Marc A Gramatges, PsyD, ABPP, CAADC

Marc A Gramatges, PsyD, CAADCDr. Gramatges is a board certified Rehabilitation Psychologist with a focus in neuropsychology. He graduated with a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Immaculata University in 2012. His dissertation was "Dream Content and Post Traumatic Symptoms in Military Veterans." He completed a fellowship in neuropsychology at Bancroft in New Jersey, focusing on acquired brain injury. His clinical experience began as a Mental Health Technician in the United States Air Force. While in the military he specialized as a neuropsychological evaluator but he also conducted forensic evaluations and trained in various areas such as crisis prevention, addictions, and suicide prevention. Honorably discharged as a Staff Sergeant, Dr. Gramatges continued to work in the mental health field, becoming a Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor in 2008. Afterwards he worked as an EAP Consultant for the military, an evaluator for Montgomery County Probation, and psychotherapist for Montgomery County Drug Court. He has completed clinical training at Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems, Rutgers-Camden Student Health Center, and St. Christopher’s Children’s Hospital. Dr. Gramatges is an active member of the American Psychological Association's Division 22, Rehabilitation Psychology, focusing on study of the application of psychosocial principles in working with persons with physical, cognitive, developmental or emotional disabilities. Currently he has his own group practice in Media, PA, where he continues to conduct neuropsychological evaluations and psychotherapy. He also works with Delaware County Diagnostic Services in completing evaluations within the county prison system.

Kimberly Castner, PsyD, LCSW

Kimberly Castner, PsyD, LCSWDr. Castner graduated with a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Immaculata University in 2014 and her Masters Degree in Social Work from the University of Michigan in 1998. She is a member of the American Psychological Association, the Pennsylvania Psychological Association and the National Association of Social Workers. Over the last twenty years, she has worked with several clinical populations including; adult and teenage survivors of partner violence, child and adult sexual abuse survivors, sexually reactive children and teens, adult and juvenile offenders, individuals with traumatic brain injuries, and with college students in a university setting. She has worked as a crisis intake counselor, a clinical therapist, and as a clinical supervisor. She has experience with neuropsychological evaluations, learning disability evaluations, and juvenile court evaluations. She has held clinical staff positions in an adolescent residential setting, a neuro-rehabilitation setting, clinical outpatient settings, and a college university student health center. Dr. Castner also has a passion for working with individuals with challenging medical diagnoses and individuals considering genetic testing. Her 2013 graduate dissertation was entitled, “Huntington’s Disease: The Decision to Undertake Predictive Testing and the Impact of Testing Outcome.”

Jennifer Breslin, PsyD

Kat Smith, LSW, CEAPDr. Breslin graduated with a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Immaculata University in 2015. Her dissertation was “Case Study Of Diagnostic And Treatment Complexities In Repeat Blast Injuries.” Dr. Breslin has collaborated as a research assistant in studies of: post-traumatic growth, social comparisons, and emotional awareness. Over the last 12 years, she has worked with children and adults with a variety of comorbid medical, behavioral and mental health concerns in a variety of settings. During her doctoral degree, Dr. Breslin completed clinical trainings at Bancroft NeuroRehab and Rutgers University’s Student Health Center. She completed a fellowship in rehabilitation psychology at Tampa General Hospital in Tampa Florida, and received specialized training on four clinical rotations, including: Pediatric Neuropsychology, Acquired Brain Injury, Spinal Cord Injury, and Trauma. Additional training was acquired on the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Burn Injury Unit, and Bariatrics Unit. Prior to attaining her doctoral degree, Dr. Breslin received a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Delaware in 2004 and a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of North Florida in 2006. During her Master’s Degree, Dr. Breslin completed clinical trainings in Jacksonville Florida at: The Child Guidance Center, Department of Juvenile Justice, Gateway Community Services, and Foundation Academy. Dr. Breslin was employed as a behavior therapist at Shorehaven Inc. from 2006-2012.  Dr. Breslin was later employed as a lead clinician at Elwyn Inc. from 2012-2014. She has experience with pediatric/adult neuropsychological assessments, educational evaluations, court ordered forensic evaluations, dispositional planning for adjudicated youth, functional behavioral assessments, behavior therapy, developing behavior improvement plans, and individual/family therapy. Dr. Breslin is a member of the American Psychological Association’s General Psychology and Rehabilitation Psychology Divisions. Dr. Breslin is passionate about helping children, families, and adults overcome challenges and achieve their personal goals.

Matthew Richmond, Psy.D.

Matthew Richmond, Psy.D.Dr. Matt Richmond is a developmental neuropsychologist with more than twenty years of experience in evaluating and treating individuals and families impacted by developmental disabilities, chronic medical conditions, and psychiatric disorders across the lifespan (i.e., infants to older adults). He is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Dr. Richmond holds a doctorate in clinical psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCS) with specialization in developmental neuropsychology, health psychology, and rehabilitation psychology. His doctoral dissertation was entitled, “A Participatory Action Research Study of Parenting Sense of Competence in Parents of Children with Spina Bifida”. Dr. Richmond also holds a Masters in Clinical Psychology from TCS, a Masters in Spanish from Roosevelt University in Chicago, and a Bachelors in Psychology & Education Studies from Beloit College in Wisconsin. He completed his pre-doctoral residency at the Pediatric Developmental Center of Advocate Children’s Hospital in Chicago. His formal postdoctoral fellowship training in Pediatric Behavioral Medicine was done in affiliation with Northwestern University Memorial Physician’s Group in Chicago.

