About Our Staff

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Michael Maguire, Psy.D.

Interim Director & Licensed Psychologist

Michael Maguire, PsyD completed his doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology in 2008 from The Wright Institute. He completed practical training in a variety of areas, including a psychiatric hospital, a residential substance abuse rehabilitation center, a community center serving high school students, and a college counseling center. In addition, he completed a pre-doctoral internship and post-doctoral fellowship at a large university counseling center. Michael is a generalist, which means that he is prepared  to work with a variety of presenting concerns. He uses an Interpersonal/Relational approach to therapy. This approach focuses on interpersonal concerns that create problems both relationally and emotionally. It is an empirically supported treatment that employs the use of the relationship formed between a client and therapist to work through unwanted patterns of relating, and also focuses on symptom management, acceptance, and self-compassion.

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Armando Sanchez, MSSW, LICSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Armando Sanchez is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker. He received his Master of Science degree in Clinical Social Work from The University of Texas at Austin (2010).  Prior to joining Seattle University, Armando’s career as a social worker and mental health professional in Texas included work in higher education, K-12, the non-profit sector, and private practice. Armando is a generalist therapist with an emphasis on BIPOC mental health. He is client-centered and incorporates multicultural, solution-focused, mindfulness, and social justice approaches in his work as a clinician.

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Danielle Watkins, PhD, LMHC, LMFT

Licensed Psychotherapist

Danielle Watkins, PhD, LMHC, LMFT., received her doctorate in Counseling from Oregon State University. She is a generalist clinically and uses an integrative approach to psychotherapy, including trauma-informed, attachment-based, mindfulness, CBT, and whole-person theories. Her interests include self-compassion, women’s health, self-esteem and body image issues, grief and loss, dating and relationship issues, anxiety, identity development and adjusting to life changes and transitions.

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Kelsey Borden, LSWAA

Licensed Social Work Associate Advanced

Kelsey Borden is a Licensed Social Work Associate Advanced (LSWAA). She received her Master of Social Work degree from Rutgers University (2021) and her B.S. degree in Legal Studies and Anthropology & Sociology from Roger Williams University (2014). Prior to joining Seattle University, Kelsey worked in crisis agency centers, private practice, and higher education. As a case manager, Kelsey incorporates person-centered care when connecting students to resources.

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Randy Scott, MAEd, NCC, LMHC (PhD candidate)

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Randy Scott is a National Certified Counselor (NCC) and a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC). He received his Masters of Arts in Education (MAEd) Counseling degree from Seattle University and is currently a PhD Counselor Education and Supervision (CES) candidate at Walden University. Before joining the CAPS counseling team, Randy worked in both private practice and higher education settings with students.  As a counselor, Randy incorporates narrative therapy and multicultural/social justice-focused approaches to working with people.

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Austin Sandford

Clinic Coordinator

Austin Sandford has a B.S. degree in Sociology from Texas Christian University. He brings years of experience in customer service from Trader Joe’s, Emerald City Pet Rescue, and the Rowing Dock, of his hometown Austin, TX. At CAPS, Austin is responsible for greeting clients and visitors, as well as assisting them in setting up services and accessing the mental health resources and supports they need. Austin also provides website maintenance and resource creation abilities to the CAPS team.

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