Wanda Binns, LCSW-C

EAP Manager

Wanda has 30 years of experience as a Clinical Social Worker offering expertise with relationship, addiction, stress, & depression. Wanda also offers Christian Counseling.



Peggy Burns, LCADC

Senior EAP Counselor

Peggy is a board certified and licensed addiction specialist. She has 31 years experience as counselor and has been with the Employee Assistance Program since 1997. Peggy also has extensive experience assisting clients with issues pertaining to communication, grief, anger management and relationship issues. Peggy also has expertise in assisting clients with recovery planning and ongoing issues.




Maureen McCarren, LCSW-C

Senior EAP Counselor

Maureen has been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker for over 30 years. Much of her expertise is helping people cope with stress, anxiety, depression, grief and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Over the last 10 years, Maureen has branched out and is now incorporating alternative holistic therapies such as neurofeedback, meditation, etc. into her work with clients who want to explore alternative treatment. Neurofeedback helps people regulate their brainwave patterns to reach Peak Performance levels. Thus, they are able to relax, sleep better, concentrate better and are more motivated and creative than they were in the past.



Susan Walker, LGSW

EAP Counselor

Sue graduated from the University of Maryland Baltimore with a Masters of Social Work Degree (Clinical Concentration), a specialization in Mental Health and a sub-specialization in Employee Assistance Programs. She deals with a broad range of issues including relationship/interpersonal conflicts, stress, anxiety, grief and depression. In addition, Sue has a passion for marital therapy. She is a Certified Imago Relationship therapist.



Jan Buxton, LCPC, CEAP

Senior EAP Counselor

Jan is a Board and Licensed Professional Counselor and a Certified Employee Assistance Professional. She has 22 years of experience in the EAP field and private practice. Jan has extensive experience helping clients with mood disorders, anxiety, addictions, grief, domestic violence, parenting issues and workplace problems. In addition to counseling, she provides trainings, and response to critical incidents in the workplace. Prior to her EAP career, Jan had a first career in human resources.



Rob White, LCPC

Director Behavioral Health

Rob manages the Employee Assistance Programs for
the Department of Psychiatry. He is board certified in addiction counseling and employee assistance and is licensed as a professional counselor.




Amy Johnson, AA

Administrative Assistant

Amy has been a part of the University System for 28 years and has been the Administrative Assistant for the EAP for the past 25 years. She is primarily responsible for scheduling new appointments and general administrative duties.