INTEGRATING MEDIA INTO THE PROMOTION OF MENTAL HEALTH
You have probably arrived here from an email of mine—otherwise, I appreciate your happenstance passing through. That email was interesting enough to get you this far, so the social psychologists say I have a shot.
Hi, my is Brent Urbanski. I am interested in pursing a graduate education in Clinical Psychology. My boilerplate interest story blends early-life experience, great professors, and an inherent allure behind human idiosyncrasy. There is honestly little more captivating than working out the details behind the most ubiquitous yet complex system in existence. Although, I am likely preaching to the choir.
Before you learn anymore about me, I would like to make a commitment to you—and, honestly, to myself. I, Brent, commit to you, the reader, an assurance that I will push my hardest to bring divergent research and innovative methods to the world of abnormal psychology. Now, shall we continue on?
You have now seen my research interests. Let me tell you about my personal vision.
I see good research as an opportunity to connect ideas from analogous disciplines. Since Clinical Psychology is fundamentally a research program, I see it as an applied amalgamation of our knowledge on human-kind. We use divergent ideas to concoct treatments for psychopathology, ultimately, to enable human flourishing. Hence, I believe that the strongest clinical researchers will be those who embrace eclecticism.
Please take a stroll through my website.