The counseling staff at Trinity Counseling Services warmly welcomes you to counseling services that are professional, confidential, and personally tailored to fit your goals and challenges. We desire for each of our clients to feel safe, understood, and deeply respected as we explore with them the unique situations and opportunities for healing and growth they encounter during their years at Trinity. All of our counselors practice from a Christian worldview, and each one is able to include conversations about faith in the counseling process, if you so desire. However, we equally welcome all members of our student body, regardless of faith or creed, to enter into a life-enriching conversation through counseling. Whether this season of life presents you with challenges of loss, anxiety, addiction, troubling relationships, or any other personal concern, we are delighted to have the privilege of walking with you toward hope, healing, and flourishing!
Amber Drozd, Counselor Intern
Amber is training as a generalist in Counseling Psychology in the Master’s program at Trinity Christian College. She has special interests in working with clients who are overcoming depression, anxiety, phobias, trauma, impulse control issues, and chronic relational problems.
Steve Genck, MDiv, Counselor Intern
Steve is training as a generalist in Counseling Psychology in the Master’s program at Trinity Christian College. He has special interests in working with clients who seek help with stress management, overcoming anxiety, sexual addiction and recovery, adoption & reunion issues, and spiritual issues.
Jian You, Counselor Intern
Jian (pronounced like “Jane”) is training as a generalist in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in the Master’s program at Wheaton College. She has special interests in helping clients with depression, anxiety, cultural adjustment, and chronic illness.
Denise Williams, Counselor Intern
Denise is training as a generalist in Counseling Psychology in the Master’s program at Trinity Christian College. She has special interests in working with clients who are experiencing challenges with attachment disorders, depression, parenting issues, marriage and family problems, and issues of faith.
Dan Sartor, PhD, LCPC, NCC, Director
Dr. Dan is a Clinical Psychologist and Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor. He oversees the internship program at Trinity Counseling Services and is an Associate Professor of Psychology in the Trinity’s Master’s program in Counseling Psychology. He provides clinical supervision for the counseling center’s interns and clinical trainees. He has special interests in working with clients who are facing addictions, trauma recovery, crisis of faith, spiritual issues, and relational or marital distress.