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Doctoral Trainees

Clinical Assistants and Doctoral Trainees

Nicholas Inclan, B.S.

Nicholas Inclan is a practicum student at KY-CARDS. He is currently in his last year of master’s coursework at Liberty University in Clinical Mental Health Psychotherapy. Nicholas holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Liberty University in computational and behavioral science, with a focus in psychology and scientific research. Nicholas’ primary psychotherapeutic orientation is cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) with a strong focus on the psychotherapeutic relationship. He believes that the psychotherapeutic relationship is the most significant factor in a successful psychotherapeutic outcome. Nicholas’ philosophy of human development is multidimensional, aligning with the biopsychosocial- spiritual model as he believes all dimensions of human development are important factors in one’s psychological development and mental health.

Oksana Zhurbich

Oksana Zhurbich is a doctoral trainee at KY-CARDS. She is currently in her final year of coursework at Spalding University in the Psy.D. program, working towards a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. Oksana obtained a bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of Kentucky and a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology. Oksana has gained years of experience treating a wide variety of psychological disorders in a college counseling center, community mental health center, psychiatric hospital, a middle school setting and two years of training in psychological assessments. Oksana has worked with a range of disorders including anxiety, depression, mood disorders, and trauma. Oksana also has professional work experience in basic science and clinical research at the University of Kentucky, University de Aix-Marseille, Vanderbilt University, and Northwestern University.

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