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Counseling Center 5 Meet Our Staff

Meet Our Staff

Melissa CozartMelissa Cozart, M.S.
Staff Counselor
Feel Better Fast Workshop Coordinator
Licensed Psychological Practitioner
Office: Whitlock 571
Mailing Address: CPO 52, Whitlock Building
Email: Melissa.Cozart@eku.edu
Phone: 859-622-1303
Office Hours: 8:00 am Р4:30 pm

Melissa Cozart Bio

Ms. Cozart (she/her/hers) initially began working at the EKUCC after completing her clinical internship in our Center and obtaining her M.S. in Clinical Psychology from EKU. After more than 10 years, she moved to Asbury University Counseling Center where she was a staff counselor the first five years and director the last two years. She transitioned back to EKU Counseling Center in 2015 and is currently a senior staff member. Her professional interests include disordered eating, body image concerns, student adjustment concerns, anxiety, depression, stress management, interpersonal relationship concerns, spiritual concerns, and acculturation concerns. Her theoretical orientation is an integration of interpersonal and cognitive-behavioral techniques along with mindfulness and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy skills training.

Rachel CvengrosRachel Cvengros, M.A.
Staff Counselor
Coordinator of Community Intervention
Licensed Psychological Associate
Office: Whitlock 571
Mailing Address: CPO 52, Whitlock Building
Email: Rachel.Cvengros@eku.edu
Phone: 859-622-1303
Office Hours: 8:00 am Р4:30 pm

Rachel Cvengros Bio

Ms. Cvengros (she/her/hers) is a staff member and outreach coordinator at our Counseling Center. She completed her clinical internship at Hope Harbor, a sexual assault recovery center in Bowling Green, Kentucky. She earned her M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Western Kentucky University. She has experience working in community mental health in the central Kentucky area before beginning her position as an EKUCC staff counselor in 2021. Her professional interests include trauma, mood disorders, substance-use, under-represented populations in mental health, use of humor as a therapeutic coping tool, and personal/professional development. From a Cognitive-Behavioral theoretical foundation, she integrates various theoretical perspectives, including developmental, interpersonal, pragmatic, and biological approaches.

Ashley HendrixAshley Hendrix
Administrative Assistant
Office: Whitlock 571
Mailing Address:
CPO 52, Whitlock Building
Email: Ashley.Hendrix@eku.edu
Phone: 859-622-1303
Office Hours: 8:00 am Р4:30 pm

Ashley Hendrix Bio

Ashley started work for the EKUCC in the summer of 2015. Spending quality time with her family and friends are her most favorite things to do, but she also enjoys watching sports, being outdoors, and caring for her pets.

Pronouns: she/her/hers

Cristin KeelingCristin Keeling, M.A.
Staff Counselor
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
Office: Whitlock 571
Mailing Address: CPO 52, Whitlock Building
Email: Cristin.Keeling@eku.edu
Phone: 859-622-1303
Office Hours: 8:00 am Р4:30 pm

Cristin Keeling Bio

Ms. Keeling (she/her/hers) is a staff counselor at the EKUCC. She completed her clinical training at Kentucky Counseling Center, a mental health clinic in Madison County, Kentucky, and obtained her M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from EKU. Cristin utilizes a collaborative and compassionate approach to counseling in an effort to foster hope, healing and resilience. Her professional interests include anxiety, depression, adjustment concerns, trauma, and mindfulness.

Paul MorganPaul Morgan, Psy.D.
Associate Director of Clinical Services – Licensed Psychologist – Health Service Provider
Office: Whitlock 571
Email: Paul.Morgan@eku.edu
Phone: 859-622-1303
Office Hours: 8:00 am Р4:30 pm

Paul Morgan Bio

Dr. Morgan (he/him/his) received his Psy.D. from Spalding University in Louisville, Kentucky. He completed his doctoral internship at the Ohio State University Counseling Center and a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Cincinnati’s Counseling Center. His theoretical orientation is an integration of interpersonal/neuro-biological, DBT/ACT, feminist theories, and informed by developmental and multicultural approaches. His professional interests include trauma, EMDR therapy, family of origin, ADHD, masculinity, relationship concerns, anxiety, depression, suicidality, perfectionism, learning strategies, integration of games/expressive techniques into therapy, and developmental-adjustment concerns. 

