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Meet our Team

Lindsay Fleishman, LPC, CSOTS, CCFC

Co-owner, Clinical Director, Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Sex Offender Treatment Specialist (Juvenile and Adult), Clinically Certified Forensic Counselor

Lindsay studied Psychology and Criminal Justice at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. She worked in the Philadelphia Prison System while completing her undergraduate work. She attended graduate school in New York, NY and earned a Master’s Degree in Forensic Psychology from John Jay College. While in graduate school she worked as an Adjunct Lecturer for City College of New York in the Psychology Department teaching Experimental Psychology and Forensic Psychology; and did research for the FBI’s Behavioral Sciences Unit. 

Lindsay is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Sex Offender (Adult and Juvenile) Treatment Specialist, Clinically Certified Forensic Counselor, EMDR trained therapist (for adults and children), and Certified in Aggression Replacement Training. She has a Post-Graduate Certificate from Widener University in Child Sexual Abuse. Lindsay has experience working with acute and chronic mental health issues including depression, anxiety, trauma, stress, anger management, perpetrators and survivors of sexual abuse, pornography, pedophilia, paraphilias, domestic violence, and personality disorders. She provides individual and group therapy, as well as consultation services for attorneys, courts, advocates, lawmakers, and government agencies. Lindsay is a Pennsylvania Sex Offender Assessment Board evaluator tasked with sex offender evaluations for the state of Pennsylvania. 

Jamie Wagaman, MA, LMFT, CSOTS

Co-owner, Clinical Director, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Sex Offender Treatment Specialist (Juvenile and Adult)

Jamie is a graduate of Penn State University where she received her BA in Psychology. She also graduated from LaSalle University with her MA in Clinical-Counseling Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy. Jamie is also certified to work with individuals who are struggling with sexual behavioral issues and uses EMDR therapy. She has been working in the field for over 13 years, specializing in therapy with angry, defiant and delinquent youth and their families.  She has experience with intensive restructuring and psycho-educational family therapy sessions.  She greatly enjoys her work with teens and their families.  Jamie is a mother to two energetic sons and enjoys playing guitar in her spare time. 

Alyson Wogenrich, MS, CSOTP

Marriage and Family Therapist

Certified Sex Offender Treatment Professional

Alyson has travelled all over the country for her education. She attended Arizona State University for her Bachelors in Psychology. Between her bachelors and masters she gained vital experience working directly with children and families in hospital and residential settings. She attended Nova Southeastern University in Florida to complete her masters in Marriage and Family Therapy. Alyson continues to hold her LMFT in Florida while working through the process of licensure in Pennsylvania. Alyson has been working in the field for almost 10 years with experience in working with struggling teenagers, families, the LGBT community, and specialization in trauma. She will be returning to school to obtain a post-graduate certificate in Sex Therapy! Alyson is also trained in EMDR therapy to further support the needs of trauma clients. She is a Certified Sex Offender Treatment Provider. She has worked in hospitals, schools, residential treatment programs, in-home, and outpatient facilities which has helped with her systemic approach to therapy. During her free time, Alyson enjoys spending time with her rescue dogs, experimenting with different makeup looks, and traveling.

You can reach Alyson via email:

Michael Ramsey, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Michael is a licensed professional counselor.  In 2003, he received his Masters of Science in Counseling Psychology from Chestnut Hill College and has received extensive training in adolescent and family counseling. Michael's vast clinical background includes work with children and families diagnosed with Autism and Aspergers; group counseling and prevention services in schools and communities, including Accelerated Rehabilitory Disposition Groups (ARD) to young people arrested for underage drinking; and families with at-risk adolescents who are experiencing truancy, drug and alcohol issues, conduct disorders, and other mental health problems.


In Addition to Michael's clinical work in counseling, he also serves as a program supervisor with a local non-profit agency, where he supervises therapists working with at-risk families. Michael's extensive experience with adolescents and family therapy led to his guest appearance on the television show Navigating your Life with Dr. Nat Williams, where he discussed the impact of drugs and alcohol on families.  His clinical work emphasizes the application of Family Systems Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for a wide range of presenting problems, such as anxiety disorders, grief/loss, marital issues, adolescent and family conflict.

Elizabeth Johnson, Psy.D.

Licensed Psychologist

Dr. Johnson is a licensed clinical psychologist with over a decade of experience in forensic psychology. In 2007 she graduated from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology with a M.A. in Forensic Psychology and earned a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Miami’s Carlos Albizu University in 2013. She completed the Batterer Intervention Facilitator training in 2013 and the Florida Forensic Examiner training in 2014. She anticipates being appointed by the Governor to the Sexual Offender Assessment Board in the near future.

