Staff

Staff

If you would like services from New Horizons, please give us a call at 757-221-2363.

Doctoral Co-Directors

Kaitlin Hinchey, M.Ed., LPC, LMFT

Kaitlin has practiced as a family therapist in central and southeastern Virginia since 2016 for a variety of programs including Functional Family Therapy, Intensive In-Home, Mental Health Skill Building, and Virtual Residential. Kaitlin’s therapeutic experience includes working with young children and adolescents experiencing behavioral problems at home and in school, families involved with the juvenile justice system, adult clients in need of career and life-skills training, and clients in need of Spanish language mental health services. Kaitlin worked as a counseling intern at New Horizons while earning her Master’s in Family Counseling degree at William & Mary and is excited to have the opportunity to continue working with the clinic as she pursues her Ph.D. in Counselor Education.

Philippa Chin, M.Ed., NCCPhilippa Chin

Philippa is a doctoral student (Ph.D. in Counselor Education & Supervision), a national certified counselor (NCC) and a licensed resident in marriage and family therapy at a private counseling practice in the northeastern Hampton Roads area. Philippa has clinical experience in telehealth and face to face therapy that includes addictions support groups, trauma-focused therapy, co-parenting, couples and family workshops. She earned her M.Ed. at William & Mary where she was enrolled in the Couples, Marriage and Family Counseling program and served as an intern at the New Horizons Family Counseling Center. Philippa’s research interests include exploring the development of racial identity within the individual and the multiracial family.

Doctoral Training Director

Aiesha LeeAiesha Lee, M.A., NCC

Aiesha is a third-year doctoral student (Ph.D. in Counselor Education & Supervision) at William & Mary. She is a licensed associate counselor in New Jersey and a national certified counselor. Aiesha earned her Bachelor’s in Psychology from Montclair State University and completed her master’s in Counseling, with a concentration in marriage and family therapy at The College of New Jersey. Aiesha’s clinical experiences include working with children, families, and adults in a community clinic. Her research interests include multicultural counseling and trauma-informed care. Aiesha is passionate about helping families communicate with each other and strengthen their bonds.

Master’s Level Staff

Anika Criddle
Anika Criddle 

Anika is a second-year master’s student in the Couples, Marriage, and Family Counseling program at William & Mary. In 2004, Anika received her B.A. in History with a Family History emphasis from Brigham Young University. After many years of listening to families tell their stories and helping them make sense of their experiences, she decided to pursue counseling professionally. Recently, she gained clinical experience in telehealth counseling individuals and families. During her practicum, she worked with adolescents and college-age students presenting with eating disorders, anxiety, and depression at Pointe Counseling in Williamsburg. There she also led a Highly Sensitive Person support group for college students. She appreciates the opportunity to be present, listen and learn alongside her clients at New Horizons.

Leigh AlfierisLeigh Alfieris

Leigh is a second year Master’s student in the Couples, Marriage, and Family Counseling Program at William & Mary. She completed her undergraduate education in Psychology at James Madison University. Leigh has worked with children in multiple different facets throughout her life, from counseling to teaching. She spent her practicum at Sandcastle Kids Counseling in Virginia Beach working with children and adolescents healing from trauma. At this site she worked with a multitude of clients using trauma informed play therapy. During her internship at New Horizons, Leigh has worked with families, parents, children, and support groups to empower them towards change. After graduating, Leigh intends to continue working with children and families and continue her education on trauma-informed counseling.

Dalia GladsteinDalia Gladstein

Dalia is a masters-level intern at New Horizons, working primarily with families in the community. Originally from New York City, Dalia got her B.A. in Anthropology from Adelphi University. After graduating, she spent a few years exploring different cities and career opportunities before deciding to pursue counseling. Dalia is passionate about helping individuals, couples, and families to improve communication, identify positive coping strategies, and find solutions to what’s not working in their relationships. She also prioritizes multicultural competence and strives to help individuals of all cultural, ethnic, and racial backgrounds, gender identities, and sexual orientations feel comfortable in session. After graduation, Dalia plans to stay in Virginia for her residency, and eventually work in a private group practice.

Caroline HacklerCaroline Hackler

Caroline is a second-year Master’s student in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a concentration in Couples, Marriage, and Family Counseling. She received her B.A. in Anthropology and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies with a minor in Psychology from the University of Virginia in 2020. She decided to enter a Master’s level counseling program due to her desire to learn more about the resources available to provide mental-health care for diverse presenting needs, ponder how to increase accessibility of these resources and participate in change in this regard, and gain hands-on experience providing care that is vital in a fast-paced society that often leaves individuals and families feeling isolated and overwhelmed. She had the wonderful opportunity to work for a private practice with a highly diverse clientele during her practicum, and especially enjoyed working with children and providing early intervention to help instill in them tools to recognize and regulate emotions. Having become part of the New Horizons Family Counseling treatment staff during the Summer of 2021, Caroline gained an appreciation of the family system as a critical locus of change even in scenarios where an individual is the identified client. She enjoys employing creative interventions to aid in maintaining engagement of the whole family during sessions and inspiring active participation in working toward family-oriented goals.

Haley LattaHaley Latta

Haley is a second-year student in the Couples, Marriage, and Family program. She loves to incorporate creative strategies in counseling sessions, such as books, art projects, and journaling! Haley enjoys working with couples and families, and her goal is to work in private practice upon graduation.

 
 
Julia BerlinJulia Berlin

Julia is a second-year Master’s student in the Couples, Marriage, and Family Counseling program at William & Mary. Julia completed her bachelor’s degree in political science and psychology at the University of South Carolina. Julia completed her practicum at the Norther Neck Peninsula Community Services Board where she worked with families and individuals, and had the opportunity to work in intensive in-home counseling. After graduation Julia hopes to continue working with individuals and relationships, especially in the LGBTQ+ population.

Jason Schultz

Jason is a second-year Master’s student in the Couples, Marriage, and Family Counseling program at William & Mary.

Julianna ShortJulianna Short

Julianna is a second-year Master’s student in the Couples, Marriage, and Family Counseling program at William & Mary. Julianna completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Florida. Julianna has experience with children and families through her undergraduate experience interning at the Child Advocacy Center, where she provided case management services and support for victims of child abuse and their families, and also through working as a preschool teacher. Julianna completed her practicum at the Middle Peninsula Northern Neck Community Service Board, where she worked with youth and families in rural communities and co-led a social-emotional learning group for middle schoolers. Julianna is excited to continue her work with children and families at New Horizons and in her future career as a family counselor.