UGA Psychology Clinic Awarded Grant from the UGA Parents Leadership Council to Support Low-Income Students

The Psychology Clinic has been awarded a grant from the UGA Parents Leadership Council to off-set the cost of providing psychotherapy to low income UGA undergraduate students. The grant will also fund an assistantship for a graduate student therapist who will specialize in providing therapy to UGA undergraduate students. The funds will allow the Psychology Clinic to better serve students, especially low-income students, and reduce wait-times for all individuals seeking therapy services.

Dr. Ronald Blount Awarded Michael C. Roberts Award for Outstanding Mentoring in Pediatric Psychology

The UGA Psychology Deparment would like to recognize and congratulate Dr. Ronald Blount, who was recently awarded the Michael C. Roberts Award for Outstanding Mentoring in Pediatric Psychology by the Society of Pediatric Psychology (SPP). This award honors faculty in pediatric psychology who mentor students in an exemplary way, providing professional advice and guidance through various training phases. In 2017 the award was renamed the Michael C.

Congratulations to the Fall 2017 Graduates!

Congratulations to all of the students who graduated last week!

Below is a photo with BBS faculty and their newly minted PhDs (right to left: Dr. Thitapa Shinaprayoon, Dr. Amanda Rodrigue, Dr. Sarah Saint Hamilton, Dr. Julie Delose).  In addition, Dr. Saint Hamilton and Dr. Shinaprayoon, and Mary Selden from BBS were recognized with outstanding teaching awards.

Great work, everyone!

Research by Bridget Lynch and Dr. Michelle vanDellen Featured on the Research Spotlight Page by the UGA Graduate School

Congratulations to Bridget Lynch, a psychology doctoral candidate under the direction of Dr. Michelle vanDellen, for having her research featured on the UGA main website. Her research focuses on how people can feel good about themselves. Click here to read the full article that was featured on the UGA Graduate School Research Spotlight page. Keep up the great work, Bridget and Michelle!