University of Rochester


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UCC On-Call: (585) 275-3113

Life Line: (585) 275-5151

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On Campus Security Non-Emergency: 5-3333

Off-Campus Security: (585) 275-3333

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UCC Location & Hours

Appointments: (585) 275-3113

Fax Number: (585) 442-0815

Address:
Box 270356, 738 Library Road
UHS Building
Rochester, New York 14627

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University Counseling Center (UCC)

The Faculty

Staff Psychologists

Joellen Popma, Ph.D.
University of Kentucky
Director
Special Interests: Survivors of trauma, GLBT issues and concerns, anxiety and depression
Email: jpopma@ur.rochester.edu

Click here to see Dr. Popma's professional biography.


Brigid Cahill, Ph.D.
University of South Carolina
Associate Director, Director of Training
Special Interests: Survivors trauma, group therapy, DBT, women's issues, anxiety, family of origin concerns.
Email: brigid.cahill@rochester.edu

Click here to see Dr. Cahill's professional biography.


Arjan Berkeljon, Ph.D.
Brigham Young University
Staff Psychologist, ADHD Assessment Specialist.
Special Interests: psychological assessment, survivors of trauma, men's work, affective experiences, humanistic therapy, psychotherapy supervision and teaching, measurement development, psychotherapy outcome research, naturalistic research.
Email: arjan.berkeljon@rochester.edu

Click here to see Dr. Berkeljon's personal biography.


Dagmar Kaufmann, Ph.D.
University of Rochester
Outreach Coordinator
Special Interests: Women's issues, interpersonal relationships, couples, sexuality and gender identity, international student adjustment, grief and loss, groups
Email: dagmar.kaufmann@rochester.edu

Click here to see Dr. Kaufmann's personal biography.


Ronke Lattimore Tapp, Ph.D.
Iowa State University
Assistant Director for Multiculturalism
Special Interests: Multicultural (including race/ethnicity, gender, religion/spirituality, sexual orientation, etc.) issues related to identity, adjustment, interpersonal relationships/conflict, academic/work success, etc. -- Cognitive and Behavioral based treatments
Languages spoken: English, Spanish (partial fluency, ~85%)
Email: Ronke.Tapp@rochester.edu


Allan J. Schwartz, Ph.D.
University of Rochester
Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry
Special Interests: Suicidology, sexual dysfunction, crisis intervention and administrative aspects of college mental health.
Email: Allan.Schwartz@rochester.edu

Click here to see Dr. Schwartz's personal biography, research interests and relevant publications.


Kelly Willson, Ph.D.
Washington State University
Assistant Director of Training/Staff Psychologist
Special Interests: Personal and Cultural Identity including race/ethnicity, sexual and gender identity, religion/spirituality; Family of origin and relationship issues; Recovery from trauma and abuse; International student adjustment; Health and disability issues; Resilience and wellness
Email: kwillson@ur.rochester.edu

Click here to see Dr. Willson's personal biography

 

Psychiatrist

Christine Chrusiscki, M.D.

 

Social Workers

Mike Kemp-Schneider, L.M.S.W.
University of Buffalo
Social Worker
Special Interests:Men's Issues, Substance use and abuse, Relapse Rrevention, Couples work

Click here to see Mr. Kemp-Schneider's personal biography.


Felicia Reed-Watt, L.M.S.W
University of Buffalo
Clinical Case Mananager, Social Worker
Special Interests: Women's Issues, Substance use and abuse, Mental Health and Chemical Abuse Anger management/Positive Communication, LGBT, Spirituality, Relationship Issues, Group therapy.
Email: freed2@UR.Rochester.edu

Click here to see Ms. Reed's personal biography

 

Adjunct Training Program Faculty

Sheila Cummings, Ph.D.
University of Kentucky
Special Interests: Groups, couples and object-relations.

Click here to see Dr. Cummings's Personal Biography, Research Interests and Relevant Publications.


Claire McLauchlin, Ph.D.
Georgia State University
Special Interests: loss and trauma, relationship issues, parenting, resiliency, and creativity..

Click here to see Dr. McLauchlin's personal biography.


Robert Pierce, Ph.D.
University of Rochester
Special Interests: Couples and families, life stages, resiliency.

Click here to see Dr. Pierce's personal biography, research interests and relevant publications.


Allen Roach, Ph.D.
University of Kentucky

Special Interests: Grief Work, self-psychology, couple psychotherapy, object relations and interpersonal psychotherapy.

Click here to see Dr. Roach's personal biography, research interests and relevant publications.


Marie T. Sergent, Ph.D.
University of Maryland
Special Interests: Interpersonal and psychodynamic therapy, trauma, eating disorders, couples and groups.

Click here to see Dr. Sergent's personal biography, research interests and relevant publications.