Mary Sedrak graduated from the University of Delaware in 2012 with bachelor's degrees in Psychology and Spanish. She worked as an elementary school teacher for several years, and it was in that role that she discovered her love for working one-on-one with others, especially with children, on their mental and emotional health and well-being. Mary decided to continue her education and pursue her doctoral degree in a field that would afford her the opportunity to do just that. As a doctoral candidate, Mary has gained hands-on experience serving patients in the Loyola Clinical Centers, and she appreciates the learning opportunities provided by the LCC. Her research and clinical interests lie in working with under-served populations.
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Getting to pursue this degree and these training opportunities alongside such supportive and encouraging colleagues has been invaluable.
A doctoral student in Clinical Psychology, Mary says she was drawn to Loyola's program for its excellent reputation and the fact that she could gain immediate experience in clinical work
The president of Loyola's Student Government Association is impassioned about serving her fellow students
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