Counselors and Therapists

 

 

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Dolly Sacristan PhD, LCSW

Location(s): Englewood, NJ
Telephone: 201-776- 4004
Email: drsacristan@aol.com

Dr. Dolly Sacristan is a licensed clinical social worker in the state of New Jersey and has been in practice for over fifteen years. She provides individual (children and adults), couples and family therapy. Her areas of expertise include working with survivors of intimate partner violence and child sexual abuse. Other areas of her work include working with individuals with mood disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder and couples and family relational issues.

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

Dr. Sacristan’s work is guided by humanist principles that can foster the growth of individuals in a therapeutic milieu. These include genuineness, acceptance and empathy. She uses evidence informed interventions such as Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Solution Focus Therapy, Play Therapy and Support Therapy. Her clinical approach is sensitive to the language, cultural, religious and educational needs of diverse populations. Dr. Sacristan is fluent in English and Spanish.

Dr. Sacristan is also an assistant professor at Ramapo College where she teaches in the social work school. She has worked in academia in the field of social work for over ten years. Her research work and interest include cultural competence in clinical practice with Latino clients, international social work practice, and clinical supervision of students in social work graduate programs. She has presented her work at national and international conferences.


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Emily Krause LPC

Counselor

Location(s): Hoboken / Englewood
Telephone: 347-566-2867
Email: esskrause@gmail.com

Emily is a clinical counselor at HRCC, primarily at the Hoboken office. She holds a Bachelor's degree from Villanova University and a Master's degree in Community Counseling. She has obtained her NJ state license in clinical counseling (LPC) and provides counseling services through insurances and on a sliding scale per client discussion and need.

Emily's areas of specialization are individual and couples therapy, adoption related children's work, women's issues, domestic violence, depression, panic disorders, OCD, stress management, employment related issues, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder. She has a background of ten years within social services providing case management to clients of need and values wellness and spirituality in her counseling work.


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Maria Wilbur LSW

Counselor

Location(s): Hoboken / Englewood
Telephone: 347-778-1977
Email: mavilez@fordham.edu

 

Maria has always had a passion for social justice and human rights. After graduating from the College of New Jersey with a major in Psychology, she became an AmeriCorps volunteer. In the Hunts Point section of the South Bronx, Maria served as a tutor and mentor and implemented afterschool programs. The social, economic and mental health disparities she witnessed in the South Bronx inspired her to earn an MSW at Fordham University. During her time at Fordham she became part of the National Center for Social Work Trauma Education & Workforce Development where she received trauma-informed education and training and became certified in providing trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy from the National Child Traumatic Stress Network. During this time as a social work intern, Maria advocated for and clinically supported adolescent-to-adult Latino populations in Washington Heights and the Bronx both in a Medicare managed long term care program and the second year in a middle school in upper Manhattan.

Maria has since began her career in an asthma prevention and intervention program where she provided asthma education in areas of high asthma rates in Harlem and the South Bronx. Maria is now in preventive services helping families with children with special needs provide a safe, nurturing and stable home for their children. Maria was born in Barranquilla, Colombia and was raised in West New York, New Jersey.

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María siempre ha tenido una pasión por la justicia social y los derechos humanos. Después de graduarse de la Universidad de Nueva Jersey con una especialización en Psicología, se convirtió en un voluntario de AmeriCorps. En la sección Hunts Point del Bronx, María sirvió como tutor y mentor. Las disparidades en la salud social, económica y mental que fue testigo en el sur del Bronx la inspiro para seguir sus estudios y completar su maestría en la Universidad de Fordham. Durante su tiempo en Fordham se convirtió en parte del Centro Nacional de Trabajo Social Trauma Educación y Desarrollo Laboral, donde recibió educación sobre el trauma y se certificó en terapia cognitivo en la prestación de trauma centrado en la terapia cognitivo-conductual.

Durante su tiempo de practica en la Universidad de Fordham para ser trabajadora social, María dio terapia para adolescentes y sus familias en Washington Heights y el Bronx, tanto en un administrado de Medicare.

María ha comenzado ya su carrera en un programa de prevención e intervención asma donde ella proporcionó educación sobre el asma en áreas de altas tasas de asma en Harlem y el Sur del Bronx. María está ahora en los servicios de prevención ayuda a las familias con niños con necesidades especiales proporcionan un hogar seguro, educativo y estable para sus hijos. María nació en Barranquilla, Colombia, y se crió en West New York, Nueva Jersey.


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Leah Dunlap-Ennis

MDiv / Reiki Master

Location(s): Hoboken / Englewood
Telephone: 518-366-6771
Email: ennis466@gmail.com

Leah is an ordained minister in the Reformed Church in America. She is a graduate of Hope College in Holland, Michigan, and holds a Masters of Divinity from New Brunswick Theological Seminary. She is a certified Animal Reiki Practioner and a Certified Reiki Master in Usui Ryoho Reiki.

Leah has been interested in and studying holistic healing methods since 2015, through practices in energy healing, meditation, and other disciplines. Her experience has been that in order to heal the body and ‘dis-ease’ or to maintain optimal health systems we must first heal and balance our emotions, minds, and spirits and learn to manage stress. She believes Reiki is the tool we can all use to accomplish these goals. Leah hopes to integrate reiki into the hospital and senior living facilities. She hopes that these efforts will spread the awareness of this healing method and its many gentle benefits.

She is married to Chuckii Dunlap-Ennis, who is a website designer and full time musician.