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Staff

Trajana N. Thomas, Psy.D.
Acting Director of Counseling Services and Staff Psychologist
thomastn@eckerd.edu
Edmundson Hall
727.864.8248

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Trajana (“Tre”) completed her PsyD in clinical psychology from Argosy University in Tampa, after receiving her M.A. in individual, couples, and family therapy from the University of South Florida. She is licensed in Florida as a clinical psychologist and marriage and family therapist.Tre received her B.A. degrees in French and Philosophy at the University of Missouri-Columbia. She completed her predoctoral residency at the University of South Florida, Tampa, and her postdoctoral fellowship at New College of Florida, Counseling and Wellness Center. Tre’s clinical interests include identity development, social anxiety and self-image, coping with loss, social justice, behavioral addictions, and issues related to health psychology. Her therapy approach is informed by a dynamic conceptualization using positive psychology, interpersonal, and cognitive-behavioral interventions with an emphasis on mindfulness-based strategies.Tre strives to empower individuals with proactive coping skills to manage stress, cultivate resilience, and maximize functioning in a short-term treatment approach.

Alicia F. Woods
Office Manager for Counseling Services
woodsaf@eckerd.edu
Edmundson Hall
727.864.8248

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Alicia has been with Eckerd College Counseling Center since November, 2004. Alicia’s primary responsibility is to manage the day-to-day operations for the Counseling Center. Prior to coming to Eckerd in October, 2004, she managed a private physician’s office in St. Petersburg for 12 years. Alicia also consults as needed with Health Services, staff, and faculty and assists with the transitions of roles on our treatment team. Alicia previously worked with Accessible Education Services for several years.

Diana M. Trevouledes, Ph.D.
Part-Time Staff Psychologist
trevoudm@eckerd.edu
Edmundson Hall
727.864.8248

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Dr. Diana Trevouledes is a Florida and New York State licensed clinical psychologist. She completed her doctoral training in clinical psychology at Adelphi University and master’s degree in clinical social work from New York University (MSW). Dr. Trevouledes completed her doctoral internship in clinical psychology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine – North Central Bronx Hospital, Bronx, NY. Dr. Trevouledes has over 20 years of clinical experience that encompasses a variety of mental health treatment settings including: inpatient, outpatient, and partial hospital, psychiatric emergency room, university counseling centers and private practice. She has served as Coordinator of Counseling and Psychological Services at Fordham University – Marymount Campus, NY and as Program Director for the Masters of Science in Mental Health Counseling at Mercy College, NY. In addition, she has held faculty appointments in the departments of psychology, counseling and public health at St. Louis University – Madrid Campus, Spain, Fordham University, Mercy College, and C.U.N.Y., teaching psychology, mental health counseling and public health at the doctoral, master and undergraduate levels.

Dr Trevouledes is co-author of the book – Success and Sanity on the College Campus: A Guide for Parents (2012), Rowman & Littlefield. Her professional interests include individual and couples counseling, the treatment of students with alcohol and other drug concerns, and developmental issues of early adulthood.

Brian F. Constantine, LMHC, CAP
Part-Time Staff Psychotherapist
constabf@eckerd.edu

Edmundson Hall
727.864.8248

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Brian Constantine received his M.A. in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling from the University of South Florida. He is licensed in Florida as a mental health therapist and is a certified addiction professional. Brian received his B.A. degree in psychology at the University of South Florida, St. Petersburg. He has worked in a variety of settings including community agencies, private practice and substance abuse treatment facilities. Brian’s clinical interests include anxiety, depression, addiction and substance use, relationship counseling, career counseling, therapeutic lifestyle changes and potential activation. His therapy approach is a mix of motivational enhancement, cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal and solution-focused therapy.

Externs

Mallory K. McCoy, M.A.
Psychology Extern
727.864.8248

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Mallory is a third year doctoral student at the Florida School of Professional Psychology in Tampa, Florida. She completed her master’s degree in clinical psychology and is pursuing her Psy.D. Mallory completed her undergraduate training at Florida State University (FSU), where she received a bachelor’s of science degree in both psychology and family and child sciences. While attending FSU, Mallory volunteered and completed her undergraduate therapy practicum at Florida State Hospital. She has gained experience with children, adolescents, adults, and older adults and individuals from a spectrum of socioeconomic backgrounds. Mallory’s areas of clinical interests include anxiety, depression, substance abuse, mood and personality disorders, psychotic disorders, trauma recovery, adjustment, resiliency, and forensic assessment. Mallory’s approach to psychotherapy involves fostering a caring and trusting environment, where both honesty and hard work can lead to healing. She believes change and self-efficacy can be achieved through a collaborative and genuine therapeutic relationship. She enjoys utilizing a variety of therapeutic approaches in order to cater to each individual’s specific needs. Mallory’s theoretical orientation is integrative with an emphasis on client-centered, interpersonal, and mindfulness-based approaches.

Javier A. Velez, M.A.
Psychology Extern
727.864.8248

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Javier (“Jay”) is a third year doctoral level graduate student providing psychotherapy under the direct supervision of Dr. Thomas. He attends the Florida School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University in Tampa, Florida, where he has earned his master’s degree in clinical psychology. Jay graduated with a bachelor of science in psychology from the University of Central Florida (UCF), before moving to Tampa to pursue a graduate degree. While completing his degree at UCF, Jay was an intern during summers at the Corona Community Action Center, where he worked with Hispanic adolescent immigrants in Queens, New York. He has worked with a variety of individuals, ranging from children through adults. His areas of clinical interest include, but are not limited to anxiety, mood disorders, academic difficulties, adjustment disorders, familial difficulties, relationship and interpersonal patterns, couples and family therapy, and trauma recovery. He believes each client possess the power to produce change within themselves and seeks to form a strong, collaborative therapeutic relationship in order to help them do so. Jay wants to focus not just on remediating illness, but also supporting wellness, self-efficacy, optimism and the development of mind, body, and spirit. His genuineness and warm regard provides a safe and comfortable environment that allows clients to process their thoughts, emotions, and feelings. He believes each client is unique and seeks to utilize an integrative approach to work one-on-one with clients and best meet their individual needs. He uses integrative modalities that include, but are not limited to, family systems, person-centered, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness techniques, and psychoanalytic approaches.