Meet Our Staff
Linda (Lindy) S. Reymann, PhD, LCPC, RN
Assistant Vice President of the Wellness Center
Dr. Reymann completed her PhD in Pastoral Counseling from Loyola University in Maryland May 2010. Currently she is the first director of the Wellness Center, which opened in the fall 2006. She has overseen the daily operation of the center's health and counseling services with a passion for holistic health promotion. In addition to being a registered nurse (RN), Dr. Reymann is a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC) and a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC). She is a member of the American College Health Association (ACHA), American Counseling Association (ACA), Association for University and College Counseling Center Directors (AUCCCD).
Tracy Turner, MSN, FNP-C
Assistant Director & Nurse Practitioner
Tracy is a board certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She received her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Notre Dame of Maryland University and her master’s degree from Chamberlain University. Tracy has experience in intensive Care, pre-operative and post-operative care, complex medical and trauma care management, cardiac catherization, internal medicine and gastroenterology.
Tracy is nationally certified in critical care and cardiac medicine and is an active member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. She is dedicated to providing quality care to students with a focus on health education, overall well-being and accountability regarding their healthcare choices.
Sally Bonefas, PsyD
Dr. Sally Bonefas, a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, joined Stevenson's Wellness Center in February 2013. Prior to joining SU, she worked at Drexel University's Office of Counseling and Health, providing individual psychotherapy and supervising pre-doctoral psychology trainees. She completed a post-doctoral fellowship in Clinical Psychology at College of Charleston Counseling and Substance Abuse Services, and a pre-doctoral internship at Rowan University Counseling and Psychological Services. She earned her M.Ed. in School Counseling at Loyola College Maryland and her Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology at Immaculata University.
Dr. Bonefas's professional interests include family of origin issues, identity development, interpersonal relationship dynamics, and mood disorders. She enjoys helping students navigate adjustment issues, interpersonal relationships, and family concerns, as well as strengthening coping skills and resiliency.
Colleen Mulcahey, Psy.D.
Dr. Mulcahey joined Stevenson’s Wellness Center in September 2019. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Saint Bonaventure University, and her Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Northeastern University. She recently completed her doctoral degree from Chatham University with a Psy.D. in Counseling Psychology after finishing her internship at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte and post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Rhode Island.
Dr. Mulcahey has experience across a range of clinical settings, but enjoys working with young adults as they transition into the next stage of their lives. Her professional interests include building healthy interpersonal relationships, identity development, anxiety, substance use, and self-care.
Dr. Tammi Davis, MD
Dr. Davis is a Board Certified Family Physician who has been in clinical practice in Maryland since 1990. Dr. Davis has extensive experience working with adolescents and young adults in the College Healthcare setting. Encouraging the students to take responsibility for their own health and teaching them habits that will keep them safe and healthy is her goal. She also sees students at the Goucher College Health Center as well as the Towson University Health Center, and joined the Stevenson Community in 2007.
Sudin Thomas, MSN, FNP-BC
Family Nurse Practitioner
Sudin Thomas, a board certified Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP), joined the Wellness Center in January 2018. She obtained her Bachelor's degree in nursing from The University of Illinois at Chicago. Sudin received her Master's and is currently finishing up her PhD in nursing at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. Sudin has worked in trauma/emergency medicine for five years at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, and the University of Maryland Medical Center. She has also worked at a busy walk-in health clinic for two years and has taught undergraduate and graduate nursing courses. Sudin believes that it is important to educate college students to be responsible for their health and wellbeing as they transition from pediatric care to adult health.
Brian M. Siegel, MD
Dr. Siegel has been a psychiatric consultant to the Wellness Center since 2009. He has been in private practice in Towson, MD for 23 years and has had experience with college health consultation since 2003. He earned his BS degree in psychology at Duke University. In 1982, he received his medical degree from the University of Maryland at Baltimore, where he then completed an internship in pediatrics, residency in general psychiatry, and fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry. He is Board Certified in General Psychiatry and in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and is a Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. Dr. Siegel has had experience in many different clinical settings, but since 1987 has most enjoyed private practice with child, teen, and young adult populations, particularly those with attention, mood, and anxiety problems. He is especially concerned that students understand their emotional health needs and that they integrate a variety of treatment approaches into their lives of increasing self-reliance.
Christie Sleeth ‘17
Christie joined the Stevenson staff in 2008 working with the President’s Office. She received her bachelor’s degree from Stevenson’s Business Administration program in 2017, then joined the Wellness Center team in 2018. Christie is one of the first faces you see when coming to the Wellness Center and really enjoys working with out students. Her free time outside the office is spent playing on a coed softball team, working out, watching movies or playing with her yorkie Penny.
Psychology Doctoral Externs
Joshua Bock, M.S.
Josh is a 3rd year graduate student pursuing his doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Loyola University of Maryland. He received his bachelor degree in psychology from California University, Berkeley and has spent most of his career working with young adults with socially impairing developmental difficulties such as ADHD, Autism, Anxiety and Depression. In therapy, Josh strives to create and maintain a safe and collaborative space that allows his clients to explore themselves without fear of judgement. In his personal time Josh enjoys cooking, exercising, and hanging out with friends in various virtual landscapes.
Jacinda Dougherty, M.S.
Jacinda Dougherty is a doctoral student in Clinical Psychology at Loyola University Maryland. She earned her B.A. in Psychology at the University of California, Los Angeles and her M.S. in Clinical Psychology at Loyola University Maryland. Jacinda’s previous clinical experiences have included working at a community mental health clinic in which she provided group and individual therapy to adults. Jacinda is dedicated to developing a strong, meaningful connection with each of her clients, such that she facilitates an empowering, affirming, and understanding therapeutic environment. Her therapeutic orientation is integrative, drawing on ACT, interpersonal process, and psychodynamic approaches. Jacinda’s clinical interests include multicultural and identity work, self-esteem, couples/relationship issues, perfectionism, anxiety, and depression.
Sabreena Cole, M.S.
Sabreena Cole is a graduate student at Loyola University Maryland, pursuing her doctoral degree in clinical psychology. She has earned her master’s degree while at Loyola University Maryland, and received her bachelor’s degree from Clemson University. In addition to providing counseling services at Stevenson, Sabreena provides inpatient and outpatient mental health services to individuals and groups at Mountain Manor Treatment Center, a substance use treatment facility.
Sabreena takes a collaborative approach to treatment. Through her focus on values oriented living, and the connection between thoughts and resultant feelings and behaviors, she strives to empower clients in their ability to live a meaningful and fulfilling life. In her free time, Sabreena enjoys exercising, FaceTiming her baby niece, attending Clemson football games, and listening to/curating new music playlists.