‘Q Me In,’ Episode Five: Dr. Quigley Interviews PsyD Program Faculty, Student and Community Partner Representatives
The fifth episode of “Q Me In,” a radio show hosted by Medaille College Vice President for Academic Affairs Lori V. Quigley, Ph.D., is now available to download. In this episode, Dr. Quigley interviews a doctoral program in clinical psychology (PsyD) faculty member, Clinical Associate Professor of Psychology David Castro-Blanco, Ph.D., as well as fifth-year PsyD student Melissa Young. Dr. Quigley also speaks with community partner Dr. Bill Reynolds, the training director for the Buffalo Psychiatric Center, which is one of the main sites where PsyD students complete their practicum clinical hours.
Medaille’s PsyD program was April’s Program of the Month (POTM), and a highlight video from POTM coverage can be viewed on the College’s YouTube channel.
“Q Me In” is produced by Medaille communication student Stephanie Zawadski. Watch for more episodes soon, airing on Medaille’s student-run radio station WMCB, and listen to past episodes in the “Q Me In” archives.
‘Q Me In,’ Episode Five: Dr. Quigley Interviews PsyD Program Faculty, Student and Community Partner RepresentativesVP for Academic Affairs Dr. Lori V. Quigley interviews doctoral program in clinical psychology (PsyD) Clinical Associate Professor Dr. David Castro-Blanco, fifth-year PsyD student Melissa Young and community partner Dr. Bill Reynolds.
Dr. Keith Klostermann, an assistant professor in the marriage and family therapy program, recently had two research-based articles published in JSM Addiction Medicine and Therapy journal.
Dr. Joshi discusses Medaille’s PsyD program and the rewarding nature of teaching, and she offers her professional opinion on the best way to cope with stress and achieve a work/life balance.
PsyD student Alaina L. Wilson shares her journey, discusses her experiences in the PsyD program, and articulates what she has learned about the best way to cope with stress and achieve a work/life balance.
Dr. Adams describes how the PsyD program impacted her personally and professionally, and she shares her professional advice on the best ways to cope with stress and achieve a work/life balance.
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