Scott J. Bloszinsky, Psy.D., ABPP Clinical Psychology
Dr. Bloszinsky recieved his B.A in Psychology from Rider University, M.A in Counseling Psychology from Boston College, and Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Hartford. He completed a pre-doctoral internship at Hutchings Psychiatric Center in Syracuse, NY, completed his post-doctoral work at Binghamton Psychiatric Center, and became licensed as a Psychologist in Pennsylvania in 2002. Dr. Bloszinsky is Board Certified in Clinical Psychology through the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP). He has been working as a Clinical Psychologist for Psychology Associates of Bethlehem since 2001. Dr. Bloszinsky conducts psychotherapy, psychological testing, and personality evaluations with individuals of all ages presenting with a variety of concerns and issues. He has also received training in trauma-based programs for sexual and physical abuse victims. Dr. Bloszinsky's clinical interests include personality assessment, trauma and abuse issues, and professional training/supervision.
Marifel Estrada-Currie, Ph.D. Clinical Psychology
Dr, Estrada-Currie is a licensed Psychologist who received her M.S. in Community Counseling from Villanova University and her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Temple University. She completed her clinical pre-doctoral internship training at Friends Hospital in Philadelphia, PA where she worked on the adolescent, adult, geriatric, and eating disorder units. Prior to joining Psychology Associates of Bethlehem, she worked in various settings such as community mental health clinics, university counseling centers, and outpatient clinics. Dr. Estrada-Currie has experience conducting psychological evaluations and conducting individual and group therapy treating eating disorders and mood related issues among other behavioral health diagnoses. Her clinical interests include race and diversity, disabilities, and health related issues. Dr. Estrada-Currie has given presentations on race and diversity at several national conferences such as Columbia University's National Roundtable and at the National Conference of the American Psychological Association.
David R. Funk, Ph.D. Clinical Geropsychology
Dr. Funk is a licensed Psychologist who received his M.A. in Clinical Psychology and his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Temple University. He has been with Psychology Associates of Bethlehem since 2000, specializing as a Clinical Geropsychologist. Previously, Dr. Funk worked with Magellan Behavioral Health as a Case Manager III. He also worked at the Philadelphia Geriatric Center as a Geropsychologist for over eighteen years. He has conducted original research in learning and memory and also in cultural differences in the expression of depression in elderly nursing home residents.
Dr. Griffith-Henry is a licensed Psychologist in the state of Pennsylvania. She received her Ph.D. in Psychology (with an emphasis in Health Psychology) from the University of Cincinnati. Dr. Griffith-Henry completed a pre-doctoral internship at Yale University and a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in the areas of substance abuse and chemical dependency treatment. In the past, Dr. Griffith-Henry has provided psychological services to patients in a variety of settings including VA hospitals, university counseling centers, residential addiction treatment centers, correctional centers, mental health community centers, and outpatient clinics. Dr. Griffith-Henry has experience in treating mood, anxiety, addiction, and co-occuring disorders among older adolescents and adults. Since joining Psychology Associates of Bethlehem in 2008, Dr. Griffith-Henry has also been specializing in geropsychology.
Jenna L. Jebitsch, Psy.D. Child, Adolescent, & Adult Therapy
Dr. Jebitsch received her B.A. in Psychology from Millersville University of Pennsylvania, M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Springfield College, and M.S. and Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Jebitsch completed her post-doctural residency at Psychology Associates of Bethlehem, P.C. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at the Child and Family Institute at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center in New York City, working with children, adolescents, and their families in out-patient therapy, and in school-based addiction and mental health programs. Prior to receiving her doctorate, Dr. Jebitsch worked as a residential clinician at KidsPeace - Orchard Hills Campus and also completed a one year doctoral practicum at KidsPeace Psychiatric Hospital, specializing in child and adolescent psychological testing and diagnostics. Dr. Jebitsch also has experience working with individuals who have suffered traumatic brain injury, having completed training in neuropsychological testing and cognitive remediation at ReMed Brain Injury Rehabilitation. She is a licensed Psychologist in the state of Pennsylvania, and a National Certified Counselor (NCC). Dr. Jebitsch's clinical interests include child and adolescent mental health, cognitive behavioral therapy, diagnosis and treatment of traumatic brain injury, health psychology, spirituality, sport psychology, and cultural diversity.
John N. Laguna, Ph.D. Clinical Geropsychology
Dr. Laguna received his M. Phil and his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the Graduate School of the City University of New York. He completed his clinical pre-doctoral internship training at Gouverneur Hospital in New York City. During his career Dr. Laguna has worked both as an Administrator and a Clinician in community mental health, behavior medicine, and general hospital settings. He is a trained Wellness Coach who is interested in the interface between health and mental health, especially in the areas of Smoking Cessation and Stress Management. Throughout his career, Dr. Laguna has focused on the Older Adult population in long term care, assisted living, and independent living facilities, and is currently certified as an Alzheimer's Disease and Other Dementias Treatment Specialist. He is licensed in Pennsylvania and New York.
