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    Tracey Mohr “Williams-Mystic taught me to think in a different and more exploratory way.”
     
     
     

    THEN:

    Williams-Mystic Spring 2005
    Connecticut College ’06: Psychology major
    Williams-Mystic Skill:  Blacksmithing
    Maritime Policy Research: Lobsters and Whales in a Catch 22: The Intricate Issues of Lobster Trap Regulation and Right Whale Conservation in Maine

    NOW:

    Tracey Mohr is a Primary Care Psychologist in a Family Medicine Department.

    BETWEEN THEN AND NOW:

    After college Tracey pursued graduate studies in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Health.

    WHY WILLIAMS-MYSTIC?

    “One of the key things that I took away from Williams-Mystic is a strong interdisciplinary approach. I began to see connections between systems, organisms and their environment, and to consider opposing sides to the same issue. The research projects I completed during the Program also strengthened my research skill set, which improved my resume and leveraged me into a better place when applying for graduate school. Most of all, the integrative style that I learned at Williams-Mystic is what I bring to my current career, where I use cognitive and behavioral theories, principles and skills to help people with chronic medical conditions improve their quality of life and well-being.”