Judith Creecy, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker offering services to adolescent and adult residents in New York. She has a vast array of clinical interests; however, her specializations are mood disorders, addiction, relational issues and trauma. In practice, Judith takes an empathic approach working with clients, and views the therapeutic relationship as a collaboration in which the client and she work to achieve their goals.

Judith’s interest in mental health care began with her interest in human behavior and psychology in college. She had a mentor, a therapist, who supported and encouraged her choice of behavioral health.

Judith enjoys and writes poetry. She is a nature lover, spent many years in Arizona and hiked the Grand Canyon.

“To thine ownself be true.” – William Shakespeare

Margarita Carson, LCSW is a board certified clinical social worker offering services to adolescents and adult residents of New York and New Jersey. She has a vast array of clinical interests; however, her specializations are anxiety, depression and cognitive behavioral therapy. Margarita is a solution-based therapist. In her practice, Margarita’s philosophy of care is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a health life by utilizing complementary therapy approaches and techniques. 

Margarita’s interest in mental health care stems from her experiences working with individuals and families from disadvantage communities. She learned very early in her career that she had a passion for helping people. 

Margarita loves to binge watch series on Netflix and enjoys hiking in the summer weather. Her biggest career and personal success is starting a private practice in New York State. 

“The good life is a process, not a state of being. It is a direction, not a destination. ” – Carl Rogers, Psychologist 

Lori Thompson, LMHC is a licensed mental health counselor offering services to adolescent and adult residents in New York and New Jersey. She has a wide range of clinical interests; however, her specializations are anxiety disorders, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, relationship counseling, stress management, trauma and abuse. Lori’s philosophy of care is that therapy is an opportunity to explore – she helps patients walk through rough patches, point out things in their journey that they may not have noticed and give them tools to move forward on their own. Lori’s career in mental health care has been a life-long calling. She finds it gratifying to see people find their own strength and grow.

Lori plays the piano and violin, and studied martial arts for 15 years.

Holli Stayton, FNP-C, NPP-C is a certified nurse practitioner of psychiatry who works with child and adult residents of New York. She is skilled in providing comprehensive care throughout the lifespan and specializes in child, adolescent psychopharmacology, autism spectrum disorder and adult psychopharmacology. Holli also has experience collaborating with primary care, therapy and community agencies for more holistic care. When providing treatment, Holli focuses on learning her patient’s individual stories to better meet them and their families where they are at. She then offers her professional guidance to help them reach their goals and live a fulfilling and enriching life.

Before she became a nurse practitioner of psychiatry, Holli worked for over 20 years as a certified family nurse practitioner in the medical setting, where she saw the need for quality mental health services. That and her personal experience caring for children with mental health disorders led her to start her career in psychiatry. Holli received her second graduate degree as a psychiatric nurse practitioner from Binghampton University. When she isn’t working, Holli likes to partake in spinning exercise classes and to spend time with her 6 children and family.

Prescribes Medication: Yes

Age Range: 0 – 65

Specialties: Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Adult Psychopharmacology

Martha Frame, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker offering services to children, adolescent and adult residents in New York and North Carolina. She has a vast array of clinical interests; however, her specializations are anxiety and mood disorders, spiritual and faith based counseling, school refusal, grief counseling, child and adolescent counseling and DBT. In her practice, Martha believes that our earliest life experiences and the course of our development shape our sense of self and others. When there has been damage in these life experiences and relationships, it can affect our perspective of self, our response to others and the course of our lives. She believes and practices that the construct of the professional therapeutic relationship is designed to provide the opportunity for an individual to repair and resolve these central experiences and to experience healing in the self.

As a child, Martha grew up in family that valued helping others. Her home was often a refuge for people in crisis and she was able to observe her mother counsel and guide these individuals, which inspired her to pursue this work. Her mother later became a marriage and family therapist and was a mentor for her.

In her free time, Martha enjoys cooking and has catered and cooked in restaurants in the past. She is also a writer and studied creative writing as an undergraduate. In 1970, she made a transatlantic voyage on a Swedish ocean liner and lived in Holland for three years.

Prescribes Medication: No

Age Range: 0-65+

Specialties: Anxiety and Depression, Grief Counseling, Child and Adolescent Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy