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Marci Korwin, PhD, is a licensed psychologist and partner in Psychological Health Associates. Dr. Korwin received her PhD in clinical psychology from the University of Delaware. Her clinical specialties include eating disorders and childhood sexual abuse and other trauma survivors.
Andrew Magin, PhD is a licensed psychologist and partner at Psychological Health Associates, LLC.  Dr. Magin received his doctorate in clinical psychology from Texas Tech University in 1987, with a specialty in martial and family therapy.  His clinical interests are child and adolescent psychotherapy, marital and family therapy, and individual adult treatment with an emphasis on anxiety disorders, and self-esteem and relationship related issues.  Dr. Magin has lectured on child behavior problems and has worked extensively with the school systems and medical community.  His personal interests include cycling, rock and ice climbing, and outdoor activities.
Sharon Thomason, PhD is a licensed psychologist who received her doctorate from Texas Tech University.  Dr. Thomason has a broad practice treating individuals, couples, and families.  Clinical specialties include postpartum adjustment, stress management, grief/loss issues, and seasonal affective disorder.  A postpartum support group is periodically offered, as well as assertiveness training groups.  “I help individuals make changes by growing current internal strengths, and making healthy lifestyle choices as they develop balance in their lives.” Dr. Thomason
Jeryl G. Brown, MSW, LCSW,is a licensed independent social worker who received her MSW from Yeshiva University.  Ms. Brown’s clinical work encompasses a wide range of clientele, with special areas of interest in parenting and family management, stress and anger management skills, post-divorce adjustment, issues related to other life transitions, and facilitating a proactive approach to problem solving. She also teaches Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, both individually and in an intensive 8 week course helping people to gain increased ability to cope with stress, anxiety, pain and chronic illnesses.
Laurie Silverman, MSW, LCSW, is a licensed independent social worker who received her MSW from the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Work. Her clinical specialties include mood disorders, anxiety and panic disorder, grief/loss, trauma, and co-parenting during/after divorce. She is available for individual, group, couples and family treatment.
Gary Zachariah, PsyD, Dr. Zachariah graduated from Spalding University in Louisville, Kentucky. His clinical interests and specialties are treatment of depression, anxiety disorders, psychological effects of medical illnesses, chronic pain, and psychological testing.
Karen Benjamin, LCSW, is a graduate of Harvard University and the Smith College School of Social Work. She works primarily with individual adults with a variety of issues and often uses a psychodynamic approach. Karen formerly was the social worker for Mothers Against Drunk Driving and does much grief work. In addition, she is running two ongoing groups: a bi-weekly parent support group and a weekly interpersonal relationship therapy group.
G. Grant Holtzberg, PhD is a licensed clinical psychologist who received his PhD from Case Western Reserve University.  His areas of clinical specialty are the treatment of depression, anxiety, and panic disorder, stress management, personality disorders, and couples therapy.  Dr. Holtzberg also focuses on the treatment of adolescents, gives talks in the community on parenting today’s teenager, and consults to several boarding and preparatory schools throughout central and northern Connecticut.
Elise Kabela-Cormier, PhD,  is a licensed clinical psychologist who received her Ph.D. from the State University of New York at Albany. Dr. Kabela-Cormier's clinical interests include the treatment of anxiety, depression, alcohol dependence, marijuana dependence, and issues associated with personality disorders. She works with adults both individually and in couples. Dr. Kabela-Cormier favors a cognitive-behavioral approach to treatment.
Lori Korwin, PsyD is a licensed psychologist who received her PsyD from the University of Hartford. Her clinical specialties include eating disorders, anxiety disorders, mood disorders, women’s issues and parenting issues. Dr. Korwin uses a solution-focused or cognitive-behavioral approach towards treatment. Dr Korwin works in the West Hartford office.
Carolyn Cunningham, MS, LPC, is a Licensed Professional Counselor who received her Master’s Degree in counseling and human relations from Villanova University. She works with adolescents, their families, individual adults, and couples. Carolyn specializes in adolescent issues, depression, eating disorders, and stress related disorders. Carolyn has been doing research on the concept of resilience as she works to complete her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Connecticut. Carolyn works in the Danbury office.
Alison DiPinto MA, LPC is a Licensed Professional Counselor and has been in private practice for the past 11 years. Alison practices at PHA's Danbury office only. She received her Master's Degree from St. Joseph College in West Hartford, CT. Although Alison has extensive experience working with children she currently counsels older teens and adults. Particular areas of interest and expertise are depression, anxiety, early life trauma, midlife issues, domestic violence, divorce and parenting. Alison is also a Reiki Master and a life long trained dancer. She works with the whole person: mind, body, and spirit.
Sheila Levine, MA, CAC/CDAC, MFT, is a psychotherapist who received her MA in Marriage and Family from Fairfield University. She is a certified drug and alcohol counselor. Her clinical interests include the treatment of substance abuse problems, adolescent issues, and gay and lesbian issues. Sheila works in the Danbury office.
Pamela Kurth, MD is a licensed Psychiatrist who received her MD degree from Techion, The Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel, completing her residence at Brown University, RI.  Dr. Kurth has a background in pediatrics as well as child and adolescent and general psychiatry.  She is available to offer psychiatric consultation and evaluation to children and adolescents as well as adults, and also provide on-going medication management.  
Marlene Serby, MA, MSW, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker who received her MSW from Adelphi University and the 3 year post graduate training certificate from The Family Institute of Westchester. As a licensed clinical social worker with more than 20 years of experience, Marlene works closely with her clients to help them solve some of life's most pressing issues: How to deal with marital difficulties, parents-in-law, the emotions of a sexual affair, divorce, differences in parenting, stress in the workplace, and retirement. Her areas of specialization include relationship difficulties, couples counseling, and family counseling. She has extensive experience with children (8-12) and parenting concerns for this age group. Marlene works with individual dealing with anxiety/panic, mood disorder, grief/loss, and personal growth.  
  Robert Korwin, PhD has been practicing clinical psychology in the State Of Connecticut since 1993. He spent twelve years working at the Village For Families & Children in Hartford, attaining the position of Senior Program Director. After leaving the Village, Dr. Korwin joined Community Mental Health Affiliates, overseeing the Outpatient and Intensive Programs at the Agency's Waterbury treatment site. While serving in this capacity, Dr. Korwin was elected to the position of Provider Co-Chairperson for the area's Mental Health Collaborative, known as the Family Focus Partnership of Greater Waterbury. Since 2009, Dr. Korwin has placed an emphasis on his private practice. He provides individual therapy for children, adolescents, and adults, as well as family and couples therapy. In the initial session, Dr. Korwin collects historical data and information that allows him to complete a thorough assessment of the client's presenting issues. Dr. Korwin's treatment approach is to partner closely with his clients in determining specific treatment goals and strategies to help achieve those goals. He tries to accommodate clients' busy lifestyles, providing early evening appointments, when necessary.

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