Alumni Notes: Clark "Skip" Hults Honored By Education Week; Dr. Christina Doherty Opens Private Practice; GoodTherapy from Sarah Noel

Clark “Skip” Hults (GSE ’99 and ’03), Superintendent of the Newcomb Central School District in Newcomb, NY is featured as one of 15 educators honored by Education Week in their inaugural issue of an annual report entitled “Leaders to Learn From.”  This special report shares the successes of selected forward-thinking district-level leaders, highlighting the importance of good leadership, spreading the word on promising innovations, and inspiring others to follow in these footsteps.  Hults, along with the other leaders profiled, will also be honored at an Education Week conference in April in Washington, D.C. featuring U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan.

Click here to read the story in the online edition.

Dr. Christina (McQuade) Doherty (GSE ’04 and ’09), a licensed psychologist and adjunct faculty member at GSE, has recently opened a full-time private practice. Her office is located in Mamaroneck, NY in Westchester County and she is currently accepting new psychotherapy clients. Dr. Doherty enjoys working with children, adolescents, and adults, and her areas of expertise are PTSD and trauma-focused treatment, anxiety disorders, unipolar depression, grief and loss, and relationship issues.  Click here to visit her website.

GSE Alum Sarah Noel [FCRH’ 02 (Psychology), GSE ’05 (Mental Health Counseling)] is a licensed Mental Health Professional working with teens and adults, as well as Person-Centered Topic Expert publishing monthly online articles for

In her most recent article, “Good Grief: Why The DSM-V Is Wrong About Bereavement and Depression,” Sarah discusses grief as a normal part of the human experience, particularly after the loss of a loved one, and the pathological treatment of grief resulting from bereavement in the upcoming DSM-V (which allows for a mental health diagnosis in the form of depression).

Click here to read more about Sarah (including links to her past articles), and stay tuned for new GoodTherapy article links here!



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