Psychiatric and Psychological Service’s strength lies in our diverse and professional staff. Our diversified staff consists of Psychologists, Licensed Independent Social Workers, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors, Master’s Level & Ph.D. Therapists, Certified Chemical Dependency Counselors, Educators. Each staff member is trained to treat general problems such as anxiety and depression. In addition, all staff members have extensive training and experience in their respective fields. All non-licensed therapists work under the supervision of a licensed psychologist.
Mental Health Therapists
David Zachau, MA, PCC-S,
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
Marital counseling, depression, psychological evaluations, sexual acting out problems, child custody evaluations, and forensic evaluations.
Alison Campbell, M.Ed., LPCC
Marriage and Family counseling, Sex Offenders, sexual abuse survivors, the LBGTQ population, the Probation Department helping Inmates with reentry into society, Depression, Anxiety, Grief, Personality Disorders, PTSD, OCD. Ages 13 and up.
Caroline Coreno, LPCC-S, ATR
Children, adolescents, and adults. Anxiety, depression, trauma, mood disorders, OCD, domestic violence, adjustment issues, grief/bereavement.
Suzann Dayka, MA, LSW, Social Worker
Suzann has over 30 years of experience as a social worker. She specializes in couples/marital therapy, treatment of depression, and problems related to trauma and grief. Suzann has much experience counseling families of chronically mentally ill patients, as well as problems related to post-divorce and blended families.
William DeFelice, M.Ed., LPCC-S, LICDC-CS
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
Extensive experience working with Dual Diagnosis patients (both mental health and chemical dependency). Have been in the field for 18 years.
Athena Dukes, M.Ed., PCC
Children, adolescents, couples, families, trauma/abuse, self injurious behavior, mood disorders, anxiety, behavior concerns, parenting issues.
Pamela Eltrich, MA, LISW-S
Improving child behavior, parenting, relationship issues, depression/anxiety, grief work including neonatal loss, life transition events, personal growth and well-being.
Paula Jacobson, M.S.S.A, LISW-S
Children, adolescent, and family, parenting issues, school behaviors, adult counseling, depression, anxiety, PTSD, life transitions, relationship issues, sexual abuse, adult survivors of sexual abuse, crisis intervention.
Jerome Kiffer**, MA, Psychology Assistant
Acute stress, problems of everyday living, young adults, adults, anxiety, depression, stress-related difficulties, major life changes, health, wellness, personal & executive coaching.
Hannah Martin, MSSA, LISW-S
Children, adolescents, adults, trauma, survivors of domestic violence, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, adjustment issues.
Megan Mericle, Psy.D., Clinical Psychologist
Adolescents and Adults. Anxiety, Trauma, Depression & Mood Disorders, Anger Management, Domestic Violence, Parenting, Personality Disorders, Psychosis, Adjustment Issues, Bereavement, and Chemical Dependency.
Rev. Heather Sherrill
Non-denominational Ordained Minister of Walking Prayer through Center for Sacred Studies, Individuals of all ages, families, couples, and groups with anxiety, stress management, depression, coping skills, self-esteem, and self-worth to improve one’s overall well-being.
Chemical Dependency Therapists
Rosezina Meadows, MA, N.C.C., PCC,
Fifteen years of experience in mental health as well as substance abuse, Individual and family therapy with adults and children. Extensive experience in group therapy, including I.O.P. and mental health groups.
Paula Srebala, AAS, BA, LSW,
Involved in the treatment of families, children, developmentally delayed individuals, adults recently released from incarceration, and at-risk adolescents. My work has primarily been in chemical dependency, facilitating Intensive Outpatient groups and offering individual chemical dependency counseling
* Mental Health Worker Supervisee
** Psychology Assistant