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Stephanie Paulk

Stephanie Paulk is a second-year doctoral student in the Counseling Psychology program at Boston College. She received her MA in Mental Health Counseling from Boston College and her MA in Applied Sport Psychology at John F. Kennedy University.  In her graduate study, she had the opportunity to work as an advocate at the Jeremiah Burke High School through the ISPRC.  In addition, she supported the adaptation of a health and wellness curriculum for inner-city students and conducted evaluation research for City Connects, a school-based intervention that connects students with a tailored set of services.  She is a graduate affiliate of the American Psychological Association, Division 17 (Counseling Psychology).

Stephanie joined the ISPRC team in the fall of 2013.  Her current research interests include White identity development, class identity development, and multicultural competency of counselors.

Stephanie’s counseling experiences includes individual and group psychotherapy with students in the Watertown school district.  Additionally, she has worked from a sport psychology frame with juvenile offenders, expelled students, synchronized swimmers and jiu jistu fighters.

In her spare time, Stephanie currently enjoys yoga, walking, surfing, coffee shops, and comedy podcasts.

Stephanie Paulk