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Angie Trzepacz, Ph.D.

Psychologist, Director and Counselor

Angie has been at MSU since 2008. She was previously the Director of the Psychological Center but became the Director of University Counseling Services in 2012.  She enjoys working with students and helping them identify their goals and strive to reach them.  She has three children and spends most of her free time attending their extra-curricular activities and sporting events.


 

 

Abigail French, M.S.

LPA, Counselor and Women's Center Director

Abigail K. French is currently the Director of the Women's Center at Murray State University. She provides programming on campus concerning issues such as: sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking, eating disorders, and social justice issues. In addition to programming, Mrs. French provides individual counseling to Murray State students, faculty, and staff. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in organizational communication and psychology and Master's of Science degree in clinical psychology from Murray State University.

 



Allyson Taylor, M.A.

LPA, Counselor

Allyson graduated from the MSU Clinical Psychology Master’s program. She has received specialized training and experience with working with sexual trauma survivors and veterans. Allyson also enjoys integrating mindfulness into her work and personal life and is a yoga teacher in her spare time. She is an animal lover and has a certified therapy dog, Digby. Allyson’s personal interests include being in nature, traveling and being adventurous, reading, and spending time with friends and family.

 


Sarah Kerrick, Psy. D.

 LPCC, Counselor

Sarah has been at MSU since Spring 2010, but she has been a counselor since 2000.  Her professional interests include helping students experience success in college and in life, working with issues in women's psychology, relationships with food, spirituality and positive coping, and strength-based personal development.  Her personal interests include being outside in all types of weather, creek exploring, table games, mystery shows, food, family, and friends.

 


Jennifer Taylor, M.S.

 LPCC, Counselor


Jennifer Taylor is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. She graduated with a Bachelor of Professional Studies - Psychodramatic Counseling, and a Rehabilitation Counseling Master’s Degree both from the University of Memphis. Her specialty is helping students manage anxiety. Her desire is to help people discover what they really want in life and help them find ways to achieve it. She has been a counselor at Murray State University since 2006. Jennifer enjoys playing and listening to music, cooking, gardening, and spending time with her family.

 

 

Jeff Watson, M.S.

 LPA, Counselor

Jwff graduated from the MSU Clinical Psychology Master's program. His professional interest include depression, self-injury, and the existential dilemmas we all face. In his personal time he enjoys exploring wooded areas, reading, and cooking.



Zebreina Patterson,

 Testing Center Supervisor


Zebreina has a BS from MSU in Radio/TV.  She has been an administrative assistant for over 30 years and has worked at MSU for over 5 years.  She is a single mom to a busy 13-year-old boy and loves classic movies, music, reading, and gardening.


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