Casiana Warfield, B.A.
Information: Casiana is a graduate trainee in the process of completing her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Eastern Michigan University. She received her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Psychological Science and Interpersonal Relations from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana in 2015. Casiana has previous experience working with a variety of psychological presentations in a community mental health setting in Ypsilanti, Michigan. In addition, she was an undergraduate intern in a domestic violence shelter in Indiana. Her clinical interests include: trauma, the impact of culture on relationships, other relationship distress, sexual and gender identity concerns, anxiety, depression, and vocational issues. Casiana identifies as a feminist and is thus invested in equal access to and quality of mental health services for all persons including the entire spectrum of racial/ethnic, gender, sexual, and religious/spiritual identity. In her free time, Casiana enjoys live music, travel, playing piano and singing, Netflix, and cuddling with her two dogs and kitten.
Kate Hibbard-Gibbons, M.A.
Information: Kate Hibbard-Gibbons identifies as a bi-racial female and her pronouns are she, her, and hers. She is currently working on her second year as a graduate trainee at Albion and is currently in her 4th year of her doctoral degree in counseling psychology at Western Michigan University. She received her undergraduate degree in psychology from Washington State University and a master’s degree in clinical psychology from University of Dayton. She has three years of experience working in a college counseling setting. She views counseling as a place where a person can come to be their true and authentic self and share their story. Counseling is most effective when the client and therapist work collaboratively to meet the client’s personal goals. Additionally, she believes that cultural context (e.g., race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, location of upbringing) is a significant part of who a person is and influences how the person interact with others. Her clinical interests include identity related concerns (e.g., sexual, racial, gender), depression, anxiety, issues around eating and body image, family and other relationship concerns, transition and adjustment, and applied sports psychology, specifically focusing on collegiate student athletes. Her other interests include competitive running, reading, nutrition, fitness, and cooking.