Dr. Tiffany Schiffner '02
Dr. Tiffany Schiffner's presentation on Thursday, November 15 was titled "'I'm just a guy!': Mexican American college students' constructions of masculinity and sexual health benefits". The Speakers Series is sponsored by the Psychology Department, Psi Chi, and the J. William and Katherine C. Asher Endowed Research Fund.
After graduating from DePauw in 2002, Ms. Schiffner attended graduate school at The University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign and obtained both her master's degree (2004) and doctoral degree (2008) from the Counseling Psychology Program. She then attended Duke University's Counseling Center to complete both her internship and postdoctoral clinical training. Dr. Schiffner then worked at the University of Central Florida as a Staff Psychologist at their Counseling Center for 2 years. Currently, she has been in a group private practice for about 1 year doing assesment and testing for disability services. She is also adjunct faculty at Rollins College, University of Central Florida and The University of the Rockies and teaches Child and Adolescent Psychology, Multicultural Counseling, Human Sexuality, Counseling Skills, and Practicum (serving as practicum supervisor for the students in a masters mental health program). She is also a committee member for a former student's master's thesis and is active with many APA division organizations such as Div 17, 45 and with the National Latina/o Psychological Association.