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Gerardo Andriulli, M.D.
Psychiatric Consultant

Gerardo has been the Psychiatric Consultant for the Center since 2013. He was born in southern Italy and graduated from the University of Florence Medical School in Italy. His internship was in neurology at Temple University (PA) and his residency in psychiatry at Brown University (RI). Dr. Andriulli has worked in a variety of inpatient settings including St. Luke's Hospital in New Bedford (MA). He has also served as the Medical Director at East Bay Center (RI) and at High Point Treatment Center (MA), a dual diagnosis program. Presently, he has a private practice in Providence (RI). He has broad interests that include spirituality and music.

Jim Azar, Ph.D.

In addition to being the Director of the Center for Counseling and Student Development, Jim is the co-director of the internship training program. He is a licensed psychologist in RI. He has a B.A. in psychology and philosophy from Assumption College (MA) and a M.A. in clinical psychology from Connecticut College (CT). Jim earned a Ph.D. in counseling psychology from Michigan State University (MI). He came to Roger Williams in 1990 after serving as a staff psychologist at the V.A. Medical Center in Northampton (MA). Dr. Azar is the chair of the sexual assault and the eating disorder task forces, as well as the the co-chair of the alcohol task force and the students of concern committee. Jim's professional interests include health and sports psychology; philosophical psychology; developing systematic approaches to issues such as sexual assault, eating disorders, and suicide prevention; training and supervision; and spirituality, mindfulness, and psychotherapy from a Buddhist perspective. His hobbies include long-distance running, yoga, visiting baseball parks and diners, and cooking.

Christopher Bailey, Ph.D.
Assistant Director

Chris is a licensed psychologist in RI. He has a B.A. in psychology from Providence College (RI) and a M.A. in clinical psychology from Connecticut College (CT). Chris earned a Ph.D. in counseling psychology from the University of Missouri-Kansas City (MO). Working with undergraduate and graduate students has been a focus for Chris in his clinical, research, supervisory, and teaching roles. Prior to his arrival at Roger Williams in 2011, his previous counseling center experiences included Rhode Island College (RI), Rockhurst University (MO), Stonehill College (MA), and the University of Missouri-Columbia (MO). Dr. Bailey also worked in a variety of other settings, including community mental health centers, juvenile probation, a psychiatric hospital, and in residential care with the developmentally disabled. His professional interests include assessment, college student development, career development, emotion regulation, outreach presentations (topics such as dreams, happiness, and sleep), personality theories, positive psychology, supervision, and training. Chris also enjoys art, baseball, music, science fiction, spirituality, travel, walking, and time with family, friends, and pets.

 Zachery Delcambre, M.A.
Psychology Intern

Zac earned a B.A. in Psychology, Spanish, and International Affairs at the University of New Hampshire (NH). He also received his M.A. in Professional Psychology from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (MA) where he is currently a 3rd year student in the Doctoral program. Zac’s professional interests include working with substance abuse, utilizing motivational interviewing, as well as serving underserved populations. He also focuses his clinical work with members of Latina/o community and veterans. In his free time, Zac likes to play music, be outdoors, and spend time with his dog Mauro.

 Andrew Dole, Psy.D.
Post-Doctorate Fellow

Andrew earned his B.S. in psychology from the University of Vermont (VT), his M.A./C.A.G.S in school psychology from Northeastern University (MA), and his Psy.D. in clinical psychology from Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (MA).  He is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP) and he is licensed by the state of Massachusetts as a school psychologist. Dr. Dole has worked in college counseling centers at Wellesley College (MA) and Bentley University (MA). In addition, he has worked in a variety of settings, including work as a mental health counselor on an inpatient psychiatric unit, as a community health outpatient clinician, as a mobile crisis clinician, and as a school psychologist in K-12 schools. His professional interests include issues related to trauma, bereavement, depression, relational issues, sports psychology, crisis management, and developmental processes of late adolescence and early adulthood. In his free time, Andrew enjoys spending time with his friends and family, engaging in various athletic activities, traveling, and cheering for the New England Patriots. 


Nancy Hood, M.S.W., L.I.C.S.W.
Psychological Counselor

Nancy is a licensed clinical social worker who has a bachelor's degree in music from Boston University (MA) and a M.S.W. from Boston College (MA). She received post graduate training in psychosynthesis and spiritual psychology from the Concord Institute and in EMDR (Level II). Nancy came to Roger Williams in 1980 after having worked for Family Services.   In addition to counseling students she directed the Counseling Center’s former PEER program for 24 years and for 10 years taught a women's issues course for the university’s Social and Health Services Program. Nancy's professional interests include trauma work, bereavement, anxiety, stress management, women’s issues, and performance enhancement. Most of all, she appreciates the opportunity to help others with their healing and personal growth. Nancy is a peace and justice activist, as well as a singer. She also enjoys gardening, travel, nature walks, kayaking, and time with family and friends.

