What is EMDR?
EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing. It is a scientific form of therapy that is used to help people heal from traumatic experiences. EMDR helps the brain to process painful memories and feelings. Often when a person goes through a traumatic event such as the death of a loved one, divorce, witness a violent incident, experienced a natural disaster, sometimes the brain cannot adequately process the enormity of the tragedy. This might cause the person to experience nightmares, flashbacks, difficulty moving on, anxiety, depression, and other symptoms. EMDR is a therapeutic technique that helps the brain to properly ‘file’ the trauma. Once the trauma is ‘filed’, it no longer causes distress.
• Anxiety, Panic Attacks, and Phobias
• Chronic Illness/Medical Issues
• Depression & Bipolar Disorders
• Dissociative Disorders
• Eating Disorders
• Grief & Loss
• Performance Anxiety
• Personality Disorders
• PTSD & Other Trauma-/Stress-related Issues
• Sexual Assault
• Sleep Disturbance
• Substance Abuse & Addiction
• Violence & Abuse
Our Trauma Specialists
Kimberly Boulden, MSW (Pre-licensed Professional)
Ruth Cain, MS, LMSW, JSOCC (Pre-Licensed Professional)
Ruth is a graduate of Delaware State University and Wilmington University. She is JSOCC (Juvenile Sexual Offending Certified Counselor) for children and adolescents with inappropriate sexual behaviors. She has worked with children and adolescents for over 10 years in the mental health field. She has been trained as a multisystemic therapist working with at-risk adolescents and as a mobile therapist for intensive outpatient. Ruth has worked with depression, self-esteem, ADHD, anxiety, and mood disorders. She likes to work with children, adolescents, and adults.
MS, LMSW, JSOCC
Casey Graney, MSW (Pre-Licensed Professional)
Olivia Iaquinto, MSW (Pre-licensed Professional)
Melanie Klosiewicz, MSW (Pre-Licensed Professional)
Melanie is a Delaware native who received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Washington College in Chestertown, MD, in 1998. After graduating, she started her career in Child Welfare working with children and families experiencing the trauma and loss associated with abuse and neglect. Melanie obtained her Masters in Social Work from Delaware State University in 2001. After taking some time off to raise six children of her own, she returned to her work with Delaware’s children and families and is currently working toward becoming a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW).
Melanie believes in coming alongside clients and giving them the tools they need to achieve their goals. These tools come from a variety of evidence-based treatment modalities. Melanie uses a whole person approach in therapy acknowledging the relationship between spiritual health, physical health, mental health, and environmental factors.
Melanie provides school based services in lower Delaware and virtual services.
Kelly Lackey, MSW (Pre-Licensed Professional)
Kelly is a graduate of the University of Delaware where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology in 2004. After working directly with children and families for many years, she obtained her Masters in Social Work with an additional Trauma Certificate from Widener University in 2019.
She has spent her career serving children and families touched by trauma. She has spent 15 years working in child welfare, striving to keep children safe, strengthening at-risk families, and supporting adoptive children and families. She also serves on the Board of Directors of the About Child Trauma Foundation, a not-for-profit agency in Pennsylvania that provides advocacy and education about childhood trauma.
Kelly feels that true healing occurs within safe, supporting relationships. She believes in meeting each client where they are, and building upon every individual’s existing strengths. She has experience working with children, adolescents, and families and is currently working toward obtaining her Clinical Social Work license.
Sandra Lopez-Villicana, LCSW
Sandra is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania where she earned her BA in Criminology and her Master of Social Work degree. She has lived in Delaware for most of her life but has worked with children, teens, and families in Boston, MA, Camden, NJ, and Philadelphia, PA. Sandra has supported many individuals with various needs and adjusts treatment accordingly. Sandra is trained in EMDR, PCIT, TraumaPlay, Play therapy, Sand Tray Therapy, and CBT.
Sandra conducts sessions in English and Spanish. She is licensed in both Delaware and Pennsylvania and provides school-based services, in office, and through telehealth. As Program Manager for Bilingual Services, Sandra is eager to expand the availability of services for every individual throughout Delaware.
Director of Bilingual Services
Marisa Maguire, MS, LPCMH
Marisa is a graduate from Wilmington University where she earned her Bachelors in Psychology and her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Marisa is devoted to continuing to refine her skill and specialty training in a wide-range of therapeutic interventions including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, and Mindfulness. She is currently working to become certified in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
Marisa is a Licensed Professional Counselor of Mental Health who provides client-centered therapy to children, teens, and young adults. Marisa has experience treating a range of issues including, trauma, anxiety, depression, and more.
