Shivonne Nixon

IMAC students have gone on to do great things. Here are some of their stories and comments.

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"I am forever grateful to IMAC for providing me with the opportunity to pursue my degree at Acadia University in Nova Scotia, Canada in 2007.  The Bachelors Degree that I earned with a major in Psychology and a minor in Sociology gave me the necessary experience and qualifications to be able to return to Cayman to become part of the Children and Youth Services Foundation family, where I have been working for 2 years as a Residential Support Worker at Frances Bodden Girls Home. The joy and gratification that I have felt during my time there has been a reward within itself. In the near future, I plan to pursue my Masters in Clinical or Counselling Psychology. IMAC gave me the chance to begin my future and I thank them."

Updates:
September 2014 - Shivonne Nixon is currently studying for a Masters in Clinical Psychology in Baltimore at Loyola University, Maryland.

September 2017: Further to her initial degree in Psychology at Acadia University, she has recently graduated from Loyola with a  Masters degree in Clinical Psychology. She will now work on obtaining her licensure to become a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

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