When you work with one of us, you work with all of us. We are a diverse team of therapists who partner together. Our collaborative approach of sharing knowledge and skills ensures the best possible outcomes.
- Director of Clinical Training
Ms. Hayden works with individuals, couples and families. Her areas of interest include working through the impact of trauma in all its forms as well as grief, loss and life transitions.
Ms. Earl graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Wellesley College, taught 4th grade in the Mississippi Delta through Teach For America and then earned a Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from The Family Institute at Northwestern University.
Ms. Zinaman's area of specialization encompasses working with toddlers, preschoolers and elementary school aged children and their families.
Ms. Rogers has worked with clients with eating disorders in many different settings, including a PHP and residential facility. She is very committed to continue working with clients that struggle with eating disorders and their recovery processes.
- Department Chair, Counseling Program (on campus & online)
- Clinical Professor
Dr. Baptiste, in practicing therapy, is not just "flying by the seat of [her] pants." Apart from being a therapist, she is also a mental health educator and scholar, and both her interventions and guidance are based in research science, while maintaining best practices. Ms.
- Director of Emerging Adults Program
- Clinical Lecturer
- Licensed Clinical Psychologist
As the clinical director of the Psychotherapy Change Project, Dr.
We have several satellite locations in addition to our four main facilities.