Jane T. Horton, MD
Director of Health and Counseling Services
Dr. Horton is board certified in Internal Medicine. She earned her AB degree from Dartmouth College and her MD from the University of Vermont. She also pursued graduate work in nutrition at Cornell University while in medical school. Dr. Horton completed her post-graduate training in Internal Medicine at the University of Virginia Hospital.
Christy Barongan, Ph.D.
Christy Barongan is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who joined the University Counseling Center in 2002. Her prior experiences include serving as an assistant professor at Mary Baldwin College and at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown. Her professional interests include eating disorders/body image, women’s and multicultural issues, relationships, and wellness/positive psychology.
Janet Boller, Psy.D.
Janet Boller is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who joined the University Counseling Center in August 2010. Her prior experiences include working as a Clinical Supervisor in a therapeutic school in Boston and operating a private practice where she provided consultation and treatment for a variety of clinical issues. Professional interests include combining a relational and skill-building therapeutic model to address gender issues, anxiety and mood disorders, self-injurious behaviors, eating disorders/body image, and partner violence/sexual assault.
Kirk E. Luder, M.D.
Kirk Luder is a psychiatrist who joined the University Counseling Center as a full-time clinician in 2004 after serving as the W&L consulting psychiatrist for the previous five years. His professional interests include interpersonal and cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy, helping students with anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, addiction, and GLBT issues. In addition to providing psychotherapy for his own clients, he provides psychiatric consultation for students referred by counseling staff or by the Student Health Center.
Beth Curry, M. Ed., L.P.C.
Beth Curry is a Licensed Professional Counselor who joined the University Counseling Center in the fall of 2007. Her prior experiences include serving as the Coordinator of Wellness Education at Lynchburg College and as an assistant professor in Health and Physical Education and Coach at Randolph College. Her professional interests include cognitive-behavioral therapy, substance abuse prevention, GLBT issues, and sport psychology.
Janice Downey has been with Washington and Lee since July 1987, previously working for the Development Office, Vice President for University Affairs, Senior Assistant to the President, President and Provost. She is a graduate of Southern Seminary Junior College and, prior to joining Washington and Lee, worked in the Development/Alumni Affairs/Communications Office at Southern Seminary Junior College.