Counseling & Psychological Services

Emergency Guide - Faculty & Staff

Emergency Guide - Student

Location
The Wellness Center
Winans Hall
201 Mullica Hill Rd.
Glassboro, NJ 08028
Phone: 856-256-4333
Fax: 856-256-4427

Office Hours
8:00am to 6:00pm
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday

8:00am to 8:00pm Wednesday

8:00am to 4:00 pm
Friday

Emergencies During Office Hours
Visit the Wellness Center and ask to speak with someone immediately

After Hours Emergencies
Call Public Safety at
256-4911 and ask for Counselor on Call


Keeping Appointments
We ask that you please contact the Wellness Center in advance to cancel appointments you are unable to attend, so that the appointment might be made available for another student.

Professional Staff

David Rubenstein, PsyD
Associate Vice President for Student Wellness

rubenstein@rowan.edu

Dr. Rubenstein received his PsyD from Illinois School of Professional Psychology in 1994. His areas of professional interest include outpatient psychotherapy, supervision, teaching, leadership, substance abuse treatment, and the treatment of HIV/AIDS. His theoretical orientation is Integrative, and includes Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapy, Psychodynamic Therapy, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy.

Amy Hoch, PsyD
Associate Director of Counseling and Psychological Services
DBT Team Coordinator
HELP Hotline Advisor

hoch@rowan.edu

Dr. Hoch received her PsyD from Pace University in New York City in 1997. Her professional interests include sexual violence, trauma, sexual health, relationships, and risky behaviors including self-injury, substance abuse, eating disorders, and suicide. Her theoretical orientation includes Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

Julie Mallory Church, LSW
Licensed Social Worker
Assistant Director
Eating Disorder Treatment Team Coordinator
Co-Coordinator of Training Experiences
mallory@rowan.edu

Ms. Mallory Church received her Arts Masters in Social Service Administration from the University of Chicago in 1976. Her professional interests include eating disorders and body image issues, Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Bulimia and binge eating and body image groups, family therapy, and diversity training. Her theoretical orientation is systems oriented and integrative, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Interpersonal Psychotherapy.

Helen E. Polak, PsyD
Licensed Psychologist
polak@rowan.edu

Dr. Polak received her PsyD from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 1999. Her professional interests include individual psychotherapy, structured groups and workshops, consultation, advising student organizations, and working with students transitioning to college life. Her theoretical orientation is integrative.

Ann Villinski, PhD
Licensed Psychologist
Coordinator for Gender and Sexual Diversities Services

villinski@rowan.edu

Dr. Villinski received her PhD from the California School of Professional Psychology in 1990. Her professional interests include individual and group therapy, clinical supervision, identity development and life transitions, gender identity and sexual orientation, anxiety, depression, and trauma recovery. Her theoretical orientation is integrative, including Psychodynamic, Humanistic, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Mindfulness.

Jennifer Perry, PsyD
Licensed Psychologist
Co-Coordinator of Training Experiences
Coordinator Psychological Testing Services
perryj@rowan.edu

Dr. Perry received her PsyD from Rutgers University. Her clinical specialties include trauma, abuse, and grief. She also specializes in working with military personnel, first responders, and their families. Her theoretical orientation is integrative, including cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, and interpersonal components. Dr. Perry also integrates mindfulness into her practice.

Stacey Cahn, PhD
Licensed Psychologist

cahn@rowan.edu

Dr. Cahn received her PhD in Clinical Psychology from Rutgers University and her BA in Psychology from University of Michigan. Her areas of clinical interest include eating, weight, and body image disorders as well as clinical training. Her theoretical orientation is broadly cognitive-behavioral.

Robert Logan, MS, LCADC, CPS
Licensed Substance Abuse Counselor

logan@rowan.edu

Mr. Logan received his MS in Human Services from Capella University in 2012. His professional interests include screening and assessment, substance abuse, co-occurring disorders, and substance use disorders in college settings. His theoretical orientation includes Motivational Interviewing and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

Colette McLean, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Coordinator of Group Services
mcleancm@rowan.edu

Ms. McLean received her Master of Social Work from Rutgers University in 1998. Her professional interests include individual, group and family therapy, training, life coaching and the treatment of recovery from violence, trauma, and abuse, life transitions, and substance abuse. Her theoretical orientation is integrative and includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Psychodynamic and Systems-Oriented.

