Our Staff

Lynn C. Bisco, Psy.D Ext. 4
Psychologist – NJ Lic #2398

Dr. Bisco provides individual, couples and family therapy to adults, adolescents and children for problems including depression, anxiety, panic disorder, health crisis and women’s issues; as well as stress precipitated by marriage, divorce, parenting, workplace, school and/or life transitions.

J. Lawrence Farmer, Psy.D Ext. 1
Psychologist – NJ Lic #1380

Dr. Farmer maintains a general practice of individual and family therapy. Areas of special interest include anxiety disorders, trauma, underachievement, ADHD, adolescent depression and the stresses of men and women in corporate and other leadersip roles and relief from chronic pain. Dr. Farmer is highly experienced in the use of energy psychology techniques, an exciting innovation in the field of psychotherapy.   To learn more about Dr. Farmer visit his website www.jlawrencefarmer.com 

Lorna S. Farmer, LCSW Ext. 3
Licensed Clinical Social Worker – NJ Lic #11688

Lorna Farmer has more than twenty five years of experience as a psychotherapist. Trained in the area of family therapy, she maintains a general practice. She began her career as the Director of The Center for Women and Their Families and has continued to have a strong interest in women’s issues. Through her work with the Purnell School as Co-Director of Advising and Counseling she expanded her areas of expertise to include adolescent development. Most recently, as the Director of the Counseling Center at Centenary University she has gained extensive experience in working with college age populations.

Mikaela Kilker, Psy.D.- Ext. 10
Psychologist NJ Lic. #5906

Dr. Kilker provides individual and family therapy for children and adolescents utilizing an integrative strength based approach, collaborating with school systems when appropriate. Special focus on anxiety and depression in middle school aged children. Psychological evaluations to support school accommodations for children with special needs.

Heather Schorr Kourpas. LCSW – Ext. 5
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, NJ Lic.# SC49998

Provides therapy for children, adolescents and adults. Commonly works with anxiety, depression, ADHD, bereavement, dating and domestic violence. Addresses a range of women’s issues including post partum depression, family problems and parenting issues. Commonly addresses school problems and adjustment as well as gender identity and sexual orientation issues.

Deborah Z. Libero, Ph.D – Ext. 6
Psychologist – NJ Lic #3892

Dr. Libero maintains a general clinical practice, providing individual and family psychotherapy for adults, children (ages 2 and older) and adolescents. She is a Registered Custody Evaluator and also provides psychological evaluations. Special areas of interest include divorce, loss, trauma and anxiety, and depression.

Charles B. Mark, Psy.D – Ext. 2
Psychologist – NJ Lic #1712, PA Lic #04600L

Dr. Mark has a general clinical practice, working with young adults through older adults. He is experienced in working with clients addressing a wide range of issues. These commonly include depression, anxiety, work stresses, relationship conflicts, trauma and under achievement. Special areas of interest include individual therapy with adults, marital/couples psychotherapy and working with people who have to make lifestyle adjustments due to heart disease and other illnesses. To learn more about his practice, please visit www.drcharlesmark.com.

Linda S. Oniki , LCSW- Ext. 7
Licensed Clinical Social Worker-NJ Lic #05788

Linda Oniki has had a general clinical practice with Oldwick Associates since 1986, providing individual psychotherapy. She commonly works with adolescents and adults. Depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, post traumatic stress, interpersonal problems and eating disorders are frequent presenting issues. She has received advanced training at the New York School for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. For more information on her practice see her website www.lindaoniki.com

Virginia S. Walters – Ext. 8
Psy.D. Psychologist, NJ Lic.# 3387

Dr. Walters general practice includes providing individual therapy to young adults, adults, and geriatrics for issues of depression, anxiety, inattention/hyperactivity, adjustment issues, grief, loss of independence and chronic physical conditions. Areas of special interest include gero-psychology, caregivers of the elderly and psychological assessment including learning issues and attention deficit-hyperactivity/impulsivity disorders. In addition, her practice involves providing psychological services at sub-acute, long term care and assisted living facilities in the area.