Lindsay A. Moore
Lindsay has a strong tie to Bowdoin having lived in Brunswick for more than twenty years, and having grown up around the campus. She also has a cumulative of eight years as an employee of the college. When not on the soccer fields with her children, she enjoys cheering on both college and community teams and spending time with her family.
Bernie R. Hershberger, Ph.D. Ohio State University, Licensed Psychologist
Director of Counseling Services
Bernie graduated from Ohio State University with a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology. His primary approach to counseling is from a Buddhist psychological perspective. He enjoys working with students with anxiety concerns – perfectionism, OCD, fears/phobias, and performance anxiety as well as questions about life after college and spiritual/existential explorations. Sports psychology consultations and hypnosis are both counseling interventions he is pleased to offer. Personal interests include: housing renovations, meditation, reading about Buddhism, and mystery/detective novels.
Aileen H. Park, Ph.D. Boston College, Licensed Psychologist
Associate Director/Director of Training
Aileen received her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Boston College. Her areas of interest include identity exploration, depression and anxiety, relationship issues, and the intersection of gender, race, and class in human development. She draws primarily from psychodynamic, feminist, and multicultural theories of psychology, and is also certified in Breath-Body-Mind treatment for trauma.
Alison McGrath, MA Antioch New England Graduate School, LCPC
Ali is a graduate of Bowdoin College and Antioch New England Graduate School (MA in Counseling Psychology with an additional specialization in addictions and substance abuse treatment). Ali has a background in training in the Hakomi Method (Ron Kurtz Master Class work) since 2001 and is a certified Yoga teacher. She is currently enrolled in the 9 month training program in Mindfulness and Psychotherapy through IMP. She works from a mind/body perspective, and has had the honor to work with people from all over the world, with needs in counseling ranging from healing from trauma to every day concerns.
Shelley Roseboro, M.Ed. St. Lawrence University, LPC
Senior Staff Clinician/ Multicultural Consultant
Shelley received her M.Ed. in Counseling/Human Development from St. Lawrence University, and her B.A. in History from UCLA. Her areas of interest include stress management, recovery from interpersonal trauma, identity and belonging, and depression and anxiety. She draws primarily from person centered, feminist, multicultural, and positive psychology theories, and is also certified in Holistic Health Care
2012 - 2013 Postdoctoral Fellow
Kacey Lane, Psy. D
Kacey received her doctorate in clinical psychology from The George Washington University after completing her undergraduate studies at Bowdoin in 2008. Prior to coming back to Bowdoin for her postdoctoral training, she has worked at The George Washington University, Georgetown University, and Purdue University counseling centers. Kacey tends to be most influenced by psychodynamic and interpersonal approaches to therapy. Her areas of interest include identity development, interpersonal difficulties, family of origin issues, eating disorders, depression, and trauma.
Dr. Jeff Stenzel, M.D.
Dr. Whitney Houghton, M.D.
2012 - 2013 Counseling Service Interns
Alyssa Lodewick, M.S., M.S.W./MDiv Candidate, Clinical Intern
Alyssa Lodewick is an advanced clinical social work intern and a graduate student in Boston University’s combined MSW/MDiv program. Alyssa uses integral, psychodynamic, and cognitive-behavioral approaches in her counseling. Her areas of special interest include anxiety, mood disorders, relationship difficulties, personal identity development, and LGBTQIA concerns. Alyssa is fascinated by the intersection between spirituality and psychology; she loves investigating how life experiences and social locations shape both of these crucial aspects of self.
Asa Russell, B.A., M.S. in Counseling, Clinical Intern
Asa received a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Southern Maine in 2011. His work prior to Bowdoin focused on young adults working through issues of identity, addiction, trauma, and personal growth. Some of Asa’s areas of interest are in sexual orientation and gender identity development, the effects of trauma on relationships and academic performance, interpersonal neurobiology, and biofeedback. Asa’s work is informed by psychodynamic theories, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness and a belief that each person carries within them an innate capacity toward wisdom and healing.