Anne E. Fisher, Ph.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist (FL)
Wellness Approach: Integrative with emphasis on psychodynamic, developmental paradigms, and resiliency.
Professional Interests: Psychopathology, forensic psychology, women’s issues.
Keith R. Kokseng, Psy.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist (FL)
Wellness Approach: Integrative, primarily using multicultural, interpersonal, emotion-focused, and cognitive behavioral approaches.
Professional Interests: Supervision, Training, Multiculturalism—ethnic minority and other marginalized populations, Health Psychology, Anxiety, and Mood disorders.
Duane G. Khan, Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist (FL)
Wellness Approach: Psychodynamic-Relational and Multicultural, with the use of mindfulness, cognitive-behavioral, and emotion-focused interventions.
Professional Interests: Supervision, Training, Outreach, Multiculturalism—minority stress & intersecting identities; Identity development; Trauma & recovery; Substance use; Anxiety & mood disorders; Career.
Lenore F. Canavarros, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (FL & NY)
Wellness Approach: Integrative with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness and evidence based interventions-mind-body, psychodynamic insight oriented, Solution Focused Therapy
Professional Interests: Stress, anxiety, depression and wellness management, Mind-Body interconnection, personal empowerment & resiliency, Positive Psychology, Diverse & transnational clients, Spanish & Portuguese language services, addiction
Jessica Barbalato, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (FL & CT)
Wellness Approach: Integrative approach, primarily using emotion-focused, insight-oriented and relational approaches
Professional Interests: depression, anxiety, mood disorders, stress, trauma, crisis intervention, training, resiliency
Post Doctoral Fellow
Emily R. Smith, Ph.D.
Education: Ph.D. (Counseling Psychology) University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX
Wellness Approach: Integrative, guided by multicultural, emotion-focused, interpersonal, and cognitive-behavioral theory.
Professional Interests: Anxiety and mood disorders, identity development, stress and resiliency, gender role stress and identity, adjustment, healthy relationships, trauma and posttraumatic growth, consensual non-monogamy, and LGBT clients.
Yuliya Mykytyn, MA
Education: M.A. (Clinical Psychology) Long Island University Post Campus, Brookville, New York
Crisis Intervention Staff
Concetta Hollinger-Holmes, LCSW, NCA
Education: BSW & MSW, Florida State University
Wellness approach: self-compassion, integrative mind-body-soul
Professional Interests: trauma, victimization, crisis intervention and response, sexual violence, domestic violence, homicide survivors
Fitness & Recreation
Colin Jordan, B.A.
Education: B.A. (International Studies), University of South Florida, Tampa
Wellness Approach: Creating diverse venues for fitness and athletic activities for the purpose of building a wellness culture on campus
Professional Interests: Building interpersonal and leadership skills through sports and fitness, waterfront programming development
JR Ayers, B.A.
Wellness Approach – Developing professional and leadership characteristics within students so they will have the tools needed after college.
Professional Interests – Coaching and assisting people to attain new abilities and to help elevate their perspective of how they see themselves functioning in society.
Susan Stahley, MSW
Education: A.A. (Liberal Arts), Nassau Community College; BSW (Social Work), University of Georgia; MSW (Social Work) University of Hawaii-Manoa Campus, Oahu
Wellness Approach: Students are more than just the function of their education, given the right support and focused well-being opportunities, a person will not only be happier and successful, but will grow to their highest potential with an increased likeliness to give back to their community.
Professional Interests: Developing strong connections with on/off campus partners, giving back by volunteering, providing harm reduction strategies to lesson impact of alcohol and other drug use
Marguerite Perretta, B.A.
Emily L. Goodie, NCMA