INTERN TEAM

Linda, Director of Spanish Language Services, Master's Intern

I am originally from Mexico, and  I have lived in East Texas for the past fourteen years. I am mother of three wonderful children. I have always been passionate about working to help others, and this has allowed me to collaborate in several social projects. I graduated from The University of Texas at Tyler with my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. I am now pursuing my Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Neuropsychology. My areas of interest include teens and adults who struggle with behavior and emotional problems, including anger management, anxiety, depression, trauma, and minority psychology.   

Sasshey, Master's Intern

I am originally from El Paso. I have a wonderful son (age 3) and fiancé. I am currently a graduate student at the University of Texas at Tyler, pursuing my master’s degree in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Neuropsychology and on the LPC track. Post-graduation I plan on pursuing licensure as a Licensed Psychological Associate and hope to serve underserved populations, such as the Hispanic community. The areas that interest me include neuropsychological/memory tests, autism spectrum disorder, and trauma. Prior to joining the practice, I was a graduate teaching assistant for cognitive and physiological psychology classes at the university and a contracted translator for a children's therapy company. Much of my free time is spent with family and friends.   

Franklin, Undergraduate Intern

I am currently enrolled at UT Tyler as an undergrad, and I'm majoring in Psychology. My end goal is become a Neuropsychologist.

Nguyen, Master's Intern

I am originally from Vietnam. I am currently a graduate student in the Clinical Psychology program at the University of Texas at Tyler. I am planning on pursuing licensure as a Licensed Psychological Associate and serving the under-represented population. My areas of interest include adults who struggle with anxiety, depression, eating disorders, and trauma.”

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