Our Staff

Clinical Staff

Kathlyn Dailey, Ph.D.
Title: Director
Degree: Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, Texas Tech University, 1984
Licenses: Licensed Psychologist, Texas 
Areas of Interest: Ethical/legal/professional issues; training; LGB issues; learning disabilities; relationship issues; substance abuse
Pam Moore, Ph.D.
Title: Assistant Director/Training Director/Supervising Psychologist
Degree: Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, Texas Tech University, 1991
Licenses: Licensed Psychologist, Texas
Areas of Interest: Training and supervision; career counseling; psychology of women; diversity; grief and loss; bibliotherapy
Heather Aidala, Psy.D.
Title: Assistant Director, Clinical Services/Senior Psychologist
Degree: Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology, 2002
Licenses: Licensed Psychologist, Texas
Areas of Interest: Gender and sexual identity; multiculturalism; psychological assessment; theories of development; training; trauma recovery
Blanca Sanchez-Navarro, M.A.
Title: Assistant Director, Educational Programming and Outreach/Supervising Counselor
Degree: M.A., Clinical Psychology, St. Mary’s University (San Antonio, TX), 1989
Licenses: Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor, Texas
Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor, Texas
Areas of Interest: Chemical dependency; ACOA/dysfunctional family issues; relationship violence; psychoeducational programming and consultation
Israel Najera, Jr., Ph.D.
Title: Professional Development Chair/Supervising Counselor
Degree: Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, The Ohio State University, 1990
Licenses: Licensed Professional Counselor, Texas
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Texas
Areas of Interest: First generation college students; acculturation of Hispanic students; anger management; domestic violence
Joanne Salas, Ph.D.
Title: Senior Psychologist
Degree: Ph.D., Educational Psychology/Counseling, The University of Texas at Austin, 2000
Licenses: Licensed Psychologist, Texas
Areas of Interest: Health and wellness; grief and loss; life transitions; resiliency; diversity
Clare Duffy, Ph.D.  
Title Psychologist/Practicum Coordinator/Assessment Coordinator  
Degree: Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, Texas A&M University, 2011  
Licenses: Licensed Psychologist, Texas  
Areas of Interest: Multiculturalism, gender nonconformity, sexual orientation, personality development and relational concerns, life-role/identity concerns, self-harm, women's issues; substance abuse; psychological assessments; training and supervision; outreach and prevention  
Laurie Westfall, M.S.  
Title: Clinical Case Manager  
Degree: M.S., University of Texas at Austin, 1989  
Licenses: Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Texas  
Areas of Interest: Juvenile corrections; child and adolescent development; women issues  
Hillary Lambert, Psy.D.  
Title: Psychologist
Degree: Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, George Fox University, 2010
Licenses: Licensed Psychologist, Texas
Areas of Interest: Gender and sexual identity; trauma recovery; body image concerns; anxiety; adjustment/life transitions, identity and spirituality issues
Bernard Ramsey, Psy.D.
Title: Counselor
Degree: Psy.D., Counseling Psychology, Our Lady of the Lake University, 2012
Areas of Interest: Anxiety; depression; ADHD; adjustment; self-esteem; first-generation concerns; academic functioning
Kim Litwinowich, Psy.D.
Title: Psychologist
Degree: Psy.D., Counseling Psychology, Our Lady of the Lake University, 2013
Licenses: Licensed Professional Counselor, Texas
Areas of Interest:
 
Relationships and communication, self-esteem, dysfunctional family issues, life transitions, self-exploration/discovery, intimacy and sexuality,
women's issues; health and wellness
 
Daniela Dominguez, Psy.D.
Title: Postdoctoral Resident
Degree: Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, Our Lady of the Lake University, 2015
Area of Interest: Diversity and inclusion; working with first-generation, international students, dreamers, athletes, and student veterans; intimacy, infidelity, and break-up related concerns; mindfulness; identity and spirituality issues.
Rebecca Gonzalez, Ph.D
Title: Postdoctoral Resident
Degree:

Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, New Mexico State University 2015

Area of Interest:
 

Multiculturalism/Diversity, anxiety, romantic relationships, first generation college students, trauma
Meg Grant, M.Ed.
Title: Counselor
Degree: M.Ed., Counseling and Guidance, Southwest Texas State University, 1970
Areas of Interest: Quality; conflict resolution; women and depression; personality theory; relationships and communication; self-esteem enhancement
Molly Serafin, M.Ed.
Title: Counselor
Degree: M.Ed., Counseling and Guidance, Southwest Texas State University, 1991
Licenses: Licensed Professional Counselor, Texas
Areas of Interest: ACOA/dysfunctional family issues; self-esteem; grief and loss; codependency; depression
Kate Cotnam, LPC
Title: Counselor
Degree: MS, Counseling Psychology, Angelo State University, 2008
Licenses: Licensed Professional Counselor, Texas
Areas of Interest: Anxiety, Depression, Self Injury, Women's Issues, Trauma Recovery                                                                       

2015 - 2016 Doctoral Interns

Laurel Bluntzer, M.S.
Degree Program: Counseling Psychology
University: Our Lady of the Lake University
Mark Provence, B.A.
Degree Program: Counseling Psychology
University: University of Texas at Austin
Mike Unger, M.Ed.
Degree Program: Clinical Psychology
University: Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine

2015 - 2016 Practicum Trainees

Matthew Chester
Degree Program: Counseling Psychology 
University: University of Texas at Austin
Lacey Legan
Degree Program: Counseling Psychology 
University: Our Lady of the Lake University
Sally Lineback
Degree Program: Counseling Psychology 
University: University of Texas at Austin

Administrative Staff

Ethel Banks - Senior Administrative Assistant

Maryann Durocher - Administrative Assistant II

Nancy DeLeon - Administrative Assistant II

Brenda Rau - Administrative Assistant II

Blake Boone - Graduate Research Assistant

Amanda Wasser - Graduate Research Assistant