Mary Anne Iorio, MSW, LCSW
Mary Anne earned her bachelor’s from Maryville University with a double major in psychology and sociology. She earned her master’s in social work, with a concentration in health and mental health and with a specialization in family therapy, from Washington University’s George Warren Brown School of Social Work. She provides clinical supervision for CFS’ office-based clinicians. In addition, she provides therapy primarily to adults, couples, and families dealing with a broad range of issues, including mood disorders, codependency, relationship issues, divorce, illness, and unemployment-related issues. The focus of Mary Anne’s continuing education is cognitive behavioral therapy. Her additional training includes clinical supervision and mediation of business, family, and divorce issues.
Maryanne Mica, MA, MSW, LCSW
Maryanne earned her master’s in social work from Washington University’s George Warren Brown School of Social Work. She holds a second graduate degree from Saint Louis University, and, in addition, has received advanced training from the Institute of Clinical Social Work in Chicago. She provides therapy to adults, couples, and children, especially in the areas of trauma, depression and/or anxiety, and grief and loss. She has a special interest in working with children, adults, and families in the areas of adoption and foster care, including reactive attachment disorder.
Maryanne has extensive experience in child welfare, especially in the areas of foster care and adoption services. She worked for a number of years for the Missouri Children’s Division and in the private sector. She presents regularly at national and international training conferences in the area of child welfare services. She also is a part-time instructor in the schools of social work at Washington University and Saint Louis University.
Emily Morgan, MSW, LCSW
Emily earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from University of Missouri-Columbia. She earned her Master’s degree in Social Work with a concentration in mental health from the George Warren Brown School of Social Work atWashingtonUniversity.
She has experience working with individuals, children, and families who have experienced crisis, families involving a member with developmental disabilities, as well as with children in the foster care system. Emily’s clinical practice involves working with individuals, couples, and families. She utilizes a variety of therapeutic modalities in her work. However, she is focused on working with clients through a cognitive-behavioral approach.
Lesa Schnurbusch, MSW, LCSW
Lesa earned both her bachelor’s in social work and her bachelor’s in child and family development from the University of Missouri-Columbia. She earned her master’s in social work, with a specialization in family therapy, from Washington University’s George Warren Brown School of Social Work. She provides counseling for adults, couples, and children with a wide range of issues, including mood disorders and codependency as well as behavior, relationship, and divorce issues. She is trained in trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TF-CBT) to work with traumatized children. She also is a Love & Logic for Parenting class instructor. In addition, she has received Level I training in the Gottman method of couples counseling. As a counselor in our School Partnership Program, Lesa provides therapy for children as well as parenting education and support in Catholic grade schools. The focus of her continuing education is TF-CBT.
Laura Todt-Stockman, Ph.D., LCSW
Laura earned her master’s from the University of Pittsburgh and her Ph.D. in educational and counseling psychology from the University of Houston. When she joined CFS in 2002, she brought 30-plus years of experience as a mental health professional, an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) counselor, and a career counselor. Her background includes work at a university student counseling and testing center, a veterans’ medical center, at community mental health clinics, with Aetna health plans, and at St. Louis Community College. She provides therapy to adults with a broad range of emotional, relationship, family, health, and aging concerns. She is contracted at our West County office.
Carolyn Zacarian, MSW, LCSW
Carolyn earned her Bachelor’s degree in Child Development from Tufts University. In 1978, she earned her Master’s in Clinical Social Work from Simmons College, Boston, Massachusetts. Over the past 30 years she has provided assessment and psychotherapy for adolescents, adults, couples and families in a variety of settings: in-patient hospitals, agencies, in private practice and has collaborated with numerous Employee Assistance Programs. Carolyn has helped clients cope with a broad range of issues including depression, anxiety, marital/family discord, co-dependency, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder as well as providing support for parents of children with special needs. Her continuing education has focused on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mood Disorders and Marital Therapy. She has received advanced training in Couple Therapy from The Family Institute of Cambridge in Massachusetts.
Karen Faerber, MA, PLPC
Karen earned her Bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Missouri Columbia and her Master’s degree in professional counseling from Lindenwood University. She treats children, adolescents, adults and couples. Her areas of interest include depression, anxiety, grief, relationship issues and family problems. Karen also teaches Love & Logic Parenting classes.
Chelsea Link, MA, LPC
Chelsea earned her master’s in Clinical Psychology from Roosevelt University, Chicago. She is a therapist in our West County Office and has experience working with children, adolescents, and families. Her primary emphasis is on issues related to children and adolescents including emotional and behavioral concerns, as well as family and parenting. Chelsea has specialized training in the Love & Logic for Parents curriculum as well as TF-CBT (Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy).