We are currently offering both in-person & telehealth options at both locations.

We ask that if you have been exposed to someone who has tested positive, or if you are experiencing a fever, or symptoms which might be Covid-related, that you use telehealth until you are feeling well or test negative.

Masks are required for in-office appointments.

Please call 304-241-1766 for further information.

Mountaineer Psychological Services

Our Team

Morgantown Team

Stacey Crandall, LPC

SEES: adults, adolescents (14+)

Especially enjoys working with:
folks struggling with depression, anxiety, substance use, & BPD

I provide a safe and compassionate atmosphere to support awareness and acceptance so that change can then happen. I focus on my client’s strengths to assist them in living a life worth living, and achieving the life they want.

Our work together can target ineffective thinking and behavior patterns, painful emotions, and conflicted relationships. We can work on developing healthier coping strategies and ways of looking at ourselves and the world around us.

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with over 16 years of experience in outpatient and residential services. I help to treat both mental health and substance use issues with adults and adolescents. My therapy approach uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Person-Centered, and Motivational Interviewing techniques.

It would be a privilege to be part of your journey, as everyone has a story that has changed them.

“The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change”. ~Carl Rogers

Amy Zeiders, MSW, LICSW

SEES: children, adolescents, adults, couples

Especially enjoys working with: couples, women’s issues,
people struggling with anxiety & trauma

I provide a safe and empathetic space where clients can be themselves and truly share their story with me. We all have unhelpful thoughts/coping strategies/emotional patterns that we pick up along the way that may have helped us adapt in the past but have kept us from growing.

I utilize my client’s strengths to help them find their voice and empower them to make the changes to achieve the life they want. I believe that every person has potential and I would love to help you on your growth journey.

I have years of experience in helping people with anxiety, depression, trauma, life transitions, relationship issues as well as everyday life stressors and challenges.

My therapeutic approach involves establishing a safe and trusting relationship and environment that is non-judgmental, caring and genuine. I utilize an emotion-focused approach to help clients understand and express their emotions in a healthy and productive way.

I also practice cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy, couples therapy, mindfulness, and an overall holistic wellness approach.

Ron Satterfield, LCSW

SEES: children, adolescents, adults, couples, families

Especially enjoys working with:
Adults, Adolescents and Addictions

If you are coping with life’s challenges and want to make meaningful, impactful change, there are many options available to you. Individual, marital, and family therapy are a few of the options that I specialize in.

I have been a practicing clinician for twenty years and currently possess a Master’s Degree in Social Work and am a West Virginia Licensed Certified Social Worker. I have an array of professional and life experiences that work synergistically to help me in assisting clients cope with various life situations and stressors.

My professional experience includes working with clients who struggle with mood disorders, post-traumatic stress, anxiety, parenting issues, family issues, marital discord and addiction.

I utilize a multi-modal therapeutic approach help facilitate the change process and empower clients to make decisions regarding their future path. I believe in a defined course of treatment and working with clients to create an appropriate plan with consistent and measurable objectives.

Alissa Gren, LICSW

SEES: adults

Especially enjoys working with: LGBTQIA+

I offer a safe and comfortable space where you can explore areas of your life that you want to improve, changes you want to make, and work on figuring out who you are and what you want to be.

I believe in therapy as a partnership and I feel privileged to be a part of the journey towards whatever goals you may have. Life is complicated and can be painful at times. But you don’t have to deal with it alone.

My strengths are providing empathy and expertise. I have a wide variety of experience helping people with depression, anxiety, substance abuse, relationship problems, life changes and transitions, and other concerns. I enjoy working with adults and teens. I use a blend of techniques to tailor therapy to your specific needs.

I also have experience helping people who are transgender. There is no cookie-cutter path through life for anyone, and I am honored and privileged to help you find your own unique way. I can provide support as well as facilitate referrals for other services.

Thomas Ewell, M.S.

SEES: Children, adolescents  

Especially enjoys working with: younger children  

Taking the initial steps to seek therapy services is something that people often struggle with, be it for themselves or their loved ones. It is my goal to both match that commitment and establish a collaborative, efficacious, therapeutic relationship once that choice has been made.  

