Meet the Team

  • Director of Counseling Services

    Courtney Baczko is a licensed independent clinical social worker who brings extensive experience in clinical and administrative supervision and operational management across diverse settings to her role as counseling director. She embraces a collaborative and inclusive approach in both her staff supervision and management.

  • Counselor

    Sandra Capecelatro is a licensed independent clinical social worker with extensive experience using various therapeutic approaches such as dialectical behavior therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, narrative, and expressive arts. She takes a holistic, creative, and thoughtful approach to care with a dedication to empowering each individual in their personal steps towards growth and success. 

  • Counselor
    Daniel Goldberg, a licensed independent clinical social worker, takes an approach to counseling that embraces individual uniqueness and values personal choices while working collaboratively to strengthen one's self-awareness, communication, and relationship skills toward enhancing wellness.
  • Counselor/Rapid Access Specialist
    Kathleen Irving, a licensed independent clinical social worker, specializes in suicide and complex trauma interventions; family therapy; working with individuals developing their own sexual, gender, racial, ethnic, and wellness identities; and helping people to reconnect to their unique strengths and resources when adjusting to life changes.
  • Counselor/Multicultural Specialist

    Allison Lara is a Latinx, first-generation American and bilingual in Spanish. She works from a social justice framework, focusing on increasing access to and understanding of mental health services among Black, indigenous, and people of color. Her clinical areas of expertise include identity development, complex trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder, eating disorders, depression, and anxiety.

  • Counselor

    Sumana Shankar is a mental health counselor with an M.Ed. in counseling. Her therapeutic philosophy focuses on approaching people with curiosity and empathy while helping them strengthen their self-efficacy, resiliency, and self-inquiry practices.

  • Counselor

    Shirblina Thelismond is a licensed clinical social worker who views counseling as a collaborative endeavor that requires an honest and nonjudgmental space to work through life’s challenges. She draws from a variety of methods tailored to each student's needs to promote their maximum success.