NHPA welcomes students to become informed and active within the dynamic field of psychology. The Student Organization’s mission includes making the field of psychology more accessible to students, supporting psychology students and their involvement at all levels of education, and encouraging and representing a diverse membership. NHPA is dedicated to supporting students in their development as practitioners, leaders, and advocates for the field of psychology. Questions? Interested in getting involved? Email: Nhpsychologyso@gmail.com

LEADERSHIP

 Christina Marino

 Position: NHPASO Board President

 Years on board: First

 In NH we are currently living in a fragile state for our  mental health community. I  recently joined the  NHPA because I believe they are at the forefront of helping to educate and  lead our state towards  effective change and compassionate, competent, accessible care  for  clients. I believe regardless of  our title, role, and current position, we all as health care  professionals have a call to action. Each one  of us has a responsibility to use our voice to protect those  who have lost theirs. My goal as an aspiring psychologist is to use my skills to better the lives of others and to serve the community. I can think of no better way to continue to grow in this manner both professionally and personally than to dedicate myself to the NHPA  community.

School: Rivier University

Program: Psy. D. in Counseling and School Psychology, Cohort 2018

Practice Location:

Professional Interest Areas: ethics of practice, industrial psychology, neuropsychology, individual therapy, testing and assessment, and forensic psychology

Contact Information: cmarino@rivier.edu

 Kaitlyn Clay

  Position: NHPASO Vice President

  Years on board: First

  As a current doctoral student at Rivier University, I chose to become  a member of the NHPA           because I believe it is incredibly important to be active in the field not only as a student but also as  a volunteer. It is exciting to be able to network with and learn from the experienced professionals of the NHPA and I hope to “grow up” to become a competent and ethical professional with their guidance and support. It is important to me to be an advocate for positive change in order to further benefit the people we support. Serving as Vice-President on the Student Organization board allows me to be involved in many different ways with talented and dedicated people from all walks of life. It is truly a privilege to be involved in the NHPA and I look forward to welcoming new members of the NHPA Student Organization as warmly as I was welcomed. I am eager to work with my peers to help the Student Organization thrive!

School: Rivier University

Program: Psy. D. in Counseling and School Psychology, Cohort 2018

Practice location:

Professional Interest Areas: Individual Therapy for Adults, Trauma, Testing and Assessment, Forensic Population, Military and First Responder Population, Ethics of Practice

Committee work: Member of NHPA Awards and Nominations Committee

Contact Information: kclay@rivier.edu

 Erica Lemoyne, MS, LCMHC

 Position: NHPASO Student Liaison

 Serving as a member of the board allows me to be a voice for  all early student    learners in the  field. I chose to become part of  NHPA, as a current doctoral student at Rivier  University. I believe  advocacy is valuable to enhance future students in the field.  Networking  and collaborating with a  roundtable of experienced and  professional minds allows me to keep  early students informed  about  state and related learning opportunities in the growing field while  supporting specific student needs. I believe actively participating, engaging and understanding  everyone’s unique culture will bring a voice to enhance future change. It is an honor and privilege to be a part of NHPA and be a voice for future learners.

Years on board: 2

School: Rivier University

Program: Psy.D. in Counseling and School Psychology, Cohort 2015

Practice location: Private Practice, Nashua, New Hampshire

Professional Interest Areas: Individual therapy; Child/adolescent and families ranging from anxiety, ADHD, depression, executive functioning, self-esteem, and interpersonal relationships.

Committee work: Behavioral Healthcare Advocacy Committee

Contact information: Eplacen99@yahoo.com


ABOUT US

The New Hampshire Psychological Association is a 501c6 non profit organization.  Our mission is to  advance the field of psychology as a science, as a profession, and as a means of promoting human welfare.


CONTACT

NHPA PO Box 1492 Dover, NH 03821
Phone: 603-415-0451 
Email: office@nhpsychology.org


Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software