Dr. Lisa Mazzio, Psy.D., LCP
Dr. Lisa Mazzio is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and has received both a Doctorate and Masters degree in Clinical Psychology from the Clinical Psychology program at Regent University. Dr. Mazzio has been providing clinical services to adults and children for more than ten years in various settings, including: outpatient, inpatient, and group settings in clinics, hospitals and universities. She is an engaging and dynamic therapist who values cognitive behavioral and solution-focused treatment. Dr. Mazzio treats a wide range of clinical concerns including mood disorders, addictions, personality disorders, relationship issues, parenting challenges, family conflict, trauma, and grief and loss. Additionally, Dr. Mazzio provides a range of psychological assessment services including diagnostic clarification and psychoeducational assessment.
Ruthie Weiglein, Ms.Ed., LPC, RPT
Ruthie Weiglein is a Licensed Professional Counselor and holds a Masters degree from Old Dominion University in Clinical Mental Health. Additionally, she is a Registered Play Therapist and has specialized training in the area of maternal and postpartum mental health. Ruthie is a creative and engaging therapist and is equipped to treat mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, trauma, parenting and child behavioral issues, grief/loss, relationship and family issues. Ruthie enjoys using dynamic, interactive and developmentally appropriate forms of engaging with her clients that facilitates growth and healing.
Erin McMenamin, M.S., CRNP, RIT.
Erin McMenamin is a Resident in Social Work and holds a Masters degree in Social Work from The University of Southern California. She also has training in play therapy. Erin's therapeutic style focuses on the client's innate strengths as the starting point for creating the resilience they need to handle life's problems. She works with children, teens, and adults to manage depression, anxiety, and the effects of trauma. Erin's passion is working with the military population to address the challenges individuals, couples, and families often face in this unique community.