B.A. Graduate Listings

Michelle Boss (2002)
Email: mica711@hotmail.com
Michelle is graduating in December of 2006 with a Master's of Science in Counseling Psychology, with a certification in K-12 School Counseling from Chatham College in Pittsburgh, PA.

Jill DiBerardino (2002)
Email: jillyd8118@aol.com
Jill is pursuing a Master's in Counseling at the University of San Diego. She plans to pursue her Doctorate after the completion of a Master's Degree.

Gloria H. Park (2002)
Email: parkg7@gmail.com
Gloria is the Program Coordinator at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and Assistant Instructor at University of Pennsylvania. Part of the inaugural class in the Master of Applied Positive Psychology Program at the University of Pennsylvania, currently a student at Temple University completing a Ph.D. in Exercise and Sport Psychology.

Marie McGrath (1999)
Email: mmcgrath@immaculata.edu
Marie received her Ph.D. in School Psychology from Temple University in 2005.  She joined the Immaculata University faculty in 2004, and currently is an Associate Professor in the Department of Graduate Psychology.  Marie teaches in the master's and doctoral programs in clinical, counseling, and school psycholoigy.  In addition to her work at Immaculata, she is a PA licensed psychologist and certified school psychologist and maintains a small private practice in Chester County, focusing primarily on psychoeducational assessment.

Lucy Briglia (1999)
Email: June276@hotmail.com.
Lucy is currently attending St. John's University School of Law.

Stefanie (Joswick) Consolla. (1999)
Email: sconsolla@yahoo.com
Stefanie graduated with her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from George Mason in 2007.  She completed her predoctoral internship at the Miami VA Medical Center and her postdoctoral training at Sheppard Pratt Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland.  Stefanie is currently in private practice as a licensed clinical psychologist, specializing in treatment for individuals with trauma and dissociative disorders, in the Washington DC area. 

Kathryn (Nunno) Nelson, Ph.D. (1999)
Email: kn_nelson@comcast.net
Katie received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the Catholic University of America, Washington, DC. Her clinical and research interests are in suicide, particularly in outpatient management of suicide, and severe affective and anxiety disorders. Katie completed her clinical internship at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore, MD. Currently she is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, focusing mainly on the genetics of affective disorders.

Stephen St. Pierre (1997)
Email: sstpierr@lehman.com
Stephen is currently employed by Lehman Brothers Inc in New York City.

Timothy Curley (1997)
Email: tcurley@law.harvard.edu
Tim is currently enrolled in Harvard Law School.

Wendy Maraska (Tucker) (1997)
Email: wendy_maraska@merck.com
Wendy is employed by Merck & Co. as an Assistant Medical Program Coordinator

Eric Meyer (1997)
Eric is a doctoral candidate in the Psychology Department (clinical) at the State University of New York at Binghamton (SUNY Binghamton).

Adrienne Elliott (1996)
Email: akellio@attglobal.net
Adrienne graduated with an M.A. in general psych from Catholic University in 1998. She is currently working on a Ph.D. in clinical psychology at American University, and hopes to finish in 2003. Her interests include psych of women (body image, self-esteem, socialization, eating disorders), ethnic and minority issues, marriage and family therapy, health psych (esp. cigarette smoking).

John Fahey (1995)
Email: jfahey@unix.temple.edu
Joe earned his MA in counseling psychology at Boston College in 1997 and is now a third-year doctoral student in counseling psychology at Temple University. He is doing a practicum in diagnostic assessment at the Northwestern Institute in Fort Washington, and also work as a counselor in Norristown. His dissertation will focus on male gender role strain.

Patricia Rish (1993)
Email: rklemm1055@aol.com
Patti is currently employed as a Research Assistant in the Department of Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania.

Frank Angelini (1992)
Email: fjangelini@comcast.net
Frank earned his Ph.D. in 1998 from the University of Pittsburgh. His research and coursework emphasized health psychology/behavioral medicine (stress management, pain management, and clinical hypotherapy), cognitive psychology, and substance abuse treatment. Frank is currently a Drug Abuse Program Coordinator with the Federal Bureau of Prisons. He is also an Adjunct Professor with Villanova University's Counseling and Humans Relations Program.

Mark J. Sciutto (1991)
Email: sciutto@muhlenberg.edu
Web Site: http://www.muhlenberg.edu/depts/psychology/msciutto/sciutto.html
Mark is currently an Assistant Professor of Psychology, Muhlenberg College.

Trish (May) Ververs (1991)
Email:
trish.ververs@honeywell.com
Trish is a Staff Research Scientist in the Human Centered Systems Group at Honeywell Advanced Technology in Columbia, MD.  She received her Ph.D. in Engineering Psychology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1998 and received the 1999 Stanley N. Roscoe Award for the best doctoral dissertation in the area of Aerospace Human Factors.  She joined Honeywell in 1998 and has led programs in the areas of High Speed Research, Flight Critical Systems Research, Aviation Safety, Advanced Primary Flight Displays, Augmented Cognition, Neurotechnology, and Synthetic and Enhanced Vision Systems.  Trish served as the Pilot Vehicle Interface Integrated Product Team Lead for the DARPA Sandblaster Program developing technologies to support helicopter landings in brownout conditions.  She currently serves as the Technical Lead for the Honeywell Enhanced Vision Systems Program and Human Factors Lead for the Boeing SE2020 Team.

Kimberly Boller, Ph.D. (1988)
Email KBoller@mathematica-mpr.com
Website: 
http://www.mathematica-mpr.com/about_us/bios/kboller.asp
Kimberly Boller studies the effects of early childhood education, parenting programs, and policy on children and families. She conducts large-scale evaluations that inform policy and program operations at the national, state, and local levels. In 1993, she obtained her Ph.D. in developmental and cognitive psychology at Rutgers University where she studied infant memory development. In 1996, after a three-year fellowship at the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Dr. Boller joined Mathematica Policy Research in Princeton, NJ. She publishes widely and is co-editing a volume on international early childhood intervention quality and a special issue of the journal Early Childhood Research Quarterly on state early care and education Quality Rating and Improvement Systems.    

Raymond DiGiuseppe, Ph.D., ABPP (1967)
Email: digiuser@stjohns.edu
Ray received a Masters in General Experimental Psychology from the State University of New York in 1968 and a Ph.D. from Hofstra University.  He is currently Professor and Chair of the Psychology Department at St. John's University, New York and President of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies.