Doctoral Co-Directors
jeremy_goshorn.jpgJeremy Goshorn, M.S. - Clinical Director

Jeremy is a third-year doctoral student (Ph.D. in Counselor Education & Supervision) at William & Mary. Jeremy completed his master's in College Counseling at Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania. Jeremy's clinical experience includes family therapy, individual, grief and loss, and addictions counseling. His current research includes Meaning and Purpose in Life, Hope in Addictions Treatment, and Existential themes. Jeremy enjoys meeting new families, finding their strengths, care, and love for each other, and working jointly to reach counseling goals. If you would like services from New Horizons, please give us a call at 757-221-2363.  


Leila Warraich, M.S., NCC leila_warraich.png

Leila is a second-year doctoral student (Ph.D. in Counselor Education & Supervision) at William & Mary. She completed her master's in Counseling from Johns Hopkins University. Leila's clinical experiences include working with children, families, adults, and college students. Her research interests include exploring barriers of marginalized groups in seeking mental health treatment and understanding the accompanying stigma. Leila looks forward to meeting new families and helping them achieve their goals.

Doctoral Level Staff
Nancy Chae, M.S., LCPC (MD), NCC, NCSC

Nancy is a third-year doctoral student in the Counselor Education & Supervision program at William & Mary. She is a licensed clinical professional counselor in Maryland, and a national certified counselor and national certified school counselor. She earned her BA from the University of Virginia, and MS in School Counseling and PMC in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Johns Hopkins University. Nancy previously worked as a school counselor in Baltimore City. She enjoys supporting PreK-12 students and families, especially those from underrepresented populations. 

Shuhui Fan, M.S., NCC

Fan is a third-year doctoral student in Counselor Education & Supervision program at William & Mary. She received her B.S. in Applied Psychology from Southwestern University in China and M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Syracuse University. Fan's clinical work experience includes working in a school, a mental health agency, a substance abuse agency, and an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) company. Her research interests include multicultural counseling, multicultural supervision, and counselor education and globalization.


Masters Level Staff


Allison Dukes, B.S.allison_dukes.jpg

Allison is a second-year Master's student in the Couples, Marriage, and Family Counseling Program at William & Mary. She graduated in 2018 from the Pennsylvania State University with her B.S. in Psychology; there, she did research with Dr. Castonguay's lab regarding the Center for Collegiate Mental Health (CCMH), a Practice-Research-Network encompassing over 500 colleges across the country. At the practicum level, she worked with both William & Mary students and Williamsburg community clients on their substance use. In addition, Allison co-facilitated a substance use counseling group with female inmates at the Virginia Peninsula Regional Jail. Allison is interested in learning more about trauma-informed care and working with LGBTQ+ families. After graduation, she hopes to further her education to learn more about the LGBTQ+ population, intersectionality, and women's studies.

colin_cross.jpgColin Cross, B.A.

Colin is a second-year Master’s student in the Couples, Marriage, and Family Counseling program at William & Mary. He earned his B.A. in Psychology from William & Mary in 2014. Before starting his Master’s, he volunteered with a preschool to work with kids and further his understanding of early childhood developmental psychology. At the practicum-level, Colin worked in a rural CSB providing services to families and individuals. He is a vocal advocate for creating trauma-informed systems in all communities and is interested in working with families, couples, and individuals through a systemic lens to support and foster healthy attachments, promoting social and emotional growth and connectedness. 

Michelle Morel, B.A.michelle_morel.png

Michelle is a second year student in the Couples, Marriage & Family counseling program at William & Mary. Prior, Michelle graduated from the University of Kentucky with a B.A. in Psychology in 2018; while there, she participated in research concerning developmental processes; and volunteered to help comfort families while members underwent surgeries at UK’s hospital.  Additionally, Michelle has been a nanny for the past ten years, working with kids aged from infancy to adolescence. At the practicum level, Michelle worked with families through intensive in-home therapy; she enjoys working with families and adolescents on promoting healthy communication styles and unity within the family. After graduation, Michelle hopes to develop her counseling understanding through continuing her education and working.

peyton_lassiter.jpgPeyton Lassiter, B.A., CPhT

Peyton came to William and Mary’s Couple, Marriage, and Family Counseling graduate program seeking to combine his healthcare career with his liberal arts education.  He completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Richmond while working full time in a hospital pharmacy, where he worked for over a decade. Peyton is interested in the diverse ways people experience the world, informed by his study of languages, culture, music, biology and spirituality.  He approaches family counseling with a focus on relationship, communication, and direct experience—finding the good in each other.  After graduation he plans to work with people and families experiencing grief, chronic illness, and interpersonal conflict.

taylor_kracht.jpgTaylor Kracht, B.S.

Taylor is a second year Master's student in the Couples, Marriage, and Family Counseling program at William & Mary. Taylor graduated with a B.S. in Psychology from Roanoke College. In her undergraduate years, she worked with a special needs child in child care and has had other experience with childcare throughout her life. During her last undergraduate year Taylor volunteered at Salvation Army’s Women’s Shelter for Domestic Abuse, participating in their group counseling. At the practicum level, Taylor worked with children with anxiety and those whose parents were going through a divorce. She has a passion for working with couples and families.