Meet The Team
Lindsay Klimik, PsyD
Dr. Klimik is a licensed psychologist and neuropsychologist. She specializes in neuropsychological assessment, a tool to understand how brain based differences affect a person’s everyday functioning. In particular, Dr. Klimik specializes in diagnosis and treatment of neurodevelopmental conditions such as autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, and learning disabilities.
Dr. Klimik works with individuals with a wide range of psychological and emotional difficulties, including anxiety, depression, relationship issues, childhood behavioral problems, grief, and difficulties coping with life’s challenges.
Dr. Klimik also provides executive coaching and consultation for teams and organizations to gain clarity around their vision, purpose and values, to get related to one another, and to get clear about what is in the way of achieving their goals. Through this work, teams transform and achieve goals that were previously impossible.
Dr. Klimik is currently accepting new patients for neuropsychological examination only.
Amanda Carter, LPC
Director of Child and Adolescent Services
Amanda is a Licensed Professional Counselor who enjoys working with children, teens, families and couples to guide them through their time of healing and growth. Amanda has certifications in art and play therapy to help youths express themselves when finding it difficult to communicate verbally. Amanda is also certified in the Nurturing Parenting Program to assist parents with developing parenting skills while recognizing how to have their own needs met as both a parent and individual. Amanda understands that each person, regardless of age, is an individual and therefore uses an eclectic therapeutic approach tailored to each person to best help them reach their goals.
Amanda strives to provide a warm, patient and empathetic setting to teach skills and assist families to make cognitive and behavioral changes that will restore peace, balance and happiness within their homes.
Renee Moffett, LCSW, LCADC
Renee is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor. She utilizes a strength-based approach to engage individuals in a journey of self-acceptance and personal growth. She integrates a variety of treatment modalities including Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Enhancement technique, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy and Mindfulness. She has worked in a variety of settings including residential, intensive outpatient and standard outpatient settings. She specializes in working with adults and adolescents who are facing a broad range of presenting problems such as trauma, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder, self-esteem struggles and low self-worth.
Renee’s goal is to provide clients with an open, safe, and nonjudgmental environment to explore and evolve throughout each session.
Jaclyn Ciampolollio, LPC
Jaclyn is a Licensed Professional Counselor who believes a trusting therapeutic relationship, empathy and support are most necessary to promote positive change. Her role in this process is to provide a safe space to motivate clients to reach their goals and increase self-awareness and self-acceptance. She works with adults and has extensive experience helping individuals cope with Anxiety, Depression, ADHD and Mood Dysregulation as well as working with those who are going through life transitions and relationship issues.
She believes in the client-centered approach to counseling and strives to create an atmosphere of positive communication, trust and understanding. The focus of treatment is to reach individualized goals and strive towards growth, healing, and self-actualization.
Michael Wilmot, LPC
Michael is a Licensed Professional Counselor, with a master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling. He enjoys working with children, adolescents and adults through individual, family and couples therapy modalities. He has worked in a variety of settings, including residential, intensive outpatient and outpatient settings. Michael is experienced at working with children and adolescents treating stressors related to; mood disorders, depression, anxiety, LGBTQA+ issues, school stress and grief. He has a passion for helping each individual gain insight and awareness into their thoughts, feelings and behaviors.
Michael places an emphasis on building a trusting and caring therapeutic relationship. He believes that empathy and support from the therapeutic relationship can bring about positive change. His therapeutic focus is an eclectic approach using Client-centered Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness strategies to guide each individual in defining their own strengths to overcome barriers. Above all, Michael strives to promote a welcoming and empathetic environment so that each individual feels heard and understood.
The focus of her treatment is to enable clients to be able to better tolerate whatever life throws at them while increasing their sense of control in mind and emotion.
Estrevina Rivera, MS, LPC
Estrevina is a Licensed Professional Counselor. The focus of her work has been working with children, families, adults, couples, and adolescents. Her clinical experience has extended from community centers, in home therapy, private practice, and integrative medical settings in underserved communities. She obtained a Masters degree in Counseling Psychology from Felician University. Currently, she is a fourth year doctoral student pursuing a doctorate in Counseling Psychology.
Estrevina specializes in working with individuals who have experienced grief/loss, trauma, depression, anxiety, behavioral issues, low self-esteem, relationship problems, and communication difficulties using evidence-based approaches. She is an integrative counselor, who believes everyone has individual needs. She works from the evidence-based approach that can best treat the client. She provides cognitive behavioral therapy, solution focus therapy, trauma focused therapy, mindfulness based, person centered therapy, and emotionally focus therapy.
Estrevina’s mission is to provide a safe, empathetic, genuine, and caring environment that allows for growth and overcoming challenges. She believes everyone has inherent strengths that can assist them in coping with life’s difficulties. She provides a judgment-free environment in which diversity is embraced.
Jenny Bach, LPC, LMHC
Jenny is a New Jersey Licensed Professional Counselor and a New York Licensed Mental Health Counselor with a Bachelor's degree in Political Science from Columbia University and a Master's degree in Mental Health Counseling from Nyack College's Alliance Graduate School of Counseling. She was initially pursuing a legal career following her graduation from Columbia and pivoted careers when she felt called to become a therapist after personally experiencing coping transformation through counseling. Jenny believes that every single individual, including herself, can benefit from therapy and can learn to embrace increased emotional awareness and regulation as well as healthier coping and life management skills.
Jenny has experience and enjoys working with children, adolescents, and adults and has provided individual and group therapy in residential and outpatient settings. At the New York Foundling Hospital, she was trained in Multisystemic Therapy, an evidence-based treatment model for children and families. She focuses on motivational interviewing and psycho-education with a Cognitive Behavioral approach. Within an authentic and empathetic therapeutic rapport, she is dedicated to providing a person-centered and strength-based safe space to cultivate trust and a true sense of an emotionally healthy self to work towards positive and effective change.
Ariana Kraja, BS
Neurofeedback Technician/ADHD Coach
Ariana earned her Bachelor’s degree in Biopsychology from Wagner College, where she studied the relationship between physiological and psychological systems in the nervous system. She interned at Staten Island University Hospital in the Neuropsychology department. Here, she observed neuropsychologists evaluate patients of all ages using neuropsychological examinations. She completed an independent study researching risk-taking in the adolescent brain while also closely monitoring the chemical and biological functions of brain growth throughout development. Ariana also previously worked as a preschool teacher.
At Worrywell, Ariana serves the role of Neurofeedback Technician. She conducts quantitative EEGs which record the brain’s electrical activity in order to identify brain dysregulation and dysfunction. She then devises a treatment protocol tailored to each specific individual in order to retrain and rewire the brain, which in turn, results in symptom reduction. Ariana also serves as a psychometrician and an Executive Functioning Training coach. She works one on one with patients, parents and children to build executive functioning, develop healthy life skills, and strengthen relationships.
Carina JohnKlein, M.A.P
Executing Functioning Coach
Carina received her Master’s Degree in Applied Psychology from Rutgers University. Her experience focuses on social skills, executive and life coaching, trauma-informed care, and autism. Carina utilizes a blend of principles derived from Mindfulness Strategies, Motivational Interviewing, Solution-Focused Problem Solving, and Psycho-Education in her approach. At Worrywell, Carina is an Executive Functioning Training coach. She works one-on-one with clients, parents, and children to build executive functioning, develop healthy life skills, and strengthen relationships. Her belief is that individuals who have the courage to seek growth through their vulnerability can accomplish the goals they desire.
Extracted with permission from The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse by Charlie Mackesy