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Adrianne McCullars
E-mail: acm1004@jagmail.southalabama.edu

Adrianne graduated from the University of Alabama at Birmingham with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. Currently, Adrianne is a 4th year doctoral student in the Clinical and Counseling Psychology program at the University of South Alabama, where she received her Master’s degree in Applied Psychology in 2012. Adrianne’s research interests focus on research related to resiliency (e.g. child, adolescent, adolescent, and family) in the face of environmental disasters (e.g. Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill).



Candice Selwyn
E-mail: cns501@jagmail.southalabama.edu

Candice is a 4th year doctoral student in the Clinical and Counseling Psychology program at the University of South Alabama, where she received her Master's degree in Applied Psychology in 2012. Her interests primarily focus on identifying psychological and interpersonal mechanisms through which individuals become at risk for death by suicide. Currently, Candice is working towards implementing suicide prevention training programs within local community agencies in order to facilitate increased mental health capacity in primary health care settings.



Keri Johns
E-mail: knjohns@franklinprimary.org

Keri earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Tennessee in 2008 and graduated from the University of Colorado Denver with a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology in 2012. Currently, Keri is a 4th year doctoral student in the Clinical and Counseling Program at the University of South Alabama. Keri’s research interests and clinical interests include health psychology and mental health integration, mindfulness and acceptance based therapies, and interpersonal relationships.



Selena Jackson
E-mail: srj801@jagmail.southalabama.edu

Selena is currently a 2nd year doctoral student in the Clinical and Counseling Psychology program at the University of South Alabama, where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 2009. Currently, her interests involve risk and resilience to trauma within family units as well as mental health integration in primary care settings.



Caitlin Anderson
E-mail: cea1422@jagmail.southalabama.edu

Caitlin earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Wake Forest University in 2012 and then spent two years working for the Wake Forest School of Medicine. She is currently a 1st year doctoral student in the Clinical and Counseling Psychology Program at the University of South Alabama. Caitlin's interests include health psychology, the integration of mental health care into primary care settings, and addressing socioeconomic disparities in access to mental health services.