College of Health Professions students in the schools of audiology, dental hygiene, healthcare administration and leadership, occupational therapy, physician assistant studies and professional psychology celebrated graduation with family and friends on Saturday, Aug. 13.
Brad Evans MS ’02, PsyD ’05 established his own psychological practice to serve active duty military, veterans, and their families. Evans, who has served in the Air Force, Army, and Army Reserves, answers questions about his drive to support fellow veterans.
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Mindfulness Reduces Stress and Anger in Police describes the recent work of professors Michael Christopher and Sarah Bowen, and graduate student Aaron Bergman.
An NIH-funded collaborative led in part by the School of Professional Psychology and Hillsboro Police provides officers throughout the region with training to improve their resiliency to job-related stress.
Graduates include future audiologists, dental hygienists, occupational therapists, physician assistants, psychologists and healthcare administrators.
Halley Farwood, a third-year student within the university’s School of Professional Psychology, is hoping to secure necessary funding of $4,500 through crowdfunding site Kickstarter to launch Happymart.
Ruth Zuniga brings life experience to School of Professional Psychology's Latino/bilingual track.
Pacific University associate professor Robin Shallcross, PhD, ABPP, has received a Fulbright Specialist Award in conjunction with the Center for International Exchange of Scholars.