Senior Counseling Staff
Scott Miller, Ph.D., UCC Director
Brittany Stewart, Ph.D., Clinical Services Director
Dr. Brittany Stewart received her B.S. and M.S. in psychology and Community Counseling, respectively, from Southwestern Oklahoma State University and her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from The University of Kansas. Dr. Stewart has trained and/or worked in multiple settings including inpatient and outpatient community mental health centers, the VA, and in several University Counseling Centers. Dr. Stewart is passionate about working with college students as they navigate transitions to and through college. Her clinical interests include identity development, treatment of mood, anxiety and trauma related conditions, and supporting the mental health needs of first-generation college students. Dr. Stewart strives to create a therapeutic space that is inclusive, warm, supportive, and rooted in cultural humility while encouraging and therapeutically challenging clients to work toward attaining the growth they desire while navigating the multitude of stressors they will encounter during their college experiences.
Sheena Mehta, Ph.D., Oklahoma Health Consortium Training Director, Assessment Coordinator, Staff Psychologist
School Psychology, PhD, Fordham University
Therapeutic Interventions, MSE, Fordham University
Child Development, MS, Institute of Education
Psychology and Neuroscience, BS, University of Manchester
Sheena is a Licensed Health Service Psychologist with a commitment to helping clients achieve their therapeutic goals and improve their psychological well being, whilst providing a safe and inclusive environment. Her past experience includes working with children, adolescents, and adults in a variety of settings providing individual, group, and family counseling services; psychological evaluations; outreach; and consultation with other professional agencies. Examples of past settings include private practice, private and public schools, inpatient and outpatient hospital settings, and a non profit supportive housing site. She has experience and interest in working with marginalized and underrepresented populations, including the LGBTQIA+ community, BIPOC individuals, and first generation students.
Sheena enjoys providing counseling services to clients, as well as psychological assessments and evaluations, and supervision to trainees. She aims to provide a warm and engaging therapeutic experience, with a gentle yet direct approach. Sheena strives to be supportive and empathic, and provide honest feedback when collaborating with clients to facilitate meaningful changes they are seeking, and foster self exploration and growth. She uses an integrated and personalized approach to best suit the needs of the client using aspects of CBT, DBT, ACT, psychodynamic principles, and IPT. Sheena has worked with clients on a wide range of presenting concerns, such as mood disorders, navigating life transitions, traumas and challenges, and building healthy and rewarding relationships. Areas of clinical interest include anxiety and mood disorders, academic interventions, adjustment and transition issues, and navigating interpersonal relationships. Sheena currently facilitates anxiety group counseling for campus members at the UCC.
Sheena is committed to our training program with the Oklahoma Health Consortium and greatly enjoys working with our doctoral interns, Master’s interns, and doctoral practicum students. She implements an integrated, flexible, and personalized approach to suit supervisees, including aspects of person-centered and strengths-based supervision. She enjoys working with supervisees to facilitate their growth towards training goals, broaden their depth of clinical experience and competency, and encourage development of their unique professional identity as a clinician.
Justin Wyckoff, Ph.D., Staff Psychologist
Psychology, BA, Oklahoma State University
Community Counseling, MEd, University of Oklahoma
Counseling Psychology, PhD, University of Oklahoma
Providing counseling services has been the focus of both my training and career as a psychologist. And though I have worked in a variety of settings including, I have found the experience of supporting clients through university counseling centers to be the most rewarding and exciting. At the UCC, I work with clients who present with a diverse range of concerns including mood disorders, anxiety disorders, navigating life transitions and relationships changes, identity, and trauma. Regardless of the reasons bringing clients to counseling, I seek to provide an empathic, collaborative therapy experience emphasizing the development of a deep understanding of client identities with a commitment to facilitating personally meaningful change, growth, and knowledge of self.
I also have an interest in supporting the development of psychology trainees at all levels through supervision and didactic trainings. My approach to supervision is largely influenced by the Integrated Developmental Model of Delworth, Stoltenberg, and McNeill. As a supervisor, I endeavor to build a supportive and understanding supervisory relationship that includes honest, developmentally appropriate feedback grounded an understanding of each trainee’s personal strengths and areas for development and their personal training goals. I would describe my own theoretical orientation as rooted in cognitive perspectives though integrative in nature using aspects of CBT, ACT, MI, DBT, and IPT. However, I enjoy discussing clinical conceptualizations and approaches to intervention from a variety of perspectives and aim to support trainees in developing their own perspectives and orientations.
David Chissoe, Ed.D., LPC, Staff Counselor, Practicum/Masters Internship Coordinator
I received my BA in Psychology and my MEd in Community Counseling from the University of Central Oklahoma and my EdD in Higher Education from Oklahoma State University. I have been a Licensed Professional Counselor since 1997 and have worked as a counselor and program director in community mental health, public education, and higher education. My career has focused on meeting people where they are and helping them find academic, personal, and interpersonal success. I strive to create a warm, safe, and supportive counseling environment where people feel open to work on the issues that are of concern to them. My main counseling areas of interest are building strong relationships, navigating through transitions, reducing stress, and improving overall emotional wellness.
Ann Smith, LPC, Staff Counselor
M.S. Clinical Mental Health Counseling, University of Wisconsin-Stout
B.A. Psychology, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Ann is a native of Wisconsin, where she completed her degrees before relocating to Oklahoma. As an undergraduate, she attended the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Women and Gender Studies. Ann then attended the University of Wisconsin-Stout where she earned a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a focus on the treatment of eating disorders. She completed her graduate internship in a university counseling setting. Ann worked in outpatient and inpatient settings prior to joining the UCC in 2019. Ann uses a person-centered approach to therapy, addressing concerns related to depression, anxiety, disordered eating, body image, trauma and abuse, gender identity, sexual orientation, life transitions, wellness, and coping and self-care.