Hazelden in Center City, MN On-Call Staff Donald R. Elverd, PsyD, LP, has interests in working with survivors of trauma, working with veterans, cognitive behavioral approaches to therapy, Twelve Step recovery, hypnotherapy and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), non-traditional healing methods and the integration of spirituality into therapy. (2004, Counseling Psychology Amy Evans, PhD, LPCC. Clinical interests include assessment and treatment of mental health concerns that co-occur with chemical addictions, as well as group therapy and supervision. Her theoretical orientation integrates a variety of models, including person-centered, motivational interviewing, solution-focused, and cognitive behavioral (2010, PhD Counseling Psychology, University of Wisconsin-Madison). Wendy McMahon, MS, LMFT, LADC, has interests in trauma-informed somatic, health, and rehabilitative psychology. Areas of focus are sexual health, interpersonal relationships, traumatic recovery and growth, chemical and process addiction recovery, expressive arts, mind/body eating dynamics, sensory processing, and holistic treatment approaches. (2012, Masters in Psychology, Walden University; 2017, Doctoral Candidate, Clinical Psychology, Walden University) Fran Williams, PsyD, LP, LMFT, has interests in trauma and recovery, PTSD, dissociative disorders and personality disorders, and psychoanalysis. (2002, Counseling Psychology, University of St. Thomas) Doctoral Interns Anne Catino, MA, has interest in neuropsychological assessment, treatment of co-occurring disorders, anxiety, depression, and chronic pain. She is focused on client-centered therapies using Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). Anne completed Counseling Psychology coursework at the University of St. Thomas, Minneapolis, MN. Princess Drake MS, MA, PsyD Candidate (Florida School of Professional Psychology). Her primary interests include co-occurring disorders, trauma, psychosis, diversity/identity issues, and personality disorders. Theoretical Orientation interest includes Time Limited Dynamic Psychotherapy, Attachment, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Ms. Drake is dedicated to working with diverse populations and obtaining additional experience through leadership, mentoring, and academic training. Ms. Drake currently serves on The Trust Student and Early Career Psychologist Advisory Committee. Hyun-Soo Lee, MS, PhD Candidate (2018, Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science). Interests: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, trauma, mindfulness, substance use disorders, aggression, and psychological testing. Chanel Leibsohn, MA, PsyD. Candidate (2018, Arizona School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University). Interests: Substance use and co-occurring disorders, anxiety and related mood disorders, trauma, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, teaching, supervision, personality assessment, and psychological testing. Postdoctoral Resident Lou McDonald, MA, PsyD (2015, William James College). Clinical interests include: trauma and recovery, post-traumatic subjectivity, women's health, LGBTQ health, life transitions and identity concerns, creativity, and mindfulness. Christene Narikkattu, PsyD, is a postdoctoral resident at Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. She has previously worked in a variety of settings including therapeutic day schools, residential drug treatment programs, outpatient mental health clinics, and correctional facilities. She is interested in working with addictions as well as co-occurring disorders including Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, and Generalized Anxiety Disorder. Treatment is focused on the patient's strengths and recognizing areas of growth. Additionally, Christene implements various theoretical models including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy into treatment. Hazelden in Plymouth, MN Doctoral Interns Kyja Foster, MA, LADC, ADCR-MN, PsyD Candidate (2018, Minnesota School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University). Interests: trauma, substance use disorders, psychological testing, holistic treatment approaches, and psychodynamic therapy. Jillian B. Rubinstein, MA, PsyD. candidate (2018, Loma Linda University). Interests: intensive trauma therapy, grief and loss, severe and persistent mental illness, psychotic and dissociative disorders, animal assisted therapy, strengths-based family therapy, play therapy, narcissistic personality disorder and how it affects family dynamics, assessment of co-occurring disorders, and interpersonal therapy. Postdoctoral Residents Erica Christian, PhD (2017, Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science). Interests: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, severe and persistent mental illness, recovery model, substance use disorders, psychological testing and assessment, and psychopathy. Nora Durkin, MA, PhD Candidate (2017, University of Minnesota). Interests: Emotion regulation, eating disorders, assessment, treatment outcome research, cognitive behavior therapy, emotion-focused interventions, identity development, group dynamics, training/supervision, and multicultural competency. Hazelden in St. Paul, MN Postdoctoral Resident Courtney J. Kibble, MA, PsyD Candidate (2017, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology). Interests: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, trauma, mindfulness for mood and anxiety disorders, clinical assessments and specialized testing, co-occurring disorders, teaching, training and supervision, multicultural competency, and interpersonal dynamics. Nicole M. Steil, PsyD, completed her doctoral degree in clinical psychology at the Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at Hazelden in Plymouth and her post-doctoral fellowship at Hazelden in St. Paul. Her background includes providing individual therapy and assessment for children and adolescents at a large behavioral health hospital in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She enjoys working with anxiety disorders and specializes in cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma, and dual diagnosis. Her therapeutic orientation is client centered and a quote from one of her favorite books, Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl, reads: "Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom."