Dr. Renee Cantwell -Easton Neuropsychology and Behavioral Services, LLC is founded by Dr. Renee Cantwell, who is a licensed psychologist and clinical neuropsychologist specializing in the evaluation and treatment of adolescents through older adults experiencing various cognitive and psychological issues. At present, she is focusing primarily on providing testing and evaluation services, (clinical, self or doctor referred, disability, IME’s, capacity, etc.) Dr. Cantwell has extensive experience working in both outpatient and inpatient settings, including outpatient group practice, medical settings, retirement communities and rehabilitation centers, and inpatient psychiatric units. Interests are not limited to, but include: dementia, health psychology, TBI, differential diagnosis of cognitive versus psychological issues, attention and memory, and developmental issues.
Dr. Richard Solga – CRNP – Dr. Solga is a Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner, holding a Doctorate in Nursing Practice, with a specialization in psychiatric care and medication management. Dr. Solga has over 20 years of experience as a nurse practitioner serving various agencies in the Lehigh Valley, and over 25 years as a registered nurse. He is experienced in psychiatric medication management with children through adults.
Amy Rudisill, LPC – Amy has practiced in the Human Service Profession for the past 34 years, and is as passionate about helping people as the day she started. She has an extensive history overseeing the daily operations of large outpatient mental health clinics and providing individual, couples and family counseling. Amy specializes in assisting those who have experienced trauma, depression, anxiety, grief, marital issues and family struggles move toward understanding, resolution and health and wellness. Therapeutic work is done from a holistic approach keeping the whole person in mind. Amy has taken part in FEMA training and crisis response. She is also certified as an equine assisted psychotherapist.
Lisa Petrucelli, LCSW – Lisa has over ten years of experience working in-patient behavioral health as a psychiatric social worker/case manager. She also has case management experience from the child welfare system and ended her experience in that field as a child protective services supervisor. She has a variety of experiences as a clinician, full time and part time, as well as crisis experience. She has provided psychotherapy on a part time basis for over seven years, including over 2 years at Easton Neuropsychology.
Karen Schelling, LPC – There are many models of psychotherapy with underlying philosophies of change. I use a model that believes healing occurs when we become aware of our issues, increase our insight and learn how to put more effective coping strategies into practice. I use traditional methodologies, such as cognitive behavioral approaches, as well as creative activities, including guided meditation, relaxation techniques and mindfulness activities. My approach is strength-based, using a person’s natural skills, talents and abilities in the service of their own healing. It is a respectful, positive approach, designed to support an individual’s journey toward balance.
Anne Schaller, LCSW – I have been working in the mental health ﬁeld for twenty years providing individual therapy to adolescents and adults. Therapeutic techniques I primarily use are cognitive behavioral therapy, brief/solution focused therapy and mindfulness techniques in order to help clients make changes in their lives. Clients can expect to ﬁnd a trusting, warm and non-judgmental atmosphere in our sessions. I believe that everyonehas the ability to make changes in their lives, and that the therapeuticrelationship can be the catalyst to that change.
Joan Morgan, LCSW – I have over forty years experience in providing services. My approach is empathetic and supportive in helping clients to identify themes and patterns in behavior, thoughts, and feelings. With counseling, clients will come to understand, problem-solve, and increase insight, resulting in positive change and a sense of well-being. I truly enjoy what I do, and look forward to meeting new clients.
Dr. Christine Mollica – Dr. Mollica is a licensed Psychologist in the state of Pennsylvania. She has worked with a wide range of populations including active duty military, geriatric nursing home residents, individuals seeking state disability and students in University Counseling Centers. She is a certified divorce mediator. Dr. Mollica enjoys psychological assessment and looks forward to helping clients both ascertain their needs and find answers for their concerns. Her assessment training included TBI populations, inpatients in Neurology/Neurosurgery units and college students seeking accommodations.
Lori Kave, Psychometrician – Lori is a psychometrician at Easton Neuropsychology, assisting with the administration of neuropsychological and psychological testing. Previously, she worked as an intervention specialist and instructional support teacher for a local school district, where, among her other duties, she assisted in providing assessment services. Lori holds a master’s equivalency, and has been certified in the past in reading recovery and as a reading specialist. She is experienced in administering assessments to both children and adults, and brings a gentle and skilled touch to her work at Easton Neurospychology.