Meet The Staff
Caryn Bub-Standal MS, LCSW, LMFT children, adolescents, couples, adults
Caryn has 25 years experience treating children, families, adults, and couples . Her specialties include child therapy (including preschool children), family therapy, parenting skills, couples counseling, individual counseling, abuse issues, mood and behavioral problems, anxiety, school issues, school consultation, developmental disabilities and mediation services. Caryn is an owner of Child & Family Therapeutic Systems, Inc.
Tom Crawford LPC, MA, CSAC adolescents, adults, couples, substance abuse treatment
Tom has over 20 years experience treating children, adults and their families. His expertise includes inpatient services, family therapy, parenting skills, behavioral problems, anxiety and anger management, employee assistance, school consultation and alcohol and drug counseling. Tom works primarily with adolescents, adults and families providing couples therapy, AODA counseling, family and individual therapy.
Paul Krepel MSW, LCSW, LMFT couples, children, adolescents, adults, cognitive behavioral approaches
Paul has over 25 years of experience treating and supervising the treatment of children and their families. Paul’s specialties include attention deficit disorder, learning and behavioral problems, anger management, anxiety, and depression. He received post-masters training in Marriage and Family therapy and particularly enjoys working with couples wanting to stay together in a satisfying relationship. Paul is an owner of Child & Family Therapeutic Systems Inc. and communicates both in English and Signed English.
Greg Barden APSW children, families, and young adults
Greg has training in individual, couples, and family therapy and has extensive training in child psychotherapy, most specifically specializing in play therapy. He works with clients on issues such as anxiety, ADHD, depression, stress management, social skills, and autism spectrum disorders. In addition, Greg helps clients resolve relationship and interpersonal difficulties and can help improve parent-child relationships.
Robert Hugl LCSW children, adolescents, adults, couples
Bob is a licensed clinical therapist who specializes in anger management, adjustment disorders, couple and relationship concerns, ADHD in adults and children, depression, anxiety, and behavioral issues in children six and up. Bob has also worked with clients of all ages who have severe psychiatric and dissociative disorders.
Mary Plouff, MS, LPC, NCC children ages 3+, adolescents, individuals
Mary’s experience includes over nine years working with children and families. She addresses anger management issues, adjustment problems (divorce, birth of a sibling), ADHD, anxiety, Autism Spectrum Disorder, behavior concerns (home/school), child development concerns, depression, domestic violence and its impact on children, self-esteem, and trauma. Her style is creative and playful, taking a gentle and individualized approach with all of her clients. Mary uses a variety of techniques and treatment approaches, including cognitive behavior therapy, play therapy, AutPlay therapy, and social skill training. Mary has a special interest in working with children who have an Autism Spectrum Disorder. She is a Certified Level II AutPlay therapy provider.
Juley Glaman, MS, LPC children 12+, adolescents, individual and couples therapy
Juley Glaman offers a friendly and creative approach to counseling. She utilizes CBT, behavior modification, and Solution Focused counseling among other modalities. Specialties include: empowerment and self-esteem, anxiety, OCD, depression, grief and loss, sexual abuse/assualt, PTSD, Bipolar I and II, BPD and other personality disorders, relationships, mood disorders, adjustment disorders, behavioral issues, ADHD, EAP, anger management, and other social skills.
Annie Mallmann, Psy.D, LPC children 3+, adolescents, families, young adults
Dr. Mallmann has over ten years of experience treating children, adolescents, families, and adults. Dr. Mallmann’s training experiences have included private practice, community mental health, and school-based therapy, learning disability and psychological/neuropsychological assessments, and specialized early intervention mental health services for children ages 0-5. Her interests include child and family therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy for anxiety and depression, play therapy, and working with children, adolescents, and families on transitional/adjustment difficulties, behavioral management of ADHD, early childhood behavioral problems and developmental concerns, anger management, and parenting and social skills. Dr. Mallmann works with a wide variety of mental health concerns including but not limited to: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Anxiety Disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Behavioral Disorders, Coping with Stress, Depression, Grief and Loss, Learning Disabilities, Life Changes, Mood Disorders, and Self-esteem Issues.