Guide to Wellness

Our Delaware Team


Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Remission. Recovery. Renewal. How many times have you worked to digest other’s definitions of those concepts? Trying, exhaustingly, to adapt and amend yourself into that predefined role?

I am interested in your definition and what those words look like in your world. My philosophy is a commitment to a distinctively personal approach to your health and wellness. My approach is based in warmth, genuineness, honesty and humor. I believe the integration of psychopharmacology through interdisciplinary methods is required to transcend the roadblocks associated in recovery and remission. This is how we will discover your pathways toward renewal.

My clinical experience is in substance related challenges and psychopharmacology for psychiatric disorders. I have worked with many individuals through issues related to anxiety, mood disorders, eating disorders, post-traumatic stress, obsessive and compulsive disorders, pregnancy, postpartum, menopausal transition, gender and multiethnic affirming care. I believe medication assisted treatment has space in the definition of recovery.

Malika Abdurakhmanova, DNP, CRNP, PMHNP-BC

Doctor of Nursing Practice, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Every individual is striving to develop or maintain a healthy psychological and social well-being in everyday life. I believe that mental health is an important component of a person’s overall health as all elements of the body and environmental factors are interconnected with each other. I also strongly believe that the success to mental health recovery begins when all individual’s aspects are addressed as a wholeness.

As a Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, I am successfully prepared to provide holistic, patient-centered care for clients needing mental health services and treatments. Through utilization of evidence-based practices, I continuously make efforts to achieve higher levels of clients’ mental wellbeing. Through collaboration with other healthcare providers, continuous client’s care is coordinated in order to facilitate the successful recovery. Utilizing the integrated approaches to healing and wellness, the holistic healing is achieved when mind, body, and spirit are addressed as a single unit, which further guides me to determine the most appropriate treatment strategy.

I am trained to work with all age groups, genders, and cultures, and my focus is on providing a safe therapeutic care by meeting individual needs of each client. I am experienced in providing care to clients suffering from many psychiatric disorders, such as schizophrenia, mood disorders, including bipolar disorder, depression and anxiety, trauma, substance use disorders, as well as various childhood psychiatric disorders.  I am also a certified Russian Medical Interpreter. 

Michael Urban, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the states of Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey. I graduated from Widener University where I earned a master’s in Social Work. While at Widener, I completed a certificate in the treatment of trauma. I began my career at Ambrosia Treatment Center, a substance abuse disorder facility. Over the past five years I have worked in all levels of care within the substance use field. I created a program to treat substance use and eating disorders concurrently. After this program I began building a private practice where I work primarily with individuals who have co-occurring eating disorders and substance use. Most recently I created and ran a program for Veterans and First Responders. I am currently employed with Banyan Treatment center where I have helped implement a veterans program in eight of their facilities.

I use a collaborative approach in treatment. I like to meet clients where they are in their lives and work collaboratively with the individual to create an individualized treatment experience. My approach draws heavily from ACT (acceptance and commitment therapy), CBT and exposure therapy. I work to create a trusting, non-judgmental relationship with the individual. I see myself as someone who presents opportunities to the individual and allow them to be the decision maker. I feel my role is to help the individual see the whole picture in their choices.

Vince Grim, LPC, NCC

Clinical Supervisor
Licensed Professional Counselor

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in the states of Pennsylvania and Delaware. I graduated from West Chester University with a degree in Counseling and Education where I completed post graduate work in diagnosis, assessment, trauma, and supervision. I work with children, adolescents, adults and parents in a wide range of issues including mood disorders (anxiety and depression), ADHD, and Autism. I am trained in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TFCBT) and use this treatment in my practice regularly. I draw from Cognitive Behavior therapy, Solution Focused therapy, and Narrative therapy. I have experience with functional behavior assessment and parent coaching with a focus on positive support planning. I have a background in multicultural and diversity counseling and work with clients on social justice, LGBTQ+, and diversity issues with a focus on intersectionality. In my practice, I utilize person-centered practices to foster an open dialogue to encourage communication. I believe in an atmosphere of affirmation and support, creating safe spaces for sharing whatever issues are bringing clients to the session.

