Sallie Mack, M.S.

Clinical Psychology Extern

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Sallie Mack is a 4th-year clinical/counseling psychology Ph.D. student at Utah State University. Prior to attending USU, she received her B.S. in psychology at Georgia State University and then worked for 3 years for the Grady Nia Project, a research and clinical service provider under Emory University School of Medicine. This project focused on suicide prevention through culturally informed mindfulness- and compassion-based interventions for trauma survivors. Sallie’s research interests continue to revolve around promoting resilience among racially and ethnically diverse survivors of childhood trauma and adversity. In her clinical work, she utilizes a variety of mindfulness- and acceptance-based approaches (e.g., Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) to best fit the client’s goals. She enjoys working with children, adolescents, and adults presenting with trauma histories, suicidal behaviors, emotion regulation challenges, and/or relationship difficulties.