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Clinical Psychologist

Location:
Charleston, South Carolina, United States
Posted:
April 27, 2018

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Audra L. Wagaman, PsyD

**** ******* ***** *****, ***. 415

Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464

Phone: 336-***-****

Email: ac49t7@r.postjobfree.com

License #1481

EDUCATION

****-**** ****** ** **********, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Concentration: Clinical Psychology

Dissertation: Reducing the Impact of Negative Media Messages on College Students’ Body Satisfaction: Examining the Effectiveness of a Warning Message

Internship: Clinical Health Psychology, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center (2015-2016)

2011-2013 Master of Arts, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Concentration: Clinical Psychology

2009-2011 Master of Arts, Western Carolina University

Concentration: Clinical Psychology

2005-2009 Bachelor of Arts, Elon University

Major: Psychology Minor: Sociology

CLINICAL POSITIONS

2017-Present Psychologist/Behavioral Health Consultant

Fetter Health Care Network, Charleston, SC

Federally Qualified Health Center

Work within the Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) model as a Behavioral Health Consultant to primary care providers

Conduct brief functional and strength-based assessments and provide targeted interventions to improve the health and functioning of culturally diverse patients across the lifespan

Work collaboratively with multidisciplinary team members to treat patients from a biopsychosocial perspective

Provide individual, group, and family treatment utilizing a variety of modalities (e.g., CBT, MI, ACT, psychoeducation) to address mental/behavioral health problems, physical health problems, medication non-adherence, AODA, and health behavior/lifestyle modification

Facilitate patient referrals to psychiatry

Provide crisis intervention (in person and via telephone to patients calling clinic) as needed

Provide curbside consults to primary care providers, nurses, and other care team members

Coordinate care with schools and other agencies in the community and advocate for patients to receive appropriate support and care

Document all patient-related interactions using ECW (electronic medical health record)

2016-2017 Behavioral Health Consultant Post-Doctoral Fellow

Access Community Health Centers, Madison, WI

Federally Qualified Health Center

Director of Training: Meghan Fondow, PhD

Work within the Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) model as a Behavioral Health Consultant to primary care providers in two clinics

Provide education and mentoring regarding behavioral health concerns to medical residents

Conduct brief functional and strength-based assessments and provide targeted interventions to improve the health and functioning of culturally diverse patients across the lifespan

Work collaboratively with multidisciplinary team members to treat patients from a biopsychosocial perspective

Provide individual, group, and family treatment utilizing a variety of modalities (e.g., CBT, MI, ACT, psychoeducation) to address mental/behavioral health problems, physical health problems, medication non-adherence, AODA, and health behavior/lifestyle modification

Facilitate patient referrals to consulting psychiatry and present cases to a consulting psychiatrist and psychiatry residents each week

Facilitate patient referrals to Health Promotions Clinic (specialty AODA treatment within one of the clinics)

Provide crisis intervention (in person and via telephone to patients calling clinic) as needed

Provide curbside consults to primary care providers, nurses, and community resource specialists

Conduct care management calls to patients with documented mental health concerns who have not been seen in clinic for a year or more

Coordinate care with schools and other agencies in the community and advocate for patients to receive appropriate support and care

Co-facilitate 6-session chronic pain groups with primary care providers in two clinics (implemented the group in one clinic)

Implement and co-facilitate an 8-session “Whole Health” group with a primary care provider (group medical visits)

Document all patient-related interactions using Epic (electronic medical health record)

2015-2016 Clinical Health Psychology Intern

Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health

The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

Director of Training: Cheryl Carmin, PhD

Major Rotations:

Transplant Psychology (07/15-12/15)

Supervisor: Kristin Kuntz, PhD

Responsibilities included:

Conducted pre-transplant evaluations to assess patients’ current psychological functioning, behavioral level of medical compliance, understanding of medical conditions, transplant knowledge, social support, and substance use/abuse to determine the appropriateness of a transplant candidate from a psychosocial perspective

