Curtis Hill, Ph.D.
As a counseling psychologist, Curt received training in models of development specifically geared toward the college student experience. Following a primarily phenomenological/existential approach, Curt's areas of interest include; the central role of relationships in the change process, counseling, career development, family relationships, and advocating for the developmental needs of students.
De Nean Petersen, LCSW
De Nean provides individual and group therapy from a Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) approach, which emphasizes interpersonal skills, emotional regulation, and distress tolerance. In addition to DBT, De Nean’s areas of professional interest include bereavement, anxiety, and providing outreach and consultation services to students living in on-campus housing.
Susan Garner, LCSW
Susan has experience working with individuals who are struggling with depression and anxiety, and experiencing problems related to body image, self-esteem, and histories of abuse. She also enjoys addressing these issues and other mental health concerns at a community level through outreach programs.
Blaine Edwards, CMHC
Blaine is a Clinical Mental Health Counselor who works from a relational and modern Gestalt perspective. Blaine values the relationship as one of the most important factors in the counseling process. His professional interests include group and individual counseling, the career decision making process, and all aspects of college student development.
Elizabeth Bowen, Doctoral Student
Nickolas Jones, Doctoral Student
Front Desk Staff
Debbie Foster, Administrative Assistant II