Personal Counseling Services Staff
Stephanie joined Personal Counseling Services as a staff clinician in 2016. Prior to coming to Edgewood, she completed her post-doc at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse . Stephanie is originally from Long Beach, CA and received her BA at Amherst College in Massachusetts. She obtained an M.A. and Psy.D. in clinical psychology at Rosemead School of Psychology in Southern California. As a generalist Stephanie works with most every concern that students bring but has a passion for working with folks on self-care, maintaining healthy relationship boundaries, disordered eating struggles, healing from trauma, spiritual or religious issues, and issues related to race, ethnicity, sexuality, and other areas of culture and identity development. In her free time Stephanie enjoys dancing, reading sci-fi/fantasy novels, traveling, eating spicy foods, and watching movies.
Cobb-Sheehan completed her B.S. in Psychology from the University of Oregon,
her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Auburn University, and her
post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. She joined
Personal Counseling Services in 2013. She takes a person-centered approach to
therapy, while also placing emphasis on patterns learned from family and early
life experiences. Therapy can help discover which patterns may be helpful or
hindering and can provide opportunities for change and empowerment. Megan’s
areas of expertise include depression and anxiety, trauma, disordered eating,
and family & relationship concerns.
Hannah Glenn is an advanced doctoral student. Her approach to psychotherapy centers around understanding the way our past experiences inform the way we navigate the world and then recognizing, shifting, or strengthening those patterns to promote healing and growth. Hannah's interests include making mental health information and mental health care accessible to everyone and the ways people learn about mental health on social media when they do not have access to care. In her spare time, Hannah loves to read books, kayak, ice skate, and spend time with her cat and dog.
Kevon Williams is a third-year doctoral student. He approaches therapy from a narrative perspective, exploring how the stories we embody as reflective of our life experiences and who we are today influences our mental health and hopes for the future. His interests include supporting clients in exploring their cultural, vocational, and or self-identity and empowering them with feeling agentic in maintaining wellness and achieving the lifestyle they value for themselves. Kevon enjoys hiking, watching sports, catching up anime’s and tending to his plants, in his spare time.