Dr. Johnson’s focus has been on appreciating problematic sexual and violent behaviors across the lifespan by supporting adolescents, adults, individuals with intellectual disabilities, and their families through evaluations, treatment in residential and outpatient settings as well as educating professionals. She is an advocate for trauma-informed support of individuals with problematic/offending sexual behaviors and has been asked to present on the topic by the Pennsylvania Office of Developmental Programs several times. Dr. Johnson believes clients are capable of great change and can develop fulfilling and meaningful lives when given agency, hope, and compassion. Dr. Johnson’s background also includes treating and evaluating perpetrators and survivors of intimate partner violence as well as conducting a variety of court ordered evaluations including violence and sexual risk assessment, comprehensive psychological evaluations with IQ testing, and competence to proceed.  

Dr. Johnson is only accepting referrals for evaluations at this time and is not conducting individual therapy. 

Elena Douvanis, MA

Assistant Clinical Director

Elena earned her master’s degree in Counseling for Mental Health and Wellness from New York University and her bachelor’s degree in Public Relations and Psychology from Penn State University. As a mental health counselor and certified life coach, Elena helps clients move from struggling to wellness and flourishing. Enacting a person-centered, strengths-based approach, Elena uses curiosity to work actively and collaboratively with clients on finding solutions, achieving goals, and making changes that are meaningful to them. This involves an integrative approach utilizing CBT, DBT, mindfulness, attachment theory, and trauma-informed care. Elena provides individual and couples counseling for clients with concerns including stress, anxiety, depression, complex trauma, identity and career exploration, life transitions, and relationship conflict. 

Dwight Evans, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Dwight Evans, M.Div, MA, LPC is a Licensed Professional Counselor who has over 30 years of clinical experience in working with adults, families, children, young adults, and teens. He did his undergraduate work at the University of Valley Forge and majored in Foreign Missions. He spent several months in Germany working with the ministry team and multinational young adults during that time. His first post graduate education was completed at Ashland Theological Seminary in Ohio. Yes, Dwight is a Cleveland Browns fan! During these years he was a youth and an assistant pastor of 2 churches in Ohio. Originally Dwight planned to go into the US military however those plans were changed upon returning to Pennsylvania, whereupon he began to work in a licensed Day Treatment center for at-risk youth and families. This is where his heart is. During this time Dwight worked alongside of county Juvenile Probation departments and worked closely with county Children & Youth agencies. He has ample experience in working with mental health professionals.

Dwight completed a second post-graduate degree in Clinical Counseling from Liberty University. Following this he received certification as a Juvenile Sex Offender Treatment Specialist from Ohio University. Dwight was immersed in the massive changes that occurred in Mental Health with managed care organizations and learned the process of adapting to the changing laws and rules that govern mental health services today. Dwight has worked for the past 5 years in the field of pre, and adolescent sexual issues, including yearly trainings.

Dwight specializes in Anger resolution and has a well-grounded counseling theory. He was trained in how to overcome and heal from unresolved anger as a result of the underlying wounds and hurts that afflict people. His approach to treating trauma comes from this method, however trauma work and training are also part of his background.  

Dr. Emily Salema

Licensed Psychologist

Dr. Salema is a Licensed Psychologist in the Commonwealths of Pennsylvania and Massachusetts, as well as the states of New Jersey and Florida. Dr. Salema has served as the Clinical Director of the Florida Civil Commitment Center (FCCC), a facility housing more than 500 men civilly committed as Sexually Violent Predators (SVPs). She also worked in multiple roles, to include the Acting Clinical Director, of the Massachusetts Treatment Center (MTC), a Department of Correction-run facility housing men civilly committed as Sexually Dangerous Persons (SDPs). Dr. Salema has worked with male and female sex offenders in the state prison system, as well as male sex offenders in the federal prison system. Dr. Salema’s scope of evaluation services include risk/treatment needs evaluations for sex offenders and civil commitment evaluations for sex offenders. She has presented at state and national conferences on an array of issues pertaining to sex offender treatment. More broadly, Dr. Salema has conducted competency to stand trial, mental status at the time of the offense, aide in sentencing, need for hospitalization, and fitness for duty evaluations.

Dr. Salema’s experiences providing treatment and evaluation services to sex offenders in a variety of settings has led to a solid understanding of the missions and capabilities of these programs. Dr. Salema has assisted in the development of prison and facility-based programs aimed at providing treatment services for sex offenders of varying risk levels and offending types. These endeavors have been guided by empirical research into the most effective treatment modalities for different types of offenders. Dr. Salema relies on these professional experiences, as well as available research, to inform clinical opinions about risk, management, and treatment needs. Additionally, Dr. Salema is trained in the use of several risk assessment measures aimed at predicting sexual and violent reoffending rates (i.e., STABLE-2007, ACUTE-2007, Static-99R, PCL-R:2, HCR-20, etc.). These assessment measures are routinely incorporated into comprehensive evaluations, and can be supplemented by personality, cognitive, intelligence, and diagnostic tests as indicated. Dr. Salema is committed to promoting public safety and offender rehabilitation through evidence-based treatment and evaluation services.  She also conducts Act 235 evaluations.

