Assistant Training Director
Dr. Angela Laygo is a licensed Clinical Psychologist with over 8 years in the mental health field and is currently the clinical lead at the Department of Correction’s Mental Health Unit. She has a doctorate in clinical psychology from the American School of Professional Psychology. Dr. Laygo has experience in inpatient and outpatient settings providing therapy and conducting psychological evaluations. She has worked with a wide range of mental health issues such as anxiety and depression, as well as severe psychiatric disorders including schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
Dr. Mary Katherine Fegurgur is the Program Director for the Guam Psychology Internship Consortium and clinical lead at the Guam Behavioral Health and Wellness Center. Dr. Fegurgur, MSW, Psy.D. is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist (CP-42) with over 40 years of experience in social work and psychology fields working with children, couples, families, and individuals with serious mental illnesses. Dr. Fegurgur graduated from San Diego State University with Master’s in Social Work and doctorate degree in psychology with emphasis in marriage and family therapy from California School of Professional Psychology, San Diego. In addition to the wealth of clinical experiences and trainings, Dr. Fegurgur taught/supervised graduate students at the University of Guam as a tenured and associate professor for 10 years.
Psychology Resident & Adjunct Faculty
Dr. Alan Butler is adjunct faculty at the Guam Psychology Internship Consortium and currently working on post-doctoral hours for licensure as a clinical psychologist. He completed his doctoral studies in clinical psychology at Antioch University, Seattle with an elective focus in health psychology. Dr. Butler’s pre-internship experience focused on psychological interventions for individuals admitted to nursing homes and psychological assessment in community mental health for individuals with developmental disabilities. Dr. Butler’s clinical interests include indigenous psychology, cultural formulations/interventions, and relational-cultural therapy.