Lauren is a Master’s Level Therapist in the JFS Mental Health Fellowship Program. Lauren completed her Master’s of Science degree in Community Counseling and attended the University of Delaware and Wilmington University. She has also obtained her National Certified Counselor (NCC) certification.

In her free time, Lauren enjoys cooking, party planning, yoga, and camping with friends and family. She also lived in Korea for 11 years!

 

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A lifelong resident of Delaware, Mary is happy to be doing work that she loves. Mary earned her Master of Social Work from Widener University, and her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Washington College. 

Mary will be pursuing her LCSW in the fall. In the meantime, she will be working with individuals and groups.  

Mary is a proud dog mom to “super-dog” and Jack Russell mix, Tito. In her spare time, she loves listening to true crime podcasts and going to the beach, trying out new restaurants, baking, shopping, and watching movies.  

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Liz is a Master’s Level Therapist in the JFS Mental Health Fellowship Program. She completed her Master’s of Social Work degree at the Temple University and her Bachelor’s in Sociology at Washington College.

Liz has three children- Robbie, Lilly, and Oliver. Her hobbies include drawing/sketching, exercise, sports, socializing, and traveling. He first thought when she wakes up in the morning is normally, “It’s showtime.”


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Katie is a Master’s Level Therapist in the JFS Mental Health Fellowship Program. She completed her Master’s of  Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with an Emphasis in Childhood and Adolescence Disorders degree at Grand Canyon University and her Bachelor’s in Psychology at Liberty University.

Katie has two dogs. In her free time, she enjoys baking, reading, attending Flyers games, and spending time with family and friends. One fun fact about Katie is that she used to play ice hockey.

 

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Laura is a Master’s Level Therapist in the JFS Mental Health Fellowship Program.

Laura completed her Master’s of Social Work degree at the University of Pennsylvania and her Bachelor’s in Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of Maryland. She also obtained her LMSW in the state of Maryland.

Laura has two cats and enjoys swimming, biking, reading, and volunteering in her free time. A fun fact about her is that she once delivered a baby, and it was terrifying.

 

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Ana is a Master’s Level Therapist in the JFS Mental Health Fellowship Program. She completed her Master’s of  Social Work degree at Salisbury University and her Bachelor’s in Human Services with minors in Women and Gender Studies and Domestic Violence Prevention and Service at the University of Delaware. Ana is also a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) in Delaware as of July 2022 and is a Domestic Violence Specialist (DMS), which was accredited by the Delaware Coalition Against Domestic Violence in 2020 and is renewed every two years.

Ana is a first-generation college and graduate student, and is the proud older sister and daughter of Mexican immigrants. She bicultural and bilingual (Spanish-speaking fluency – native).

In her free time, Ana enjoys nature walks, learning new skills (currently trying to learn to sew), playing video games on her Nintendo Switch, painting landscapes, watching horror movies, Studio Ghibli, and anime. One fun fact about her is that she watched the sunrise at Rehoboth Beach on New Year’s Day to celebrate the start of 2023.

 

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Lucinda is a Master’s Level Therapist in the JFS Mental Health Fellowship Program. Lucinda completed her Master’s of Social Work degree and attended Morgan State University and Fordham University.

Lucinda is a widow and has one child and three grandchildren. In her free time, she enjoys doing puzzles and word finders.


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Neyssa is a passionate, dedicated Community-Based Counselor at Jewish Family Services in New Castle County. She prides herself on using an integrative counseling approach to optimize support for youth, young adults, and their families. Recognizing the many challenges that the families face, she aims to always provide a safe, nonjudgmental, and motivational environment to lead her clients to successful outcomes.

Neyssa obtained her graduate degree from Springfield College, with a concentration in clinical mental health counseling. She uses a variety of approaches and theories to provide the most comprehensive support while providing current evidence-based treatment options.

Whether in a one-on-one setting or a group setting, Neyssa is committed to establishing trusting, healthy relationships with her clients so she can provide the most effective family services.

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