CPS Staff Profiles
Rebecca Conrad Davenport, Ph.D.
Dr. Conrad Davenport received her doctorate in Counseling Psychology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2000 after completing her internship at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. Becky is a licensed psychologist in the State of Ohio and she worked for several years at Bowling Green State University Counseling Center. She values her work with college students and is excited about joining the Ohio University community—Go Bobcats! Some areas of particular interest for Becky include interpersonal relationships, sexual assault, spirituality, grief and loss, multicultural counseling, and identity issues including LGBT identities. She also enjoys providing group therapy, training, and multicultural supervision.
Jonathan Mosko, Ph.D.
Dr. Jonathan Mosko received a doctoral degree in counseling psychology from Purdue University. He completed a psychology internship at Ohio University’s Counseling & Psychological Services, then a post-doctoral residency in clinical psychology at Virginia Tech, before returning to OU as a staff psychologist. His primary activities involve individual and group therapy, and he is the coordinator of the group therapy program at CPS. His clinical areas of interest include eating disorder treatment, group therapy, relationship issues, personality assessment, mood disorders, and anxiety disorders. His therapeutic style includes aspects of interpersonal, cognitive-behavioral, client-centered, and mindfulness-based approaches.
Michelle Pride, Ph.D.
Dr. Pride completed her counseling psychology doctoral program at Michigan State University and a psychology internship at Colorado State University counseling center. Before coming to Ohio University she worked at the Louisiana Tech University counseling center. She is a multicultural, feminist therapist who has specialized in working in a university setting. Her interests and expertise include women's issues, gender and sexual orientation issues, working with student athletes and students with identified learning disabilities and ADD/ADHD, peer mentoring, and clinical training and supervision. She co-leads the sexual assault survivor's group.
Jason C. Weber, M.Ed., LPCC-S, LICDC
Jason C. Weber is a licensed professional clinical counselor and a licensed independent chemical dependency counselor. He joined CPS in January of 2007 as a Counselor and AOD Specialist, sought for his experience and specialized training in counseling people with substance use disorders. Jason is a graduate of Ohio University, where he earned a double-major master’s degree in Community Counseling and Rehabilitation Counseling. He provides individual and group counseling, consultations and trainings, and oversees the BASICS program at the counseling center. BASICS is the Brief Alcohol and Other Drugs Screening Intervention for College Students, a confidential and individualized approach to self-assessment with the goal of reducing high-risk drinking behaviors. Jason has provides clinical supervision for graduate students seeking clinical degrees in Counselor Education, Psychology, and Social Work.
Fred Weiner, Ph.D.
Dr. Weiner is a licensed psychologist who received his doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Massachusetts after completing his undergraduate education at Brooklyn College. He serves as the Director for the Counseling Center. In addition to his position at CPS, he teaches a psychotherapy practicum for the Ohio University Department of Psychology. He has coordinated a group on coping skills based on Dialectical Behavior Treatment. Although his primary interests continue to be the counseling work he does with students and supervising counselors in training, he is also the author of a series of self-help pamphlets dealing with issues students may face at some time during their college career or thereafter. These are now widely available at about one hundred major university and small college counseling centers around the country.
Sheila Y. Williams, Ph.D., LPCC-s, LICDC
Dr. Williams is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and a Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor. She holds a Masters degree in Community Counseling, has completed course work for doctorate degrees in Clinical Psychology and Counselor Education and earned her doctorate in clinical counseling. She has served as Director of Emergency Services at Tri-County Mental Health and Counseling Services in Athens, and Director of Counseling at an alcohol and drug treatment agency. In 1993 she was appointed by the governor to serve on the State of Ohio Counselor and Social Work Board for a six-year term and chaired their licensure exam committee for nine years. In 1995 she was named Outstanding Administrator, one of Ohio University's highest accolades for non-teaching staff. Dr. Williams holds international certification in the field of addictions and maintains supervising counselor status in counseling and chemical dependency; she has served as co-coordinator of training for CPS. She is a co-founder of S*T*A*R*S (Students Teaching About Racism in Society) and was the founding President of the African American Faculty, Administrators, and Staff Caucus of Ohio University. She also helped to start the Student National Medical Association, the Association of Black Psychology Students and co-founded the Student Development Assistants project. Most recently she has started an International Student Outreach Team (ISO-Team) to address the unique needs of international students. Dr. Williams is a familiar figure on campus and a frequent presenter on topics as far ranging as Stress Management, Exam Panic, Culture Shock, Substance Abuse, Self Esteem, and Diversity issues. She has a special interest in ADHD issues. Dr. Williams often serves as a consultant to area and state agencies on mental health and supervision issues. She is Outreach and Consultation Coordinator for Counseling & Psychological Services, contributes to the BASICS program, and administers the ISO-Team.
Krystal Hernandez, Ph.D.
Dr. Hernandez received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Bowling Green State University. She completed her internship at the Counseling Center at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, and her post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Maine Counseling Center and Touchstone Resources in Orono. She enjoys working at university counseling centers because of the opportunity to work with a diverse group of students in a variety of services, and help them discover and utilize what it is that provides them meaning and purpose, self-worth, and resiliency. Primary areas of interest include relationship issues and couples counseling, religion and spirituality, trauma, depression, anxiety, major life transitions, grief/loss, and supervision of trainees. Her therapeutic orientation integrates interpersonal, emotion-focused, cognitive-behavioral and acceptance-based, and solution-focused approaches.
Paul Castelino, Ph.D.
Dr. Castelino received his doctoral degree in counseling psychology at Loyola University Chicago. He is a licensed psychologist and a licensed professional clinical counselor.He came to Ohio University in 2005 as a staff psychologist and in 2009 he went to West Virginia University to serve as the Training Director at their counseling center. He returned to Ohio University fall of 2012 as an Associate/Clinic Director and Clinical Coordinator. In 2007, he was the recipient of the Diversity Leadership Mentoring Award presented by the Association for University and College Counseling Centers Directors (AUCCCD). In 2009, he was also the recipient of the Diversity Scholar Award presented by the Association of Counseling Center Training Agencies (ACCTA). His initial clinical work and training included working with patients with acute and severe psychiatric disorders in Chicago area hospitals (Cook County Hospital, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, and Veterans Affairs - Hines, IL). In the past 10 years, he has worked in university counseling centers. His clinical orientation and emphasis is on developmental and integrative models. His clinical interests include working with college students who present adjustment, academic, career, relational, emotional and developmental issues, relationship counseling, multicultural and diversity issues, and clinical training and supervision. He is an active member of American Psychological Association.
Erika Gray, Psy.D
Dr. Gray is a Psychology Resident at CPS and received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology. She completed her internship at the Counseling and Career Development Center at Grand Valley State University on both the Grand Rapids and Allendale, Michigan campuses. Her background is in Clinical Psychology and Clinical Health Psychology. She specializes in the treatment of Obsessive-Compulsive, Panic and Anxiety disorders. Additional areas of interest include Multiculturalism, LGBTQ concerns, relationship issues, depression, anxiety, grief/loss, and the impact of technology in the lives of her clients. While her therapeutic approach is collaborative and based primarily on Cognitive-Behavioral theory, she integrates Interpersonal, Emotion-Focused, Mindfulness-based, and solution-focused approaches based on the needs of her clients.
Doctoral Interns, Counselors-in-Residence, BASICS Counselors and Trainees