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Counseling Center Staff

Professional Staff

Annette Molyneux

Annette Molyneux, PhD
Associate Vice President for Student Success, Director of Counseling and Health

ajm26@drexel.edu

Annette Molyneux, PhD, brings over 30 years of professional experience to the Office of Counseling and Health. She is responsible for Drexel's Counseling Center, Student Health Center, and Student Health Insurance and Immunization Office. She collaborates with academic departments, the Department of Public Safety and the Office of General Counsel, and she sits on a number of committees to address issues that challenge the physical and mental health of members of our community. Before entering a University setting, Annette had spent many years as part of a large private practice, working as a clinician and then regional supervisor.

A Pennsylvania-licensed psychologist, Annette is also an adjunct professor at Drexel in the College of Arts and Sciences, where she teaches both graduate and undergraduate psychology courses. She received her bachelor of arts degree in psychology from Kent State University in 1971 and her doctorate in psychology from Northern Illinois University in 1980.

Tania Czarnecki

Tania Czarnecki, PsyD
Executive Director of Counseling

tac73@drexel.edu

Dr. Tania Czarnecki joined Drexel in 2010 and became the Executive Director in 2020. She received her PsyD in clinical psychology from The Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, and completed her APA-accredited internship at Trenton Psychiatry Hospital / The College of New Jersey’s Counseling Center. Dr. Czarnecki has clinical experience in a variety of treatment settings, including inpatient, outpatient community mental health care, and college counseling centers. Since receiving her doctorate, she has specialized in collegiate and young adult mental health. Dr. Czarnecki served as the Associate Director/ Director of Training at Drexel’s Counseling Center for the last eight years, providing direct clinical services to students, administrative oversight of the Center, as well as establishing the APA-accredited internship and overseeing the training program.

Tania’s professional interests include clinical training and supervision for trainees and staff, developmental issues of early adulthood, multiculturalism, mindfulness, stress/anxiety management and trauma. She is a Pennsylvania licensed psychologist.

Scott Sokoloski, PhD

Scott Sokoloski, PhD
Associate Director of Counseling for Technology and Communication
Coordinator, Peer Counseling Helpline and 7 Cups of Tea

sas464@drexel.edu

Scott Sokoloski, PhD, received his doctorate in Counseling Psychology in 2007 from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, after completing his pre-doctoral internship at Appalachian State University in Boone, N.C. He earned his bachelor of science degree in Psychology from Francis Marion University in Florence, SC. He joined the staff of the Counseling Center in March 2011. He also performed as a professional musician for 15 years before completing his degree.

Along with administrative duties, Scott oversees the technological aspects of the Counseling Center as well as developing marketing initiatives and partnering with various campus departments. He is the Coordinator of the Peer Counseling Helpline and Drexel's partnership with 7 Cups of Tea, and also serves as the liaison for Drexel's Office of Housing and Residence Life, making himself available for appointments and consultations with HRL staff and Resident Assistants. In addition, he serves on numerous campus committees in an effort to provide support for the entire Drexel community.

Scott takes a client-centered and holistic approach to therapy and integrates aspects of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, mindfulness-based therapy and the use of creative expression in counseling. His clinical interests include the use of technology in mental wellness, supervision and training, group therapy, LGBTQIA+, and diversity/multiculturalism. Scott is a licensed psychologist in the state of Pennsylvania.

Barbara Inkeles, PsyD

Barbara Inkeles, PsyD
Assistant Director of Counseling

bli25@drexel.edu

Barbara Inkeles, PsyD, joined Drexel’s Counseling Center in 2015. For the previous eight years she worked at The Renfrew Center of Philadelphia, a residential facility specializing in the treatment of girls and women with eating disorders and co-occurring mental health issues, including substance abuse, trauma, low self-esteem, anxiety and depression. Her previous experience also includes providing learning therapy to university students with learning disabilities, other disabilities and ADHD. Barbara works collaboratively with students in identifying treatment goals and developing new coping strategies. She creates a safe and supportive environment for students to explore and navigate the complex interconnection between learning, past experiences, interpersonal communication, self-esteem and general well-being.

