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Join us virtually for an opportunity to hear from alumni who are working within professional roles focused on providing a range of mental health and psychological services.

Dr. Matthew Putts ’07 — Clinical Director/Forensic Rehabilitation Expert, Kincaid Wolstein Vocational and Rehabilitation Services. Matthew is an experienced vocational rehabilitation and rehabilitation counseling practitioner and disability policy expert. In his role, he is responsible for coordinating and providing clinical counseling/ rehabilitation counseling services, conducting vocational evaluations and assessments, providing forensic mental health evaluations, assessing rehabilitation needs, and writing expert reports including vocational reports, life care plans, and loss of household services reports.

Nancy Goldstein ’80 — Psychotherapist, Nancy R. Goldstein, LCSW-R. Nancy has worked as a psychotherapist in private practice for the past 30 plus years and received a Masters in Social Work. Her work includes treating a diverse range of individuals, of all ages, as well as extensive experience with people affected by grief and loss, abuse and trauma, anxiety and depression, addictions and binge eating disorder.

Dr. Tim Allen ’10 — Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, University of Pittsburgh. Tim is a clinical psychologist and an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh who conducts research investigating 1) the neural and cognitive mechanisms that contribute to psychopathology; and 2) the role of stress in the development of psychopathology.

Dr. Michelle West ’07 — Licensed Clinical Psychologist/ Director, Program for Early Assessment, Care, & Study, University of Colorado - Anschutz Medical Campus. Michelle is a licensed clinical psychologist and assistant professor at University of Colorado-Anschutz Medical Campus, with a focus on helping young people showing possible risk for psychosis symptoms and diagnoses. Her clinical research interests emphasize working with people with possible psychosis spectrum symptoms in clinical, research, and forensic contexts, at all stages of development of psychotic symptoms.

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