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Caps staff

Laura L. Wagner, M. Gregory R. Waitkoff, Psy. Clinical Orientation: Integrative with application- Interpersonal; Psychodynamic; Existential; Cognitive Behavioral Clinical Interest Areas: Change of life transitions and adjustment; mood-related disorders depression, anxiety, anger, etc. Andrew O'Neall, Psy. Clinical Orientation: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy; Mindfulness, Couple and other Relationship Therapy; Psychological Triage Clinical Interest Areas: Inclusive perspectives first and foremost in working with individuals from all backgrounds, Talk therapy from integrative perspectives, Logical positivist perspectives on individual functioning, Identity development, Nonjudgmental awareness, Mindfulness as a set of practices beyond talking about problems and self, Values based interventions including discussion of perspectives such as individual experiences and contexts, faith, and other personal values or beliefs.

I also consider myself to be a movie buff! Additional Information: I enjoy being active and spending time outdoors. I value the ability to provide a safe, welcoming setting to allow clients to focus on their clinical needs and goals. Check out our Staff Spotlight playlist on YouTube for videos about our staff. Trauma recovery, Health psychology, Sports and performance psychology.

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I am married, a mother of three teens and dog mom to an English Springer Spaniel and Boxer. My approaches to counseling are centered on understanding cultural and systemic contexts and helping students to work towards the things they value most in life.

Jennifer Morales, M. Clinical Orientation: Humanistic, Client-Centered model as foundation of therapeutic approach with eclectic skills and tools to adapt to client needs. I am rather social and highly value my relationships with others, so I enjoy using technology to expand and maintain my social circle across several states and even countries.

I am passionate about doing diversity work both in-and-out of session and enjoy continuing to develop in social justice advocacy. Rebecca Sprague. Karen Westfall Collier, M. Clinical Orientation: Cognitive Behavioral, Interpersonal Process, Skill building Clinical Interest Areas: Anxiety and stress, trauma, sport and performance psychology and athletic identity, Adjusting to life transitions graduating, entering school, retirement.

Clinical Orientation: Childhood development Clinical Interest Areas: Pediatrics; Pulmonary Pediatrics; family centered care; advocacy; diverse populations; patient health and wellness education; and family relationships. Luis J. Balcazar Jr. Clinical Orientation: Solution Focused Therapy; Internal Family Systems; Mindfulness; Strengths Perspective; Systems Theory Clinical Interest Areas: Identity Development issues race, ethnicity, cultural, gender, sexual orientation ; Diversity issues including racial, ethnic, cultural, sexual orientation, spiritual; and gender differences and affiliation ; Mood-related disorders depression, anxiety, anger, etc.

Clinical Interest Areas: I am interested in working with LGBTQ and gender expansive clients, working with chronic suicidality, trauma, and co-occurring substance use disorder. I also enjoy fencing, archery, and hiking when I have the time.

See our FAQs. When home I like to cook and spend time with my cat. Bethany Foerg, M. Additional Information: I am a nature lover and bird watcher. Nazeer Naz T. Zerka II, M. Clinical Orientation: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy CBTstrengths based, and solutions focused therapies, while also understanding the systems that exist in leading the student to my office. Chase Dudine, M. Clinical Orientation: Cognitive Behavioral and Humanistic, integrated with strengths-based and mindfulness approaches Clinical Interest Areas: Depression; anxiety; relationship difficulties; grief and loss; crisis intervention; stress management; couples; anger management; group therapy; and video games and mental health.

Psychology Interns in Health Service Psychology. Interested in hearing more from our CAPS clinicians? Julianna Troy, M. Clinical Orientation: Psychodynamic and Cognitive-Behavioral Clinical Interest Areas: Psychopharmacology; anxiety disorders; mood disorders; post-traumatic stress disorder; psychotic disorders; substance abuse; and ADHD. Additional Information: I enjoy in my free time playing video games, card games, and generally all things nerdy.

Clinical Interest Areas: I love working with my fellow students of Color and student athletes BUT working with folks on the Autism spectrum is my one interest. I hope to promote students to develop their social, academic, and developmental goals during this exciting time of their life. Therapy that is sensitive to spiritual issues will be provided upon request. I have extensive experience providing mental health evaluations, substance use assessments, and parenting assessments in as community provider. I also emphasize a strong bond and safe place to talk with every student.

Kyle Kittleson, Psy. Maime Butler, M. Natalie H. Clinical Orientation: Existential with utilization of CBT techniques Clinical Interest Areas: Depression, anxiety, suicidality, substance use and process addictions, social anxiety, schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder, bipolar disorder, grief and loss, life cycle transitions. I really value my relationships with others and feel honored in my work to help students develop their relationships with themselves and others.

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I am originally from Taiwan and came here for school as an international student. Liaison Relationships: Black Cultural Center. Together, we can. For hobbies I loves camping, nature and reading. Outside of my work as a therapist I enjoy making homemade greeting cards, performing one woman re-enactments of my favorite musicals, enjoying quality time with family and friends, and cuddling with my cats. Nancy L. Badger, Ph. Additional Information: I am partially sighted and use a guide dog.

Additional Information: Hello! Jonathan Ishoy, M. Michelle Lehman, M. Jerome "Jerry" L. Mattern, M. Clinical Orientation: Cognitive behavioral therapy; strengths perspective; systems theory; interpersonal communication skill building Clinical Interest Areas: Crisis management; adjustment to changes in employment and related circumstances; career counseling; identification of community and Internet resources; communication skills training; anxiety and mood disorder interventions; panic disorder and recovery from trauma; ADHD; Autism Spectrum Disorder; and other school related difficulties.

In my free time I enjoy camping and hiking and I am a kayaking enthusiast. Christopher Hanes, Ph. Indiana University Ph. Additional Information: I spend my free time with family, running, watching sports, and supporting all things Pittsburgh Steelers.

Specializations include identity development concerns for all areas of dimensions listed above; mood and anxiety related disorders; grief and trauma; interpersonal and relational concerns; phase of life; and self-care management.

Our services

In my free time, I enjoy cooking, watching basketball games, and spending time with my family and friends. Clinical Orientation: Psychodynamic; Cognitive-Behavioral Clinical Interest Areas: Psychopharmacology; anxiety disorders; post-traumatic stress disorder; mood disorders; psychotic disorders; substance abuse; consultation; and ADHD. Andrew Zaitsoff, Ph. Clinical Orientation: Cognitive Behavioral and Humanistic, integrated with strengths-based and mindfulness approaches Clinical Interest Areas: Periods of life transition; students with disabilities; and video games and mental health.

I very much enjoy the experience of building a therapeutic relationship based on trust and acceptance for all clients.