Barbara has years of experience working in collaboration with and as a member of interdisciplinary health care teams. Her clinical interests include strategies for creating effective interdisciplinary team collaboration as well as improving the health and wellness of both care providers and recipients through stress management and mindfulness skills. She received her doctoral degree from the Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology at Widener University in 2005.

Catherine Dubaillou, PsyD

Catherine Dubaillou, PsyD
Psychologist 2

csd28@drexel.edu

Catherine Dubaillou, PsyD, joined Drexel’s Counseling Center in February 2015. Her clinical experience began in the art therapy field 18 years ago. Catherine received her master of arts degree in art therapy from Drexel University in 1999 and her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Widener University in 2012. She previously spent four years at The Renfrew Center in Philadelphia, a residential facility specializing in the treatment of women suffering from eating disorders and co-occurring mental health problems. Prior to The Renfrew Center, she provided services in a variety of settings including community-based mental health clinics, a veterans medical center, inpatient, residential and partial hospital settings. She has experience working with families, couples, children and adults from various backgrounds and levels of functioning.

Catherine primarily conceptualizes her clinical work from an integrative psychodynamic and interpersonal-relational theoretical framework, but incorporates interventions from a variety of theories based on the student’s needs and presenting issues. Her training as an art therapist has made her particularly attuned to the role of creativity, the use of metaphors, and non-verbal approaches to treatment. Catherine emphasizes a collaborative therapeutic relationship where the focus is on fostering personal growth and awareness and in helping students make choices that are adaptive and empowering.

Catherine’s professional areas of interest include body image and eating disorders, trauma, interpersonal relationship issues, cultural transitions, sociocultural influences and socioeconomic status in adjustment issues. As a French native, she is also fluent in French.
Clarie-Ann Henriques, Psy.D.

Clarie-Ann Henriques, PsyD
Staff Therapist
Diversity Coordinator

chw49@drexel.edu

Clarie-Ann received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from La Salle University in August 2020. She earned a Master’s in Clinical and Counseling Psychology from Chestnut Hill College, a Master’s in Clinical Psychology from La Salle University, and a BS in Psychology from Stockton University. She has previous experience conducting both individual and group therapy in various college counseling centers, a medical OBGYN setting, and an inpatient hospital. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at Drexel’s Counseling Center.

Clarie-Ann takes a multicultural and integrative approach to therapy, drawing primarily from acceptance and commitment, relational, and mindfulness-based therapies. Her clinical interests include diversity and multiculturalism, relationship concerns, identity exploration and relationship with the self, and anxiety disorders. Clarie-Ann values and uses authenticity, compassion, and collaboration to foster a safe and respectful therapy space for her clients.
James Kim, M.A.

James Kim, PsyD
Staff Therapist
Groups Coordinator

jjk373@drexel.edu

James received his doctorate in Clinical Psychology in 2019 from George Fox University in Newberg, OR after completing his pre-doctoral internship at Drexel Counseling Center in Philadelphia, PA. He earned his bachelor's degree in Biblical Studies from Lancaster Bible College in Lancaster, PA, and his master's in Clinical Psychology at George Fox University in Newberg, OR. He joined the staff of the Counseling Center in August 2021.

James has clinical experience working with college and graduate students from various college counseling centers. He has also provided clinical services in community mental health settings and crisis consultation services at emergency departments.

James takes a Relational-Cultural approach to therapy, the idea that we are relationally oriented, and human connection provides meaning and empowerment in one's life. In addition to understanding the student's concern within the context of past and present interpersonal relationship patterns and sociocultural factors that may intersect with their experience, he utilizes aspects of Humanistic Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Solution-Focused Therapy to meet the student's goals. His clinical interests include diversity/multiculturalism/cultural humility, group therapy, spirituality, relational concerns, identity formation.
Minsun Lee, PhD

Minsun Lee, PhD
Psychologist 1

lm322@drexel.edu

Minsun Lee, PhD, joined the Counseling Center in December 2020. She received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Drexel University in 2012, after completing her pre-doctoral internship at the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology at the University of Florida. Before joining the Center, she served as Assistant Professor at Temple University School of Medicine where she conducted studies to enhance health equity in racial/ethnic minority populations through community-based participatory research.

