Training Staff and Interns

Senior Staff

Carmen Cruz, Psy.D.
Associate Director, Director of Training

Licensure Status: Licensed in Texas
Academic Program: Clinical Psychology
University: Nova Southeastern University
Internship Site: Texas Woman's University Counseling Center
Theoretical Orientation: Existential, Multicultural, RCT/Neuroscience
Special Interests: Training & Supervision, Multicultural Analysis & Diversity Training, Gender/LGBTQ Issues, Couples Therapy, Mindfulness, Hand Drumming

Linda Louden, Ph.D.
Assistant Director - Dallas, Houston

Licensure Status: Licensed in Texas
Academic Program: Counseling Psychology
University: University of North Texas 
Internship Site: Texas Woman's University Counseling Center
Theoretical Orientation: Interpersonal, Feminist
Special Interests: Multicultural & Women's Issues, Sexual Abuse Recovery, Crisis Intervention, Psychological Assessment, Training & Supervision 

Denise Lucero-Miller, Ph.D.
Director

Licensure Status: Licensed in Texas
Academic Program: Counseling Psychology
University: University of Oklahoma
Internship Site: University of Texas Health Sciences Center, San Antonio, Texas
Theoretical Orientation: Interpersonal, Feminist, Psychodynamic
Special Interests: Supervision & Training, Multicultural & Women's Issues, Psychological Assessment, Psychological Trauma, Multiple Role Conflict

Victoria Henderson, Ph.D.
Staff Psychologist

Licensure Status: License eligible
Academic Program: Counseling Psychology
University: Texas Tech University
Internship Site: Texas A&M University Counseling and Psychological Services
Theoretical Orientation: Psychodynamic, Interpersonal
Interests: trauma recovery, multiculturalism, grief and loss, relationship concerns, self-worth, gender issues, interpersonal psychotherapy, training and supervision

Rakhi Sen, Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist

Licensure Status: Licensure Status: Licensed in Texas; Licensed in Illinois
Academic Program: Counseling Psychology
University: University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign 
Internship Site: Arizona State University Counseling & Consultation
Theoretical Orientation: Integrative, Operate Within an Overarching Multicultural Framework Drawing from Interpersonal, Humanistic, Social Learning, and Feminist approaches
Special Interests: Diversity Issues, Identity Development, Gender Issues, Trauma Concerns, Interpersonal Psychotherapy, Use of Stories and Metaphor in Therapy, Spirituality Issues, Role and Nature of Counseling in Non-Western Cultures, Supervision and Training

Psychology Interns

Sandy Fanning M.S.
Academic Program: Counseling Psychology
University: West Virginia University
Theoretical Orientation: Interpersonal process with Feminist/Multicultural lens.
Special Interests: the effects of racism, LGBTQ+, gender discrimination, anxiety and stress management, cross-cultural psychology, intersections in identity, and trauma.

Sathya Baanu Jeevanba, M.A.
Academic Program: Counseling Psychology
University: University of Missouri-Kansas City
Theoretical Orientation: Integrative operating from a multicultural framework utilizing Feminist, Humanistic, and Acceptance-Commitment Therapy approaches.
Special interests: Intersectionality of cultural identities, life transitions, international and immigration student issues, gender and sexuality, liberation psychology, and decolonizing therapy.

Vy Tran, M.Ed.
Academic Program: Counseling Psychology
University: Texas A&M University
Theoretical Orientation: Integrative; Person-centered informed by interpersonal and cognitive processes.
Special interests: Multiculturalism, Childhood Trauma, Sexual Abuse Recovery, Identity Development, Life Adjustment/Transition, Self-Esteem Work, Relationships, Supervision/Training.

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