Faculty Director: Daniel Gutierrez, Ph.D., LPC, LMHC (FL), NCC
Daniel Gutierrez is an Assistant Professor in the Counseling Department at William & Mary. He has extensive experience in the fields of addictions and mental health counseling, with an emphasis on developing services for underserved and vulnerable populations. He serves as the coordinator of the Addictions Counseling emphasis for the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program and as the faculty director of the New Leaf Clinic.
Founding Faculty Director: Charles F. Gressard, Ph.D., LPC, LSATP, LMFT
Charles F. Gressard is the Chancellor Professor in the Counseling Department at William & Mary. He has over 40 years of experience in the field of addictions counseling and counselor education. In 1993, Dr. Gressard came to William & Mary where he developed the Addictions Counseling emphasis for the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Master's program and directed the William & Mary Addictions Clinic for seven years.
Doctoral Student Co-Director: Clay Martin, M.S., NCC, LAPC
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Doctoral Student Co-Director: Victor E. Tuazon, M.A., LPC, NCC
Victor is a doctoral candidate (Ph.D. in Counselor Education & Supervision) at William & Mary and a Licensed Professional Counselor in Virginia. He received his B.S. in Psychology (minor in family studies) from James Madison University and his M.A. in Counseling from Regent University. His clinical and research interests include international counseling, trauma, addictions, and grief/loss. Victor's clinical experiences include addictions counseling, international trauma counseling, family counseling, couples counseling, intensive in-home counseling and therapeutic day treatment with at-risk youth and their families, non-profit outpatient counseling, mandated group counseling with domestic violence perpetrators and shoplifters, mandated and voluntary anger management group counseling for youth and adults, re-entry programs for the incarcerated, and working as a school counselor intern at an elementary and middle school.
Clinical Services & Research Coordinator: Brittany Sesek
Brittany Sesek is a second year Master's student in the Clinical Mental Health & Addictions Counseling program. She is a Hampton native who earned her B.S. in Psychology at Old Dominion University. Her counseling interests include treating those with substance abuse issues. She is excited to be a part of William and Mary and pursue this opportunity with other