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16 TUESDAY, JULY 29 - THURSDAY, JULY 31, 2014 HEALTH & FITNESS Cape Gazette Cap Appel, Wilson and Vaughn expand services to Sussex County By Molly MacMillan mollymac@capegazette.com Psychologists at Appel, Wilson and Vaughn said they opened their newest office, on Savannah Road in Lewes, to respond to the growing need for psychological care in Sussex County. Business partner and Licensed Psychologist Ted Wilson, who holds a doctorate, said the firm has been open in Dover since 2000. Psychologist and partner Mary Vaughn, who holds a doctorate in psychology, has been part of the practice since 2010. "There has just been so much publicity zabout a need for psychologists in Sussex," Vaughn said. "That was a big part of opening the office here - to meet that need." Licensed psychologists at the new office, including Eddie Oli- ver, Psy.D, treat people struggling with a wide range of problems, from learning disorders to be- reavement. Wilson's practice often in- volves the court system, he said. Testifying in custody cases and about competency issues are among the ways he practices what he calls therapeutic j ris- prudence. "We have a deep level of train- ing as far as development," he said. "Child, adolescent and adult development, personality struc- ture and personality theory as well as psychopathology or men- Appel. Wilson & Vaughn. LLC PSYCHOLOGISTS Peter Appel. Ph.D. Edward Wilson Ph.D. Mary Vaughn,'Psy D. Edwin Oliver, Psy.D. tal illness. We are treating from a background of personality and development." Vaughn said the office pro- vides educational testing and counseling as well as general psychotherapy. "I think there's a perception that you only go to a psychologist if you are mentally ill, but people come for a variety of issues that are situational or dealing with change," she said. Oliver, who has specialized training in dyslexia and attention problems, treats children, adoles- cents and adults who are dealing with educational and relational implications of these problems. He said he also sees clients deal- ing with grandparenting and family issues. "One thing that sets us apart is we have up-to-date tools that are helping us to make sound recommendations," Oliver said. "Personality tests, cognitive abil- ity tests and educational testing inform, and we have the training to use and interpret these scores." For more information, contact Appel, Wilson and Vaughn at 1305 B., Savannah Road, 302-678- 0213. Cleveland Ray, LPCMH, NCC I have had success in treating Depression and Anxiety in Adults, Couples and Adolescents. I'm available weekdays, evenings & Saturdays. I believe in caring for each individual. Hours by appointment. Insurance accepted. 302-363-8835 17527 Nassau Commons Blvd. www.clevelandray.com Suite 101 Lewes, DE 19958 ; La c RHONDA DAVIS IS JOINING OUR PRACTICE IN MILLSBORO! CaLL Tod j. Acc .pt Pat .t ! 230 Mitchell St;.Suite B. Millsboro, DE 19966 ~!acebk,cm/Ca peGazette for local news:~ :: .... Mt THE East T~ no rc ers t AI MOLLY MACMILLAN PHOTO PSYCHOLOGISTS (L-R) Ted Wilson, PhD; Mary Vaughn, Psy.D; and Edwin Oliver, Psy. D., said they opened new offices on Savannah Road to help fill a need for psychological services in underserved Sussex County. Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, Kickoff Aug. 6 at Abbott's Grill Ladies Night at Abbott's Grill walk at 9. Go to www.making- takes on special meaning for strideswalk.org/sussexde for women as the American Cancer details. In Sussex County, Mak- Society invites the community ing Strides Against Breast Cancer to join the fight against breast funds make a difference by help- cancer, learn more about Making ing people take steps to reduce Strides Against Breast Cancer of breast cancer risk or find it early Sussex County, and enioy free when it is most treatable; invest- food and refreshments, ing in groundbreaking cancer Making Strides Against Breast research to find, prevent, treat, Cancer of Sussex County Kickoff and cure the disease; providing will take place from 6 to 8 p.m., free information and services to Wednesday, Aug. 6, at Abbott's help people facing breast cancer, Grill, 249 NE Front St., Milford. such as transportation, lodg- Breast cancer survivors, those ing, wigs, support programs and recently diagnosed, and families financial assistance; and ensur- and friends are invited, ing access to mammograms for Making Strides Against Breast women who need them. Cancer has been the American "The fight to end breast can- Cancer Society's rallying cry cer starts with a single step, and to build awareness and funds Making Strides gives us power to fight breast cancer since to make a real difference in Sus- 1993. Call ]osette Castiglione, sex County to help end breast 302-827-4936 or email ]osette. cancer," says Castiglione, Mak- castiglione@cancer.org, ing Strides event specialist. "Not The Making Strides Against only are we helping those who Breast Cancer 5K Run/Walk are currently fighting the disease, takes place Saturday, Oct. 19, at we're helping more people never Delaware Tech in Georgetown. have to hear the words, 'You have The run takes off at 8:30 a.m.; breast cancer.'" YOUR WHOLE FAMILY Dr. Katherine Elder cco , , is happy to announce the opening of Delaware Psychological Services in Lewes DPS knows that fami!y members have a profound impact on one another. When the family is out of sync, it feels awful... Our team of licensed mental health professionals, social workers, addictions specialists and psychiatric staff understand your feelings and view them as a reflection of how much your family matters to you. We hope you will come to value our team of professionals as a useful resource for your family's unique challenges. A few of the many ways we can help include: ADDICTION: Treatment, Education & Support For Families CHILD/ADOLESCENT: Assessment & Psychotherapy THERAPY: Medication-Supported Parent/Child Interactive (PCIT) Attachment-Based Family (ABFT) School-Based Counseling & Support Trauma-Informed Delaware Psychological Services 17021 Old Orchard Road Suite 4 Lewes, DE 19958 (302) 703-6332 www.DelawarePsychologicalSe icesxom Forrr the L Ja' ]a play nan:, boy sch( le Yol hot G mar Env tary of t Day the You in Jr T ner win son :l I ' I Ni! Ii [ 111 !I FF[[i il I[1t ;J[ [lig g7 : i [ i:[?~ F[ [ ill [lll,t