Mary Moussa Rogers, M.A.

RIT Clinical Psychology Intern

Mary Moussa Rogers, M.A.

RIT Clinical Psychology Intern

Mary Moussa Rogers is a first-generation college student, Lebanese American, and Ph.D graduate student at Mississippi State University. Her research focuses on the context (i.e., family, culture) of health risk behavior and impulsivity as well as preventative methods. Her dissertation was the first accepted proposal for Psi Chi’s Network for International Collaborative Exchange crowdsourcing program. She has also received a master’s degree in clinical psychology from Western Carolina University and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of North Carolina. Mary has clinical experience working with children, families, and young adults and prides herself on being an advocate for her clients. In her free time, Mary enjoys volunteering with local Black Lives Matter groups, playing video games, and learning new languages.