• If you are in distress and need to speak with someone urgently, an on-call crisis counselor can be reached 24/7 at the following numbers:
    Holy Cross 24-hour Crisis Center number (855-418-7282)
    National Suicide Help Line (800-273-8225)

Staff Members


Paul Galvinhill







Paul R. Galvinhill, Ph.D., LP/HSP
He | Him | His
Fun Facts: My favorite animal is the blue whale and I enjoy organic gardening

Welcome to CAPS! As director, I feel fortunate to have the opportunity to work with a wonderful team of professionals in the delivery of psychological services to support students.I utilize a service leadership model, informed by the College’s mission and grounded in professional ethics. I advocate for student mental health through participation on campus and external committees and boards. I consider it a privilege and honor to be invited by students to accompany them in their growth and healing. I approach psychotherapy from an affirming, developmental, interpersonal, pro-feminist, and culturally inclusive perspective.


Betsey Cronkhite










Betsey Cronkhite
She | Her | Hers
Office Coordinator
Fun Facts: I love to cook (mostly soup) and my favorite place to be is at the beach with my family

As the Office Coordinator, my primary role is providing administrative support to the amazing CAPS staff and our peer education group, COPE. My favorite part of this role is the interactions I get to have with students. I am often the first person people encounter when they contact CAPS. Welcoming students and guiding them to the support they need for me is meaningful and rewarding. I enjoy getting to know COPE members and supporting them in their programming. As students develop in their time at Holy Cross, I appreciate getting to be a part of watching them grow.


Sara Cauley









Sara Cauley, M.S.
She | Her | Hers
Predoctoral Psychology Extern
Fun Facts: When I'm not engaged in clinical work I enjoy going for hikes and doing escape rooms!

I'm a 4th year doctoral student studying clinical psychology at Antioch University New England in Keene, NH. This is my third year as a psychotherapist and my second year working in college counseling. I'm enthusiastic about working with people on identity development, sense of self, and self-worth. I enjoy working with individuals who identify as LGBTQIA+ and addressing the impacts of living in a heteronormative cisgender society. I also hold a strong passion for working with individuals on issues of racism, systemic oppression, and the influence of intersecting identities (e.g., race, gender, religion/spirituality, etc.).


Trevor Cote










Trevor Cote, Ph.D., CMPC, LP/HSP
He | Him | His
Staff Psychologist 
Coordinator of Student-Athlete Psychological Services 
Fun Facts: Ideal day is playing lawn games and enjoying BBQ with friends and family 

My goal in therapy is to create a space that helps you live a life that is most meaningful to you, while accepting the pain that inevitably comes. I work from a balanced approach of teaching psychological skills to alleviate any pain or suffering while exploring your experiences and relationships to generate greater insight, awareness, and opportunity for change. Within the clinical relationship I value collaboration, compassion, and taking the chance to learn how being vulnerable is a sign of courage. I meet with students for urgent care, facilitate several of the weekly training seminars for the clinical staff at CAPS, facilitate programming for the campus community, provide consultation to students, parents/guardians/caregivers, faculty, and staff, and engage in student-athlete programming to develop optimal support for student-athlete mental health and performance.


Alex Cutler







Alex J. Cutler, M.D. 
He | Him | His
Fun Fact: I love to travel and I am a diehard Boston sports fan.

I am a board certified child, adolescent and adult psychiatrist with a B.S. in neuroscience with a minor in Spanish from Bates College and an M.A. in medical science from Boston University. I graduated medical school in 2009 from the Sackler School of Medicine/NY State American program in Tel Aviv, Israel. I completed my adult psychiatry residency in 2012 at the Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine at Zucker Hillside Hospital Program and I completed my child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship in 2014 at the same hospital. I love working with college students and my areas of clinical interest include sleep, mood disorders and anxiety. In addition to my work at Holy Cross, I am also the college psychiatrist at Clark University, Assumption College and I have a private practice in Worcester. In my spare time, I enjoy running, traveling and spending time with my family.


Jeff Daily









Jeff Daily, Psy.D., LP/HSP 
He | Him | His 
Staff Psychologist 
Coordinator of Group Counseling 

Fun Facts: I'm on an 814 day streak (at time of writing this) in learning foreign languages on Duolingo. 

