Meet the Staff
Interests: Employee Assistance, Adult and Adolescent Therapy, Organizational Consulting, Worksite Wellness, Women's Issues, Cultural Competency, Intimate Partner Violence, Physician Wellness, Executive Coaching, Leadership and Employee Development.
Provides administrative assistance to the staff and serves as the primary contact for our clients, faculty and staff at our front desk.
Robin Huskey is FSAP's manager for Education and Outreach.
Jonetta James serves as the office manager for the Faculty Staff Assistance Program. In this role she is responsible for department's budget, physical resources and personnel.
Clinical Interests: Cultural Diversity, Substance Abuse, Spirituality, Stress and Wellness, Marriage/Family, Parenting, Anxiety, Depression, and Life Adjustment.
Clinical interests: Crisis intervention, Solution-focused therapy for individuals and couples, Substance abuse counseling especially relapse prevention, Psychological wellness checkups, and navigating clients towards a healthy work/life balance.
Clinical interests: Diversity and Cultural Competency, Depression, Anxiety, and Effective Communication
Marilyn provides leadership, clinical oversight, and directs services for two core FSAP service areas.
Clinical Interests: Grief and Loss; Death and Dying; Assisting with Stress and Anxiety Issues; Mindfulness Practices for Work and Daily Life; Relationship Concerns; and Personal Growth and Development.
Clinical interests: Medication Management, Mood and Anxiety Disorders, Women¿s Health, and Work/Life Balance
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT); has worked in a breath of clinical settings, as well as served as a clinical supervisor for many years
Clinical Interests: Life Transitions, Interplay of Workplace, Personality, and Family Dynamics, Communication in Intimate Relationships, Anger and Stress Reduction, Mood and Anxiety Disorders, Substance Abuse, Use of Humor in Therapy, Awareness of Mental Illness and Substance Abuse in the Workplace.
Interests: Clinical Training and Supervision: Physician Mental Health; Brief Integrative Psychotherapy, Clinical Interviewing; Psychodynamic Psychotherapy.
Clinical interests: individual therapy with the emerging adult and adult populations, group therapy, grief and loss, suicide prevention, relationship concerns, destigmatizing mental health issues in the African American community, Psychodynamic and interpersonal psychotherapy.
Clinical interests: anxiety, depression, developmental disorders, immigrant acculturation, identity development, relationship concerns, interpersonal theory, strengths-based and holistic approaches incorporating behavioral, mindfulness, and self-care interventions.