Las Vegas founder and executive director of Nevada Homes for Youth, Ron Moore, uses his experience and education to help teens overcome substance abuse.
“I may not use my degree in the traditional sense, but I honestly don’t think I would be successful in my business had I not gone to college and studied psychology.”
Patti Wise, managing attorney for Edward M. Bernstein and Associates, relies on her degree in psychology to work with her clients and legal issues.
While business owner Brandi Doss has transitioned into several careers, her degree in psychology has assisted her in her success in Las Vegas.
Antioco Carrillo, Executive Director of Aid For AIDS of Nevada, navigates a very difficult job of working with clients, families, medical professionals and the community.
Marcus Lam, director of admissions and recruitment for The International School of Hospitality, uses his degree in psychology to help clients and students navigate school and the growing industry.
Danielle T. Bello, Ph.D., recently joined Cure 4 The Kids Foundation providing clinical psychology/neuropsychology services to patients of The Children’s Specialty Center of Nevada and The Hemophilia Treatment Center of Nevada.
Researchers say they looked at 97 healthy 10- to 14-year-old girls with either a maternal history of depression or no history of the disorder.
According to a new study, suicides are more likely to happen after midnight.
With a varied career including radio announcer and singer, Layne Russie switched fields and for the past five-years has worked as a family services specialist.