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The Carruth Center is open, but most of our clinicians are working remotely. We are only seeing psychological and psychiatric emergencies in person at this time. For information about counseling options available to students located in West Virginia as well as students currently outside of the state, please see our COVID-19 updates page.

Jessica Johnston-York, Ph.D.

Staff Psychologist/Group Coordinator

Education

B.S. in Psychology, University of Florida; 

B.A. in Anthropology, University of Florida;

M.A. in Psychology and Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology, Texas Tech University; 

Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology, Texas Tech University 

Internship: Texas Tech University Student Counseling Center

Licensure Status  

Licensed Psychologist in West Virginia, #1269

Orientation

Person-centered/emotion-focused

Interests

Individual, couples, and group counseling, sexual trauma, multicultural issues, sexual, gender, and relationship concerns, women’s issues, identity and self-esteem concerns

Bio

I was born in Florida and studied psychology there before my graduate school journey brought me to Texas. I gained experience completing practicum training in a variety of settings but found the most meaning and personality fit when working with college students. After completing my pre-doctoral internship and graduating in August 2019, I started working as a supervised staff psychologist at Carruth Center for Psychological and Psychiatric Services (CCPPS).

Hobbies

Outside of work, I typically spend my time connecting with friends and family, reading, baking, playing with my dog and cat, and going on walks while listening to audiobooks and podcasts.

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