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Sarah Adragna, PhD
Dr. Adragna is a Licensed Psychologist specializing in the treatment of adolescents and young adults. Her areas of clinical experience include depression, anxiety, trauma, self concept and identity development, body image, and relationship difficulties. She utilizes insight oriented, dynamic, supportive, and cognitive behavioral approaches, as well as DBT and mindfulness strategies.
Lisa Anllo, PhD
Dr. Anllo is a Licensed Psychologist whose primary specialty is in treating adults with marital/relationship problems and problems related to sexuality for which she has advanced post-doctoral training. She also specializes in treatment of emotional distress and sexual dysfunction in cancer survivors. Find out more about her qualifications and approach to treatment at: www.drlisaanllo.com
Michael Evola, LCSW-R
Michael Evola is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 30 years experience. He provides care to Adults and Couples. Areas of expertise include: depression, trauma, stress, relationship difficulties, self-esteem, and significant others of individuals experiencing substance or behavioral addictions. A sub-specialty is working with law enforcement and emergency services personnel. Michael's website is: www.michaelevola.com
Wendy Gottlieb-Sass, LCSW-R
Wendy Gottlieb-Sass is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker providing treatment for individuals over 18. She has advanced clinical training in individual psychotherapy from Smith College. Areas of interest are: depression and anxiety; relationship issues; family of origin and identity; women's issues; career/vocational problems; chronic illness; postpartum depression. Approach: client-centered, insight-oriented, and supportive therapies. IFS informed.
Renee Wert, PhD
Dr. Wert is a Licensed Psychologist specializing in treatment of adults with depression, anxiety disorders including phobias and obsessive-compulsive disorder, relationship problems, women's issues, traumatic life events, workplace stress, behavioral addictions or habits (spending, gambling, etc.), and family members of people experiencing substance or behavioral addictions. Approaches/strategies: Cognitive-behavioral, EMDR, mindfulness.