Bridget T. McVan, Ph.D., LPC Adolescent, Adult, and Group Therapy
Dr. McVan received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Walden University in 1999. She has experience working with adults, adolescents, and the geriatric population. She is an adjunct Faculty for De Sales University. Dr. McVan specializes in adolescent, adult, and group therapy. Previously, Dr. McVan worked for The Horsham Clinic conducting individual counseling, couples therapy, and psycho-educational groups. Her clinical interests include grief, self-esteem, and anxiety.
Margaret B. Page, M.A., LPC Adult Therapy, Expressive/Creative Arts Therapy
Margaret Page earned her Master's degree in Expressive Therapy and Mental Health Counseling from Leslie University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor, providing individual psychotherapy for adults. Ms. Page worked for seven years as a creative arts therapist on an inpatient psychiatry unit and a medically managed detoxification unit at Woodhull Medical and Mental Health Center in Brooklyn, NY. In Ithaca, NY, she worked with the geriatric population as a Senior Services Coordinator at a community counseling center and as Director of Recreation at a rehabilitation facility. She also provided caregiver counseling and clinical supervision in these roles. Ms. Page is experienced in facilitating workshops and expressive therapy groups. She has led wellness groups for students at Cornell University and recently was a guest lecturer for Cedarcrest College's Graduate program in Expressive Therapies. Ms. Page's clinical interests include psychodynamic psychotherapy, creative arts therapy, grief, depression, and anxiety.
Joanne M. Regina, Ph.D. Clinical & Neuropsychology
As CEO for Psychology Associates of Bethlehem, P.C., Dr. Regina established and manages a Corporate Compliance Program for the practice which insures quality standards are met and maintained for all providers and services. Dr. Regina is a licensed Psychologist and also serves as Director of Psychology Services for St. Luke's Hospital. She has taught courses in Ethics & Professional Issues, Psychological Testing, and General Psychology for nearly twenty years and is currently an Adjunct Faculty at Lehigh University and Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine Graduate Psychology Program. Dr. Regina founded Psychology Associates of Bethlehem's Graduate Training Program in 1992, which continues to provide Practicum, Internship, and Fellowship opportunities for students enrolled in accredited universities. A Fellowship trained Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Regina specializes in the area of Health Psychology with persons of all ages. She has numerous publications and presentations on the applications of Psychology to health care and organizational settings. Her clinical interests and specializations include neuropsychological assessment, learning styles, and parent education training.
Tania A. Scriff, MA, LPC Adolescent and Adult, Addictions, and Co-Occurring Treatment
Tania Scriff is a Pennsylvania Licensed Professional Counselor. She has a Master's degree in Counseling Psychology from Boston College and is also a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC). Tania's experience includes dual diagnosis populations in Partial Hospitalization, Intensive Outpatient, and Outpatient settings. She has developed an eclectic approach over the past 18 years and treats diverse issues including mood disorders, anxiety, depression, co-occurring disorders, trauma, parenting, and addictions. She conducts therapy with teens, adults, women, couples, and families. She enjoys exploring client strengths and barriers to growth as they move through the process of building lasting changes.
Thomas D. Sugalski, Ph.D. Clinical & Neuropsychology
Dr. Sugalski is a psychologist and clinical neuropsychologist treating children, adolescents, and adults. He has particular interests in neurodevelopmental disorders and disorders of aging, and research interests in the role of frontal lobes in executive functioning and attention and concentration. Dr. Sugalski is on the Affiliated Staff in the Department of Behavioral Medicine at St. Luke's Hospital, and Provides consultations to physicians and psychiatrists on neuropsychological and psychological cases. He has been an Adjunct Professor at several universities and is currently a Clinical Assistant Professor at Temple University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry. He has also been an invited speaker at industry groups and a consultant to several organizations. He offers continuing education to physicians, psychologists, and health care professionals on topics including Alzheimer's Disease, FrontoTemporal Dementia, Lewy Body Dementia, Vascular Dementia, Parkinson's Dementia, Post-Stroke Depression, and Psychological Assessments for Bariatric and Pain Patients. He has conducted forensic evaluations for capacity to make decisions. Dr. Sugalski published an article entitled "Utilizing Neuropsychological Testing to Inform ADHD Diagnosis and Treatment."
Christina M. Vocaturo, LCSW Adolescent, Adult, Older Adult, Couples and Family Therapy
Christina Vocaturo is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She received her MSW from Marywood University and her BA in psychology from Susquehanna University. Her experience providing psychotherapy includes working with individuals, couples, and families. She has worked extensively with adolescents, adults, and older adults in a variety of settings, including inpatient and partial hospitalization programs. In addition, she has worked as a hospice social worker, and has proficiency working with grief, loss, and bereavement as well as with anticipatory or complicated grief. Her clinical interests also include working with those affected by developmental trauma and abuse, mood and anxiety disorders, health-related issues, and concerns related to sexual identity.