Meet Our Staff
Rée LeBlanc Gunter, Ph.D.
Dr. Gunter is a clinical psychologist. She received her Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in Psychology from The Pennsylvania State University.
Dr. Gunter has experiences working in community outpatient clinics, private practice and university counseling centers. Dr. Gunter’s areas of special interests are multicultural counseling, as well as consultation and outreach.
Anna Karashik, LCSW
Ms. Karashik is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who received a Master’s degree in Social Work from New York University. Before transitioning into social work, she received a bachelor’s degree in Management Information Technology from Fordham University. She has worked in academic, inpatient, and outpatient settings. Ms. Karashik specializes in Dialectical Behavior Therapy. Her professional interests are anxiety, trauma, and gender and sexuality issues.
Carolyn Dennett, Psy.D.
Dr. Dennett is a clinical psychologist. She received a master’s degree in counseling from the University of Rochester and her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology. She has worked in hospital, outpatient, and university settings. Her professional interests include women’s issues, psychoeducational programming and providing therapy to young adults as they navigate through developmental milestones in their lives.
Tracey Dolan, LCSW
Ms. Dolan is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She received her Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work from Columbia University. She has worked in the greater Danbury community in various mental health and substance abuse settings including crisis intervention, inpatient, outpatient and residential treatment facilities with youth, adolescents and adults. Ms. Dolan has a special interest in depression, addiction, grief and loss.
Ms. Donnelly has been a member of the university community since 1993. Her experience here at the university has well prepared her for the challenges and intricacies of working with sensitive and confidential student issues. Her administrative and interpersonal skills lend to the difficult task of managing high volume phone calls, walk-ins, and emergency situations that arise in the office. She is able to communicate effectively and sensitively to students in distress and quickly directs the student to the help they need.