Kristin Zeiders, MS, LPC

Kristin Zeiders, MS, LPC is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She holds a Master of Science in Clinical Psychology degree from Millersville University. Kristin began working at CSG in 2017. Her previous professional experience at CSG includes providing group therapy and psychoeducation services within the Adult Partial Hospitalization Program, as well as providing community based services within CSG’s Transition to Community residential treatment facility services for adults with serious mental illnesses reintegrating into the community after extended hospitalizations or incarceration. Kristin utilizes a person-centered, strengths based approach, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, as well as other therapeutic modalities in her work with individuals. Her clinical interests include working with individuals experiencing mood disorders, anxiety disorders, depressive disorders, as well as those seeking a whole health approach to improving their quality of life. Kristin provides outpatient therapy services to adolescents 16 years old and older as well as adults across the age spectrum.

Tiffani Lockhart MSW, LSW

Tiffani Lockhart MSW, LSW is a graduate of Temple University. She holds a Master of Social Work Degree. Tiffani joined CSG in 2021 and provides School Based Outpatient Therapy in the Pequea Valley School District. Prior to working with CSG, Tiffani was a social worker in the emergency department at Penn Medicine Lancaster General Hospital. Tiffani also spent several years working in the mental health field as a community case manager with CSG, as well as completed an internship with their Specialized Transitional Adolescent Support (STSA) program. She includes a strength-based approach, CBT and play therapy techniques in her work with children and adolescents.

Shashi DeHaan, LSW, IMH-E, CFTP

Shashi DeHaan, LSW, IMH-E ®, CFTP has been providing outpatient therapy services at Community Services Group since 2020.  Shashi received a Bachelors in Science in Developmental Psychology from University of Wisconsin-Madison, a Masters of Advanced Study in Infant Family Practice from Arizona State University, and a Masters of Social Work from Marywood University.  She is working toward clinical licensure. Shashi has worked in outpatient behavioral health as an Infant Toddler Mental Health practitioner for 8 years. Prior to this mental health career, Shashi has over 30 years of services with young children, youth, and families, in prevention services.  Shashi is endorsed in Infant-Early Childhood Mental Health, as well as a Certified Family Trauma Professional.

Ashley Shoup, MSW

Ashley Shoup, MSW is a Mental Health Professional who began working as an Outpatient Therapist with Community Services Group in 2021. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at Pennsylvania State University and her Master’s degree in Social Work at Boston University. Ashley has also received training in cognitive based and family systems therapy for trauma with both children and adults. Ashley’s previous professional experience includes working in prison mental health units, inpatient mental health units, and psychiatric rehabilitation where she provided psychoeducation and assisted individuals in developing practical skills for success. Ashley has also provided substance use counseling to both adults and adolescents.

Dana Lockridge, M.Ed.

Dana Lockridge, M.Ed. is a Mental Health Professional who began her career with CSG in August 2020.  Dana earned her BA in Psychology from Lock Haven University, and then her M.Ed. in Rehabilitation Counseling from Penn State University in the mid 1990’s.  Dana is currently in the process of obtaining her License for Professional Counseling.  Dana’s background includes working in community mental health settings and working in state run institutions for adolescents and adults in the capacity of a Psychological Services Specialist. During that time, Dana had been a trainer for the state in the Sanctuary Model (Trauma Informed Care) and Suicide Prevention, including training teenagers to manage situations involving suicidal ideations or behaviors they may encounter with peers.  The past 15 years have been spent primarily providing individual and group therapy to individuals who have suffered complex trauma and loss, in addition to training program staff to provide Trauma Informed Care and treatment.  Dana is a Certified Individual Trauma Clinician and a Certified Child/Adolescent Trauma Clinician.  Treating individuals who have experienced trauma is a specialty area, but Dana’s interests are diverse in the counseling field and she works with individuals with a wide variety of mental health disorders.

Jessica Chelius, MSW

Jessica Chelius, MSW, began working with Community Services Group in 2008. Jessica is a graduate of Temple University where she obtained a Masters in Social Work. She has spent the last 15 years providing mental health treatment to children, adolescents and families. Jessica began her career working at a children’s home providing individual, family and group therapy to work towards family reunification. Following that Jessica has spent the majority of her career linking children and families to resources to promote their well being. She has spent time focusing on individuals and families to be the best version of themselves. Jessica enjoys a strengths and systems approach to treatment. Jessica truly believes recovery is a collaborative approach. She also has experience mentoring other social workers and working with the IDD population..

Michelle Smith, MSW, LSW

Michelle Smith, MSW, LSW is a Licensed Social Worker who has been with Community Services Group since 2021. She holds a Master’s of Social Work degree from Shippensburg University. She has advanced clinical training in CBT, Motivational Interviewing and trauma-informed care. Michelle also has training in Restorative Practices in Restorative Justice Conferencing and Restorative Practices for Educators.  Previous experience includes work with parents, children and school-based therapy services. She also was involved in piloting a trauma awareness program in partnership with a local police department. Michelle provides school-based therapy at Susquehanna Township School District.

Heather Kniss, MSW, LSW

Heather Kniss, MSW, LSW is a Licensed Social Worker who has been with Community Services Group since 2021. She holds a Master’s of Social Work degree from Millersville University. Previous to working at CSG, Heather provided family based services and interned with Mental Health America as well as school social work. Heather utilizes a person-centered approach and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in her work with individuals. Heather has an interest in working with children and adolescents.

Amy Ward, MPH, MSN, CRNP

Amy Ward, MPH, MSN, CRNP is a board certified psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioner. She obtained her master of science in nursing degree from Wilkes University, and also has a Master of Public Health degree from West Chester University. Working in mental health since 2007, she has served in a variety of clinical and supervisory roles. Using person-centered and recovery oriented approaches to treatment, Amy provides diagnostic evaluations and medication management to children, adolescents, and adults at Community Services Group.

Adam Grumbling, MS

Adam Grumbling, MS, began working for CSG in 2020 as a Masters-Level Intern and currently serves as an Outpatient Therapist in Lancaster County. He earned his Master of Science degree in Clinical Psychology from Millersville University. Before joining CSG, Adam worked as both a Youth Care Worker and Rehabilitation Specialist, wherein he provided direct clinical support to adolescent and adult clients residing in community-based supportive living environments. Upon joining CSG, Adam was responsible for conducting both individual and group therapy with adult clients under the supervision of a professional counselor. Here, he also participated in weekly consultation meetings focused on the clinical applicability and utility of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and provided treatment to clients utilizing a cognitive-behavioral approach. Adam’s clinical interests include anxiety disorders, depressive disorders, mindfulness-based recovery approaches, and the role of religion and spirituality in promoting client resiliency. Adam is currently pursuing licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and is proficient in the administration of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT).