Dr. Allison Clark attended Valparaiso University for a BS in psychology and the University of Tennessee for a PhD in Counseling Psychology. She is now a military psychologist stationed at US Naval Hospital Guam, specializing in the treatment of combat stress.
Dr. Katie M. Ragan earned her PhD from the Florida State University in Counseling Psychology and School Psychology. She completed her internship with the United States Air Force at Wilford Hall Medical Center in 2007. She has been licensed in good standing with the Washington State Department of Health since August 2010. She completed a fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychology at Stanford University in 2015. She reports that she has enjoyed serving as a psychologist in the USAF because of the very unique experiences and leadership challenges only the military medical service can provide.
Dr. Jeff Stone reports that he has had the privilege of being in a community private practice as a psychologist for about 25 years. Through various circumstances he was drawn into the academic arena, teaching first as an adjunct instructor, and subsequently directing a master’s program in Counseling Psychology. This evolved into his current position as chair of a department of psychology at a local university. This career path never occurred to him in his earlier years, but he has found it to be challenging and gratifying. He reports that he has the best of both professional worlds, since he is still able to keep a reduced, but viable private practice.Tags: APBB Board Certification