Practicum Students

Lindsay Hegg

(picutre TBD)

Lindsay is a third year Clinical Psychology PsyD student at the California School of Professional Psychology. Her primary research is focused on the impact of complex trauma and multi-tiered violence exposure on childhood and adult development. Additional research interests include contemporary psychoanalytic theory, attachment theory, infant-adult development, and complex trauma assessment, diagnosis, and treatment methodologies. In her free time, she enjoys cooking and playing with her niece and nephews.

Amy Sanchez



Amy is a doctoral student in the Clinical Science program at UC Berkeley under the mentorship of Drs. Ann Kring and Sheri Johnson. She received her BA from New York University in Russian and Slavic Studies and her MA from San Francisco State University in Psychological Research. Broadly, she is interested in incorporating physiological, behavioral, and experience sampling methods to explore the relationships between social deficits, emotion dysregulation, and motivation problems in severe psychopathology.