Marisa is passionate about providing the most effective and compassionate counseling. She believes in empowering individuals to live their most authentic life by utilizing strength-based approaches to increase resilience of those whom she works.
Shea Marriott, LMSW (Pre-Licensed Professional)
Shea Marriott MSW graduated from Widener University with a Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work. She has been working with children and their families for over ten years. She received her Bachelors in Psychology from Wilmington University in 2007. After graduation, she worked at the Diakon Lutheran Ministries/The Brandywine Program Intensive Outpatient Services as a Community Interventionist. Shea conducted community-based services, including individual, family, and group counseling. She also develops and initiates support group for John Hopkins Tova program that supports individuals with sickle cell. Shea approaches psychotherapy from a tradition of healing and utilizes a variety of orientations. These include Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Client Centered, Functional Family Therapy, Emotional Focused Therapy, Solution Focused and EMDR. She challenges clients to accept and GROW through psychological and emotional challenges and become the best versions of themselves. Ms. Marriott is a Licensed Master Social Worker and serves as the Director of Marketing and Business Relations for CCD.
Director of Marketing and Business Relations
Shanice Reid, MSW (Pre-Licensed Professional)
Shanice was born and raised in the city of brotherly love, Philadelphia. She received her Bachelor of Social Work in 2017 and her Master of Social Work in 2020. Both degrees coming from the illustrious Delaware State University. Shanice Reid is a pre-licensed school based clinician currently working towards her licensure.
Shanice has experience working with a variety of populations but mainly works with young children and at-risk youth and their families. Trained in PCIT and EMDR, Shanice uses a strength-based approach, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Art Therapy, and more to work successfully with clients and families.
Rebecca Roebke, LCSW
Rebecca specializes in working with children and families using strengths to overcome challenges. She has worked with children for over 15 years. Her interest is in helping children and adults who have experienced trauma with the goal to empower families to make the necessary changes in order to create strong, loving environments where children can thrive.
Rebecca is trained in and practices the following modalities:
- PCIT: a specialized therapy that helps oppositional/defiant children ages 2-7 learn to listen to their parents. PCIT improves behavior while also strengthening the parent-child relationship.
- EMDR for children and adults (certification 1/2023): EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a psychotherapy that enables people to heal from the symptoms and emotional distress that are the result of disturbing life experiences. Repeated studies show that by using EMDR therapy people can experience the benefits of psychotherapy that once took years to make a difference. For children, Rebecca is trained to integrate EMDR into play therapy.
- Trauma Play (certification 12/22): an attachment-based play therapy model for healing the wounds of trauma with children and families.
Rebecca enjoys teaching and training others on the effects of trauma on the brain and integrating art and other creative modalities into the therapy process. When not providing therapy in the outpatient office, you can most likely find Rebecca on the beach with her husband, two children, and her pups.
Director of Staff & Community Needs
Rosa Sutton, Ed.D, LPCMH, NCC
Rosa is a native Delawarean who earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Sociology from Villanova University. After spending four years abroad supporting the military, she returned to Delaware to earn her Master’s in Human Services Administration from Wilmington University, followed by her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, also from Wilmington University. Rosa completed her Ed.D. in Community Care and Counseling with a focus on Traumatology/Trauma Studies from Liberty University. Rosa is a Nationally Board Certified Counselor and is a Licensed Professional Counselor of Mental Health. Rosa has a background an intensive outpatient provider and has experience providing therapy services to children, adults, and families. Rosa holds a certification in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and is also trained in Functional Family Therapy (FFT). Rosa predominantly uses traditional cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and for her younger clients includes elements of play therapy. Regardless of modality, Rosa prefers a strengths-based approach, focusing on the strengths that her clients bring with them and building upon that foundation.
Ed.D, LPCMH, NCC
Program Manager for Teen Services
Shannon Tarolli, LPCMH
Jasmine Wynn, LCSW
Jasmine Wynn is a graduate of Columbia University where she received her master’s degree in Social Work with a concentration in Family, Youth, and Children. She has worked over 10 years providing counseling and coordination of services to children, teens and families. Jasmine is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and oversees school based mental health services at CCD. She believes no person has to face challenges on their own and mental health support must be normalized to help those in need achieve success. Jasmine works with clients of all ages providing evidence-based treatment. Jasmine has been trained in Parent Child Interactive Therapy (PCIT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Brainspotting (BSP), Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Internal Family Systems (IFS).