Rebecca Roebke, LCSW
Rebecca works with parents of young children who are struggling with--defiance, poor listening skills, aggression, poor daycare or school behavior. She turns kids into 'listening machines' and helps them to learn skills to control themselves. Additionally, she teaches parents disciplining techniques that work every time. Parents who want to feel confident in addressing troublesome behaviors should call Ms. Roebke for an appointment.
Angela graduated from Neumann University with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology, and a minor in Spanish. Additionally, she attended The University of Scranton to receive a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Currently, she is working on her PhD in Educational Psychology from Walden University. Angela has completed her requirements to become a Nationally Certified Counselor and is pursuing her licensure as a Professional Counselor.
Since 2016, Angela has had experience in working with a number of diagnoses, across all age ranges and varying backgrounds. Some of these diagnoses being ADHD, Autism, Conduct Disorders, Trauma and Anxiety. Though a Delaware native, she has also practiced in Scranton, Pennsylvania and Sharon Hill, Pennsylvania.
Sunyana has a Master’s obtained from the University of New England and a Bachelor’s degree from Temple University. She specializes in working with children and families and has previously worked in an intensive outpatient therapy setting. Sunyana is experienced working with children and adolescents with various diagnoses including, but not limited to, Anxiety, Depression, Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder (DMDD), Attention Deficit Disorder (ADHD), and trauma.
Sunyana is well versed in various Art Therapy techniques used to best engage children at their level of readiness. She utilizes evidence based practices including, Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Diadatic Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness Approach, and Play Therapy. Sunyana is also a military spouse, which allows her to be insightful and supporting of the military lifestyle, which can lead to difficulties transitioning in new settings.
Tania is a graduate from University of Delaware, and West Chester University. She earned her Bachelors in Human Services with a minor in education. Afterward, she spent time as a behavioral interventionist at a local elementary school working to assist children with mental and behavioral issues. She was inspired to go back to school by a fellow co-worker and clinician after seeing the need for licensed mental health practitioners in schools. She continued her education at West Chester, earning her Masters of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
She has done research on mindfulness techniques and enjoys utilizing a person-centered approach with her clients. She has experience working with adults as well as children of various ages. Providing compassion in a nonjudgmental space, she acts as your guide as you remove blocks and recognize your own strengths. She is currently working toward becoming a licensed professional counselor.
Salena L. Rutherford is the proud product of Trenton, New Jersey. She graduated from the first (HBCU) Historically Black College or University, Lincoln University in Pennsylvania, with a Bachelors in Sociology. Salena subsequently continued her education and obtained a (MSW) Master’s Degree in Social Work from Delaware State University graduating cum laude. Salena has worked with many populations and in various settings including the aging, alternative school settings, community based, residential/group homes, homeless, and social services as well as in both Level IV and V correctional facilities with men and women. Although, she enjoys working with all populations, the mental health and substance abuse fields are her passions. With over 10 years of experience in the helping profession, Salena was able to become a Certified Mental Health Screener from the state of Delaware. She is currently working to obtain her License of Clinical Social Work in the state of Delaware.
Salena uses the eclectic approach in therapy due to her preference of being client centered and a strength based clinician. In addition to being a change agent and advocate, Salena enjoys spending time with family and friends, being a praise dancer at her church where she is also a member and mentors youth. She is a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated where she is dedicated to public service and uplifting the African American Community. Salena enjoys being an Epilepsy Awareness Advocate and will continue to be a voice for those who are vulnerable, lack resources, education, etc. Being an advocate is not only her career but is considered to be her ministry. While Salena realizes the importance of helping others, her personal motto which she lives by is “Rest and self-care are so important. When you take time to replenish your spirit it allows you to serve others from the overflow. You cannot serve from an empty vessel." - Eleanor Brown
Brodielyn Hughes, MSW
Although she grew up in Delaware, Brodie earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, in 2004. From there she began working in residential treatment facilities with adolescents of various backgrounds. She and her husband served as foster parents to teenage boys in Utah while building their own family. They moved back to Delaware with their six children in 2012. She later earned her Master’s of Social Work from Delaware State University and is currently working towards becoming a Licenced Clinical Social Worker.
In her personal life, Brodie is very religious and considers the health of the soul and the body when discussing the health of the mind. She is very spiritually-guided, but also places strong value in scientific evidence-based practice. She utilizes a number of different modalities in her therapy sessions. Adolescents are her speciality, but she enjoys working with individuals of all ages