Stress Management Center

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Dr. Diamant has a Doctorate in Social Work and is a Licensed Professional Counselor. He has been providing service to the community since 1983. He has been certified as a marriage counselor in Imago Relationship Therapy which aims to equip couples with the tools necessary to relate to each other in healthier ways, and he has certifications in biofeedback, sex therapy, and hypnosis. He also has extensive experience in working with other mental health concerns.


Dr. Diamant is currently seeing adults who present with a broad range of problems including stress management, anxiety, depression, and marital/relationship issues.




Mrs. Loffredo Is a Licensed  Independent Clinical Social Worker. She has held various positions in the field of health and wellness over the past 18 years. She has broad training and experience working with individuals and families through life’s transitions and treating patients with brain trauma, grief, loss, and psychiatric disorders with St. Peter’s University Hospital, Catholic Charities, and The Cancer Institute. She has initiated and coordinated a host of support groups and conducted educational seminars for staff, patients, family members, and the community.


Her passion is to help individuals and families strive to “become the best of themselves.” Mrs. Loffredo takes referrals for children, adults, families, and groups.




Ms. Shrefler is a Nationally Board Certified Counselor & Licensed Professional Counselor. She has been working as a counselor in the outpatient setting since 2010. She has worked extensively with adolescent and adult populations. Ms. Shrefler participated in a collaborative learning with Project Best for Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), which is an evidenced-based practice for children and adolescents working through traumas that they have experienced in their lives. She also obtained training in Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT).  


Ms. Shrefler enjoys working with individuals and groups who are ready to make changes in their lives and work on creating their best self. She takes referrals for adults, adolescents, couples, families, and groups.




Mrs. Johnson is currently a school based counselor with a degree in Social Work. She is in the final process of her LPC Internship to become a Licensed Professional Counselor. She also currently facilitates the Women’s Grief Group “Meanderings” that meets every other Thursday from 6:30pm to 7:30pm. Mrs. Johnson will be available outside of her support groups for consultations during her internship and will begin seeing clients in the autumn of 2019.

Mrs. Johnson has an affinity for supporting families and adolescents by helping them navigate through life transitions. She also embraces women’s issues and is a strong advocate for school aged students to cope with developmental issues, identify enhanced coping skillsets, as well as cope with life adjustments and for families dealing with grief issues. 




Dr. Kline Schaffer is a Nationally Board Certified Counselor & Licensed Professional Counselor with a Doctorate in Integrative Medical Therapies & Transpersonal Psychology. She facilitates individuals, couples, families, and groups in discovering clarity through life changes.  Her background in treating individuals coping with anxiety, depression, stress management, trauma, chronic pain, and terminal illness has helped her evolve successful approaches with integrative medicine, non-pharmacological pain management, and solution focused therapies to treat the whole person. Her comprehensive, person-centered approach is ignited by her love for all people.

She has been recognized by a U.S. Congressman for her work with individuals, families, and groups coping with trauma and grief. Dr. Kline Schaffer currently takes referrals for children, adults, couples, families, and groups; she has embraced serving others in full time private practice since 2008.

PhD., M.Ed.,  LPC, NCC



Upon receiving his Master’s in Marriage and Family Counseling from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in 1993, He is Licensed Professional Counselor. Mr. McMinn has worked specifically with children, adolescents, and their families who need mental health counseling and treatment. Mr. McMinn enjoys helping others gain a greater sense of self to better cope with daily living.


He combines Cognitive Behavioral Theory with a warm, genuine approach when treating his clients that range from age 5 to adult. He has worked extensively with at-risk youth, individuals, and families working through adjustments and life’s transitions, and he takes referrals for adults, children, couples, and families.




Ms. Zeiser is a Licensed Professional Counselor & Licensed Addictions Counselor who has been working in the field for 8 years with experience in addiction recovery. She has also trained and served as a sexual assault crisis counselor for the state of Connecticut before relocating to South Carolina.


She sees clients ranged from adolescent to geriatric age. Ms. Zeiser areas of interest include trauma, anxiety, and addiction. Utilizing a multitude of different therapies and interventions, Ms. Zeiser helps her clients become “unstuck” from their traumas and find joy and purpose in their lives. She takes referrals for adults, adolescents, families, and groups.




Mr. Hall is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, as well as a Registered Play Therapist and currently a doctoral student in the Sensory Ecology Program offered through Akamai University with Project Nature Connect. He is trained in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), mindfulness, ecotherapy, hypnotherapy, Sandtray Expressive Arts Therapy (SEAT), and Play Therapy. He was awarded a two-year fellowship through Westgate Training and Consultation Network to study mindfulness and ecotherapy in the family system.


Mr. Hall’s specialties include working with victims of trauma, stress, depression, anxiety, as well as suicide prevention, especially as it impacts families. He takes referrals for children, adults, couples, families, and groups.



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