Counseling Services Staff
Anne Reynolds, Ph.D., Director - Anne earned her doctorate in Counseling Psychology from the University of Georgia and her Bachelor of Arts degree from Emory University in Psychology and Art History. She is a licensed psychologist. Her interests include meditation and stress reduction, helping students achieve academic success, and supportive psychotherapy. She has one son, Will, who has taught her how to kayak and fight for cheese dip. Anne enjoys being married, taking midnight boat rides, traveling, and spending time with her two dogs, Emma and Marley.
Stephen M. Wilson, M.S., L.P.C., Assistant Director - Steve has been affiliated with Georgia College Counseling Services since 2006. He earned a Masters of Science degree from Augusta State University, and is currently pursuing a doctorate at the Georgia School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University. Steve works with students experiencing a range of concerns, including ADHD, depression, anxiety and stress.
Brian Shaw, Ph.D., NCC, Counselor/Coordinator of Clinical Services - Brian recently joined the staff of GC Counseling Services. He received his Master of Arts in Counseling from Wake Forest University and his Ph.D. in Counseling from Old Dominion University. Prior to coming to GC, he worked in the counseling center at Old Dominion University. Areas of interest include anxiety, depression, adjustment to college, career decision making, and men's issues.
Cathy Rojas, M.A., Counselor/Coordinator of Outreach Services- Cathy recently joined the staff at GC after returning to Georgia from one year of training in upstate New York. She has her Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology and will soon be awarded her Doctoral degree from Georgia School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University. Cathy has been counseling college students for the past four years both in Georgia and New York. She is originally from California and earned her B.A. in psychology from UC Santa Cruz. Cathy is trained as a generalist, but has specific interest in working with students experiencing relationship problems, low self-esteem, and problems related to trauma.
LeeAnn Cloud, Receptionist (part time) - LeeAnn is responsible for scheduling appointments and assisting with administrative operations. She is married and has two children.
Jeff Duffey, M.D., Psychiatrist (part time) - Dr. Duffey works at Georgia College Counseling Services as a part-time consultant. His medical degree is from the Medical College of Georgia, and he is board certified in psychiatry. Students can see Dr. Duffey at Georgia College Counseling Services only by referral from one of the regular therapists on staff. Due to time limitations, he cannot see students on an ongoing basis, but will assess their functioning, and if indicated, provide an initial prescription for medication. He also offers educational discussions (on a time-available basis) for students who have questions about psychotropic medications that other providers have prescribed.
Barbara Jackson, M.S., L.P.C., Counselor - Barbara is a Licensed Professional Counselor who holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Science in Psychology from the University of Louisiana at Monroe, in Monroe, Louisiana. Barbara has worked in higher education for more than 17 years as a clinician in a variety of university counseling centers. Prior to joining the Georgia College staff, Barbara worked as a Licensed Professional Counselor with Baylor University Counseling Center in Waco, Texas. Although she is a generalist, special clinical interests include counseling patients with issues related to depression, assertiveness, relationships, grief/loss, personal growth/improvement, developmental/transitional concerns and cultural competency.
Jan Nodine, BSN, MS, APRN, Psychiatric Clinical Nurse Specialist - Jan has her advanced practice nursing degree and is board certified as a psychiatric clinical nurse specialist. She recently joined the staff at GC. She received her BSN from the Medical College of GA and her MS from Georgia State University. Her interests include depression and anxiety.
Evelyn Palm, Client Intervention Assistant - Evelyn has been with Georgia College Counseling Services since 2006. She is responsible for making initial assessments of client concerns to determine emergency needs. As office manager, she handles the administrative operations of the department and provides support to the counseling staff.
Darcy Shores, Ph.D., Darcy, a transplanted Michigander, moved to Georgia to attend Agnes Scott College, where she earned her B.A. in Biology and Psychology. Her doctorates, one in research-based clinical psychology and one in treatment-based clinical psychology, were earned from Nova Southeastern University in Florida. She especially enjoys working with students who are facing challenges such as anxiety, trauma, and family difficulties.
Susan Spencer, M.Ed., L.P.C., Counselor - Susan has been with Georgia College Counseling Services since 1994. Her masters degree, from the University of Georgia, is in Student Personnel in Higher Education with an emphasis in counseling. She's also a proud Auburn alumna, having studied journalism there. She has particular interest in helping students with existential and spirituality issues, but is a generalist therapist, working with students on a wide array of issues. She has a son who’s studying jazz and percussion at Florida State.