Meet The Staff
FRANK P. MANCUSO, Ph.D.
Frank earned the Ph.D. degree in Counseling Psychology at Temple University, M.A. degree in Christian Counseling at Wheaton Graduate School and B.A. degrees in Biblical Studies and Psychology at Azusa Pacific University. He holds a New Jersey State Professional Counselor's license and he is a licensed minister.
Since 1978, Frank has been a Christian counselor and provided services to children, adolescents and adults in a private practice setting. Currently, he works with adults only and specializes in group therapy. In 1983, he founded The Center for Christian Counseling & Relationship Development, L.L.C. and serves as the Clinical Director. He has extensive counseling experience with various types of abuses and addictions, as well as anxiety, panic, depression, fears, personality disorders, physical pain, stress, relationship problems and spiritual issues. Additional experience includes writing, Bible teaching, preaching and presentation of seminars and radio messages on topics relevant to Christian living.
Since becoming a Christian in 1973, he has sought to follow Jesus Christ and the Scriptures, personally and professionally. Frank has served as a church staff member, Sunday school teacher, deacon and is currently involved in the small group ministries of his church. He is married to Fran Mancuso, who has served as a Christian counselor at CCCRD.
MATTHEW J. MILLER, Psy.D.
Matt is a NJ licensed psychologist. He received a Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from Immaculata University. In addition, he holds a M.A. degree in Human Services Psychology from LaSalle University and a B.A. degree from Franklin and Marshall College.
Matt has been a Christian counselor since 1997 in both private practice and at community mental health centers. He works with children, adolescents and adults through individual, marital, family and group counseling. He treats people with problems which include eating, depression, relationships, anger, stress, anxiety and spiritual. Matt also presents seminars on Christian life to adolescents and adults and teaches as an adjunct faculty member at Rowan University.
Matt became a Christian in 1985. Since then, he has sought to live a life worthy of the Gospel in his work and personal relationships. Matt has worked with high school students for 14 years as a counselor and as a volunteer leader with Young Life. He is a mini-church leader and has developed a lay counseling and discipleship ministry in a local church. He is married to Bethany Miller and has two children.
ADRIANA L. WILLEY, M.A.
Adriana holds a Masters degree in Counseling Psychology from Trinity International University. She received a B.A. in Bible/Theology from Moody Bible Institute and is a New Jersey Licensed Associate Counselor.
Through the local church, Adriana has extensive experience in mentoring adolescent and young adult females through their identity forming years. She has facilitated therapy groups and spiritual growth groups. In counseling, Adriana is passionate about group therapy, strengthening families formed through adoption and helping others find wholeness amidst depression, grief, loss, addiction, painful relationships, daily stress and life adjustments. Her cross-cultural experience has increased her awareness and sensitivity in relating to those from different nationalities.
Adriana has been a Christian from a young age. Committed to the mission of the church, she has served locally through developing Bible studies, leading small groups, discipleship, teaching and speaking. She and her husband, a local pastor, strive to foster genuine Christian community through service, relationships and hospitality. Adriana and Ben have two sons.
AMY KATHRYN FITZSIMMONS, LCSW
Amy Kathryn holds a Masters degree in Social Work from The University of Pennsylvania. She received a Bachelor of Science in Bible and a Bachelor of Social Work from Cairn University (formerly Philadelphia Biblical University). She is clinically licensed in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Amy Kathryn worked in an inpatient psychiatric hospital setting for 10 years. She has experience with those struggling with addiction, eating disorders, self-injury, broken relationships, and mental health issues. She has journeyed in the trenches with individuals, couples, families, and groups. She values the space God designs to hear someone’s story and offer counsel. She embraces the dynamic reality of suffering and need to process through pain.
Amy Kathryn was committed to youth group leadership for 10 years; developing meaningful relationships with high school girls that have remained ongoing. She appreciates opportunities to guest speak about eating disorders and share her testimony as a survivor. She works as an adjunct faculty member at Cairn University.
Amy Kathryn's relationship with God changed boldly and beautifully when her heart was captivated by His character and transformed by His grace. Her life is committed to humbly serve Him. Through integrating the role of faith into the therapeutic process, she desires to build on moments of connection; bringing hope to the hurting and healing to the broken. Amy Kathryn is married to David Fitzsimmons.