(Counseling Psychology, University of Pennsylvania, 1988)
Jeri has a second master's degree in community health and is interested in wellness issues. Her other interests include ethics, sexual violence, women's issues, student development and spirituality. She takes an integrative approach combining developmental, humanistic and cognitive behavioral theories.
(Counseling Psychology, University of St. Thomas, 2005)
Deb integrates developmental, psychodynamic, and cognitive-behavioral theory in her approach to counseling. Her professional interests include eating disorders, grief and loss, trauma, sexual identity development, and clinical supervision.
(M.A., Personality Psychology, American University, 2004; Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, Loyola University Maryland, 2009)
Miriam approaches therapy from an integrative perspective, utilizing concepts and strategies from interpersonal, psychodynamic, developmental and mindfulness-based theories. Her professional interests include anxiety disorders, trauma, women’s issues, spirituality, and cross-cultural dynamics in therapy.
(Counseling Psychology, University of Minnesota, 1997)
Steve's professional interests include faith and spirituality, wellness and life balance, career issues, ethics and academic psychology.
(Counseling Psychology, University of Akron, 2011)
Jennifer approaches therapy from an integrative perspective, incorporating elements of developmental, psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral and mindfulness-based theories. Her professional interests include identity development, interpersonal relationships, depression and anxiety, group therapy and clinical supervision.