MARISE ALEXANDER, Psy.D.

2021-05-06T11:40:51+00:00

Marise Alexander is a Clinical Psychologist who has been practicing since 1999. In 2013 she became a founding partner of Partners for Behavioral Health and Wellness. She trained at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology in Chicago. Her clinical training included working at two different VA hospitals: first in [...]

BRENDA ALTOSE, MD

2021-02-16T01:56:59+00:00

Dr. Brenda Altose  has worked in private practice since 2011, joining Partners for Behavioral Health and Wellness in 2014. She offers services in Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatry including evaluation, consultation, medication management, and psychotherapy, with a special interest in parent guidance. Dr. Altose is committed to a collaborative [...]

NANETTE AUERHAHN, Ph.D.

2021-02-16T03:55:10+00:00

Nanette Auerhahn, Ph.D., received a B.A. from Barnard College, a Ph.D. from Yale University, and postdoctoral training at Stanford University. She has been a psychotherapist for over three decades and uses insight oriented, psychodynamic psychotherapy to help individuals reach their goals and become their best selves. She taught at [...]

NATALIE REISS, Ph.D.

2021-02-16T03:56:51+00:00

Dr. Natalie Staats Reiss is a licensed psychologist who received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from West Virginia University.  She completed a clinical internship and postdoctoral fellowship at the Palo Alto Veterans Affairs Medical Center, and a postdoctoral research fellowship at Case Western Reserve University. Dr. Reiss currently provides cognitive [...]

JANE STECKLER, Ph.D.

2021-02-22T02:57:00+00:00

Having a doctoral degree in clinical psychology, Jane Steckler specializes in child-adolescent issues as well as select adult issues. Areas of focus include anxiety/panic disorders, depression/mood disorders, Attention Deficit Disorders, and stress management including mindfulness/imagery/self-hypnosis training, as well as coping with acute/chronic illness, particularly diabetes and other autoimmune disorders. [...]