Dr. Capurso treats adults with depression, anxiety, relationship problems and life transition issues.
M. Katherine Kennedy, Ph.D.
Dr. Kennedy received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Bowling Green State University in Ohio, where her research focused on marital satisfaction across the life span. She completed her clinical training at the Albany Medical Center Hospital based Albany Psychology Consortium. Prior to joining PBMH, Dr. Kennedy practiced within an OB/Gyn office providing therapy to women for concerns related to their reproductive health. She currently provides psychotherapy for adults and adolescents with anxiety, depression. trauma and loss.
Rhonda Landis, Ph.D.
Dr. Landis is a counseling psychologist who treats adults and the elderly suffering from anxiety and depression. She has extensive experience working with older adults who are dealing with changes related to the aging process. Client issuses include role changes and transitions, coping with physical and cognitive changes, and managing stress related to caregiving.
Patricia Miller, Ph.D.
Dr. Miller is a Clinical Psychologist who specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for individuals of all ages. Her practice focuses on treating those who are suffering from anxiety disorders such as Panic Disorder, with or without Agoraphobia, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Social Anxiety, Generalized Anxiety, Posttraumatic Stress and Phobias. She also treats many patients who have Trichotillomania and Body Dysmorphic Disorder.
If you would like to speak to Dr. Miller about an assessment of your problems, please leave a voicemail at 518-862-1665, press option 2, then press MIL.
Susan Ross, Ph.D.
Dr. Ross earned a dual Ph.D. in Clinical and School Psychology from Hofstra University. After completing an internship at the Sagamore Children’s Psychiatric Center and doing her post graduate work in the New York City Public Schools, she spent 4 years as an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Albany Medical College. Since leaving that position, Dr. Ross has been in private practice. The focus of her work is children and families, with a behavioral and cognitive behavioral approach.