Counseling Center
 

Counseling Center Staff

Julia Routbort, Ph.D.

Julia Routbort, Ph.D., Director

Julia Routbort is the Director of the Counseling Center. She has a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Michigan, where she completed both the child and adult clinical training programs. Her clinical interests include the treatment of trauma, particularly the treatment of child sexual abuse and sexual assault, feminist psychodynamic therapy and work with LGBTQ issues. She enjoys interacting with many parts of the Skidmore community, including students, faculty, parents and administrators. She believes that good therapy happens when the therapist and client create an egalitarian and collaborative relationship based on mutual respect and trust.

Andrew Demaree, Psy.D.

Andrew Demaree, Psy.D., Associate Director

Andy came to Skidmore in the Fall of 2000 after completing his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He previously worked in the Counseling Centers at IUP and the University of Delaware. Andy enjoys both group and individual therapy and believes creating and maintaining healthy relationships is one of the most important challenges for college students. Andy is also the coordinator of practicum training for the center.

Leya

Leya Moore, Ph.D., Staff Psychologist

Leya Moore, Ph.D. joined the Counseling Center in January 2013 as a Staff Clinician. She has a Doctorate in Counseling Psychology from the University of Wisconsin - Madison. Her clinical interests include concerns that impact students' college-going experiences and persistence, including: anxiety, depressed mood, stress coping, relationships, and adjustment/transitions. She believes that a sense of belongingness, strengths-building, and positive self-care behaviors are important throughout the college years. Her therapy style is student-centered, humanistic, cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal, and multicultural. She enjoys providing individual and group counseling and working collaboratively across campus with the Skidmore community.

 Randee

Randee McArdle, LCSW, Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Randee joined Skidmore in August 2014 after several years at the Counseling Center at Albany College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences. Randee received her Master’s degree in Social Work from S.U.N.Y. Albany and her Bachelor's degree in Clinical Psychology at Tufts University. Her specialty areas include eating disorders, anxiety, depression, interpersonal difficulties and stress management.  Infused in her work is attention to issues of diversity, oppression and disempowerment.  Randee has a special interest in mindfulness-based meditation and relaxation practices. She views therapy as a collaborative process through which individuals can uncover their deepest needs and develop a toolbox of strategies to meet those needs in skillful and compassionate ways.

Lilly Routledge

Lilly Routledge, Office Coordinator

Lilly is the Staff Assistant at the Counseling Center. She has an A.S. in Office Management from Dean College. Lilly brings to the center her experience as an Office Coordinator in the Case Management department and as an inpatient Behavioral Health Tech from the Glens Falls Hospital. She enjoys assisting and interacting with students as they begin or continue their academic experience at Skidmore.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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