Conducted pre-transplant evaluations with candidates’ caregivers to assess level of psychosocial support available to patients post-transplant and further identify areas of concern regarding candidates’ appropriateness for transplant

Integrated medical information gathered from clinical interview and chart review with psychological information to conceptualize cases from a biopsychosocial perspective, write transplant evaluation reports, and present cases to transplant team to inform about appropriateness for transplant

Conducted post-transplant evaluations to assess patietns’ psychological functioning and psychiatric history, medical compliance, psychosocial support, and substance use/abuse for the purpose of treatment planning, which often involves providing patients with referrals to mental health providers in their home area

Provided brief psychotherapy interventions such as behavioral activation or cognitive-behavioral therapy to improve mood, reduce anxiety, and increase compliance and persistence with medical recommendations to hospitalized pre- and post-transplant patients

Used motivational interviewing to motivate clients with poor medical adherence or substance use issues to modify their behaviors

Conducted on-going individual psychotherapy with post-transplant patients referred by a member of their treatment team (e.g., physician/resident, nurse coordinator, nurse, social worker)

Women’s Behavioral Health (07/15-12/15)

Supervisor: Kristen Carpenter, PhD

Responsibilities included:

Conducted intake interviews with patients to assess presenting problems, personal and family psychiatric and medical history, contextual and environmental factors impacting psychological functioning, and psychosocial support for the purposes of conceptualization, treatment planning, and therapeutic intervention

Provided individual psychotherapy to a caseload of 13-15 adult women presenting with a variety of psychological difficulties related to mood, pre- and peri-natal problems, post-partum adjustment, infertility, history of cancer, and adjustment to medical problems

Integrated medical information gathered from intake interview and chart review with clinical interview information to conceptualize cases from a biopsychosocial perspective

Coordinated care with patients’ referring providers (e.g., psychiatrists/residents, obstetricians) to improve care

Co-facilitated a cognitive-behaviorally based research group with breast cancer survivors to improve sexual health post-cancer treatment

Psychosocial Oncology (01/16-06/16)

Supervisors: Elizabeth Muenks, PhD

Responsibilities included:

Conducted intake interviews with cancer patients to assess presenting problems, personal history, contextual and environmental factors impacting psychological functioning, and family dynamics for the purposes of conceptualization, treatment planning, and therapeutic intervention

Provided individual psychotherapy with adults presenting with a variety of psychological difficulties related to mood, adjustment to illness, physical symptoms, pain, and end of life concerns

Conducted brief clinical interviews with bone marrow transplant candidates for the purpose of identifying areas for additional psychosocial support and informing treatment

Combined clinical interview information and medical history into concise notes describing psychiatric history, current psychological functioning, medical adherence, and social support for the entire oncology team to identify recommendations for each patient

Provided brief psychotherapy interventions such as behavioral activation, mindfulness, or cognitive-behavioral therapy to improve mood, reduce anxiety, increase relaxation and enhance compliance and persistence to bone marrow transplant patients in the hospital

Behavioral Cardiology (01/16-06/16)

Supervisors: Cheryl Carmin, PhD; Philip Binkley, MD

Responsibilities included:

Conducted clinical interviews for heart failure patients admitted to the Ross Heart Hospital to assess psychological functioning and to identify areas for additional psychosocial support

Gathered history of presenting problem, evaluate psychosocial functioning and psychiatric history, assess for suicidal ideation and substance use, and identify areas of noncompliance for the purpose of treatment planning

Integrated medical information gathered from consult rounds and chart review with psychological information gathered from clinical interview to conceptualize cases from a biopsychosocial perspective and presenting cases to heart failure consult team to inform treatment

Provided brief psychotherapy interventions such as behavioral activation or cognitive-behavioral therapy to improve mood, reduce anxiety, and increase compliance and persistence with medical recommendations to heart failure patients in the hospital

Used motivational interviewing to motivate patients with poor medical adherence or substance use issues to modify their behaviors

Conducted on-going individual psychotherapy with heart failure patients referred from the inpatient behavioral cardiology consult service

