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Psychology Faculty Profiles


Jenny Wettersten, MA, LP, (Program Coordinator)
218-322-2437 | jenny.wettersten@itascacc.edu

Jenny Wettersten received her Master of Arts in Counseling and Psychological Services in 1995 from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota and Bachelor of Science degree from Bemidji State University. Jenny is a licensed psychologist and has practiced psychology in Grand Rapids, MN since 1995. Jenny joined the ICC Applied Psychology and Human Services program as a full-time faculty in the fall of 2011, previously serving as an adjunct faculty both at ICC and at Arrowhead University Center. Jenny teaches a variety of classes, including Learning & Cognition, Group Processes, Introduction to Human Services, Abnormal Psychology, Introduction to Chemical Dependency, Basic Interviewing & Helping Skills, and General Psychology. Jenny enjoys spending time with family, canoe-camping in the BWCAW, hiking & cross country skiing, doing projects, and being outdoors, especially with her dogs and horses.

 

Jackie MacPherson, PhD, LP
218-322-2423 | jackie.macpherson@itascacc.edu

Jackie completed her Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degree in psychology and Doctorate of Philosophy degree in clinical psychology at the University of North Dakota. She started at ICC in 1999 and teaches various courses such as General Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, and Human Sexuality. As a licensed psychologist, Jackie also has a private practice involving conducting court-related evaluations. Jackie enjoys getting outside and walking the trails with her dog.

Instructor Jackie MacPherson

Marlo Gangi, MA
218-322-2446 | marlo.gangi@itascacc.edu

Marlo earned her Master of Arts in Educational Psychology (School Counseling specialty) from the University of Minnesota-Duluth in 1996. In 1994, Marlo earned her Bachelor of Arts in psychology from the College of St. Scholastica. Marlo is a licensed middle and secondary school counselor. She worked as a school counselor in a St. Paul middle school for a number of years before moving back to northern Minnesota. She has been serving as a part-time instructor at ICC since 2008. Marlo teaches Human Growth & Development, General Psychology, and Group Processes. Besides spending time with her husband and kids, Marlo especially enjoys cross country skiing, road and mountain biking, spending time at the cabin, and doing projects around the house.