Jennifer Hogan

Jennifer Hogan

Director of the Counseling Center
hogan@hws.edu

Jennifer Hogan is a licensed clinical psychologist. She completed her doctorate in 1993 at Widener University and concurrently completed a school psychology curriculum through Widener University and Bryn Mawr College. In addition to her work at the Counseling Center, she serves as a mental health consultant to Geneva Head Start. She utilizes an integrative approach to therapy, incorporating psychodynamic theories, cognitive behavioral strategies, mindfulness techniques, and interpersonal therapy principles. Her professional interests include the developmental challenges of children and young adults, anxiety, depression, and ethics in the therapeutic process.

Tasha Prosper

Tasha Prosper

Associate Director of the Counseling Center
prosper@hws.edu

Tasha Prosper is a staff psychologist. She received her Ph.D. in counseling psychology from Columbia University, with a research focus on race related stress. Her theoretical approach pulls heavily from interpersonal and existential psychology frameworks. Her professional interests include race based stress, community activism, religion/spirituality, and meditation. Tasha has enjoyed facilitating dynamic group therapy offerings including mood and food, spirituality support, women of color support, and finding meaning in life support groups. She is a two-time recipient of the Davis Putter Scholarship and Activism award. She completed a Pre-Doctoral fellowship at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center of New York, and a Post-Doctoral fellowship at The University of South Carolina.

Katy Wolfe Kelliher

Katy Wolfe Kelliher '11

Staff Counselor
wolfekelliher@hws.edu

Katy Wolfe Kelliher graduated from HWS in 2011 with a BA in English and Africana Studies. She completed her MSW in 2014 at Washington University in St. Louis. Katy is a licensed master social worker and specializes in trauma work. She is certified and trained in TF-CBT, EMDR, and 5-Narrative trauma, and is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP) from the International Association of Trauma Professionals. She is client-focused and results-driven. Prior to joining the Counseling Center, Katy worked at Eastern New Mexico University's Counseling Services Department as a Wellness Counselor, providing individual therapy for students as well as outreach services for ENMU's campus and the greater community.

Bethany Raymond

Bethany Owens Raymond

Staff Counselor

braymond@hws.edu

Bethany Owens Raymond is a staff psychologist. She completed her doctorate in clinical psychology at Georgia Southern University. Bethany utilizes an integrative approach to therapy and incorporates acceptance-based, cognitive behavioral, psychodynamic, and interpersonal lenses. Her professional interests include anxiety, depression, body image, mindfulness, and self-compassion. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at the SUNY Oneonta Counseling Center.

Kathleen Pullano

Kathleen Pullano

Part Time Social Worker
pullano@hws.edu

Kathleen Pullano is a licensed clinical social worker. She completed a master's degree in 1996 at Syracuse University. In addition to her work at the Counseling Center, she operates a private practice in Geneva, N.Y. With a background in community mental heath, Ms. Pullano integrates psychodynamic, dialectical, cognitive behavior and interpersonal approaches in her work. She takes special interest in the treatment of depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, stress, Womens' and LGBTQ issues.

Qiana Hobdy

Qiana Hobdy

Part Time Social Worker

Qiana Hobdy is a Licensed Master Social Worker. Her knowledge and experience have afforded her the ability to work with individuals who struggle with anxiety, depression, OCD, mood disorders, PTSD, grief, anger management, life adjustments, trauma, addiction and stress. She provides a safe space for clients to explore and process life's inevitable challenges and changes. Whether there's been a break up in a relationship or childhood trauma she believes that "now" is always a good time for healing and wholeness. Qiana believes that there is no one therapeutic modality that fits everyone so she utilizes an integrative approach while working with clients to meet them where they are at. She does this by incorporating solution focused therapy, psychodynamic theories, mindfulness strategies and cognitive behavioral therapy. Qiana's other interest focuses on social justice advocacy and providing services to the underserved population through her non-profit organization.

Qiana is working with Hobart and William Smith students through our partner, Mantra Health. To schedule an initial appointment with Qiana, please contact our office manager. All follow-up appointments must be made through Mantra's portal at app.mantrahealth.com.

Jeanne Borromeo

Jeanne Borromeo

Part Time Social Worker

Jeanne is a licensed clinical social worker in NYS. She received her BSW from Marist College and Master’s in Social Work at Adelphi University. She is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Southern California University. Jeanne has received multiple trainings in Cognitive and Dialectical Behavior Therapy and EMDR and currently holds Certifications as a Forensic Social Worker through the National Organization of Forensic Social Worker; Anger Management Specialist II from National Anger Management Association; Clinical Anxiety Treatment Provider from the Institute of Certified Anxiety Treatment Professionals. Jeanne’s vast experience lies primarily with engaging challenging, oppositional and/or internet dependent youth and transitioning young adults. In addition to solution focused treatment strategies for clients, Jeanne’s expertise at providing psycho education and coaching their parents and/or family members, serves to motivate clients to manage symptoms of anxiety, depression, trauma and addiction.

Jeanne is working with Hobart and William Smith students through our partner, Mantra Health. To schedule an initial appointment with Jeanne, please contact our office manager. All follow-up appointments must be made through Mantra's portal at app.mantrahealth.com.

Vanessa Rauscher

Vanessa Rauscher

Office Coordinator

Vanessa Rauscher is the office coordinator for the HWS Counseling Center. After graduating from SUNY Brockport in 2018 with a Bachelor's Degree in Sociology, Vanessa moved to the Finger Lakes Region. She joined the Counseling Center in 2021 and is here to help students navigate counseling services throughout their college career.