effective, affordable care for all of hampton roads
The Psychological Services Center is designed to offer clients affordable care, enabling members of the community to obtain services that may be expensive elsewhere. We can schedule appointments to fit your busy schedule and also welcome walk-in consultations. Therapy and assessment services are a primary focus at the PSC and through supervision by faculty with extensive experience in these areas, doctoral students are able to provide effective care to diverse populations.
Meet The leadership
Rachel Stephens, PsyD
Dr. Rachel Stephens has been a licensed psychologist in Virginia since 2017, and is an Assistant Professor at Regent University. She has oversight of all training and supervision of students in the PSC, and specializes in working with trauma.
Clinical Services Manager
Stacha Ashburn joined the PSC in July of 2019 as the Administrative and Client Services Manager. She brings over 20 years of quality customer service experience, leadership, and encouragement to the dynamic administrative team. As our clinical/administrative liaison and advocate, she ensures clients receive the highest level of quality and professionalism.
Katie Woudstra, M.A.
Katie Woudstra is a 4th year student in the PsyD program at Regent University. She serves as the coordinator and teaching fellow for the Psychological Services Center, providing supervision and consultation to the practicing clinicians. She is a member of the administration team, working closely with Dr. Stephens and Stacha Ashburn.
Shawn Leslie, M.A.
Shawn Leslie is a 4th year student in the PsyD program, serving as the Outreach Coordinator. He is working to help PSC clinicians increase mental health awareness, promote services provided at the clinic, and engender a sense of well-being among Regent students and faculty, as well as the surrounding community.
Our clinicians are comprised of doctoral student trainees who are supervised closely and comprehensively by experienced Licensed Clinical Psychologists (PhD or PsyD). Student clinicians are required to meet many rigorous competency benchmarks in the provision of therapy and assessment. All clinicians are working toward earning the highest degree in the field of psychology and are passionate about providing high-quality and evidence-based services.
Our supervisors hold the highest degree in their field (PhD or PsyD). This reflects devotion and commitment to obtaining both extensive knowledge in psychological science and care for those in need. Collectively, supervisors have an array of clinical and research experiences that enables student clinicians to effectively treat very diverse populations and presenting concerns. Supervisors also provide supervision to no more than three student clinicians, allowing for careful and thorough consideration for each unique client.