Annmarie Legge, LMHC (ext 430)
If you find yourself regularly feeling anxious, down, scared, or hopeless in your day-to-day life, I can help. Whether you are struggling with your mood, or you are dealing with issues associated with infertility, life transition, or trauma, we will do what it takes to decrease your symptoms of anxiety and depression. Together, we will work through whatever challenges you are facing so that you can live a happier and more satisfying life.
My areas of expertise include: depression, anxiety, infertility, life transitions and trauma. We will work best together if you are motivated to feel better and resolve the situations that may be holding you back.
It would be a privilege to work hard with you to help you in achieving your goals to live a more satisfying life.
Insurances: Fidelis and Private Pay
Kristen Misuraca, LMHC (ext 422)
General Practice: Individual counseling for adults (18+) who are struggling with depression, stress management, anxiety, mood disorders, self-control skills, adjustment disorders, self-esteem, relaxation skills, trauma, and spirituality issues. Reiki services available. Utilizing CBT, motivational interviewing, mindfulness, solution-focused therapies, meditation and parenting.
Insurances: Aetna, BCBS, Fidelis and
Lisa Burgio, LMHC (ext 421)
General Practice: Children, adolescents and adults. Postpartum depression, women's issues, interpersonal issues, depression and anxiety, mood disorders, grief and loss, and stress management. Utilizing cognitive behavioral therapy, solution focused therapy and mindfulness..
Insurances: BCBS (out of network), Fidelis, IHA (out of network), and Private Pay
Tessa Kirst, LMHC (ext 445)
General Practice: Individual and family counseling for children, adolescents and adults. Anxiety, depression, mood disorders, ADHD, self-esteem issues, adjustment disorders and stress management. Parent/child relationships, family therapy, parenting issues and health & wellness issues. Utilizing cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, mindfulness, solution-focused therapies and parenting.
Insurances: BCBS (out of network), Cigna, Fidelis, IHA (out of network), ValueOptions and Private Pay
Barbara Erick, LCSW-R (ext 420)
General Practice: Anxiety, depression, PTSD. Adults, families and couples therapy. Substance abuse, domestic violence victims, ACOA and codependency issues. Clinical supervision for therapists seeking licensure and certification.
Insurances: BCBS, CIGNA, Fidelis, IHA, Medicare, United Healthcare, Univera, and Private Pay
Jennifer Przynosch, LCSW-R (ext 438)
General Practice: Treating individuals and couples for mood disorders, PTSD and trauma, self-harm, grief and loss, relationships, recovery from addictions, and co-dependency. Utilizing CBT, DBT, EMDR, mindfulness and solution-focused therapy.
Insurances: BCBS, IHA, Medicare/Medicaid, Univera, most national plans and Private Pay
Amanda Brennan, LMHC CASAC (ext 431)
General Practice: Individuals and families suffering from additions: specializing in opiate dependence. Children, adolescents, adults and families addressing depression, anxiety, stress management, self-esteem and related issues. Utilizing cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance & commitment therapy, mindfulness and insight oriented therapy
Insurances: Aetna, Fidelis, BCBS, IHA (out of network) and Private Pay.
Nicole Cornell, LMHC (ext 440)
General Practice: Treating adults and adolescents with anxiety, depression, life transitions, PTSD, trauma/grief, and stress management. I utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical behavioral therapy, mindfulness & solution-focused therapy. Insurances: Fidelis and Private Pay
Tracy Sherman, LMHC (ext 410)
General Practice: Treating adolescents and adults for anxiety, depression, trauma and relationship concerns. Utilizing CBT, DBT, person centered therapy and EMDR.
Insurances: Aetna, American Behavioral, Coventry, BCBS (out of network), Fidelis, First Health, IHA (out of network), Tricare, UBH and Private Pay
"a place for healing and growth..."
Dan Lawson, LMHC CASAC (ext 418)
I transform marriages and families. When working with couples, I remember that the couple was once in love, happy, and very close. They were once at a place where they dreamed together about their future. As a couple’s therapist, I am not just a mediator. I function to assist the couple remember who they are. They are still the people they fell in love with. I want the couple to see that the things that originally allowed them to fall in love, are still present. By focusing our attention on what the relationship was like when the individuals were happiest, we begin to see a path that can guide each member of the relationship back to an experience where hope and happiness were present. In creating more hope, we open to doorway to possibility. A possibility to a future where there is no problem.
Serving clients via telephone and secure video counseling services to ensure their therapy needs are met during the pandemic crisis.
Insurances: BCBS (out of network), IHA (out of network), Palladian EAP and Private Pay
The following is a listing of the Behavioral Health Counselors; all in Private Practice with offices here at
The Counselor's Corner!
Deborah Legge, PhD CRC LMHC (ext 406)
General Practice: Individuals with chronic anxiety and mood disorders, PTSD and other trauma-related issues, borderline personality disorder, life transition, grief and loss. Utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy, and Insight-Oriented Therapy.
Insurances: BCBS (out of network), IHA (out of network) and Private Pay
The Counselor's Corner
DiMario Bell, LMHC-P (ext 442)
General Practice: individual and family counseling. Managing lifestyle change, adjustment disorders, parent/child relationships and substance use disorder. Chronic illness, depression, anxiety, trauma (youth & teens), adjustment disorders, and stress management utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, solution focused therapy, and mindfulness training to help my clients rediscover their true light and to find some balance and healing in the process.
Sometimes all that is needed is a conversation, or an ear, to make things okay again. I would be honored if you will allow me to help you take the first step towards wellness!