Meet our Counselors

Allison Dr. Allison From
(502) 873-4458

Allison received her PsyD at Spalding University and has worked in the Community Mental Health system as well as university counseling centers since 2001. In addition to running the Spalding Counseling Center, she also teaches.  Her favorite class to teach is Human Sexuality because she believes that relationships are what drive us to be who we are.

When not at work she spends time with her amazing boys (two sons and husband) and her dog.

ELISE Elise Romines Latino

Elise is a doctoral candidate in the Counseling Psychology Program at the University of Louisville.
She has earned her B.A. in Psycholory from Taylor University and her M.A. in Mental Health Counseling from Boston College.Her approach to therapy integrates emotion-focused and interpersonal theories.

Ashley Evearitt

Ashley 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

NATE1 Nathaniel Schapiro

Nathaniel earned his B.A. in Psychology from Florida Atlantic University, an M.A. in Psychology in Education from Teachers College, Columbia University and an M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Spalding University.
He is currently completing his fourth year in the School of Professional Psychology at Spalding.Nathaniel has had prior practicum experiences at Central State Hospital, the Substance Abuse Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Program at the Robley Rex VA Medical Center and the Archdiocese of Louisville.He is originally from South Florida and is a big Miami sports fan.

Amy Wetter

Amy is currently in her fourth year in the Spalding Doctoral Psychology Program. Her professional interests include understanding and moving past childhood trauma, stress reduction through mindfulness, and increasing coping and communication skills.Outside of school she enjoys hanging out with her animals, rock climbing and just being outside.She is at the counseling center on Mondays and Wednesdays.

ZOE1 Zoe Leibowitz

Zoe is a doctoral student at Spalding University in the School of Professional Psychology in Clinical Psychology. She holds a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Spalding and is in her fourth year of training. Her primary areas of interest surround human sexuality and gender identity.
Ms. Leibowitz completed psychotherapy and assessment practicum with adults and children at Communicare in Elizabethtown and Brandenburg. She also worked at Home of the Innocents in Louisville.Zoe also works as the Director of Graduate Assistant Student Services at the Spalding Writing Center.  She is the president of Spalding’s chapter of the National Organization for Women and is involved in campus efforts to reduce sexual violence.

 Robin Robin Tapp

Robin received his M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Spalding University and is currently working on his Doctorate.He loves teaching meditation to anyone who will listen and also enjoys dancing with his wife and two nearly perfect children. He raises chickens, grows figs and papaws and has way too many dogs for his own good.
Robin has no interest in becoming rich and famous, wearing expensive suits or driving a Shelby Cobra (actually the Cobra sounds kind of cool). Instead, he prefers a life of curious exploration and sweet gratitude for the simple things.Most days you will find him in the Counseling  Center smiling, joking and talking about Psychology.