|Shirley Cobb is an L.P.C. and has been the Associate Director/Clinical Coordinator at the Counseling and Student Development Center (CSDC) since 1991. She received her graduate training in counseling at Eastern Kentucky University and the University of Virginia.
|Nina H. Critz (Staff Counselor & Case Manager, Counseling & Student Development Center; CSDC) received her Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Radford University. She earned a license as Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Virginia in December 2012. She came to the CSDC in June 2010 and provides individual, group, and case management services for CSDC clients.
|Patricia Crocker (Staff Psychologist, Sexual Trauma Empowerment Program Coordinator, Counseling & Student Development Center) received her PhD from University of Rhode Island. She completed her doctoral internship at Princeton House Behavioral Health and joined the CSDC for her postdoctoral residency in 2011. Dr. Crocker remained with the CSDC as senior staff following her residency. She provides individual counseling and also coordinates services and training related to survivors of sexual trauma.
|Leslie Gerrard (Staff Counselor & Outreach Coordinator, Counseling & Student Development Center) received her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Kentucky. She completed her doctoral internship and postdoctoral fellowship at the University of New Hampshire’s Counseling Center. She came to the CSDC in August 2013 and provides individual, group, and outreach programming services for CSDC clients and the JMU community.
|Colleen Tennyson (Psychiatrist, Counseling & Student Development Center) received her M.D. from The Ohio State University. She completed her psychiatric residency at University of Virginia and served as chief resident during her final year. Dr. Tennyson joined JMU in 2007 and provides psychiatric services for clients of the Counseling & Student Development Center.|
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