Sarah Fletcher, M.S. (she/her)
Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate
Health At Every Size (HAES®) provider
Sarah has been helping students navigate college since 2014. Students are diverse and complex individuals with a wide array of concerns that impact their academic success and well-being. Sarah utilizes a holistic approach to counseling that looks deeper to address root causes and barriers to success. She believes students are the best experts on themselves and will encourage students to draw on their strengths to achieve their goals.
Areas of Focus: student success skills, adjusting to college, anxiety, athletes, disordered eating, body image.
M.S. Nutrition and Clinical Health Psychology | Bastyr University, 2020
B.S. Kinesiology; Pre-Healthcare | Western Washington University, 2017
Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate | Washington State Department of Health, 2020
Certified Nutritionist | Washington State Department of Health, 2020
Amy Hersh, M.A. (she/they)
Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate
Amy aims to provide a grounded and authentic presence to support clients of all identities navigating anxiety, depression, transitions, relational challenges, identity, trauma, and academic and career challenges. She is LGBTQIA2S+, disability, and neurodivergence affirming, and brings a shame-free, strengths-based, and anti-oppression lens to her counseling work. Amy works from an intersectional feminist and person-centered foundation, and integrates somatic, mindfulness, and eco-therapy approaches.
Areas of Focus: LGBTQIA2S+, neurodivergence, identity, anxiety, depression, trauma
M.A. Clinical Mental Health Counseling | Antioch University Seattle, 2022
Certificate in Eco-therapies | Lewis and Clark College, 2022
B.A. Environmental Studies | University of Washington Seattle, 2014
Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate | Washington State Department of Health, 2022
Gwyn Hoffman-Robinson, Ph.D. (she/her)
Full-Time Tenured Faculty
Counseling Center Faculty Program Coordinator
Gwyn has been working with college and university students since 2005. Gwyn’s counseling approach is integrative with a focus on interpersonal, client-centered, and cognitive-behavioral modalities and reflects her belief that increased knowledge of self leads to personal growth and meaningful change. Gwyn believes counseling should reflect the individual needs of each student and should be respectful and inclusive of diverse backgrounds and experiences.
Areas of Focus: college student mental health, student success skills, career exploration, relational concerns.
Ph.D. Clinical Psychology | Seattle Pacific University, 2011
M.A. Clinical Psychology (Marriage and Family Emphasis) | Pepperdine University, 2003
B.S. Psychology | University of Washington, 1999
Approved Clinical Supervisor | State of Washington, 2016
Licensed Psychologist | Washington State Department of Health, 2012
Megan Schuster, M.A. (she/her)
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Megan’s theoretical orientation draws from multiple, diverse therapeutic modalities such as art therapy, client centered, and cognitive theories. Megan believes that everyone possesses a unique story and deserves an opportunity to feel safe, understood and cared about. It is an important goal for Megan to provide such a space for people to feel supported while focusing on a client’s specific needs, experiences, growth and transformation.
Areas of Focus: art therapy, anxiety and depression, trauma.
M.A. Clinical Mental Health Counseling | Antioch University, 2020
B.A. Psychology | Temple University, 2015
Licensed Mental Health Counselor | Washington State Department of Health, 2021
John Strom, M.S. (he/him)
John is a clinical psychology doctoral student in his final year of training at Seattle Pacific University. He has a passion for working with individuals as they navigate major life changes. He grounds his approach to therapy in an evidence-based cognitive behavioral framework that incorporates aspects of ecological systems theory and solution focused therapy. He emphasizes the importance of behavioral change as a mechanism for change in other areas of life, and believes the best therapies are collaboratively tailored to each individual; taking what works and leaving the rest. His goal is to be a strong ally as you navigate life’s changes and challenges.
Areas of Focus: neurodiversity, depression, anxiety, executive skill development.
M.S. Clinical Psychology | Seattle Pacific University, 2022
B.A. Psychology | University of California - Riverside, 2015
Carrie Cutler (she/her)
Customer Service Specialist
Carrie is excited to be working with students as a customer service specialist in the counseling center. Previously, Carrie has worked with college students as a Peer Health Educator at Eastern Washington University. Carrie has enjoyed getting to know the campus and Shoreline community and is looking forward to helping students connect with all the resources Shoreline has to offer.
B.S. Public Health | Eastern Washington University, 2018