Would you like to understand people better? Promote wholeness & healing?
Spend a week learning about psychology and the breadth of vocational paths that it offers. Expect to
learn a lot more about yourself and the people around you as you participate in a variety of activities.
- Explore the breadth of careers available to someone who
- Develop some techniques for becoming a natural helper
- Discover how play can be used to help people in counseling.
- Experience the use of psychological measures to answer and decipher some of life’s most asked
questions about human behavior.
- Develop an understanding of behavioral and emotional disorders
- Take a glimpse into the psychology of sleep and learn about one of the most powerful ways to enhance performance that doesn’t cost a thing!
- Learn about experiments that shocked the world!
Meet Your Professors
Jennifer Aube earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at McGill University and has years of experience as a psychologist working with adults who are experiencing a variety of challenges. Her areas of expertise include the assessment and treatment of depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress. She is currently the Director of the Psy.D. Program in Clinical/School Psychology at Roberts Wesleyan College.
Beth Claes earned her Psy.D. in School Psychology at Alfred University and has several years of experience doing clinical work with children, adolescents, and young adults in private practice. She has used play therapy to treat individuals with anxiety, depression, and other emotional/behavioral disorders. She is passionate about the importance of play, and currently teaches the graduate level play therapy course at Roberts Wesleyan College.
Julie Grimm earned her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology at Iowa State University and has spent over 25 years assisting college students with career and vocational choices. She has taught a number of undergraduate and graduate counseling courses, and now serves as Dean of the School of Natural & Social Sciences at Roberts Wesleyan College.
Steve Pulos earned his Psy.D. in School Psychology at Alfred University. He is an assistant professor in graduate psychology with an interest in neuropsychology and mindfulness. A Cross Country and Track coach for 25 years, he has been a guest speaker at the Elite Distance Running Camp held at the Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid.
Cheryl Repass earned her Psy.D. in School Psychology at Alfred University and has years of experience doing clinical work in the schools with child and adolescent populations. Her area of practice expertise is in the diagnosis and treatment of children and adolescents with specific learning, social/emotional, behavioral, and intellectual disabilities. She also continues to provide consultation to families and school systems in navigating the mental health needs of youth throughout the local community.