Meet our team of highly trained professionals
Debbie Roth, Certified Independent Social Worker
Chloe Farris, LCSW
Chloe Farris is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has always had an interest in understanding human experiences and how these can impact a person’s functioning in many areas of life. She has experience working with a wide range of clients from military service members, veterans, children and adolescents, families, and individuals identifying as transgender or LGB. She has an interest in improving Mental Health in her community and enjoys outreach and educating individuals and families on the positive outcomes of therapeutic services.
Chloe has a very good understanding of how difficult life can be and understands those challenges can often be overwhelming and hard to manage alone. She offers a warm and validating environment to assist in navigating those challenges. She also enjoys working with individuals who have suffered trauma in overcoming experiences which may be getting in the way of individuals living to their fullest potential. Chloe utilizes trauma-informed practice and varying therapeutic techniques to assist clients with their healing journey.
Arlene Garcia, Ed.D., LCSW
Rosalind Spells, MD, Psychiatrist
Danielle Nussel, BCBA
Bailey McGuire, B.A., M.S., BCBA
Emily Sobeck, M.A., BCBA
Gloria Mendez, PhD, Psychologist
Jhozna Gilbert, Lead ABA Therapist
Lisa Westcott, BCaBA
Alea Bird, MSW, CSW, Social Worker
Lynisha Farrell, Lead ABA Therapist
Sarah Lima, PA-C, MCMSc
Sara Gunning, STEP Director, MAT, BCBA, LBA
Richelle Wiltshire, M.S., MCFC Licensed Counselor, Group & Intern Coordinator
A.Delyla Ulm M.Ed.,BCBA
Megan Burton, MSW Certified Social Worker
Shayne O’Rourke-Testa, Program Coordinator
Melinda Shaw, BCBA
Kristina Shiao, BCBA
Kristina moved to St. Thomas in 2014, and worked as a speech therapy assistant. She provided services to children and adults diagnosed with speech disorder, ASD, traumatic brain injury and developmental delays. She joined the Island Therapy Solutions team in October 2015. and earned her Master of Arts in Professional Behavior Analysis from Florida Institute of Technology in December 2018.
Her experiences in the field of behavior analysis include providing direct care, behavior intervention strategies, environmental manipulations, functional behavior assessments, maintaining motivation, data analyses, parent training, teaching social skills and more. She is knowledgeable about the co-occurring disorders associated with ASD, including intellectual impairment, seizure disorder, anxiety disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, depression and gastrointestinal problems.
Kristina has delivered lectures at the University of the Virgin Islands and the Department of Education. As a bi-lingual daughter of Taiwanese immigrants, Kristina is sensitive to cultural and ethnic differences. She is passionate about her island community and consistently aims to create more understanding towards mental health.
Lorie Jeffers, Lead ABA Therapist
Courtney Mills, ABA Lead STEP
Courtney is a huge advocate for inclusion and truly enjoys spreading education and sensitivity to the community of St Croix. She encourages growth and promotes independence in all she does. Courtney believes she is a vessel for change and awareness and genuinely enjoys her role as such.
Ernest R. Jermin II, MD, Psychiatrist
Adriane Maier, PhD, BCBA-D, LMHC, Clinical Director
Jeffrey P. Donnelly, MMSc, PA-C
Sophia Joseph Parrilla, PhD, Psychologist, Clinical Director
G. Rita Dudley-Grant PhD, MPH, ABPP, Clinical Community Outreach Coordinator
Wayne Etheridge, PhD, Psychologist
DeeAnne Davis, MSW, LCSW
Lindsy Wagner, PsyD, CEO, Psychologist & Pediatric Neuropsychologist
Her clinical specialties include conducting diagnostic evaluations, neuropsychological evaluations, forensic neuropsychological evaluations and providing consultation and training for children and families with a variety of presenting concerns including learning disabilities, neurological disorders and emotional and behavioral concerns. Dr. Wagner also specializes in diagnosis and treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder. She conducts social skills groups with children with Autism Spectrum Disorders as well as individual and family therapy.
Dr. Wagner has taught at the University of the Virgin Islands, and prior to moving to St. Croix, she was the Director of Training at The Watson Institute in Pennsylvania. She completed her doctorate at The American School of Professional Psychology in Washington, DC. Dr. Wagner previously completed two years of training at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC, in the Pediatric Neuropsychology Unit.