The graduates of California Southern University are a diverse and successful group of accomplished individuals. They represent a wide variety of professions and educational experiences, they also share the challenges of balancing careers, personal lives, and education.
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Inge Guen, PsyD
My CalSouthern Experience
I went back to get my doctorate at California Southern University so that I could work more effectively with our wounded warriors at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. I received the best education at CalSouthern. The curriculum in the PsyD program compares favorably with that of any university—and I have done comparisons. I apply that knowledge in working with these courageous soldiers, something I intend to do for the rest of my professional career. I truly have found my calling in comforting and healing the spirits of these heroes. It is a profound honor and privilege to be part of their lives, as well as their healing process.
Articles featuring Dr. Inge Guen:
- Dr. Inge Guen: Clinical Psychologist, Philanthropist—and Inspiration
- Dr. Inge Guen Organizes Dinner for Wounded Warriors
- A Hero Serving Heroes
Dr. Inge Guen is a clinical psychologist and philanthropist who is known nationally for her work with America’s wounded warriors. She cares for severely injured service men and women through the American Red Cross’s Service to the Armed Forces program at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. She is a dedicated fundraiser to support the care of wounded service members, and a passionate advocate for issues related to their care; she is a frequent speaker at events and in the media on these issues. Dr. Guen is also vice president of a consulting firm that provides management services to national and international medical societies.
In recognition of her work, in 2011 Dr. Guen was awarded the prestigious Ellen Hardin Walworth Medal for Patriotism by the Daughters of the American Revolution. And more recently, she was “coined” (a traditional military honor) by Lieutenant General Patricia Horoho, the U.S. Army Surgeon General and Commanding General of the U.S. Army Medical Command, in recognition of Dr. Guen’s clinical work and fundraising activities.