|Jill Lee-Barber, Ph.D.||Senior Director, Psychological and Health Services|
Dr. Jill Lee-Barber is a licensed psychologist in Georgia who is a graduate of Georgia State University with a B.A. in English and an M.S. in counseling. She received a Ph.D. in counseling psychology from the University of Houston. Dr. Lee-Barber has previously served as associate director at Georgia Tech and assistant director at University of Georgia.Dr. Lee-Barber is active in the American Psychological Association (A.P.A.), Division 17, Society of Counseling Psychology. She has held several leadership roles including vice-president of professional practice for Division 17 in A.P.A., chair of the Section for College and University Counseling Centers and chair of the Section for LGBT Issues within Division 17. Currently, she serves as co-chair of the Taking Action Against Racism in Media initiative of Division 17.
Dr. Lee-Barber’s clinical interests include multicultural-feminist therapy, working with clients from collective cultures, LGBT issues, conceptualizing intervention both individually and systemically, as well as working with a broad range of the presenting concerns of university students. Dr. Lee-Barber does not have a specific clinical issue that she particularly enjoys treating; she enjoys working with people and borrows a line from Walt Whitman:
~ Walt Whitman
|Mikyta Daugherty, Ph.D.||Associate Director of Clinical Services|
Dr. Mikyta Daugherty is a licensed psychologist in Georgia. She graduated with her Ph.D. from the University of New Mexico (UNM) and completed her clinical internship and post-doctoral fellowship at the Atlanta Veterans Administration Medical Center. While at UNM, she was awarded training fellowships from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) to develop expertise in program development, management and outcomes research focusing on the dissemination of evidenced based interventions within university, hospital and community health settings.
Dr. Daugherty has since become an accomplished researcher and has cultivated an expertise in clinical program design and implementation. She has served as the southwest regional protocol coordinator on three nation-wide clinical trials funded by the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA CTN) and as a health science specialist coordinating post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) treatment trials conducted by the Cooperative Studies Research Program of the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs and the Atlanta Veterans Administration Medical Center. More recently, she was project manager and clinical team leader for a federally funded health prevention initiative designed to integrate substance use prevention methods into regular medical practice within the Grady Health System and other community health settings throughout Georgia.
Dr. Daugherty is committed to utilizing her training in evidence-based practice and program development to promote strong foundations in young adults. Dr. Daugherty has provided numerous professional trainings and consultation in overall program design and quality assurance methods within several university settings including UNM, the Morehouse School of Medicine and Emory University. She has provided direct clinical supervision and didactic seminars for behavioral health graduate students and professionals, in addition to medical residents. Dr. Daugherty has also taught undergraduate and graduate courses at UNM, Clayton State University, Emory University and Georgia State University.
Clinically, Dr. Daugherty most enjoys working with young adults and would describe her therapy style as rooted in third wave behaviorism or applied clinical behavioral analysis. She has substantial advanced training in acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) and mindfulness based interventions for substance abuse, trauma and mood disorders. She is also an experienced MINT trainer of motivational interviewing (MI) and has developed original intervention guidelines for the use of MI to promote academic success in minority college students. Dr. Daugherty’s work utilizing MI with substance using college students and Greek organizations has also resulted in publication.
|Jeana Griffith, Ph.D.||Associate Director of Psychological and Health Services|
Dr. Jeana Griffith is a licensed psychologist in Georgia. She received her B.A. in psychology from the University of Cincinnati and her masters and doctorate in clinical psychology from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. She completed her internship and postdoctoral studies at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta.
Dr. Griffith has conducted research and has publications in the areas of sickle cell disease, depression and weight, shape and eating in African Americans. She has written a treatment manual for coping with chronic health conditions and has led groups based on this approach. Some of her professional interests include anxiety, depression, diversity, coping with chronic health concerns, sports psychology and cognitive behavioral therapy.