Leah Kamin, Psy.D.
Post-Doctorate Fellow

Leah earned a B.S. in journalism from the University of Oregon (OR).  She later attended the School of Professional Psychology at Pacific University (OR) where she completed her M.S. and Psy.D. degrees in clinical psychology.  Over the course of her training Leah has served as a counselor with students attending Job Corps, Reed College (OR), and the University of Kentucky (KY).  Dr. Kamin’s professional interests include Buddhist psychology, Gestalt Therapy, multiculturalism, relational concerns, anxiety, trauma, grief, sexual and gender identity, character structure, group process, and transition to adulthood.  In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, pilates, traveling, and exploring all that New England has to offer.


Kineret Kandelker, M.A.
Psychology Intern

Kineret earned a B.A. in psychology from the University of Connecticut (CT) and a M.A. in psychology from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (MA), where she is in her 4th year working toward a doctorate in clinical psychology. Kineret has worked in psychiatric hospital and community mental health settings. Her professional interests include anxiety, emotion regulation, eating disorders, trauma, cultural adjustment, and relationship issues. Kineret's also enjoys meditation, reading, and spending time with her family and friends.



 Matthew Lundeberg, M.A.
Psychology Intern

Matt earned his B.A. in psychology and theatre from Lewis & Clark College (OR) and his M.A. in psychology from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (MA), where he is currently pursuing a doctorate in clinical psychology. In addition to Roger Williams University, Matt is also an intern at the Dr. Leon O. Brenner Center for Psychological Assessment and Consultation in Boston (MA) where he conducts assessments with children and adults. Past professional experiences include working in the office of Disability Services at Lewis & Clark College (OR) as well as a variety as psychiatric treatment facilities in both OR and MA. Areas of interest for Matt include the comorbidity of developmental disabilities and autism spectrum disorders with mental health concerns, cognitive and projective assessment, identity development, as well as the use of cognitive and behavioral theories in anxiety and depression treatment. Matt also enjoys golfing, playing the guitar, coin collecting, bird watching, and scuba diving.


Jennifer Sylvia

Jennifer is currently working toward a B.A. in Public Health Administration from Roger Williams. Before joining the Center in 2011, she started with Roger Williams in 2005 as a secretary for Health Services. Before coming to Roger Williams, Jennifer was employed for 15 years as an administrative assistant at Family Service Association of Greater Fall River (MA), a non-profit community mental health clinic.




Jim Woodruff, Ph.D.
Psychological Counselor

Jim is the Co-Director of the internship training program and a licensed psychologist in RI. He received a B.A. in sociology from the University of Vermont (VT), an M.A. in clinical psychology from Central Michigan University (MI) and a Ph.D. in counseling psychology from the University of North Texas (TX). Prior to coming to Roger Williams in 1986, he worked at several mental health clinics and at a V.A. medical center where he primarily treated Vietnam veterans suffering from PTSD. Dr. Woodruff's professional interests include the process of change, relationship issues, men's issues, training, and supervision. Jim also enjoys golfing, fishing, friends, and humor.



Romelyn Woodruff, P.M.H.C.N.S.-B.C.
Psychological Counselor

Romelyn is a board-certified psychiatric mental health clinical nurse specialist, as well as a licensed mental health counselor. She received a B.S. in nursing from the University of Vermont (VT) and an M.A. in clinical psychology from Central Michigan University (MI). Romelyn received training in psychosynthesis and spiritual psychology from the Concord Institute (MA) and training in EMDR. She came to Roger Williams in 1986 after having been a therapist at Smith College Counseling Services. She had clinical positions in community mental health centers and inpatient psychiatric settings. Romelyn serves on the faculty senate and the diversity committee of the faculty senate. She taught a course in the holistic counseling graduate program at Salve Regina University (RI) for eight years. Romelyn's professional interests include healing and the process of change from an Eastern philosophical and spiritual perspective, cross-cultural counseling, women's issues, relationship issues, and mind-body psychotherapy. Her personal interests include spirituality, meditation, reading, yoga, and time with her husband, children, and friends.

Michele Zager, M.A.
Psychology Intern

Michele earned a B.A. in studio art and Spanish from Bucknell University (PA), a M.A. in student affairs from Indiana University of Pennsylvania (PA), and a M.A. in psychology from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (MA), where she is in her last year working toward a doctorate in clinical psychology. Michele has worked in academic advising and student leadership development, an adolescent therapeutic residental school, and eating disorder and women's partial hospitalization programs. Her professional interests include college adjustment, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and eating disorders. She is interested in helping students recognize their values and develop self-esteem. She is also interested in creativity and how art students experience and manage their emotions and relationships. In her free time, Michele enjoys art projects, walking her dog, kayaking, and spending time with family and friends.