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Seyi Amosu

Doctoral Student, Counseling Psychology

Seyi Amosu

Hometown:

Peachtree City, GA

Undergraduate Institution and Degree:

University of Georgia; Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Minor in Statistics

Current Program:

Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology

Year of Matriculation:

2015

Research Interests:

Attitudes toward help-seeking behavior specifically related to low rates of mental health service use among ethnic minorities.

Publications/Presentations:

Amosu, S., Davidson, A., Ledesma, K., Craig, S., & Clift, B. (2014). Effects of centralization on job performance moderated by diversity. Poster presented at the Psi Chi Convention of the Behavioral Sciences in Athens, GA.

Amosu, S. & Bermudez, M. (2015). Overview of the nature of interdisciplinary clinics and community agencies. Poster accepted to be presented at the Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities (CURO) Symposium 2015 in Athens, GA. Poster accepted to be presented at the Psi Chi Convention of the Behavioral Sciences 2015 in Athens, GA.

Amosu, S. & Carter, N. (2015). Perceived social consequences of seeking professional psychological help. Poster accepted to be presented at the Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities (CURO) Symposium 2015 in Athens, GA. Poster accepted to be presented at the Psi Chi Convention of the Behavioral Sciences 2015 in Athens, GA.

Teaching Experience: 

Currently a Teaching Assistant for Introduction to Psychology (PSYC 102)

Future Career Plans:

Counseling in private practice or community mental health settings, Research

What Attracted Me to SIU:

Counseling opportunities offered early in my graduate career; The counseling psychology program’s faculty and reputation; Friendly rapport among students