Contact Us

Are you or someone you know in crisis? Please visit our Emergencies page.

Counseling & Psychological Services can be reached by telephone at 610-683-4072, by fax at 610-683-1548, or by email at cps@kutztown.edu (please note that email should not be used for emergencies or time-sensitive requests and is not a guaranteed confidential form of communication).

Contact Information:

Kutztown University Counseling & Psychological Services
Health & Wellness Center
Suite 122 Beck Hall, First Floor
P.O. Box 730
Kutztown, PA 19530
(610) 683-4072 or fax at (610) 683-1548
cps@kutztown.edu

HOURS OF OPERATION:

Regularly scheduled appointments and non-urgent appointment scheduling are not available during the 12:00 noon to 1:00 pm hour at this time.

Between 12:00 noon to 1:00 pm, students who are in crisis or others who are concerned about a student should either visit the Health & Wellness Center in person and ask the Health Administration staff (located at the HWC entrance) to speak with a counselor or call Public Safety at 610-683-4001 to request to speak with a counselor.

Monday:          8 a.m. to 12:00 noon, 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.

Tuesday:          8 a.m. to 12:00 noon, 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. (limited extended hours until 5:00 p.m. for previously scheduled appointments only)

Wednesday:    8 a.m. to 12:00 noon, 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.

Thursday:        8 a.m. to 12:00 noon, 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.

Friday:             8 a.m. to 12:00 noon, 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.

COUNSELING & PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES FACULTY AND STAFF:

Aimee Adams, Ph.D., Faculty Psychologist, Chairperson

      Education:

  • PhD, Counseling Psychology, Lehigh University
  • M.Ed., Counseling & Human Services, Lehigh University
  • B.A., Psychology, Dickinson College

      University/Community Service:

Dr. Adams serves as a reviewer for the American Counseling Association and the Human-Animal Interaction Section of the American Psychological Association's Division 17 (Counseling Psychology). She also serves as a volunteer for several community organizations addressing animal welfare and food insecurity. In addition, she provides service to the KU community by serving on several university-level committees.

Kelli DeIaco, Ph.D., Temporary Faculty Psychologist

       Education:

  • PhD, Counseling Psychology, Temple University,
  • M.A., Developmental Psychology, Columbia University
  • B.S., Secondary Education, Bloomsburg University

     University/Community Service:

Dr. Deiaco is the department's outreach coordinator. She is a member of the Women’s Center advisory board, as well as an Out of Darkness Committee Member and Past Keynote. Dr. Deiaco is also an ACCF member.

Russell Gross, Jr., Ph.D., Faculty Psychologist

Jennifer Hanson MA, LPC, Temporary Faculty Counselor

     Education:

  • M.A., Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Moravian Theological Seminary
  • B.S., Psychology, DeSales University

     University/Community Service:

Jennifer has worked with youth and their families, providing a variety of services. She has most recently provided in-home trauma therapy via the Trauma-Focused CBT model to youth in Lehigh County.

Anthony B. Jefferson, Sr. MA, LPC Temporary Faculty Counselor (Part-Time)

       Education:

  • M.A., Counseling, Missio Seminary
  • B.A., Social Work, Desales University

     University/Community Service:

Anthony is a veteran who served in the Persian Gulf War. His work history includes residential and out-patient clinical services and faculty instruction in higher education. He has extensive experience working with diverse populations and is involved in spiritual and grief counseling in his community.

Suzanne Kline, MA, Temporary Faculty Psychologist (Part-Time)

     Education:

  • Doctoral Level Coursework in Organizational Psychology, Rutgers University
  • M.A., Marital, Family and Child Therapy, Fuller Theological Seminary
  • M.A., Psychology Studies, West Chester University
  • B.A., Psychology, Kutztown University

     University/Community Service:

Suzanne has worked with military families in the National Guard. She is also involved in faith-based counseling in her community.

Gina Manidis, MA, LPC, Temporary Faculty Counselor

     Education:

  • M.A., Clinical Psychology, West Chester University
  • B.A., Psychology, Lock Haven University

     University/Community Service:

Gina is the CPS Liaison for Veterans Services at KU.

Laurane McGlynn, Psy. D., Faculty Psychologist, Non-Tenure-Track

     Education:

  • PsyD, Clinical Psychology, Chestnut Hill College   
  • M.S., Counseling Psychology and Human Services, Chestnut Hill College 
  • BA, Advertising and Public Relations, University of South Florida. 

      University/Community Service:

Dr. McGlynn serves as a faculty psychologist, assistant professor and coordinator of group therapy for the counseling center. Dr. McGlynn has served on the Editorial Review Board of the Journal of the Pennsylvania Counseling Association and is a past president of the Lehigh Valley Psychological and Counseling Association. She is also a member of the American Group Psychotherapy Association. Dr. McGlynn provides service to the community by offering free mindfulness and meditation workshops to cancer survivors. 

Jill Sober-White, MA, LPC, Temporary Faculty Counselor 

     Education:

  • M.A., Pastoral Counseling, Moravian Theological Seminary
  • B.S., Education, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
  • Certified Grief Counseling Specialist

      University/Community Service:

Jill is an active member of Society for Sexual, Affectional, Intersex, and Gender Expansive Identities (SAIGE) and Counselors for Social Justice. She serves as the CPS representative for the University Senate and the CPS assessment coordinator. Jill provides service to the community as a member of Lehigh Valley Health Network Voices of the Community advisory board. Jill is also a lifetime member of Girl Scouts of the U.S.A.

Charleen Johnson, A.A.S., Administrative Staff

Psychological services are provided by licensed masters and doctoral-level professionals who are also faculty members at the university. In addition, the center serves as a training site for masters and doctoral-level trainees, who provide counseling services under the supervision of the faculty.