Coffee and Conversations: June 3 – 14, 2019

Monday, June 3 at 10:00 am:

Name: Ellen Reicher

Setting: Advanced Psychological Specialists (private practice) Location: Ridgewood

Areas of expertise: Adult outpatient psychotherapy, child outpatient psychotherapy, permit holder issues

Dr. Reicher has worked in private practices for over 20 years. She treats children, adolescents, and adults with CBT focused therapy. She has supervised several permit holders and will share her experiences about post-doc supervision, the pros and cons of obtaining permit hours in private practice, and general private practice insights.

Tuesday, June 4 at 9:00 am:

Name: Kelly Gilrain

Setting: Cooper University Hospital and Cooper Medical School at Rowan University (hospital and academic medical center)

Location: Camden

Areas of expertise: Consultation/Liaison, integrated and collaborative care with medical teams, research, creating and expanding training programs/supervising trainees

We are a Behavioral Medicine Team seeing patients in the medical hospital as well as integrated into OP medical offices. We see pts from trauma, medicine, neuro, cardio, peds, oncology, emergency med and surgery. We will expand to OP Pediatrics and Neonatology as well as the IP Psychiatry Unit. We have ongoing research studies and are actively involved with the medical school and residency training.

Tuesday, June 4 at 10:00 am:

Name: Alexandra Miller

Setting: Live Well Psychology Center, LLC (private practice) Location: Sparta

Areas of expertise: Adult outpatient psychotherapy, child outpatient psychotherapy, integrated care and/or working with a medical team

Wednesday, June 5 at 12:30 pm:

Name: Jamie Siegel

Setting: Jamie Siegel, Psy.D. (private practice) Location: Plainsboro

Areas of expertise: Adult outpatient psychotherapy, adolescent outpatient psychotherapy

I have been in private practice for over five years. I work with teenagers and adults, including college/graduate students and recent grads. I work with individuals, couples, and families around issues related to anxiety, depression, relationships, grief and loss, trauma, and life transitions. I integrate psychodynamic and CBT.

Thursday, June 6 at 5:30 pm:

Name: Lale Bilginer

Setting: Center for Learning and Development (private practice) Location: Hackensack

Areas of expertise: Psychological assessment, neuropsychological assessment

Please feel free to join me if you are interested in learning more or have questions about neuropsychological and psychological evaluations in private practice with children, adolescents, and young adults. I attended graduate school in NJ, trained in NJ and NY, and worked in hospital, clinic, and group practice settings in Northern NJ, NYC, and Chicago and have transitioned solely into the private sector over the last 10 years. Looking forward to meeting you.

Friday, June 7 at 11:00 am:

Name: John Corbisiero

Setting: Private office (private practice) Location: Ridgewood

Areas of expertise: Adult outpatient psychotherapy, psychological assessment, consultation/liaison, emergency/crisis evaluations and/or treatment, clinical supervision

Dr. Corbisiero had postdoctoral training at the Institute of the Psychonalaytic Study of Subjectivity (IPPS) and more recently received certification from the Institute for Synergentic Therapy. He has also done training in couples work with John Gottman.

Friday, June 7 at 1:30 pm:

Name: Caridad R. Moreno

Setting: CRM Psychological Services (private practice) Location: Hawthorne

Areas of expertise: Adult outpatient psychotherapy, child outpatient psychotherapy, integrated care and/or working with a medical team, working with diverse clients and families

Saturday, June 8 at 10:00 am:

Name: Susan Esquilin

Setting: Susan Cohen Esquilin, Ph.D. (private practice) Location: Verona

Areas of expertise: Child outpatient psychotherapy, forensic assessment, teaching, running a training program/supervising trainees, advocacy

Dr. Susan Esquilin received her doctorate from the University of Chicago, and holds a diplomate in clinical psychology from the American Board of Professional Psychology. She has served on the faculties of Montclair State, Rutgers, and University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ and was the training director of the psychology internship program at UMDNJ in Newark for eleven years. Dr. Esquilin has been involved in the assessment and treatment of child victims of abuse, as well as adult survivors.

Currently, she is primarily involved in forensic work regarding child welfare and personal injury lawsuits.

Saturday, June 8 at 4:00 pm:

Name: Jax Gallios

Setting: Dr. Jacqueline Gallios (private practice) Location: Cedar Grove

Areas of expertise: Trauma Related Disorders (Sexual Abuse, Interpersonal Trauma, Traumatic Grief), Narcissistic/Narcissism Abuse Survivors, Parenting, Pediatric Behavioral Issues, Pet Grief, Anxiety Disorders, Play Therapy, Psychological Evaluations, Immigration Evaluations, Monolingual Spanish-Speakers

Dr. Gallios will be facilitating a discussion on beginning, and thriving, in private practice. She will also answer any questions students and ECPs may have on seeking post-doc employment, any part of the licensing process, running a private practice, and her areas of expertise.

