Meet our staff

Each member of our core staff is an owner of ACP. We share the management of the practice, plan for its future, and see clients for treatment. Many of us are involved with other professionals organizations, teach at area universities, and supervise other clinicians.

Pamela Feldman, MS, LPC, LIMHP
Pam’s experience includes working with adolescents and adults with depression, anxiety, trauma, life adjustments, stepfamilies, and eating disorders.  She enjoys working with couples as well.  Cultural diversity is another special interest. Pam promotes using a balanced approach to achieve a healthy lifestyle.

Glen Fineman, LICSW, LIMHP
Glen’s clinical experience includes individual, child, marital and family therapy. Family and marital relationships, depression, anxiety, AD(H)D, developmental disorders [including Autism & Asperger’s], life transitions, child and adolescent issues, spouse and child abuse, self-esteem issues, stress management, and school related issues.

Julie Jurich, PhD, LIMHP
Dr. Jurich enjoys working with couples, families and individuals and utilizes a systems approach to help build healthy relationships.  She is a Certified Sex Therapist through AASECT. Her specialties include: marital issues, hypnosis, stress, anxiety, erectile dysfunction, sexual issues, children, depression, self-esteem issues, aging, affairs, alcohol/drug abuse, and EMDR.

Kerry Matuszek, LIMHP
Kerry brings over 14 years of experience to her work in psychotherapy and personal growth. She works with people dealing with relationship difficulties, grief and loss, divorce issues, anxiety, depression, sexual abuse and incest survival, self-esteem, difficult life transitions, fears, and stifling beliefs.  Kerry also uses EMDR for added support in problem resolution as well as mindfulness and meditation.  Kerry welcomes the opportunity to partner with you to help define next steps as you process challenging situations.

Terry Moore, MSW, LICSW
Terry sees older teens and adults for individual psychotherapy and family consultation. He has advanced training in Clinical Hypnosis – using this tool for personal growth and psychotherapy, pain management, and habit control, He is an Approved Training Consultant for other mental health professionals who seek hypnosis certification. He helps people to manage stress, rebuild self-esteem, find joy in daily activities, master pain, and resolve the impact of past trauma. He has advanced training in the assessment and treatment of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Terry refers couples and children to his talented colleagues down the hall.

Terry is a past president of the Nebraska Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers and served as Board President of the Association of Private Practice Therapists in 2014. For 6 years [ending in 2020], Terry was a member of the Board of Mental Health Practice – representing Certified and Licensed Social Workers.

Scarlett Shockley, RN-BC, MS, LPC, LIMHP

Scarlett is a Registered and Certified Psychiatric/Mental Health nurse. She has 10+ years with acute psychiatric disorders in an inpatient setting prior to working as a counselor in the outpatient setting. Scarlett is EMDR level II trained and “intensively” trained in DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy). She enjoys teaching clients the coping skills to improve their mood, behaviors, and relationships. Scarlett’s interests include Bipolar Disorder and Borderline Personality Disorder.

Sue Williamson, MS, LPC, LIMHP
Sue has taught workshops on relationships and dealing with difficult employees. Her interests include: death and grief issues, adolescents, career counseling, work-related stress, self-esteem issues, divorce adjustment, relationships, affairs, depression, women’s issues. In addition to her work in individual and couple’s counseling, Sue has a special interest in trauma resolution utilizing EMDR.



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