Graduate Assistants

LaTisha Brown, Graduate Assisstant

M.Ed. (2011)
Interests include: affirming, strengths based approach to addressing anxiety, depression, PTSD, emotional and racial trauma. I practice from a social justice and cultural informed approach using CBT and EMDR. Current research interest in mental health and support groups for black parents of children with Autism.

Samantha Lohorn, Graduate Assistant

MA.Ed. Clinical Mental Health Counseling (2017), UNC Pembroke

Interests Include: anxiety, depression, PTSD, trauma, sexual identity concerns, LGBTQIAA+ population advocacy efforts, academic counseling, higher education achievement, academic coaching, expressive arts therapy, and counselor training and supervision. Current research interest include counselor trainee self-efficacy with crisis intervention and the use of expressive arts in supervision and training.

Bredell Moody, Graduate Assistant

M.Ed. (2016) Clinical Mental Health Counseling, University of North Carolina at Pembroke

Interests Include: Social Justice / Empathy Development / People of Color

Works primarily as a Graduate Assistant with our Academic Counseling Services helping students with the Withdrawal Process.

Ashley Nash, Graduate Assistant

Brittany Wake, Graduate Assistant

M.A. (2017) Clinical Mental Health Counseling, University of Colorado – Denver

Brittany Wake is a Board Certified Counselor oriented in Relational Cultural Therapy. In her work, Brittany centers the experience of marginalized people, honors identity, and recognizes oppression as a primary source of everyday-trauma and stressors. Prior to joining the Wolfpack, Brittany received her MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with Multicultural Emphasis from the University of Colorado – Denver and worked most recently as a mental health counselor in Portland, OR.