Meet a Psychology Expert – Psychology.org

The Psychology.org team is excited to introduce you to our growing team of expert contributors!

There are a number of educational paths to a psychology career. To start, we’ve chosen to partner with psychology professionals from a diversity of clinical, forensic and academic backgrounds. They have all followed different paths to working in Psychology, yet all of them have at least one thing in common: an eagerness to share experiences, insights and advice with current and aspiring psychology students.

Click the profiles below to learn more about their current positions, educational backgrounds, long term ambitions and words of wisdom on career beginnings.

Joanne Broder, Sumerson, PhD
Joanne Broder, Sumerson, Ph.D.
Educational Psychologist
Kara Zakrzekski, BSC.
Kara Zakrzekski, BSC.
M.A. Sport Psychology
Dr. Tiffany Sanders
Dr. Tiffany Sanders
School Psychologist
Jill Prolman, Phd
Jill Prolman, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Peter Seely
Dr. Peter Seely
Industrial Organizational Psychologist
Raquel Warley, Ph.D., LCSW
Raquel Warley, Ph.D., LCSW
Forensic Psychologist
Jayme Puff M.S
Jayme Puff M.S
Doctoral Candidate, Child Psychology

If you have questions or comments for any of our psychology experts, please email us at contact@support.psychology.org.

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