Laszlo J. Stojalowsky, M.A., LPC-MHSP
Laszlo J. Stojalowsky, Assistant Director of Student Counseling Services, joined Austin Peay State University in January 2012. He has over 16 years of counseling experience, the last 7 of which he has dedicated to working with students in higher education. Prior to his current position at Austin Peay, Laszlo served as a student mental health counselor at Lewis University for over 4 years, and prior to this, he worked as an adjunct counselor and psychology instructor at Moraine Valley Community College for nearly 3 years. Before his experience in higher education, Laszlo worked as a therapist for several community-based mental health agencies for over 7 years and as a residential/intensive outpatient adult addictions therapist for 2 years.
Laszlo earned his B.A. in Psychology and Spanish from Central College in Pella, Iowa, and his M.A. in Counseling Psychology from Illinois State University. In addition to being a Licensed Professional Counselor with Mental Health Service Provider designation in Tennessee, he has been a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in Illinois since 2002. He is fluent in Spanish and Hungarian, and has lived and studied abroad in Spain, Mexico and Hungary for extended periods of time.
Dr. Lowell G. Roddy, LMFT
Dr. Lowell G. Roddy, Director of Student Counseling Services, has been with Austin Peay State University since December 2001. Prior to his employment with Austin Peay, Dr. Roddy was an active duty Army chaplain for almost 26 years. A qualified pastoral counselor, he was selected by the Army for additional graduate training in marriage and family therapy in 1985. He served as director of several family counseling programs in subsequent years. He was on the faculty and staff of the Army Chaplain Center & School for five years prior to coming to Fort Campbell for his retirement.
Dr. Roddy’s degrees include a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Bethel College, a Master of Divinity degree in Pastoral Care & Counseling from Memphis Theological Seminary, a Master of Theology degree in Theology and Personality from Princeton Seminary, a Master of Education degree in Family Therapy from the University of Louisville, and a Doctor of Ministry degree from Memphis Theological Seminary. He is a licensed marital and family therapist. Professional memberships include the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, the Association of University and College Counseling Center Directors, and the Southeastern College Counseling Center Personnel.
Michelle Barnhart, LPC-MHSP, CPSII
Counselor / AOD Prevention Coordinator
Michelle Barnhart began as a counselor at Austin Peay in November 2011. Prior to coming to Austin Peay, Michelle worked with Bradford Health Services, an outpatient alcohol and drug facility here in Clarksville. During the 5 years she was employed there she worked with addiction and co-occurring disorders as a counselor and clinical director.
Prior to beginning work in the field of addiction, Michelle worked in an outpatient mental health setting in West Tennessee for 5 years. She has a B.S. in Psychology from the University of Tennessee at Martin and a M.A. in Counseling from Trevecca Nazarene University. Michelle is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Mental Health Service Provider and a Certified Prevention Specialist II.
Teresa Prendes, M.A., Ed.S.
Counselor / Outreach Coordinator
Teresa Prendes returns to the Nashville area after receiving her Master’s and Education Specialist degrees in Professional Counseling from Seton Hall University. She completed a clinical internship at William Paterson University where she provided individual psychotherapy to students and used her sport psychology training to do group integration work within athletics. Teresa also has experience counseling individuals with co-ocurring disorders and doing group work with women who have experienced trauma. In addition, she was a professor and academic advisor for the Department of Freshman Studies at Seton Hall University. She is currently a Licensed Associate Counselor in the state of New Jersey and is in the process of getting licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor in Tennessee. Teresa is fluent in Spanish and provides counseling in both languages.
Teresa has a number of areas of interest. While at Seton Hall University she pursued a Certificate in Sport and Exercise Psychology and is working toward certification as a Master’s Level Sport Psychology Consultant through the Association of Applied Sport Psychology. Teresa also appreciates the creative arts and often uses art, music, and writing as tools for developing insight and healing.
Ms. Priscilla Dale
Priscilla Dale is the administrative assistant for Student Counseling Services and has been with Austin Peay State University since August 2007. She received her Bachelor of Social Work degree with minors in psychology and sociology from Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro Tennessee. Prior to her employment with Austin Peay, she worked 15 years in residential treatment providing case management to at risk adolescents. Other work experiences include case management and supervision in foster care/adoption and work with developmentally disabled adults.
Anna Lora Taylor, B.S.
Anna Lora Taylor is a graduate student in the mental health counseling program at APSU. She is in the second year of her counseling program and works as a Graduate Assistant for Student Counseling Services. She received her B.S. in Human Services from East Tennessee State University in Johnson City, Tennessee, in 2011. Before beginning her graduate program, Anna Lora served as a support coordinator for adults with intellectual disabilities for 2 years.
Kristie Crow, B.S.W.
Kristie Crow is currently a Master of Social Work graduate student at Austin Peay State University. She is completing her internship at the APSU Student Counseling Services. She earned her Bachelor of Social Work degree from Missouri State University in Springfield, Missouri in May 2012. Prior to her internship at Student Counseling Services, Kristie served as a victim advocate at Legal Aid Society for a year and a half.