Counseling & Wellness Center Staff

Anne E. Fisher, Ph.D.
Program Director

(941) 487-4254
fisher@ncf.edu

Licensed Psychologist
Adjunct Faculty Member-University of South Florida; New College of Florida

Education: Ph.D. (Clinical Psychology), University of Iowa
M.A. (Psychology), University of Iowa
B.A. (Psychology), State University of New York at Buffalo

Theoretical orientation: eclectic with emphasis on psychodynamic and developmental paradigms

Professional interests: psychopathology, forensic psychology, women's issues

Erin Robinson, Psy.D.
Associate Program Director

(941) 487-4254
erobinson@ncf.edu

Licensed Psychologist

Education: Psy.D. (Clinical Psychology), University of Hartford, Connecticut
M.A. (Clinical Psychology), University of Hartford, Connecticut
B.A. (Psychology), College of the Holy Cross, Massachusetts

Theoretical orientation: integrative, interpersonal, solution-focused, and psychodynamic psychotherapy

Professional interests: suicide prevention, trauma and development, gender and diversity

Meighen Hopton, M.S.
Disability Coordinator
(941) 487-4254
mhopton@ncf.edu

Education: M.S. (School Psychology), California University, California, PA
B.A. (Psychology), California University, California, PA

Professional Interests: Neurology, behavior-modification, psychosocial development, moral progression, and personality psychology.

Duane Khan, M.S.
Psychological Fellow/Visiting Counseling Specialist

Education: Ph.D. (Counseling Psychology; expected 2015) University at Albany, Albany,NY
M.S. (Mental Health Counseling) Nova Southeastern University, Davie, FL
B.A. (Psychology & Religious Studies) Florida International University, Miami, FL

Theoretical Orientation: Psychodynamic-Relational and Multicultural, with use of mindfulness,cognitive-behavioral, and emotion-focused interventions.

Professional interests: Diversity—minority stress & intersecting identities; Identity development; Trauma & recovery; Substance use; Anxiety & mood disorders; Career.

Laila Salem, Psy.D.
Psychological Fellow/Visiting Counseling Specialist

Education: Psy.D. (Clinical Psychology), American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Washington D.C.
M.A. (Clinical Psychology), American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Washington D.C.
B.A. (Psychology, Minor: Religion), Wake Forest University, North Carolina

Theoretical orientation: Integrative, including a relational base and techniques from a variety of orientations when clinically indicated, including interpersonal, emotion-focused, experiential and mindfulness-based, psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, and DBT techniques.

Professional interests: emotion-regulation issues, relationship concerns, positive psychology, issues of diversity, depression, anxiety, and adjustment difficulties

Rebecca Schwartz, Psy.D.
Psychological Fellow/Visiting Counseling Specialist

Education: Psy.D. (Clinical Psychology), University of Denver, Denver, CO
M.A. (Clinical Psychology), University of Denver, Denver, CO
B.A. (Psychology), Goucher College, Baltimore, MD

Theoretical orientation: integrative with emphasis on psychodynamic psychotherapy

Professional interests: life transitions, identity development, relationship problems, mood disorders, eating disorders and health psychology

Victim Advocate
Concetta Hollinger-Holmes, LCSW, NCA
(941) 504-8599
- For Erin, Under Licensed Psychologist, can you please add College and University Suicide Prevention Specialist

Healthcare Provider

Campus Care, William Crouch, M.D.

Office Staff

Marguerite Perretta, B.A.
Administrative Assistant

(941) 487-4254
mcristiani@ncf.edu

Anne Cicchetto, CMA(AAMA), BMO
Medical Technologist

(941) 487-4254
asmith@ncf.edu

Counseling & Wellness Center
5805 Bay Shore Road
New College of Florida
CWC 120
Sarasota, FL 34243

Phone: (941) 487-4254
Fax: (941) 487-4256