Lynn R. Capone, Psy.D. Dr. Capone received her undergraduate degree at Syracuse University and completed her Doctor of Psychology at Wright State University. Her post doctoral training was completed at the Northwest Ohio Consortium for Internship Training in Professional Psychology. She maintains a general clinical practice including areas of expertise in treating depression, anxiety, women's issues, stress reactions, and health-related problems.
Esther Yoder Strahan, Ph.D. Dr. Strahan received her Doctor of Psychology from Purdue University. She pursued postdoctoral training in neuropsychology, sleep disorders, and health psychology, with a postdoctoral fellowship in Behavioral Medicine at Bowling Green State University. She taught and served as chair of the Department of Psychology at Heidelberg University and supervised doctoral students in clinical training. Her publications include scholarly articles on social anxiety disorder, as well as a recent book entitled Parenting with Reason: Evidence-based Approaches to Parenting Dilemmas. Her clinical practice includes treating depression and anxiety, providing cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia and chronic pain, and treating stress reactions. She also enjoys presenting on topics such as stress management.
Matthew P. Ziccardi, Psy.D. Dr. Ziccardi completed his undergraduate degree at OSU and his Doctor of Psychology at Wright State University. He completed a Division 40 approved Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Rehabilitation/Neuropsychology at The National Rehabilitation Hospital in Washington DC. Components of his fellowship included didactic and clinical experiences at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Georgetown University Medical School, and The Children's National Medical Center. He has been in private practice in Lima since 1997 and currently serves as Chief of both Psychology Divisions at St. Rita's Medical Center and Lima Memorial Hospital. He has held teaching appointments at Wright State University and Ohio Northern University. He lives with his family (including two active boys) and more pets than a grown man in the city should have.