The "On Campus" counselors have office times available in 301 Templeton Hall. All students and spouses, regardless of health insurance, may meet with an on campus counselor, as availability and scheduling allow.
Wanda Sevey, MDiv, LMFT, Acting Director of Counseling Wanda’s work is rooted in her conviction that being in relationship is part of being created in God’s image and that the power of relationship to transform us is rooted in the work of the Spirit. She works from an integrated relational perspective and has specialized training in Emotionally Focused Therapy, EMDR, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, The Gottman Approach, and Internal Family Systems. Wanda met her life partner, Ruth Anne when they were both students at PTS in the 1980’s. Their daughter is currently a college student and they also count Daisy, their Boston Terrier, as part of the family. Professionally, Wanda is a licensed couples, family, and sex therapist and ordained in the United Church of Christ. She graduated from Whitworth University, Princeton Theological Seminary and Council for Relationships (CFR) in Philadelphia. She served congregations in a variety of pastoral roles before joining CFR where she served over 20 years counseling individuals, couples and families, teaching in the Couple and Family Therapy Master’s program at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, supervising graduate students, and serving as Director of two counseling offices.
Ryan McMillian holds a Master of Divinity from Brite Divinity School and a Post Graduate Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy. For the past four years, he has worked for a group practice in Philadelphia, the Council For Relationships, as a Marriage and Family Therapist. The Huffington Post recognized Ryan in an article entitled “15 Black Male Therapist You Should Know.” Ryan brings together hospice chaplaincy experience coupled with a therapy background to train clergy and therapists on grief counseling techniques. He also has served as a guest lecturer and workshop presenter on issues concerning men, shame and anxiety. As a licensed minister in the Baptist church, Ryan explores spiritual concerns in a way that honors the clients’ spirituality and embraces their theological outlook. He is also trained in Emotionally Focused Couples therapy, which is used to offer wholeness to couples.
Sarah Yang Mumma is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) and has been practicing for over ten years. Sarah received her MSSW from Columbia University and completed three years of post-graduate training in psychodynamic psychotherapy. She is also trained in EMDR, an evidence based trauma intervention, and integrate its techniques into therapy as appropriate. Sarah is currently a PhD Candidate at Smith College School for Social Work and was an intern at a psychotherapy practice in Philadelphia that focuses on serving LGBTQ populations. In counseling, Sarah strives to create space where students may explore their inner landscapes and make sense of themselves in their relationships and larger social contexts. She has experience working with a wide range of presenting concerns including depression, anxiety, trauma, complex identity, immigration, and loss. Sarah has been described as kind, patient, inquisitive, and discerning. Sarah moved to Princeton in 2015 for her spouse to attend Princeton Theological Seminary. Prior to moving to Princeton, Sarah lived in Shanghai China for five years and worked for New York University’s Shanghai campus as a counselor. Sarah is mixed race Asian and White and originally from Taiwan.