Student Counseling Professional Staff
The compassionate staff of the Saint Louis University Counseling Services Center are ready to assist you. We offer many services to the SLU Community and are happy to offer consultations, answer questions, and provide direction. Our staff come from robust and diverse backgrounds, making us highly qualfied and competent to treat most student mental health problems.
Dr. Robert Poirier, Psy.D., is a clinical psychologist who earned his doctoral degree from George Washington University. His clinical background centers on counseling, psychological testing, and assessment. Dr. Poirier is the Assistant Director of Student Health and Counseling.
Meredith Osborn, LPC, NCC, CRPS graduated from Southern Illinois University with an undergraduate degree in psychology. She completed a master's degree in Human Development Counseling at the University of Illinois. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Illinois and Missouri, a Certified Substance Abuse Prevention Professional (Missouri), and a Nationally Certified Counselor. She has been Student Health and Counseling since 2006. Meredith has expertise with addictions, personality and eating disorders, as well as other serious mental health problems. She is currently Chair of the Midtown Coalition, Advisor to SHAPE, Active Minds and the ResponsiBilliken athletic peer mentors, and Co-Chair of the Wellness Initiative at SLU. She enjoys spending time with her son, coaching t-ball, and teaching Glokick and spin classes at her local gym.
Jessica Dyer, MSW, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker who earned a Masters of Social Work at Washington University in Saint Louis. Before coming to SLU, she worked at the YWCA Saint Louis Regional Sexual Assault Center providing crisis intervention, individual and group therapy to adult and adolescent sexual abuse survivors and their families. She has experience treating anxiety, depression, grief/loss, divorce, relationship issues, trauma, domestic violence, sexual violence, PTSD, gender and LGBT issues, and life transition challenges. She uses an eclectic approach to treatment and believes everyone is unique; thus, treatment should be tailored to fit each person's needs. She is passionate about working with people to help them achieve their goals of healing and freedom.
Dr. Rod Hoevet, Psy.D. is a clinical psychologist and has worked at Student Counseling since 2012. He received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Master of Science from Loyola University in Maryland, and his Doctor of Psychology degree from the University of Denver. He has worked with inpatient, outpatient, college student, and inmate populations, as well as written articles and given professional presentations. Dr. Hoevet teaches undergraduate and graduate psychology courses and provides clinical supervision to advanced students, including the Student Counseling Graduate Assistants.
Stacie Newberry, MSW, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker who graduated from Saint Louis University with her Master's in Social Work in 2000. Prior to coming to Student Health and Counseling, she spent several years working with active duty military members, veterans, and their dependents at Scott Air Force Base in the Mental Health Clinic. She has experience working with adjustment issues, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, trauma, and PTSD.
Jay Winig, MSW, LCSW, CRADC has provided individual and group therapy, as well as support services at Student Health and Counseling since 2008. He received his Masters of Social Work from the University of South Florida and has been a licensed clinical social worker for 19 years. He is also a certified substance abuse counselor. Jay recently graduated from the Advanced Psychodynamic Psychotherapy program at the Saint Louis Psychoanalytic Institute and is currently enrolled in the Child and Adolescent Psychodynamic Program. He has also received extensive training in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) as well as in other clinical modalities.Jay believes in close collaboration with his patients to help them achieve their desired outcomes. He has practiced in South Florida, New York City, and St. Louis. He has worked with young fathers, HIV positive men, college students, and many emotional issues. He has presented locally and nationally on issues unique to young fathers, substance abuse, and college mental health.
2013-2014 Graduate Student Assistants
Jeane Bosch, MPH is a doctoral student in clinical psychology at Saint Louis University and has a Master's degree in Public Health. She has experience working with sexual assault survivors and veterans suffering from posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) through her work at the San Francisco VA Medical Center. She is supervised by Dr. Hoevet.
Toni Maraldo, BA is in her second year of the clinical psychology doctoral program at Saint Louis University. She earned her bachelor's degree in psychology from Butler University in Indianapolis, IN. Her clinical and research interests include eating disorders, substance abuse, depression, and trauma. She is supervised by Dr. Hoevet.
2013-2014 SHARP Facilitators
John Cichy, B.A, is in the Master of Social Work program at SLU and is slated to graduate in 2015. HIs concentration is health and mental health with a specialization in community mental health practice. He completed his Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Public Relations at Fontbonne University in 1987. He received a Certificate of Proficiency in Addiction Studies in 2012 from Saint Louis Community College-Meramec. He enjoys cycling, yoga, kick-boxing, sand volleyball, and camping.
Ashley Rosborough, B.A. is in the Master of Social Work program at SLU and is slated to graduate in December 2015. Her concentration is health and mental health services with a particular interest in mental health counseling. She received her BA in Psychology in 2011 from Greenville College in Greenville, Illinois where she graduated cum laude. She enjoys live music, reading satire, playing Scrabble, camping, going to the lake, and spending time with family and friends.
Shontay Kimmins, BS is a Senior Patient Care Coordinator at Student Health and Counseling, where she has been working since 2006. She received the Team Spirit Award in 2010 for her invaluable contributions to the Student Health and Counseling Services department. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Hospitality and Tourism Management from Harris-Stowe State College. She is a Saint Louis native, a mother to two children, coaches cheerleading, and coordinates bridal and other events around the area.
Saint Louis University Student Health and Counseling Services
3520 Laclede Avenue, Marchetti Towers East
Saint Louis, Missouri 63103