Jillian Threadgill, PsyD, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Coordinator of Clinical Services
threadgill@rowan.edu

Dr. Threadgill received her Master of Social Work degree from the University of Alabama in 2005 and her PsyD from Immaculata University in 2015. Her areas of professional interest include trauma, anxiety, substance abuse, mood disorders, psychological testing, working with veteran populations, and working with graduate student parents. Her theoretical orientation is integrative, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Humanistic, Mindfulness, and Motivational Interviewing.

Lindsay Mason, MSEd, LPC
Licensed Associate Counselor
Outreach Coordinator
masonl@rowan.edu

Ms. Mason is a Licensed Professional Counselor and received her MSEd in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Fordham University in 2011. Her professional interests include anxiety and mood disorders, multicultural counseling, substance abuse treatment, grief and loss, and risky behaviors including self-injury and suicidality. Her theoretical orientation is Integrative and includes Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, EMDR and Creative and Expressive Arts therapies.

Lisa Calabrese, MA, LAC
Licensed Associate Counselor
Coordinator of Mental Health Services to the Academic Success Center

calabresel@rowan.edu

Ms. Calabrese is a Licensed Associate Counselor in the state of New Jersey and received her MA in Counseling in Educational Settings from Rowan University in 2013. She also received a certification in Mental Health Counseling from Rowan University in 2014. Her professional interests include Autism Spectrum Disorders, interpersonal relationships, anxiety, and mood disorders. Her theoretical orientation is integrative, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing.

Robin Fierstein, PsyD
Staff Clinician

Coordinator SMART Team
fierstein@rowan.edu

Dr. Fierstein received her PsyD from La Salle University. Her professional interests include trauma, anxiety, depression, diversity, and risky behaviors (e.g., suicide, self-injury, and substance abuse). Her theoretical orientation is integrative, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and components of motivational interviewing and psychodynamic psychotherapy.

Kha Sadler, PsyD
Staff Clinician
sadlerk@rowan.edu

Dr. Kha Sadler received her PsyD from Immaculata University in Immaculata, Pa in 2014. Her professional interest include first generation and low-income students, trauma, romantic dating relationships, dating violence, diversity issues related to ethnic and gender differences, spirituality and religion. Her theoretical orientation is integrative and includes psychodynamic psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral psychotherapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, and tenants from positive psychology.

Melissa Young, LCSW
Staff Clinician
Triage Coordinator

cotton@rowan.edu

Ms. Young received her Master of Social Work degree from the Widener University in 2011. Her areas of professional interest include trauma, anxiety, mood disorders, and working with families. Her theoretical orientation is integrative, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, and Motivational Interviewing.

Sarah Whitman, MD
Psychiatrist

whitman@rowan.edu

Dr. Whitman received her MD from the University of Rochester School of Medicine in 1987. Her professional areas of interest include psychopharmacology, pain medicine, and sports psychiatry.

Alyssa Kwon, MD
Psychiatrist

kwon@rowan.edu

Dr. Kwon received her MD from the Catholic University of Korea in 2001. Her professional areas of interest include child & adolescent psychiatry, anxiety disorders, autistic spectrum disorders, and psychopharmacology.

Elina Maymind, MD
Psychiatrist
maymind@rowan.edu

Dr. Maymind received her MD from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia. Her professional areas of interest include student mental health, eating disorders, psychodynamic approaches to treatment, cognitive behavioral therapy, and psychopharmacology. In addition to seeing students on campus, she sees outpatients in Rowan's office in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.

Cheryl Adler, MA
Pre-Doctoral Intern

adlerc@rowan.edu

Ms. Adler is a PsyD candidate at Immaculata University for 2017. She received her MA in Clinical Psychology from Immaculata University in 2015. Her professional interests include trauma, sexual abuse, and relationship concerns. Her theoretical orientation is integrative, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Client Centered Therapy.

Christina Contrastano, MA
Pre-Doctoral Intern

contrastano@rowan.edu

Ms. Contrastano is a PsyD candidate at Immaculata University expected to graduate in the summer of 2017. She received her MA in Creative Arts in Therapy from Drexel University in 2010 and is a board certified dance/movement therapist. Her professional interests include trauma, grief and loss, anxiety, psychological assessment, mental health outreach and risky behaviors including self-injury, substance abuse, and suicide. Her theoretical orientation is integrative, including Humanistic Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Dance/Movement Therapy.

PRACTICUM STUDENTS

Allison DiMenna
Rowan University
Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counsling

Ebru Dugme
Rowan University
Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Benjamin Locklair, MA, JD
Drexel University
Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology

Shanny Shmuel, MS
Widener University
Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology

Noelle Davis
Office Manager

davisn@rowan.edu

Sandra Woodell
Secretary

woodells@rowan.edu