The 1999-2000 PPC Nurse Psychotherapist Directory

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The 1999-2000 PPC Nurse Psychotherapist Directory


ALABAMA

Charlotte A. Herrick, PhD, RN, CS
Mobile
205.343.1418
SPECIALTY AREAS Family, groups, play
therapies; individual psychotherapy

Ellen C. McElroy, DSN, RN, CS
Guntersville
205.582.4984
SPECIALTY AREAS Individual, family,
group psychotherapy; consultation

ALASKA

Marie E. McQueen, MSN, RN, CS, ANP
Anchorage
907.349.0077
SPECIALTY AREAS Christian/spiritual
counseling; stress, anxiety, abuse; PTSD,
depression, SAD, substance abuse,
eating disorders, gender issues, OCD,
communication, coping, medication
management

ARIZONA

Lucy Colbert, MS, RN, CS
Tucson
520.299.2643
SPECIALTY AREAS Adults, marital

CALIFORNIA

Andrea U. Bircher, PhD, RN, CNS, DAPA
Ventura
805.642.4220
SPECIALTY AREAS Adults (individuals/
groups); nurse-patient relationship
therapy

Elizabeth C. Blackstead, MN, RN, CS
Redlands
714.792.7776
SPECIALTY AREAS Education in chronic
mental illness; depression in men

Ann Bryant, MSN, RN
San Diego
619.552.8585 x3734

Barbara Casey, MS, RN, C
San Diego
619.552.7412
SPECIALTY AREAS Adults

Arline Clyburn, MN, RN, CS
Thousand Oaks
805.493.0978, 805.495.1865
SPECIALTY AREAS Children, adolescence,
child abuse, behavioral/emotional
disorders, developmental disabilities,
ADHD

Jan Feldman, MS, RN
Berkeley
510.845.9055
SPECIALTY AREAS Stress, life transition; grief,
depression; relationships/communication

Corrine L. Hatton, PhD, RN
Los Angeles
310.312.3005
SPECIALTY AREAS Psychotherapy,
psychoanalysis, suicide, depression,
adults, adolescents, couples

Kris Jablonski, MS, RN, CS
Placentia
714.524.0539
SPECIALTY AREAS Perinatal psychology,
adjustment to parenthood

Carolyn J. Jensen, MSN, RN, CSPN, MFCC
San Diego
619.566.1838
SPECIALTY AREAS Children, adolescents,
adults; abuse, agoraphobia, ADHD

Cindy Kludt, RN, MFCC
Los Angeles
213.398.4559
SPECIALTY AREAS Relationship
counseling, support groups for mothers

Janet Muff, MSN, RN
South Pasadena
818.799.4216, 714.530.5123
SPECIALTY AREAS Individual/group,
gender issues; dreamwork; clinical
supervision for psychiatric/mental
health nurses

Marlene Nadler-Moodie, MSN, RN, CS
San Diego
619.481.1070
SPECIALTY AREAS Wellness, mental
health of fitness, stress management

Mary Paquette, PhD, RN
Van Nuys
818.901.9221
SPECIALTY AREAS Adults, adolescents;
physical/sexual abuse, self-esteem,
crisis intervention, codependency

Peggy Sawyer
Danville
510.648.1481

Carol Selby, BSN, RN
San Diego
916.552.8585 x3011

Denise T. Silbert, PhD, RN
La Jolla
619.483.1430
SPECIALTY AREAS Individuals, couples,
adolescents, adults

Charlotte Wilson, MSN, RN, CS
La Jolla
SPECIALTY AREAS Marriage, family, child
therapist; codependency, women in
transition

Margo Wilson, MS, RN, CS, CBP
Encinitas
760.944.4536
SPECIALTY AREAS Grief & loss; women's
issues; triaging & crisis intervention;
group therapy; inpatient/outpatient

CONNECTICUT

Jane E. Balmer, MSN, RN, CS
Southport
203.254.2282
SPECIALTY AREAS Individuals, couples,
groups, families; sexual abuse, sex
therapy

Paula Champ, MEd, RN, CS
Manchester
860.646.6973, 860.533.3434
SPECIALTY AREAS Trauma, acute issues,
couples

Judith Haber, PhD, RN, CS
Stanford
203.357.1266
SPECIALTY AREAS Family therapy with
individuals, couples, families; marital
conflict, women's issues, bereavement;
psychosocial sequelae of catastropic/
chronic illness

Inge Johannssen-Schultz, MS, RN
New Fairfield
203.746.0739

Patricia S. Masopust, MS, RN, CS
Manchester
203.643.7463
SPECIALTY AREAS Depression, trauma,
sexual abuse; marital therapy

Amy A. Payson, EdD, RN, CS
Fairfield
203.375.5619
SPECIALTY AREAS Individuals, couples,
family therapy; adjustment disorders,
weight control, anxiety, grief, healing
with health problems

Carol M. Ross, MA, APRN, CS
Avon
860.678.8087; fax 860.651.1881
SPECIALTY AREAS Dissociative disorders,
trauma recovery, depression, chronic
mental/physical illness, HIV/AIDS,
terminal illness

Jacqueline Rugg, RN, APRN, CS
New Haven
203. … 

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