Nicole Litvitskiy works as a research assistant at the Medical University of South Carolina studying tele-mental health services for children and adults who have experienced a traumatic event. She graduated from Haverford College in 20202 with a B.S. in Psychology and a minor in Educational Studies. She previously worked as a Clinical Summer Intern at the Child Mind Institute in New York City, gaining experience in the assessment, evaluation, and treatment of psychological disorders. Additionally, Nicole has worked as a student consultant through Haverford and Bryn Mawr's Teaching and Learning Institute, supporting the revision of faculty partners’ pedagogy, and co-facilitated groups of student partners through summer and accessibility-focused versions of the program. Passionate about mental health and education, Nicole was a Co-Head of HaverMinds—a club on campus focused on discussing various mental health topics—and worked as a Peer Health Advocate in an effort to support the well-being of students on campus. Nicole plans to pursue a graduate degree in Clinical Psychology, focusing on children and adolescent mental health, particularly in school settings.
High school: Stuyvesant High School
Haverford CollegeHaverford, PA
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