Serra Ann Boland

“I in them and you in me, that they may be brought to perfection as one, that the world may know that you sent me, and that you loved them even as you loved me…” -John 17:21

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Marie Claire Roderick, M.S.

Pursuing a career in clinical psychology was never in my plan. Throughout my youth, I was highly involved in a number of activities. I was a competitive athlete and dancer, took lessons in piano and art, and did outdoor adventure sports. Although I loved the arts and sports, I was uncertain about developing a career in either field. When applying to college and selecting a major, I was undecided.

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Josh Kalman, M.S.

After taking numerous courses in psychology that treated religion and truth as something that is purely a personal experience, I began to see where the secular schools are lacking. I decided that I wanted to go to a school where religion is not taboo, and where the students and faculty are focused on the whole person.

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Conrad Burbank

Psy.D. student Conrad Burbank draws on his experience as a student-athlete in undergrad to manage the rigors of IPS.

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Gabriel Somarriba, M.S.

The son of immigrant parents, doctoral student Gabriel Somarriba, M.S., welcomes the opportunity to use his training at the service of the Church.

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Fr. Joseph Tatro, M.S.

My priestly work made it clear to me that there is an urgent need to combine the spiritual and psychological in order to truly serve in our wounded culture.

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