Professional Staff

Mark B. Whitehill, Ph.D. graduated summa cum laude from Hamilton College (Clinton, New York, class of ’76), where he majored in Psychology and minored in French. He completed graduate work in clinical psychology at the University of Pittsburgh (M.S., 1978; Ph.D., 1986), before completing an APA-approved internship (1981-1982) through the Bureau of Program Services of the State of Wisconsin Division of Corrections. Dr. Whitehill completed post-doctoral training while working under contract for the State of Alaska Department of Corrections. In May 1987 Dr. Whitehill re-located to Washington State to join an established forensic practice. He holds contracts with the State of Washington Division of Children and Family Services to evaluate parents whose children are dependents of the state, and with the Department of Social and Health Services allowing for the assessment and treatment of sexually dangerous persons. He is a Licensed Psychologist (PSY 1200), Certified Sex Offender Treatment Provider (FC 35), and a Developmental Disabilities Professional [as defined in RCW 71.05.020(12)]. C.V. of MBW

Vincent T. Gollogly, Ph.D. is a Licensed Psychologist (PSY 2233) and Certified Sex Offender Treatment Provider (FC 145) who has been working in the field of rehabilitation, addictions, domestic violence, and sex offender treatment for over 20 years. In Alaska, he has operated licensed outpatient counseling centers for alcohol and poly-substance dependent clients in Anchorage, Fairbanks and Kenai. He was the Clinical Director at the Special Commitment Center in Steilacoom, Washington, responsible for twenty-five clinical staff who evaluate and treat sexually violent predators. He has undertaken sexually violent predator evaluations and annual reviews of treatment progress of sexually violent predators; and he has developed sex offender treatment programs for this population. At present, he runs sex offender treatment groups and evaluates clients for sexual dangerousness, need for sexual deviance treatment, and amenability to Washington State’s Special Sexual Offender Sentencing Alternative (SSOSA), allowing for community based treatment and probation supervision as an alternative to long-term confinement. He also conducts psychological evaluations for parental fitness; deferred prosecution for clients with mental health and substance abuse problems; and competency and criminal responsibility assessments. As a forensic psychologist Dr. Gollogly has testified as an expert witness in Federal and State Superior courts.

Paula G. van Pul, M.A. graduated from Gonzaga University in 1978 with a major in Psychology and Criminal Justice and in Police Science Administration. In 1995 she obtained a Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Texas at El Paso after completing an internship at the Federal Correctional Institution-LaTuna in Anthony, Texas. Ms. van Pul has experience conducting in-home therapy with families in crisis. She has also worked with sexual offenders at Washington’s Special Commitment Center, developing the Special Needs Program and assisting in the development of programming at the Secure Community Transition Facility. Ms. van Pul is currently employed at the Center for Forensic Services of Western State Hospital, working with severely mentally ill offenders. She is also enrolled in the Psy.D. program in clinical psychology at Capella University. Ms. van Pul is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LH 6828) and Certified Sex Offender Treatment Provider (FC 207).

Richard MacLeod, M.S.W. earned his Bachelors and his Masters of Social Work from the University of Washington. He has 25 years of mental health experience working with people in crisis, including ten years of experience as a mediator, ten years working with sexually dangerous persons, and five years in family counseling. Mr. MacLeod is certified as a general, family and small group mediator, and has taught mediation to students at all levels of instruction as well as to various professional groups. In addition, Mr. MacLeod is a Certified Parenting Instructor who has taught parenting classes through Pierce College for three years as well as the court-mandated curriculum, What Kids Need through Divorce, for the past four years. Specialty areas of interest include critical incident stress debriefing, life transitions, grief work, employment burnout, and marriage and family counseling. Mr. MacLeod is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (Lic. 7135) and an Affiliate Sex Offender Treatment Provider (AF 156).

Holsey Satterwhite, Ed.D. graduated from Albany State University (GA) in 1989 with a major in Criminal Justice. He obtained a Master’s Degree in Guidance Counseling from City University in Bellevue, Washington, in 1995, and a Masters of Social Work in 2002 from the University of Washington, Seattle. Dr. Satterwhite earned a doctorate in counseling psychology from Argosy University, Seattle. Dr. Satterwhite has worked in the social service field since 1989, and for Washington state’s Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) since 1995. During his career he has held a variety of social work and management positions. His experience includes working as a CPS and CWS Worker, CPS and CWS Supervisor, and Program Manager. At DSHS, he has worked in field offices, a regional office, and the DSHS Headquarters in Olympia. Dr. Satterwhite is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LH4442) and performs clinical and forensic assessments as well as individual and group therapy.

Dr. Chris Rebholz, Psy.D. earned her Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Brown University. She worked for 20 years in the computer industry, primarily in product management, strategic management, and engineering management. In 2013 Dr. Rebholz earned a doctorate in clinical psychology from Antioch University, Seattle. Her background in the scientific method generated a specific interest in working with high-functioning people on the autism spectrum; her dissertation topic was on workplace issues of people with high-functioning autism. Dr. Rebholz is a licensed psychologist who performs clinical and forensic assessments and individual and group therapy. She is also an Affiliate Sex Offender Treatment Provider (ASOTP), working towards full ASOTP licensing under the supervision of Mark B. Whitehill, Ph.D., and Paula van Pul, Ph.D.