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A group photo of the SDCC staff alt
A group photo of the SDCC staff

Pictured above:  Top step, left to right: Charles Morse, Anna Been. Second row, left to right: Jennifer McCarthy, Lesley McGee, Deborah Bordage, Andrea Randall, Kate Geoghegan, Matthew Barry.  Bottom, left to right: Yuanming Wang, Daun Kwag, Phyllis Fitzsimmons, Alyssa Williams, Michelle Grandin, Brian Skehan.

<a href="/people/staff/cmorse">Charles Morse</a> alt
Charlie Morse

Charles Morse

Assoc Dean/Dir Counseling
Office: 157 West Street
Phone: 508-831-5540
Charlie has been with the SDCC since 1993 and assumed the role of Director of Counseling in 2005. He is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), with a MA in Counseling Psychology from Assumption College. Charlie works directly with students and also oversees WPI’s innovative training and consultation programs on recognizing and responding to student distress.  He has an expertise in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), which helps students move towards their values with openness and acceptance. ... View Profile
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Matt Barry

Matthew Barry

Asst Dir for Comm Development
Matt has been with WPI since 2008 when he worked as a clinical intern at the Student Development & Counseling Center before later joining the full-time staff. Matt is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and holds an MA in mental health counseling from Boston College. He has interests in acceptance and commitment therapy, gender (particularly men’s issues and masculinity), and social justice concerns such as racism, sexism, and homophobia. Matt sits on the campus SAVE (Sexual Assault and Violence Education) and Safe Zone committees and is a proud member of the Greek Life community. ... View Profile
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Deborah Bordage

Office Services Coordinator
Office: 157 West Street
Phone: 508-831-5540
Debbie has served as office services coordinator for the SDCC since 2007.  She is responsible for making appointments and greeting students. Debbie completed her MA in School Counseling in 2011. She cares deeply for the students and wants them all to be successful. View Profile
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Phyllis Fitzsimmons

Phyllis Fitzsimmons

Asst Dir Counseling Services
Office: 157 West Street
Phone: 508-831-5540
Phyllis has her MS in clinical counseling from the University of Southern Maine and is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. (LMHC) Her wholistic approach to emotional and mental well being draws from the acceptance-based, relational, and compassion focused therapies.   Her interests include helping students with stress, anxiety, and depression, as well as with exploring life transitions & furthering personal growth. View Profile
Jen is a licensed clinical social worker (LICSW) who joined the SDCC team in 2018.  She earned her undergraduate degree from Middlebury College and her MSW from the Simmons School of Social Work. Her social work degree compliments her focus on social justice, equity and inclusion.  While Jen considers herself a generalist, her clinical interests include depression, anxiety, identity development, interpersonal effectiveness and trauma. ... View Profile
Lesley is a mental health counselor and former SDCC clinical intern who joined the team full-time in 2018. She graduated from the University of Michigan with a BA in psychology and obtained her master's in mental health counseling and behavioral medicine from Boston University's School of Medicine. She holds a broad range of clinical interests, which include but are not limited to trauma, anxiety, suicidality, group therapy, and identity exploration. Lesley’s approach to counseling is strengths-based and person-centered. ... View Profile
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Sabrina Rebecchi

Sabrina Rebecchi

Asst Director for Student Dev
Office: 157 West Street
Phone: 508-831-5540
Sabrina joined the SDCC as a counselor in 2011. She previously worked as a clinical intern for the 2010-2011 academic year. Sabrina is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and holds a MA in counseling psychology from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology. Her clinical approach is influenced by mindfulness, acceptance, and self-compassion. Her interests include expressive therapies such as dance and art, self-compassion and personal growth, coping with grief and loss, body image, family stressors, and life transitions.  View Profile

Daun Kwag
Daun is a second-year clinical intern from Boston University. Her clinical interests include working with individuals, couples, and groups around experiences such as anxiety, depression, identity development, interpersonal relationships, racial identity, multiculturalism, resilience, and trauma. She is social justice-oriented, and integrates feminist, narrative, psychodynamic, existential, and person-centered approaches in her practice. 
 
Kate Geoghegan
Kate is a second year clinical intern from Boston University. Her clinical interests include anxiety, depression, eating disorders, trauma, identity development, life transitions, and interpersonal relationships. Kate is interested in working with individuals and with couples. Kate approaches counseling from a person-centered perspective. She integrates acceptance and commitment therapy, as well as existential, relational-cultural, and cognitive behavioral therapies, adapting her treatment to what best fits each individual client.
 
Yuanming Wang
Yuanming is a second-year clinical intern from BC. He has clinical interests in trauma, depression, anxiety, identity issues. Yuanming incorporates existentialism, relational-cultural, multiculturalism, and person-center approaches. He wishes that he can walk with students on the journey of becoming the person they want. 
 
Alyssa Williamson
Alyssa is a second-year clinical intern from Suffolk University. Her clinical interests include anxiety, depression, and interpersonal relationships, as well as social justice concerns such as racism and homophobia. Alyssa incorporates an empathic and person-centered approach, and she also integrates acceptance and commitment along with cognitive behavioral techniques into her treatment.