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Thomas Aken

Program Administrative Assistant

Erin Connelly

Elise Wheaton

Receptionist

 Holly Cormier

Holly Cormier, Ph.D.

Clinic Director and Psychological Services Coordinator

Holly Cormier is a licensed clinical psychologist within the state of Illinois. She received her doctoral degree at the University of Toronto in 2004. Dr. Cormier the director of the Clinical Center as well as the coordinator of psychological services. She has lecturer status in the department of Psychology at the university and supervises graduate students training to be mental health professionals. Dr. Cormier has special interests in the areas of trauma, disordered eating, depression, and anxiety.
 

 

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Cynthia Clark, Ph.D.

Counseling Specialist

Cindy is a licensed clinical psychologist in the state of Illinois.  She received her doctoral degree from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1990.  Dr. Clark supervises graduate students in their training as mental health professionals.  She provides individual, couples, and family therapy and utilizes an eclectic, holistic approach with a foundation in psychodynamic orientations, family systems, and mindfulness.  Her special interests include relationship issues, adolescents, families, and adoption.

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Amber Drake, M.S., LCPC

Counseling Specialist

Amber Drake M.S., LCPC is a clinical supervisor. She received her Master's Degree in clinical psychology at the University of South Carolina. Her expertise includes Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for individuals and Gottman Therapy for couples.

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Diane Muzio, M.S., CCC-SLP

Speech-Language and Hearing Services Coordinator

M.S., CCC-SLP, University of Virginia, 1989, is licensed by the state of Illinois and holds the Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. She conducts training and seminars for graduate students in the Communication Disorders and Sciences Program and provides clinical instruction. Ms. Muzio is also a Senior Lecturer in the Rehabilitation Institute, where she coordinates internships and teaches a course in dysphagia. Her interests include issues in clinical supervision and administration and adult neurogenic disorders.

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Chip Boog

Volunteer Therapy Dog

Chip is a certified therapy dog with Love on a Leash. He sometimes visits the Clinical Center where he offers comfort to clients in the waiting room. He especially loves when children visit with him!

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Beatrice Aken

Therapy Dog In-training

Beatrice is a therapy dog in training. She often visits the Clinical Center to visit with the staff and clients.