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Do you have a question you'd like to send to one of our Counseling and Mental Health Services Liaisons, Candyce Burke Auguste, Psy.D. or Claire E. Johnson, LICSW? Send your questions directly to them using one of our Ask a Liaison forms:

Ask Candyce Burke Auguste, Psy.D. a Question

Counseling and Mental Health Services Liaison

Canyce BurkeStaff Psychologist
Additional Roles: Leading the Oasis Student Group, Co-liaison for the Africana Center, Co-liaison for ResLife
Clinical Interests and Areas of Expertise: Women’s issues, intersectionality and identity development, working with students of color, mental health concerns impacting 1st generation college students, trauma informed care, resilience, spirituality and religious identity, holistic health and wellness
Theoretical Orientation: Strengths-based integrative approach factoring in important elements of a multi-cultural context. Person-centered work where the therapeutic relationship is valued as a tool for change. Background and training in humanistic approaches, CBT skills, DBT, ACT, and mindfulness
Language(s) Spoken: English
Pronouns: she/her/hers

Ask Claire E. Johnson, LICSW a Question

Counseling and Mental Health Services Liaison

Claire Johnson

Claire E. Johnson, LICSW

Care Management Clinician
Additional Roles: 
Liaison to the Africana Center
Clinical Interests and Areas of Expertise: College mental health; Children, Youth, and Families; Anxiety; Depression; Relationship issues; Diversity and Inclusion; Assessment and Psychoeducation; Impact of sociocultural context: Helping students connect to off campus therapy resources. 
Theoretical Orientation: Motivational Interviewing, Supportive Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy
Language(s) Spoken: English

Pronouns: she/her/hers 

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