Chantelle Linthicum, M.A.
Chantelle Linthicum (she/her/hers) is a doctoral practicum student therapist at Cook Counseling Center. She received her B.A in Psychology from NC State University and her M.A. in Counseling Psychology from Webster University Leiden in the Netherlands. She is currently working on her PsyD in Counseling Psychology at Radford University.
Chantelle strives to provide a safe, non-judgmental, and collaborative space in therapy where clients feel they are able to explore a variety of topics and reach their goals. She incorporates Person-Centered, Cognitive-Behavioral, and Multicultural approaches into her work. Chantelle enjoys working with all college students and has experience working with clients from diverse backgrounds and identities, including international students/expats, people of color, and LGBTQIA2s+ folks. Her research interests surround biracial/multiracial students and their experiences with microaggressions and belonging on college campuses.
In her free time, Chantelle enjoys traveling, going to concerts, learning about animals, and spending time with friends and family.