Students in Dr. Price’s Counseling Skills class participated in a service learning project this spring. In small groups, they facilitated life skills groups for residents at Elizabeth Place, a transitional home for single women and women with children. Elizabeth Place is part of Scott County Hospitality House, an organization whose mission is to provide […]
Congratulations to all our graduating seniors! We are so proud of you and hope you will keep in touch with us!
Congratulations to the Georgetown College students who presented their research at the Kentucky Psychological Association’s Spring Academic Conference. Their work was very well received by the numerous judges from colleges and universities across the state.
Congratulations to the GC Psych Bowl team on their successes at the Kentucky Psychological Association’s Spring Academic Conference held at Asbury University on March 29, 2014. The team won their first two matches to make it into the final four!
Dr. McKenzie’s Relationships students send a big thank you to Megan Redditt for her recent guest lecture. Trained in couples counseling techniques and strategies, Megan explained research related to millenials’ attitudes and statistics regarding relationships, recurring issues couples struggle with, expectations clients bring to counseling, and counseling’s benefits. She is pictured here with Faith Waters, […]
Psychology majors Aimee Davis and Faith Waters represented the Psychology Department at the Georgetown College Future Tiger Friday event on February 14th. We are always excited to see prospective students on campus, and we welcome you to sit in on our classes to try out the true Georgetown experience!
As a service learning project, students in Dr. Price’s Psychology of Trauma class hosted a “launch party” for Green Dot violence prevention on campus after completing the program’s bystander intervention training. You can learn more about Green Dot by going to www.livethegreendot.com or by contacting Dr. Price.
Current student Alexa Moraites brought her sister and her niece, Lily, and Dr. Bell’s friend Myra brought her son Sam (and nanny Rebecca) to PSY 340 class. What a great learning experience for the students!
During November 2013, the Psychology and the Law class heard from Louisville attorneys Kathleen Snyder and Jason Snyder (pictured with students Morgan Fralick, Elizabeth Feldpausch, Katie Jones, Lynsey Jordan, and Virginia Hurst), who discussed the prosecution of child sexual and neglect cases, other criminal cases, the motivations, education, and training of law school students, and jury selection.
Yolonda, a GC alum, and Caitlyn, a student from UK, presented the Sharing Hope program from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI-Lexington) to GC Abnormal Psychology classes. The students learned so much about how to fight the stigma of mental illness.
Psychology professors, current students and alumni handle registration for the 2013 Down Syndrome of Central Kentucky’s Walk for Down Syndrome in Lexington.
Samantha Lickliter recently spent time with Dr. McKenzie’s Psychology and the Law class. She educated students about two different careers she has enjoyed since graduating from GC in 2006. For several years she served the central Kentucky area as a probation and parole officer, a career path several of our students are interested in […]
Much gratitude to Officer Joey Valdez, GC 2011, for spending time with Dr. McKenzie’s Psychology and the Law class in September. Officer Valdez provided a multi-media presentation regarding the breadth of responsibilities involved in officers’ careers. He covered topics such as intoxication states, threat levels, and vehicle pursuits. The most dramatic and memorable moment […]