Dr. Janeen DeMarte is a licensed clinical psychologist currently operating Sentience Psychological Services in Phoenix, Arizona. Dr. DeMarte completed both her master’s and Ph.D. in clinical psychology at Michigan State University and fulfilled an APA approved doctoral residency at Arizona State Hospital.
Dr. DeMarte conducts psychological therapy and assessment for a broad range of clients. Her diverse therapeutic aptitudes have been developed over years of experience providing care to clients from all walks of life, with ages spanning from early childhood to older adults. Her clinical training was conducted in a variety of settings including correctional facilities, outpatient clinics, and inpatient units.
Dr. DeMarte served as the Clinical Director of a large outpatient behavioral health clinic in Phoenix where she oversaw the practice of numerous multidisciplinary treatment providers. During her tenure, Dr. DeMarte developed a program for practicum students from Arizona State University, Argosy University, and several other academic institutions. She has also instructed at the university level for bachelor’s students and provided intensive training for master’s and doctoral students of clinical psychology.
Dr. Janeen DeMarte can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Nicole Lazorwitz is a licensed clinical psychologist. Dr. Lazorwitz completed both her master’s and PsyD degrees in clinical psychology at the Arizona School of Professional Psychology – Argosy University. Her clinical training was conducted in a variety of settings including correctional facilities, schools, and outpatient clinics.
Dr. Lazorwitz conducts psychological therapy for a broad range of clients, with ages spanning from children and adolescents to older adults. She has training and clinical experience in conducting substance abuse treatment with both groups and individuals. Her experience also includes conducting family and couples therapy.
Dr. Lazorwitz has experience supervising both master’s and doctoral level students in their clinical practice. She has taught college classes at both the bachelor’s and master’s level in subjects ranging from substance abuse treatment to psychological theory.
Dr. Evelyn Burrell is a licensed clinical psychologist who earned her doctoral degree and two master’s degrees in mental health counseling and clinical psychology from the Arizona School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University. She fulfilled an APA approved doctoral residency at the Arizona State Hospital. Her clinical training was conducted in a variety of settings including correctional facilities and outpatient clinics.
Dr. Burrell has experience completing psychological and psychosexual evaluations, violence risk assessments, and therapeutic treatment for forensic populations. She specializes in working with adolescent and adult individuals with personality, mood, sexual, and paraphilic disorders.
Dr. Burrell has taught college courses at both the undergraduate and graduate level, focusing on foundational psychology, cultural diversity, diagnostics, and counseling skills. She also provides trainings in cultural awareness to doctoral and master’s level students.
Dr. Linsey Lancellotti is a therapist who earned her doctoral degree from The Arizona School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University. She fulfilled her APA approved doctoral residency at The Edith Nourse Rogers Veterans Medical Center. She is in the process of sitting for her licensing exam to become a Clinical Psychologist. At the present time, she is supervised by Dr. Janeen DeMarte.
The majority of Dr. Lancellotti’s clinical training and experiences have focused on providing services to older adults in a variety of settings, including long term care facilities, outpatient clinics, palliative care, and hospice. She specializes in addressing concerns about adjustment, mood, anxiety, grief and loss, end-of-life issues, interpersonal difficulties, chronic illness, caregiver stress, and varying degrees of cognitive impairment.
She emphasizes a strength-based approach and incorporates interventions based on the principles of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), and multicultural counseling techniques.
Dr. Lancellotti has an interest in working with and improving the quality of services provided to gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender older adults.
Ms. Amanda Robinson is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). She graduated from Southwestern College with a Counseling degree in 2005 and completed a Masters in Counseling through Northern Arizona University in 2010.
Her internship and clinical opportunities thus far have provided her with a well-rounded experience with adults, adolescents, and couples in an outpatient setting. Most of her individual counseling has been focused on clients with addiction, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, social phobia, sexual trauma, emotional trauma, dissociation, victims of domestic violence, dual-diagnosis, borderline personality disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, long term care needs, and traumatic brain injured clients. Ms. Robinson has worked with many couples in therapy, as well as, led and co-led intensive outpatient groups for mood, addictions, and mindfulness.
