Ms. Campbell is an Advanced Practice Board Certified Psychiatric Nurse who is also Certified in Addictions Nursing. She has a broad base of experience ranging from direct treatment (both inpatient and outpatient) to training (presents nationally on the topic of Dual Diagnosis) to clinical writing (co-authored two texts on Dual Diagnosis) and program design. She formerly served as Program Director of the Center for Psychiatric and Chemical Dependency Services, a program that she helped to design and implement at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic in 1987. Ms Campbell has been with Isaly Counseling Associates since 1998. She works with adults and couples.
Mr. Dorn has been with Isaly Counseling Associates for the last 16 years. He has over 28 years of experience in the field of counseling. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and specializes in the treatment of men's issues, stress management, anger management, dual diagnosis, co-dependency, sexual minority, shame and guilt and life-purpose issues. He also provides critical incident stress debriefing (CISD) counseling to area companies. He holds a Master’s Degree in Divinity from the Washington Theological Union, Silver Spring MD. Mr. Dorn provides EAP services to military personnel and their families as an in network provider in the Military One Source (MOS) program through Beacon Health and the US Department of Defense. Throughout his career he has held both managerial and clinical positions in Pittsburgh area treatment facilities. He has presented trainings on Adolescent Addiction, Addiction and Spirituality, and Boundaries in the Workplace. His clinical approach is individualized to the counseling needs of each of his clients and he seeks to provide a safe therapeutic environment so his clients will experience personal empowerment so necessary for desired change.
CONSTANCE L. LAPPA
MSW, LCSW, QCSW, CST
Ms. Lappa is a licensed clinical social worker and AASECT certified sex-therapist who has been in private practice for over 20 years. She counseled women and their families at Magee Women's Hospital for many years regarding issues related to complicated pregnancies, pregnancy loss, infertility, sexual assault and breast/gynecological cancers. Besides those areas, Ms. Lappa treats clients with anxiety/panic disorders, depression, post-partum depression, medical /disability concerns, couples issues, and adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse. As a sex therapist, she has a special interest in treating a variety of sexual concerns in men and women. Ms. Lappa has been published in professional journals and books (chapters) and has been a speaker for community and professional groups on numerous occasions. She is an adjunct professor at both Robert Morris University in the undergraduate Social Sciences Department and at the University Of Pittsburgh School Of Social Work in the Master’s program. She treats individuals and couples of all genders, sexual orientations, cultures and faiths.
WILLIAM J. SCHENCK
MBA, MA, LPC
Bill joined Isaly Counseling Services in February 2019. Upon his completion of a successful career in banking and finance, Bill chose to pursue a career in counseling and therapy. He completed his Masters of Arts in Counseling in May 2014 and became a Licensed Professional Counselor in January 2018. He provides therapeutic and counseling services to clients and their families who are dealing with challenges that can include (but aren't limited to) anxiety and depression, relationship issues and trauma. Bill takes a client centered approach that focuses on honest reflection/introspection, affirmation and restoring both self-esteem and trust. His work has benefited people who are dealing with challenges related to substance abuse, alcoholism and addiction. An important part of this client service includes counseling clients who participate in medication assisted treatment (MAT), including Suboxone and Vivitrol. Since 2014, Bill has and continues to provide counseling services to substance abuse patients at Gateway Rehab in Greentree, Pa.
MA, ATR, LPC, BCPC
Ms. Cohen obtained her Master’s Degree in Behavioral Sciences from the University of Houston/Clear Lake in 1982. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor as well as a Registered Art Therapist. Ms. Cohen has been practicing for over 30 years, primarily in substance abuse treatment, working with both adolescents and adults. She has experience working with individuals, groups, and families. Additionally, she worked with the treatment of perinatal (pregnant women) for 8 years.
Ms Cohen has over 30 years working with issues around substance abuse disorders, codependency, & mood disorders. She has worked with adolescents, adults, couples & families.
With numerous decades of clinical experience, Ms Cohen utilizes a variety of therapeutic interventions & approaches. She actively works on matching the appropriate therapeutic strategies to best meet the client's needs, skill set, & strengths. Whatever the approach, Ms. Cohen assists clients with learning to address their issues from a strength-based position. She consistently utilizes the concepts & practices of Cognitive-Behavior Therapy (CBT) & Mindfulness to assist with empowering the client in gaining a sense of mastery over themselves (most importantly), & their environment, & to assist with improving functioning across all life areas.
Ms. Fox has been a licensed therapist since 1991, having been trained as a Gestalt therapist with the New England Gestalt Therapy Institute. She received her Master’s in Social Work from the University of Pittsburgh. She specializes in treating dual diagnosis, depression, anxiety, ADHD, family issues, bereavement, and family of origin issues. She has worked with clients who have acute mental health issues at Westmoreland Hospital and Western Psychiatric Clinic as group therapist. Also she has been a group therapist at Gateway’s Intensive Outpatient Program for substance abuse. She has years of experience as a care manager at UPMC. Ginny has compassion and understanding for clients on their journey of emotional healing.
Mr. Lori has worked in the mental health field for the past 20 years , performing both family-systems work and individualized-focus therapy. His clinical orientation ranges from client-centered, solution-focused, humanistic and Existential approach.
He believes in providing a strength-based, supportive, authentic and non-judgmental approach to the therapeutic process.