Brian Kern

Pre-Licensed Clinician

Brian will be joining our team in September 2021 and will be accepting self-pay clients. He enjoys working with juveniles and adults. He also provides couples counseling. 

Megan Eckhardt

Master's in Counseling Intern

Our Master's in Counseling Students are available for low cost mental health counseling to individual in the community who may not have access to mental health benefits. They are supervised by licensed staff members. Please call or email our intake coordinator if you're interested in receiving services. 


Individual counseling sessions, 50 minutes = $20

Regina Rehberg

Intake Coordinator & Master's in Counseling Student

Regina studied at East Stroudsburg University where she earned her BS in Psychology and Sociology. Regina currently attends Kutztown University working towards her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Regina has experience working with children, adolescents, and families working in the home, at school, and in the community as a Behavioral Health Technician. Regina’s experience includes providing therapy services to individuals with diverse mental health issues, including but not limited to ADHD, ODD, ASD, transitional problems, behavioral problems, anxiety, and depression. Regina works from a person-centered, strengths-based approach in helping individuals focus on their interests, strengths, resources, and capabilities to achieve meaningful growth in their lives.


Individual counseling sessions, 50 minutes = $20

Allen Collins, LSW

Licensed Social Worker

Allen Collins is a Licensed Social Worker who brings a broad array of life experiences to his practice. After retiring from a long career, Allen returned to school to gain more knowledge and better insight in preparation for a retirement of service to his community. This educational experience resulted in a Master’s degree in Social Work with a focus on direct practice and included completion of the Hartford Partnership Program for Aging Education. His practice experience includes support for frail and vulnerable seniors who were aging in place in the community; work with individuals, and their families, living with dementia; as well as involvement in acute behavioral healthcare settings. While these experiences generally meant working with older individuals, being a father and a grandfather, as well as time spent serving on boards of a school district, a community library, and a local youth club have provided insight into the challenges facing a much wider age group.

Allen’s broader work experiences have brought an in-depth understanding of governmental processes and requirements, basic challenges facing employees and employers, the benefits of teamwork, and the value of accepting help, whether we think we need it or not. The life process has also included days of shoveling stones, hammering nails, and wheeling seemingly endless wheelbarrows full of concrete as he worked to find his way and support his family. He has donated more than 20 gallons of blood over the years and encourages everyone to donate if their health allows. Allen tries to remember every day to be curious and grateful. 

Allen is accepting new clients for self-pay. 

Nicholas Waxmonsky, LPC, CSOTP

Licensed Professional Counselor

Certified Sex Offender Treatment Professional

Nick is a Licensed Professional Counselor who joined DCA January of 2022. Nick obtained his bachelor’s in Sociology/Criminal Justice at East Stroudsburg University in 2012. He completed an internship at Monroe County Correctional Facility. Here, Nick developed a passion for mental health counseling and began to pursue a career path in mental health. Nick obtained his Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in 2019 from Capella University. Nick has experience in a variety of clinical settings that includes working at Kidspeace Residential Facility as a Mental Health Technician with children/adolescents, Access Services’ Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS, now IBHS) as a Therapeutic Staff Support and Supervisor, and Warwick Family Services’ Family Based Program as a Family Based Therapist and Family Based Supervisor. He gained experience in individual counseling with children, teens, and adults, as well as working with couples and families ranging from a variety of presenting challenges such as complex trauma, depression, anxiety, questioning sexual orientation/identity, borderline personality, reactive attachment, and suicidal ideations.

For treatment approaches, Nick is trained in Level 1 Internal Family System Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Eco-Systemic Structural Family Therapy.

Caitlin Ziegler, LPC, CSOTP

Licensed Professional Counselor

Certified Sex Offender Treatment Professional

Caitlin Ziegler is a licensed Counselor in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. She obtained her undergraduate degree at Wilkes University with a major of Criminology and a minor in Women's Studies. After graduating she worked at the Northampton County Juvenile Justice Center for 10 years. Finding the passion for counseling while working full time, she graduated from Kutztown University with a Master Degree in Family and Marital Counseling. 

She has worked for four years working with adjudicated Juveniles and their families. In counseling, she utilizes several approaches that benefit the client, including EMDR, CBT, Trauma Informed Care, Person Centered Counseling, Mindfulness techniques, Strength based as well as, family system work. She has experiences with families as well as individuals.  

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Please feel free to email us with any questions you may have about counseling, the process of getting started, or any other questions you may have.  Let us know if you would prefer contact through phone or email.  We make an effort to return emails and phone calls the same day but it may take up to 24 hours. 

***Please be advised that we do not have regular office hours Thursday 6:00pm to Monday 8:00am.  If this is a mental health emergency please call 911, contact your local crisis center, or visit your nearest Emergency Center.  

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