Clinical Staff


Clinical Staff Biographical and Specialty Information

Diane Edmond, LPC

Diane Edmond is a Masters Level Licensed Professional Counselor. She earned a BS in Psychology from Millersville University and a MS in Clinical Psychology also from Millersville University. She is a Masters Level Certified Addictions Counselor Diplomate. She has clinical experience working in a variety of settings including inpatient substance abuse, outpatient mental health, outpatient substance abuse, facilitating co-parenting seminars and the wraparound system. Diane has an eclectic approach with a strong emphasis on cognitive therapy and family systems. She has completed Level II EMDR training. She works with adults and children over the age of 8, and has done significant work with adolescents. Her areas of interest include depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, codependency, substance abuse, adult children of alcoholics and drug addicts, relationship issues, sexual abuse, gender issues, co-parenting and personality disorders.

Nancy Einsel, LPC

Nancy Einsel is a Masters Level Licensed Professional Counselor. She is a Christian with a Bachelors in Education and a Masters in Counseling. Her credentials also include being a Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselor, Certified Sex Offender Treatment Provider, Level III Brainspotting and Level II EMDR Counselor. Nancy has been practicing for over 18 years and specializes in counseling with a Christian point of view, most specifically with couples and families, trauma counseling, and sex offender treatment and assessment for individuals ages 15 to adult.

Virginia Leary Getz, LPC

Virginia Leary Getz is a Licensed Professional Counselor having earned a Bachelor’s degree in Child Development and a Master’s Degree in Counseling. She has been a Certified National Counselor since 1990. She gained her many years of experience in working with children, adolescents and their families in a variety of settings including inpatient, intensive outpatient, a college counseling center, an outpatient community mental health agency, a school setting and a hospital as a hospital chaplain. Virginia employs an eclectic client-centered approach utilizing her education in family systems, with a strong emphasis on cognitive behavioral therapy. Her clinical work includes working with individuals with eating disorders, a history of sexual victimization, substance abuse, gender issues, grief and loss, mood disorders and self-harming behaviors. She has a special interest in assisting children, adolescents and their families address behavioral, social and emotional issues in a way that increases effective communication, well-being, resilience and an appreciation for one another.

Debra Good, Lic. Psychologist

Debra Good is a Master’s Level Licensed Psychologist. She earned her master’s degree in clinical psychology at West Chester University. Early in her career, she worked at a domestic violence shelter and then in a community mental health center servicing clients with severe and persistent mental health disorders in a Partial Hospitalization Program. For more than 25 years, she has worked in an outpatient setting, treating issues related to the workplace, mood disorders (depression, anxiety, OOCD, anger management), adjustment disorders, life transitions, relationship issues, trauma (including abuse survivors and family of origin issues), low self-esteem, codependency and boundary-setting, and addictive disorders (drug and alcohol, spending, food, love, sex, and romance). Her approach to therapy is client-centered with an attempt to work collaboratively and draw upon the inner resources which exist within each person, utilizing an individualized approach. She draws from a range of theoretical backgrounds, including cognitive-behavioral, brief-solution focused, family systems and Ericksonian hypnotherapy.

Jessica Hart, Lic. Psychologist

Jessica Hart is a Masters Level Licensed Psychologist. Her educational background includes Bachelor and Masters Degrees in Psychology. She has over 25 years clinical experience working with children, adolescents, and their families on adjustment issues (e.g., separation/divorce, moving, etc.), ADHD and behavioral problems, depression, anxiety, and stress management issues. Jessica uses play therapy with pre-school and young elementary age children. Her therapeutic strategies are tailored to fit the developmental age of the child, the needs of the family, or the client’s individual needs. She works with adults who are experiencing anxiety, depression, relationship or work problems, post-traumatic stress, and abuse issues. She uses cognitive-behavioral strategies, relaxation training, guided imagery, and psycho-educational techniques in working with clients. Jessica has completed Level II EMDR Certification and uses EMDR with adults and children. In addition she also has been trained and uses Brainspotting with adults and children.

Amy K. Keisling, ASCW, LCSW

Amy Keisling is a Master’s level Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She earned a BA from Dickinson College and received a Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania. She is a Board Certified Diplomate and is a member of the Academy of Certified Social Workers, the National Association of Social Workers, and the World Professional Association for Transgender Health. A warm and engaging clinician with over 28 years in practice, she utilizes a blend of interpersonal and solution-oriented approaches to focus on adolescent and adult populations with depression, anxiety, and adjustment issues. She has significant experience in women’s health, including pregnancy-related concerns, postpartum depression, and relationship challenges. As a central focus of her practice, she offers support for LGBTQ issues and has extensive clinical and psychoeducational expertise in gender identity. Amy is strongly committed to facilitating quality transgender care that allows people to lead happy, healthy, and authentic lives.

 

Jennifer K. Olivetti, PsyD, Lic. Psychologist

Jennifer Olivetti is a doctoral level licensed psychologist. Her education includes a bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in women’s studies, a master’s degree in higher education, a master’s degree in clinical psychology and a doctoral degree in clinical psychology. She has over twenty years’ experience working with children, adolescents and adults including senior adults in community, educational, and clinical settings. She has experience working in hospital inpatient and outpatient settings, primary care offices, and private practice. She works with couples, families and individuals experiencing the effects of trauma, chronic illness, chronic pain, anxiety, and depression using Brainspotting, Mindfulness Based Cognitive-Behavioral therapy, guided imagery, somatic processing and yoga. Dr. Olivetti facilitates groups teaching mindfulness skills, time-management and goal setting skills, and coping skills for anxiety and depression.

