Our Staff

At Crossroads Psychological Associates, both the clinical and administrative staffs are dedicated to providing the best possible care for our patients.

Thomas W. Stacy, Ph.D.

I believe that the pace and complexity of our world is difficult to navigate alone.  Adolescents and young adults in particular find difficulties that affect not only their lives, but their families.  It is a time for seeking help to manage these crossroads in their lives. ...more

 

David A. Gold, Ph.D.

I like to draw the distinction among thoughts feelings and behaviors.  This is particularly important when working with adolescents.  Thoughts and feelings are things that most people, at least with some work, are able to control.  Feelings however are different. ...more

 

Stephen J. Gaeng, Ph.D.

Life should be enjoyed and the art of enjoyment is an acquired skill. Therapy sessions are a collaborative effort where we work together to identify the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that will ultimately lead to a greater sense of happiness and well-being....more

 

Laura C. Renbaum, M.D.

I believe that to have “well being” one must achieve a state of balance.  The forces that affect all humans (such as medical illness, loss of relationships, loss of dreams, changes in our physical surroundings, or social and financial strain) can cause distress or dysfunction.  ...more

 

Ana Garcia-Fernandez, Psy.D.

My counseling philosophy is based on the intellectual and emotional understanding of the multiple factors that impact functioning across all areas of life. Mental health is the ability to work and contribute to the society at large, as the capacity to enjoy life, and ...more

 
David Band, M.D.

David Band, M.D.

My areas of clinical expertise include ADHD, mood and anxiety disorders, school problems, obsessive-compulsive disorder, court ordered psychiatric evaluations, and conduct and behavioral issues, including those associated with pervasive developmental disorders ...more

 

Brenda May, LCSW-C

Extensive experience in clinical social work has validated my graduate school teachings that we are a product of our biology, psychology, and social experiences. All have a major impact on how we manage our complex lives. My emphasis is on helping access strengths ...more

 

Bill Ray, LCSW-C

The root of many psychological symptoms, including depression, anxiety and even substance abuse is that we avoid that which makes us uncomfortable. In trying to distance ourselves from this, we develop unhealthy ways to cope and conflicts develop inside of us. ...more

 

Matt Otto, M.S.

I believe counseling is a collaborative experience, and see my role in the process as offering empathy, support, guidance and education in order to help my clients and their families reach their goals. I work with adolescents, young adults, men, women, couples and families...more

 

Libby Barritt, M.S., LCPC, NCC

I believe “accepting the things we cannot change and having the courage to change the things we can” is the key to finding balance and a sense of happiness in life. The hard part is knowing the difference between the two. ...more

 
Administrative Staff

Administrative Staff

Our administrative staff at Crossroads Psychological Associates is here to greet you for your appointment, collect your payment and help you with any insurance or appointment questions you may have.  ...more