Dr. Richmond specializes in the psychosocial and neuropsychological aspects of chronic disease and developmental disability across the lifespan. He has advanced training in behavioral pediatrics with an emphasis on diagnosing and treating infants, young children, adolescents, and young adults, as well as older adults, with conditions ranging from autistic spectrum disorders (ASD) to a broad range of neurologically-based concerns such as those attributable to medical fragility, premature birth and birth injury, traumatic brain injury, attention & executive functioning issues, as well as learning and emotional/behavioral challenges. In addition, Dr. Richmond has specialized training in treating infants, children and adults (ages 0-100+) with co-morbid developmental and chronic psychiatric disorders. Dr. Richmond also has extensive experience in evaluations for dementia or other chronic conditions and mental illness in older adults.

Dr. Richmond is a specialist in advocating for the rights of infants, children, teens and young adults with special needs in the school system, including for issues with transition to adulthood, and provides consultation to families and IEP teams looking to meet the needs of a range of students with very complex needs.

Dr. Richmond can provide neuropsychological or psychodiagnostic assessments in either English or Spanish.

Kevin Hoffman, PsyD, BCB

Kevin Hoffman Dr. Kevin Hoffman, PsyD, BCB, is a licensed psychologist practicing in Media, Pennsylvania. He completed his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 2004 at Susquehanna University. Following that, Dr. Hoffman attended Geneva College, graduating in 2006 with a Master’s degree in Counseling. Dr. Hoffman completed his doctoral studies in Clinical Psychology at Widener University in 2014 where he also studied biofeedback, obtaining both his PsyD and certificate as a board certified biofeedback practitioner.

Dr. Hoffman employs an eclectic therapeutic approach tailored to the needs of the individuals he sees as informed by his training and experience. A Jungian-oriented psychologist, Dr. Hoffman seeks to attend to the efforts of the psyche to speak within a person’s life and to help each individual listen to—and directly engage with—that process which is at work within all people.

Dr. Hoffman specializes in working with those drawn to personal development and spiritual growth, as well as those seeking to find effective responses to the pressing demands of daily life.

Oona Claire Shotwell, Psy.D.

Claire ShotwellDr. Shotwell, a licensed psychologist, earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology magna cum laude from Kenyon College in 2007, and her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Widener University in 2012. As a psychotherapist, Dr. Shotwell has experience working with people of many different backgrounds, ages, challenges, and strengths. She specializes in working with clients age 18 and older. For her dissertation, she completed an empirical study of self-care among mental health practitioners. Self-care is a topic of great interest and importance to Dr. Shotwell in her own life and in her therapeutic work. Her professional work has been greatly influenced by the philosophy of psychologist Carl Rogers, who said, “the good life is a process, not a state of being. It is a direction, not a destination.” Dr. Shotwell believes that change can only occur when an individual is truly motivated to make adjustments to improve his or her life, with support and self-care. She welcomes clients who are ready to examine the causes of their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, and who are willing to receive constructive feedback and engage in dialogue about how they can make positive improvements in their lives.

Kat Smith, LSW, CEAP

Kat Smith, LSW, CEAPKat began working in the mental health field in 1994 as a residential counselor in the local Community Residential Rehabilitation group homes with the chronically mentally ill and dual diagnosed populations. She later earned her Masters in Counseling from Immaculata University in 1998 and spent the next 10 years working in a variety of settings with dual diagnosed clients. In 2006 she became a Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor and worked as a Chester County Drug and Alcohol assessor. In 2007, Kat transitioned into a role in an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and became an Employee Assistance Professional in 2012. She has specialized training in working with the elderly and is a Certified Life Coach.

Gina Bell, MSW, LCSW

Gina BellGina graduated from Temple University in 2011. As a therapist, she feels it is her role to be a supportive, an empathetic and compassionate listener, a guide, and a partner in the journey to recovery. Whether the struggle is with relationship issues, addiction, mental illness, or grief and loss; therapy is an opportunity to achieve goals and to overcome obstacles in life. Her expertise lies in cognitive behavioral therapy and has found much success with an eclectic approach to fit the individual's needs. She has spent the last 6 years partnering with clients to manage addiction and mental illness, trauma, personality disorders. She began her work in the field as a volunteer and found her experiences to generate a desire to be a partner in the healing process rather than an observer. She is passionate about her work with survivors of assault and violence, mood and thought disorders, and various life stressors. She is comfortable working with men, women, and those that use an alternate identification. She additionally welcomes persons of the LGBT community although she does not claim expertise in this area. She is here to help and will work with clientele to provide the best treatment possible.

Jennifer Rice, LMFT

Jennifer RiceJennifer graduated in 2001 from Syracuse University with her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. She has worked in the mental health field since 1992, and has provided therapy to individuals, couples, children, and families with various mental health and relationship concerns. Recently, Jennifer has worked with the homeless population. She has also provided in-home therapy to children and families who have experienced trauma related to being victims of crime, and utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help clients work through anxiety, depression, grief and loss. Jennifer’s areas of interest include trauma, perinatal bereavement (including grandparents and siblings), and couples experiencing fertility issues and high-risk pregnancies. She has treated clients as young as 4 and up, and has developed and run support and psycho educational groups for parents. Jennifer has been a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Pennsylvania since 2006.

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Media, PA 19063

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