Director

Michael Morton, M.A., LMFT, CSAT-S
  Michael Morton is a therapist, educator & trainer with over twenty five years experience and is the Clinical Director for The KeyStone Center ECU (sexual addiction and co-occurring disorders). In addition to his role as Clinical Director, Michael facilitates groups, individual sessions, EMDR and family therapy sessions. at KeyStone. During the inception of our program (over 20 years ago), Michael worked as KeyStone's former Director, and did so under the clinical direction of Dr. Patrick Carnes. Michael is a Certified Sexual Addiction Therapist and supervisor (CSAT-S). He is a licensed family therapist, certified gambling counselor, clinical member & supervisor with the AAMFT (American Association of Marriage & Family Therapists). He is a clinical member of the American Association for the treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA). Michael is also an adjunct professor at Immaculata University and has presented educational events for numerous organizations & institutions throughout the United States, Europe & Asia.
 

Individual Therapists

   
David Pellack, PhD, LPC
  Dr. Pellack earned his doctorate from Indiana University, Bloomington. David's dissertation focused on characteristics that predict patient program compliance for chronically homeless mentally ill individuals, many of whom had issues with drug and / or alcohol abuse. While at IU, David did an extended practicum at the Kinsey Institute where he worked with clients with a variety of sexual issues and received training on numerous treatment modalities. As a Kinsey intern, David also co-facilitated a weekly group for transgendered individuals. David completed his internship at the Syracuse Veterans Administration hospital where he focused his training on traumatized veterans in hospice. David has over 15 years of experience working with traumatized children and their families in foster care and psychiatric community residences.
   
 
Michael Williams, M.S.
  Michael Williams was born and raised in West Philadelphia. He graduated from West Philadelphia High School and later enrolled at Cairn University where he received his Bachelor of Science in Bible in 1994 and his Master's of Science in Counseling in 2000. He is also currently working towards a Master's degree in Clinical Counseling with a concentration in Trauma Studies at Chestnut Hill College. Michael has ample experience working with males with problematic sexual behaviors. Mr. Williams specializes in and has strong interests in working with individuals who have experienced various forms of trauma. He has diverse experiences in the field of mental health including extensive work in substance abuse, both as a caseworker and a therapist in outpatient and residential settings. Michael has also provided individual, family, and group therapy to adolescent males with substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. In addition, he serves as an Adjunct Instructor at Eastern University in St. Davids, PA.
 

Family Therapists:

   
 
Karen Martin, MA, LMFT, CSAT
  Karen Martin, an MA in counseling from the University of Connecticut 1981, has been at the Keystone Center since 2003 working with Adults, adolescents, dual diagnosis population and their family's. From 2008 to 2010 Karen was the Program Coordinator for the IPR Program which treats co-occuring disorders. Most recently Karen has taken a position as a family therapist at the Extended care Unit. Her training is in couples and family therapy with a special interest in trauma, sexual abuse and infidelity.
 

Psychodramatist:

   
 
Nancy Roberts Willis, M.S.W., LSW, CP
  Nancy Roberts Willis, M.S.W.,LSW, CP, is a licensed social worker in Pennsylvania and a certified practitioner in psychodrama by the American Board of Examiners in Psychodrama, Sociometry and Group Psychotherapy. She facilitates groups at Keystone ECU for sexual addiction, Keystone Center for alcohol, drug and gambling addiction, and at the Renfrew Center for eating disorders. Nancy also facilitates a weekly outpatient psychodrama group at OATS Counseling Services. She maintains a private psychotherapy practice and has a special interest in women's issues, trauma, and couple and family healing.
 

Art Therapist:

   
   
Judith Curcio, AT, MS
 

Judith Curcio brings art therapy to clients at the Extended Care Unit and the Drug and Alcohol units at KeyStone, and has specialized in the addictions field since receiving her Masters in Counseling Psychology in 2006. She graduated Hahnemann Hospital's Art Therapy Program in 1972 and completed her Masters degree in Counseling Psychology at Chestnut Hill College. Judith has been a practicing art therapist for over fifteen years. She has an interest in meditation and has been offering mindfulness meditation to the ECU where we frequently utilize guided imagery meditation to assist in visualization prior to the art therapy experience.

 

Marketing & Clinical Liaison:

Steven Bocchinfuso, BA

 

Steven Bocchinfuso has over fifteen years in the field of marketing, dedicating seven of those years specifically to Behavioral Health Marketing. Steven develops and manages the national marketing efforts for The KeyStone Center while serving as a Clinical Liaison to the therapeutic community. He has a genuine passion for his work at KeyStone and the positive outcomes that result. Prior to KeyStone, Steven launched an environmental non-profit organization, developed grant and fundraising opportunities for the Muscular Dystrophy Association, and served on the Marketing Committee for the United Way. In 2015 Steven was voted onto the Board of Directors for The Society for the Advancement Of Sexual Health (SASH.net) as their Marketing Chair where he continues his efforts to generate greater awareness and drive advances within the treatment community. Contact Steven here: [email protected]

   
   
 

Administrative Coordinator:

Chenelle Smith

 

Chanelle Smith is a seasoned administrative coordinator who provides comprehensive direction and solutions for staff, referents and clients alike. She manages an array of complex daily tasks at KeyStone and ensures a level of administrative accuracy that directly relates to increased patient satisfaction. Chanelle is a team player that prioritizes a productive and friendly environment for all those in contact with KeyStone. 

   
   
 

Recovery Counselors:

Paul Greway
 

Paul Greway has worked in the Addiction field for the past thirteen years and has been employed at ECU for the past eleven years. During his tenure here, Paul has acquired a great deal of knowledge and understanding which serve him well in introducing the program to potential referral spources and in supporting potential clients. Paul facilitates groups on offending behaviors, addiction and trauma, relapse prevention and education groups on the twelve steps of recovery and the recovery process.

   
   

Fr. Bernie Farley, Pastoral Counselor

 

Fr. Bernie Farley first came to The KeyStone ECU in August of 1999 and serves as a pastoral counselor & assistant counselor. He is an ordained catholic priest and has served in many parishes as both a Pastor and assistant pastor. In addition Fr. Bernie’s work at KeyStone, he serves as a nursing home chaplain in Philadelphia.

   
   

Frank McKeefrey

 

 

Other Clinical Staff:

 

   

Marques McClorin

 

Marques McClorin is a counselor aid at the KeyStone Center. Marques started with Keystone in 2015 and has been trained and acquired a great deal of knowledge of the program. Marques has 9 years of service of with US Army, where he mentored and counseled over 100 soldiers regarding personal issues, finances, and family.

   
   

Cephus S. Richardson

 

Cephus Richardson is an addiction counselor at the KeyStone Center ECU and is currently completing his MSHS. He is passionate about helping those in recovery and being a part of the KeyStone team. Cephus considers it a priority, and has a natural ability, to make meaningful connections with clients while furthering their recovery.

   
   

Robert Ryan, MSW, LCSW

 

   
   

Joseph Lyczkowski, MHS

 

Joseph has 27 years of experience working in the addictions field counseling in addition to mediating family court, custody cases and crisis interventions. He has been trained and counties to work with clients in teaching mindfulness and adventure therapy.

 

 

   
   
 

 

   
   
   
   
 
 
 
 
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