Mary Graydon, Room 214
Mon and Thurs: 9am-6pm
Tues, Wed, and Fri: 9am-5pm
Summer hours: M-F 9am-5pm
Closed Saturday and Sunday
4400 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20016-8150
Traci Callandrillo, Ph.D., Director
Doctorate: University of Kansas.
Special interests: clinical supervision and training, group therapy, college student development, mental health issues in higher education, existential therapy, integrative psychotherapy approaches, stages of change models, LGBTQ issues, relationship concerns, working with men's issues in therapy, positive psychology, and white racial identity development.
Rachel Wernicke, Ph.D., Associate Director for Clinical Services
Doctorate: American University
Special Interests: integrative psychotherapy (interpersonal and cognitive-behavioral approaches), women's mental health issues across the reproductive life span, mood and anxiety disorders, life/role transitions and identity development, grief and trauma, mindfulness-based meditation, clinical supervision and training, mental health issues in higher education.
Amanda Rahimi, Ph.D., Assistant Director for Outreach and Consultation
Doctorate: George Mason University.
Special interests: women's issues, cultural identity development, body image and eating disorders, grief and loss, psychodynamic therapy, outreach and consultation, and clinical training.
Ana Buenaventura, Psy.D., Staff Clinician
Doctorate: George Washington University.
Special interests: psychodynamic therapy, object relations theory, trauma and recovery, multicultural issues, cultural adjustment of international students, and learning disorders.
Keum-Hyeong Choi , Ph.D., Staff Clinician
Doctorate: Loyola University of Chicago.
Special interests: psychodynamic theory, attachment and separation-individuation, loss and grief, multicultural and women's issues.
Jason Hacker, Ph.D., Staff Clinician
Doctorate: Loyola University Chicago, Counseling Psychology
Special Interests: men and masculinity, alcohol and drug concerns, process addiction (gaming, gambling, internet, etc.), academic and career issues, social identities (social class, race, & ethnicity), LGBTQ concerns, trauma and recovery, supervision and training, Interpersonal Theory, and Self-Psychology.
Charrise de Vera Hipol, Psy.D., Staff Clinician
Doctorate: University of Denver, Graduate School of Professional Psychology.
Special Interests: identity development, multicultural issues, and women's issues.
Michael O'Heron, Ph.D., Staff Clinician
Doctorate: Ball State University
Special Interests: Psychodynamic therapy, self-psychology, emotion-focused therapy, identity related issues (e.g., ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, etc.), cross-cultural issues, LGBTQ issues, men and masculinity issues, trauma and recovery, couple therapy and relationship issues, career development, group therapy, and clinical supervision and training.