Welcome back to the Psychologists Podcast, where we talk about all things psychology through a very personal lens.
In this instant smash hit episode, Gill and Julia interview their former student, 4-months-from-graduating doctoral candidate Jocelyn Gomez, about how growing up in hospitals with Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI) and Spanish-speaking parents shaped her desire to connect, mentor, and help others through hospital- and primary-care-based clinical psychology services.
Jocelyn is a doctoral candidate at the University of Houston-Clear Lake and is completing a psychology residency in pediatric psychology at Nemours Children's Health - Delaware. Starting this fall, she will be completing a pediatric psychology fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine/Texas Children's Hospital. Jocelyn identifies as a disabled Mexican-American and provides services in Spanish and English to children and their families.
Hosted by Gill Strait PhD and Julia Englund Strait, PhD.
We're psychologists, we're married, and we're trying to figure out how to keep two small children alive. Join us as we explore psychology research and practice through a very personal lens.
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