Tom Mounsey, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist with extensive experience working individually with clients dealing with trauma, anxiety, depression, addiction, and difficult life transitions, such as loss and adjustment to medical illness. Additionally, he has specializations in targeted treatments for eating disorders and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). His training has involved working with diverse populations across the lifespan, including veterans, older adults, and adolescents. He believes in a collaborative and empathic approach that is both practical and supportive.


His training is multifaceted and includes a variety of disciplines: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Psychodynamic Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).




Elyse D. Schunkewiz, LCSW is a psychotherapist and neuro-based movement coach. Through a true holistic lens, Elyse integrates a mind-body-brain approach to therapy in order to effectively change mindsets, overcome obstacles, create better habits, and reduce unwanted behaviors. She has specific expertise in treating anxiety and depression as well as coaching for executive functioning and ADHD problems and providing support for stress related to acute and chronic medical conditions.  Elyse completed her MSW at New York University, where she received clinical training both in the NYU Counseling Center and Department of Athletics. She spent over five years working at Bellevue Hospital in the psychiatric emergency room, mobile crisis unit, and inpatient psychiatry units. She's also dedicated the past five years and counting to studying and practicing applied functional neuroscience to gain a deeper understanding of how our neurology impacts both our mind and body functioning.


Kelly Skovron, LCSW is a psychotherapist specializing in the treatment of trauma/PTSD, childhood abuse, depression, anxiety, addiction, self-esteem issues, and life transitions. She believes that mental health can be improved and lives can be reclaimed through therapy that deepens your insight, helps you develop mindfulness, and explores the mind-body connections integral to the healing process. Trauma, depression, and anxiety can wreak havoc on your ability to live a fulfilling life, but when you identify how your problems today relate to events and patterns of the past, you can process the emotions that come with it, and challenge unhelpful thinking to gain a sense of agency, health, and self-regard. Kelly’s specialized training in EMDR plays a large part in providing therapy that is both effective and collaborative. She integrates psychodynamic principles, IFS, somatic experiencing tools, CBT, ACT, and DBT into her approach to treatment and offers specific EMDR and PE therapies for trauma and PTSD. Kelly completed her MSW at Rutgers University and has trained in community clinics, ER departments, mobile crisis units, and private group practices working with adults and adolescents.

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