Andrew G. Feinberg, M.D.is an assistant professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and is a board certified psychiatrist. He completed his psychiatry residency at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in 1985, where he served as chief resident. After completing his residency, he spent three years directing a mood disorders clinic and medical/psychiatric inpatient unit in Maryland. For the next seven years, he ran specialty psychiatric inpatient units at several hospitals. Since March 1996, Dr. Feinberg has maintained a full-time outpatient clinical practice.

Andy has a special interest and expertise in depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, geriatric psychiatry, and psychopharmacology. He is dedicated to a collaborative relationship with his patients and their families as well as close communication and strong personal relationships with referring physicians and therapists. He strives to provide a safe, supportive environment in which to diagnose and treat patients appropriately. Each patient is treated with individualized care, responsive attention, and respect.

 


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Nikki is a JFS Care Manager in Sussex County, working with older adults in their homes. She comes to JFS with experience in acute inpatient psychiatry from the Medical College of PA. Prior to joining JFS, Nikki worked with the Neuropsychiatric Institue of UCLA in Los Angeles in both acute adult and child psychiatry; with the Christiana Care Visiting Nurse Association, practicing medical, surgical, and psychiatric nursing; and with the State of Delaware’s Division of Services for Aging and Adults with Disabilities, for whom she conducted assessments and management of complex clients under the Medicaid Waiver Program.

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Nikki has been a long-term volunteer for the MERR Institute (Marine Mammal and Turtle Education Research and Rehabilitation Institute), the only stranding response team in Delaware; she has responded to strandings, participated on committees, and assisted with other behind-the-scenes activities. Nikki has also previously volunteered with the Tri-State Bird Rescue.

Nikki lives in Lewes with her husband, 2 dogs, and a cat. She likes the beach, sailing, swimming, and yoga, and is a lover of nature and animals. In her free time, Nikki enjoys gardening and cooking.

Rosemary Ziskovsky is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and graduate of the University of Northern Iowa’s Master of Social Work Program; she also has training in education and theology. For the past 15 years she has been providing outpatient therapy to adolescents, individuals, and couples in community mental health, non-profit, and private practice settings. Rosemary recently completed a 200-hour certified yoga instructor training through the Yoga Alliance and is a certified Trauma Informed Yoga Instructor through Firefly International.

Rosemary’s approach to therapy is steeped in the values of compassion, non-judgment, and building on people’s strengths and resilience to facilitate healing. As an interactive therapist she collaborates with people on the best therapy interventions, resources, and tools to address their unique needs and goals. Rosemary values the trust and courage it takes to engage the therapy process; she creates a safe and welcoming space to be seen, heard and understood.

Thich Nhat Hanh, Buddhist Monk and author, stated, “the most precious gift we can offer others is our presence.” Rosemary appreciate the opportunity to be present with people on their journey towards healing.

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Sue Donges is an Outpatient Therapist in JFS’ Sussex office. She works with clients to help identify what is important to them, what kind of life they want to live, and develop a plan of action to get there; Sue helps her clients accept that life is full of challenges and struggles but focus on moving toward what gives life meaning.

Sue has very diverse work and life experiences, which help her to be compassionate and understanding while building therapeutic relationships.

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Dr. Bill Fishbein is a Licensed Psychologist with over 40 years of clinical and management experience in the behavioral health field, obtained in a wide variety of outpatient, inpatient, and managed care settings. He collaborates with clients to identify and build on their strengths through developing skills, adaptive behavior patterns, and strategies to better cope with their unique life challenges and problems. He believes in a holistic approach in which mental health needs are addressed as an integral part of each client’s overall health care.

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Rosemarie has been with Jewish Family Services of DE since the opening of their Sussex County office in January 2016. She has accumulated many years of administrative expertise in a variety of healthcare settings.

Rosemarie’s passion for client-centered care and support for all create a welcoming environment at the Sussex office for clients, visitors, and staff alike.

Her role in the Sussex office is multifunctional: she is the dedicated Receptionist, Intake/Psychiatric Specialist, Medical Billing Specialist, and more for the Sussex Office. Whatever your question may be Rosemarie is ready to help you.

Rosemarie takes pleasure in the quietude of the lower Delmarva Peninsula and spending time with her spouse, Dale, and three rescue cats, Dante, Fudge, and Penelope! In her free time, Rosemarie enjoys water aerobics, gardening, and several handcrafted hobbies.

Sally is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 30 years’ experience.  Her treatment approach is varied, drawing on her experience and training to tailor the treatment to the needs of each person.  Sally feels that therapy is a collaborative effort, requiring a safe and empathetic environment, in which to explore thoughts, feelings and experience without judgement.  Sally focuses on the strengths and gifts that each person brings to therapy.  She works with clients to achieve healing and build resilience.

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Sue Nyden has a Masters in Social Work (MSW) from the University of Maryland in Baltimore and a post graduate certificate in Professional Development on Healthy Aging from the Washington DC Area Geriatric Center.

Sue has worked throughout the continuum of care in the field of aging including nursing homes, medical adult day care, home health care and hospice. She moved to Sussex County full time from Maryland after retiring from The Montgomery County DHHS where she was Manager of the Medicaid Waiver for Older Adults/Community First Choice program. Sue has come out of retirement to work with JFS and is thrilled to help get older adult programming off the ground in Sussex County where the number of older adults is rapidly growing.  She believes that the JFS’ older adult services can play an essential role in helping older adults to remain safely in their own homes.

 


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