Chelsea Fallier, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Hello! My name is Chelsea Fallier and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the states of Pennsylvania and Delaware. I earned my bachelor’s degree from the University of Pittsburgh in April of 2014, and my Masters in Social Work also from the University of Pittsburgh, in December of 2017. I have a wide range of experience as I been in the human services field since I was 22. Over the past several years I have worked with those with addiction.

In my practice I really pride myself on being an open non – judgmental therapist. I want those I am working with to feel safe and able to freely discuss what may be going on in their lives. I specialize in perinatal & postpartum issues, infertility, anxiety, depression, addiction, LGBTQ+, relationships, and self-esteem. I have training in motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, and solution focused therapy. I use unconditional positive regard along with other treatment modalities to create a welcoming space for my clients.

Stacey Chaffee, LSW

Licensed Social Worker

My name is Stacey and I am a Licensed Social Worker, as well as a Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor. I graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Temple University and a Master’s degree in Social Work with a certificate in treating trauma from Widener University. I began working in the field as a life skills therapist and have since worked as a youth therapist for clients with highly specialized behavioral needs, and in various roles in the substance use and eating disorder treatment settings.

My top priority is providing a space that is safe and nonjudgmental where you can truly feel seen, heard, and understood. My approach is empathetic, supportive, and direct, utilizing CBT, Solutions Focused, Strengths Based, and Motivational Interviewing techniques to assist you in finding clarity during uncertain times. My goal is to help you become empowered to overcome struggles related to anxiety, depression, trauma, ADHD, substance use, eating disorders, and LGBTQIA+ issues. I believe each person is capable of finding a sense of autonomy over their life, allowing one to feel capable and independent.

Amber Cain, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Philadelphia native with a passion for assisting families in navigating a variety of complexities surrounding the diagnosis of developmental and/or physical disabilities. I received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Autism studies from Saint Joseph’s University. In addition, I received my Master’s degree in Social Work from West Chester University. I have a decade of experience providing support to children, adults, and families with behavioral and mental complexities across a variety of settings.

I specialize in Autism, anxiety, depression, and self-esteem. As a therapist, I use mixed treatment modalities (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Strengths Based Therapy, Solutions Focused Therapy, Client-Centered Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing Techniques) to meet clients where they are and provide an individualized approach for each person I serve. I believe that clients are the experts of their own life and pride myself on partnering with clients to assist them in accomplishing their desired outcome. I am committed to helping people heal through inspiration and empowerment.

Kiley Librich, LMSW

Licensed Master Social Worker

Choosing to enter into therapy can be a very hard choice.  I acknowledge that many of the clients I see are feeling as though they don’t know how to move forward and are frustrated with how life is going.  I firmly believe that recognizing the need for help is a huge first step.  My aim is to meet clients exactly where they are and walk with them as they work to better understand themselves, their past and how to move forward successfully.  The relationship in therapy is most important, as my desire is to create an environment where clients not only can feel comfortable opening up, but also feel safe to do so.  I value each individual, what they bring into session and their want to have hope in tomorrow.

Hi!  My name is Kiley Librich.  I am a Licensed Social Worker in Pennsylvania and Delaware, working to become a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.  I earned my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Religion from Grove City College in 2000 and a Master’s degree in Social Work in 2002 from the University of Pittsburgh.  Starting in 2002 I worked as a therapist in a residential treatment facility working with children and families who suffered from trauma and abuse.  I gained experience with adoption and foster care organizations, social services and was trained in TF-CBT, attachment theory and trauma-informed care.  I then became an outpatient therapist in 2007.  During these years I have gained experience in working with clients who have struggled with depression, anxiety, trauma, abuse, family conflict, marital issues and grief and loss.  My approach utilizes many modalities, including but not limited to, CBT, Solution Focused therapy, DBT and person-centered therapy. 

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