Maggie completed her undergraduate education at Texas Tech University where she earned her B.A. in Psychology (2014). Following graduation she continued her education and is currently pursuing her PhD in Counseling Psychology within Texas Tech University's Department of Psychological Sciences. During her doctoral training she earned her M.A. in Counseling Psychology (2017). She is expecting to graduate with her PhD in August 2020.
Maggie has worked as a practicum student at a variety of settings including Texas Tech's Student Counseling Center, hospital settings, community health settings, Texas Tech's Student Health Services, and private practice settings. Maggie is excited to have matched at CU CAPS for her doctoral internship year.
Maggie believes working toward a college degree can be one of the most exciting and also trying times young adults face. She thoroughly enjoys working with students who are in the midst of this chapter of their lives, and believes that helping students explore their identities, their values, personal goals, and interests, can help equip them with the skills needed to reach their educational and personal goals. Maggie is drawn to the vast variety of concerns students face and strongly believes that providing students support at their university setting can help students be who they want to be and get where they want to go within and beyond their educational years.
The place I'd most like to do
Cage diving with sharks off the coast of Australia.
Areas of interest
Ddepression, anxiety, mindfulness, body image and eating disorders, identity development, stress management/wellness, and working with high-performing individuals and perfectionism.