I am incredibly grateful to be able to coordinate the therapy groups at our office and work with the wonderful students at Holy Cross. My aim in all of my work as a psychologist is to understand, support, and challenge my clients as we work together to advance their mental health goals, whatever they may be. Understanding emotions, connecting with needs, and getting unstuck from unhelpful cycles often comes up in my work with clients. I tend to pull from humanistic and mindfulness-based cognitive-behavioral therapies. My clinical interests also include improving sleep, managing with worry, perfectionism, OCD, or social anxiety, and working with international students. 


Adriana DiPasquale









Adriana DiPasquale, Psy.D., LP/HSP
She | Her | Hers
Associate Director for Training and Clinical Services
Coordinator of Multicultural Counseling Services & Programming

Fun Facts: Trivia buff and purveyor of useless facts

I work with students of all identities and life experiences and I approach my work through a culturally competent, feminist and interpersonal lens. I also meet with students for urgent care, provide clinical supervision to predoctoral externs, facilitate weekly training seminars for the clinical staff at CAPS, engage with programming for the campus community and provide consultation for students, parents/guardians/caregivers, faculty and staff.


Matt Monaco









Matt Monaco, M.S.
He | Him | His 
Predoctoral Psychology Extern
Fun Facts: I enjoy running, fishing, exploring nature trails, and scrolling through videos of puppies.

I am currently completing my doctorate in Counseling Psychology at Springfield College where I also received my master's degree in Psychology with a concentration in Athletic Counseling. I have trained at multiple college counseling centers including Connecticut College and American International College (AIC), where I most recently served as the sport psychologist in training and counseling center liaison to AIC's Athletic Dept. My approach to therapy is foundationally person-centered/humanistic, while integrating various other therapeutic approaches such as CBT, motivational interviewing, and mental skills. I view therapy as a collaborative, feedback informed, and individualized process, whereby interventions are tailored to the unique needs and goals of clients.


Kelsey Moran










Kelsey Moran, Psy.D., LP/HSP
She | They
Staff Psychologist 
Coordinator of LGBTQIA+ Psychological Services
Fun Facts: I’m a grilled cheese aficionado and pun enthusiast

I’ve spent my entire professional career working with college students and I’m incredibly passionate about the work that I do at Holy Cross. It’s an honor to work alongside students of all identities, backgrounds, and experiences as they navigate this challenging and exciting time in their lives. I work from a relational-cultural lens to create a compassionate, collaborative, and culturally inclusive space for all students.  I meet with students for individual therapy and urgent care, co-facilitate the LGBTQIA+ and TGNC+ support groups with the Chaplains, provide clinical supervision to predoctoral externs, present several of the weekly training seminars for the clinical staff at CAPS, engage with programming for the campus community, and offer consultation to students, parents/guardians/caregivers, faculty, and staff.


Gabby Trainor









Gabby Trainor, MSW, LCSW
She | Her | Hers
Staff Clinician
Coordinator of Multicultural Psychological Services
Fun facts: Cheetahs are my spirit animal and I love interior design

I have a great passion for supporting college mental health and guiding students to achieve their goals, while also educating them on the importance of self care and wellness. As an emerging Latina clinical counselor, I especially take into consideration the importance of intersecting identities in individuals and work to de-stigmatize underrepresented, marginalized, and oppressed groups. Through a multicultural lens, my goal is to help all students feel included, represented, advocated for, resourceful, and successful. 


Emily Wilcox









Emily Wilcox, Psy.D., LP/HSP
She | Her | Hers
Staff Psychologist  
Coordinator of Outreach & COPE 
Fun Facts: Enjoys puns and silly socks 

I approach my work through lenses which include social justice, trauma, and narrative work. My goal is to create a therapeutic space which is collaborative and culturally inclusive. I am privileged to work with students at the College of the Holy Cross and to accompany them on their therapeutic journey. In my roles at CAPS I meet with students for urgent care, facilitate weekly training seminars for the clinical staff at CAPS, engage with programming for the campus community and provide consultation for students, parents/guardians/caregivers, faculty and staff.