Dr. Bryony Kay is an assistant professor in psychology. She has worked with different age groups ranging from 8-21 in prisons, residential communities and schools. She is a clinical counsler and mostly focuses on emotional difficulties. She has taught in a Muslim school in Africa as well as teaching in Greece.
Q: Do you feel that you are adjusting to
A: Yes. It is a wonderful place. There is a great sense of community which is lovely.
Q: What have you learned since starting?
A: Technology. Students are more technologically aware which makes me as well.
Q: How did you become interested in your field?
A: My father was a psychologist. I grew up in a family of psychologists. One Flew Over
the Cuckoo’s Nest had a deep impact on me. It showed me how much needed to be changed.
Q: What are your interests?
A: My family and my kids. I like traveling to Europe, Amnesty International and reading crime novels with a cup of tea.
Q: Do you have any advice for students?
A: Really enjoy learning not just for yourself but what you can learn for the rest of the community. This is a precious time of life to learn. To learn not only about oneself, but also about what we can do for others.