Psychology – Current Students 2022-08-10T15:30:48+00:00

Current Students

Starting Fall 2022 Advisor Assignments

If your name starts with:

A-B: Holley Shivers,, Bienvenu Hall, Room 326, 318-357-5045

C: Shannon Wall-Hale,, Bienvenu Hall, Room 328, 318-357-5454

D: Jennifer Hodges-Crowder,, Bienvenu Hall, Room 324B, 318-357-4537

E-F: Cynthia Lindsey,, Bienvenu Hall, Room 321, 318-357-5259

G: Patrice Moulton,, Bienvenu Hall, Room 336, 318-357-4652

H-J: Beverly Broadway,, Bienvenu Hall, Room 315B, 318-357-6904

K-L: Steve Gruesbeck,, Pod C of Teachers Education Center, 318-357-5911

M-N: Billie Myers,, Bienvenu Hall, Room 307, 318-357-5354

O-R: Brittany Broussard,, Bienvenu Hall, Room 309, 318-357-4355

S: Susan Barnett,, Bienvenu Hall, Room 311A, 318-357-5464

T-V: Shannon Gresham,, Bienvenu Hall, Room 313, 318-357-6595

W-Z: Charles King,, Bienvenu Hall, Room 311B, 318-357-4643

For more information about the following subjects, visit Academic Advising Services:

    • Academic advising and career exploration
    • Tutoring
    • Personal and Career Counseling
    • Disability Services
    • Specialty labs: accounting, foreign language, math
    • Learning Express Test Prep: ACT, PRAXIS, Civil Service Careers, and more
    • Student Support Services: advising, tutoring, counseling, and more
    • Watson Computer Lab: Help with Excel, Word, Blackboard, ppts, and personal laptops. Free printing, copying, and binding
The Addiction Studies Club was developed for those interested in the field of Addiction Studies and for those who want to help promote education, awareness of addiction and emotional support.

Addiction can have many forms other than just being addicted to drugs and alcohol. Chances are you may know someone that has some form of addiction. Gambling, playing video games, and excessive shopping are just a few things people may get addicted to.

If you are interested in learning more, our membership is open to all students.

The International Honor Society in Psychology

The NSULA chapter of the International Honor Society in Psychology (Psi Chi) invites eligible students to apply for membership this fall 2021 semester. Psi Chi is the International Honor Society in Psychology, founded in 1929 for the purposes of encouraging, stimulating, and maintaining excellence in scholarship, and advancing the science of psychology. Membership is open to graduate and undergraduate students, who are making the study of psychology or addiction studies one of their major interests, and who meet the minimum qualifications criteria. Membership is a lifetime honor, and members enjoy an array of benefits. For more information about Psi Chi and the benefits of membership, please visit:


Undergraduate Students:

  • Be enrolled as a major or minor in a psychology program or addiction studies program.
  • Have completed at least 3 semesters or equivalent of the college course.
  • Have completed at least 9 semester hours (or equivalent) of psychology courses.
  • Have earned an overall GPA that is in the top 35% of their class in general scholarship (minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4-point scale).
  • Have a minimum 3.0 GPA in psychology courses.

Graduate Students:

  • Be enrolled in a psychology graduate program.
  • Have completed at least one full semester of graduate coursework.
  • Have an overall GPA of at least 3.0.

Applications: Please complete your application on  by September 15th. After applying online, please email your name and student ID to Mrs. Deep deepn@nsula.eduAfter approval process, you will receive an e-mail from Psi chi advisor about the online fees payment system. Fees is $55 and it is due October 3rd.

Induction: Induction ceremony and senior recognition will be held on October 12th at 4:30 pm in the President Room, NSU Student Union.

Any inquiry about Psi Chi, please contact Mrs. Neeru Deep,

The NSU Psychology Club is a social organization made up primarily by psychology majors and minors. The Club, however, welcomes NSU students from all disciplines who have an interest in the psychological field. There are no academic requirements, just an enthusiasm for the study of the mind! The NSU Psych Club is an organization geared toward four ideals: charity, leadership, research and fun. Our objective is to be active not only in the classroom but on campus and within the community. Our passion for the study of behavior and the mind goes beyond just a simple reading assignment, but more toward application and practice. The club also gives students an opportunity to share research ideas, meet new friends, and participate in psychology events on campus. We welcome any students who are interested in research, goodwill, and, as always, having a good time.

