Meet Our Team

Dana Myers, LCSW

Assistant Clinical Director

"When we are no longer able to change the situation — we are challenged to change ourselves."
–Victor E. Frankl

Dana Myers, LCSW is a clinically trained therapist and certified yoga instructor who specializes in the treatment of substance use disorders as well as co-occurring mental health issues, i.e. depression, anxiety, personality disorder, anger, trauma, and other interpersonal difficulties. Dana's therapeutic style is holistic, using a biopsychosocial framework to gain a better understanding of the whole person. Dana's experience includes working in group as well as individual settings dependent on needs presented. She is trained in cognitive behavioral therapy, however, incorporates various modalities of treatment into her practice such as mindfulness-based treatment approaches and dialectical behavioral therapy.

Dana supports her patients by providing a safe space for them to fully engage in the therapeutic process, a process in which they can gain insight, awareness, and grow emotionally to both empower themselves and improve their overall wellness and functioning (mind, body and spirit).

Dana holds a Master's of Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania. As well, Dana is a 200 hour certified yoga instructor with special training for teaching yoga and mindfulness practices for at-risk populations suffering from trauma and/or addiction.

Meet the rest of our team

Hope Stein, LSW, CADC

CEO, Psychotherapist, Assessor, Interventionist

Dr. Peter Ganime, MD

Medical Director, Psychiatrist, Child Psychiatrist

Beth Rue, MSS, LCSW

Clinical Director

Mike Mancuso, CAAC, CRS

Certified Recovery Specialist, Facilitator

Coreen Davis, MEd, LPC

Therapist

Amy Moulton, MA

Counselor

Kendra Underhill, MA

Counselor

Stacey Halstead, MA

Counselor

Jim Reidy

Certified Intervention Specialist