Meggen Sixbey

Chair (2016-2018)

Position: Associate Director & Clinical Assistant Professor
School: University of Florida

Academic History:

  • Ph.D., 2005, University of Florida, Counselor Education
  • Ed.S., 2002, University of Florida, Counselor Education
  • M.Ed., 2002, University of Florida, Counselor Education
  • B.S., 2000, University of Florida, Psychology

Contact Information:

  • Address: 3190 Radio Road, Gainesville, FL 32611
  • Phone: 352-392-1575
  • E-mail:

Professional Interests: Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention; Grief and Bereavement; Couples Work; Supervision and Teaching

Personal Interests: Being Outdoors; Running; Playing Volleyball; Playing with My Three Daughters; Coaching Volleyball; Spending Time with Friends; Enjoying the Process

Dwaine Campbell

Past Chair (2014-2016)

Position: Psychologist & Coordinator of Psychology Practicum Training
School: University of Michigan

Academic History:

  • Ph.D., 2005, Michigan State University, Counseling Psychology
  • M.A., 1995, Michigan State University, Counseling
  • B.S., 1993, Northern Michigan University, Psychology

Contact Information:

  • Address: U-M CAPS, 530 S. State Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1308
  • Phone: 734-764-8312
  • E-mail:

Professional Interests: Counseling Center Training and Outreach; Multcultural Counseling and Supervision; Men and Masculinity; Social Justice

Personal Interests: Photography; Running; Outdoor Activities; Community Service


Megan Marks (2014-2018 Cohort)

Committees: Technology, Membership, Awards

Position: Staff psychologist, Coordinator of Career Services
School: University of Kentucky

Academic History:

  • >> Ph.D., 2011, Pennsylvania State University, Counseling Psychology
  • >> M.A., 2006, George Washington University, Community Counseling
  • >> B.A., 1999, Vassar College, Psychology

Contact info:

Professional Interests: Training and education in professional psychology, Career development and transitions, Outreach and community intervention, Suicide prevention, Veteran issues, Interpersonal concerns, LGBTQ concerns, and identity development.

Personal Interests: Spending time with friends, cooking, and shopping.


Kole Mason (Graduate Student Representative) (2017-2020 Cohort)

Committees: Program, Awards

Academic History:

  • Psy.D., 2017 (Expected Graduation) Carlow University, Counseling Psychology
  • M.A., 2015 Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, Counseling (College specialty) 
  • B.S., 2009, Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania, Psychology (Minor in Criminology)

Contact Information:

Professional Interests: Identity Development and Integration; LGBTQIA+ Individuals and Concerns, Clinician Competence; Multicultural Counseling and Social Justice Issues; Mindfulness, Meditation, and Yoga Approaches in Therapy

Personal Interests: Practicing Yoga, Listening to Music, Reading, Spending Time with my Partner, Friends, and Family, and Traveling 


Jodi K. Caldwell (2015-2018 Cohort)

Position: Director, Counseling Center
School Georgia Southern University

Academic History::

  • 2000 Ph.D. Counseling Psychology, Texas Tech University
  • 1998 M. A. Psychology, Texas Tech University
  • 1995 B. A. Psychology, Florida Atlantic University

Professional Interests: Sexual Trauma survivors; Counseling Center Administration; Training

Personal Interests: Reading, spending time with my family, my 5 dogs and cat (who thinks he is a dog), cooking, knitting, experimenting in my herb/vegetable garden, yoga, and doing logic puzzles.


