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Doctoral Co-Directors

Leila Warraich, M.S., NCC

Leila is a third-year doctoral candidate (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. She is also interested in matters of spirituality in family work as well. Leila looks forward to meeting new families and helping them achieve their goals. 

Kaitlin Hinchey, LPC, M.Ed.

Kaitlin has practiced as a family therapist in central and southeastern Virginia since 2016 for a variety of programs including Functional Family Therapy, Intensive In-Home, Mental Health Skill Building, and Virtual Residential. Kaitlin's therapeutic experience includes working with young children and adolescents experiencing behavioral problems at home and in school, families involved with the juvenile justice system, adult clients in need of career and life-skills training, and clients in need of Spanish language mental health services. Kaitlin worked as a counseling intern at New Horizons while earning her Master's in Family Counseling degree at William & Mary and is excited to have the opportunity to continue working with the clinic as she pursues her Ph.D. in Counselor Education.

Doctoral Level Staff
Aiesha LeeAiesha Lee, M.A., NCC

Aiesha is a second-year doctoral student (Ph.D. in Counselor Education & Supervision) at William & Mary. She is a licensed associate counselor in New Jersey and a national certified counselor. Aiesha earned her Bachelor's in Psychology from Montclair State University and completed her master’s in Counseling, with a concentration in marriage and family therapy at The College of New Jersey. Aiesha’s clinical experiences include working with children, families, and adults in a community clinic. Her research interests include multicultural counseling and trauma-informed care. Aiesha is passionate about helping families communicate with each other and strengthen their bonds.

Philippa Chin, M.Ed., NCCStandard File

Philippa is a doctoral student (Ph.D. in Counselor Education & Supervision), a national certified counselor (NCC) and a licensed resident in marriage and family therapy at a private counseling practice in the northeastern Hampton Roads area. Philippa has clinical experience in telehealth and face to face therapy that includes addictions support groups, trauma-focused therapy, co-parenting, couples and family workshops. She earned her M.Ed. at William & Mary where she was enrolled in the Couples, Marriage and Family Counseling program and served as an intern at the New Horizons Family Counseling Center. Philippa’s research interests include exploring the development of racial identity within the individual and the multiracial family.

Master's Level Staff
Morgan Sawyer, B.A. 

Morgan is a second-year Master's student in the Couples, Marriage, and Family Counseling Program at William & Mary. She earned her B.A. in Communication Studies from the University of North Texas in 2017; while at UNT she was an intern at the Make-A-Wish foundation, worked at a children's nursery, and was introduced to systematic perspectives. After that, she made the move to Virginia and spent a year and a half working at a resource center and shelter for victims and survivors of sexual and domestic violence where her interest in societal systems and familial cycles grew. She continues to study and advocate for trauma survivors and breaking harmful familial cycles. After graduation, she plans to work towards her LPC and LMFT while working in a community service, non-profit setting.

Kiley Overstreet, B.A.

Kiley is a second-year Master's student in the Couples, Marriage, and Family Counseling program at William & Mary. Kiley completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Virginia. In her undergraduate years, she worked with the Curry School of Education’s Young Women Leaders Program as a Facilitator to promote leadership in middle school-aged women in the community, and to provide interactive lessons that addressed a variety of emotional and academic concerns. After graduating, she served as a College Adviser through the University of Virginia and AmeriCorps to assist local high school students and their families plan for life after high school. At the practicum level, Kiley worked with middle school students on a variety of emotional and academic concerns, and co-led a small counseling group on resiliency and managing anxiety in school. After graduating from William & Mary, Kiley hopes to continue developing her counseling skills through continuing her education and working with families.

Jennifer Twilley, B.S.

Jennifer Twilley is a second-year student in the Couples, Marriage, and Family counseling program. After graduating with her BS in 2009, she worked as an investigator for Child Protective Services for the State of Oklahoma. For much of her career, Jennifer worked with teenagers involved in the criminal justice system and their families, most recently with Veteran and military families as well as those that are chronically homeless. Jennifer has a passion for the intricacies of the micro-culture of the non-traditional family. During practicum, Jennifer has led groups and individual sessions for Bon Secours Crisis inpatient psychiatric units. During her program here at William & Mary, she will be adding training and experience for families dealing with substance use. After graduation, Jennifer plans on continuing her education in trauma, as well as emotion-focused research and movement-based modalities.

Emily Schlosberg, B.A.

Emily is a second-year Master’s level student on the Couples, Marriage, and Family track. She received her B.A. in Psychology and Sociology from Sweet Briar College. She had the opportunity to work with families in an intensive in-home setting during her practicum and is looking forward to being able to work with families in the clinic.



Standard FileRocky Granum, B.S.

Rocky is a second-year student in the Couples, Marriage, and Family Program. After graduating with his B.S. in Mass Communications from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2014, Rocky worked at advertising agencies in Boston and New York City. Outside of advertising, he worked as a substitute teacher in Fairfax County and as a Big Brother with Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City, where he developed his interest in assisting children and teenagers with low confidence and self-belief. Rocky spent his practicum in Mechanicsville at Triple Willow Mental Health utilizing Adlerian Theory to build encouragement and self-confidence in a variety of clients. He currently works as a graduate assistant at William & Mary's Cohen Career Center, where he focuses on preparing students for mentally adjusting to life after college. After graduation, Rocky hopes to assist parents in building their children's self-efficacy and independence.