MS (2017), Nova Southeastern University
Christina Kamien graduated in 2011 from Mercyhurst University in Erie, Pennsylvania with a B.A. in Psychology, a minor in Criminal Justice, and a focus in Applied Behavioral Analysis.
She has achieved a M.S. in school psychology and is in her final year of a Psy.D. program in school psychology at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Her research interests include autism and secondary transition planning for students with disabilities. She enjoys reading, watching movies, cooking and exploring new places.
Christina is a Doctoral Intern through the Tennessee Internship Consortium in Psychology, an APA Accredited Internship program with a school psychology focus. In addition to her time in the clinic, Christina also provides services at Newport Grammar School.
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