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Ashley Evearitt earned her B.A. in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Findlay, and her M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Spalding University. She is currently working towards a doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Spalding. In addition to providing therapy in the Spalding Counseling Center, she is helping plan outreach programming for the residence hall this year.
My name is Ben Jeppsen and I’m from Boise, Idaho. I moved to the Louisville area about four years ago for my graduate work at University of Louisville. I love sports, the outdoors, and I’m a bit of a batman-nerd. I’m at the Counseling Center on Thursdays and Fridays.
Hi, I am David Ranschaert, now in my second year working at the counseling center and the only counselor there who can claim to be Louisville’s Funniest Healthcare Worker (and I have the trophy to prove it). While my current therapy caseload is full, I am more than happy to take requests for psychological testing! I have a wide range of experience, working with kids to adults, and everything from common test anxiety to persons with severe mental illness. Feel free to say hi if you see me on campus.
Ian Lynch is completing his 4th year in the Professional Psychology doctoral program at Spalding University. Ian’s professional and clinical interests include neuropsychology and traumatic brain injury, health psychology, psychoanalytic/psychodynamic therapies, and multicultural and LGBTQI issues.
Erin Fulkerson is a doctoral candidate in the School of Professional Psychology. Erin is in her second year as a practicum student counselor, and is interested in helping students overcoming various barriers to achieve success. Her professional/research interests include strengthening parents within this challenging role, use of dialectical-behavior therapy, and overcoming childhood abuse.
Aaron Levinsky has been in the SOPP for four years. His professional interests include treatment of bipolar disorder, caregiver burden, psychological assessment, and mindful stress reduction techniques. His previous practicum placements include Home of the Innocents, Communicare’s Elizabethtown Clinic, and Wellstone Regional Hospital.