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About Us

Willowdale Counseling Center
About Us

Tim Bray - Ph.D. Director


Dr. Bray received his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology (1998), an M.A. in Theological Studies (1996) and an M.A. in Clinical Psychology (1994) from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA. He is licensed in both New Hampshire and Massachusetts as a Clinical Psychologist. He is the original Director of the Willowdale Counseling Center and has been with the Center since it's inception in 1998. 


The hallmark of the Clinical Psychology program at Fuller Seminary is the integration of solid clinical psychology with sound Christian theology. That is the focus around which Dr. Bray centers his work with adults and adolescents. His specialties include working with couples, working with men with compulsive sexual behavior, working with individuals recovering from trauma or abuse histories, working with individuals suffering from depression and anxiety, working with individuals about relationship issues and other areas of personal growth. With respect to adolescents, Dr. Bray works with young men with depression or anxiety or who have concerns about relational issues, behavioral problems or other personal growth concerns. 


Dr. Bray employs primarily a psychodynamic approach to doing psychotherapy, but he also adapts insights from cognitive behavioral theories to inform his work. 


Kalyn Hubbard-Cashin, LCMHC

Kalyn earned her bachelors degree in psychology at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts, and her masters degree in clinical mental health counseling at Southern New Hampshire University in 2012. She is licensed as a clinical mental health counselor in the state of New Hampshire. She has worked in the field of mental health for 13 years in numerous settings, giving her a wide range of experience and comfort working with several different populations. Kalyn has spent time working in research, case management with mentally ill residential clients, family therapy and mentoring with children and families involved with child protective services and the juvenile justice system, and as a child and family therapist in a community mental health center working with children ages 4-18. Kalyn came to Willowdale with the belief that she could most effectively reach people using her faith, counseling from a Christian worldview and viewing spirituality as a part of mental health.


Kalyn's specific areas of training and interest are in working with trauma, anxiety, depression, divorce related issues, women's issues, marital and parenting issues. She has her certification in Early Childhood and Family Mental Health and has spent the majority of her career working with young children and adolescents but also has experience working with adults.


Cynthia Ludwick, APRN

Cindy joined Willowdale Christian Counseling as a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in 2016. She received her Masters of Science degree in Nursing from Rivier University in Nashua, NH and she is certified with prescriptive authority through American Nurses Credentialing Center. Cindy earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Liberty University and also graduated from Zion Bible Institute where she holds a diploma in Biblical Studies. Through the course of her career, Cindy has worked in various medical settings from inpatient to home care; dementia to addiction. Her years of clinical nursing add rich experience to her role as a psychiatric nurse practitioner.


Cindy has experience working with a host of different mental health issues ranging from mood disorders, anxiety, trauma related disorders, schizophrenia, behavioral and developmental disorders and addictions. Cindy works from a holistic perspective, recognizing that dis-ease is caused by the diverse, yet closely interrelated facets of the physical, emotional, spiritual, intellectual and social person. Her philosophy in treatment utilizes the combination of medication management and therapy as tools to help people reach their optimal functional ability and health.


Cindy is also an experienced public speaker who enjoys presenting to church groups and other organizations sharing her passion about finding wholeness and the meaning in life. Her caring, empathetic manner, positive outlook and focus on overall wellness are an asset to her clients as they journey toward wellness.

Tammy Kiniry, LMT

Tammy Kiniry is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist. She earned her Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Keene State College in 1992, and her Master's degree in Marriage & Family Therapy from the University of Connecticut in 2003. She's been in various positions over the past 15 years, experiencing an array of populations and challenges. Early on she worked as a direct care staff in a residential group home for boys who had significant abuse and neglect histories. She later worked in an intensive outpatient program providing therapy to adolescents who struggled with substance abuse which included individual, group, family and group family therapy modalities. As an outpatient clinician, Tammy worked with children, families and couples experiencing a variety of mental health issues. Her most recent experience includes working with an intensive in-home program serving families whose adolescents struggle with a variety of behaviors, including substance use, truancy, aggression, family conflict, couples conflict, and adolescents with problem sexual behaviors. Tammy came to Willowdale with the belief that her work could be enhanced and far more meaningful if done through a Christian worldview. She has attended American Association of Christian Counselors conferences. The workshops, covering a variety of clinical topics, have fueled her passion for Christian counseling. She is a member of AACC. 


Tammy's specific areas of training and interest include family therapy, parenting issues, and couples therapy. When working with children, Tammy emphasizes the need and value of caregiver involvement, knowing that a child alone cannot change in any sustainable manner unless his/her environment changes also. When addressing couple's issues, it's imperative to have both partners at the table to making any lasting change. Tammy tailors treatment to meet the needs of each person or family she serves and strives to ensure each client feels valued and respected.


Suzanne Courter, APRN

Suzanne is a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of New Hampshire in 2020 and her Master of Science in Nursing from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in 2023.