Sunday, June 9 at 10:00 am:

Name: Peter DeNigris

Setting: Clinical and forensic group psychology practice (private practice) Location: Somerville

Areas of expertise: Adult outpatient psychotherapy, child outpatient psychotherapy, forensic assessment, emergency/crisis evaluations and/or treatment, integrated care and/or working with a medical team, teaching

Several members of the group practice, including Dr. DeNigris, will be present for this session.

Sunday, June 9 at 4:00 pm:

Name: Tamara Latawiec

Setting: Tamara Latawiec, PsyD (private practice) Location: Red Bank

Areas of expertise: Adult outpatient psychotherapy, working in a nursing home, how to set up a private practice

I work primarily with adults and also see a few adolescents for individual outpatient psychotherapy from a psychodynamic framework within an individual private practice setting. Prior settings also included nursing facilities, college counseling centers, group private practice, community mental health centers, a hospice, and intake access centers. I am the President of the Monmouth/Ocean County Psychological Association and am a Member-at-Large for the Rutgers GSAPP Alumni Organization. My CV is available via LinkedIn and my website:www.monmouthpsychotherapy.com.

Monday, June 10 at 7:00 pm:

Name: Christopher King

Setting: Montclair State University (university/academia) Location: Montclair

Areas of expertise: Teaching, research, forensic, practice

Chris King, JD, PhD, is an assistant professor of psychology at Montclair State University. His research and teaching interests include forensic psychology, correctional psychology, and police and public safety psychology. He is also a three-year supervised permit holder and works part-time at a forensic psychology and DBT-focused private practice.

Tuesday, June 11 at 10:00 am:

Name: Norine Mohle

Setting: Norine L. Mohle, Ph.D. Psychologist (private practice) Location: Woodcliff Lake

Areas of expertise: Adult outpatient psychotherapy, child outpatient psychotherapy, integrated care and/or working with a medical team, advocacy

Tuesday, June 11 at 12:00 pm:

Name: Anthony Tasso

Setting: Anthony F. Tasso, Ph.D. (private practice) Location: Whippany

Areas of expertise: Adult outpatient psychotherapy, adolescent outpatient psychotherapy, teaching, research, running a training program/supervising trainees

Wednesday, June 12 at 10:00 am:

Name: Mary Toolan

Setting: Springfield Psychological Associates (private practice) Location: Springfield

Areas of expertise: Adult outpatient psychotherapy, child outpatient psychotherapy, psychological assessment, consultation/liaison

We can review ECP themes, such as transitioning into private practice from other areas (ex: schools, clinics), creation of documents to use for intake, record keeping, billing, etc.

Wednesday, June 12 at 2:00 pm:

Name: Gregory Benson

Setting: Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care (community clinic) Location: Newark

Areas of expertise: Adult outpatient psychotherapy, running a training program/supervising trainees

Thursday, June 13 at 10:30 am:

Name: Nansie Ross

Setting: Nansie Ross (private practice) Location: Ridgewood

Areas of expertise: Adult outpatient psychotherapy, child outpatient psychotherapy

Friday, June 14 at 1:00 pm:

Name: Beata Sylvia Beaudoin

Setting: Mindful Assessments & Psychological Services, LLC (private practice) Location: Pequannock

Areas of expertise: Psychological assessment, neuropsychological assessment, forensic assessment, teaching, running a training program/supervising trainees

Conversation will surround professional issues in running a neuropsychology private practice and different directions in building a client base. This will also inevitably touch on work-family balance issues in a private practice.

Friday, June 14 at 12:00 pm:

Name: Kathleen McNulty

Setting: Dr. Kathleen McNulty (private practice) Location: Ridgewood

Areas of expertise: Adult outpatient psychotherapy, inpatient psychiatric treatment, consultation/liaison, integrated care and/or working with a medical team, running a training program/supervising trainees, employee assistance program

Dr. McNulty has practiced in the field of mental, emotional, and behavioral health for over 35 years. Her experience spans over many domains. Professionally, she has enjoyed providing psychotherapy to a broad diagnostic range and varied population. Her training includes child therapy/play therapy, family systems treatment/therapy, relationship, marital and couple therapy. Dr. McNulty approaches treatment as client centered and choreographs individualized treatment plans for each of her clients.

Treatment approaches include CBT, DBT, psychodynamic, psychoanalytic, and brain-based trauma treatment. Approaches are often combined to achieve optimal

results. Dr. McNulty’s genuine compassion and empathy empowers and motivates her work and greatly benefits her clients. Inpatient hospital settings, outpatient hospital settings, neurostroke unit and court related work are a few of Dr. McNulty’s early career experiences and trainings. Later in her career she engaged in EAP work (Employee assistance provider) and Integrated Health care.

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