Specializing in children, adolescents and adults, one of my specific interests is working with those who have chronic health conditions. I also recognize the barriers that are often present for maintaining services and will work with patients to ensure they’re getting the care they want and need. 

As part of my practice, I provide both outpatient therapy sessions and psychological evaluations to address a wide variety of concerns. While most of my practice centers around children and adolescents, I also have extensive experience seeing adult patients. I am committed to providing high-quality, empirically derived therapeutic services from the behavioral perspective that are tailored to the needs of the individual and their families, as appropriate. Several therapy modalities I commonly use are: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) , Trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), and Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT). 

Ric Renquest, Jr., MBA, MA, LPC, NCC, ALPS

SEES: Young Adults, Adolescents

Especially enjoys working with: Teenagers

I particularly enjoy working with adolescents and young adults. My special professional interests include trauma, chronic disease (diabetes), human performance and human endurance. I use a non-judgmental, cognitive behavioral approach to therapy while incorporating past and present training based on the needs of the individual client.

For more than 30 years, I have worked with children, adolescents, young adults, and their families in a variety of capacities. The one constant over the years has been the fact that it requires courage for people to seek out help to make a change. Courage is also required on the part of the helper to guide the change process.

While much of my training has focused on children, adolescents, and young adults, I’ve found that most of these concepts apply to all age groups. Building relationships with others in enjoyable to me and I enjoy teaching and learning with my clients.  I believe relationships are imperative to lasting change. I not only believe in teachings from my mentors but practice them in my personal life.

 

Ellis Moran, MA 

SEES: Young Adults, Adults

Especially enjoys working with: College students, LGBTQIA+ individuals  

We all start somewhere, and together, we can start your journey. I provide an empathetic space where you can share your story without fear of judgement or stigma. 

I have experience working with ADHD, anxiety, depression, and trauma-related disorders through both therapy and psychological evaluation services. As a member of the LGBTQIA+ community, I have familiarity with the specific needs that often come along with those who present with concerns of sexual orientation and/or gender identity and have worked closely with those in need of support to work through these matters. 

Therapy is a collaborative process where one can explore their thoughts, behaviors and emotions and how those can have an impact on our mental health, interpersonal relationships, and overall daily functioning. There is a power in embracing vulnerability and learning to accept oneself and identify areas where one may want to improve to get where they want to be. I enjoy helping my clients to make meaningful connections and navigate the challenges that life tends to throw at us. 

 

Jennifer Myers, Ph.D.

(BOTH OFFICES)

SEES: Adolescents, Adults

Especially enjoys working with:
Forensic & Clinical Evaluation

“Owning our story can be hard but not nearly as difficult as spending our lives running from it. Embracing our vulnerabilities is risky but not nearly as dangerous as giving up on love and belonging and joy—the experiences that make us the most vulnerable. Only when we are brave enough to explore the darkness will we discover the infinite power of our light.”— Brené Brown

Sharing your story with someone who can hear it, truly hear it, with empathy and objectivity can be a life altering experience. I believe in identifying and treating the underlying issues that frequently manifest in the thoughts and behaviors which bring people to therapy.

I am honored to share the journeys of identifying the trauma responses that cause detachment, shame, numbing, or the unmet needs which lead us to addiction, maladaptive coping, and unhealthy relationships with brave, resilient humans.

I am passionate about reducing the stigma of mental health issues and helping others to see how they can live meaningfully with all their imperfections. I also appreciate how difficult it can be to admit you need and then to ask for help.

“Just because no one else can heal or do your inner work for you doesn’t mean you can, should, or need to do it alone.” — Lisa Olivera

Most of my practice involves evaluation and working to identify the factors which may be relevant to explaining and understanding behavior. I enjoy clinical and forensic evaluation, both of which allow for the unveiling of issues relevant to understanding the reasons for our actions.

