APA-approved Predoctoral Internship — University of Wisconsin-Madison Counseling & Consultation Services
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Counseling & Counseling Psychology — Arizona State University
Postdoctoral Fellowship — The Family Institute at Northwestern University
Advanced training in Gottman Couples Therapy
M.S. in General Psychology — DePaul University
B.S. in Psychology — Iowa State University
B.S. in Sociology — Iowa State University
Dr. Pryor is the Managing Associate Editor of the forthcoming Encyclopedia of Couple and Family Therapy (Springer), and serves on the editorial board for Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development (Taylor & Francis). She is the Programming Chair of the Society of Couple and Family Psychology (APA Division 43), and Co-Chair of the Membership Committee for the Illinois Association of Couple and Family Counselors (IACFC). In her spare time, Dr. Pryor also serves as a Disaster Mental Health volunteer with the American Red Cross.
Dr. Pryor specializes in research and treatment of high-achieving individuals who struggle with perfectionistic thoughts and behaviors like crippling self-doubt, chronic disappointment in personal performance, self-sabotage and interpersonal difficulties. She has presented and published both nationally and internationally on these topics, and is solicited as an expert speaker on the unique mental health needs of perfectionistic university students and high-achieving professionals — like attorneys, university faculty etc.