We offer a wide variety of neurological assessments for the younger generation (special education assessments) to the elderly population (cognitive decline assessments). All of our services are conducted by a trained and qualified neuropsychologist.
Dr. Golin is President and CEO of Integrative Psychology Services. He oversees all aspects of the company including Integrative Psychology Services and the Neuropsychological Treatment Center of New Jersey. Dr. Golin works to establish a strong and collaborative psychology presence in nursing homes, assisted living residences, and other senior care facilities. He trains and supervises licensed clinical psychologists, neuropsychologists, and social workers. In addition, he maintains a close liaison with facility staff, oversees quality control, and offers an extensive array of in-service training. Dr. Golin has been a practicing Clinical Geropsychologist in the senior care industry since 2002.
Gay received her BA from Montclair State College and went on to receive her MSW from Florida State University. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a member of the National Association of Social Workers.
Gay is a compassionate therapist who has worked for the elderly and has dedicated many years to the struggles of homecoming combat veterans.
Zachary Hobson, MSW, is a Licensed Social Worker (LSW), experienced working with populations ranging in age from children to soon-to-be retirees. Zachary has worked in a variety of settings including public schools, professional after-school settings, and also as an in-home clinician.
Serving the LGBTQ+ and disability communities has been my passion and focus throughout my career with a personal understanding of the struggles of these populations. Overall, I am open to working with adults facing mental health concerns from all walks of life with an emphasis on anxiety and depression treatment.
I recognize the importance of the trust needed in therapy, and I truly believe that honesty and a strong relationship between the therapist and client are essential in therapy.
Dr. Lori Katzman earned her Masters and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Widener University in 1999. Prior to that, she received her B.A. in Psychology from Lehigh University in 1994. While at Widener University, Dr. Katzman also became a Certified School Psychologist, concentrated in Family and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and was awarded the Shirley Fink Award for Care and Empathy upon graduation.
Amy Knitzer, LCSW, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She is a graduate of Columbia University School of Social Work and has a second Masters degree in Developmental Psychology, from Columbia as well.
Angela Leone, LCSW, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who joined Integrative Psychology Services in May 2020. Angela’s academic background includes a bachelor’s degree in Psychology at Marist College and a master’s degree in social work at Rutgers School of Social Work. During her Master’s, Angela obtained a Certificate in Aging and has worked with the aging population in-home care and hospice for 6 years.
With a background of many years of varied mental health counseling and therapy experience, Diane helps people find new ways of coping creatively. Having an undergraduate degree in sociology and psychology from Brooklyn College, exchange student course work from Cambridge University, England and a Masters degree in social work from Rutgers University, Diane is a Licensed Social Worker.
Juliet Procopio is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She obtained a Master’s degree in Social Work from Columbia University and has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Work from Seton Hall University. Juliet is a Certified Clinical Supervisor.
Dr. Dara Rosenbaum, PhD. is a licensed Clinical Psychologist who received her Master’s Degree and Doctorate Degree in Clinical Health Psychology from The Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, Yeshiva University. Dr. Rosenbaum has been working at Integrative Psychology Services since 2009 within the assisted living and skilled nursing settings. She specializes in working with the geriatric population and has extensive knowledge in treating dementia and Alzheimer’s patients.
Dr. Stanley Schneider received his Doctorate Degree in Psychology at the University of Maryland as well as a Masters Degree in Guidance and Counseling and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in Rehabilitation Counseling at Boston University. He is licensed as a psychologist in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania. He is a member of the American Psychological Association and the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology.
Irlande is a Licensed Associate Counselor (LAC) with nine years’ experience. Her passion is helping others and making a difference in someone’s life. She has worked with a number of individuals of many different backgrounds and takes pride in providing each client with compassion and care. She provides person-centered treatments, helps clients develop coping skills and manage the distress in their lives.
Joyce Tiemens, LCSW, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with experience working in a variety of settings including home care, assisted living and cooperative housing. She received her master’s degrees in Anthropology and Social Work from Rutgers University and has a certificate in gerontology. Joyce specializes in geriatric and trauma informed care, and works with individuals and families coping with anxiety, depression, chronic and terminal illness, caregiver stress, grief, loss, and transition to a new living environment.
Dr. Christine Truhe is a licensed psychologist who has been with Integrative Psychology Services since 2013 and has been in a private practice based in Summit, New Jersey for 30 years. Her work is with adults. Working with elders in assisted living and skilled nursing settings, she provides her patients with psychotherapy to address a variety of challenges including adjusting to new living situations, medical conditions, disabilities, family communications, and concerns about aging and
Completing his MSW at Hunter College School of Social Work in New York, John Weagley added an additional 2 years of intensive training at the Gestalt Institute, also in New York. He has worked not only with various treatment populations, but at different levels of treatment care; from emergency psychiatric evaluation to long-term individual therapy.
Sherrill Welcome is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who received her undergraduate degree in anthropology from Drew University, and her master’s degree in social work from Rutgers University. Sherrill has been practicing social work for more than 10 years, with a background in areas of aging, disabilities, case management, advocacy and discharge planning.
Dr. Ziesing earned his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 2004. He trained and worked at two of the oldest and most well-respected rehabilitation facilities in the world – the Rusk Institute at New York University and the Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation. Dr. Ziesing is a New Jersey licensed psychologist and clinical neuropsychologist.
Traci Zuckerman, LCSW, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who joined Integrative Psychology Services in December 2020. Traci’s academic background includes a bachelor’s degree in Child Development and Family Services at University of Arizona, and a master’s degree in social work at Loyola School of Social Work in Chicago.Traci’s experience includes working with the chronically mentally ill population and adults who have anxiety and depression.
Lindsey Jordan is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) who received her MSW from Temple University. Lindsey is an empathetic and person-centeredtherapist who is skilled in identifying therapeutic approaches that are a best fit for each client. Lindsey has experience working with adults,care givers, and older adults and has worked with folks from a wide variety of backgrounds