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When you call or visit our offices in either Boonville or Carthage, you will be talking with one of us directly. Find our office locations.

 

 

Dr. Toby Davis, Ph.D., MBA, CASAC
Toby Davis, Ph.D., MBA, CASAC has been an addictions counselor since 1976. An Army and Navy combat veteran,
he retired from the United States Navy and worked at the Community Center for Alcoholism, Lewis County Community Mental Health, St. Lawrence Psychiatric Center, and Lewis County Community Services. His fields of interest include addictions, trauma, neuropsychology, and geropsychology. He is licensed as a psychologist and is credentialed as an addictions counselor in New York State.
Ms. Elizabeth Davis, LCSW-R, CASAC
Ms. Elizabeth Davis, LCSW-R, CASAC has been an addictions counselor since 1982. She has worked for Lewis County Alcohol and Substance Abuse Treatment Center and Lewis County Community Mental Health Center for the past twenty-eight years, serving as the Senior Social Worker and director of services. Her fields of interest include addictions, trauma, women's issues, eating disorders, and treatment of personality disorders. She is a licensed clinical social worker and is a credentialed addictions counselor in New York State.
Ms. Nichole Shermerhorn, Psy.D, LMHC, CASAC
Ms. Nichole Shermerhorn, Psy.D, LMHC, CASAC has spent the past 14 years working in the substance abuse and mental health field. She has worked extensively with children, adolescents, adults, and families. She uses a strength-based approach cognitive behavioral therapy, and trauma focused behavioral therapy. Additionally, she is well versed in Anger Replacement Training (ART), ADHD, and stress management. She also enjoys working with clients who have been diagnosed with anxiety, depression, and RAD. She is committed to empowering clients so that they have the ability to change and/or regain contol over their lives.
Ms. Melanie Bush, LMSW
Ms. Melanie Bush, LMSW has spent the last 11 years working with families, adolescents, and children. She has worked at Lewis County Department of Social Services, Lewis County Community Mental Health, and is currently working as a school-based social worker assisting students in overcoming emotional and behavioral issues in order to become successful students. She uses a solution-focused approach; which allows the strengths of the individual to identify problems and seek opportunities for successful conclusions. She enjoys working to strengthen family systems in order to maximinze functionality of the individuals.