Combined clinical interview information and medical history into concise notes describing psychiatric history, current psychological functioning, medical adherence, and social support for the entire heart failure team to identify recommendations for each patient

Elective Experience:

CBT Group Therapy for Body Image (01/16-05/16)

Supervisor: Sarah Altman, PhD

Responsibilities included:

Created and disseminated recruitment materials

Completed initial group member assessment and selection

Co-facilitated an 8-session group

Documented progress notes for each group member

2014-2015 Indiana Regional Medical Center

Supervisor: David LaPorte, PhD

Served as a practicum student completing evaluations for chronic pain management, medication management, appropriateness for bariatric surgery, appropriateness for spinal cord stimulator implantation, and appropriateness for spinal infusion pump implantation.

Responsible for scoring and interpreting assessment measures, writing integrated clinical reports, and providing on-site verbal and brief consultation feedback to referring physicians.

Responsible for providing medical intervention services to assist patients with behavioral modification, the development of coping skills, and adjustment to conditions causing chronic pain.

2014-2015 Allegheny General Hospital

Supervisor: Michael Franzen, PhD

Served as a practicum student completing neuropsychological consultation/liaison services for medical inpatients on all hospital services, upon request from physicians. Patients range in age from 20 to 95 years and present with traumatic brain injuries or dementia.

Responsible for administering an inpatient neuropsychological screening battery to assess neurocognitive and behavioral functioning and assist with treatment planning and recommendations.

Responsible for conducting specific capacity evaluations when there are questions regarding patients’ ability to make medical decisions and/or continue residing in their current living situation.

Responsible for scoring and interpreting assessment measures, writing integrated clinical reports, and providing immediate on-site verbal and brief consultation feedback to referring physicians.

2013-2015 Lake Psychological Services

Supervisor: Tannen Stahley-Lake, PsyD

Served as a practicum student therapist for 18 months at this private practice that serves a rural population in which the majority of clients had limited socioeconomic resources.

Gained experience in individual, couples, and family therapeutic intervention. Clients ranged in age from 11 to 60 years.

Accrued 50 hours of one-on-one supervision. Common presenting problems included anxiety, depression, ADHD, phase of life problems, marital discord, anger management, self-esteem, body dissatisfaction, alcoholism, drug abuse, self-harm ideation and behaviors, and various trauma.

Provided hypnotherapy in combination with psychotherapy for pain recovery, chronic fatigue, anxiety, smoking cessation, and bolstering motivation for behavioral change.

Responsible for performing individual, couples, and family therapy and completing all associated intake interviews, intake reports, treatment planning, progress notes, and termination and case summaries.

2012-2013 Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Center for Applied Psychology, Adult Clinic

Supervisor: Derek Hatfield, PhD

Served as a practicum student therapist for three semesters while accruing 64 hours of face-to-face therapeutic intervention.

Provided individual therapy to clients ranging from 17 to 54 years of age and representing a largely rural background and limited socioeconomic resources.

Responsibilities included individual therapy and all associated intake interviews, intake reports, progress notes, and termination and case summaries.

Received 45 hours of individual and group supervision.

Live observation of over 100 hours of other therapists’ sessions.

2012-2013 Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Police Academy

Supervisors: Donald Robertson, PhD

David LaPorte, PhD

Dante Mancini, PhD

Conducted semi-structured interviews with prospective police academy cadets to assess eligibility for admission to the academy.

Score administered measures.

Write integrated reports summarizing findings from interviews and administered measures.

2010-2011 Jackson County Psychological Services

Supervisor: Nathan Roth, PhD

Served as a practicum student in a day treatment program at an alternative high school, an elementary school (K-5), and an elementary/middle school (K-8).

Conducted functional behavioral assessment evaluations.

Provided psychological and psychoeducational interventions and social skills training in a group setting.

Provided advocacy support as a member of students’ treatment teams.

Co-facilitated a younger boys group (1st-3rd grade).

Co-facilitated an older boys group (6th-8th grade).

Accrued 120 hours of group therapy experience.

Completed training in Nonviolent Crisis Interventions as defined by the Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI).

