Current Graduate Students

 

CURRENT GRADUATE STUDENTS

Rachel Heatherly, M.S.

Rachel is a fifth-year student in the Counseling Psychology doctoral program at the University of Florida. She is from Travelers Rest, South Carolina and earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Lander University in 2012. Her general research interests include the development of sexual attitudes and behaviors across the lifespan. Currently, she is exploring the efficacy of sexually explicit videos as intervention methods for enhancing sexual functioning in women. Her clinical interests include trauma, mood disorders, emotion regulation, and she incorporates humanistic and interpersonal perspectives when working with clients. When she has free time, she enjoys reading, attempting to do yoga, traveling, and spending quality time with her friends and dog!

Hannah Warshowsky, B.S.

Hannah is a third-year student in the Counseling Psychology doctoral program at the University of Florida. She is from Melbourne Beach, FL and earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology at UF in 2014. Her research interests include improving sexual functioning and the orgasm gap. Her clinical interests include group therapy settings, trauma, multicultural competence, and mindfulness-based interventions. Hannah is also passionate about traveling, dancing, exploring nature, and spending quality time with friends and family.

Juliana Guitelman, B.S.

Juliana is a second-year student in the Counseling Psychology doctoral program at the University of Florida. She is from Buenos Aires, Argentina and earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology at UF in 2015. Her research interests include female sexual functioning, the orgasm gap, and bibliotherapy interventions. During her free time, Juliana enjoys scuba diving, traveling, and spending time with her loved ones.  ​

 

Milan Raiford, B.S.

Milan is a first-year student in the Counseling Psychology doctoral program at the University of Florida. She is from Greenacres, Florida and earned her undergraduate degrees in Psychology and Women’s Studies at UF in 2016. Her research interests include cultural factors on sexual attitudes, reclaiming healthy sexuality after an assault, and sex education. Milan can be found watching thriller movies and cooking vegan meals.