Alan M. “Woody” Schwitzer (2015-2018 Cohort)

Committees: College Counseling Knowledge-base; Newsletter

Position: Licensed Psychologist & Professor of Counseling

School: Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA

Academic History:

  • Ph.D., 1990, Virginia Commonwealth University, Counseling Psychology
  • Ph.D. Internship, 1989, The University of Texas at Austin
  • M.S., 1986, Virginia Commonwealth University, Counseling Psychology
  • B.S., 1983, Psychology, Virginia Tech

Contact Information:

  • Address: Education Building 110, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA 23529
  • Phone: 757-683-3251
  • Email:

Professional Interests: College student health and mental health; College student adjustment, development, and learning; Counseling centers and health centers

Personal Interests: Traveling; Music & festivals, Beaching; Cooking; Dogs


Emily Russell Slife (2015-2018 Cohort)

Committee: Publicity

Position: Training Coordinator and Eating Disorder Treatment Team Coordinator

School: University of Nevada-Las Vegas


Katy Griner (2016-2019 Cohort)

Committees: Publicity, Website

Position: Counselor
School: Simpson College

Academic History:

  • M.2, 2007, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Counselor Education
  • B.A., 2005, Truman State University, Psychology

Contact Information:

Elizabeth Gonzalez (2016-2019 Cohort)

Elizabeth González, MSW, LMSW is the Assistant Director for Clinical Services at the University of Michigan. Ms. González's clinical experiences are primarily in the area of adolescent and adult mental health. Specifically, her clinical work is focused on eating disorders, trauma, gender identity, and LGBTQ concerns. Through her work at CAPS she developed two support groups; Las Comadres and We’re the First. These groups support self-­‐identified Latina/Afro-­‐ Latina graduate students and first-­‐generation college students, respectively. 
Ms. González has experience working in higher education institutions, non-­‐profits, and clinical settings in Texas, Michigan, and Costa Rica. She has worked for the Upward Bound program at Huston-­‐Tillotson University and for the AmeriCorps-­‐ Community Mentor Program at St. Edward's University. In addition, she has worked at the National Domestic Violence Hotline, Breakthrough Austin, Safe House Center in Ann Arbor, and Casa de Derechos in Costa Rica.
When Ms. González is not engaged in clinical work you can find her serving on the Board of Directors for Casa Latina in Ann Arbor, reading historical fiction, and running 10Ks.


John Guthman (2016-2019 Cohort)

Director – Office of Student Counseling Services
Dr. Guthman’s professional commitment to Hofstra University began more than 20 years ago, initially as an adjunct instructor in the Department of Psychology and shortly thereafter as a counselor in the office of Student Counseling Services, where he currently serves as Director. The most rewarding aspect of his work continues to be represented by opportunities to assist students with their personal concerns and collaborating with others who are doing the same.  His formal education as a licensed psychologist began as an undergraduate psychology student at Northeastern University and included graduate training in clinical psychology programs at Western Michigan University and Hofstra University. Clinical work in hospital, school and community agency settings has helped shape his understanding of psychology as a diverse professional field with abundant opportunities for service and life-­‐long learning.


Stephanie Preston (2016-2019 Cohort)

I am a Florida Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Qualified Clinical Supervisor, and NBCC National Certified Counselor. I have worked at UCF Counseling & Psychological Services since August 2011. I provide individual counseling, facilitate groups, supervise graduate students, and serve on our training committee. My areas of interest and expertise include college student identity development, grief & loss, domestic violence, depression, addiction, mindfulness & meditation, indigenous spirituality, and LGBTQ+ concerns. I completed my Master of Education at Clemson University in 1997. (Go Tigers!) I have a passion for helping college students and previously worked in higher education as an orientation leader, campus tour guide, resident assistant, hall director, and wellness educator. My proudest personal achievement has been completing the Ironman Arizona triathlon in November 2012 after learning to swim at age 34. Other random fun facts are that I am a practicing Quaker and worked at UPS as a package sorter to help pay for college.

Lynne Reeder (2016-2019 Cohort)

Dr. B. Lynne Reeder is currently the Director of the Counseling Center and University Testing Services at the University of North Carolina-­‐Wilmington.  She has served in a number of roles within ACPA and is an emeritus trustee for the ACPA Foundation. She welcomes the
 opportunity to again work directly within CCAPS! Dr. Reeder is a Licensed Psychologist in North Carolina and Georgia, and a Licensed Professional Counselor in Georgia. In addition to ACPA, she is currently a member of the American Psychological Association (APA), the Association of University and College Counseling Center Directors (AUCCCD), and the National College Testing Association (NCTA).