DIRECTOR, LICENSED PSYCHOLOGIST
Jihad's clinical interests include training and supervision, conflict mediation, community violence, multiculturalism, African-American men's issues, and leadership development.
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR FOR CLINICAL SERVICES
Caroline’s clinical interests include relationship concerns, family of origin issues, trauma, multicultural issues, and perinatal depression.
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR FOR TRAINING, LICENSED PSYCHOLOGIST
Megan's clinical interests include attachment and relationship concerns, identity development, multicultural and LGBTQIA+ issues, trauma, group therapy, and supervision/training.
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR - MCV CAMPUS, LICENSED PSYCHOLOGIST
Miki's clinical interests include wellness of students in the health professions, anxiety, grief and loss, depression, LGBTQ concerns, and incorporating mindfulness into therapy.
Sandy’s clinical interests are BIPOC considerations, couples, LGBTQIA+, racial identity development, religion/spirituality, social justice concerns, and substance use/recovery.
Staff Clinician, Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Lorin’s clinical interests include: disordered eating, anxiety, perfectionism, interpersonal trauma, identity exploration, religion/spirituality, adjustment concerns, veterans concerns, women’s issues, group therapy and ADHD.
STAFF PSYCHOLOGIST, LICENSED PSYCHOLOGIST, COORDINATOR FOR GROUPS
Christina’s clinical interests include interpersonal trauma, disordered eating, borderline personality features, and anxiety.
STAFF CLINICIAN, LICENSED PROFESSIONAL COUNSELOR
Tonya’s clinical interests include working with health care students and focusing on life transition and adjustment issues, substance use concerns, grief, anxiety, depression, stress management, and career / work related issues
My clinical approach is informed by person-centered and narrative theories. My goal is to work collaboratively with clients to develop an understanding of their strengths, their narratives, and their agency to author or reauthor those narratives in ways that feel true to who they are. I take a multicultural approach in understanding how a client’s identities, their experiences, or outside systems impact and are shaped by these narratives.
STAFF PSYCHOLOGIST, LICENSED PSYCHOLOGIST, PRACTICUM COORDINATOR
Chad’s clinical interests include multiculturalism, racial identity development, clinical issues among African American/Black Diaspora/& Persons of color, first-gen students, International students, family of origin issues, social justice, racial trauma and trauma-focused therapy.
STAFF PSYCHOLOGIST, SEXUAL ASSAULT SPECIALIST, OUTREACH COORDINATOR, LICENSED PSYCHOLOGIST
Christine's interests include gender based violence (sexual violence, dating violence, stalking, harrassment), existential concerns, chronic physical illness and disability, community engagement and prevention practices, trauma, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, relationship concerns, training and supervision, identity concerns.
Daniella's clinical interests include anxiety, trauma, relationship concerns, grief, identity exploration, ACOA, group therapy and graduate and health sciences students.
STAFF CLINICIAN, LICENSED CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER
Kristi's clinical interests include trauma, working with Axis II disorders, group therapy, grief, and multicultural issues.
STAFF PSYCHOLOGIST AND CLINICAL COORDINATOR, LICENSED PSYCHOLOGIST
Laura’s clinical interests include working with pre-professional and graduate students, adjustment to physical health problems, perfectionism, depression, anxiety, LGBTQIA+ issues, and relationship concerns.
STAFF PSYCHOLOGIST, LICENSED PSYCHOLOGIST
Abey Muthoni’s clinical interests include Black diaspora issues, immigrant and international student issues, racial and ethnic minority issues, intercultural issues, identity exploration, life transition and adjustment concerns, family of origin and relationship concerns, faith/spirituality, trauma, grief and loss, and academic and job-related concerns. Abey Muthoni is also passionate about cultural diversity issues and strives to learn and put into practice culturally-responsive ways that she can best support students as they explore their intersecting cultural identities and related systems of power and oppression.
CLINICAL CASE MANAGER
Natalie's clinical interests include anxiety, adjustment concerns, trauma, first generation students, expressive interventions & somatic (mind/body) interventions.