Joe Salter is a school-based counselor in the Pensacola area, having obtained his job just prior to his graduation in 2007. He is also a world-class joggler, and made national news shows for continuously juggling as he completed all phases of a triathlon.
|Susan Herschen now resides in the San Diego area and is pursuing licensure in California as a marriage and family therapist.|
|April Glenn went on to complete her doctoral degree in education at UWF, and is also a Licensed Mental Health Counselor working at the Counseling and Wellness Center on the UWF campus. Formerly, she was a program manager and counselor for the Community Drug and Alcohol Councilâ€™s (CDAC) Beta II Program.|
|Mica Harrell is Director of UWF's Health Promotion Services in Counseling and Wellness Center. She spearheads education and outreach on alcohol awareness, sexual health, and sexual assault prevention among other initiatives.|
|Don Harrison completed the program in December, 2006. He is currently working at Twelve Oaks Rehabilitation Center and is licensed in Florida as a mental health counselor.|
|Melissa Rounds works at Project HELP, in Naples, FL. She is counseling victims of sexual assault, in addition to people who have suddenly lost a loved one, either to accidents or crime. She indicates that â€œit will be tough, but very rewarding. I am very excited about it.|
|Jim Trent has worked extensively with juvenile diversion programs, and is now a private practitioner in Pensacola.|
Sharon Deloatche is an outpatient therapist in Milton, and works for Lakeview.
|Brittany Bjorklund, Project Director of Associate Engagement Survey at Ascension Health|
|Maren Dollwet, Doctoral Student, Claremont University|
|Liza Kittinger, Training and Curriculm Development Specialist at AppRiver|
|Jasmine Khosravi, Doctoral Student, Bowling Green State University|
|Deborah Rupp, Associate Professor, Psychology, at Purdue University.|
|Jennifer Tucker, Senior Research Psychologist/Team Leader, U.S. Army Research Institute|
|John Watt, Associate Professor, Department of Management, Texas A&M University|
|Craig Wallace, Associate Professor, Spears School of Business at Oklahoma State University.|