Welcoming Minnesota Psychologist Editor Kim Stewart

After four years of dedicated service, Beth Lewis stepped down as editor of the Minnesota Psychologist Online.  We will miss Beth, and are thankful for her commitment to delivering relevant and informative articles for our members over the years. 

We are pleased to introduce our new editor, Kim Stewart.  Kim graduated from the University of St. Thomas in 2016, with a master’s degree in counseling psychology, including a concentration in marriage & family therapy. 

This summer, she will begin a Ph.D. program in counseling psychology at the University of Oklahoma.  Currently, Kim works in research at the Minneapolis VA.  MPA leadership, division heads, and new members are likely to receive emails from Kim requesting articles, division updates, or event recaps.  You can reach her via email at [email protected].

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