SUPERVISION EXPERIENCE (as Supervisor)

2014 Indiana University of Pennsylvania – Student Supervisor

Supervisors: Laurie Roehrich, PhD and Jay Mills, PhD

Supervised 1st year graduate students as they worked with their first clients for 8-10 sessions of individual therapy.

Observed sessions live through a one-way mirror and provided feedback halfway through each session.

Met for at least one hour each week for supervision sessions with each supervisee.

Met for weekly hour-long “supervision of supervision” sessions with the above faculty supervisors.

Accrued 40 face-to-face hours serving as a supervised supervisor.

ASSESSMENT EXPERIENCE

Through both graduate coursework and practicum placements, I have received formal training to administer, score, and interpret the following assessment measures:

16 PF Personality Inventory

Aid to Capacity Evaluation

Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test-C

Beck Anxiety Inventory

Beck Depression Inventory-II

Beck Scale for Suicide Ideation

Brief Battery for Health Improvement 2

Career Assessment Inventory

Child Behavior Checklist

Children’s Depression Inventory

COGNISTAT Cognitive Assessment

Connors 3rd Edition

Controlled Oral Word Association Test

Current Opioid Misuse Measures

Delis-Kaplan Executive Function System

Drug Abuse Screening Test

Functional Behavior Assessment

Galveston Orientation and Amnesia Test

M5 Questionnaire

Mini Mental Status Exam

Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-II

Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-II-RF

Montreal Cognitive Assessment

North American Adult Reading Test

Nelson-Denny Reading Test

Pain Catastrophizing Scale

Patient Health Questionnaire-9

Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test

Revised Children’s Manifest Anxiety Scale

Rorschach Inkblot Test

Saint Louis University Mental Status Exam

Screener and Opioid Assessment for Patients with Pain-Revised

Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV-TR with Psychotic Screen

Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV-TR Axis II Personality Disorders

Schizotypal Personality Questionnaire-Brief

Structured Interview for Partial Complex Seizures

TRAILS A & B

Trauma Symptom Checklist for Children

Trauma Symptom Checklist for Young Children

Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales

Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scales-IV

Wechsler Individual Achievement Test-II

Wechsler Intelligence Scales for Children-IV

West Haven-Yale Multidimensional Pain Inventory

Wide Range Achievement Test-IV

Wisconsin Card Sort Task

Woodcock Johnson Tests of Achievement-III

2013 Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Center for Applied Psychology

Assessment Clinic

Supervisor: David LaPorte, PhD

Conducted neuropsychological and other psychodiagnostic assessments of individuals from a variety of referral sources.

Responsible for contacting referrals, scheduling appointments, conducting all assessments, and writing all comprehensive integrated reports.

Supervised by a licensed neuropsychologist.

Met weekly with assessment class and supervisor to discuss test selection for client referral questions and to examine and interpret results from administered assessment measures.

2010 Western Carolina University, Psychological Services Clinic

Supervisor: David McCord, PhD

Conducted comprehensive psychodiagnostic assessments of individuals from a variety of referral sources.

Responsible for contacting referrals, scheduling appointments, conducting all testing, and writing all comprehensive integrated reports.

Supervised by a licensed psychologist.

Met twice weekly with assessment class and supervisor to discuss test selection for client referral questions and examine and interpret results from administered assessment measures.

OTHER WORK EXPERIENCE

2016 Wagaman, A. L. (2016). Body Image Among Oncology Patients. Psychosocial Oncology Grand Rounds presentation at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center.

2012-2015 Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs Program (ATOD)

Supervisor: Ann Sesti, MA

Responsible for facilitating Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention of College Students (BASICS) Workshops for identified undergraduate students, conducting individual follow-up assessments with undergraduate students, creating informational and educational materials regarding alcohol and other drugs and their use.

Facilitated the adoption and implementation of the Red Watch Band Program at ATOD.

2012 Berman, P., Wagaman. A. L., & Eyerer, A. (2012). Cooling Down Conflict: Communicating with Peers in Conflict Situations. Two Workshops presented to fifth and sixth grade boys at United Elementary School, Brush Valley, Pennsylvania.

PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

2012 Wheeler, K., Wagaman, A., & McCord, D. (2012). Personality traits as predictors of adherence in adolescents with type 1 diabetes. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Nursing, 25(2), 66-74.

2010 Asberg, K., & Wagaman, A. (2010). Emotion regulation abilities and perceived stress as predictors of negative body image and problematic eating behaviors in emerging adults. American Journal of Psychological Research, 6(1), 193-217.

RESEARCH AND CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Dissertation Reducing the Impact of Negative Media Messages on College Students’ Body Satisfaction: Examining the Effectiveness of a Warning Message. Doctoral dissertation in progress, Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

2010 Wagaman, A., Asberg, K., Carter, T., Pfeifer, C., & Strassburger, D. (2010). Body image: Does stress, social support, and emotion regulation matter? Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Chattanooga, TN.

2010 Wagaman, A., Bridges, A., & Asberg, K. (2010). Exploring differential ratings of media images: Appearance or labels? Poster presented at the Annual North Carolina Psychological Association Conference, Charlotte, NC.

2010 Bridges, A., Wagaman, A., & Asberg. K. (2010). Exploring predictors of body esteem in emerging adults. Poster presented at the Annual North Carolina Psychological Association Conference, Charlotte, NC.

2010 Asberg, K., Wagaman, A., & Preifer, C. (November, 2010). Hostility Mediates the Relationship Between Emotion Regulation and Internalizing Symptomatology. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, San Francisco, CA.

2010 Wagaman, A., Pfeifer, C., Asberg, K., & Cordrey, J. (2010). The Effects of Substance Use Coping among College Students. Presented at the Western Carolina University Research Conference, Cullowhee, NC.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2009-2011 Teaching Assistant, David McCord, PhD

Assisted with undergraduate level courses: Personality Psychology and Evolutionary Psychology

2009-2010 Graduate Assistant, Jackie Moore, MPH. Health and Wellness

Lecturer for behavior modification topic and graduate supervisor of student self- behavior modification projects.

2010 Lecture about Gordon Allport for undergraduate course: Personality Psychology

2009 Lecture about Eating Behaviors for undergraduate course: Emotionally Disturbed Child and Adolescent

2009 Lecture about Male’s Mating Strategies for undergraduate course: Evolutionary Psychology

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

2017 The Best Start in Life: Early Childhood Development for Sustainable Development

Continuing education online course presented by SDG Academy

Topics included:

Child Development: Prenatal to Age 3

Child Development: Ages 3 to 8

Tour of ECD Programs and Sectors

Communities and Situations of Conflict and Migration

From Programs to Policies

The Future: Innovations and Growth

2015 Introduction to the Science of Cancer

Continuing education online course presented by The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

Topics included:

Module 1: What is Cancer: Defining the Disease

Module 2: Diagnosis of Cancer: Identifying the Disease

Module 3: Treatment of Cancer: Attacking the Disease

Module 4: Prevention of Cancer: Impeding the Disease

Module 5: Cancer Research: Fighting the Disease

2014 Advanced Workshop in Clinical Hypnosis (20 continuing education hours): Integrative Medicine and Pain Management

Continuing education workshop sponsored by the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH) and the Educational Research Foundation (ERF), Columbus, OH.

Presentations by workshop faculty (licensed psychologists and physicians) included:

“Integrative Medicine: Mind-Body Interventions Utilizing Hypnosis”

“Hypnosis in Advanced Illness and Psycho-Oncology – Aiding Comfort and Healing in the Midst of the Cancer Experience”

“Living Successfully with Chronic Illness”

“Weaving Healing Suggestions into Complex Chronic Problems: Metaphor, Meaning, and Relationship”

“Hypnotic Applications in Palliative Care – Healing when Cure is not Possible”

2014 “Grief and Bereavement”

Gordon Thornton, PhD

Continuing education symposium: Indiana University of Pennsylvania

2014 “Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT): Towards Living with Increasing Psychological Flexibility”

Continuing education workshop: Indiana University of Pennsylvania

2012 “A Developmental Approach to Helping Children Thrive in the Current Media World”

Continuing education workshop: Indiana University of Pennsylvania

2012 Safe Zone training facilitated by faculty and students from IUP

Workshop to become a member whose goal is “to improve visibility and support to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students and employees” at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

2011 Intermediate Workshop in Clinical Hypnosis (20 continuing education hours): Skills Training in Clinical Hypnosis

Continuing education workshop sponsored by the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH) and the Educational Research Foundation (ERF), Alexandria, VA.

