Frank Salamone, Psy.D.
Dr. Salamone is a licensed psychologist who has nearly 30 years of experience working with children, adolescents, and families. He received his Bachelor’s Degree from Syracuse University and his doctoral degree from the University at Albany. He is a past faculty member of the University at Albany in the Division of School Psychology, and he was formerly the Director of Pediatric Mental Health for a large HMO. He is also a consulting psychologist for the Northern Rivers Family of Services and Saint Anne Institute. His current practice specialties include evaluations for autism spectrum disorders and psychotherapy for anxiety disorders and OCD. He is also available for consultation to families and schools around problematic emotional and behavioral issues in children and adolescents.
Melody Stasik, LMHC
New York State Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Melody Stasik is a licensed mental health counselor, who received her Master’s in Counseling at University at Albany in 2007. She has additional training in School Counseling, Biblical Counseling and Play Therapy, and completed internships at Draper Middle School and Northeast Parent and Child Society. Areas of expertise include children or adults experiencing anxiety, depression, anger management issues, school refusal, and individuals on the Autism Spectrum. Additionally, she provides family or marriage counseling to families that are experiencing stress.
She can be reached directly by phone (518) 469-5535 or email at Melody.Stasik@gmail.com.
Kelly A. Teufel, PsyD
Dr. Kelly Teufel is a certified school psychologist, with a variety of experiences working with youth. She received her Bachelor’s degree from the University at Buffalo and then her Master’s, Certificate of Advanced Study, and finally Doctoral degree from the University at Albany. Her experiences include teaching undergraduate and graduate students about youth development, as well as providing behavioral consultation to families with children with challenging behaviors and working as a school psychologist in a variety of settings. For the past two years, Dr. Teufel has worked extensively with individuals who have experienced trauma and social-emotional-behavioral difficulties. This work has included providing individual, family, and group counseling, completing evaluations, and developing interventions to assist youth with emotional and behavioral concerns. Dr. Teufel also has extensive experiences working with youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder and will be running PEERS groups at Campbell House.