Bre-Ann Slay, MA, LPC, is a Doctoral Student at the University of Denver’s Graduate School of Professional Psychology. She practices psychotherapy with a specialization in infant and early childhood mental health, child/adolescent psychotherapy, and psychological assessment. She has a BA in psychology from Oakland University and a Master's Degree in forensic psychology from the University of Denver. Ms. Slay has been involved in student government since starting graduate school, and served as the GSAPP President. In her time on student government, she led several diversity initiatives, such as A Seat at the Table, Diversity Dialogues, and a Black Lives Matter creative piece for the GSPP entryway. Ms. Slay enjoys working within the justice system with juveniles as well as advocating for diversity and multicultural inclusiveness.
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