Administrative Staff

Randolph Brooks, Assistant Director for Diversity and Outreach and Licensed Psychologist

Ph.D. (2016) Health Psychology, Virginia State University

Michelle Bruno, Assistant Director for Post Master’s Fellow Training and Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor

Ph.D. (2006) Counselor Education, The Ohio State University

My theoretical orientation is Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), which seeks to support clients in living and behaving in ways that align with their personal values while developing psychological flexibility. ACT is an action oriented approach that teaches mindfulness skills to assist clients in reaching the goals they deem most important. I have special interests in academic stress, career issues, graduate students and student-athletes. I am certified in the Koru Mindfulness Program which was developed for emerging adults (ages 18-29) and I am interested in Trauma Sensitive Mindfulness Practices.  My current research interests include self compassion, imposter syndrome, and wellness/burnout prevention.

Erin Higgenbotham, Assistant Director for Clinical Services and Licensed Psychologist

Ph.D. (2016) Counseling Psychology, West Virginia University

My areas of interest include developmental/identity concerns, social justice, adjustment and stress management, interpersonal/relationship concerns, mindfulness, working with students who identify as LGBTQ, family-of-origin concerns, outreach, and training/supervision. I earned my Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology at West Virginia University and completed my doctoral internship at the Carruth Center for Psychological and Psychiatric Services, as well as a clinical fellowship at The Ohio State University’s Counseling and Consultation Service.

Monica Zozone Osburn, Executive Director and Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Supervisor

Ph.D. (2002) Counselor Education, University of Arkansas at Fayetteville

My interests include working with trauma survivors as well as adolescent sex offenders. I have a long history of working with the cycle of abuse as it relates to both physical and sexual trauma. I am also interested in the mind body connection and how to work with anxiety and depression through self-care.

Chenita Rountree, Associate Director and Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist

MSW (2004) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Stephanie Rubain, Assistant Director and Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor

Psy.D. (2007) Clinical Psychology, Rutgers- The State University of New Jersey

Interests Include: Resilience and positive psychology, crisis intervention, trauma recovery, and multicultural counseling. My approach to therapy is integrative, strengths-based, and combines principles and strategies of cognitive-behavioral, dialectical behavioral, solution focused, and multicultural therapies. I enjoy working collaboratively with students to find solutions that work for them based on their personal history and multiple identities.

Richard Tyler-Walker, Associate Director and Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Supervisor

Ph.D., LCMHCS (2002) Counselor Education, NC State University

Interests Include: Individual and group counseling and psychotherapy, couples and relationship issues, lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender issues, grief and loss, adult children of alcoholics, male survivors of sexual abuse/assault, sexuality issues, sexual dysfunction, self-esteem and academic concerns.