Pre-Doctoral Internship in Clinical Psychology

Psychology Department Staff


Kenneth A. Beattie,
Psychologist III Upper Kennebec/ Civil.
Licensed Psychologist. (Ph.D., Clark University; Ed.D., University of Massachusetts, Amherst; M.A., Stanford University). Interests: Life-span effects of childhood mistreatment; trauma-induced dissociation; clinical applications of developmental, evolutionary, and cognitive psychology; hemispheric lateralization; coping and resilience; psychodynamic psychotherapy.


Jennifer Brotsky, Psy.D
Psychologist III Lower Saco/Forensic.
Psy.D. and M.S. from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida). Pre doctoral training at the Miami VA neuropsychology department, Jackson Memorial Hospital neuropsychology department, University of Miami Anxiety Treatment Center, and Nova Southeastern University's adult outpatient therapy center. Interests include: assessment, traumatic brain injury, posttraumatic stress disorder, cognitive behavioral therapy, and the interplay of personality disorders with severe and persistent mental illness. 


Tatiana Gregor, Ed.D.
Psychologist III Upper Kennebec
Licensed Psychologist. (Ed.D. Rutgers University; B.A. Dartmouth College). Interests: Individual and group cognitive and metacognitive therapy for serious mental illness


Jennifer Heidler-Gary, PsyD
Psychology Postdoctoral Fellow, Saco Units/Forensic.
(Psy.D. George Washington University; M.S., Loyola University; B.A., Boston College). Completed practica at Johns Hopkins Hospital and St. Elizabeth's Hospital. Interests: neuropsychology of severe mental illness, ecological validity in neuro/psychological assessment, psychodynamic psychotherapy, aphasia and disorders of hemispatial neglect, long-term effects of psychotropic medications, MCT for psychosis, trauma-induced dissociation.


Paula Jursa, LCPC, LADC, CCS
Co Occurring Counselor. MS, Co Occurring Substance Abuse and Mental Health Disorders, Southern New Hampshire University. Interests: Completing substance abuse assessments, providing individual and group counseling utilizing various CBT strategies as well as Motivational Enhancement strategies, REBT, 12 step facilitation, and relapse prevention.


Susan Newkirk-Sanborn, Ph.D.,
Psychologist III, Upper Saco.
Licensed Psychologist. (Ph.D. in Clinical-Child Psychology from Ohio State University). Licensed psychologist in Maine since 1978. Joined staff of RPC after seven years as staff psychologist at a community mental health center and twenty-five years in private practice. Interests: human development, cognitive development, cognitive-rational and Dialectical-Behavioral Therapy, assessment, watercolors.


Teresa M. Mayo,
Psy.D. Psychologist IV. ACT Team.
Licensed Psychologist. (Psy.D. University of Denver; M.Ed. University of Maine; The Institute of Living) Special interests: self-harm, trauma and treatment of forensic women.