Lucreatia Adams

Office Manager

Penny Gyorko

Office Manager

Bridgeport Team

Darice Yerkovich, LGSW

SEES: children, adolescents, adults, couples, families

Especially enjoys working with:
trauma, ASD, behavioral issues in children & adolescents

**EMDR Therapist**

I use a holistic and attachment perspective when helping people understand and cope with life’s difficulties. I offering proven evidence based therapeutic approaches to help people overcome feeling “stuck.”

I have several years of experience working with trauma survivors. I also specialize in working with children and adolescents who present with challenging behaviors and trauma symptoms. I also have several years of experience working with individuals and their families on the autism spectrum.

I specialize in several therapies which include Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR), Internal Family Systems Therapy, and Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT).

Jennifer Adams, MA, LPC

SEES: children, adolescents, adults

Especially enjoys working with:
children & adolescents

As we go through life, there are always challenges that we face. There are times when we are overwhelmed and need help with getting through what life has thrown our way. If you feel overwhelmed with what’s going on, I’m here to help you. I will help you set goals and work toward achieving them. You don’t have to be alone while working on difficult challenges.

Over the past seven years, I’ve worked with both children and adolescents who struggle with behavioral problems at school and at home, as well as those who are struggling with ADHD, anxiety, and depression. I’ve also worked with adults who struggle with anxiety, depression, and other mental health concerns to help them find a new path for a healthier, happier way of living.

I will help guide you through whatever you’re going through, by providing several different techniques. I have used Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Person Centered Therapy. No matter what’s going on, I’ll work with you on developing new skills and exploring new ways of better coping with stress and life challenges.

If you find that you’re struggling and need someone to walk with you to find your way, please let me be the one to help you get to where you’re going.

Thomas Ewell, M.S.

SEES: Children, adolescents  

Especially enjoys working with: younger children  

Taking the initial steps to seek therapy services is something that people often struggle with, be it for themselves or their loved ones. It is my goal to both match that commitment and establish a collaborative, efficacious, therapeutic relationship once that choice has been made.  

Specializing in children, adolescents and adults, one of my specific interests is working with those who have chronic health conditions. I also recognize the barriers that are often present for maintaining services and will work with patients to ensure they’re getting the care they want and need. 

As part of my practice, I provide both outpatient therapy sessions and psychological evaluations to address a wide variety of concerns. While most of my practice centers around children and adolescents, I also have extensive experience seeing adult patients. I am committed to providing high-quality, empirically derived therapeutic services from the behavioral perspective that are tailored to the needs of the individual and their families, as appropriate. Several therapy modalities I commonly use are: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) , Trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), and Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT). 

Jennifer Myers, Ph.D.

(BOTH OFFICES)

SEES: Adolescents, Adults

Especially enjoys working with:
Forensic & Clinical Evaluation

“Owning our story can be hard but not nearly as difficult as spending our lives running from it. Embracing our vulnerabilities is risky but not nearly as dangerous as giving up on love and belonging and joy—the experiences that make us the most vulnerable. Only when we are brave enough to explore the darkness will we discover the infinite power of our light.”— Brené Brown

Sharing your story with someone who can hear it, truly hear it, with empathy and objectivity can be a life altering experience. I believe in identifying and treating the underlying issues that frequently manifest in the thoughts and behaviors which bring people to therapy.

I am honored to share the journeys of identifying the trauma responses that cause detachment, shame, numbing, or the unmet needs which lead us to addiction, maladaptive coping, and unhealthy relationships with brave, resilient humans.

I am passionate about reducing the stigma of mental health issues and helping others to see how they can live meaningfully with all their imperfections. I also appreciate how difficult it can be to admit you need and then to ask for help.

“Just because no one else can heal or do your inner work for you doesn’t mean you can, should, or need to do it alone.” — Lisa Olivera

Most of my practice involves evaluation and working to identify the factors which may be relevant to explaining and understanding behavior. I enjoy clinical and forensic evaluation, both of which allow for the unveiling of issues relevant to understanding the reasons for our actions.

Andy Ridgway

Office Manager