Big E logo image placeholderIndira Reddy, Ed.D
Suicide Prevention Administrator
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
Office: Whitlock 571
Mailing Address: CPO 52, Whitlock Building
Email: Indira.Reddy@eku.edu
Phone: 859-622-1303
Office Hours: 8:00 am Р4:30 pm

Indira Reddy Bio

Dr. Reddy (she/her/hers) obtained her master’s degree in psychology from Osmania University in India and her Ed.D. from Northern Illinois University. She completed her clinical internship at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, Illinois.  She has worked as a mental health counselor with diverse student populations in various institutions of higher education in Chicago and Connecticut. She joined the team at EKUCC in 2022 and serves as the Suicide Prevention Administrator providing suicide prevention awareness, QPR trainings, and workshops to the EKU University Community. Dr. Reddy’s professional interests include integration and balance in personal and professional spheres of life; cultural humility; post traumatic growth; family dynamics, cross cultural awareness and competency, suicide prevention, interpersonal relationships and communication, and spiritual issues. Her theoretical orientation is holistic and integrative of different therapeutic theories, techniques and strategies from various approaches including from psychodynamic, existential, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and dialectical behavioral therapy (dialectical behavioral therapy), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), including fusing together insights from Asian psychotherapies, cross-cultural, developmental, family, and interpersonal, communication and spiritual areas. Dr. Reddy is originally from India and speaks Hindi and Telugu.

Michalle RiceMichalle Rice, M.S.
Staff Counselor
Licensed Psychological Practitioner
Office: Whitlock 571
Mailing Address: CPO 52, Whitlock Building
Email: Michalle.Rice@eku.edu
Phone: 859-622-1303
Office Hours: 8:00 am Р4:30 pm
Michalle Rice Bio

Ms. Rice (she/her/hers) has been a member of the Counseling Center staff since 1994. She completed her clinical internship at Scott County Kentucky Comprehensive Care Center in Georgetown, Kentucky and obtained her M.S. in Clinical Psychology from EKU. Her professional interests include grief and loss, anxiety, depression, student adjustment concerns, mindfulness, stress management, trauma, and interpersonal relationships. She has facilitated psychotherapy and support groups such as interpersonal process therapy groups, grief groups, students with health and other disabilities support groups, and career decision-making groups. Her theoretical orientation is an integration of various perspectives including interpersonal and cognitive-behavioral techniques, mindfulness, solution-focused, and dialectical behavioral therapy skills training.

Kevin StanleyKevin Stanley, Ph.D.
Director
Licensed Psychologist – Health Services Provider
Office: Whitlock 571
Email: Kevin.Stanley@eku.edu
Phone: 859-622-1303
Office Hours: 8:00 am Р4:30 pm

Kevin Stanley Bio

Dr. Stanley (he/him/his) began his role as Director of the EKUCC in 2022. Prior to that he served as Associate Director of EKUCC for seven years. He started at EKU as a Staff Psychologist in the Counseling Center in 2007. He earned his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from The University of Florida and completed his doctoral internship at the University of Florida Counseling Center. Along the way he has worked in a number of community mental health agencies, including five years at the Alachua County Crisis Center in Gainesville, FL. His theoretical orientation is an ever-evolving integration of Humanistic, Existential, and Mindfulness-Based approaches. His professional interests include Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, men’s issues, identity concerns, trauma, anxiety, depression, and couples counseling. 

Andri YennariAndri Yennari, Ph.D.
Counseling Center Training Director
Licensed Psychologist – Health Service Provider
Office: Whitlock 571
Mailing Address: CPO 52, Whitlock Building
Email: Andri.Yennari@eku.edu
Phone: 859-622-1303
Office Hours: 8:00 am Р4:30 pm

Andri Yennari Bio

Dr. Yennari (she/her/hers) has been a staff member at the EKUCC since 2015 and is the Counseling Center Training Director. She received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Duquesne University and completed her doctoral internship at the University of Akron Counseling and Testing Center. Her theoretical orientation is integrative of various perspectives including Existential-Humanistic Psychodynamic, Interpersonal, and Cognitive Behavioral. Her professional interests include anxiety, depression, psychosis, grief and loss, identity development, trauma survivors, EMDR therapy (certified therapist), multiculturalism, international students, adjustment concerns, mindfulness, stress management, and clinical supervision. Dr. Yennari is originally from Cyprus and speaks Greek.

Counseling Center


521 Lancaster Avenue
CPO 52, Whitlock Building Room #571
Richmond, KY 40475-3152
Phone: 859-622-1303

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