About Psychology Degree 411
Psychology Degree 411 is an informative resource on beginning a degree or advancing a career in the field of psychology. Whether you need to know the basics on how to become a psychologist, or explore psychology degree programs or psychology careers, here you’ll find the information you are looking for. Our editors provide up-to-date articles on psychology careers as well as interviews with psychologists currently working in the field. The content on Psychology Degree 411 is completely free to our readers, and we greatly appreciate your patronage and input.
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At Psychology Degree 411, we use experienced writers, editors, expert reviewers, and contributors to create and review our content. We evaluate each team member’s background and experience to ensure that our content is accurate, up-to-date, and relevant to our readers.
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Audrey Stoffle is the Chief Editor of Psychology Degree 411. A graduate of Berea College, Audrey has a BA in English with a writing emphasis and a minor in Spanish. She has worked as Editor for a literary magazine, Appalachian Review (formerly Appalachian Heritage), and spent years teaching English in Spain. Her writing and editing work has appeared on a variety of career and travel websites. When she’s not writing, Audrey enjoys running and photography. Follow Audrey on LinkedIn.
Laura McPherson is the Associate Editor of Psychology Degree 411. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Career and Technical Education and History from Eastern New Mexico University and a Certificate in Writing from the University of California Berkeley Extension. Her experience includes creating career training modules for professionals in various industries. Her creative work has appeared in literary journals such as Paperbark and Corvus Review and she has been an awards reader for The Community of Literary Magazines and Presses (CLMP). Follow Laura on LinkedIn.
Maggie is a Seattle-based editor and writer with a focus in health, news, education, and LGBTQ+ topics. She has reported and edited for a number of Atlanta-based publications and served as editor-in-chief of the Red & Black Newspaper in Athens, Georgia. Maggie graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the University of Georgia where she studied journalism, sociology, and sustainability. Follow Maggie on LinkedIn.
Janan Dean is a writer for Psychology Degree 411. She has a Master of Social Work (MSW) degree from the University of Toronto and a PhD in Social Work from the University of Edinburgh. In the past, she has worked as a caseworker and research consultant in the public and nonprofit sectors. Janan has published articles in academic journals, created postsecondary curriculum resources, and now contributes her expertise on the higher education system with Psychology Degree 411. In her spare time, Janan shares behind-the-scenes content from her family’s farm on social media. Follow Janan on LinkedIn.
Pilar Martland holds bachelor’s degrees in English and science and a master’s in education. This background has enabled her to write for different audiences and purposes over the course of her career. She has enjoyed contributing to educational websites, online magazines, and advertising campaigns as well as creating social media content, marketing copy, video scripts, and more. She is also the author and illustrator of a series of children’s books focused on the importance of empathy. She hopes to publish further work in the future. Follow Pilar on LinkedIn.
David Wojciechowski has a bachelor’s degree in advertising and a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degree from Syracuse University. He has worked as a freelance designer, editor, and writer as well as an adjunct instructor of writing and literature. He is the author of the poetry collection, Dreams I Never Told You & Letters I Never Sent (Gold Wake Press, 2017). He can be found at davidwojo.com.
William Deric Wilson
Deric joined Psychology Degree 411 as an expert reviewer due to his study of psychology as an undergraduate and graduate student. Deric received his Bachelor’s in Psychology in 2017 from the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. He added a Master’s in Psychology from the University of Phoenix in 2021 with the goal of helping others in some area of counseling or human services. His research on his career path suggested more education programming might be required to reach his ultimate goal as a Licensed Professional Counselor. He is now employed by the West Ada School District as a Community Behavioral Rehabilitation Specialist working under the direction of a School Psychologist to help students overcome challenges by using behavioral regulation techniques and other approaches. He runs Public Relations and Event Coordination at Ride on Dads, an NFP that raises funds for prostate cancer research. Prior roles include service advisor positions at Tesla Motors, Sales Rep at T-Mobile, and Test Procter and Resident Assistant at Weber State University. Deric’s experience shows the range of options open to those studying psychology with a degree at the bachelor’s or master’s level. Follow Deric on LinkedIn.
Dr. Mitchell Handelsman, Professor of Psychology, University of Colorado Denver
Dr. Yalda Uhls, Senior Researcher, UCLA Children’s Digital Media Center
Dr. Laura Freberg, Professor, California Polytechnic State University
Dr. Jamie Madigan, Author, The Psychology of Video Games
Dr. Albert Bonfil, Cognitive Behavioral Therapist
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