Douglas Knutson, M.Ed., MTS. Douglas is a doctoral student in Counseling Psychology at Oklahoma State University. Douglas also holds a Masters in Theological Studies from Boston University School of Theology and a Masters in Applied Behavioral Studies with Professional Counseling from Oklahoma City University. His current research focus is on social justice and multicultural psychology especially in regard to sexual minority populations.
Colton Brown, M.S. Colton is a first-year doctoral student in Oklahoma State University's Counseling Psychology Program. He received his bachelor's degrees in psychology and sociology from Georgia State University, and his master's degree in educational psychology from Oklahoma State University. His research interests include affectional and gender minority issues, sport psychology, use of media in therapy (emphasis on movies, television, and comics), and multiculturalism. In his spare time, Colton enjoys playing tennis, racquetball, and softball, reading comics, and watching movies. He also spends a large amount of time fawning over his cat, Remy LeBeau!
Julianne Yavorski, M.A. Julianne is a first year doctoral student in the counseling psychology department at Oklahoma State University. She graduated from the University of North Carolina with a BA in History and Psychology and from the University of Denver with an MA in Counseling Psychology. Her research interests include trauma focused and crisis interventions, attachment theory, women's public health issues including interpersonal violence and sexual assault, women's career experiences, parent/child interactions, and coping/resilience theory. In her spare time, Julianne enjoys long distance running, traveling, skiing, and playing with her cat, Harvey. She can be reached at email@example.com