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Dr. Olya Zaporozhets

Dr. Olya Zaporozhets received her first degree in psychology from Melitopol State Pedagogical University (Ukraine) and has been teaching psychology in Ukraine since 2005. She has a Master of Arts in Practical Ministries and Mental Health Counseling from Cincinnati Christian University, and M.A. in Government from Regent University.  In addition, she has completed Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervisor at the University of Toledo (Ohio). Dr. Zaporozhets is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor in Virginia and Ohio and has worked as a professional counselor with multiple populations and client problems with an emphasis in trauma work.

She currently works as an Associate Professor in the School of Psychology and Counseling at Regent University in Virginia Beach, VA. She directs two institutes at Regent: The Ukraine Institute for Education in Psychology and Counseling and The Institute for the Study of Sexual Identity.   She is also founder and director of the Postgraduate Program in Psychological Counseling at the International Institute of Postgraduate Education in Kyiv, Ukraine. 

Kateryna Krylova

​Kateryna graduated from the Tavriski Christian Institute in Kherson with BA in Christian Education and BA in Christian Counseling. After that she earned MA  in Practical Ministries at the TCM International Institute, Austria. 

Her career as a psychologist was preceded by service at the Ministry of Internal Affairs special unit from 1992 to 1998. She was able to observe a high burnout rate within the service members and saw a need for a police psychologist. She retired from service due to a gunshot wound and then purcued her further studies in Mental Health and Ministry. 

She currently serves as the Head of International Institute of Postgraduate Education (Kyiv, Ukraine) where she oversees  postgraduate programs in psychological counseling.  Additionally she serves as a supervisor and instructor in the postgraduate Children & Adolescent Mental Health Counseling program at the Center of Psychological Counseling and Traumatherapy "Open Doors"


Dr. Joshua Kreimeyer

Dr. Joshua Kreimeyer holds a Bachelor of Science in Recreation, a Master of Arts in Counseling, and a post-graduate certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy. He also earned his Doctorate of Philosophy of Counselor Education and Supervision at Regent University.  He served in the United States Army as a Cryptologic Linguist of Russian language.

Dr. Kreimeyer is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.  He has worked as a professional counselor in a wide-range of settings, including community based outpatient clinics, private practice, a residential drug and alcohol program within a penitentiary in the US Bureau of Prisons, and with the Veterans Affairs Vet Center in Colorado Springs, CO. He currently teaches as Affiliate Faculty for Regis University in their post-graduate certificate program in Counseling Military Families.

Dr. Kreimeyer is passionate about helping military families deal with transitions from war and from military to civilian life as well as mitigating the impact of trauma. He also focuses on integrating wellness through recreation in his clinical practice. Dr. Kreimeyer serves as a faculty member of the International Institute of Postgraduate Education and supervisor at the Center of Psychological Counseling and Traumatherapy "Open Doors"


Dr. Corie Schoeneberg

Dr. Corie Schoeneberg is a Licensed Professional Counselor (Missouri & Virginia), Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor, and Nationally Certified Counselor.  She has completed the doctoral program in the Counselor Education and Supervision at Regent University. 


Dr. Schoeneberg specializes in early childhood mental health with an emphasis in trauma and attachment problems.  As a certified Professional School Counselor (K-8), Ms. Schoeneberg also worked as an elementary school counselor in Missouri public schools.  She has provided counseling services for adults, children, and families in the private practice, non-profit, and youth home settings.  She is an adjunct instructor in the CACREP accredited clinical and school counseling programs of the University of Central Missouri and Regent University.  She is the author of several book chapters and journal articles on trauma and creative interventions, and she is frequent presenter, including international and key note presentations. 


Dr. Schoeneberg holds a long history of leadership in the field of play therapy, and she is a Past President of the Missouri Association for Play Therapy and currently serves on the University Education national committee for the Association for Play Therapy.  Dr. Schoeneberg provides consultation services and interdisciplinary trainings for Pediatricians and Head Start programs regarding childhood mental health, and she is a research team member of Regent University’s Center for Addictions and Offender Research, targeting adjudicated adolescents with sexual offending behaviors. 


Dr. Schoeneberg is also a founder, lead faculty, and program director for the post-graduate Children & Adolescent Mental Health Counseling program at the International Institute of Postgraduate Education and she serves as the lead supervisor for child and adolescent services in the Center of Psychological Counseling and Traumatherapy "Open Doors".

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Dr. Jacqueline R. Smith

Dr. Jacqueline R. Smith is a Counseling Department Chair and an Associate Professor in the School of Psychology & Counseling at Regent University. Dr. Smith holds an undergraduate degree in music therapy from Ohio University, and completed both her master's degree in Rehabilitation Counseling and doctoral degree in Counseling Education and supervision at the University of Cincinnati. In addition, Smith received post-graduate training in structural family therapy from the Cincinnati Family Therapy Center, the American Association of Christian Counselors, and Certified Belief Therapist training through the Therapon Institute. Prior to Regent, Dr. Smith taught for 18 years at Northern Kentucky University and successfully launched their community/clinical mental health program. She has taught many different courses at both the graduate and undergraduate levels but especially enjoys teaching courses involving skills/techniques and multiculturalism. Dr. Smith has more than 30 years of experience in community mental health counseling, which includes a small, private, Christian counseling practice for eight years. She holds Professional Counselor (LPC) licensure in Ohio, and Professional Clinical Counselor licensure (LPCC) in Kentucky. Her scholarly activity and interests include counseling ethnic/racial minority groups; religion and spirituality in counseling; creative arts in counseling; group work; and counselor training and supervision.


Judy Cabeceiras

Judy Cabeceiras holds a Bachelor of Arts, as well as Masters in Education with a Special Education Certification, and a Masters in Marriage and Family Counseling. She became a Licensced Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) in 2007, and has since earned Certifications as a Divorce Mediator, EMDRIA Clinician, and EMDR HAP Trainer. Since 2016, Cabeceiras has led over 40 EMDR Basic Trainings in the US, including multiple trainings in Ukraine, at the International Institute of Postgraduate Education

Currently, Cabeceiras works as a private therapist, seeing a diverse population of clients at various life stages and socio-economic backgrounds with a wide range of mental health concerns, including substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. Other services in her private practice include consultation and educational programming for psychotherapists and human services agencies in the area of trauma treatment and the use of EMDR as a therapeutic modality.

Cabeceiras also served as the Director Faculty Academy for the Trauma Recovery EMDR Humanitarian Assistance Program. In this role, she was primarily responsible for screening, training, and interviewing facilitator candidates, creating and implementing standards, and editing the facilitator handbook.


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