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Counselors and Psychologists

 

Each of our clinicians has significant, unique experience in a variety of areas. This breadth of expertise allows Trinity Center to offer services that meet the needs of our diverse community.  All clinicians have master's level or doctoral degrees and are licensed in their fields.

White Flowers
Joshua Ziesel, PsyD
Assistant Director, Staff Psychologist
Licensed Psychologist

Joshua provides therapy to individuals 18 and up. He also facilitates interpersonal process groups. Key populations he has advanced training with include people of international and/or LGBTQIA+ backgrounds, and male-identified individuals.  His specialties include intersectional identity formation and development, family issues, relationships, men's issues, spirituality, and sexuality.

Growing Plants
Anna Harris, MS 
Clinical Care Coordinator, Staff Counselor
Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor

Anna works with adults ages 18 and older. She has experience with a wide range of concerns, including anxiety, depression, and other mood disorders, managing life transitions, developing healthy relationships, and maternal mental health.

Johnne Armentrout, MAEd
Adjunct Counselor
Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor
Erin Binkley, PhD
Adjunct Counselor 
Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor

Johnne sees adult individuals and couples and has extensive experience working with college students. She has special interests in anxiety, depression, lifespan transitions including post-divorce and pre/post retirement, relationship and family of origin issues, grief and loss, sexual orientation, self-esteem, perfectionism, faith and spirituality, and life balance.

Erin works with individual adults and adolescents ages 12 and older.  Her areas of interest include trauma, interpersonal relationships, identity development, life transitions, and supporting clients experiencing physical, sexual, and emotional abuse.

Alan Cameron, PhD
Adjunct Psychologist
Licensed Psychologist 
Amy Bond Craver, MS
Staff Counselor
Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor

Alan sees adults 18 and up and has extensive experience working with college students. In addition to 

anxiety and depression, his special areas of interests include relationship and family of origin issues, 

sexual orientation, gender identity, career/vocational issues, and ACOA (Adult Children of Alcoholics).

Amy sees clients age 18 and up. She has special interests in anxiety, adjustment and life transitions, parenting concerns, relationship issues, grief and loss, cancer diagnosis/treatment and caregiver support.

Mary Beth Edens, MAEd
Adjunct Counselor
Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor

Mary Beth sees children, adolescents and adults and has extensive school counseling experience. She 

values using creativity in counseling and her special areas of interest include anxiety, depression, family 

changes, friendship skills, school-related concerns, ADHD and parenting.

Rebecca Fogley, PsyD
Staff Psychologist
Licensed Psychologist

Becca provides individual therapy to adults of all ages and adolescents age 16 and older. She has experience working with a broad range of presenting concerns in university and hospital settings. Areas of particular interest include trauma, grief and loss, anxiety, interpersonal difficulties, and identity concerns.

Rose Flower
Jackie Friedman, PhD
Adjunct Psychologist
Licensed Psychologist 

Jackie provides psychoeducational assessments for clients from age 7 through adulthood. She has extensive experience and training in assessment for ADHD and Learning Disorders for the school-aged and college-aged populations.

Melody Nicholas, MA
Staff Counselor
Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate

Melody provides individual and group therapy to those ages 18 and older. She is working to become a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist (CEDS) through the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals (IAEDP) and is trained in Family-Based Treatment for children and adolescents with eating disorders. Her other areas of interest are pregnancy/miscarriage/raising a family, body-image disturbance, divorce/rebuilding, and identity loss and formation.

Jennifer Rogers, PhD
Adjunct Counselor
Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate

Jennifer works with adults of all ages. She is interested in helping people work through anxiety, depression, and other periods of transition, growth, and new awareness in their personal and professional lives.

Chrysanthemum Close Up
Beth Harper, MATS, MA
Staff Counselor
Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor

Beth sees adults of all ages for individual counseling. She enjoys working with clients who are dealing with depression, anxiety, trauma, identity exploration and formation, perfectionism, relationship concerns, family of origin issues, and faith and spirituality concerns, including those who have been hurt by organized religion. She provides open and affirming counseling with the LGBTQIA+ community.

Flower Buds
Adelaide Palermo, MAEd
Adjunct Counselor
Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor

Adelaide sees adults 18 and up. Adelaide's style is supportive, and her focus areas include anxiety, 

depression, faith and spirituality, balancing life priorities, personal growth, and intercultural work.

White Lily
Kelly Simpson, MAEd
Adjunct Counselor
Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor

Kelly sees adults and adolescents. Her special areas of interest include depression, anxiety, trauma recovery, eating disorders, grief and loss, faith and spirituality, and personal growth.

Still Life
Kim Smith-Stanley, MA, MDiv
Staff Counselor
Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor

Kim provides individual counseling for adolescents and adults and has a special interest in working with those experiencing grief and loss, weariness and disengagement, navigating life transitions, depression, and anxiety.  She provides open and affirming counseling with the LGBTQIA+ community. She holds space for spiritually integrated counseling for people of all faiths and no faith. Kim is also an ordained minister and spiritual director.

Spiritual Direction

David Fouche, MDiv 
Spiritual Director

David has been serving as a spiritual director at Trinity Center since 1996 and in addition to his time here, has extensive experience working in a university setting. He incorporates music, art, scripture meditation, the spiritual classics, nature, and the wisdom of many religious traditions in his work with clients.

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