Guy Beauduy, Jr. is a first year graduate student in the Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling program. Guy currently serves as a graduate assistant to Dr. Frain in the Department of Counselor Education. His passion for counseling stems from his notion that there needs to be more practitioners in the field of counseling to address mental illness, as well as disabled societal issues that, he cites, were severely overlooked in years past.
Guy has developed a special interest in eventually working with veterans suffering from PTSD and those affected by substance abuse issues. After completing his graduate studies, Guy plans to work toward obtaining his CRC and LMHC licensures, as well as pursue a Ph.D. program in Counseling.
In his leisure time, Guy enjoys the hobbies of working out, watching football, and spending time with family and friends.
Gabriel Peña is a graduate student in the Clinical Mental Health counseling program. Gabriel currently serves as the graduate assistant for Department of Counselor Education and a research assistant in The Alliance Lab, which he’s actively been a member of since his freshmen year of undergrad.
Currently in his first year in the program, Gabriel's passion for the clinical mental health field is driven by his work in The Alliance Lab. Having studied the therapeutic relationship, Gabriel has a strong desire to learn the skills that will help him become a great clinician.
Gabriel is a fanatic of the arts, who loves photography, music, and literature. He stems from a big family, and he enjoys spending time with them (along with his friends) when he isn’t consumed with work. He also likes hanging out at the beach, which he attributes to being a Cancer.