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Noel C. Feik, Executive Director of Health and Counseling Services

Mark Rice, Ph.D., Clinical Director of Counseling Services

Mark Rice, Ph.D. is the Clinical Director of the University Counseling Center (UCC) at Binghamton University and has served the university since 2011. He has been an administrator in higher education counseling centers since 2002 and is a recipient of the Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Professional Service. He is a licensed psychologist in the State of New York.  For further information about Dr. Rice click here.

Emily Panigrosso, Ph.D., Assistant Director

Dr. Panigrosso assists the Clinical Director in oversight of the delivery of counseling services at the UCC.  This includes managing the client flow and providing clinical supervision to senior staff as well as trainees.  She also provides direct service, including individual counseling to students, outreach, and consultation.

Education: St. John's University, Ph.D., Clinical Psychology

Professional Interests: Mood and anxiety disorders, trauma, family issues, veteran mental health, chronic health problems, working with interdisciplinary teams.

Therapy Orientation: Cognitive-Behavior Therapy, Interpersonal, Integrative


Wendy Brightsen & Valerie Horvath


Colleen Cunningham Rozelle, LMSW - Treatment Coordinator

Education: Binghamton University, B.Sci, MSW

Professional Interests: crisis intervention, adjustment concerns, interpersonal relationships, intrapersonal intelligence, shame resilience/vulnerability, self-compassion, wellness, community outreach, community development & community organizing

Therapy Orientation: eclectic, humanistic, relational, solutions focused, cognitive-behavioral (CBT), crisis intervention and mindfulness based approaches

For more information about the role of Treatment Coordinator click here


Angelica Dellapenna, M.S., LMHC, NCC

Education: Villanova University, Masters of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Interests: alcohol and other-drug issues; general mental health issues; acute and chronic medical conditions; and working with athletes

Therapy Orientation: motivational interviewing; experiential

Special Projects: High Hopes

Marieniva Eugene, LMSW

Education: Binghamton University, MSW

Professional Interests: multi-cultural counseling, couples counseling

Therapy Orientation: generalist, solution-focused, integrative

John Jones, LMSW

Education: Binghamton University, MSW

Professional Interests: multi-cultural counseling, counseling needs of African-American students, racial identity development, multi-cultural competence in counseling professionals, men's issues

Therapy Orientation: generalist, eclectic, solution-focused


Amy Kilpatrick, MA, LCSW-R

Education: University at Albany, MSW; Binghamton University, MA

Professional Interests: Mental Health Issues, adjustment concerns, personality disorders, distress tolerance skills, interpersonal relationships, and assertiveness training

Therapy Orientation: Cognitive-Behavior Therapy, Dialectical-Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Mindfulness-based approaches


Sangmoon Kim, Ph.D.

Education: Syracuse University, Ph.D., Clinical Psychology

Professional Interests: anxiety, depression, multicultural/diversity, international students

Therapy Orientation: interpersonal, integrative


Nancy Lamberty

Nancy Lamberty, LCSW-R

Education: Marywood College, MSW

Professional Interests: multicultural issues, critical incident stress issues, sexual identity issues, self-esteem and self-confidence issues, relationship and family issues

Therapy Orientation: generalist, solution-focused


Tracy Lord, Psy.D.

Education: Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Psy.D., Clinical Psychology

Professional Interests: women's issues, body image and disordered eating concerns, diversity, group therapy, supervision and training, hypnotherapy

Therapy Orientation: cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal


Dara Raboy-Picciano

Dara Raboy-Picciano, LCSW-R

Education: Columbia University, MSW

Professional Interests: sexual assault and prevention, post-traumatic stress disorders, bereavement counseling, family systems

Professional Role: 20:1 Program, Sexual Assault Response Team, Health Promotion and Prevention Services, and Mental Health Programming


Patricia Rourke, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist

Education: University of Iowa, Ph.D., Clinical Psychology

Professional Interests: trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety and depression

Therapy Orientation: behavioral; cognitive-behavioral


William N. Russell, LCSW-R

Education: Binghamton University, M.A.; Marywood College, MSW

Professional Interests: interpersonal relationships, academic and vocational concerns

Therapy Orientation: phenomenological, solution-focused


Randi Ellen Scheiner

Randi Ellen Scheiner, PhD

Education: Duquesne University, PhD, clinical psychology

Professional Interests: treatment of eating disorders and body image issues, relationship issues, anxiety and depression, self-esteem and assertiveness issues

Therapy Orientation: existential-phenomenological, cognitive, psychodynamic

Special Projects: Eating Awareness Committee


Kathleen Shinko, Psy.D.

Education: Marywood College, Psy.D., Clinical Psychology

Professional Interests: Anxiety and depression, body-image, disordered eating, multicultural issues, adjustment concerns, relationships issues, self-esteem, wellness, and burn-out

Therapy Orientation: Cognitive-behavioral; Humanistic

Special Projects: Eating Awareness Committee


Clinical Social Work Interns

Arlene Arisme

Virginia Evans

Rachel Handura

Clinical Psychology Interns

James Evans

Allison McKinnon

Courtney Shoemaker

Alex Wang


Last Updated: 4/17/18