At the Center for Neuropsychology and Consciousness, Dr. Chan mentors and works with students (see below for list) on providing resources for clinicians, and quality information for the purposes of public education. This is done so through Instagram and Facebook. These platforms have garnered lots of attention (e.g. instagram >20K followers). Click on icons or linked text for access.
Center for Neuropsychology and Consciousness Externs
Ryan Karasik, B. A.: Ryan Karasik is at Pepperdine University, studying for his Master's in Psychology. He aspires to become a clinical psychologist, with the ultimate goal of relieving as much unnecessary suffering in the world as possible. He also works as a behavioral therapist for children with developmental disabilities.
Kate Williams, B.A.: is at Pepperdine University, studying for her Master’s in Clinical Psychology. She aspires to become a Clinical Psychologist, pursuing a career with primary focus in clinical work and research for psychotic disorders, Alzheimer’s, and dementia in Neuropsychology.
Jason Ouyang, B.A. is at Pepperdine University, studying for his Master's in Psychology. He hopes to help others in the future as a clinical psychologist utilizing principles in recovery models and integration. He has previously worked as a CARE program facilitator and Registered Behavior Technician and currently teaches.
Nadine Robertson, M.D.: received her medical degree from the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine. Her future residency will prepare her to become an eminent Psychiatrist.
Kayla Garrison, B.A.: is at Pepperdine University, studying for her Master's in Clinical Psychology. She completed an undergrad internship at St. John's Regional Medical Center and previously worked as a Behavioral Health Technician with kids with developmental disabilities.
Sydney Sroka, B.A.: is at Pepperdine University, studying for her Master’s in Clinical Psychology. Recently, she received the title ‘Queen Ms. Ambassador Golden World,’ and aspires to speak as an advocate for the mentally ill, and reduce the stigma in stereotypization of mental health in the mass media.