CaPS Staff

Senior Director of Health and Wellness
Director, Counseling and Psychological Services (CaPS)

Allison From-TappDr. Allison From-Tapp grew up in Alexandria, Louisiana where she got her start helping animals in a veterinary hospital and patients at an HIV/AIDS clinic. She found her passion for social justice, multiculturalism, and psychology while at Connecticut College where she completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Women’s Studies. She achieved her Masters and Doctoral degrees in Clinical Psychology from Spalding University. As a licensed psychologist for over 20 years, Dr. From-Tapp has worked in community mental health, private practice, and several University counseling centers. Now in her 17th year at Spalding she finds excitement in training the next generation of psychologists. She enjoys helping students (both those in therapy and those in training) through the developmental process and the growth that comes from it, as well as finding their balance and joy in life. She practices from a culturally humble, collaborative, psychodynamic approach, incorporating mindfulness, emotion, and clients’ values into her work. She is passionate about helping individuals realize their fullest potential and grow into the identity that suits them best. She maintains her own joy and balance by living mindfully in the country with her amazing psychologist husband, two teenagers at home (and two in college), and 2 dogs.

Gina MajestroDr. Gina Majestro was raised in Charleston, West Virginia and has been living in Louisville for the last 10 years. Gina earned her BA in Psychology from West Virginia University. She achieved a Masters and Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Spalding University. Gina has experience working with a variety of populations across the lifespan but has a special clinical interest in young adults, trauma, mood disorders, anxiety disorders and relationships difficulties. In therapy, Gina practices from a collaborative, culturally sensitive and psychodynamic approach. She incorporates interventions from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) to help her clients achieve their goals. She recognizes the discomfort that can come with help seeking and prioritizes creating a safe and comfortable environment where her clients (and trainees) can show up as themselves. In her free time, Gina enjoys cooking, working on various DIY projects and relaxing with her husband and daughter.

Catherine VeillonDr. Catherine Veillon is the postdoctoral fellow at CaPS for the 2023-2024 year. With a passion for fostering holistic growth and psychological well-being, she is committed to providing impactful therapy and supervision that integrates psychodynamic and interpersonal approaches. Catherine completed her doctoral training in Clinical Psychology at Spalding University, where she developed clinical interest in young adults, trauma, relationship difficulties, depression and anxiety, OCD, and eating disorders. Catherine’s therapeutic philosophy is rooted in the belief that our past experiences and interpersonal connections profoundly influence our present thoughts, emotions, and behaviors as well as our sense of self and well-being. Catherine approaches therapy with warmth, empathy, and without judgment to promote clients’ self-discovery, growth, and healing. With her supervisees, she fosters a collaborative and reflective environment for supervisees to explore their clinical work, insights, and challenges. Outside of work, Catherine enjoys reading, walking her dog, practicing yoga/Pilates, and spending time with friends and family.

Jennifer ChapmanGrowing up here in Louisville, I always knew I wanted to raise my family here. I returned to do just that after graduating from the University of Georgia and living in Atlanta, GA, for a number of years. As a student clinician, I am thrilled to have the opportunity to work with a wide variety of individuals guiding them on their journey to achieve their mental health goals. I see this process as a true privilege, and I am fulfilled by the challenge and reward that comes from helping my clients. In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my family, listening to and playing music, and reading for pleasure and to continue my learning in the field of psychology.

Kathy DrzewieckiI was raised near Chicago IL, and most recently lived in Des Moines, IA before moving to Louisville to attend Spalding University where I am in my fourth year of the Psy.D program. My clinical interests include helping clients lead full, rich, and meaningful lives while navigating through life transitions, anxiety, depression, trauma histories, relationship difficulties, LGBTQ+ related issues, and chronic health issues. I practice from a culturally humble, collaborative, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) approach and am honored to have the opportunity to work with you! In my free time, I enjoy quilting, reading, and cooking. I can also be found exploring hiking trails in and around Louisville.

Hannah GibsonMy name is Hannah Gibson (she/her), and I am a fifth year PsyD student here at Spalding University. My emphasis is in working with adults. I was raised in Georgia and received my undergraduate degree in Psychology there, and then moved to Bloomington, IN, to get my masters in community counseling, which I received in 2012. I’ve been working in the field as a therapist since then but decided to come back to school so that I could become a better counselor and help the population I am interested in most – you! I really enjoy working with the college age population. I particularly enjoy working with individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma histories, LGBTQ-related concerns, adjustment issues, and communication and interpersonal concerns, though I have experience working with a wide range of issues. I try to meet my clients where they are and use a somewhat different approach for each client, but I do always operate from a place of compassion. I look forward to seeing how I can help you grow!

Alena GormanHello, I’m Alena, a passionate clinical psychology doctoral student at the University of Indianapolis. I graduated from Ball State University with a BA in Psychology and from the University of Indianapolis with a MS in Clinical Psychology. My approach to therapy is centered around creating a collaborative, warm, and engaging space that respects each person’s unique life experiences and intersecting identities. I believe in the power of therapy to facilitate transformation and growth. I integrate evidence-based practices and tailor interventions to each individual’s needs, aiming to empower them on their journey to emotional well-being. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my two goldendoodles!

Keith MillerKeith is a Louisville native who earned his MBA from Indiana University and returned to school to pursue a Master’s in Clinical Psychology from Union College. Keith has a passion for working with emerging adults and helping individuals navigate life transitions, such as adjusting to a new school/program. He believes that the therapeutic relationship is the most important part of therapy and practices from a relationally focused perspective. Outside of school Keith enjoys spending time with his wife, daughter, twin boys, and cheering on the Louisville Cardinals.

Angelo PetracciAngelo hails from Youngstown, Ohio, and graduated in 2022 from the College of Wooster with a BA in Neuropsychology. During his time there, he actively participated in football as a student athlete. With his academic background, he possesses a strong drive to support the mental well-being of athletes and all college students alike. Currently in his second year of Spalding’s PsyD program, Angelo is specializing in Neuropsychology. His clinical pursuits encompass working closely with student athletes, exploring the intricate relationship between physical and mental health, and incorporating mindfulness exercises into his practice. During his leisure moments, Angelo finds pleasure in attending sporting events, savoring live music, and engaging in weight training.

Tracey SmithI am a clinical psychology doctoral student at Spalding University. I’m originally from Mobile, AL where I hope to return to practice therapy when I graduate. I have a Master’s of Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of South Alabama. Before this I actually worked as a Certified Public Accountant for about 6 years, mostly doing tax returns and bookkeeping for individuals, partnerships, and businesses. What led to my recent change in career was my own time in therapy. I was helped by a psychologist and developed a passion to help others as I had been helped as a result. This passion has since grown and matured as I have completed a Master’s program and entered doctoral school. My dream is to provide individual and group therapy to first responders at all stages of their careers. I also have a passion for college students of all ages and have worked with many college students over the past two years. My therapy style includes consistent encouragement and collaborating with the client to help the client achieve their unique therapeutic goals. After all, the client is the expert of themselves. I am merely an outside observer with knowledge of human psychology.