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Depression Screening Day
- October 8th 9am-7pm
Brooke Cannon, Ph.D.
Renae M. Courtney, Psy.D.
Kevin Creegan, Ph.D.
Frank DeMatteo, Ed.D, NASP
Amanda Luchansky, Psy.D.
Janet Muse-Burke, Ph.D.
David Renjilian, Ph.D.
- Fauve Luckey, Psy.D.
Renae CourtneyClinic Director
Dr. Renae Courtney received her B.A. in Psychology from Salisbury University and a M.A. in Human Sciences with an emphasis in Thanatology from Hood College Graduate School. She received her Psy.D. and Post-Graduate Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy from the School of Professional Psychology at Forest Institute, Springfield, MO. Renae joined the PSC after serving as a Program Director of the Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology at the School of Professional Psychology at Forest Institute. Concurrently, she owned a private practice where she provided assessment, individual, couple, and family therapy.
Renae is a licensed psychologist in the state of Pennsylvania and Missouri. Her research interest pertains to participant engagement in therapeutic environments. Renae is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology and Counseling and the Director of the Psychological Services Center.
Jasmine DavisMaster's Graduate Assistant
Jasmine is a second year Master's student currently working as a graduate assistant in the Psychological Services Center. She received her undergraduate degree in clinical psychology from Marywood University. Her clinical interests include working with adolescents and pursuing her doctorate degree. Her research interests focus on depression and its effects.
Doctoral Graduate Assistant
Maggie is a third year Psy.D. student currently working as a doctoral graduate assistant in the Psychological Services Center. Maggie received her undergraduate degree in Psychology with a minor in Spanish from Frostburg State University in Frostburg, Maryland. Her clinical interests include working with adults with mental illnesses including schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, eating disorders and an array of other concerns. Clinical interests also include psychodiagnostic and neuropsychological assessment. Her research currently involves studying the psychological processes related to food craving.
Emy MondayDoctoral Graduate Assistant
Emy is a third year Psy.D. student currently working as a doctoral graduate assistant in the Psychological Services Center. Emy received her undergraduate degree in Psychology with a minor in Sociology from Drew University in Madison, New Jersey. Her clinical interests are working with children, adolescents, and young adults and she hopes to one day have her own private practice and work as a part of an interdisciplinary team. Currently her research interests are about first year college student adjustment and wellbeing.
Karen OsborneAdministrative Assistant for the Psychological Services Center
Ms. Karen Osborne is the PSC's Secretary. She is a graduate of Lackawanna Jr. College holding an Associates Degree in Secretarial Science. She has previously worked in the Communication Sciences and Disorders Department and Graduate Admissions.