Clairalice Campini, Ph.D
Clinical interests include: Ethnic/cultural competency issues, insight-oriented therapy, psychodynamic therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, working with entire age range. Fluent in Spanish, Italian, French and English.
Anna Kessler Cordeiro, Ph.D.
Clinical interests include: Individual, family, couples and group therapy with children, adolescents and adults; women's issues; self-psychology; health psychology; consultation-liaison to medical clinics. Bilingual in English and Spanish.
Jorge Cuevas, PhD.
Clinical interests include: Cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy with individuals and couples, behavioral medicine, self-regulation interventions with psycho-physiological disorders, multicultural issues; coping with chronic illness. Bilingual in Spanish and English
Robyne Frankfort-Howard, Psy.D.
Clinical interests include: Individual child and adult psychotherapy; family and couples therapy; parent training; integration of psychodynamic, cognitive/behavioral and systems theory; short and long-term therapy models; post-traumatic stress disorder, grief and mourning, divorce/separation; health psychology; consultation to medical business and educational institutions.
Joanne M. May, Ph.D.
Clinical interests include: Psychotherapy with children, families and couples; sexual abuse/ incest/ trauma; consultation to social service and mental health agencies. Certified in Couples and Family Therapy.
Toby Perlman, Ph.D.
Clinical interests include: Working with deaf and hard-of-hearing children and adults; play therapy; integration of insight oriented and cognitive-behavioral therapy with adults. Bilingual in American Sign Language and English.
Elizabeth Rutha, Psy.D.
Clinical interests include: Psychotherapy across the age span; integrative practice; evidence-based practice; self-psychology; treatment of personality disorders; trauma; clinical supervision.
Denise Shaeffer, Ph.D.
Clinical interests include: Individual, family and group therapy; parent training; intensive outpatient services for adolescents; integration of cognitive-behavioral, developmental and systems theories.
Arin Stone, Psy.D.
Clinical interests include: depression, anxiety and working with victims of childhood abuse and neglect; helping parents and children to communicate and interact more effectively and pleasurably; prevention of intergenerational cycles of trauma and abuse