Counseling & Wellness Center Staff

Anne E. Fisher, Ph.D.
Program Director

(941) 487-4254

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.

Eric Rosmith, Ph.D.
Associate Program Director

Education:  Ph.D. (Counseling Psychology), University of North Texas
M.S. (Exercise Sciences/Sport Psychology), University of Miami
B.A. (Business Administration), Washington State University

Theoretical orientation: Eclectic with emphasis on interpersonal process and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).

Nicole Archer, Psy.D.
Assistant Program Director

Education: Psy.D. (Clinical Psychology), Florida Institute of Technology

B.A. (Psychology), Rollins College.

Theoretical orientation: Integrative with emphasis on CBT and interpersonal process.

Professional interests: Anxiety, ADHD, relationships, mindfulness.

Meighen Hopton, M.S.
Disability Coordinator
(941) 487-4254

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.

Mandy Parente, M.Ed., CHES
Health Educator

Certified Health Education Specialist
Education: M.Ed. (Community Health Education), University of Louisville, Louisville, KY
B.A. (Criminal Justice), University of West Florida, Pensacola, FL

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.

Keith Kokseng, M.A.
Psychological Fellow/Visiting Counseling Specialist

Education: Psy.D. (Clinical Psychology; expected 2016) Tampa, Florida
M.A.  Florida School of Professional Psychology, Tampa, Florida
B.A. (Psychology) Chapman University, Orange, California

Theoretical Orientation: Integrative, primarily using a multicultural, interpersonal and cognitive behavioral approach

Professional interests: Diversity (ethnic minority and other marginalized populations), anxiety, and mood disorders.

Victim Advocate
Concetta Hollinger-Holmes, LCSW, NCA
(941) 504-8599

Healthcare Provider
Campus Care, William Crouch, M.D.

Office Staff

Marguerite Perretta, B.A.
Administrative Assistant

(941) 487-4254

Anne Cicchetto, CMA(AAMA), BMO
Medical Technologist

(941) 487-4254

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

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