Meet Our Staff

Each clinician is trained to assess and treat a wide variety of concerns, although some staff have particular areas of expertise. Clinicians also are available to consult on a variety of issues affecting student growth and development. If you are a new client and would like to meet with a specific clinician, you may request her or him. However, the first available appointment may be with a different provider. In that case, you would have a longer wait time for your first appointment.

Administrative Staff

Carvella A. Hudson
Executive Administrative Assistant

Tierra F. Major
Prevention and Outreach Program Coordinator

Clinical Staff

Emilia K. Petrillo, LCSW-C
Executive Director of Student Counseling Center, Educational Support and Disability Services, and Wellness Hub
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
BSW, Skidmore College (N.Y.)
MSW, Columbia University (N.Y.)
Addictions Specialist: Adelphi University (N.Y.) and South Oaks Institute (N.Y.)
Professional interests: Counseling administration and promotion of mental health, multicultural counseling, men's issues, LGBTQIA+ sexual and gender identity concerns, social justice and empowerment, women of color experiences and Latina(o) Americans experiences, family of origin concerns
Theoretical orientation: Psychodynamic, multicultural, CBT, interpersonal process, mindfulness, and acceptance
Additional language: Spanish

Jenna Silverman, PhD
Clinical Director of Student Counseling Center, Licensed Psychologist
BA, Grinnell College
PhD, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Professional interests: Interpersonal relationship concerns, body image and eating disorders, emotional regulation, multicultural and diversity awareness, cognitive therapy, group psychotherapy

Marquette Turner, PhD
Staff Psychologist/Training Director, Licensed Psychologist
BA, University of Virginia
PhD, Temple University
Professional interests: Anxiety, depression, life transitions, stress management, interpersonal relationship concerns
Theoretical orientation: Cognitive and behavioral approaches, integrative approaches

Cassandra (Cassie) Moon, PsyD
Staff Psychologist/Outreach Director, Licensed Psychologist
BS, University of Cincinnati
PsyD, Hawaii School of Professional Psychology of Argosy University
Professional interests: Life transitions, LGBTQIA* issues, social justice and advocacy, trauma, stress management, emotion regulation, and interpersonal concerns
Theoretical orientation: Psychodynamic, integrative, multicultural, existential, person-centered, mindfulness, and dialectal-behavioral

Patricia Attman, MD
BA, Goucher College, Baltimore
MD, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Residency: Psychiatry, University of Maryland School of Medicine
Professional interests: Psychopharmacology, neurobehavioral science, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, women’s issues, integrative health care 

Sharen Bisson, MD
BA, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
MD, University of maryland School of Medicine
Residency: Psychiatry, Johns Hopkins University
Professional interests: Psychopharmacology, mood disorders, anxiety disorders