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Featured Alumni John P. His doctoral work was completed at the University of Hartford where he earned a M. Doctorate in Psychology in Clinical Psychology. Sullivan has worked as a mental health professional for eleven years and provided professional services to a variety of populations including geriatrics, adults, adolescents, and children.
He has provided clinical care to diverse populations in a variety of settings inpatient, partial hospital, community mental health, college counseling centers, and private practice.
His program is one of only twenty comprehensive programs in the nation that attends to the psychological, developmental, and performance issues of student-athletes. He works collaboratively with student-athletes, faculty, staff, athletic administrators, sport medicine personnel, and coaches to provide these services.
In only its fourth year the program has grown with increasing utilization and prominence in the state and New England region. Within the first year of the programs existence Dr. Sullivan received an inquiry for services from beyond the University and landed a contract with a major professional sports organization.
Additionally, he has worked with other life performers including those in medicine, business, higher education, and the performing arts.
Not only has he worked with individuals but he also works with organizations and systems on issues related to performance and mental health issues e. He is currently working on a series of books related to performance enhancement and educational videos on drug use in sport.
The videos are a collaborative effort with HRM video http: He will actively take part in production, being an on-screen expert, and writing the education curriculum. He remains active in presenting at professional conferences and recently was invited to speak at the combined Rhode Island and Massachusetts Athletic Trainers Conference, where he presented on two topics: Athletic Trainers are Performers!
Belavich graduated from Niagara University summa cum laude with a double major in psychology and French in During his time at Bowling Green he completed a Master's thesis and dissertation on the role of religion in coping with life stressors.
His clinical interests were in the area of behavioral medicine and geropsychology. Luke's Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois. During his fellowship he also served at a research consultant on a 5 year federally funded NIH grant at Cook County Hospital.
Upon completion of his fellowship Dr. Belavich accepted a position with Rehabilitation Associates of the Midwest which provided psychological assessment and services to patients hospitalized in acute and subacute hospital facilities sponsored by the Sisters of the Resurrection, Chicago's largest Catholic Healthcare Network.
San Quentin is California's oldest state prison and currently houses approximately inmates, including condemned prisoners. His position entailed assessment of inmates newly arrived into the prison as well as brief therapy and crisis intervention. In December he was appointed to the position of Senior Psychologist Supervisor at San Quentin, a position he holds today.
At the time of his appointment he was the youngest Senior Psychologist in the California Department of Corrections. He is also responsible for San Quentin's new computer tracking system which connects the prison to California's other 32 prisons.
This system tracks the mental health histories and care of theindividuals currently under the jurisdiction of the California Department of Corrections.
Cynthia Stappenbeck Cynthia Stappenbeck, M. Cindy spent two years as a lab assistant in Dr. Osberg's clinical psychology lab and a year in Dr. Burt Thompson's cognitive psychology lab before graduating in She completed her masters degree in psychology at the University at Buffalo in and then continued her work at the Research Institute Institute on Addictions in Buffalo.
During her time at Niagara, UB and the RIA, Cindy accumulated extensive research experience which culminated in numerous convention presentations and several publications. In the fall ofCindy applied to several Ph. She raised her GRE scores to an impressive level, and coupled with her research experience, became a widely sought candidate.
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