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PCS has an experienced and distinguished staff. Below is a profile summary of each staff member. To quickly navigate to different staff groups, please use the links below.

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Our Staff

Calvin Genzel

Calvin R. Genzel, Ph.D., LP
Interim Executive Director
NH Licensed Psychologist #813
Nashua Satellite Office
Specialty: Psychological & Vocational Testing, Sexual Identity & Orientation, Co-dependency & Trauma
E-Mail: crg@pcs-nh.org
Phone: (603) 627-2702 ext: 116

The Rev. Dr. Calvin Genzel is a Licensed Psychologist in New Hampshire and Massachusetts, and an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ. Dr. Genzel earned his Ph.D. in Pastoral Psychology at Boston University and did his clinical training at the Danielsen Institute. Current areas of clinical interests include psychological assessments, vocational counseling, sexual orientation and identity, and spirituality and faith development.

Lee Dieter

Mark A. Baddeley, M.Ed., M.A. LCMHC
NH Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor #897
Nashua Office
Specialty: Children and Family Matters, Separation, Trauma, Family Instability
E-Mail: mbaddeleyg@pcs-nh.org
Phone: (603) 627-2702 ext: 127

Mark Baddeley is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor with extensive experience in child and adolescent therapy in school based programs as well as the private sector. He earned his Masters and undergraduate degrees from the University of New Hampshire. Specialty areas include trauma focused cognitive behavior therapy, dialectical behavior therapy and connecting children of divorce and separation with their families.

Emily Geoghegan

Emily Geoghegan, Ph.D., LP
NH Licensed Psychologist #992
Specialty: Mood disorders, spiritual growth & development, stress management through mindfulness meditation
E-Mail: ebg@pcs-nh.org
Phone: (603) 627-2702 ext: 119

A Licensed Psychologist, the Rev. Dr. Emily Geoghegan clinical expertise includes mood disorders, spiritual growth & development and stress management through mindfulness meditation. She enjoys working in the community as well, teaching Mindfulness-Based Stress Management skills, particularly with homeless populations.

Lois Goss

Lois E. Goss, M.A., M.S.W., LICSW
NH Licensed Social Worker #929
Specialty: Children and Youth, Grief & Loss, Survivors of Abuse, Parenting Issues & Women's Issues
E-Mail: Phone Only, (603) 627-2702 ext: 132

Ms. Lois Goss is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker. She specializes in working with adolescents and their families. Other areas of focus include individual and group therapy with trauma and abuse survivors, parenting, spiritual growth, and women's issues.

Melissa Grudinski

Melissa Grudinski, M.S.W., LICSW
Specialty: Trauma, Grief and Loss, Women's Issues, Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities, Addictions, and Mindfulness-Based Stress Management
E-Mail: mgrudinski@pcs-nh.org
Phone: (603) 627-2702 ext: 118

Melissa Grudinski is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker. She brings her professional experience working with survivors of traumatic loss, childhood abuse, domestic violence, and sexual assault into her role at PCS. Specialty areas include: trauma, grief and loss, women's issues, intellectual/developmental disabilities, addictions, and mindfulness-based stress management. Melissa provides ongoing clinical therapy for teens, adults, and families.

Carol Knieriem

Carol Knieriem, M.S.W., LICSW
NH Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker #138
Specialty: Anxiety/Panic, Depression, Mood Disorders, Stress, Women’s Issues, Parenting, Grief, Anger Management, Work Issues, Trauma
E-Mail: cknieriem@pcs-nh.org
Phone: (603) 627-2702 ext: 130

Carol is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and provides counseling for adults of all ages, couples and same sex couples. Specialty areas include anxiety/panic, depression, mood disorders, stress, women’s issues, parenting, grief, anger management, work issues and trauma. Carol is EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing) Certified and practices and teaches Mindful Meditation. She also has studied Buddhist thought which she incorporates into her therapy.

Debra LaMalfa

Debra LaMalfa, M.S., LCMHC
Specialty: Attachment, Trauma Recovery, Life Stage Transitions, Grief
E-Mail: dlamalfa@pcs-nh.org
Special Interests: Adolescents, Adults and Families
Phone: (603) 627-2702 ext: 125

Debra LaMalfa provides on-going therapy for individuals, couples and families using techniques which draw from psychodynamic, Self-Psychology, family-systems and Emotionally Focused Therapy. Debra brings years of experience working in the medical field as a Certified Birth Doula (DONA International) where she provided emotional, educational and physical support for pregnant women during all stages of pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum. Debra's special-interests are in attachment, trauma-recovery, life stage transitions and grief.

