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Mark Allen Miles

Mark Allen Miles, Ph.D., Director of Clinical Services
Licensed Psychologist
University of Delaware (Clinical Psychology)

Raquel Bateman, PhD,  Training Coordinator and Staff Psychologist
Licensed Psychologist
University of Rochester (Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology)
Therapeutic Approaches: Dr. Bateman utilizes a variety of evidence-based practices in the field of Psychology. Specific interests include Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Mindfulness-Based Therapies. Dr. Bateman also has training in Psychodynamic Therapy.
Professional interests: Mood Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Eating Disorders
Professional Associations: American Psychological Association, Genesee Valley Psychological Association

Catherine (Kate) Buckley, MSW, Mental Health Therapist

Susan Chapel

Susan L. Chapel, M.A., Mental Health Therapist

Amy E. Rosechandler

Amy E. Rosechandler, M.S., LMHC
Mental Health Therapist

Antoinette (Toni) Gauthier, MSW, Clinical Intake Coordinator

Kayla M. Jackson

Kayla M. Jackson, MS, ATR-BC, LCAT
Clinical Intake Coordinator

Trevor Jones, MSW, Clinical Intake Coordinator

Bonnie Lambourn-Kavcic, PhD, Staff Psychologist

Donna Rubin, Clinical Director. NTID Psychological Services;


Jane Ruoff, Ph.D.., Staff Psychologist
Licensed Psychologist, Certified School Psychologist, Certified Focusing-Oriented Therapist
Emory University (Clinical Psychology, 1991)
Theoretical orientation: Psychodynamic / interpersonal
Professional interests:  Development across the lifespan, anxiety disorders including social anxiety and OCD, gender identity, animal-assisted therapy, mindfulness/stress reduction
Professional Associations:  American Psychological Association; Genesee Valley Psychological Association.
Anne M. Steider

Anne M. Steider, Ph.D., MBA, Assessment Coordinator and Staff Psychologist
Licensed Psychologist
Gallaudet University (Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology)
Rochester Institute of Technology (Masters of Business Administration)

Theoretical orientation: Dr. Steider employs a diverse range of evidence-based therapeutic approaches within the context of a biopsychosocial framework. Areas of interest are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Structural and Systems Therapy (Bowen). Professional Interests: Anxiety Disorders, Mood Disorders, Executive and Management Consulting, Adaptation of Treatment Modalities to Specialized Populations.

Professional Associations: American Psychological Association, Anxiety and Depression Association of America

Patrick Walsh Patrick Walsh, M.S., Mental Health Therapist
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
National Certified Counselor
SUNY Brockport (Counselor Education, 1983)
Theoretical orientation: Psychodynamic
Professional interests: Psychodynamic psychotherapy, eastern and western spirituality, meditation, loss and mourning
Rhea Zweifler Rhea Zweifler, M.S.W., Mental Health Therapist
SUNY Buffalo (Social Work, Certified Social Worker)
Theoretical orientation: Cognitive/Behavioral
Professional interests:

Front Office Staff

Pat Marini, B.A., Assistant to the Director/Financial Coordinator psm1586@rit.edu

Carol Thayer Carol Thayer, Staff Assistant

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