Psychology Mentors

Cayce Farina, M.S.

Contact: Please contact the Honors Program for an email address
Title: Therapist, Eagleville Hospital

Areas of Expertise/Interest: Counseling, Motivational Interviewing, Pastoral Counseling

After graduating from Villanova in 2010 with a B.A. in English, Cayce worked for the Honors Program as their Program Assistant while she pursued her Master's Degree at Villanova in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Cayce graduated with her M.S. in 2015 and now works for Eagleville Hospital as a therapist for populations with co-occuring mental illness and substance use disorders. She is happy to speak with undergraduates interested in the counseling field or with questions about applying to graduate school.

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Alicia Janik, Psy.D.

Title: Psychology Resident (post-doctoral resident in clinical psychology); Prince William Family Counseling

I graduated in 2004 with a B.A. in Psychology and French from Villanova University.  While at Villanova I studied abroad for a semester in Aix-en-Provence, France through American University.  I completed my doctorate in clinical psychology (Psy.D.) and M.Ed. in Human Sexuality at Widener University in 2012 and I currently work as a clinical psychologist in Virginia.  I provide therapy and assessment services to a wide demographic including children, adolescents, adults, families and couples.  I would love to provide information to students interested in pursuing graduate work in psychology or the human service professions and share my experiences.  

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Kristin Salber, M.S.

Title: Clinical Psychology Doctoral Candidate, Drexel University

I'm originally from Brooklyn, NY, and graduated from Villanova in 2006.  I'm an alum of Interdisc, and was a dual honors and psychology major.

I'm currently working towards my Ph.D. in clinical psychology, with a concentration in health psychology.  I would be more than happy to talk with students who are considering any type of career in psychology - especially if they'd like advice on navigating the grad school application process! 

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