Staff

Charles BealeCharles L. Beale, Ed.D.
Director and Psychologist
Theoretical Orientation: Integrative.
Special Areas of Interest: The delivery of effective collegiate mental health for a growing student population seeking services.

Hsiu-Hui ChenHsiu-Hui Chen, Ph.D.
Psychologist
Theoretical Orientation: Multicultural Feminism; Psychodynamic.
Special Areas of Interest: Anxiety; depression; grief; trauma; relationship concerns; social justice; bi-lingual therapy; training and supervision.

Deb CohenDeb Cohen, Ph.D.
Assistant Director, Senior Psychologist
Theoretical Orientation: Integrative and tends to be active. Interventions may include cbt, use of metaphor, humor, imagery, mindfulness, biofeedback, shame-busting, nurturing compassion, and addressing readiness for change.
Special Areas of Interest: Anxiety, self-exploration, LGBTQ+ issues, managing the dilemmas of self-acceptance and change, supervision, training, and use of technology in counseling centers.

Jeremy CohenJeremy Cohen, Ph.D.
Psychologist
Theoretical Orientation: Integration of cognitive-behavioral and interpersonal.
Special Areas of Interest: Anxiety, depression, LGBTQ+ issues, and identity development.

Cynthia DiefenbeckCynthia Diefenbeck, Psy.D., APRN, BC
Psychiatric Advanced Practice Nurse
Theoretical Orientation: Psychodynamic orientation within a developmental and biopsychosocial framework.
Special Areas of Interest: Anxiety disorders, mood disorders, life transitions and identity development, grief, trauma, family issues and relationships.

Lauren DumontLauren Dumont, M.S.
Doctoral Intern
Theoretical Orientation: Integration of interpersonal, cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic approaches.
Special Areas of Interest: Life transitions, anxiety, family issues, couples/relationship concerns, identity and career development, eating disorders, and diversity issues.

Zachary ElisonZachary Elison, M.S.
Doctoral Intern
Theoretical Orientation: Integration of Interpersonal Process, Humanistic, and Mindfulness-based perspectives.
Special Areas of Interest: Anxiety, depression, identity development, life transitions, and grief.

Valerie FaureValerie Faure, Psy.D.
Psychologist
Theoretical Orientation: Relationally-oriented, using interpersonal process, psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral techniques.
Special Areas of Interest: identity concerns and development, working with the LGBTQ+ population, relationship concerns, group counseling and training/supervision.

Susan FolgerSusan Folger, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow
Theoretical Orientation: Integration of interpersonal process of dialectical and cognitive behavior therapy, within a feminist framework.
Special Areas of Interest: women’s issues, interpersonal violence, identity development, grief and loss, group counseling.

Julie K. GarsonJulie K. Garson, Psy.D.
Psychologist
Theoretical Orientation: Integrative.
Special Areas of Interest: Mindfulness, anxiety and depression, relationship issues, supervision and training.

Michele Juarez-HuffakerMichele Juarez-Huffaker, Ph.D.
Outreach Coordinator, Psychologist
Theoretical Orientation: Integrative.
Special Areas of Interest: Anxiety, depression, life transitions, identity issues, eating disorders, and relationship issues.

Richard S. KingsleyRichard S. Kingsley, M.D.
Psychiatrist
Theoretical Orientation: Biopsychosocial in which psychiatric evaluation and medication management occur with an understanding of the client’s intrapsychic, interpersonal and social contexts.
Special Areas of Interest: ADHD, anxiety disorders, mood disorders, and learning disorders.

Laura KortzLaura Kortz, M.L.S., M.A.
Doctoral Intern
Theoretical Orientation: Integrative: person centered foundation, incorporating elements of feminist, multicultural, existential and cognitive behavioral approaches depending on client’s needs and preference.
Special Areas of Interest: Immigration and acculturation, life transitions, relationships, loss and grief, career exploration and decision-making, anxiety, depression.

Mary Anne M. LacourMary Anne M. Lacour, Ph.D.
Assistant Director, Clinical Coordinator, Senior Psychologist
Theoretical Orientation: Psychodynamic, Feminist, Attachment focused.
Special Areas of Interest: Training/supervision, spirituality, self-care, sexual assault, grief, body image, sexual orientation, and resilience.

Sharon LeeSharon Lee, Ph.D.
Psychologist
Theoretical Orientation: Cognitive-behavioral theoretical orientation with an integration of humanistic, feminist, and a multicultural framework.
Special Areas of Interest: Multicultural issues, vocational/career development, body image and eating concerns, and anxiety/mood disorders.

Yujia LeiYujia Lei, M.S.
Doctoral Intern
Theoretical Orientation: Integration of humanistic, psychodynamic, interpersonal approaches within a multicultural framework.
Special Areas of Interest: depression and anxiety, relationship issues ,identity development, multicultural/diversity issues, international students concerns.

Katie LindnerKatie Lindner, Psy.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow
Theoretical Orientation: Integration of interpersonal, existential, and cognitive-behavioral therapy within a multicultural framework.
Special Areas of Interest: Identity development, existential concerns, diversity issues, relationship concerns, training and supervision.

Mark MasonMark Mason, Ph.D.
Group Coordinator, Psychologist
Theoretical Orientation: Integration of humanistic, psychodynamic, and multicultural approaches.
Special Areas of Interest: Group therapy, career development, mindfulness, LGBTQIA, family issues and relationships.

Roberta MoloffRoberta Moloff, M.D.
Psychiatrist
Theoretical Orientation: Biopsychosocial model; psychiatric evaluation and medication management are provided with an understanding and appreciation for the client’s intrapsychic, interpersonal and social context.
Special Areas of Interest: Mood disorders, anxiety disorders, ADHD, sleep disorders.

Kelly OzambelaKelly Ozambela, Ph.D.
Psychologist
Theoretical Orientation: Integration of biopsychosocial, psychodynamic, existential, interpersonal process, and mind-body therapies in a multicultural framework.
Special Areas of Interest: Identity, existential concerns, relationships and family, diversity issues, coping and management of health concerns, consultation, and training and supervision.

Jillian RosatiJillian Rosati, Psy.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow
Theoretical Orientation: Integrative.
Special Areas of Interest: Grief and loss, family and relationship issues, identity development, group therapy, LGBTQ+ issues, and training and supervision.

Karen TsukadaKaren Tsukada, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Coordinator, Psychologist
Theoretical Orientation: Interpersonal, psychodynamic and feminist approaches within a multicultural framework.
Special Areas of Interest: Identity development, diversity issues, women’s issues, body image, group therapy, training and supervision.

Brad WolgastBrad Wolgast, Ph.D., CBSM
Associate Director, Internship Coordinator, Senior Psychologist
Theoretical Orientation: Interpersonal process model of therapy, influenced by CBT and dynamic theories of treatment.
Special Areas of Interest: Diagnosis of sleep problems, anxiety, family issues, and training new psychologists.

Kimberly ZahmKimberly Zahm, Ph.D.
Referral Coordinator, Psychologist
Theoretical Orientation: Integrative (primarily psychodynamic and interpersonal).
Special Areas of Interest: supervision/training, identity development, career development, relationship issues (including family of origin), body image, eating disorders, prenatal/postnatal adjustment, and group counseling.