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Rachel Cruickshank

Psychology Intern Extraordinaire

A Little Bit About Rachel...

I am going into my senior year at the University of Massachusetts Amherst! I am getting my bachelors degree in psychology, and a minor in education, as well as sociology. I love taking walks on the beach at sunset, and eating pizza! I love to laugh and make the best out of everything.


WHY DID YOU WANT TO WORK WITH INSPIRED?

I am so grateful for the opportunity I was given to work with such a great team at Inspired! Everyone here is so welcoming and comfortable to be around. I am very passionate about working with teenagers, and particularly anxiety and depression. The therapy offered through Inspired is amazing and I am so excited to get more familiar with it!


CREDENTIALS:

Massasoit Community College (2017-2019)

University of Massachusetts Amherst (present-2021)


RELEVANT PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE:

I have been babysitting ages 3-16 for several years now. I help kids with anxiety, as well as children on the autism spectrum. I am in two clubs at school relevant to psychology. One is called “Active Minds” as well as “Psychology and Diversity”. 


RANDOM FUN FACTS ABOUT ME:

  • I have 3 other siblings, I am about to be 21 and am a middle child.

  • Coconut water as well as coffee make my day go round!

 

Best Goal:

To have a happy healthy family of my own some day!

Best Habit:

Helping others

Best Reason to be Happy: 

My family and friends are all healthy

Best Legal Route to Joy:

Going out to eat!

Best Flaw: 

Putting others first always

Best Accomplishment:

Getting accepted into Umass’s Psychology program!

Best Motto:

“Even the darkest night will end and the sun will rise”.

Best Under-Appreciated Skill:

Doing so many things at once!

720 Washington Street

Hanover, MA 02339

 

cheryl@inspiredne.com

Tel: 781-924-7171

Fax: 855-230-5758

"Day one or one day. You choose."

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