Tami Sullivan PhD, LMHC, NCC, RPT-S

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

New York License # 005955-1

National Provider Identifier: 1346634151

PhD in Counseling from the University of Rochester, Warner Graduate School with a specialization in Family Studies.

Post-doctoral fellowship in Leadership in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities and Behavioral Pediatrics from the University of Rochester Medical Center, Department of Pediatrics.

National Board Certified Counselor

Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor

Certified School Psychologist in New York State

Professor- Roberts Wesleyan University, Psychology Department

Advanced training in:

  • Play Therapy
  • Play Therapy Supervision
  • Credentialing Supervision
  • Yoga Education for schools
  • Mindfulness
  • Trauma-Focused Counseling
  • Emotion Freedom Technique (EFT) Level 1 & 2
  • Educational and Behavioral Approaches to Children with Neurodevelopmental Differences including:
  • Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA)

Certified in the Developmental Individual Difference Relationship-based Model (DIR)

Certified in the Program for the Education and Enrichment of Relational Skills (PEERS)

Certified in Mindfulness

Workshop presenter in topics pertaining to mental health and wellness, mindfulness, trauma-sensitive schools and homes, evidence-based interventions and clinical supervision.

Professional Development (PD) to schools in topics pertaining to child mental health and wellness

Mental Management in Dog Performance Sports (agility and scentwork)

Amy Gaesser PhD, NCC, MS.Ed., CAS

National Board Certified Counselor

New York State School Counselor- Permanent Certification

Mental Health Counselor – LP

Ph.D. – Educational Psychology: Counselor Education, Additional Concentration – Gifted and Talented Education, University of Connecticut – Storrs, Connecticut

Certificate of Advanced Study – Counselor Education, State University of New York College at Brockport – Brockport, New York

Master of Science in Education – Counselor Education, State University of New York College at Brockport – Brockport, New York

Amy has over 25 years of experience in mental health and academia, specializing in counseling interventions to assist children, adolescents and adults with transitions and a broad spectrum of academic, developmental, social, and emotional concerns. Among Amy’s areas of expertise are Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) and Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) for stress and anxiety management, the specialized needs of high-ability youth, school consultation and mindfulness counseling. 

Amy utilizes a gentle, collaborative, client-centered approach to counseling that encourages the individual’s increased, age-appropriate self-awareness and development of skills in a safe and supportive environment. Integrating complementary methodologies and techniques, she creates a personalized, strength-based setting to support each client’s unique needs and work towards their desired growth and goals.

In addition to private practice, Amy is an Associate Professor at SUNY Brockport. She publishes and presents at national, regional and local levels on the effective use of EFT for stress and anxiety management, the neurological and cognitive impacts of stress and anxiety, and the needs of high-ability youth. She is also actively engaged with professional counseling organizations, and serves as a Fellow for the Yunasa summer camps which support the balanced development of the five aspects of self for gifted youth.

Rachel McGriff, LMHC, MS.Ed., CAS

MS in Mental Health Counseling from SUNY Oswego

Certificate of Advanced Study in School Counseling

Every one of us craves for something. We crave for more confidence, healthier relationships, less arguments and less stress. You might ask yourself that everything seems so much easier for everyone else. Unfortunately, technology has not made it possible for wishes to come from a genie that appears out of a lamp (as amazing as that would be.) To achieve a fulfilling life it takes  hard work and you don’t have to do it all by yourself.

As a therapist, I’ve worked with children, adolescents and young adults in a safe, confidential, non-judgmental environment. I have advanced training in person-centered therapy as well as DBT. DBT (or dialectical behavior therapy) is a therapeutic method that helps with finding techniques for emotional regulation. The goal of DBT is to transform negative behaviors into positive outcomes. Additionally, I have experience with working with individuals dealing with depression, anxiety, learning disabilities, anger management, trauma, and career challenges.

So, whether you’re feeling lost, lonely, anxious or depressed don’t hesitate to reach out to someone who can help. I look forward to meeting you and helping you accomplish any range of goals you hope to achieve.

Courtney Morrison, MHC-LP

Courtney earned her Masters in Mental Health Counseling from Medaille College. She has experience in both in-patient treatment and private practice.  Courtney has a wide range of experiences working with people of all ages in creating change for hope and healing. Clients can expect a warm, welcoming, and empathetic environment.

Courtney helps clients overcome current life stressor and work towards a healthier and happier life. She expertly partners with her clients in their healing journey and is genuine and supportive. Her greatest goal in counseling is to give children, teens, and adults the tools to cope with life’s challenges as well as the confidence in themselves to know that they can. Struggles with anxiety, depression, negative self-esteem, academic/work pressures, anger, and family/friendship/relationship issues can all seem that much more overwhelming when young. Courtney is passionate about helping young people and families manage these issues and helping to set them up for success.

She specializes in using a holistic Person Centered, Narrative Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to challenge and change negative thinking patterns and to adopt healthier, more realistic ones.  Courtney believes everyone has strengths they can build upon while also working to improve areas of weakness. Courtney provides an environment where you and your child feel safe, accepted, and genuinely cared about. Together, you will create a foundation where self-exploration, and implementation of lasting positive change can occur. Your family will be supported along your child’s journey in working through life’s toughest moments and implementing new strategies to be successful. Courtney looks forward to helping you and/or your child embrace resilience in the face of life’s obstacles and to live life to the fullest.

Meaghan Barry, LMHC

Meaghan Barry (she/her) earned her Master’s of Science in Mental Health Counseling from St. John Fisher University. Her person-centered counseling style and humanistic theoretical orientation mean that her clients can expect a clinician who constantly believes in them and their growth process. She has a warm, encouraging, and empathic approach. She regularly collaborates with client family members to create systems of support in her clients’ lives. Meaghan used a multicultural lens and takes an affirming stance as an ally to LGBTQIA+ and BIPOC persons.

Meaghan specializes in the treatment of eating disorders, having previously worked at The Healing Connection (Rochester, NY). She also helps clients struggling with anxiety, stress, trauma, and depression. She has developed groups and interventions to improve body image and self-concept, and has given professional presentations on self-harm and improving continuity of care for patients with eating disorders. She has experience working with both adults and adolescents. In her practice, she utilizes elements of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Narrative Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Motivational Interviewing (MI).

Meaghan believes everyone has the capacity to enact change in their lives. As a therapist, she provides clients with the tools to harness the strengths they already have inside of them. If you or someone you care about is struggling with something and needs a someone to talk to, please consider reaching out. Meaghan is currently accepting virtual clients, child- adolescent-adult clients.

Sarah Boroski, MHC-LP

Consulting Associates

Marriage and Family Therapy – in-person and telehealth

Monique Bonnett, MFT-LP

Pet training and evaluation – virtual sessions

Kelly Mientke Butkiewicz CPDT-KA, CVT