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Lacey Xepoleas, MA

Doctoral Psychology Intern, Stockton (2022.2023 Academic Year)


Phone: 209.946.2315 x2

Office Hours

During the academic year, Counseling and Psychological Services is open Monday through Friday. Hours vary by campus, for more information please call 209.946.2315 x2.

Crisis and after hours support can be received by calling 209.946.2315 x3


B.A. California State University, Fullerton (Human Services, Emphasis in Mental Health Counseling)

M.A. John F. Kennedy University (Clinical Psychology)

Lacey received her M.A. from John F. Kennedy University in Pleasant Hill, CA, and is in the process of completing her fifth and final year of the Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology program at John F. Kennedy School of Psychology at National University. Identifying as a first-generation and bi-racial clinician, Lacey strives to emphasize the unique and individual identities of each person she encounters. Her clinical interests focus on identity development and the ways that individuals view themselves in the context of their lives. Some of the areas of interest that she actively pursues include emotional distress tolerace, interpersonal awareness, and relationship difficulties. Throughout her career thus far, her focus of work has been relationally-based, including community mental health and private practice experience. Lacey believes in authenticity, genuineness, and the power of connection as they relate to healing, and approaches her profession with a trauma-focused lens. While she is still exploring different theoretical frameworks, she oftentimes engages in humanistic therapy and psychodynamic approaches.

Strengths of the Training Program:

  • Creating and allowing space for personal expression as it relates to interpersonal relationships.
  • Self-care emphasis on honesty, genuineness, and vulnerability.
  • Diversity of tasks - different ways to utilize skills and strengths aside from individual or group therapy.
  • Encouragement and guidance on managing professionalism and the adjustment to new environments and tasks.