POST TRAUMATIC STRESS CENTER
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David R. Johnson, PhD
David Read Johnson, Ph.D. (Yale University, 1980) is a licensed clinical psychologist in Connecticut and is an Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry, Yale University School of Medicine. He has written extensively on the treatment of PTSD.
Hadar Lubin, MD
Hadar Lubin, MD (Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 1988) is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and a licensed physician in CT. She is an Asst. Clinical Professor in the Dept. of Psychiatry, Yale University School of Medicine. She developed the Women’s Trauma Program and has written extensively on treatment of PTSD.
Stephanie Kilpatrick, PsyD
Stephanie Kilpatrick, PsyD. (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology at Los Angeles, 2016) is a licensed clinical psychologist in CT. Professional Interests include EMDR, trauma centered psychotherapy,
psychedelic & psychodynamic existential approaches for PTSD, depression & anxiety, and mood disorders.
Vanessa A. Arthur, MA, MS.Ed
Professional interests include sexual assault, child abuse, domestic violence, childhood attachment, minorities, and underserved populations. Enjoys working with children, teens, and adults of all ages.
Christine Castles, RN, MPH
Professional interests include community mental health including violence prevention, children's mental health and mental health policy.
Jennifer Ellyson, MA, R-DMT
Professional interests include creative arts therapies, violence prevention, wellness and self-care through movement and somatic practices. Enjoys working with children and adults of all ages.
Toni Evans, LMSW
Professional interests include trauma-centered psychotherapy, working with inner city youth and young adults who have experienced community violence, emotional and physical trauma.
Nicole Hoffman, MS
Professional interests include Military and Veteran mental health, trauma centered psychotherapy, special education, grief, physical or emotional harm, and loss. Enjoys working with children, adolescents, and adults of all ages.
Simone Hopwood, MSW
Professional interests include trauma centered psychotherapy, grief and loss, intimate partner violence, and domestic violence. Enjoys working with adolescents and adults.
Professional interests include trauma centered psychotherapy, drama and expressive arts therapies for minorities and underserved populations. Enjoys working with adolescents and adults who have experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, gun and community violence, and work place traumas.
Briana Shea, MS, RYT-200, LPCA
Professional interests include working with adolescents and young adults with marginalized identities who have experienced sexual violence or intimate partner violence. Passionate about bodywork and mindfulness as they relate to trauma-centered psychotherapy.
Professional interests include working with adolescents and adults who have experienced sexual, physical, or emotional trauma, grief, and loss. Passionate about drama therapy and storytelling approaches in trauma-centered psychotherapy.
Alicia Stephen, MA, RDT
include anti-oppression work, creative arts therapy, queer centered
psychotherapy and working with people who have experienced sexual assaults, childhood abuse or gun violence.
Nicole Ventura, MA, LPCA, RDT
Professional interests include trauma-centered psychotherapy and drama therapy with children, adolescents and adults who have experienced sexual, physical or emotional trauma.
Erinn Webb, MA, RDT-BCT
Professional interests include children or adults who have experienced sexual, physical or emotional harm, loss, infertility and LGBTQQIA2++ individuals.