Our Training Staff

Laurence B. David, Ph.D. (Associate Director for Clinical Services)
University of Kansas

  • Integrative, psychotherapy, supervision and psychotherapy training, addictions. 

Fred Gager, Psy.D. (Senior Staff Psychologist)
Antioch New England Graduate School

  • Integrative psychotherapy (interpersonal, dynamic, cognitive behavioral); substance use assessments and treatment; clinical supervision.

Garima Lamba, Ph.D. (Associate Director for Outreach)
University of Memphis

  • Integrative (primarily humanistic, interpersonal, and multicultural); Individual and group psychotherapy, relationship issues, depression, international student concerns, training and supervision. 

Emily Massey, Psy.D. (Senior Staff Psychologist & Eating Disorder Specialist)
Widener University

  • Integrative (primarily Acceptance & Commitment Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, and Gottman Method Couples Therapy); eating disorders, couples and family issues, substance abuse, and life transitions.

Justin Massey, Psy.D. (Senior Staff Psychologist)
Chestnut Hill College

  • Integrative (primarily Acceptance & Commitment Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Gottman Method Couples Therapy and Schema Therapy); eating disorders, substance abuse, men's issues, anxiety, mood disorders and college adjustment.

Rosemary B. Nicolosi, Psy.D. (Staff Psychologist; Coordinator of Services for LGBTQ Students)
Argosy University

  • Integrative therapy (primarily, Cognitive Behavioral and Interpersonal Therapies); individual and group pyschotherapy; anxiety disorders; identity development; opportunities and challenges faced by LGBTQ students.

Jodi Pendroy, Psy.D. (Staff Psychologist)
University of Saint Thomas

  • Integrative (primarily humanistic, existential, and interpersonal); individual and group psychotherapy; crisis intervention and suicide prevention; mindfulness, self care, compassion and acceptance.

Eric D. Rose, Ph.D. (Staff Psychologist)
Case Western Reserve University

  • Brief psychodynamic therapy; modern psychoanalytic approaches including ego psychology and object relations; working with resistance; also interpersonal process groups; mindfulness meditation; psychology of religion; substance abuse issues.

Matthew Torres, Ph.D. (Associate Director for Training)
University of Pittsburgh

  • Integrative (primarily psychodynamic); Individual and group psychotherapy, supervision, substance abuse and dependence.