Kevin Longo

Kevin Longo, LCMHC, MLADC
Specialty: Substance Abuse
E-Mail: klongo@pcs-nh.org
Phone: (603) 627-2702 ext: 143

Kevin is a Masters Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor and a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor.  He completed his Master's Degree in Clinical Mental Health Psychology at Rivier College.  For the past 15 years he has worked with opioid dependent individuals.  Kevin's interests include working with those who experience a variety of addictions, PTSD, anxiety and mood disorders. He is also able to complete Substance Use Evaluations for his clients.

David Reynolds

David B. Reynolds, D.Min., LPP
NH Licensed Pastoral Psychotherapist #36
Bedford Satellite Office
Specialty: Trauma, Spiritual Issues, Step-Family
E-Mail: dbr@pcs-nh.org
Phone: (603) 627-2702 ext: 113

The Rev. Dr. David Reynolds' primary focus is the integration of spirituality and psychology during the clinical process. He is adept at working with clients dealing with trauma recovery, depression, anxiety, and crisis management. Dr. Reynolds promotes the services and mission of PCS to the Manchester area. Also, he frequently presents lectures and seminars at churches, schools, and businesses on a variety of topics, including transitions, values, and productivity. Dr. Reynolds also provides consultation and spiritual direction. He is at the Bedford Satellite Office one day a week.

Sujeong Shin

Sujeong Shin, M.S.W., LICSW
Specialty: Trauma
E-Mail: sshin@pcs-nh.org
Phone: (603) 627-2702 ext: 135

A graduate of Yale University, Sujeong Shin recently earned her Masters in Social Work degree from Boston University. She brings 30 years of experience as a writer and creative director in communications in her new vocation. Sujeong is interested in individual, couples and family counseling and has a special interest in trauma.

Douglas Stephens

Douglas Stephens, Ed.D., M.S.W., LICSW
Training Coordinator
NH Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker #1542
Portsmouth Satellite Office
E-Mail: dstephens@pcs-nh.org
Phone: (603) 627-2702 ext: 117

With over 37 years of experience, the Rev. Dr. Doug Stephens brings an impressive and diverse knowledge of psychotherapy to PCS. Currently, Dr. Stephens serves as the Training Coordinator at PCS. In this role, he developed and implemented the existing program through which graduate students and postgraduate residents can complete clinical training. Dr. Stephens also serves as the Adjunct Consultant for the Samaritan Institute, Inc. based in Denver, CO. Dr. Stephens currently holds several licenses and certifications, including: AAPC Fellow; AAMFT Clinical Member and Approved Supervisor; Board Certified Diplomate; Clinical Social Work; NH Independent Licensed Clinical Social Work; NY Licensed Clinical Social Work; and, NY Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. In 2011 Dr. Stephens also co-authored with David Olsen, Ph.D. The Couples' Survival Workbook.

Audrey Watjen

Audrey Watjen, M.S.W., LICSW
NH Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker #82
Specialty: Depression, Developmental Disabilities, Women’s Issues, Psychiatric Illness, Relationship Issues
E-Mail: awatjen@pcs-nh.org
Phone: (603) 627-2702 ext:114

Audrey Watjen is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker with over 30 years experience in mental health. In addition to providing individual and couples counseling for adults, Audrey has particular experience working with depression, developmental disabilities, women's issues, psychiatric illness, and relationship issues. Audrey is also a NH certified Guardian ad Litem and had experience as an Employee Assistance professional.

Mark Watts

P. Mark Watts, D.Min., CGP, LPP
NH Licensed Pastoral Psychotherapist #35
Nashua Satellite Office
Specialty: Couples, Men's Issues, Depression and Groups
E-Mail: pmw@pcs-nh.org
Phone: (603) 627-2702 ext: 123

Dr. Mark Watts was President/CEO of PCS From 1986 to 2008. He works with individuals dealing with issues such as depression, anxiety, grief, and life transitions. He works with men, especially dealing with life stages. In his extensive work with couples, he is keenly interested in helping partners learn the skills to keep marriage rewarding and highly functional over the long haul. Step-family concerns are another specialty. Dr. Watts is a skilled group therapist and leads both short-term and long-term groups.

Interns and Residents

Kenneth Robertson

Kenneth Robertson, M/Div., MS, MHC
Second Year Postgraduate Resident
E-Mail: krobertson@pcs-nh.org
Phone: (603) 627-2702 ext: 115

As a former Chairman and Interim Executive Director for a sober housing facility, the Rev. Ken Robertson has experience working with the homeless and at-risk clients. As an ordained minister, he has over 20 years of experience in pastoral care and spiritual development. Ken graduated from Springfield College with a Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling and is currently working towards licensure as a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor. Ken provides clinical therapy for anxiety, depression, grief, addiction, and spiritual growth.

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