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Dr. Avetta M. WhiteAvetta White, PH.D., LCPC, LPC, NCC

Dr. White (she/her) earned her doctorate degree in Higher Education from Morgan State University in 2018. Dr. White focused her research on the presenting mental health and psychosocial stressors of minority college students. Dr. White obtained her master’s degree in Professional Counseling from Argosy University in 2005. Dr. White is a Virginia native and received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Longwood University in 2002. Dr. White has served as a clinician for over 14 years and have worked in higher education for over 19 years. As a clinician, Dr. White is a licensed professional counselor in MD, VA, and DC. Prior to arriving at MICA in July 2022, Dr. White worked in a college counseling center serving in several capacities. Dr. White made it her mission to provide support, programming, and community outreach in mental health, wellness, community health, and student services. Dr. White has a passion for serving college students and underserved populations in the community. Dr. White’s goal is to continue serving the needs of the community she serves through her expertise in mental health and higher education.

Sam  Roth

Samantha Roth, MSW, LCSW-C, Associate Director

Sam (she/her) received her masters in clinical social work from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2017, and specializes in working with survivors of trauma and clients living non-traditional lifestyles such as ethical non-monogamy and participating in kink. She has almost ten years of working within systems such as the education, legal, and medical systems. She is a board approved supervisor for both counselors and social workers and is dedicated to supporting the growth of newer clinicians. While a Virginia native, Samantha has lived in Baltimore since 2017 with her partner, two (not at all) attention-starved cats, and a bookshelf full of fantasy novels.

Dr. Kristen CappsKristen Capps, Ph.D.

Dr. Capps (she/her) is a licensed psychologist who earned her doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology from Adelphi University in 2015 and her master’s degree in psychology from The New School for Social Research in 2011. She has over 10 years of experience providing therapy in a broad range of settings. She has worked with clients across the spectrum of care, to include outpatient, community mental health, school-based therapy, partial hospitalization, and inpatient treatment. Her clients have included individuals from age two to older adults, representing many diverse backgrounds and personal experiences.

In addition to providing therapy, Dr. Capps has enjoyed teaching at the college level, coordinating intervention research, providing trainings on mental health topics, and engaging with the community. She is passionate about making mental health treatment and information accessible to everyone. Dr. Capps strives to help each person she meets feel seen, valued, and accepted.

Dorian Holliday

Dorian Holliday, MA, LGPC

Before starting at SCC, Dorian (he/him) worked as a figure model at MICA from 2017-2021. Dorian received his master’s degree in counseling psychology from Towson University in 2022. At SCC, Dorian is both a counselor and care navigator, which includes helping students find therapists, psychiatrists, and other resources outside of MICA. Dorian’s work focuses on life transitions, depression, anxiety, interpersonal relationships, school, career, and identity. As a Black gay man, Dorian is passionate about social justice and breaking down stigma and barriers in the mental health field for people from marginalized communities. A Baltimore native, Dorian is an avid foodie and enjoys tennis, ballet, pop culture, festivals, and traveling.

Cindy BuiCindy Bui
Clinical Intern

Cindy is in her final year as a current candidate for the Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at the Johns Hopkins University. Before beginning her program at the Johns Hopkins University, Cindy received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Spanish from the University of Virginia in 2020. In 2023, Cindy presented her research proposal titled “Improving Counselor Education to Serve Asian Immigrants” at the American Counseling Association Conference & Expo in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. As a second generation Asian immigrant and first generation higher education student, she holds a great passion in improving accessibility to mental health services for the Asian American Pacific Islander community as well as being an advocate and activist for multicultural counseling needs. Out in the world, she enjoys shopping for books, makeup artistry, event planning, and dance.

Calvin KuangCalvin Kuang
Clinical Intern

Calvin is a graduate student at Towson University working on his Master's degree in Counseling Psychology. Calvin has mixed interests in Psychology and Environmental Sciences, and values the role of nature in healing. As a queer Asian man, Calvin takes a particular interest in the role our identities play in navigating life and structures of power. Calvin is passionate about immigrant status, interpersonal relationships, depression, anxiety, trauma, school and family in his work. At MICA he hopes to help foster a sense of community. Outside of work, Calvin enjoys gardening, taking care of his cat, ink work, and volunteering with local parks and farm organizations.

Steven WolfSteve Wolf
Administrative Assistant

Steve (he/him) has many years experience working at Maryland colleges and is thrilled to be at MICA. During SCC office hours, he is available to help with setting appointment times and taking questions. Steve comes from a theatre background both on-stage, behind-the-scenes, and front-of-house and has also worked as a marketing and graphic artist. Outside of work, he has interests in  disability support (hidden and visual)  and communication of arts integration within schools and communities. He loves photography, pen and ink, acrylics, cartooning, Baltimore sports, and of course, time with family.


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