Krishna Kary and Evelyn Winter Plumb, doctoral students in the Department of Counseling, Clinical and School Psychology at the Gevirtz School at UC Santa Barbara, have been given Susan A. Neufeldt Awards for Excellence in Clinical Supervision for 2017-18. These awards are for service they performed at the Hosford Counseling and Psychological Services Clinic at UC Santa Barbara. The award is named in honor of a previous director of the Clinic.
Krishna Kary is a doctoral student in the Counseling Psychology specialization working with Dr. Tania Israel. She has worked in the university counseling center and in local community mental health settings providing individual, group, and couples counseling services. A large portion of Krishna’s research endeavors have and continue to focus on psychoeducational and therapeutic interventions for reducing internalized stigma with sexual and gender minority individuals.
Evelyn Winter Plumb is a doctoral student with an emphasis in Counseling Psychology working in the lab of Dr. Collie Conoley. Her current research interests include psychotherapy process and outcome, associations between implicit theories of personality/cognition and resilience, and psychological flexibility in mindfulness-based psychotherapy.