Mareda L. Reynolds MA
Ms. Reynolds completed a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology at West Virginia State University. She earned a Master’s degree in Psychology with a Specialization in Diagnosis and Intervention from West Virginia College of Graduate Studies/Marshall University. She has worked in the mental health field for 30 years and has been a licensed psychologist since 2001. She has worked in a variety of community mental health and private practice settings. Ms. Reynolds has conducted professional seminars and workshops on topics including DSM, developmental disabilities, crisis intervention, behavior disorders, mood disorders, ethics, and clinical documentation practices. Ms. Reynolds specializes in autism spectrum disorders and other developmental disabilities. She also provides care for those with depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, posttraumatic stress disorder, reactive attachment disorder, ADHD, relational problems, grief/loss, infertility, and adjustment issues. Ms. Reynolds has many years of experience in the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of mental illness and developmental disorders.
S. Elizabeth Hicks MA
Clinical Child Psychologist
Ms. Hicks completed a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology at West Virginia State University. She earned a Master’s degree in Psychology with a Specialization in Child Development from Marshall University College of Graduate Studies. She worked as a supervised psychologist from 1998 until 2006. Since 2006, she has been a licensed psychologist. A former employee of Marshall University’s Autism Training Center, Ms. Hicks provides positive behavior support and parent education, as well as cognitive-behavioral therapy services. Ms. Hicks treats children, adolescents, and those with mental impairments. She actively involves their family and caregivers in the patient’s treatment. She focuses on assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of autism spectrum disorders, developmental disabilities, ADHD, learning disabilities, mood disturbances, anxiety, and adjustment disorders.
Ms. Browning has worked in the mental health for more than ten years as a direct care worker for individuals with developmental disabilities and as support/clerical staff.