Meghann Wraight-Steinmetz

Education and Training

  • University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY
    Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology (APA-Accredited) (2007)
  • State University of New York College at Brockport, Brockport, NY
    B.S. in Psychology and Health Science (2001)


  • New York State Licensure, Psychology (018065-1)

Clinical Employment

  • Assistant Director, Center for Counseling and Student Wellness, Hobart and William Smith Colleges (2008 – Present)
  • Private Practice, Sole Proprietor, (2010-2012).
  • Postdoctoral Fellow, University Counseling Center, University of Rochester (2007 - 2008)
  • Pre-doctoral Intern, Counseling Services, Kansas State University (APA-Accredited) (2006 - 2007)
  • Psychometrician in Neuropsychology, Erie County Medical Center and Buffalo General Hospital, Department of Neurology - University at Buffalo, (2005-2006)

Professional Membership and Service

  • American Psychological Association
  • APA – Division 19 Military Psychology
  • APA – Division 33 Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
  • APA – Division 42 Psychologists in Independent Practice
  • Society for Disability Studies
  • Rochester Area Group Psychotherapy Society




  • Certified Empowerment Facilitator, Personal Empowerment Program, (2011-2012).
  • Instructor, Common Grounds, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, (2008).
  • Instructor, Clinical Seminar for Counseling Trainees, University of Rochester, (2008).
  • Instructor, Life Skills for Student-Athletes, Kansas State University, (2007).
  • Instructor, Career and Life Planning, Kansas State University, (2006).
  • Instructor, Performance Enhancement for Athletes, Kansas State University, (2006).

Professional Presentations

VanLone, J., Barile, B, Newson, T., Siembor, M., & Wraight-Steinmetz, M. (January, 2013). Personal
Empowerment: An innovative program for at risk students. Presented at Branching Out Beyond Our Boundaries Conference. Hobart and William Smith Colleges. Geneva, NY.

Wraight-Steinmetz, M., Siembor, M., & Lear, S. (January, 2013). Mental Health Trends in Higher
Education. Presented at Branching Out Beyond Our Boundaries Conference. Hobart and William Smith Colleges.

Wraight-Steinmetz, M. & Mistler, B. J. (June, 2011). Providing neuro-inclusive services: Competencies for
working ambiguously with disability and neurodiverse college students. Paper presented at the 29th Annual Counseling Centers of New York Conference, Ithaca, NY.

Mistler, B. & Wraight-Steinmetz, M. (March, 2011). Neurodiversity as a multicultural competency for
clinicians and student-affairs professionals. Paper presented at the 2011 American College Personnel Association’s (ACPA) Convention. Baltimore, MD. 

Mistler, B. J. & Wraight-Steinmetz, M (March, 2011). Neuro-inclusive student affairs cultures in
higher education. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA). Philadelphia, PA.

VanLone, J., Singh, S., Wraight-Steinmetz, M., & Mistler, B. J. (June, 2010). Building effective group
programs on small campuses. Presented at 28th Annual Counseling Centers of NY Conference, Oneonta.

Wraight-Steinmetz, M. & Mistler, B. J. (June, 2010). Training for conflict resolution on a college
campus. Paper presented at 28th Annual Counseling Centers of NY Conference, Oneonta, NY.

Wraight, M. (March, 2007).  Disability Awareness Exhibition: Panel discussion. Presented at the 1st
Annual Disability Awareness Week. Kansas State University. Manhattan, KS.

Hudecki, M., Pilkey, T., Roehn, S., Salem, C., Savino, M., & Wraight, M. (April, 2006). Leaders with
Disabilities: Panel. Presented at the Life and Leadership Workshop Program. University at Buffalo.

Goodgain, T., Heflin, M., Holohan-Moyer, I., & Wraight, M. (February, 2005). Uniting across
campuses…advisors networking for student success: Advising student-athletes.  Presented at the Undergraduate Advisement Council 2005 Conference. Buffalo, NY. 

Herzstein, M., Share, T., & Wraight, M. (June, 2003). Athletes and counseling. Presented at the Twenty-
first Annual Conference of the Counseling Centers of New York State. Colgate University. Hamilton, NY.


Preparing Students to Lead Lives of Consequence.