CURRENT TEAM MEMBERS

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Lynn Waelde, Ph.D.

Director

A Professor at the Pacific Graduate School of Psychology at Palo Alto University, a Consulting Professor at Stanford University School of Medicine, and the founder and director of the Inner Resources Center. Learn More!

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Alicia Torres

Student Supervisor

A Ph.D. student in Clinical Psychology at Palo Alto University, her research interest is investigating the therapeutic benefits of mindfulness and meditation on serious mental illness and dissociation. Learn More!

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Diandra Hilton

Student Facilitator

Diandra Hilton is an advanced doctoral candidate in Clinical Psychology at Palo Alto University (PAU), where she's completed emphases in Clinical Neuropsychology, Pediatric Behavioral Health Care, and Clinical Neuroscience in Women’s Health through Stanford Medicine’s Center for Neuroscience. She has an interest in integrated health and cognitive rehabilitation across the lifespan and is passionate about fostering resiliency as a form of trauma prevention.  Learn More! 

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Megan Dwyier

Student Supervisor

A Ph.D. student in Clinical Psychology at Palo Alto University, her research interests include dissociation, resiliency, and mindfulness in a forensic setting. Learn More!

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Nesha Harper

Student Facilitator

A Ph.D. student in Clinical Psychology at Palo Alto University, her research interest include the neuropsychological effects of brain injuries, neurodegeneration, aging, and mindfulness. Learn More!

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Jamie Kerby

Student Facilitator

A Ph.D. student in Clinical Psychology at Palo Alto University, her research interests include meditation, trauma, intimate partner violence, attachment, and social relationships. Learn More!

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Joseph (Joe) Rizzo

Student Facilitator

A Ph.D. student in Clinical Psychology at Palo Alto University, his work has focused on substance use/recovery, trauma, advocacy, and group therapy. Learn More!

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