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NPA July, 2015 Member Spotlight

Alayna Schreier, M.A.

Alayna Schreier is a fifth year doctoral student in the Clinical Psychology Training Program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL). Her clinical and research interests focus on the development and dissemination of effective intervention and prevention programs for at risk and maltreated children and families. In particular, Ms. Schreier is interested in the inclusion of maltreatment prevention within existing early childhood intervention programs. Her dissertation is currently funded by a Head Start graduate student research grant from the Administration for Children and Families and a Doris Duke Fellowship for the Promotion of Child Well-Being through Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago.

Clinically, Ms. Schreier has served as a mental health consultant to Early Head Start (EHS) where she provided individual and family therapy to EHS families.  She also provides individual and group therapy to sexually abused youth and their non-offending caregivers through the Lincoln Child Advocacy Center.

 In addition, Ms. Schreier is the student member on the Board of the Nebraska Psychological Association and is the American Psychological Association of Graduate Students’ State Advocacy Coordinator for Nebraska. 

Ms. Schreier received a master’s degree in clinical psychology from UNL and a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Women’s Studies from the University of Michigan. In her free time, Ms. Schreier enjoys the outdoors, traveling, and both watching and playing sports.

Previous NPA Member Spotlight

June, 2015 – Joe Swoboda

May, 2015 – Mikel Merritt

January, 2015 — Lyndia Madison

December, 2014 — Mark Hald

October, 2014 — Sarah Schaffer

August, 2014 — Brenda Rohren

July, 2014 — Heath Hodges

June, 2014 — April Davis


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