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 Center ECU. During the inception of our program (over 20 years ago), Michael worked as KeyStone Center ECU’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.
Roger Cambor, MD, recently moved to the Philadelphia area from Boulder, Colorado, where he resided and practiced adult psychiatry from 2003 to 2017. Dr. Cambor attended medical school at the University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston. After a transitional internship at Baylor Medical College in Houston, he completed a residency in psychiatry at the Payne Whitney Clinic/ New York Hospital, Cornell University Medical College (now Weil-Cornell/ New York Presbyterian Hospital.)
Following residency training he completed a fellowship in addiction psychiatry through the Departments of Psychiatry and Public Health at Cornell University Medical College (now Weil-Cornell Medical College). During his fellowship, Dr. Cambor was a Guest Investigator at The Rockefeller University, where he studied the biology of cocaine and opiate addiction under Dr. Mary Jeanne Kreek. After his fellowship, Dr. Cambor became the Medical Director of the Midtown Center, an outpatient treatment clinic providing substance use treatment and psychiatric services to the building and maintenance workers union in the five boroughs of New York City. While practicing in Manhattan, Dr. Cambor also served as a psychiatric consultant to the Division of Pain Management Services at the Hospital for Special Surgery and maintained a private practice, which he continued after moving to Boulder in 2003.
Dr. Cambor specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of complex and dual diagnosis cases; he is particularly interested in trauma; dissociation and the integration of medication management with psychotherapy. He is also certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in the practice of general psychiatry, with added qualifications in addiction psychiatry.
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.
Karen Martin, an MA in counseling from the University of Connecticut 1981, has been at the KeyStone Center ECU 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.
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 Center 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.
Judith Curcio brings art therapy to clients at the Extended Care Unit and the Drug and Alcohol units at KeyStone Center, 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.
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 Center and the positive outcomes that result. Prior to KeyStone Center, 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]
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 Center 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 Center.
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 sources 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 first came to The KeyStone Center 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 Center, he serves as a nursing home chaplain in Philadelphia.
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 Center team. Cephus considers it a priority, and has a natural ability, to make meaningful connections with clients while furthering their recovery.
Robert Ryan, MSS, LSW, MBA is a licensed social worker who graduated from the Bryn Mawr Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research. He also has a certificate in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Bob’s passion and expertise is in the connection between childhood trauma, the brain, and addiction, a topic he presents monthly to clients. He also facilitates the Sunday morning relapse prevention groups which focus on rationalizations, the Personal Craziness Index, the Three Circles of SAA, and High-Risk Factors. Bob brings a great deal of knowledge, understanding, and compassion to clients of the Keystone ECU program. When Bob is not at Keystone, he provides individual outpatient therapy services to disadvantaged individuals with mental illness at a local community health agency.
Marc Treanor has 15 years of experience working with addicts to find recovery from drugs, alcohol, and compulsive sexual behaviors. He was originally from NY, and he came to the area to get a bachelor’s degree from the University of Delaware. He then earned a master’s degree from Wilmington University and went on to teach high-risk students in a variety of settings for over 20 years. Since 2017, he has worked at the ECU as a recovery counselor and the intake coordinator. As the intake coordinator, he is committed to help those struggling with sex addiction find appropriate treatment, so they may have healthy relationships and fulfilling lives.