Agenda:

A wide range of topics central to the expanded practice of hypnosis (e.g. medical and health management; managing anxieties, phobias, problematic habits; formulation of powerful suggestions for change; ego strengthening; ideomotor signaling; explorative hypnosis.)

Specific tools for working with people in particular populations or with specific disorders (e.g. Digestive Disorders; Elimination Disorders; Eating Disorders; Pain Management; Procedural Hypnosis; Hypnosis in Pediatric Practice; Hypnosis in the treatment of Trauma and Dissociation.)

Supervised Small Group Practices (e.g. refresh basic induction techniques; learn and practice more complex induction and intensification strategies; refine reasoning about hypnotic utilization; expand repertoire for realerting.)

Review the ethics for hypnosis in practice

2010 Basic Workshop in Clinical Hypnosis (20 continuing education hours): The Fundamentals of Hypnosis

Continuing education workshop sponsored by the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH) and the Educational Research Foundation (ERF), Alexandria, VA.

Agenda:

Learn the definition, misconceptions, and potential uses of hypnosis.

Identify and demonstrate ways to induce a hypnotic trance and realert a subject from a trance

Identify and demonstrate methods for deepening trance

Learn to recognize clinical conditions in which hypnotic techniques may be used

Review the ethics for hypnosis in practice

2010 Eating Disorders: From Diagnosis to Treatment

Continuing education workshop at the Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Chattanooga, TN

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

oAmerican Psychological Association – Student Member

Division 35: Society for the Psychology of Women

Division 38: Society of Health Psychology

oAcademy of Integrative Pain Management – Student Member

oActive Minds, Indiana University of Pennsylvania Chapter – Member

oSafe Zone, Indiana University of Pennsylvania Chapter – Member

oPsi Chi, The National Honor Society in Psychology – Member

oPi Gamma Mu, The National Honor Society in the Social Sciences – Member

REFERENCES

Lorie Jolly, LISW

Licensed Independent Social Worker

Fetter Health Care Network

51 Nassau Street

Charleston, SC 29403

Telephone: 704-***-****

Email: ac49t7@r.postjobfree.com

Meghan Fondow, PhD

Primary Care Behavioral Health Manager

Access Community Health Centers

2202 South Park Street

Madison, WI 53713

Telephone: 608-***-****

Email: ac49t7@r.postjobfree.com

Elizabeth Zeidler-Schreiter, PsyD

Chief Behavioral Health Officer

2202 South Park Street

Madison, WI 53713

Telephone: 608-***-****

Email: ac49t7@r.postjobfree.com

Kelly Valdivia, PsyD

Behavioral Health Consultant Psychiatry Lead

2202 South Park Street

Madison, WI 53713

Telephone: 608-***-****

Email: ac49t7@r.postjobfree.com

Ken Kushner, PhD

Behavioral Health Consultant

1102 South Park Street

Madison, WI 53713

Telephone: 608-***-****

Email: ac49t7@r.postjobfree.com

Cheryl Carmin, PhD

Professor, Director of Clinical Psychology Training

The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health

1670 Upham Drive, Suite 460

Columbus, OH 43210

Telephone: 614-***-****

Email: ac49t7@r.postjobfree.com

David J. LaPorte, PhD

Professor/Director of Doctoral Studies

Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Uhler Hall, Room 101

1020 Oakland Avenue

Indiana, PA 15705

Telephone: 724-***-****

Email: ac49t7@r.postjobfree.com



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