Our Staff

"My job as a therapist is to help you find your path, discover what is blocking you from taking that first step and supporting you in the journey. It can be hard work, but together we can make positive changes that will impact you and your loved ones for many years to come."

Dr. Caprice Lambert, PsyD, IMFT has been a practicing Licensed Psychologist since 2015 and an Independent Marriage and Family Therapist since 2008. She enjoys working with a wide variety of clients and currently specializes in mood and anxiety disorders, trauma related issues, LGBT concerns, family dynamics, couples therapy and the psychological impact of physical illness.

In her free time, Dr. Caprice enjoys spending time with her husband and two sons. 

"I believe that life should be lived with passion and meaning. Anything that is getting in the way of this can be changed or accepted. Through counseling, I will help you alter the course you and your loved ones are traveling in a compassionate and nonjudgmental way. Together, we will find more passion and meaning in your life.” 

Nicole LaSelle, Ph.D., LPCC, Licensed School Counselor, has over fifteen years of experience working with adolescents and adults in individual, group, couples and family counseling. Her academic training began at the University of Notre Dame where she earned a BA in Psychology, continued at the University of Dayton, with a MS.Ed. in Community and School Counseling, and concluded with a Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision from Kent State University. 
Currently, Nicole focuses on the treatment of anxiety and mood disorders, eating disorders, performance enhancement, and trauma. She uses the following approaches: cognitive behavioral therapy, reality therapy, solution-focused therapy, narrative therapy, gestalt therapy, family systems, and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

“I am a big believer in the importance of both acceptance and change, and work with my clients to find the best balance for them. I have a supportive and empathic style and work to ensure that my clients feel heard and understood as they sort through their feelings, struggles, and dreams, and take steps toward their goals.”

Dr. Aubrey Morrison-Gill, PsyD earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Huron University College of the University of Western Ontario. Originally from Ontario, Canada, she came to the United States in 2008 to complete her Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology at Wright State University’s School of Professional Psychology in Dayton.

Aubrey has worked in university settings as well as private practice. She has experience in domestic violence treatment and community mental health. She works exclusively with adults, both in individual and couples therapy, and has facilitated therapy groups. She specializes in relationship issues, adult ADHD, transgender individuals with and without gender dysphoria.

She has a particular interest in couples therapy and utilize Gottman Method Couples Therapy in her work. Her approach to individual therapy tends to be integrative (e.g., humanistic, cognitive behavioral, interpersonal) and often draws on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.  

In her free time, Aubrey enjoys walking/hiking, tennis, ice skating, movies, reading, and spending time with loved ones.
"​I have been told I have a very down to earth, non-judgmental approach, that creates an easy dialogue between therapist and client.    My therapeutic focus is one of creating and supporting a cooperative partnership with clients.  My belief is that you are the expert on you.  As a therapist, I work to bring tools for greater awareness and empowerment, continually bringing the focus of therapy to what is meaningful to you and can be applied directly to your daily needs.  My greatest hope is to facilitate your awareness of your own greatness, and help you actualize your decision to thrive and celebrate yourself and your life”. 

Teresa McKibben, M.S., LPC, is a Licensed Professional Counselor with 12 years of clinical experience seeing clients across the lifespan, seeing children, adolescents, families and adults, as well as groups.  Currently, Teresa is working with individuals, and couples.  Teresa earned both her B.S. in Education and her M.S. in Professional Counseling from Wright State University.    Areas of expertise and interest include:  Grief work, trauma informed care, couple’s counseling, improving parent-child relationships, LGBT concerns, working with improving management of anger, as well as work with mood disorders and anxiety.

“​​​​Are you ready to live a more fulfilling life? Life can be very challenging, and I am here to help individuals reach their goals through consistent support, validation, and other meaningful therapeutic interventions. I am passionate about helping both children and adults recognize patterns in their thinking and behavior in order to make significant changes in their lives. I meet individuals where they are in order to collaboratively work towards healthier lives. 

Bethany Mallory, M.A. earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Spelman College and Psy.D in Clinical Psychology from Adler University (Chicago, IL). Bethany completed her training in community, hospital, and veteran affairs medical center settings. She has developed expertise in working with children, adolescents, and their families with a variety of mood, behavioral, and trauma-related issues. Bethany also works with adults with a wide-range of mental health concerns, such as Depression, Anxiety, and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Additionally, Bethany has engaged in extensive training in a number of therapeutic approaches including but not limited to Play Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy for PTSD, Behavioral Family Therapy, and Integrative Behavioral Couples Therapy. 



“As you walk through the door to enter Hearthstone Psychology, it is the goal of the Front Office to make you feel welcomed and safe. “

Carolyn Parkinson, our Office Manager, is an educator and author. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and Master’s degrees in both Math & Computer Science. She owned two nursery schools, taught Kindergarten and grades 1 – 12, and taught college courses at Hudson Valley Community College and Sinclair Community. Carolyn has served on a School Board, Board of Trustees for a Private School and a Home Owners Association.  She also has successfully written and published two children’s books.

Carolyn enjoys time with her family, friends, church, reading, walking and learning something new every day. 

"I believe therapy can be a helpful support during life's many transitions and challenges. I offer a safe, welcoming and non-judgmental space for people of all identities and backgrounds. It is my hope that during our time we will work together to make positive changes in your life.”

Jenna Edwards, MSW LICSW earned her Bachelor’s degree in psychology and her Master’s in social work both at Radford University in Radford, Virginia. Jenna has been practicing since 2015 with a history of working in community mental health settings and she is skilled in providing trauma-informed care. Jenna utilizes a compassionate, person-centered and strengths-based approach to aid clients in exploring their needs and achieving their goals. Jenna has a passion for working with adults and adolescents. Specific areas of interest include: mood and anxiety disorders, self-injury, LGBTQ concerns and family and relationship stress. 

In her free time, Jenna enjoys spending time with her husband and her cat, Rory. 
"​​​I believe that all of us are on a journey. While on this journey, obstacles may arise that might negatively impact the way we navigate the world. As a therapist, it is my passion to walk with people and untether the things that keep us bound to these things. I believe that all of us benefit from exploring our lives with trusted others, thus, it is my purpose to provide a safe and professional place in which individuals and couples can explore, learn, and grow, in an effort to create a path forward."

Barbara High-Daniels, LPC has a passion for working with individuals who have experienced traumatic events in their life. After becoming trained in EMDR in 2017, she embarked on the certification process for EMDR. She is also a Registered Yoga Instructor (RYT200) and can incorporate this into therapy work as part of a holistic approach.

She is not limited to trauma and derives a significant amount of professional satisfaction working with issues related to depression, anxiety, substance use, relationships, self esteem, and overall adjustment to life’s transitions.