About Us

Shayne J. Croy, LCSW, LADC


Shayne graduated Summa Cum Laude with his Master’s in Social Work from the University of Connecticut, an internationally leading program in the field. He was trained and supervised in family therapy under Olga Hervis, the executive director of the Family Therapy Institute of Miami and co-creator of the Brief Strategic Family Therapy model. 


He also trained in Domestic Violence intervention strategies and treatment for perpetrators and victims with the Duluth Model program at their headquarters in Duluth, Minnesota. In addition, he is trained and certified in a number of recognized, evidence-based modalities for substance use, trauma, anger and aggression, depression, issues of gender and sexuality, and other challenging life issues. 


He is experienced in supporting clients through a variety of life challenges, including parenthood, relationship difficulties, complicated grief, life transitions, trauma, issues of gender and sexuality, and a variety of everyday life stressors. Other areas of experience include substance abuse, medical issues, body image, self-esteem, work, school, and home stressors. He takes a friendly, down-to-earth, personal and genuine integrated holistic approach to his practice in supporting clients to address all aspects of health – mind, body & spirit.


Shayne has over twenty years of experience in working with children, adolescents and adults. He brings a sense of humor, compassion, and empathy to his work. He recognizes that change is driven from within each individual and that each person’s path is unique to them, and thinks of himself as more of an interested, supportive passenger on someone’s life journey, as opposed to the person driving the bus.

Jeanne H. Croy, LCSW, CCS


Jeanne received her Master’s in Social Work from the University of Alaska. She was awarded two fellowships at the Yale School of Medicine as a Psychiatric Social Work Fellow and Zigler Fellow and was a faculty member at the Yale Child Study Center. She has specialized training in a range of therapeutic modalities, including evidence-based treatment for anxiety, depression, trauma, and other concerns. She is experienced in supporting clients through life challenges, including parenthood, relationship difficulties, complicated grief, life transitions, and a variety of life stressors. Other areas of experience include substance abuse, medical issues, body image, self-esteem and work stressors. She is a certified yoga teacher and takes an integrated approach to her practice in supporting clients to address all aspects of health – mind, body & spirit.


Jeanne has over twenty years of experience in working with children, adolescents and adults in the fields of mental health, substance abuse, child welfare, and forensic interviewing and evaluations. She brings a sense of humor, compassion, and empathy to her work. She recognizes that change is driven from within each individual and that each person’s path is unique to them.


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