The tables below are provided to meet Commission on Accreditation of the American Psychological Association C-27 I requirements. The information below provides potential and current trainees and the public with accurate information on the program and program expectations. This allows applicants to make informed decisions about entering the internship program.
Heather Cygan, M.S., Mercer University
Samreen Khondker, M.Sc., University of Indianapolis
Zachary Taber, M.A., Georgia State University
Josephine Almanzar, Psy.D., Florida School of Professional Psychology
Oluwaseyi Amosu, Ph.D., Southern Illinois University
Taylor McCavanaugh, Psy.D., Springfield College
Christina Clarke, Ph.D., University of Georgia
Katie Detscher, Psy.D., Nova Southeastern University
Charles Westbrook, M.S., Georgia State University
Christopher Johnson, Psy.D., Antioch University
Emily Newbury, Psy.D., Antioch University
Abigail Nicolas, Ph.D., State University of New York, Albany
Cratissa Hammond, Psy.D., Chestnut Hill College
Tawana Jackson, Psy.D., Wright State University
Aziza Belcher-Platt, Ph.D., Fordham University
Vincent Allen, Jr., Ph.D.,University of California, Los Angeles
Shawndell Clay, Psy.D., Stanford University Consortium
Jenny Qin, Psy.D., Xavier University
Jael Amador, Psy.D., Loma Linda University
Whitney Stewart, Ph.D., University of Indiana Bloomington
Danielle Benveniste-Stevens, Ph.D., City University of New York
Rubyna Abbey, Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University
Leigh Baker, Ph.D., Florida State University
Melinda Williams-Gray, Ph.D., Howard University
To see current staff listings, refer to staff bios.
The Counseling Center is housed in a spacious and comfortable office suite on the second floor of 75 Piedmont Ave, NE, Atlanta, GA 30303 (formerly Citizens Trust Bank Building).
The Counseling Center also has an array of assessment instruments available, including personality assessments, symptom inventories, strength measures, interest inventories and psycho-educational screening batteries. There is also a Relaxation Room in the Mind-Body Clinic that is available for students to learn and practice meditation, utilize biofeedback equipment and enjoy a massage chair. Psychiatric services are available on campus in the Counseling Center at no charge to students. Referrals are easily facilitated between the counseling staff and the psychiatric staff, and the psychiatric staff are available for consultation as needed.
Books and Media
The Counseling Center library has a number of books and media available for professional development.