Ms. Monica McCue is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She received her Master of Counseling degree from Arizona State University in 2005. For the past decade, she has worked in various roles within the behavioral health system in Phoenix, providing therapeutic services to children/adolescents and their families, as well as young adults.
Ms. McCue has extensive knowledge and experience working with children and adolescents dealing with anger and aggression issues, anxiety, depression, trauma, bonding and attachment issues, and ADHD. She has also worked with families, helping them strengthen the parent and child relationship as well as improving family communication and cohesion.
In addition, Ms. McCue has provided clinical supervision and training to master level therapists, helping them gain clinical skills and knowledge. She has also developed and implemented several therapeutic programs to better help meet the needs of children/adolescents and their families.
Ms. McCue is a member in good standing of the Arizona Counseling Association and National Board of Certified Counselors.
Jeremy Lesser is a Licensed Associate Counselor (LAC), who is supervised by Dr. Evelyn Burrell. He holds a Master’s in Counseling from Arizona State University.
His clinical experience includes working with young adults, university students, and adults experiencing major life transitions. He has worked with clients on topics including: processing depression, navigating anxiety, improving negative thought patterns, increasing social skills, self-esteem building, assertiveness training, healing emotional traumas, exploring spirituality, developing healthy relationships, and managing substance use.
Mr. Lesser approaches therapy from an eclectic lens; utilizing existential, narrative, mindfulness, and cognitive behavioral based approaches. He is passionate about helping others live authentically, while finding meaning and purpose in their lives.
Christina Lam, M.A., is a fifth-year Counseling Psychology doctoral student at Arizona State University. She is currently completing her third practicum placement under the supervision of Janeen DeMarte, PhD. Ms. Lam graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology in 2015 and completed her Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology in 2017.
Ms. Lam’s prior clinical experience include working with community-based clients, university students, and Veterans. She has previously provided group therapy to Veterans in residential in-patient care, and has experience in evidence-based treatments such as Seeking Safety, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Social Skills Training for Serious Mental Illness, as well as Illness Management and Recovery. Ms. Lam has also conducted psychodiagnostic assessments and authored integrative reports for Veterans residing in a substance use rehabilitation program. Additionally, she has provided individual and group therapy to diverse community-based and college counseling clients.
Olivia Walliser was a graduate student in the Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology program at the Arizona School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University. She is currently a Behavioral Health Technician under the supervision of Amanda Robinson, LPC. Ms. Walliser graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Calgary in 2017.
Ms. Walliser has experience with research and assessment of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. She has been providing psychotherapy services for individuals with serious mental illness and those who have experienced trauma. She has worked with clients across the lifespan from early adulthood to geriatrics. Additionally, she is a passionate advocate for gender and sexual minorities.
Brittney Mandryk is working towards becoming a Licensed Associate Counselor who is supervised by Dr. Evelyn Burrell. She holds a Masters of Science in Mental Health Counseling from Long Island University in Brooklyn, New York. Her clinical experience includes work at multiple outpatient mental health clinics with a variety of clients, from children to adults, under a multicultural lens. She fortified her expertise at a women’s health clinic specializing in postpartum depression, as well as a clinic providing integrated counseling alongside psychiatrists, social workers, school counselors, and dietitians. Her counseling approach is patient-centered; she is passionate about providing a safe space for unfettered communication while using models that include Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Narrative Therapy, and Mindfulness Interventions, depending upon each patient’s needs.
Corey Meier is a doctoral student in clinical psychology at California Southern University, Costa Mesa, California. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and Communication Studies from Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio in 1998 and a Master of Divinity degree in 2002 from Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary, Berkeley, California.
Mr. Meier has completed a practicum in counseling clients from early adulthood through geriatrics. He has worked with church communities using Bowen Family Systems Theory to address issues during the transition time between pastors. In his work with disability determination, he is familiar with adult assessments. Mr. Meier has experience with adults with depression, anxiety, personality disorders, bipolar disorder, and trauma disorders and familiarity with interpersonal neurobiology and cognitive behavioral theory. He is a genderqueer male who has experience in multicultural counseling