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Ife Sinclair, M. Ed.

Health Service Psychology Intern


M.Ed. in Counseling Psychology, Purdue University


Psychology Intern


Integrative with a focus on interpersonal process and multicultural approaches.


Multiculturalism and diversity, well-being of Black students, international student concerns, ADHD/LD, training and supervision, relationship concerns.


I was born and raised in Montego Bay, Jamaica, and moved to Hudson, OH to attend boarding school. Following my bachelors' degree in Psychology (Johns Hopkins University), I began the Ph.D. program in Counseling Psychology at Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN. My research interests center on racial identity development and well-being of Black (domestic and international) college students. I am currently completing my pre-doctoral internship at the Carruth Center.


I enjoy listening to music, reading, baking, cooking, and being in nature.


My favorite book is One Hundred Years of Solitude and my favorite foods are Jamaican Escoveitch Fish and Ackee and Saltfish.

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