Susan McCammon, Ph.D. The University of South Carolina is where I earned my doctoral degree in Clinical-Community Psychology, and I completed my Internship in the Vanderbilt-Peabody Program in Professional Psychology in Nashville, TN. I recently retired from East Carolina University and relocated to western North Carolina. At ECU I taught in the Department of Psychology, and helped to develop a doctoral program in Health Psychology, with concentrations in Clinical Health, and Pediatric School Psychology. I was the Chair of the Department of Psychology for five years. I have been fortunate to contribute to the training of many psychological associates and psychologists through my teaching at ECU, and consultation and work in the community mental health system. I served as a member and as chair of the American Psychological Association Task Force on Serious Mental Illness/Serious Emotional Disturbance, which provided the opportunity to play an active role in helping to focus attention of psychologists and of APA to the needs of people with serious mental illness and children/youth with serious emotional problems. I am loving being in Western North Carolina, where my husband is learning to fly fish, and we get to explore the mountains, and host family and friends who come to visit. It is a privilege to be associated with my dedicated colleagues at Sylva Clinical Associates. I work part-time; my focus is providing clinical interviewing and psychological testing for applicants seeking support through North Carolina Disability Determination Services.