Faculty Advisor
Mrs. Shannon Hale
Rm. 307 Bienvenu Hall
(318) 357-5454

You may contact Mrs Hale directly to join the Psychology Club or

Join the Psychology Club Here

Please see orgsync for dates and details.

We would love to engage your students in a special opportunity to learn more about careers at the UN during our upcoming Global Leadership Summit. During this year’s Summit, students will be able to interact with professionals in the UN, learn valuable advocacy skills, and share their passion for international issues.

By connecting your students with the United Nations Association-USA and the UN Foundation, they will gain access to resources, professional networks and the opportunity to attend additional conferences and summits across the country.

For scholarship information to attend this year’s Global Leadership Summit, please click here or contact Marco Sanchez, UNA-USA Youth Engagement and Advocacy Coordinator at

Youth and Families Empowerment Services, LLC. 
We are hiring! Multi-systemic therapist needed. New grads (Bachelor’s or Master’s degree) welcome to apply.

CHRISTUS Cabrini Hospice:  A good opportunity to get some internship/volunteer hours related to psychology! 

“You only die on one day.  Every other day is about LIVING.”  So often the public assumes that hospice is about dying, when it actually is about living well.  Did you know that CHRISTUS Cabrini Hospice is the only faith based, not-for-profit Hospice in Alexandria? One of the integral services we provide is our Hospice Volunteer Program and we are always in need of volunteers, so we are looking for loving individuals interested in helping patients and their families at the end of life and those whom would enjoy clerical duties behind the scenes.

“Christ has no body on earth but yours; no hands, no feet on earth but yours. …. Yours are the hands with which He blessed all the world.” – St. Theresa of Avila

Our in-patient Hospice Grace Home is right within Cabrini Hospital, while we also serve individuals living in the community. The hours are flexible and training is provided.  I would love speaking with you further about our opportunities; please contact me, Hollie Sanders, Volunteer and Bereavement Coordinator at (318) 448-6764 ext. 6099 or Thank you for your giving heart. God Bless.

Volunteer Information Sheet

If any of your students are interested in pursuing a career in Art Therapy,

Please consider reviewing our program and consider applying!! The Graduate Art Therapy and Counseling Program at Eastern Virginia Medical School has 45 years of recognition for excellence, integrity, and innovation in art therapy education to develop world class art therapists. Please refer to our website for additional information.

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have questions.

We have rolling admissions and our next deadline to review applications is February 15, 2019 (interview dates are in February and March). Students are encouraged to apply even if they have prerequisites to complete.

I look forward to your students’ applications!
Mary Roberts

Mary Roberts, PhD, LPC-ACS, ATR-BC, ATCS
Program Director and Associate Professor
Graduate Art Therapy and Counseling Program
School of Health Professions
Eastern Virginia Medical School | Lester Hall | Room 304 |
(: 757.446.5895 | 7: 757.446.6179 | *:

We Care Behavioral Health, LLC
109-A Yorktown Drive
Alexandria, Louisiana  71303
318-542.4288  or

Our Vision
We Care Behavioral Health LLC is dedicated to improving the quality of life and well-being of our clients, families, and community that we serve. Our goal is to set the standard of excellence by providing comprehensive behavioral health treatment options founded upon evidence-based practices. By working in collaboration with consumers, families, and other community agencies and organizations, We Care Behavioral Health LLC strives to provide services in a coordinated and unified manner that supports recovery. We will assist consumers in achieving and sustaining the highest level of independence in their homes and communities.  To accomplish these goals, we will recruit quality professionals and promote professional development and personal growth for all our employees. At We Care Behavioral Health LLC, you will find qualified professionals providing phenomenal customer service with unmatched respect and compassion. We are committed to continuous quality improvement for our agency and for the people we serve.
Our Services
We work with adults and children in the home, school, and community settings to provide:

Psychiatric outpatient services including medication management and psychiatric evaluation
Skills training and support
Individual/Family/Group counseling
Emotional and behavioral management
Solution-focused interventions
Problem behavior analysis
Crisis intervention
Communication and coordination with family and/or legal guardian
Coordination with stakeholders and referral sources

Full-time or Part-time openings for Bachelor’s and/or Master’s degree in Psychology, Counseling, or Social Work. Interested individuals need to call: 318.542.5288.