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Moravian College
Counseling Center

 Meet the Staff    

Counseling Staff  

Ron Kline | Director

Ron Kline, Ph.D. has been with Moravian College since 1993 as the Director of Counseling Services. Ron earned his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology at Lehigh University (1993), Masters of Arts in General Psychology at the University of Richmond (1980) and his Bachelor of Arts degree from Randolph Macon College in Psychology in 1971. Dr. Kline is responsible for providing direct counseling services to students; psychological consultation with faculty and staff; and the clinical and administrative supervision and administration of our interns and programs. Ron enjoys fly fishing, birding and gardening in his free time and is a Board Member of the Lehigh Gap Nature Center.


Tracy E. Hill | Associate Director

Tracy E. Hill, Ph.D., NCC, LPC recently joined Moravian College in 2015. Prior to this appointment, she was the Director at a clinic in Chester County; taught Psychology and Counseling at Penn, Drexel and PSU and was a school counselor for eleven years. Tracy earned her Ph.D. in educational psychology at Temple University (2010), her Masters in Counseling Psychology at West Chester University (2002) and her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at George Washington University (1985). She is currently responsible for supporting the Director, programs and policies and supervising staff counselors. When not working, Tracy writes children’s literature.


Rosemarie Williams | Outreach Coordinator & Staff Counselor

Rosemarie Williams, M.S, LPC. joined Moravian College as a Staff Counselor in August of 2015. Rosemarie earned her master’s degree in Clinical and Counseling Psychology from Chestnut Hill College and her bachelor’s degree (Psychology) from Penn State University. Rosemarie joins Moravian with her vast experience in outpatient, residential, psychiatric rehab, and family based settings. She has an interest in working with individuals who have a wide range of presenting problems and partners with clients in order to support their endeavors to implement change within their lives. In her spare time she enjoys outdoor activities, traveling, and photography.


Kelly Waechter | Staff Counselor

Kelly Waechter, MA, LPC, earned her Master’s Degree in counseling psychology from the University of Denver and bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, Indiana. The bulk of her counseling experience took place in Denver, Colorado where she worked with at-risk adolescents and people with chronic illnesses. Kelly is excited to be back in her home state of PA. Her counseling interests are vast but include using the mind/body connection and mindfulness to assist people through daily life challenges. On her free time she loves outdoor activities, practicing yoga, reading, and being with her family.


Melissa (Mel) Miller | Administrative Support Assistant

Melissa has been with Moravian for 5 years.  Starting part time in the International Studies office and then moving on to the Offices of Intercultural Advancement & Global Inclusion, to a full time position.  At the end of the Fall 2017 semester, Mel accepted a position in the Counseling Center Office, still also supporting the Intercultural Advancement Office.  She is looking forward to many years in the Counseling Center.  In her spare time Mel enjoys reading, warm weather, weekends at their family cabin at Lake Wallenpaupack, cooking for her family and spending time with family and friends.

Counseling Interns

Sarah Detrick / Intern

Sarah M. Detrick, MSW, LSW, is a returning Intern to Moravian’s Counseling Center this year.  She is currently working on her doctorate in Clinical Psychology, with a dual concentration in Forensic and Neuropsychology, from Fielding Graduate University, based out of Santa Barbara, CA.  She earned her Master of Social Work degree from Marywood University, in Scranton, PA.  Sarah has worked in an array of settings, from acute psychiatric care to crisis management, and currently supervises a school based program, which provides counseling to high risk students, K-12.  Firmly believing in the mind/body connection, Sarah focuses a lot of her study on the impact thoughts have on a person’s physical health, performance, and relationships. A ‘citizen of the world’, Sarah loves to travel, learn from, and experience other cultures.  Some of her favorite destinations have been Russia, Jamaica, and the Philippines.


Katherine Melo / Intern

Katherine Melo, Ed.S., M.S. is in the process of getting her doctorate in Counseling Psychology at Lehigh University. Katherine earned her Educational Specialist and Masters degrees in Mental Health Counseling as well as her Bachelors degree in Psychology from Florida State University. She is interested in working with clients from all backgrounds on multiple presenting problems and how those identities contribute to everyday life. In her spare time Katherine enjoys walking her dog, watching television and exploring Pennsylvania.