 

Abra McClure-Kuniak, MSCP, LPC

Abra McClure-Kuniak holds a Master’s of Science in Counseling Psychology (MSCP) from Chatham University and is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Pennsylvania. She has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, couples, families, and geriatrics. Abra has worked in a variety of different settings including inpatient and outpatient neuropsychiatric assessment, outpatient community mental health, in home services such as Wraparound BHRS and Family Based, the school setting, and private practice. Abra is an eclectic therapist that utilizes a person centered, and strength based form of therapy derived from the Family Systems Model, as well as concepts from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Mindfulness techniques. Her clinical experience has allowed her to focus on diverse needs including trauma, substance abuse, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, personality disorders, adjustment issues, gender issues, sexual identity issues, grief and loss, sexual abuse and victimization, patterns of codependency, self-harming behaviors and ideation. Abra utilizes evidence based approaches to help clients to achieve their goals. She believes that individuals are the experts in their lives, but sometimes get “stuck” and need help “getting out”. Abra works with her clients to help them to access their strengths, and develop approaches that are centered on their personal objectives. Through this approach, the client is able to build their “tool box” by gaining “tools”, or skills, to help them move forward with the healthy life they desire.

 

Butch Romanoski, LCSW

Butch Romanoski is a Master’s level Licensed Clinical Social Worker. He received his BA in Psychology from the University of Delaware and also received a Master’s in Education in Counseling while being a graduate assistant coach for the football team. He then attended Columbia University in New York City where he received a Master’s in Social Work Administration. He worked in a community center in the South Bronx running groups and working on outreach for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder for the aftereffects of 9/11. Butch has experience working in residential programs, outpatient settings and supervising other Masters level clinicians. His primary target population is adolescent and teenage males but also works with adults. His approach is eclectic, focusing on finding practical solutions to the behavioral problems and psychological issues of the clients he works with. Butch’s area of interests includes oppositional defiant teens, transitional issues, family dynamics, depression, anxiety, and clients that self harm.

Kendra Trufahnestock, LCSW

Kendra Trufahnestock is a Master’s Level Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a warm, open, honest, client-directed style drawing from elements of insight-oriented, Gestalt, and mind/body work. She enjoys working with individuals and couples ranging from older teens to late adulthood. Kendra earned a BS in psychology from Messiah College and a MSW from Temple University, followed by passage of her license exam. Kendra joined New Passages in 2006 after 11 years of clinical experience including Rape Crisis/Domestic Violence Services, abnormal psychology services through Edgewater’s partial hospitalization program, and five years as therapist at Dickinson College’s Counseling Center. Kendra has worked successfully with clients presenting with a wide range of struggles including depression, anxiety, OCD, eating disorders, family of origin issues, GLBT issues, women’s issues, grief/loss, relationship issues, and survivors of childhood abuse.

Barbara Turk, PysD, LPC

Barbara Turk is a Doctoral Level Licensed Professional Counselor. She earned a Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. For over 25 years, Barbara has worked in a variety of clinical settings with individuals experiencing emotional, interpersonal, and social problems. Her clinical orientation is cognitive-behavioral within a mind-body context. She is trained in Level II EMDR and Brainspotting. Barbara enjoys working with individuals from age eight through late adulthood. She has specific clinical expertise and training in working with individuals who have experienced life trauma, grief/loss, chronic pain, life transitions, women’s issues, GLBT issues, workplace stress, anxiety and mood disorders, attachment and relational problems, parenting concerns, and weight problems. Barbara also performs gastric evaluations for a number of surgery centers.

Shanen Turk-Geller, LCSW

Shanen Turk-Geller is a Master’s Level licensed Social Worker with a specialty license in Clinical Social Work She earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology from the University of Pittsburgh and her Master’s in Social Work from Boston University. Shanen has over fourteen years experience in the practice of psychotherapy. She has worked with children, adolescents, and families in a number of settings including in-home treatment programs, partial hospital programs, outpatient community mental health, and private practice. Shanen has run numerous groups for children and adolescents in areas that range from social skills development to improving self-esteem. Her particular areas of interest include child and adolescent depression, anxiety, attention deficit disorder, trauma, issues related to families who are dealing with divorce, as well as a wide range of other emotional, behavioral, and adjustment-related issues.

Jane Yeatter, LPC

Jane Yeatter is a Master’s level Licensed Professional Counselor. She earned her Master of Human Services from Lincoln University and her Master of Science in Clinical Psychology from Millersville University. She is also a Certified Sexual Offense Treatment Provider since 1999. Jane worked in a variety of community-based settings, including treatment foster care, The Counseling Center at Dickinson College, and community-based sex-offense-specific treatment outpatient services. As a result of commitment to the prevention and reduction of sexual abuse, she began in the mid-80s to provide assessment and treatment to individuals, families, and groups of children and adolescents with sexual acting out and offending behaviors, as well as adults with sexual offending and addiction issues. Sex-offender-specific services for adults are approved through the PA Sex Offender Assessment Board. She works with children age 8 and older, adolescents, and adults to address a variety of behavioral, social, and emotional problems, including mood and anxiety disorders, prevention of sexual abuse, trauma and abuse, sexual identity/orientation, codependency, grief and loss, and life transitions. Jane utilizes an eclectic approach based in cognitive-behavioral therapy which builds individual strengths, abilities, and insights. She has been trained in Brainspotting to use with adults and children, and uses additional relaxation, psycho-educational, and mind/body interventions. Jane is also a clinical member of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers.