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Dr. Fallon Trent

Dr. Fallon Trent received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University and M.A. and Psy.D in Clinical Psychology from Regent University. Her generalist training afforded her the opportunity to work in a number of settings including a university clinic, private practice, rehabilitation and extended care facility, and VA medical center providing individual and group therapy and psychological assessment. Dr. Trent completed her internship at the W.G. “Bill” Hefner VA Medical Center with a focus on Geropsychology. She began her career in 2019 at the Hampton VA Medical Center working in Geriatrics and Extended care, providing individual and group therapy and psychological assessment. Dr. Trent also served as the coordinator for the Behavioral Recovery Outreach program, a VA initiative aimed at improving dementia care in extended care settings via staff training and consultation. She is currently licensed as a Psychologist in the Commonwealth of Virginia and works in Primary Care Mental Health Integration at the Hampton VA. Her clinical and research interests include diversity, intersectionality, and geropsychology.

Dr. Laurie Greene

Dr. Laurie Greene graduated with her doctorate in clinical psychology from Regent University in 2011. She is a licensed clinical psychologist and currently works with Psychological and Forensic Evaluations at the Hampton-Newport News Community Services Board. She has worked with various populations including, but not limited to, active military, court-affiliated, private practice, autism spectrum, and serious mentally ill. 

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Dr. Jessica Smith

Dr. Jessica Smith graduated from Regent University earning her Doctor of Psychology degree. She enjoys empowering and enriching the lives of others through teaching, training, and therapy. Dr. Smith has served as a Staff Psychologist at Eastern State Hospital (ESH) providing compassionate care for the seriously mental ill (SMI) population. Dr. Smith has additionally taught as an Adjunct Professor at various institutions including Thomas Nelson Community College, Virginia Commonwealth University, and Tidewater Community College where she serves as the Director of Student Mental Health. Dr. Smith also enjoys engaging in several other duties as a psychologist including providing psychological evaluations in jail settings for the Department of Juvenile Justice. Currently, Dr. Smith serves as a Behavioral Health Medical Director where she provides valuable guidance to providers for best practices in addressing members’ needs. Dr. Smith is appreciative of all her professional experiences and is looking forward to continuing to contribute meaningfully to the communities she serves.

Dr. Hannah Jones

Dr. Hannah Jones received her doctorate in clinical psychology from Regent University in 2016. She completed a predoctoral internship and postdoctoral fellowship at West Coast Children’s Clinic in Oakland, California, and went on to serve as a family therapist at Masonic Center for Youth and Families in San Francisco, CA. In addition to her work at Regent, she serves diverse clientele in her private practice, along with providing consultation and leading trainings related to creating effective, appropriate, and culturally sensitive environments for clients, employees and members of organizations. Her professional interests include child and adolescent development, trauma informed care, systems, community mental health, and cultural responsiveness.

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Dr. Shannon Kuschel

Dr. Shannon Kuschel is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Virginia. She received her Ph.D. in Educational Psychology and Special Education from Regent University and her M.S. in Counseling Psychology and B.S. in Psychology from Palm Beach Atlantic University. Dr. Kuschel has spent more than 25 years working with children, their families, and schools specializing in ADHD, dyslexia, and other learning differences, as well as trauma and grief recovery. She has worked as a private practice counselor, school counselor, principal of schools in Florida and Virginia, and adjunct faculty for Regent University. Additionally, Dr. Kuschel provides consultation services to schools on a variety of topics. Dr. Kuschel’s current research focuses on literacy development, processing speed, working memory, and other cognitive aspects that impact academic outcomes in special education populations. She currently receives post-doctoral training in neuropsychological assessment and research from Regent and Hampton Roads Neuropsychology. She is also the co-director of the Research Center in Clinical Neuropsychology with Dr. Anna Ord.

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Dr. Heather Keefe

Dr. Heather Keefe holds a master’s of experimental psychology from Old Dominion University and worked in behavioral health research at Eastern Virginia Medical School. She earned her a doctorate of clinical psychology from Regent University and completed her predoctoral internship with the Sheridan Wyoming Veterans Affairs Healthcare System. Her clinical and research interests center on intersectionality and identity work, specifically within the LGBTQ population, as well as adult, military, and Veteran poly-trauma and poly-substance use.

Dr. Cassandra Page

Dr. Cassandra Page is a licensed clinical psychologist, Director of the Psy.D. Program, and Associate Professor for Regent University. She oversees the Cultural Diversity Luncheon Series, Paradigm Shift Initiatives, and Multicultural Clinic. Dr. Page thrives on facilitating student growth, client empowerment, and a supportive and diverse clinical training atmosphere. Dr. Page is a generalist, licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in relationship issues, life transitions, and integrating identity concerns, multicultural factors, and spirituality into therapy.  She has extensive experience working with children, adolescents, college students, older adults, and families, with mood disorders, anxiety, depression, trauma, and life transitions using clinically supported treatments from an attachment perspective (e.g., CBT, IPT, Brief-Psychodynamic, Systemic Family Therapy, EFT for Couples); however her “sweet spot” is working with adolescents and young adults (those experiencing major life transitions).

Dr. Rachel Stephens

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. Dr. Stephens is a generalist clinician who works primarily from a modern psychodynamic perspective, with an emphasis on experiential and affect-focused models of therapy; however, she is also comfortable and competent in supervising CBT, ACT, IPT, and other common PSC protocols. She has developed a specialization in relational and developmental trauma, and has interests in multiculturalism, attachment, spirituality, and gender dynamics.

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Dr. Elissa Jarvis

Dr. Elissa Jarvis is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Certified Clinical Trauma Professional. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Our Lady of the Lake University, and she received her Master of Arts and Doctorate degrees in Clinical Psychology from Regent University. Dr. Jarvis is passionate about providing culturally sensitive services to individuals who often fall through the cracks of mental health care and is especially interested in serving adults and adolescents with depression, anxiety, and posttraumatic stress disorder. Dr. Jarvis has worked in a variety of mental health settings, including a correctional facility, a group practice, and a Christian-based outpatient clinic. She also completed an APA-accredited internship at the Coatesville VA Medical Center and currently serves on the pastoral care team at a local church. Dr. Jarvis takes an interpersonal approach to treatment, with a special focus on individualized care that is based on research. She also offers trauma-informed and spiritually-integrated services.

Dr. Jennifer Ripley

Jennifer Ripley, Ph.D., is the Hughes chair of integration for Regent University and co-chair of the Charis Institute ( which hosts the Hope couples clinic for the PSC (  Her primary specialty is in couple and family therapy.  She also has clinical expertise in supervision, positive psychology, career testing, ADHD testing, women's issues, sexual and sexual identity issues, spiritual direction, interpersonal, emotion-focused, cognitive-behavioral and integrative therapies.

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