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EAP staff has earned the reputation for achieving high clinical standards in our industry. All counseling staff hold a master’s degree in the mental health field and have experience with a variety of sub-specialties, which include: Crisis counseling, marriage/family therapy, substance abuse counseling, child and adolescent counseling, and critical incident stress debriefing.

Beth Danehy

Beth D. Danehy, MA

Beth Danehy (Director) holds a Master's Degree in Conflict Engagement & Analysis and additional graduate education in counseling and dance and movement therapy. She has more than 16 years of experience working with individuals, couples and families. Areas of expertise include relationship and family conflict, mediation, change management, conflict coaching as well as grief and loss. Beth has facilitated numerous workshops and provided training locally and nationally on communication, conflict theory and transformation. Beth joined EAP in May 2012. She serves on the Advisory Board of ACT for the Children (Assisting Children through Transition), a parent education program for parents living apart.

Sigrid Adler

Sigrid Adler, LCSW

Ms. Sigrid Adler, LCSW is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the State of New York. Ms. Adler is skilled in providing psychotherapy and crisis intervention to individuals, couples, and families dealing with such issues as; mood disorders, anxiety, marital discord, parent/child conflict, workplace stress, and the impact trauma. Other areas of expertise include the provision of service to emergency services personnel; including law enforcement and first responders. Ms. Adler is a member of the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress. She has been an employee of Strong Behavioral Health for over 13 years.

Tracy BusseyTracy Bussey, LMHC

Tracy Bussey is a licensed mental health counselor in the State of New York. Tracy earned her Masters of Education in Counseling from Northern Arizona University. She has over fourteen years of experience in the field, including extensive work with the Native American population, and other under-represented groups. Tracy has served as a Therapist for well known area hospitals, while also maintaining a local private counseling practice for individuals, couples and families. Her areas of specialization include anxiety and depression, relationship issues, nutrition and mental health, life transitions, trauma recovery, and multi-cultural challenges. Tracy is working on her doctoral degree in Mental Health Counseling at the University of Rochester. She joined EAP in March 2015.

Jason KnuppJason Knupp, LCSW

Jason Knupp is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) with over 10 years of experience. Jason has worked throughout Monroe, Orleans, and Wayne County providing mental health and addictions counseling while also maintaining a private psychotherapy practice for individuals and couples. Areas of expertise include anxiety, stress management, anger, depression, and relationship conflicts.  Jason also has extensive group and individual counseling experience dealing with drug and alcohol addiction. Jason joined EAP in June 2012.

Anne LenoxAnne Lenox, LMHC, NCC, CEAP

Anne Lenox is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the State of New York.  She is a Certified Employee Assistance Professional and a Nationally Certified Counselor. Anne has over 15 years of clinical experience working in mental health settings and Employee Assistance Programs, while also maintaining a private psychotherapy practice for individuals and couples. Areas of expertise include grief, transition, workplace stress, trauma, anxiety, anger, depression, and relationship conflicts.  Anne has facilitated numerous workshops covering topics such as coping with stress, adapting to change, workplace violence, sexual harassment, building resiliency, and communication/conflict management. Anne joined EAP in June 2007.

Lisa Maynard, LMSW

Lisa Maynard, LMSW, RYT is a Licensed Social Worker with expertise in adoption, attachment, loss and grief, trauma, relationship and parenting issues, stress reduction, and work-life balance. She specializes in supporting individuals and couples adjusting to life transitions including new parenting or empty nesting, changing careers, and separation or divorce. A certified yoga teacher, Lisa also has extensive experience providing training. She consults on a wide variety of topics including adoption-related issues, stress reduction and wellness.

Michelle SolomouMichelle Solomou, LCSW

Michelle Solomou received her Master's degree in Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University and is a licensed Clinical Social Worker. Her work has been with individuals, couples, children, adolescents and families experiencing challenges with depression, anxiety, grief and loss, workplace stress and relationship issues. Michelle joined EAP in September 2008.