• Aubrey K. Ewing, PhD
  • Melissa Sellers, MA, LMHC
  • Jennifer Valentine, EdS, NCSP
  • Joyce Hopkins, PsyD

  • Please note: Pamela Klinger, MEd, LMHC is no longer affiliated with our practice. You may contact her at 561-350-0940.

    Clinical Associates

    Aubrey Ewing PhD

    Aubrey K. Ewing, Ph.D., Clinical Director

    Dr. Ewing was trained in the Counseling Psychology Department at Florida State University. He completed his pre-doctoral clinical internship with Apalachee Community Mental Health emergency services and outpatient centers, and the FSU Human Services Clinic in Tallahassee. He is a native Floridian, happily married, and a proud Dad who has been in private professional practice in Palm Beach County for more than 20 years. He is a member of the allied Medical Staff of Bethesda Memorial Hospital in Boynton Beach. Dr. Ewing is a career-long member of the American Psychological Association, and a Past-President of the national Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback. He works with all ages including children, adolescents, and adults. His clinical specialties include the diagnosis and treatment of attention deficit

    disorder (AD/HD), parent education and consultation, counseling and psychotherapy for relationship issues, adjustment and life problems, cognitive/behavioral therapy of depression and anxiety, biofeedback for headache, pain, and stress related disorders, and neurofeedback treatment of AD/HD. Dr. Ewing is knowledgeable about medication and collaborates with prescribing primary care doctors and psychiatrists. He is known for his ability to connect with hard to reach children and teens, his personable approach, and down to earth style of therapy.

    Melissa Sellers, MA, LMHC

    Melissa Sellers, MA, LMHC

    Melissa Sellers is a New York native who now calls Florida home. She is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with a Masters Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Hofstra University, and a dual bachelor’s degree in psychology and sociology. Melissa began her work in the field of addiction at a dual diagnosis hospital and continued to gain interest in the growing addiction epidemic. She has worked in a number of treatment facilities including hospital-based settings and private centers to assist in combatting the addiction crisis. Her clinical experience and expertise includes individual therapy for adolescents and adults, couples and family counseling, and group therapy. She is also experienced in treating anxiety, depression, substance abuse disorders, personality disorders, adjustment problems, marital and family discord, LGBTQ populations, and

    co-occurring addiction and mental health disorders. Her passion is to guide others to a path of a healthy mind and body while using an eclectic approach specifically tailored to each individual.

    Jennifer Valentine, Ed.S., NCSP

    Jennifer Valentine, Ed.S., NCSP

    Jennifer Valentine is a Florida licensed and nationally certified school psychologist who was trained in the School Psychology program at the University of Central Florida in Orlando. She has experience working with children of various ages, backgrounds, and exceptionalities from pre-kindergarten through post-secondary school and in various settings, including the Palm Beach County Public School System, private practice, and local mental health facilities. Jennifer is a current member of her local, state, and national professional organizations. For the past two years she has served as Secretary for the Executive Board of the Palm Beach Association of School Psychologists and continues in this position currently. For the past five years, Jennifer has also served on the Executive Board (as co-newsletter chair) of the Florida

    Association of School Psychologists. She specializes in psychoeducational evaluations to help develop the most appropriate educational programming and planning for children with varying exceptionalities, including but not limited to giftedness, autism spectrum disorders, emotional/behavioral disorders, learning disorders, global developmental delays, academic concerns, attention deficit disorder, information processing/memory concerns. She is available to meet for psychoeducational evaluations, parent conferences, and/or educational consulting during the week or on weekends.

    Sharon Cassell EdD

    Sharon D. Cassell, Ed.D., Emeritus - 12/7/43 - 5/10/15

    Dr. Cassell, or “Sharon” as she was known to most of her clients practiced in Palm Beach County from 1992 until her retirement in 2011. She enjoyed a reputation as a gifted child, adolescent, and relationship therapist, and held the post-doctoral certification in Imago Relationship Therapy. As a former educator, she incorporated her love of teaching into her personable and down to earth counseling style. Dr. Cassell worked with all ages, from young children to mature adults. In retirement she maintained her interest in helping others and spent quality time with her loving husband Mike, family, and friends. Sharon left us on May 10, 2015, the result of early-onset and rapidly advancing Alzheimer's Disease.


    Giselle Huerta

    Giselle Huerta, Office Administrator

    Giselle Huerta is the helpful person on the other end of the phone when you call for an appointment or have a question about insurance coverage or fees. She is an expert in medical office management and and a key member of our team.

    Contact Giselle with any questions about our services, which clinician to see, release of information requests, reimbursement issues, report preparation requests, and messages for your doctor/therapist. HIPAA protections of your confidential personal health information extend to your communications with our office manager.

    Other Clinicians Sharing Our Office

    Joyce Hopkins, Psy.D.

    Joyce Hopkins, Psy.D.

    Dr. Joyce Hopkins is a licensed psychologist providing psychological services to individuals and couples with personal, relationship, financial, and health challenges. She is also a licensed speech pathologist with over 25 years of experience treating adults with communication disorders. Her clinical experience as a speech pathologist combined with specialized training in pain management and hypnotherapy provides a unique perspective for individuals experiencing distress. Dr. Hopkins utilizes a cognitive-behavioral approach that challenges each individual to define and achieve realistic objectives. She also works with adult survivors of prolonged childhood abuse applying the Dialectical Behavioral Therapy approach. Dr. Hopkins is available for comprehensive psychological assessments of school age children and adults, including

    gifted testing and evaluations of neurologically impaired individuals. Please call 561-327-8992 to schedule an appointment. Dr. Hopkins is a Medicare insurance provider.