Position at CCPH: Interim Associate Director for Clinical Services
Year joined UMass: 2003
Clinical Interests: As the interim clinical director, my focus is on working to ensure that CCPH is meeting the mental health needs of our students and campus as a whole. I work closely with our staff and our campus partners around programming and service delivery. I also provide crisis services, as well as brief individual and couples’ psychotherapy. I am particularly interested in relationships and intimacy concerns, parenting struggles, women’s health, students involved in fraternities and sororities, and the intersection between psychology and law enforcement. I serve as the CCPH liaison with UMass Amherst Police Department, providing training and ongoing consultation with command and patrol staff. I am also a member of the Workplace Violence Management Team, the Risk Assessment Team, ACT (committee for students of concern), and the Student Affairs Leaders and Directors team.
Education: 2004 PsyD in Clinical Psychology, Antioch University, Keene, NH; 2002 MS in Clinical Psychology, Antioch University, Keene, NH; 1999 BS in Psychology (minor in Economics), St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY
Professional Experience: While the majority of my career has been spent in the college counseling setting, I have also worked at a community mental health clinic and a public middle school, providing individual, couples, and family psychotherapy and psychological assessment to children, adolescents, and adults. Prior to being appointed as the Interim Associate Director for Clinical Services at CCPH in 2015, I served as the Assistant Director for Psychological Assessment at CCPH since 2007. From 2005-2007, I served as the Director of Psychological Assessments at UMass Amherst Counseling and Assessment Services (which has since merged with CCPH).
Certifications/Licenses: 2005 Psychologist and Health Service Provider, State of Massachusetts (#8530); Municipal Police Training Committee Suicide Prevention Instructor
Memberships:Society for Police and Criminal Psychology, Society for Personality Assessment, International Society of the Rorschach and Projective Methods
More about me: “Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, ‘I will try again tomorrow.’” – Mary Anne Radmacher