Natalie Roncallo is a board-certified psychiatrist offering services to adolescents and adults in Colorado, Florida and Pennsylvania. She has a variety of clinical interests; however, she specializes in bipolar disorders, anxiety disorders, depression, stress management, trauma and PTSD. In her practice, Dr. Roncallo’s philosophy of care is centered around the belief that giving patients room to feel comfortable and speak, in what can be a very vulnerable experience, should be of utmost importance. As she educates and guides patients through their treatment, she also finds it important that patients take an active role in their treatment as well.

Dr. Roncallo became interested in mental and behavioral health care early on in her medical training when she realized mental health care encompasses all fields of medicine and is a strong determinant in patient success. She feels grateful for having the privilege of assisting patients in improving their mental health, and in turn, other aspects of their lives as well.

Dr. Roncallo has an Australian Shepherd and a Yorkshire Terrier. Her favorite hobby is Olympic weightlifting. She loves reading, listening to audiobooks and learning new things.

“The mind is just like a muscle – the more you exercise it, the stronger it gets and the more it can expand.” – Idowu Koyenikan

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.”

Vanessa Norris is a licensed clinical social worker offering services to adult residents in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. She has a variety of clinical interests; however, she specializes in medical and health issues, relationships, mood disorders and anxiety disorders. Vanessa believes in understanding and honoring her patients’ individual attributes and needs and tailoring treatment accordingly. While her training is mostly in psychodynamic therapies, she incorporates elements of other approaches into treatment including cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy and problem focused therapy.

Vanessa’s interest in mental and behavioral health care began after working on Wall Street for three years. She realized that she was much more of a “people person” and decided to go back to school to earn her master’s degree in social work.

Vanessa is originally from New York. She has a daughter, a son, and a Boston Terrier puppy. Her favorite hobbies include gardening and cooking.

“Life isn’t about surviving the storm but learning to dance in the rain.”

Michele Leader is a licensed clinical social worker offering services to children, adolescents and adults in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. She has a variety of clinical interests; however, she specializes in child and adolescent therapy, stress management, effective communication, career guidance and post-traumatic stress disorder. Michele’s philosophy of care is that one needs to develop positive support systems and relationships, strengthen established skills, gain new skills, be open to self-assessment, evaluate pros and cons of situations and issues, be willing to try new activities, be kind to one’s self and define and work towards a specific goal. Michele’s goal is to influence and support her clients’ growth and help them through any challenges they may face.

Michele volunteers at local animal rescues. She’s been a member of The National Association of Social Workers since 1990 and loves most types of music.

Michelle Singleton is a licensed clinical social worker offering services to children, adolescents and adults in Colorado, Florida, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. She has over 15 years of experience working with individuals across the life span. Michelle has a vast array of clinical interests; however, her specializations are anxiety, depression, emotional regulation and adjustment disorders. In her practice, Michelle provides a supportive, encouraging and compassionate approach to assist individuals in managing life’s struggles and challenges.

Michelle’s interest in mental health care developed at the start of her college career with her focus and desire to help people of all ages with life stressors and connect them with resources within their communities.

Michelle enjoys continuing education, beach and camping trips, pets, and spending time with family and friends. She attended a Women’s March and attended college as an adult student.

“We can complain because the rose bushes have thorns or rejoice because the thorn bushes have roses.” – Abraham Lincoln

“Life doesn’t get easier or more forgiving; we get stronger and more resilient.” – Dr. Steve Maraboli

Ashley B. is a licensed clinical social worker offering services to children, adolescent and adult residents in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. She has a vast array of clinical interests; however, her specializations are obsessive-compulsive disorders, depression, and anxiety disorders. She also specializes in trauma and abuse of veterans, and victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking.

