IPS graduates are in demand and making a difference, successfully working in private practice, hospitals, community clinics, seminaries, campus ministries, outreach services, and academia.
“It was during my year-long internship at Youth & Family Services, a busy urban agency in College Park, MD, that I discovered my great joy was working with children and their families.”
Sr. Bernadette reflects on her IPS training and education and how they impact her work today as a campus minister at the University of Notre Dame, Australia.
I was drawn to IPS’ academic model which seeks to understand the human person through a psychological, philosophical, and theological perspective. Because their approach focused on fundamental principles of human nature, I felt that an IPS education could provide me with both a rich understanding human person in the context of clinical psychology.
A 2012 graduate, Dr. Bottaro is founding a private practice under the supervision of Dr. Philip Mango while also working with him at the St. Michael’s Institute for the Psychological Sciences.
Recent alumna Anne Knabel, M.S. (Class of 2012), works with young victims of domestic sex trafficking in Washington, DC.