As a clinical health psychologist by training, Minsun worked in various multidisciplinary settings including sleep, oncology, and pain clinics, rehabilitation services, HIV partnership center, and community-based mental health clinics, as well as student counseling centers. She primarily adopts a broad-based cognitive and behavioral orientation utilizing a biopsychosocial perspective, but incorporates psychodynamic, humanistic, and interpersonal approaches to address clients’ unique needs. Minsun values a culturally adapted approach in therapy and is passionate about serving diverse clients who face a variety of biopsychosocial issues including somatic symptoms, depression and anxiety, interpersonal issues, acculturation, and social identity in their journey to self-discovery and maturation. Minsun is available to provide therapy in Korean.
Anjé McLish, MA

Anjé McLish, MA
Staff Therapist

apm95@drexel.edu

Anjé McLish, MA, joined the center in September 2020 after completing her internship at Drexel. She received her Bachelor’s in Creative Writing & Psychology from Franklin & Marshall College, and her Master’s in Counseling from Arcadia University. In addition to being a counselor, Anjé is also a certified Reiki Practitioner, Spiritual Life Coach, and Yoga Instructor.

During her time in undergraduate and graduate school, she spent her years heavily working within the student body. From being a resident advisor and research assistant, to working in admissions and international programs, she greatly enjoys being able to work with and hear experiences from students within higher education. Anjé takes on an integrative approach in therapy, drawing from emotion focused, interpersonal, cognitive behavioral, and mindfulness-based techniques. Her clinical interests include diversity and multiculturalism, interpersonal relationships, anxiety, and stress management. Anjé values authenticity, compassion, and collaboration, fostering a safe and respectful place for her clients' self-exploration and growth.

Psychiatry

Neal Stolar, M.D., Ph.D.

Neal Stolar, MD-PhD
Psychiatrist

nms368@drexel.edu

Neal Stolar, MD-PhD, joined Drexel’s Counseling Center in June 2017, as the psychiatrist for the Center. He received his MD in 1990 and his PhD in Biological Psychology in 1992, both from the University of Illinois – Urbana Champaign. He completed his psychiatry residency program in 1995 at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. He has worked in private practice since 1996, using psychotherapy in combination, when needed, with medication management. He has worked in community mental health centers and residential programs as staff psychiatrist and sometimes as Medical Director as well. Along with his work at Drexel, he currently works in the Crozer Psychotherapy Services, and is a Clinical Associate Professor at the Department of Psychiatry of the University of Pennsylvania. He has participated in research there in both basic and clinical aspects of schizophrenia and has co-authored publications there and elsewhere about these subjects as well as psychophysiology.

Neal’s true passion is the practice of psychotherapy – ‘talk therapy’ – of which he utilizes many modalities in his work outside the Center. His view of psychiatric medications is that they can be beneficial as a supplement to the important practice of psychotherapy. He tries as best possible to keep their use to the safest minimal level, emphasizes avoidance of side effects, and encourages students to participate in the decision-making process of choosing which, if any, medications might be preferable. Natural supplements and diet adjustments can also be part of the treatment approach. Health habits, including exercise, relaxation techniques, socialization, leisure activities, proper limitations of caffeine and other substances, and sleep hygiene are also assessed and evaluated. Neal participates in weekly meetings with the other clinical staff to coordinate care of Drexel students.

Case Management

Randy Hoffman

Randy Hoffman, MSW, LCSW
Case Manager

rah356@drexel.edu

Randy Hoffman, a Licensed Social Worker in the state of Pennsylvania joined Drexel University’s Counseling Center in May of 2018. She serves as clinical case manager providing case management, clinical support, brief counseling, crisis intervention, outreach and consultation services to the Drexel University community. Randy has a degree in psychology and sociology from the State University of New York at Albany and a Masters in Social Work with a clinical concentration from the University of Pennsylvania. She did her field work at Friend’s Hospital and at Philadelphia’s Rape Crisis Center—WOAR. Her therapeutic approach is primarily CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), Solution-Focused and Strengths-Based.

Administrative Staff

Linda Privetera

Linda DePrisco-Privetera
Business Manager

lmd22@drexel.edu

Linda DePrisco-Privetera joined the Drexel community in 1998 and worked in the Office of the Dean of Students for two years before transferring to the Office of Counseling, Health and Wellness in May of 2000. Linda brings many organizational and managerial talents to her role as office coordinator. She is also the person responsible for scheduling all appointments at the University City Counseling Center location. She received her bachelor of arts degree in communications from Temple University in 1988.

