OUR STAFF

PROVIDES COMPASSIONATE CLINICAL CARE

 

DAN M UDREA, MD

Dr. Udrea, or Dr. Dan as most of the kids he treats call him, is Board Certified in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and General Psychiatry.  He has worked in both Acute and partial hospital programs. He completed medical school at Carol Davila school of medicine and did Residency in Psychiatry and Fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Allegheny General Hospital. He has worked in research with ADHD during his time at University of California at Irvine. He has presented at a number of National Conferences.  This has allowed him to understand the relevant research which contributes to the standard of care.


He enjoys teaching and has been the Rotation Director for the Child and Adolescent Partial Hospitalization Rotation – for Residents and Fellows and has also taught courses in Psychopharmacology for doctorate level students.  He believes that effectively communicating is essential to both good treatment and good teaching. 


He has won numerous awards including the Ester Mandelker Excellence in Psychotherapy award and was a Health Care Heroes Finalist for the Pittsburgh Business Times. He practices from the standpoint of collaborative treatment with parents and children or teens themselves.  He believes that if given the right information parents can make appropriate decisions regarding the well being of their children.

LINDSAY RUDOLPH, L.C.S.W.

Lindsay Rudolph is a licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Pennsylvania.  She completed her undergraduate studies at Indiana University in Bloomington, IN where she received a B.A. in Psychology. Lindsay went on to complete her Masters in Clinical Social Work at the University of Pittsburgh. She has thirteen years experience working in the mental health field, ten of which have been as a Masters level therapist.  Throughout Lindsay’s career, she has treated patients in a variety of settings including partial hospital and acute hospital programs, residential treatment facilities, and public school systems.  Her experience lies primarily with children, adolescents, transition-age youth and their families.   She is adept at facilitating individual, group and family therapy.


Through treatment, Lindsay will work with your child to help them develop a better understanding of their current struggles and teach them skills to more effectively manage stress and mental health symptoms.  Lindsay will collaborate with families to support them in feeling more confident in managing their child’s symptoms by providing psycho-education and parenting techniques.  In treatment, Lindsay utilizes supportive therapy, relaxation techniques, exploring patterns of behavior, cognitive behavioral therapy techniques, implementing tools to improve coping and developing insight and awareness.

GINA BURKE, L.C.S.W.

Gina Burke is a licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Pennsylvania. She completed her undergraduate and graduate degrees in Social Work at the University in Pittsburgh. She has eight years of experience working in the mental health field while in a school setting. Gina has worked in acute and partial hospital programs, providing emotional and behavioral support to adolescents and their families during crisis situations. 

Gina will work with you and your child to provide you with effective interventions to meet your treatment goals. Gina has experience in individual, group, and family therapy, and will tailor treatment to meet your family's needs.

CHELSEA KENDREW, L.P.C.

Chelsea is a licensed professional counselor in the state of Pennsylvania. She has 15 years experience working with children, adolescents and young adults. Chelsea completed her undergraduate work at Anderson University in Anderson, Indiana majoring in English and Art. She received her MA in Counseling from Geneva College. Chelsea is passionate about working with youth to overcome challenges related to anxiety, OCD, depressive disorders, behavioral concerns and inattention.

 

STEPHANIE CHUIRAZZI, L.P.C.

Stephanie Chuirazzi is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Pennsylvania, receiving her M.A. in Counseling from Geneva College in 2015.  Stephanie decided to switch careers and pursue a counseling degree after raising her three sons. Her early career involved non-profit management to help individuals with disabilities and she received her B.A. from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio and a Master’s degree from The Ohio State University in Public Administration.  

Stephanie is experienced with intensive in-home family based therapy, crisis management, as well as outpatient treatment.  She has worked to support the mental health needs of adults, adolescents and children utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Structural Family Therapy and Motivational Interviewing.  Stephanie will provide client-centered treatment to help either you or your child discover effective coping skills and learn how to navigate the impact of cognitive distortions. She will also offer techniques to increase resilience using psycho education, parenting strategies and instill a sense of hope for the future.  Stephanie and her family have lived in the Wexford area for over 25 years.

