Victoria McNeil, MS, is a fourth-year doctoral candidate in the Counseling Psychology program at the University of Florida. Prior to pursuing her doctorate, Victoria received her bachelor’s degree in psychology and African American studies from UF and completed master’s coursework in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at the University of Central Florida. Her research interests include liberation psychology and the mental and physical health impacts of racism related stress on the well-being of marginalized groups, specifically Black women. Her clinical interests include multicultural and social justice oriented counseling, group therapy, and trauma. During her free time Victoria enjoys traveling, watching Netflix, reading, and brunching!
Milan is a fourth-year student in the Counseling Psychology doctoral program at the University of Florida. She is from West Palm Beach, Florida and earned her undergraduate degrees in Psychology and Women’s Studies at UF in 2016. Her research interests include sociocultural factors on sexual attitudes and gender expectations as well as sex education and acceptance of female sexuality. Her clinical interests include feminist therapy, multicultural competence, trauma, and strengths-based therapy interventions. Milan can be found watching thriller movies, heading to the beach, cooking vegan meals, and spending time with loved ones.
Juliana is a fifth-year student in the Counseling Psychology doctoral program at the University of Florida. Currently, she is completing her APA-Accredited pre-doctoral internship at the University of Miami Counseling Center. She is from Buenos Aires, Argentina, and earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology at UF in 2015. Her research interests include female sexual functioning, the orgasm gap, and bibliotherapy interventions. During her free time, Juliana enjoys scuba diving, traveling, and spending time with her loved ones.