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Grad-2012-BP.jpgThe Program in Human Sexuality graduated two postdoctoral fellows at the Family Medicine and Community Health commencement this spring. On June 7, 2012, Brad Nederostek, PsyD, and Aimee Tubbs, PsyD, were recognized for completing two years of intensive clinical and research training at PHS.

Nederostek will be completing his fellowship at the end of August and has plans on integrating his knowledge in the areas acceptance-based therapeutic models and human sexuality within the Veterans Affairs Health Care System (VA). He hopes on pursuing these endeavors within the VA System.

Tubbs completed her fellowship at the end of May. She has been enjoying some time off while pursuing a full-time clinical psychologist position. Clinical interests include continuing emphasis on sexual health issues, with a specific interest in addressing compulsive sexual behavior.

PHOTO: credit Libby Frost

 

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