Audrey Van Voolen, PhD
Dr. Audrey (Kissel) Van Voolen is a licensed clinical psychologist with over 20 years of experience. Dr. Van Voolen formed Skaneateles Psychology Associates in 2019, envisioning a local resource offering a range of services and providing high-quality care in a professional and welcoming environment. Dr. Van Voolen specializes in providing psychotherapy to adults, adolescents and children. She has expertise in working with individuals who suffer from depression, loss/grief, anxiety disorders, transitions between stages of life, child and family issues, and relational difficulties.
Dr. Van Voolen received a bachelor’s degree with Distinction in all Subjects from Cornell University. She then spent two years working on program evaluation research projects for federal government contracts. She earned her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from American University. She completed her externship at the Georgetown University counseling center and her internship at the Georgetown University Medical Center. Dr. Van Voolen conducted her dissertation research on programs for children with chronic medical conditions with Johns Hopkins University Medical Center. Dr. Van Voolen completed her post-doctoral training at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington DC and at SUNY Upstate’s Department of Child Psychiatry.
Prior to Skaneateles Psychology Associates, Dr. Van Voolen worked as a solo practitioner in private practice. She served from 2011-2016 at the SUNY Upstate Department of Pediatrics Developmental Evaluation Center as the psychologist on an interdisciplinary team conducting diagnostic evaluations of children with developmental disabilities.
Courtney Du Mond, PhD, DBSM, ABSNP
Dr. Du Mond, is a licensed clinical psychologist who shared the vision of creating a local center of excellence out of a desire to provide the excellent level of care she would want for her own family. She is specializing in the assessment of learning, neurological and emotional functioning from early childhood through young adulthood. Her areas of expertise include learning disabilities (e.g. dyslexia), attention (e.g. ADHD) and executive functioning concerns, mood and anxiety disorders, acquired brain injury and late effects of cancer.
Dr. Du Mond received a bachelor’s degree from The College of William and Mary with a major in Biological Psychology. She then spent two years at the Brain Behavior Laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania working on a variety of neuropsychological research projects. Dr. Du Mond subsequently earned her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology at Case Western Reserve University where she specialized in Pediatric Neuropsychology. She completed a pre-doctoral internship and postdoctoral fellowship at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the Center for Sleep and Respiratory Neurobiology at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. She is a diplomate of the American Board of School Neuropsychology as well as a diplomate in Behavioral Sleep Medicine. Prior to starting her practice, Dr. Du Mond served as the co-director for the Pediatric Sleep Medicine Center at Golisano Children’s Hospital in Syracuse, NY.
Dr. Du Mond has published research articles in peer-reviewed journals, authored book chapters and presented at national conferences in the areas of behavioral sleep medicine, traumatic brain injury, neuropsychological sequalae of childhood cancer and low birth weight. She is a nationally recognized expert in sleep medicine and participated in the development of a smartphone app designed to help parents and caregivers address their child’s sleep problems.
J. Paul Stein, PhD, LMHC
Dr. Paul Stein is a licensed mental health counselor providing psychotherapy in English and Spanish. He offers both brief and long-term treatment including individual, relationship, and group therapy services for adolescents and adults working through anxiety, depression, life transitions, multicultural issues, tobacco cessation, and trauma, as well as strong and challenging emotions such as anger, shame, or grief.
Dr Stein received a Masters in Philosophy in Rome, Italy with specialization in cognitive philosophy and phenomenology in 2010. Following his move back to the United States, he completed a Masters degree in Clinical Psychology at the Institute for the Psychological Sciences in Arlington, VA, and then a PhD in Counseling and Counselor Education at the George Washington University in May, 2019. His dissertation research investigated how parent-child interactions such as affection, spanking, and quality time impact outcomes for older children. The project uncovered key milestones and targets for prevention and treatment of behavioral difficulties for family systems.
Shannon O’Toole, MS
Shannon O’Toole is a clinical mental health counselor who provides short-term and long-term counseling for various age groups and conditions. Her primary areas of interest are children, adolescents, and young adults experiencing anxiety, depression, OCD, panic attacks, relationship challenges, and behavioral challenges in the home and at school.
Ms. O’Toole earned her MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Syracuse University, and her BA in History with a concentration in Adolescent Education at Le Moyne College, studying both early childhood and adolescent development. She completed her clinical internship at the Brownell Center for Behavioral Health (currently Liberty Resources) providing treatment services for children and adolescents.