Abby Harrison ’07 is happy to report that she is a case manager and weekend supervisor at the Seattle Union Gospel Mission’s Women and Children’s Shelter. “It is a great place [that] helps women get back on their feet with a very wholistic approach.”
Heidi (Vieselmeyer ’95) Afusia is enjoying homeschooling her two children (see photo above) and runs iPASS tutoring (“At iPASS we develop the individual student’s highest academic potential through tutoring and test preparation.”) in Orange County, CA. Heidi has broadened her client base to include deaf and hard-of-hearing students. For additional information about tutoring services, you can contact Heidi at email@example.com.
Martha Perez ’07 is a Mental Health Specialist for Starview Communicty Services, providing home-based Functional Family Therapy (FFT)to high-risk adolescents and their families. Martha is also an Instructor with Para Los Ninos in Los Angeles. (8/31/07)
Ama Darkwa ’05 is completing her Master’s Degree in Education at University of Phoenix and will be applying to go to Officer’s School for the U.S. Navy!
James Tapia ’89 for the past five years has been teaching Human Services and Psychology as an Adjunct Professor at Cypress College in Cypress, CA.
Meredith Munro ’04 will be completing the Couple and Family Therapy M.S. program at Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA.
Alicia (Pegg ’02) O’Quinn and husband Brian are looking forward to building their house (that Brian designed) on a recently purchased lot in Central Point, Oregon. Alicia is also looking forward to working as a Behavioral Therapist for the Oregon Department of Human Services. Alicia will be using the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis as she works with a 13-year-old boy with autism.
Deanna Bommarito ’06 has completed her CAADAC certification and has been hired to be the Program Director at Essence Treatment Options in San Clemente.
Leslie Humphrey ’03 has completed the M.A. in Counseling at Webster University and is now working at Saddleback College as an Outreach Specialist.
Chris Love ’02 was awarded his Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology: Family Psychology from Azusa Pacific University on May 5, 2007. (5/21/07)