Specialties: Working with the elderly, adolescents, women’s issues, grief, and couples relationships
B.A. College of William and Mary, 1982; M.Div. Union Theological Seminary, 1987; Ordained, Presbyterian Church (USA), 1988; M.S. College of St. Joseph, 2009 (Clinical Mental Health Counseling); Postgraduate Residency, 2010-2012; NYS Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor, 2012; American Association of Pastoral Counselors – Fellow, 2013.
Cheryl has 25 years of experience working with adolescents, couples, and families in the parish setting, which has enhanced her professional practice as a therapist. She sees clients in both the main office and the Greenwich satellite site. As Coordinator of Community Programs, she works with congregations in the area of clergy support, facilitating a monthly clergy pastoral care group.