Counseling Center Staff
Dr. J. Marshall Jenkins has served as Director of the Counseling Center since 1987. He received his bachelor of arts degree in philosophy from Davidson College in 1980 and his Ph.D. in counseling psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1986. He is a licensed psychologist who has been counseling college students since 1982. While he works effectively with a broad range of student concerns, he is especially interested in helping students with depression, stress, relationship issues, and spiritual concerns. Marshall is the author of two books, most recently A Wakeful Faith: Spiritual Practice in the Real World, and he has published numerous articles on Christian spirituality.
Terri Cordle joined the Berry College Counseling Center staff in August 2006 and is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a National Certified Counselor. She has worked in college counseling for ten years at several different colleges and universities in Georgia, most recently “down the street” at Shorter College. Terri earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Clemson University in South Carolina and her Master of Science degree in community counseling from Georgia State University. Her main goal when counseling is to assist students live healthy, balanced lives from a holistic point of view (mind, body, spirit). Terri enjoys playing with technology (such as her iPod Touch), being outdoors, and spending time laughing with family and friends. She resides in Armuchee with her husband and two sons.
Teresa Frazier is the Office Manager for the Counseling Center. She will most likely be your initial point of contact when you call or visit the center. Your comfort and privacy are her main concerns. Outside of work she spends most of her time near volleyball courts with her daughter who is a sophomore at Rome High. She enjoys playing tennis, being outdoors and spending time with family and friends.