Dr. Jill K. Materna earned her Doctorate of Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) from Indiana University of PA in 1994. She completed an American Psychological Association accredited internship at the Pittsburgh Veteran's Hospital. She fulfilled a 2 year post-doctoral training at the Fergus Falls State Hospital in Minnesota. She also completed her Master's Degree in 1986 at Cleveland State University.
Dr. Jill has worked in the mental health field for over 30 years. She has worked in a variety of settings including schools, community mental health centers, partial hospitalization programs, and state psychiatric hospitals. She also served with the Federal Government's Indian Health Services in Montana for three years. She has worked extensively with children, families, and adults. Her training and work experience has included the treatment of childhood behavioral and emotional problems. She has also worked with abuse victims, including children and adults.
Dr. Jill K. Materna is skillful at helping you solve life's confusing and difficult issues, with compassion and sensitivity.
Dr. Daniel Materna earned his Doctorate of Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) from Indiana University of PA in 1993. He completed an American Psychological Association accredited internship at Kent State University's Psychological Services Clinic. His postdoctorate year was fulfilled with Health America HMO of Pittsburgh. He also completed his Master's Degree in 1986 at Cleveland State University.
Dr. Daniel began working in the mental health field in 1979. Recently, he served as the Director of Psychology at a Community Hospital for 3 years. Prior to that he was Supervisor of Residential Psychological Services at the Sarah Reed Children's Center in Erie, PA. He has also worked for 5 years with the Federal Government's Indian Health Service in Montana and South Dakota. He has advanced training in family and marital therapies. He is a Clinical Member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy.
Dr. Daniel Materna enjoys helping others return to enjoying their lives, both within their families and marriages, as well as on their jobs and in their social lives.