Matthew Schaffer, PsyD.Clinic Director
Dr. Matthew Schaffer received his B.A. in Psychology from Shippensburg University and a M.S. in Psychology and Human Service with an specialization in Child and Adolescent Therapy from Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia. He received his Psy.D. from Immaculata University in Malvern, Pennsylvania
Megan McDonnellMaster's Graduate Assistant
Megan is a master's student currently working as a graduate assistant in the Psychological Services Center. She received her B.A. in Comparative Literature and Language from Marywood University. Her clinical interests include depression, anxiety, and bereavement in all populations. Her research focuses on writing as a means of emotion regulation and as a vehicle for therapeutic change.
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.
Jila RusavageDoctoral Graduate Assistant
Jila is a fourth year Psy.D. student currently working as a doctoral graduate assistant in the Psychological Services Center. Jila received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Keystone College in La Plume, PA. She earned her master’s degree from Marywood University in Psychology. She is excited to continue her education to earn her doctoral degree. Her clinical interests include working with adolescents, adults, and couples. Her current research interests include mindfulness, empathy, and their roles as predictors of romantic relationship satisfaction.
Kirstin SchaferDoctoral Graduate Assistant
Kirstin is a third year Psy.D. student currently working as a doctoral graduate assistant in the Psychological Services Center. Kirstin received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from East Stroudsburg University in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. Her clinical interests include working with adolescents and young adults with mental illnesses, particularly eating disorders and body image concerns. Her research currently involves understanding the influence of appearance feedback on body image and the factors related to positive body image.