Kevin Simonson completed his internship at the University of Washington Counseling Center in Seattle WA 2011-2012 and then secured a staff psychologist position at Frostburg State University in western MD. On 3/31/13 he obtained his license to practice in the state of MD after passing the EPPP and the state jurisprudence exam. Kevin continues to work full time for FSU providing individual counseling, group therapy (Men’s Group, Emotional Wellness), supervision for a doctoral level intern, LD/ADHD testing, and has recently implemented Safe Zone on campus to support LGBTQ students. On a part time basis, Kevin provides individual counseling for Villa Maria, a Catholic Charities organization. Because of the great need for assessment in western MD, he also conducts LD/ADHD testing for Appalachian Behavioral Health Center. He also teaches General Psychology one night a week at FSU. Kevin is also active in the Maryland Psychological Association as a member for the Early Career Psychologist Committee.
Alexandra Herren completed her internship at East Tennessee/Southwest Virginia Predoctoral Psychology Internship Consortium and was placed at New River Valley Community Services Board, Blacksburg, Virginia. She accepted a position with Catawba Hospital near Salem, Virginia.
Joshua Bradley completed his internship at Grand Valley State University Counseling and Career Development Center in Allendale, Michigan. Following internship he started working for Stone Mountain Health Services, and his home office is located in St. Paul, Virginia. He provides integrated care services. In August of 2013 he took on coordination duties for the Radford University/East Tennessee State University Internship Consortium. Joshua coordinates the weekly didactic trainings and is the clinical supervisor for group supervision.
Zetta Nicely completed her internship at Cook Counseling Center. She is currently a licensed psychologist at Southwest Virginia Mental Health Institute in Marion, Virginia.
Paige Cordial completed her internship at Radford University's Student Counseling Services and with Radford's Center for Assessment and Psychological Services. She accepted a position with Stone Mountain Health Services as an assessment psychologist on their behavioral health care team in far southwestern Virginia. She provides affordable services previously inaccessible for people in this region especially for low-income residents.
Alysia Hoover-Thompson is a 2013 graduate of the RU Psy.D. program. She completed her internship at the East Tennessee/Southwest Virginia Predoctoral Psychology Internship Consortium and was placed at Stone Mountain Health Services in Lee County Virginia. The focus of this internship site was rural, integrated behavioral healthcare in a primary care setting. Upon completing her internship, she accepted a position with Stone Mountain Health Services in Haysi, VA. In addition, she serves as Adjunct Faculty for the Radford University Master’s in Counselor Education program and teaches in Abingdon, VA for their Southwest VA cohort.