Student Trainees

Jasmin Barrett is a clinical psychology doctoral student at Seattle Pacific University working under Dr. Kelly Johnson at UWAC. She received her bachelor’s degrees in psychology and early childhood and family studies from the University of Washington in 2021. Jasmin is particularly passionate about family systems and children’s psychological development. Outside of school she enjoys bouldering, reading and a good cup of coffee.
Taylor DeMotta is a 4th year clinical psychology doctoral student at Seattle Pacific University. Her hometown is Honolulu, Hawaii and she previously earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology at the University of Washington. Taylor will be at the UW Autism Center this year as a practicum student learning and participating in diagnostic evaluations. In her free time, she enjoys practicing yoga, water activities, and walking her dog, Rory.

Miles Feller-Mende is from Salt Lake City, Utah and loves traveling, backpacking, and most water sports. His experience as a counselor for Juvenile Rehabilitation inspired him to pursue advanced graduate studies and clinical practice in psychology at Seattle Pacific University. Miles prioritizes families, community, language, and culture for interrupting unjust systemic factors experienced by marginalized identities.

Clara Johnson is a 4th year child clinical psychology doctoral student at the University of Washington, Seattle. Clara received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Spanish at Trinity University and worked at the National Center for PTSD for three years before beginning her graduate degree. Clara is interested in decreasing the barriers for children and family to seek mental health assessment and treatment services and has clinical experience with behavior therapies for autism spectrum disorder and cognitive behavioral therapies for posttraumatic stress disorder, anxiety, depression, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder for kids and families.
Amie Kang is a counseling psychology PhD student at Boston College and a practicum student working with Dr. Greenson at UWAC. Amie received her bachelor’s degree in psychology at UC Berkeley and her master’s in education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She enjoys working with families and has a strong interest in understanding the influence of culture and context on human development. Outside of school and work, Amie enjoys spending time with her family, including her energetic two-year-old.
Jeep Madison M.A., CCC-SLP is a licensed and ASHA certified speech-language pathologist. He received his M.A. degree in Speech Language Pathology at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, MA after receiving his undergraduate degree at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. He is currently a PhD student at the University of Washington. Jeep began his professional career in southern California as a school-based SLP while taking on the role as “Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) specialist” for the Moreno Valley School District. With a concerted effort to explore the field of speech pathology, he has worked as an SLP in home health, outpatient clinics, hospitals, and skilled nursing facilities. Jeep is committed to providing patient-centered culturally appropriate services to clients and families to optimize outcomes in communication and recovery. Though he enjoys all aspects of the field, Jeep has a partiality for autism and TBI recovery. Outside of the clinic, Jeep can be found exploring new hobbies, used bookstores, national parks, and attending music festivals.
Taniyah Roach is a doctoral student studying clinical psychology at Seattle Pacific University. Currently, Taniyah is a practicum student at UWAC and works under Dr. Greenson. She received her Bachelor of Arts in psychology from University of Nevada, Reno. Since then, she’s had roles on both the clinical and research side in the field. She is passionate about working with children and families. Her clinical interest are in: Autism Spectrum Disorder, neuropsychology, neurodevelopmental disorders, fetal alcohol spectrum disorders, prenatal drug exposure, parent-child interaction, and evidence-based interventions for children and their families.

Former UWAC Trainees