Rob Dove, LCSW, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Director, has been a member of the Rhodes community since 1998. His areas of expertise include depression, anxiety, trauma and dissociative disorders. He also provides couples and family counseling to Rhodes students. Rob received his Masters in Social Work from Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts in 1993. From 1997 – 2006, Rob served on the faculty of the University of Tennessee School of Social Work, where he taught classes on Individual and Group therapy. At Rhodes, Rob has served as Co-Director of the National Coalition Building Institute (NCBI), a national organization whose goal is to eliminate racism and all other forms of prejudice and discrimination. He continues to serve as a facilitator for NCBI, leading workshops on prejudice reduction, conflict resolution and coalition building.
Pam Detrie, Ph.D., Psychologist, Associate Director,
signed on with the Rhodes Counseling Center in May 2006 after serving at the Memphis Church Health Center for four years. Her areas of clinical interest include: substance use issues, gender and sexual identity development, eating disorders and body image. She also coordinates Rhodes’ LGBTIQ Safe Zones program. Pam received her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Memphis. Pam loves the outdoors, running, woodworking projects, and spending time with her family.
Chenobia Webster, LCSW, Assistant Director, is a native Memphian who joined the Rhodes community in August 2006. Chenobia is a licensed clinical social worker, and her specialties include anxiety and depression with an emphasis on adjustment to college, individual and couple therapy, healthy relationships, diversity, and developing outreach programming. She has a special interest in chronic mental illness including bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and major depressive disorders. Chenobia obtained her Masters in Social Work from the University of Tennessee in Memphis in 2003; her undergraduate degree is a Bachelors of Arts and Sciences in Social Work from the University of Memphis in 2002, is currently a doctorate student of social work with the University of Tennessee at Knoxville-School of Social Work, completion in May 2014.
Chenobia is in private practice in the Midtown area. She is the proud parent of Tierney who is a rising junior at Spelman College in Atlanta, GA and Gabriel who is in the 10th grade at Soulsville Charter School, mom of a rambunctious toddler Reed (3) and the proud new mom of Harlem a bouncing baby girl. She loves cooking and traveling. Her favorite destinations are NYC and Boston (for incredible shopping of course). She also enjoys fun readings and some of her favorites are: Coldest Winter Ever by Sista Soulja, My Girl by Patricia Hermes and An Unquiet Mind by Dr. Kay Jamison.
Katie Z. Webb, LCSW, Clinical Counselor, first joined the Rhodes community as an intern in the Counseling Center during the 2008-2009 school year, and returned as a Clinical Counselor in August of 2013. Katie received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of North Carolina and her Masters Degree in Social Work from the University of Tennessee. Her areas of interest include adjustment issues, grief, and mental health in athletics. She enjoys traveling, playing outdoors, skiing and spending time with her friends and family.
Kelfey Williams, Administrative Assistant, is a Certified Medical Office Assistant who joined the Rhodes Community and the Student Counseling and Health Center in January of 2013. Kelfey is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Healthcare Administration through the University of Phoenix. Kelfey loves spending time with her family and friends.
Angela Izmirian is a Counseling Psychology doctoral student at the University of Memphis. She studied Psychology at UCLA and later earned a masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at USC. Angela has worked with middle school students on mental health issues ranging from anxiety and depression to trauma. Her clinical interests include sexuality, sexual orientation, multiculturalism, couples and families.
Colin McEntee, intern for the 2013-2014 academic year,
is pursuing a Master’s Degree in Social Work at the University of Tennessee. Colin received a Bachelor of Science degree in Geography with a minor in Biology from the University of Memphis. His clinical interests include: anxiety, depression, adjustment concerns, relationship issues, personal crises, trauma resolution, spirituality, and issues in the development and evolution of the concept of self. Colin is originally from Long Island, NY and misses the ocean tremendously. He enjoys the outdoors, cooking, gardening, travel, music, reading, and spending time with family and friends.
Donnalin Constantin, M.S. is a fourth-year doctoral student in Counseling Psychology at the University of Memphis. She originally comes from the beautiful isle of St. Lucia in the Caribbean. Donnalin’s work with clients is guided by an existential-humanistic approach. She believes that at the heart of most human struggle is a striving to find authentic, meaningful and purposeful ways-of-being in the world. Her areas of interest include anxiety, depression, existential issues and spirituality. In her free time she loves to play sports, exercise, play and listen to music, and connect with close friends and family.
Lindsey Swanson is a second-year doctoral student at the University of Memphis, where she studies Counseling Psychology. Lindsey moved to Memphis from Kennesaw, Georgia, where she worked as a mental health intake counselor for Ridgeview Institute. Lindsey’s areas of interest include sport psychology, performance enhancement, and the challenges facing young adults as they seek to develop greater independence and autonomy.
Sallie Handley is the Rhodes Student Associate for the Counseling Center for the 2013-2014 academic year
. A senior from Birmingham, Alabama, she is a Commerce and Business major with a Spanish minor. She updates the website, researches mental health issues, develops outreach opportunities, plans various events, and creates promotional publications. She loves spending time with friends, mexican food and Alabama football.
Destiny Smith is the work study student in the Rhodes Counseling Center for the 2013-2014 academic year. Hailing from Little Rock, Arkansas, Destiny is a senior, majoring in psychology with a minor in African American studies. As a work study student, she assists the RSA and counselors with planning and executing events, as well as performing various errands needed in the Counseling Center.