She is certified as a Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (Across the Lifespan) by the American Nurses Credentialing Center and is licensed by the state of New Hampshire. She has worked as a nurse in a variety of clinical settings, including home and community care and surgical services.


Suzanne’s Christian faith and values play an integral role in her care for patients and compassion for those struggling with mental health crises.

Suzanne is passionate about contributing to holistic care for patients through mental health services. She finds wonder in the complexity of human thought, emotion, and behavior, and celebrates each person’s unique story. Suzanne desires to help every person develop insightful self-awareness and healthy behaviors that promote mental healing and victory. She provides a safe space for patients where they can feel heard, seen, and valued as they work together to design a plan of care that is best suited to the patient’s individual needs.


Paul Domigan, Ph.D.

Dr. Domigan earned his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and M.A. in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA. He also earned an M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Hamilton, MA. This is a second career for Dr. Domigan who brings a great deal of practical life experience to his psychotherapeutic approach at Willowdale.

 Dr. Domigan’s training has been holistic – considering mind, body, and spirit - integrating psychological science with a theological foundation. Dr. Domigan works with individual adults, adolescents, groups, couples, and families. He works with both men and women struggling with depression and anxiety, trauma, family and relational problems, developmental disorders, sexuality, career, or retirement issues.

 Dr. Domigan works primarily from a relational psychodynamic perspective, incorporating cognitive behavioral therapy, as well as emotionally focused therapy for couples and families


Codie Chevalier, LCMHC

Codie Chevalier is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in New Hampshire. After earning her B.S. from the College of William and Mary and a M.S. in counseling from Regent University, she has served in therapeutic settings since 2007. She has worked as a respite provider for mentally and physically disabled children, a residential group leader in a wilderness school for troubled teens, and a leader in a residential group home. She has also served as a child and family therapist in a community health center and spent 3 years serving veterans at the Manchester VAMC. She is a trained EMDR clinician.


Codie’s experience with adult women, men, and teens (with issues that include trauma, anxiety, depression, grief, loss, stress management, relational issues, and personal and spiritual growth) allows her to bring an eclectic, collaborative approach to therapy. Codie offers space for her patients to experience relief, healing, and hope, listening deeply to their experience and helping them find their own voice as they move through their course of care.


Joyce Hawkinson, CMHC

Joyce earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Sacred Heart University. She earned her Masters of Counseling with a dual focus in Marriage and Family Therapy and Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.


She has provided support services to adults with mental and emotional disabilities. Joyce also supervised staff in residential facilities serving individuals with brain injuries. That included training staff and overseeing the care of the residents. Joyce has also provided individual counseling to adults with depression, anxiety, relational and faith struggles.


Joyce also provides counseling to children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. She employs psychodynamic principles as well as cognitive behavioral strategies with her clients and play therapy with children.


Joyce comes to the Christian Counseling field with the firm belief that God is the center of therapy from which true change can transpire. 


Sarah Geana, Intern

Sarah Geana is currently working towards her Masters Degree in Marriage & Family Therapy at Plymouth State University.  She is expected to graduate in May of 2024.  She earned her Masters of Divinity at St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary in 2007 and her Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from Clark University in 2003.  Sarah has worked as a Disaster Relief Specialist for the American Red Cross and volunteered as a Pastoral Care Counselor at Lawrence Hospital in Bronxville, NY. 


Sarah has worked extensively with couples through various Marriage Retreats she has offered through her church. She is dedicated to working with couples and families to strengthen their relationships. Viewing life through the lens of Narrative & Existential Therapies,


Sarah is committed to working with individuals to help them find meaning and to better understand their unique struggles and challenges through a collaborative and holistic approach to healing and wellness. It is Sarah’s firm belief that healing and wellness can be achieved through a relationship with Christ, the true healer.  As such, Biblical narrative and truth is foundational to how she approaches life and her work.

Sarah has focused her training on families, parenting, and couples counseling.  She believes in each person’s capacity to heal and for the role of the counselor to be that of walking alongside, holding space for each person, and alternatively acting as supportive audience, comforter, and guide as the need arises.


Audra Burbach, Intern

Audra currently serves as an intern at WCC while actively pursuing licensure as a Clinical Mental Health Counselor through Liberty University. Her passion lies in working with children, adolescents, and young adults. With 15 years of dedicated experience in private school counseling, Audra approaches her work from a strengths-based perspective. She employs a diverse range of therapeutic methods to tailor a unique and effective approach for each individual, aligning with their specific needs and goals. 

Throughout her career, Audra has specialized in addressing various issues including anxiety, self-regulation, social skills, grief, trauma, family system dynamics, and navigating life changes. She incorporates a blend of strength-based theories, narrative therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), play therapy, and mindfulness techniques into her practice. Her goal is to provide a holistic therapeutic experience that integrates a foundation rooted in Christian faith and truth. 

Audra’s overarching goal is to foster an environment where the therapist-client relationship can flourish. Through this collaborative partnership, she strives to promote wellness and empowerment, assisting clients in navigating their God-given identities and lived experiences. 

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