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His counseling orientation is integrative, with an emphasis on interpersonal-process, humanistic, and cognitive perspectives. Ruxton joined the CCS staff in 2008 and became Executive Director in July 2013. Tata provides individual and group counseling to NIU students, supervision to trainees at CCS, and some outreach to the campus community. Tata has done research on issues related to acculturation in the Asian American community, and has done outreach on many topics. Tata has expertise in working with a variety of diversity, transition, identity, abuse and loss issues. Her areas of interest are group therapy, multicultural concerns, and supervision.
She has experience working in both university and community settings, with an emphasis in substance use assessment. She provides individual and group therapy, supervision of practicum trainees, and outreach.
Her counseling orientation is strength-based integrative, with a focus on interpersonal-process, solution focused, and motivational enhancement perspectives. Benavides’s clinical areas of interest are student substance use, the effect of substance use on family and peer relationships, relationship concerns, depression, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, pet loss, and supervision. Her experience comprises of a variety of settings including community mental health, hospitals, and college counseling centers. She provides individual and group therapy, supervision of trainees, and campus outreach.
He provides individual and group counseling and is training director of CSDC's APA accredited doctoral internship program. Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor Erica joined the CCS staff in August 2011 after working in the De Kalb/Sycamore area for 14 years in various counseling settings, such as private practice, the De Kalb County Health Department, an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for substance abuse, and the De Kalb County Drug Court Program.
His areas of expertise include multicultural issues, relationship concerns, men's issues, and anxiety concerns. Paquette’s professional interests include college student development, diversity education/training, social justice, and supervision. Executive Director & Licensed Clinical Psychologist Dr. She has worked with individuals who are experiencing depression, grief and loss, substance abuse, relationship concerns, HIV/AIDS, anxiety, parent-child concerns, and posttraumatic stress concerns.
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Benavides has been at CCS since 2005 and became Associate Director in January 2014. Cali joined the CCS staff in 2014 after completing her doctoral internship at NIU and her post-doctoral training at Rosalind Franklin University. Associate Director & Licensed Clinical Psychologist Dr.