Jennifer Sadoff, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist at Lake Normal Psychological services and has over 25 years of clinical experience. Dr. Sadoff received her B.A. degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1990 and her doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville in 2000. She has been in private practice since 2006. "I have training and experience in multiple therapeutic modalities, including Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and more traditional psychodynamic and interpersonal techniques. I use a collaborative approach employing strategies that are individualized for each person and based on the specific needs of my client."
I graduated from UNC Charlotte in 2004 ( marketing) Queens University of Charlotte in 2010- ASN Winston-Salem State University- 2011 (BSN) Worked at MUSC (mother/baby) in 2014. Novant-2016 to present on Special Maternity Care. Worked with the disabled population since 2004 with Total Care and Concern. Single parent of two: 7 and 5 years old.
Tarissa Vreeland MS, OTR/L Tarissa graduated with her master’s degree in Occupational Therapy from Nazareth College of Rochester, NY in 2017, and recently moved to North Carolina in August 2019. As an OT, she has experience working with individuals of all ages, helping them live the best quality of life possible, through meaningful occupations and everyday activities. She has a special interest in assisting with equipment needs and home modifications and is passionate about helping individuals with developmental disabilities. In addition to being committed to her career, Tarissa loves being a mom to her two-year-old daughter, and spending time with her husband.
Roslyn Walker, MA, LPA Roslyn Walker is a Psychological Associate, licensed under the NC Psychology Board. Since obtaining her master’s degree from East Carolina University, she has spent the past 28 years working in diverse clinical, academic and business environments, including community mental health, public school programs, the NC state prison system, and private practice. Roslyn has vast experience assisting people who are experiencing mental health issues related to depression, trauma, anxiety, stress, and anger. In addition, Roslyn uses her talent for program and group development, in both therapeutic and work environments, to foster camaraderie, belonging and improved problem solving among individuals. She is an expert in the area of psychological testing and diagnostic assessment. No matter the setting, Roslyn brings authenticity to the therapeutic alliance, and believes that at their core, people want to feel seen, heard and as if they have purpose.
Radhika Unnithan, MA, LPA Graduated with a Masters of Arts degree from the Clinical Community Program at UNCC and have been practicing psychology for 25 years. Started the Hope Center LLC with Stephen Elliott, PhD and work with all age groups including children, adolescents and adults providing Individual, and Family therapy, clinical evaluations and assessments, consultations for the Head start program in Salisbury. Worked as a forensic evaluator for the State of North Carolina and involved with the NC State Family Preservation Program. Currently in the process of pioneering a support program in the community to reduce the incidence of depression among youth.
Celeste Helling is a speech-language pathologist specializing in augmentative communication and assistive technology service delivery for children and adults with developmental and acquired disabilities. Celeste received her Master of Arts degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of North Texas. Her background includes assistive technology service delivery for children and adults with developmental and acquired disabilities. Celeste also holds the Assistive Technology Practitioner credential by the Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America. In addition, she is the recipient of four professional augmentative communication and assistive technology honors.
Angie Owen-Killar, MA, LPA Angie earned a Master of Arts degree in Clinical and Community Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte while acquiring over 30 years of experience in the field of developmental disabilities. Her experience covers a wide range of I/DD and co-occurring mental health diagnoses, behaviors, and environments, including classrooms, alternative family homes, group homes, day programs, supported and competitive work settings, and summer camps. Angie has been the owner/operator of Psychological Support Services, PLLC in Concord, North Carolina for 16 years. Her experience includes working as a psychoeducational therapist and consulting psychologist with the TEACCH Autism Program, a staff psychologist with Piedmont Behavioral Healthcare, and a consulting psychologist with the Exceptional Children' Program. Angie resides in Kannapolis, NC where she has raised her two children with her husband of 27 years. In addition to her love and passion for her family and the families of those she serves in her work, she enjoys spending time with her ridiculous pets, relaxing in her flower gardens, and getting lost in a really good book.