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 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.
STAFF PSYCHOLOGIST, LIAISON TO VCU SCHOOL OF THE ARTS, LICENSED PSYCHOLOGIST
Katie's clinical interests include identity development, multicultural issues, LGBTQIA+ issues, existential concerns, and training and supervision.
STAFF PSYCHOLOGIST, DIRECTOR OF SPORT PSYCHOLOGY, LICENSED PSYCHOLOGIST
Dana's clinical interests include athletics, relationship issues, anxiety, and depression.
STAFF CLINICIAN, CASE MANAGER, OUTREACH COORDINATOR, LICENSED CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER
Caroline’s clinical interests include relationship concerns, family of origin issues, trauma, multicultural issues, and perinatal depression.
CONTRACT CLINICIAN, LICENSED PSYCHOLOGIST
Anne's clinical interests include domestic violence, adult children of alcoholics, substance abuse, family of origin issues, LGBTQIA+, and postpartum.
STAFF PSYCHOLOGIST, LICENSED PSYCHOLOGIST
Mijin's clinical interests include international students’ cross-cultural adjustment, clinical issues among immigrant/person of color population, interpersonal violence, trauma, attachment, training and supervision.
CONTRACT CLINICIAN, LICENSED COUNSELOR
Ederis' clinical interests include anxiety, depression, substance abuse, family of origin issues, adjustment, grief, and trauma.
STAFF PSYCHOLOGIST, LICENSED PSYCHOLOGIST
Christina’s clinical interests include interpersonal trauma, disordered eating, borderline personality features, and anxiety.
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, LGBTQIA+ COORDINATOR, LICENSED PSYCHOLOGIST
CJ’s clinical interests include intersectional identity concerns, multiculturalism and social justice, the impact of oppression and discrimination on overall health, bisexuality/non-monosexuality and sexual fluidity, LGBTQIA+ identities, low-income and first-generation college students, men and masculinities, sex and sexual health, weightism/fat-phobia/sizeism, family of origin concerns, career concerns, couples, group, and supervision/training.
STAFF CLINICIAN - MCV CAMPUS, LICENSED CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER
Camille's clinical interests include trauma, group therapy, working with gender identity and sexuality, the impact of systemic oppression and discrimination on mental health.
CONTRACT CLINICIAN, LICENSED CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER
Nina's clinical interests include anxiety, depression, family of origin issues, relationships, adjustment, first-generation students, and excessive screen use.
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, and social justice.
STAFF PSYCHOLOGIST, SEXUAL ASSAULT SPECIALIST, PRACTICUM COORDINATOR, LICENSED PSYCHOLOGIST
Christine's interests include sexual assault and intimate partner violence, grief and loss, existential concerns, women’s issues, mindfulness-based treatment, and group psychotherapy.
Lauren's clinical interests include neurodiversity, crisis intervention, conflict/relationship difficulties among partners, friends, and family, trauma, gender, sexuality, and the impact of systems of privilege and oppression on mental health.
STAFF CLINICIAN, COORDINATOR FOR GROUPS, LICENSED CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER
Kristi's clinical interests include trauma, working with Axis II disorders, group therapy, grief, and multicultural issues.
Abey’s clinical interests include Black diaspora issues, immigrant and international student issues, ethnic minority issues, life transition and adjustment concerns, identity exploration, relationship concerns, family of origin concerns, academic and career concerns, and grief and loss. Abey 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.