Dr. Griffith’s favorite quote is:
~ Maya Angelou
|Angela R. Bethea-Walsh, Ph.D.||Psychologist|
|Dr. Angela R. Bethea-Walsh received a Ph.D. in counseling psychology from Lehigh University in 2006. She completed her post-doctoral fellowship in 2008 at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, specializing in clinical health and addictions psychology. Dr. Bethea-Walsh enjoys helping students who are dealing with problematic substance use, depression, anxiety, concerns about athletic performance, cultural stress, concerns with racial and sexual identity development, chronic pain and illness management. In her spare time, Dr. Bethea enjoys watching professional sports (especially football, basketball and tennis), watching movies, reading books, playing with her cat, Mila, dining out and traveling.|
|Shirley Chancey, Ph.D.||Licensed Psychologist|
Dr. Shirley Chancey is a licensed psychologist in Georgia. She received a B.A. in psychology from Georgia College and State University before attending Georgia State University, where she earned a M.S. and Ed.S in counseling and The Fielding Graduate Institute, where she earned a M.A. and Ph.D. in psychology. Dr. Chancey’s early training was in behavioral and cognitive therapy. Later, she was drawn to humanistic therapies. Dr. Chancey trained extensively in experiential, existential and gestalt based therapies. After practicing while completing her Ph.D., she became interested in psychopharmacology, resulting in four years of training and passing the National Exam for Psychopharmacology.
Dr. Chancey is a process-oriented therapist who values the use of self as part of the therapy experience. She believes the therapy relationship is the foundation of trust, intimacy and boundaries that is crucial in the healing process. Some of Dr. Chauncey’s professional interests include trauma, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), violence, abuse (seven years specialized training in eye-movement desensitization and reprocessing or EMDR), women’s issues, executive stress management, LGBT issues, severe mental illness (bipolar, schizophrenia, dissociation), personality disorders, anxiety, depression, group dynamics, couples work, crisis intervention, guided imagery, psychomotor therapy and civil and domestic mediation.
|Angela B. Hammond, L.P.C.||Licensed Professional Counselor|
|Angela B. Hammond is a licensed professional counselor. She graduated from Purdue University where she received a B.A. in elementary and special education. She earned an M.S. in community counseling from Chicago State University before coming to Georgia State University. Some of Angela’s professional interests include depression, co-dependency, self-esteem issues, adolescents and human trafficking. She also believes that you have to know where you’ve been in order to know where you’re going.|
|Shnequia Webb, D.S.W., L.C.S.W.||Client Advocate|
Dr. Shnequia Webb is a licensed clinical social worker in Georgia with a B.A. in psychology and minor in journalism. Dr. Webb also received a M.S.W. degree from Valdosta State University in Valdosta, Georgia before earning a doctor of social work (D.S.W.) degree from Capella University. She also has certification in school social work in Georgia and is a member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) Georgia Chapter. Dr. Webb’s experience in social work primarily involves mental health and school settings. She has experience in addressing many topics with clients including depression, anxiety, stress and communication issues.
Dr. Webb enjoys reading, traveling, attending church and meeting new people. She has two favorite inspirational quotes in which she strongly believes which are:
~ Jack Canfield
~ Maya Angelou
|Lineliz Vassallo||Mind-Body Coordinator|
|Lineliz Vassallo is a mindfulness educator, MBSR-qualified instructor and registered yoga teacher. Lineliz (Linnie) received her MBSR teacher training through the University of California San Diego Center for Mindfulness and is completing an advanced training in mindfulness, emotional intelligence and compassionate leadership through Google’s Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute. A graduate of West Chester University of Pennsylvania and a certified professional educator, Linnie has spent the past five years fiercely committed to bringing mindfulness practices into the world of education. Linnie is thrilled to be a part of student wellness, success, resilience and happiness at Georgia State University’s Mind-Body Clinic.|
|Ann Ellis, M.S., L.P.C., N.C.C.||Licensed Professional Counselor|
|Ann Ellis is a Licensed Professional Counselor at Georgia State University’s Newton campus. Ann received her M.S. in community counseling from Columbus State University. Her clinical interests are anxiety, mindfulness, trauma and veteran’s issues. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, running and spending time with family and friends.
~ F. Scott Fitzgerald