Therapists

Our therapists specialize in a variety of concerns related to coping with a broad spectrum of mental health and behavioral issues.

Select a name below to learn more about each of our clinicians.

Please note Samantha Barr, PsyD is only practicing via telehealth and is no longer at our offices. You can best reach her by phone at 802-881-6195, by email at samanthabarrpsyd@gmail.com, or through her Psychology Today profile.

Tom retired on March 31, 2022 and closed his practice. If you need to reach Tom, you can send an email to his attention to associatethegables@gmail.com

As seen on a Sussex Directories Inc site

Lillian is a Certified EMDR therapist. Some of her areas of interest and expertise include anxiety, depression, relationship issues, trauma, grief, and personality disorders.

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Lori Davis, LICSW

Lori has a Master of Social Work. Her expertise with adults includes work in the areas of anxiety, depression, grief and loss issues, coping with life transitions, and parenting strategies. Lori has specialized training and experience in adoption and kinship family issues. Areas of experience with children and adolescents include school-related challenges, peer relationships, anxiety, and depression.

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Susan is a Licensed Psychologist-Doctorate. Dr. Lillich has interest and expertise in the areas of play therapy, postpartum adjustment, parenting concerns, adoption, coping with illness, and loss and bereavement.

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Liza Matiach, M.S., LPM, LADC, EMDRIA-certified

Liza has a Master’s Degree in Psychology. Her areas of expertise include anxiety and depression, trauma and post-traumatic stress, life transitions, and cross-cultural counseling as well as alcohol and drug addiction counseling, screening, assessment, and treatment

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Jessica has a Master of Social Work. Jessica’s areas of interest and expertise, providing services for adults, include anxiety, depression, life transitions, relationship and parenting concerns. Jessica has specialized training in adoption-related issues, encompassing infertility, grief and loss, the transition to parenthood, and adoption search.

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Megan Speck, MS, NCC

See this link to view Megan’s profile on Psychology Today