Ashley Martindale

Ashley Martindale
Administrative and Program Coordinator

am4976@drexel.edu

Ashley Martindale (she/her) earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from West Chester University in December 2019. Prior to joining Drexel University’s Counseling Center in June 2021, she served as the office manager of a local outpatient treatment center. In her role at Drexel, she assists with scheduling all appointments for therapists and helps coordinate outreach activities, among other various administrative duties to support the center.

2021 - 2022 Doctoral Interns

Sri Harathi, M.A.




Sri Harathi, MA

Sri Harathi, MA, is a pre-doctoral intern at DUCC. She is also a doctoral candidate at the University of Hartford’s Graduate Institute for Professional Psychology (GIPP). She earned her master’s degree in Clinical Practices from GIPP and her BA in Psychology from Rutgers University. Sri has previous experience in clinical work in a university counseling center, an adult education center, and a community mental health clinic.

Sri has experience providing therapy in a range of modalities, though she tends to approach clients from a relational perspective with an emphasis on the client-therapist relationship. She considers social justice and multicultural perspectives to be foundational to her therapeutic approach. Her clinical interests include identity development and self-concept, trauma, anxiety, adjustment concerns, family of origin concerns, and working with minority-identified students. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her cats and partner, maintaining her plant collection, and crafting.

Julia Saul, M.A.





Julia Saul, MA

Julia Saul, MA, is a doctoral intern at the Drexel Counseling Center, completing a one-year internship to earn her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from La Salle University in Philadelphia, PA. She earned her master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from La Salle University, and a BA in Psychology from Temple University. Julia has prior experience conducting individual and group therapy in various college counseling centers and community mental health outpatient clinics.

Julia takes an integrative approach to therapy drawing from cognitive behavioral, acceptance-based, dialectical behavior, multicultural, and relational approaches to meet students’ unique needs. Julia places emphasis on building a meaningful therapeutic relationship through genuineness, acceptance, compassion, and curiosity to promote clients’ self-discovery and personal growth. Her clinical interests include relationship concerns, stress and anxiety management, depression, low self-esteem, multiculturalism, and identity exploration.

Katrina Selverian, M.S.W.




Katrina Selverian, MSW

Katrina Selverian, MSW, is a doctoral intern at the Drexel Counseling Center, completing a one-year internship to earn her doctorate in counseling psychology from Fordham University in NYC. Katrina earned her master’s degree in clinical social work from the University of Pennsylvania and has a strong multicultural and social justice-focused orientation as a result of her training. Katrina has prior experience conducting individual therapy in college counseling centers, community outpatient clinics, and outpatient psychiatric centers.

Katrina works primarily from a psychodynamic and relational perspective, utilizing a multicultural lens. In practice, she values a focus on the therapeutic relationship, authenticity, and collaboration with clients. Katrina’s clinical interests include multicultural counseling, bicultural identity, trauma, intergenerational trauma, attachment-related and familial concerns, depression, and anxiety.

Jojo Yao, M.Phil.





Jojo Yao, MPhil

Jojo Yao, M.Phil., is a doctoral intern at Drexel Counseling Center, completing a one-year internship to earn her doctoral degree in counseling psychology from University of Louisville. Jojo received her M.Phil. and M.S.Ed. in professional counseling from University of Pennsylvania and her B.A. in psychology and studio art from Franklin and Marshall College. Her research interests, influenced by her own experience as an international student in the U.S., center around resilience, well-being, and acculturation among international students and immigrants in the U.S. Her dissertation topic focuses on examining the effects of ethnic-racial socialization on internalized racism and psychological distress among Asians and Asian Americans in the U.S.

Jojo has experience and interests in working with young adults with presenting concerns including perfectionism and anxiety-related concerns, trauma, eating and body image concerns, grief and loss, and multicultural/diversity issues. She works primarily from an integration of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and interpersonal process theories that emphasize one’s moment-to-moment experiences and relational dynamics while incorporating a cultural humility lens and strengths-based perspectives.

2021 - 2022 Psychology Externs

Natania Lipp, BS

Gerald Martin, MA

Bridget Sundel, BS

Gabriella Terry, MA