Jeanne M. Walker, Ph. D.
Director, Psychological Counseling Services
Dr. Walker is the Director of the Student Psychological Counseling Services. She received her master’s degree at Chapman and her doctorate at the University of Southern California and has been at Chapman since 1979. She has taught courses including Introduction to Counseling, Abnormal Psychology, Critical Thinking, Cross-Cultural Psychology, and currently teaches Crisis Management and Clinical Process in the Marriage and Family Therapy program in the Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences.
Ed Fox, M.A., L.M.F.T.
Ed Fox is the Associate Director of Student Psychological Counseling Services. Ed has been at Chapman since 1986 and has taught Community Mental Health, Counseling Process, Introduction to Counseling and Family Dynamics.
Linda Karmelich, M.A., L.M.F.T.
Linda is a graduate of Chapman's Marriage and Family Therapy program, and has been associated with SPCS since 1999. She is also a part time supervisor at the training clinic for the Psychology Master's Program in Marriage and Family Therapy.
Ashley Ball, M.A., L.M.F.T.
CounselorAshley is a graduate of Chapman's Marriage and Family Therapy program. She began working at SPCS in 2009. She has experience working with those affected by substance abuse and takes special interest in facilitating recovery.
Elizabeth Wilson, M.A., L.M.F.T.
Elizabeth is a graduate of the Chapman University Marriage and Family Therapy program. She has been working at Student Psychological Counseling Services since 2008 and is an advisor for the student organization Active Minds. She has specialized training in working with trauma as a certified EMDR therapist.
Corene Tague, M.A., L.M.F.T.
Corene is a graduate of Pepperdine University's Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy program. She joined Student Psychological Counseling Services in 2014 and has specialized training and experience in working with phase of life transition individuals.
Andrea Killian, M.A.
Andrea is a graduate of Chapman University’s Marriage and Family Therapy graduate program, and has worked for Chapman since 2002 and with Student Psychological Counseling Services since 2011. Andrea assists students, families and campus community with information on our services, coordinates the scheduling of initial appointments, and oversees the daily operations of SPCS. She is also an advisor for the student organization Active Minds.
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