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Jane Clement

Jane Clement,  Ph.D.  Director

Hometown:  I was born in Blytheville, Arkansas. I relocated to Memphis, Tennessee for undergraduate and graduate school and have never left.

Alma Mater:  University of Memphis.  (GO TIGERS!)

Hobbies:   When I am not being the Director of the Counseling Center or working in my private practice, I enjoy time with family – particularly with my granddaughters. I enjoy playing bridge with friends and going to the lake. I go to any and all theater shows I am able. I collect kaleidoscopes and love art museums and antiques. My passion is Tiger Basketball – you will find me at most every game. I travel a lot but have a few places still on my bucket list...China, Croatia, and Costa Rica.

Professional Interest Areas:  Areas of professional interest for me are: Training, Diversity, Women’s issues, Couples, Myers-Briggs, and family therapy.

Wellness Tip:  Wellness for me means staying busy and finding time to laugh.


Robert Maichrowicz

Robert Maichrowicz, Ph.D.,  Associate Director

Hometown:  I was born in Orwell, Ohio (about 50 miles east of Cleveland).

Alma Mater:  University of Akron. 

Hobbies:  Music, Pittsburgh Steelers Football, attending my son’s sporting events.

Favorite books and/or movies:  My favorite book is “The Cat in the Hat Comes Back” and my favorite film is “The Titanic”.

Professional Interest Areas:  Intern and practicum student training, psychological assessment, and positive psychology.

Wellness Tip:  Enjoy the moment as nothing stays the same forever.  Remember to laugh along the way and to not take things too seriously.


Rich Scott

Rich Scott, Ph.D., Assistant Director

Hometown:  I was born in Michigan and grew up in St. Louis, Missouri.

Alma Mater:  University of Kansas. (Rock Chalk Jayhawk!)

Hobbies:  I enjoy hiking/camping, watching soccer (Manchester United!), video games, science fiction, comic books, and astronomy. 

Favorite Books/Films:  My favorite book is Dandelion Wine by Ray Bradbury and my favorite movie is Tommy Boy.

Professional Interest Areas:  Training and supervision of counseling students and interns, Latino psychology, LGBT issues/identity development, feminist therapy, mood disorders, trauma, grief and loss, and identity issues.

Wellness Tip:  Treat yourself as well as you would treat your loved ones and take the advice you would give.


Kim Williams Collins

Kim Williams Collins, Ph.D.

Hometown:  I was born in Arkansas and reared in Tennessee.

Alma Mater:  University of Memphis.  (GO TIGERS!)

Hobbies:  I enjoy time with family and friends, being outdoors, listening to music, and reading fiction. 

Favorite books and/or movies:  The Lord of the Rings, Hunger Games, and Harry Potter series.

Professional Interest Areas:  Women’s Issues, Multicultural/Diversity Issues, Training, Couples and Family, and Suicide Prevention.

Wellness Tip:  Health and wellness are important to me, so much so that I have completed several marathons and I am looking forward to completing a triathlon.  I believe that taking personal time is essential to health and wellness.  I encourage my clients to take time – even if it is just a few minutes daily – for themselves.


Earle Donelson

Earle Donelson, Ph.D.

Hometown:  I was raised in Memphis.  After high school, I lived in Colorado and Oregon. 

Alma Mater:  Kent State University

Hobbies:  I enjoy music, cooking, travel, and movies. 

Favorite Books/Films:  A few of my favorite books include To Kill A Mockingbird, Atonement, and Lost Horizon.

Professional Interest Areas:  Anxiety, PTSD, childhood trauma, ADHD, stress management, sexuality, self-identity, and relational issues.

Wellness Tip:  Always attend to the interconnected aspects of your wellbeing:  emotional, physical, intellectual, social, and spiritual.  If one is neglected, the whole will suffer.


Shawn Levstek

Shawn Levstek, Psy.D.

Hometown:  Cleveland area of Ohio (Willoughby).

Alma Mater:  Florida School of Professional Psychology

Hobbies:  I have a passion for traveling, hiking, and also, most recently, nature photography.  It is also worth noting that I am fantastic at skipping stones.

Favorite books and/or movies:  My favorite reads are Crime and Punishment and 1984.  My favorite film is Betelgeuse, Betelgeuse, Betelgeuse!

Professional areas of interest:  Group therapy, trauma, suicide prevention, training and supervision, personality or self-esteem concerns, relationships, and substance use.

Wellness Tip:  Always remember to take time for yourself to do the things that you enjoy most and to be yourself and act silly whenever you can.

Lisa Winborn

Lisa Winborn, Ph.D.

Hometown:  I was born in Alabama but have lived in Memphis for about 30 years.

Alma Mater:  University of Memphis.  (GO TIGERS!)

Hobbies:  Being with friends, reading, watching movies.

Favorite books and/or movies:  It is impossible to pick a favorite book!  My favorite move is “Wait Until Dark”.

Professional areas of interest:  Sexual trauma recovery, diversity, suicide prevention, chronic illness, childhood trauma, ADHD.

Wellness Tip:  Laugh often and don’t take life too seriously.  Do what you have to do to live in the moment.


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