Kelly Wood is a licensed clinical social worker offering services to adult residents in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. She has a vast array of clinical interests; however, she specializes in trauma and PTSD, mood disorders, LGBTQ issues, life coaching and anxiety disorders. In her practice, Kelly’s philosophy of care is to help others become aware of their thinking and to help them realize that they are not their thoughts. She assists individuals in developing inner awareness via the senses for grounding in order to heal past wounds.

Kelly’s interest in mental health care stems from her desire to empower others to empower themselves.

Kelly received training in MBSR from Integrative Medicine at Jefferson. She has done stand-up comedy and loves Broadway musicals.

“If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.” Wayne Dyer

Clinician Gender Identity: Female

Clinician Racial/Ethnic Identity: White

Language(s): English

Treatment Age Range: 18+

Treats:

Addiction

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Anger Management

Anxiety Disorders

Behavioral Disorders

Bipolar Disorder

Codependency

Depression,

LGBT Issues

Life Coaching

Mood Disorders

Relationship Issues

Self Esteem

Stress Management

Substance Abuse

Dependence and Addiction

Trauma and PTSD

Coping Skills

Sleep or Insomnia

Spirituality

Grief Counseling

Substance Use

Treatment Modalities:

Acceptance and Commitment (ACT)

Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)-focused

Compassion Focused

Mindfulness-Based (MBCT)

Motivational Interviewing

Positive Psychology

Solution Focused Brief (SFBT)

Somatic

Strength-Based

Trauma Focused

Duke Ruktanonchai is a board-certified psychiatrist offering services to child, adolescent and adult residents in Pennsylvania and Texas. He has a vast array of clinical interests; however, his specializations are attention deficit hyperactivity disorders, anxiety disorders, autism spectrum disorders, mood disorders, psychopharmacology and wellness and health promotion.

Duke sees himself as a guide and advisor for each person he cares for. Decisions on treatment involve careful discussions, and decisions are made collaboratively.

Duke’s interest in mental health care stems from having always found the mind as being the most fascinating part of a person. He aims to treat the whole person, not just a specific organ or part. For him, caring for the whole person involves the mental, physical, spiritual and emotional components of a person.

Duke loves spicy food – all spicy food but especially Thai. He did a CDC fellowship in public health and is a big college basketball fan.

“Everything you want is on the other side of fear.” – George Addair

Kimberly Clark is a licensed clinical social worker offering services to children, adolescent and adult residents in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. She has a vast array of clinical interests; however, her specializations are anxiety, depression, parenting, family counseling and couples counseling. In her practice, her philosophy of care is strength-based with some CBT.

Kimberly’s interest in mental health developed during her first-year nurse residency experience. She encountered many individuals who came into the hospital with a variety of mental health issues and concerns, seeking help but unfortunately, the adequate mental health resources were not available for them.

When Kimberly retires she would like to either travel the U.S. living in a camper or move to London and continue practicing mental health care. Kimberly was ambidextrous until the 1st grade and is a huge horror buff; she likes to read horror books, watch horror movies, and listen to scary podcasts.

“When people show you who they are believe them the first time.” Maya Angelou

Sunny Lee-Park is a licensed clinical social worker offering services to children, adolescent and adult residents in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. She has a vast array of clinical interests; however, her specializations are behavioral disorders, bipolar disorder, substance use disorder and addiction, and trauma and abuse. In her practice, Sunny believes in a holistic approach to care. A person is more than a list of problems or accomplishments. Each person, no matter how flawed, possesses strength and goodness. She sees a fundamental part of her job as giving recognition to and helping to nurture those forgotten aspects of an individual.

Sunny’s interest in mental health care stems from seeing how many people suffer from treatable disorders. They just do not know whether they can be helped or who to talk to about their difficulties. She aims to be the caring, compassionate and approachable person that helps individuals on their journey to wellness.

Sunny lived in France for eight months and wishes she spoke better French, and she has to remind herself that her dogs do not understand everything she tells them. Additionally, although she is of Korean heritage, Sunny does not like K-pop (Korean pop music).

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