Outpatient Staff

Outpatient Services

Outpatient counseling services are provided by master’s level therapists with additional qualifications and training. All therapists offer individual and family counseling and work with children, adolescents and adults. In addition, each therapist has individual areas of expertise and interest.

Kathi Montgomery, M.Ed has been an integral part of the Corry Counseling Services of LECOM Health treatment team for almost twenty years and specializes in the provision of services to children and adolescents. She has a particular interest in children who have experienced significant disruptions in care early in life and is qualified to treat children with Reactive Attachment Disorder.

Jaymes Vroman, LPC provides clinical supervision for outpatient services. He possesses prior work experience in the inpatient mental health setting and has been working in the mental health field since 2008. He brings with him to his position an interest and familiarity in working with adults with serious psychological symptoms. He also offers treatment services for anger management.

Keri L. Anderson, MS is a master's level clinician, with nearly twenty years of experiences working with adolescents and families. She has a particular interest in working with adolescents and adults who experience anxiety, depression, and PTSD symptoms. Keri has completed multiple trainings over the years, involving CBT, FT, RTF, and has recently completed certification training for Cognitive Processing Therapy. She is currently working toward licensure. She has a background in working with adolescents in a Restrictive Treatment facility, working with families in the home/community environment, as well as working with children/adolescence in the school environment.

Matthew A. Copley, LPC joined the CCLH Outpatient Program in February of 2022. Matthew is a Nationally Certified Counselor and has been licensed with the State of Pennsylvania as a Licensed Professional Counselor since 2019. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania in 2011 and his Master’s Degree in Community Counseling also from Edinboro in 2013. Matthew is interested in working with Chronic Illness and focuses on use of CBT in treatment.