Sharon Kopyc is a licensed clinical social worker offering behavioral healthcare services to residents in Kentucky, New York and Pennsylvania. She specializes in trauma, women’s issues, addiction, mood disorders and stress management utilizing the EMDR, mindfulness-based (MBCT) and structural family therapy methods, to name a few.

Sharon became interested in behavioral health care while in undergraduate school when she was drawn to courses in psychology and sociology and always had a keen interest in listening to people and helping them sort out their problems. She was encouraged to pursue a career in behavioral health care when those who she helped would thank her for being so supportive!

Sharon prefers a person-centered approach to care where she views her patient as an expert in their own life. This allows her to work directly with her patient to help facilitate a path to a happier and satisfying life.

She is also an author having just published Writing Measurable Outcomes in Psychotherapy with Oxford University.

“The struggle you’re in today is the strength you need for tomorrow.”

Marsha Caraway is a licensed mental health counselor and licensed professional counselor offering services to adults in New York and Texas. She has a variety of clinical interests; however, she specializes in relationship issues, anxiety disorders, depression and trauma. In her practice, Marsha’s philosophy of care is to get to know her patients. She believes the more “life” puzzle pieces that you have, the more the patients’ symptoms make sense.

Marsha’s interest in mental and behavioral health care developed in college. She had an excellent professor who kept her spellbound when she shared her experiences from Bellevue Mental Hospital in New York City.

Marsha has worked on 15 different military installations. She loves to chop and stack wood and loves train rides.

“When life begins to drag you down, just do the hokey pokey.”

Jocelyn Martinez is a licensed clinical social worker offering services to children, adolescents and adults in New Jersey and New York. She has a variety of clinical interests; however, she specializes in family therapy, parenting, communication issues and dialectical behavioral therapy. In her practice, Jocelyn’s approach to care is client-centered and is eclectic to individuals’ needs. She helps individuals focus on their strengths and values to help empower them throughout treatment. Jocelyn utilizes CBT, DBT, structural family therapy, journal therapy and solution-focused therapy. She would describe herself as warm, caring and supportive. Furthermore, she believes therapy promotes healing and growth within individuals and families and hopes to be an effective tool in helping people through their journey of healing.

Jocelyn’s interest in mental and behavioral healthcare developed naturally through her enjoyment in working with children. Through her studies, interactions, volunteer work and employment she recognized the value of becoming emotionally intelligent and wanted to empower, help and strengthen children and adults in need.

Jocelyn’s family and friends have said she is a philomath because she enjoys learning and studying. She hopes to pursue her Ph.D. in the near future. Jocelyn also enjoys journaling and has taken courses on it, and enjoys traveling to tropical places with her family.

“In diversity there is beauty and there is strength.” – Maya Angelou

Stephanie Nicolas is a licensed mental health counselor offering services to adults in New York. She has a variety of clinical interests; however, she specializes in homebound/chronic illness, self-esteem, anxiety, life transitions, medical illness and disease management. In her practice, Stephanie’s approach to care is eclectic with a foundation in person-centered, goal-oriented, and strength-based perspectives. She provides strength-based, client-centered, acute crisis assessment, intervention, referral and counseling to assist clients to overcome their life challenges. She also encourages her clients to tell their stories and tap into their individual strengths.

Stephanie’s interest in mental and behavioral health care stems from her long-time interest in psychology, the mind and the brain. In college, she pursued medicine and thought that she was going to become a doctor. However, during her undergraduate years, she became severely depressed, and her grades suffered terribly to the point where she was at risk of expulsion. She decided to change her major and studied psychology instead. After graduation, she received her degree in counseling and has never looked back.

Stephanie is a quadriplegic and proud Haitian American. She enjoys collecting motivational quotes in her spare time and has published a children’s book. She’s the oldest of three and orange is her favorite color.

“I am not what happened to me, I am what I choose to become.” – Carl Jung

Clinician Gender Identity: Female

Clinician Racial/Ethnic Identity: African American

Language(s): English

Treatment Age Range: 18+

Treats:

Anger Management

Anxiety Disorders

Career Guidance

Depression

Gender Identity and Dysphoria

Homebound Illness

LGBT Issues

Life Transitions

Marital and Premarital

Medical Illness/Disease Management

Relationship Issues

Self Esteem

Stress Management

Peer Relationships

Treatment Modalities:

Adlerian

Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)-focused

Dialectical (DBT)-focused

Eclectic

Emotionally Focused

Family/Marital

Multicultural

Narrative

Person-Centered

Positive Psychology

Rational Emotional Behavior (REBT)

Solution Focused Brief (SFBT)

Strength-Based

 

Wendy Fiol is a licensed clinical social worker offering services to children, adolescents and adults in New York. She has a variety of clinical interests; however, she specializes in adolescent therapy, marriage and relationship counseling, mood disorders and women’s issues and health. In her practice, Wendy believes that everyone deserves and is entitled to happiness. She understands that everyone’s happiness may look different but believes that if a person can build a rapport of trust and security, then they can ultimately work through any issues to achieve their happiness.

Wendy’s interest in mental and behavioral health care began early on. At the age of 15, she decided that she wanted to become a social worker in order to help people. She would see how her school counselor would help her classmates and wanted to be able to do the same. As she researched and learned about a career in social work her passion grew, and she felt an added desire to reach individuals with especially complex struggles with their mental health. Wendy believes that her respectful, non-judgment approach and genuine concern and desire for each of her clients’ happiness and well-being is what allows her to help clients tackle some of their most oppressive and inhibiting obstacles.

Wendy loves dogs and believes in their therapeutic qualities. She loves home DIY renovation projects and rarely feels any project is too big to take on, which sometimes gets her into some precarious situations. Wendy is very proud of being a social worker; she loves the values and goals of the profession and shares her passion for her work with others.

You can never judge someone until youve walked in their shoes but since you can never truly walk in another person’s shoes, you can never judge them.

Mohammed Mazharuddin is a board-certified psychiatrist offering services to adult residents in New York. He has a vast array of clinical interests; however, his specializations are anxiety disorders, addiction, and men’s issues and health. In his practice, he believes in a holistic approach; integrating nutrition, exercise, supplements, and behavioral interventions to establish a comprehensive treatment plan along with traditional psychopharmacological interventions when necessary.

Mohammed’s interest in mental and behavioral health care started in college, where he minored in psychology. Taking cognitive and abnormal psychology helped shape his understanding of the human mind and carries this knowledge with him today.

Mohammed spent a portion of his medical school clinical rotations studying in England. He spent his residency working in a state mental hospital which gave him a unique professional experience. He enjoys hiking and has developed a keen interest in forest therapy.

“Do the difficult things while they are easy and do the great things while they are small. A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.” – Lao Tzu

 

Nena Forshee is a licensed clinical social worker offering services to child, adolescent and adult residents in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. She specializes in anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder and adolescent and early adulthood therapy. Nena’s philosophy of care is centered around the belief that the most important part of providing care is understanding where patients are in their mental health journey and meeting them at that point. She enjoys taking a collaborative approach with clients to determine how they will work together in meeting their set goals.

Nena’s interest in mental and behavioral healthcare stems from her innate passion for helping others. She took a strong interest in mental health in high school which continued into college. She began working with children and adolescents in a residential program, where she became increasingly interested in diagnostic evaluations and different treatment models for therapy. Nena then went on to pursue her master’s in social work.

Last year Nena explored Europe visiting Ireland, France and England. She is extremely family oriented and her favorite place to be is on the beach listening to the ocean.

The world breaks everyone and afterward many are strong at the broken places…” – Ernest Hemingway

Rachel Khan-McCroy is a licensed clinical social worker offering services to adult residents in New York and New Jersey. She has a vast array of clinical interests; however, her specializations are trauma and abuse, addiction, post-partum issues and mood disorders. In her practice, her philosophy of care is that all people are important, and no feelings are wrong. Rachel’s goal as a clinician is to be a source of support and a place where individuals can feel secure and safe to discuss feelings. She believes that everyone is capable and able to achieve their goals of interpersonal growth through a strength-based approach. She incorporates elements of mindfulness, CBT and conflict resolution.

Rachel’s interest in mental and behavioral healthcare stems from personal experiences. Rachel had a relative who suffered from a TBI and developmental issues. As a teenager, a friend of hers committed suicide and another friend was murdered by her father in a domestic violence incident. Through these experiences, she realized that access to mental health care can be extremely difficult to find and due to this wanted to become a clinician to help. She believes that if more people felt heard and understood then there would be less violence and suicide, and overall, more life satisfaction.

Rachel enjoys writing, is one of five children, and has been a vegetarian since she was 11 years old.

Joshua Taffet is a licensed clinical social worker offering services to adult residents in New York, New Jersey and Florida. He has a vast array of clinical interests; however, he specializes in depression, relationship issues and life transitions. His approach to therapy is personalized, client-centered and emotionally focused. Joshua aims for patients to feel completely heard, understood and on a clear path toward their goals. His philosophy of care emphasizes the healing power of the therapeutic relationship. He has worked with hundreds of adults and couples to identify the root of their issues so they can move forward on a happier, more fulfilling path.

Joshua’s interest in mental and behavioral healthcare started at an early age, people would tell him that he was an excellent listener and helped bring clarity to their challenges. It wasn’t until he saw a therapist himself, who helped him navigate his life challenges, that he realized he wanted to become a licensed therapist. In his opinion, there is no greater gift than helping people live their most fulfilled life.

Joshua absolutely loves Hawaii, has been there five times and is planning his sixth trip. He was a speaker at “Advocating for Our Patients” at the Fifth Annual Urban Mental Health Conference at Rutgers in Newark, NJ, and has adopted three rescue cats.

“Difficult roads often lead to beautiful destinations.” – Zig Ziglar

Clinician Gender Identity: Male

Clinician Racial/Ethnic Identity: White

Language(s): English

Treatment Age Range: 18+

Treats:

Anxiety Disorders

Codependency

Depression

LGBT Issues

Life Transitions

Relationship Issues

Self Esteem

Stress Management

Treatment Modalities:

Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)-focused

Humanistic

Integrative

Interpersonal

Person-Centered

Angela Sorensen is a licensed clinical social worker offering services to child, adolescent and adult residents in New York. She has a vast array of clinical interests; however, her specializations are child and adolescent therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma and abuse. In her practice, her approach is a positive psychology approach. She believes in focusing on patient’s strengths, capabilities and problem-solving abilities. Angela also believes that the therapeutic rapport between her and her patients is crucial and foundational to the work they will do together. She understands that at times we can get stuck in the hardships of life and need help in the journey of healing. Additionally, she takes a patient-centered approach where patient’s pick their goals and what they would like to work on, and together they work on them.

Angela’s interest in mental and behavioral healthcare started at an early age. As a child, she was always the “mediator” in difficult situations between friends and family. She enjoyed helping others see differing perspectives, find peace and value their relationships. And in adulthood, one of her undergraduate professors who saw her strengths encouraged her to pursue a career in behavioral health.

Angela is an adoptive parent. She adopted her daughter when she was 15 years old from the foster care system. Angela loves to travel to tropical places, loves Jamaica, loves the outdoors, biking and kayaking.

“Be the change that you wish to see in the world.” –Mahatma Ghandi

Age Range: 8+

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