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Amy Williams is the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic director and a licensed clinical psychologist. Dr. Williams’ specialization is in the cognitive-behavioral treatment of posttraumatic stress, depression and anxiety. As a national trainer in cognitive processing therapy, she has consulted with numerous organizations in the research of and training therapists in effective treatments for PTSD in veteran/military and civilian populations.    


Jonathan Hill is the director of outreach for the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic. He manages the Military Veteran Peer Network representatives, the outreach team, and the case managers. Jonathan has an extensive history in caring for veterans and their families including serving on the board of directors for a national veteran’s service organization. He retired from the Army with more than 20 years of faithful service.


Lisa Skier is the business office manager for the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic. Having served in the Air Force for 13 years, Lisa is proud to bring her administrative skills to the fold. Having worked with women veterans in transition for a number of years she is happy to continue to serve a population that is near to her heart. Lisa has a BA from the University of Texas at Austin and holds a Certificate in Non-Profit Management with an emphasis on the Veteran Population from Saint Mary’s University in San Antonio, Texas.


Janet Centola is a licensed clinical social worker with the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic. She holds a Masters degree in Social Work and Diplomate in Clinical Social Work and has practiced in a variety of settings with both active duty military and veterans. She has worked with adults, children and families for over 30 years. In addition to direct clinical work she has trained other professionals and served as adjunct faculty in the Texas A&M Commerce Masters of Social Work program.


Timothy “Alan” Ingram is a licensed psychologist with the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic. He has 20-years of clinical experience with veterans within the VA and active duty Army personnel at Fort Hood, Texas as a civilian psychologist and supervisor. He was the Regional Director of Psychological Services in Iraq and Afghanistan (2.5 years) serving with a U.S. State Department defense contractor utilizing U.S. police officers to train Iraqi and Afghan Police within active war zones. He has developed clinical expertise using evidenced-based therapies in the treatment of soldiers and veterans suffering with PTSD, other behavioral health conditions, and family problems associated with the after-effects of war.              


Tanya Mac is an outreach coordinator at the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic focusing on families. Tanya is a Marine spouse with a background in art from Maine College of Art. Prior to joining the clinic, Tanya gained extensive experience and expertise in therapeutic art for adults, children and families through Tanya Mac Arts. 


Jim Reynolds is a case manager for the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic. He is an LPC Intern and holds Master's degrees in education and religion. He is an honorably retired Texas peace officer, recently serving as the director of a regional police academy in West Texas, where many of the recruits were veterans. His 37-year career in law enforcement has increasingly been devoted to the psychological services, and he has been honored to work with first responders in crisis and trauma situations. Recently, Jim has been proud to serve the veterans as they have transitioned into civilian public-safety careers.  

Megan Quillicy is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor with the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Texas at Dallas and her Masters of Science in Counseling from Southern Methodist University. She possesses a keen understanding of psychological disorders, treatments and therapies cultivated through her extensive work in acute stabilization at both the inpatient and outpatient levels of care where she first began working with veterans. Megan works with her Labrador retriever, Valor, as an animal assisted therapy team to assist in the process of emotional healing.


Valor is a Labrador retriever working with Megan Quillicy as an animal assisted therapy team. Valor and Megan began working with one another through the non-profit organization K-9’s for Freedom and Independence, which specializes in the training of PTS and TBI service dogs for US Military Members, Law Enforcement Officers, Fire Fighters, and EMS Workers. He gives free hugs upon request.


Ashly Smith is a receptionist with the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic. She is currently attending the University of Maryland University College pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Psychology. As a former Navy spouse stationed in Hawaii, she developed a great passion for the military and veteran community. Currently she is going through training to become a crisis counselor. After finishing her degree program, Ashly plans to give back to the veteran community through crisis management and therapeutic needs. 

Chelsea Fiduccia is a licensed clinical psychologist with the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic. She has a particular interest in working with those involved in the criminal justice system and has developed both research and clinical expertise in this area. She is the spouse of a Navy veteran and has several other family members who have served in various branches. Dr. Fiduccia provides group and individual services to adults using evidence-based practices to treat a variety of concerns. 

Ashton Steele is a psychology postdoctoral fellow with the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Metrocare. She earned her PhD in clinical psychology from SMU (Southern Methodist University) and completed her pre-doctoral internship training with the VA North Texas Healthcare System. She is passionate about providing evidence-based treatment to Veterans and their families.