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Holly Vanderhoff, PhD

Holly Vanderhoff, PhD
Co-Director, Student Counseling Service
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry

Dr. Vanderhoff earned a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Binghamton University in 2004. She is a licensed clinical psychologist who has worked with college students and young adults in a variety of clinical and community settings since 2000. Her clinical interests include sexual assault/trauma, anxiety, and relationship problems. Dr. Vanderhoff integrates cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness-based, and humanistic approaches in her clinical work.


Michael Miller, PhD

Michael Miller, PhD
Co-Director, Student Counseling Service
Associate Professor of Psychiatry

Dr. Miller earned a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Duquesne University in 2007. He is a licensed clinical psychologist who has worked with university students as a teacher and psychotherapist since 2002. His clinical interests include anxiety, trauma, mood disorders, and sexuality. Dr. Miller's work as a clinician is informed by psychoanalytic and existential-phenomenological theory.


Dr. Mbuqe

Sipho Mbuqe, Ph.D.
Senior Counselor, Student Counseling Service

Dr. Mbuqe earned a doctorate in clinical psychology from Duquesne University in 2010. He is a licensed clinical psychologist and licensed mental health counselor. His interests include university students, diversity and cultural issues, international students, and LGBTQ issues. His clinical interests include relationship issues, anxiety and mood disorders, trauma, and sexuality. His approach is influenced by psychodynamic, humanistic, and existential theories.


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Cecily Anders, Psy. D.
SCS Counselor, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry

Dr. Anders earned a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Baylor University in 2016. She is a licensed clinical psychologist who has helped people with trauma, anxiety, depression, relationship concerns, and LGBTQ concerns. She utilizes cognitive behavioral therapies with an emphasis on mindfulness and self-compassion techniques.



Sarah LaFont

Sarah LaFont, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow

Dr. LaFont earned a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Syracuse University in 2019. She has worked with university students since 2013. She has helped people with anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship issues, and those coping with medical issues. Her psychotherapeutic orientation is integrative, with an emphasis on short-term psychodynamic approaches.

 

Psychology Residents are advanced doctoral students in clinical psychology in their final year of PhD training. They typically hold masters degrees and have experience providing psychotherapy to adults in a variety of clinical settings.

Psychiatry Residents have earned their medical degrees (e.g., MD, DO) and are in the final years of post-graduate training in psychiatry. Residents provide psychiatric evaluation, psychotherapy and/or pharmacological treatment to students.

All services provided by residents are supervised by a licensed attending clinician. Treatment providers and supervisors associated with a student's care are not involved in professional or academic evaluation or promotion decisions for these students.

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