BRITTANY SEESE, L.P.C.

Brittany Seese is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Pennsylvania. She completed her undergraduate studies at Robert Morris University, where she received a B.S. in Psychology. She went on to receive her M.A. in Counseling from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2015. Brittany has six years experience working in the mental health field. Brittany began working with children and adolescents diagnosed with ADHD, oppositional defiant disorder, anxiety, depression, adjustment disorder, and mood dysregulation disorder, in the home and school setting. Brittany worked closely with families and teachers to provide the best support.Brittany has facilitated anger management, and parenting groups to adolescents and adults. Brittany also completed 2 years as a counselor in the clinic setting working primarily with adults and adolescents focusing on coping skills, stress management, parenting skills/strategies, self-esteem, and goal setting. In treatment Brittany utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy, supportive therapy, and motivational interviewing.

 

MEGAN PRITCHARD, L.P.C.

Megan is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Pennsylvania. She received her undergraduate degree in Psychology at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and went onto receive her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Indiana University of Pennsylvania as well. Megan has seven years’ experience in the mental health field and has worked in Crisis Intervention programs and BHRS settings. Most recently she has worked for the last five years in Family Based Mental Health and has begun to participate as a trainer mentee with Western Psychiatric Hospital’s State Training Program for other Family Based Mental Health therapists. Through these experiences she has a strong foundation in working with children, adolescents, and their parents.


Megan works to take a caring approach and incorporate a variety of evidence-based practices into her treatment approaches such as CBT, DBT, ACT, ERP, and Systems Theories to support her clients in empowering them to create changes they wish to see. Megan takes the approach of working to address the mental health symptoms but also helps the client understand and shift patterns that contribute to them feeling stuck in where they are at in the life.

MEREDITH KEPLER, L.C.S.W.

Meredith is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, in the state of Pennsylvania. She graduated from Juniata College, with a B.S. in Psychology in 2011. Meredith went on to receive her Master’s of Social Work in 2014 from the University of Pittsburgh and received her clinical license in January of 2019. She has 11 years of experience working with children, teens, and families in multiple settings, facilitating individual, group, and family therapy. She spent several years as a mental health therapist in an acute partial hospital setting and several years as a school- based outpatient therapist in a public school. Meredith has also facilitated therapeutic interventions within homes, throughout her career. Meredith primarily uses cognitive behavioral therapy as a modality to help her clients gain insight, cope, and communicate with their support systems, in order to best meet their needs.

 

CARRIE L. VOGELSANG, M.S.C.P., LPC

Carrie L. Vogelsang is a Licensed Professional Counselor that has worked as a counselor for over 12 years. In these years she has offered help in various settings. Her focus has primarily been with children, adolescents and teenagers. Carrie has worked within a partial hospital setting, a private school setting and within a Pediatricians office seeing clients with a diverse range of disorders. Her expertise is treating Anxiety, Depression, Adjustment disorders and helping parents with parenting techniques. In treating younger children, she has been trained and has used PCIT (Parent-Child Interaction therapy) to help parents of younger children with behavioral concerns. She also has expertise in treating Postpartum and Perinatal issues during pregnancy or following childbirth. 

Carrie Vogelsang graduated with a Bachelors of Psychology in 2004 from California University of Pennsylvania and a Masters of Counseling Psychology from Chatham University in 2008. She truly believes that learning is a lifelong commitment in counseling and continues to learn from her experience with clients and by constantly pursuing new trends/needs in counseling. 

In treatment she focuses on building a trusting relationship with the individual and uses a collaborative approach with the client to developing the course of treatment to renew balance in their life. She believes that treatment can take a short period of time or longer depending on the client.  As a therapist and parent, Carrie uses an Integrative Approach for children to shed light on where children are in their development and the function of their behavior. In addition, she uses play therapy to help engage the children in the process and as a teaching method.  In treating older clients, she uses a comprehensive range of techniques like, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness and Acceptance techniques.

 

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