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At this practice, our mission is to help individuals, couples, and families live authentic, connected, and happy lives. Our work is focused on assisting clients in identifying and growing their unique set of strengths while learning the skills that research shows to be necessary for building healthy emotion regulation skills, balanced relationships, and the ability to thrive through challenge. We believe that every person holds within them the capacity to lead a life of joy and connection, and that helping clients fully realize this potential will create individual happiness, stronger families, and more peaceful communities.
We recognize that finding a therapist who understands your needs, works with you to identify your goals, and “just gets you” is important, but can be an intimidating process. At MQA, we work as a collaborative, multidisciplinary team, meeting on a weekly basis to discuss treatment approaches, learn from one another, and provide teaching and mentorship to the next generation. Click on each name to view that person’s bio and contact information.
A clinical psychologist holds a doctoral degree (either a PhD or PsyD) in psychology. They have completed 5-7 years of postgraduate work focusing on research, classwork, and hands-on clinical training. They will also have completed a postdoctoral fellowship, during which they complete additional clinically supervised work before passing a state licensing exam. The education of clinical psychologists focuses on diagnosing and treating behavioral and emotional concerns such as autism, relationship concerns, anxiety disorders, depression, AD/HD, behavioral disorders, PTSD, substance use, and eating disorders. Our clinical psychologists on staff are:
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselors
An LCPC holds a master’s degree in counseling psychology (or related field). They have completed 2 years of postgraduate classwork and internships that included hands-on clinical training, supervision, and didactic education. Additionally, LCPCs have passed national and state licensing exams after 2+ years of supervised clinical employment. They are trained to work holistically with children, adolescents, adults, families, and groups in treating emotional and behavioral concerns including depression, anxiety, AD/HD, autism, trauma, adjustment and relationship concerns. Our LCPCs on staff are:
Licensed Professional Counselor
A Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) hold a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology (or related field). They have completed coursework that ranges from counseling theory, legal responsibilities, individual appraisal, substance abuse, and more. They have completed at least one practicum or internship experience that included hands-on clinical training, supervision, and didactic education. Additionally, LPC’s have passed the national board for certified counselors examination. They are in the process of completing their supervised clinical work in order to become a licensed clinical professional counselor (LCPC). Our licensed professional counselors are supervised directly by LCPCs, and meet with their supervisor on a weekly basis in order to discuss the work they are doing with their clients. Our LCPs on staff are:
Morgan P. Black, M.A. LPC CYT
Jennifer Stec, MA, LPC
Dessie Stathopoulos, MA, LPC
Angela Iosue, LPC.
A Postdoctoral Fellow has completed 5-7 years of postgraduate work focusing on research, classwork, and hands-on clinical training, and has earned a a doctoral degree (either PhD or PsyD) in clinical psychology. They are in the process of completing their supervised clinical work within the context of a postdoctoral fellowship, and are studying for the state licensing exam. Our postdoctoral fellows are supervised directly by Dr. Quinn, which means that they meet with her on a weekly basis in order to discuss the work they are doing with their clients.
Sarah Seebold, PsyD, is completing her postdoctoral education at our clinic. She is supervised by Dr. Meaghan Cusack.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
A Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) holds a Master’s degree in social work. Their training will have focused on preparing them to provide both preventive and intervention-focused therapy and counseling services to clients presenting with a variety of concerns, in medical, private practice, and school settings. LCSW training places an emphasis on the importance of considering an individual’s environment when trying to understand their presenting concerns. LCSWs will have completed at least two years of supervised post-graduate clinical work, and have passed a state licensing exam. Our LCSWs on staff are:
Cara Triezenberg, MSW, LCSW
Gina Winiecki, MSW, LCSW
Daniel Jerez, MSW, LCSW
Margaret (Molly) Fitch, MSW, LCSW
Melissa Haberstroh, MSW, LCSW
Peter Hutcheon, MSW, LCSW
Marriage and Family Therapist
A Marriage and Family Therapist holds a Master’s degree in marriage and family therapy. They will have completed two years of graduate-level coursework, plus two years of supervised clinical experience. Marriage and family therapists are trained to view clients both as individuals coping with individual concerns, and as part of a web of interconnected relationships – and so, therapy will focus on helping a client improve their relationships as well as focusing on their internal processes.
Meghan Curtin, BA, and Kimberly Nguyen, BA, are doctoral level externs who are working toward earning their doctoratal degrees in clinical psychology. They are supervised by Dr. Mikiela Cobb and Dr. Meaghan Cusack.