Case Management Intern and Development Associate
Beryl is a Case Management Intern and Development Associate at Hamm Clinic. They are pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Social Justice at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. They have had experience working as a research assistant in the field of cognitive, social, educational, counseling, and cultural psychology. Other experiences include creating content for Tubman’s violence prevention program and implementing campus-wide policies with the Prevention, Wellness & Training Committee. Beryl is honored to intern at a clinic that values culturally responsive, anti-oppressive, and trauma-responsive care.
Bill Caperton , PhD
Psychologist and Group Supervisor
Bill is the Group Supervisor at Hamm Clinic, where he oversees group therapy programming in addition to providing individual therapy and clinical supervision. He completed his PhD in Counseling Psychology at Marquette University, his MA in Counseling at St. Mary’s University of Minnesota, and his undergraduate degree in English and Film Studies at the University of Pittsburgh. He also holds a certificate in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy from the New Center for Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles.
His therapeutic approach is an integration of contemporary psychodynamic psychotherapy with Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, a mindfulness-based, values guided, experiential behavioral approach. What this means in practice is that he will work collaboratively with you to disclose sources of meaning in your life, while facilitating the development of new perspectives on your internal emotional worlds, in the service of pursuing increasingly clarified values. At times this will include looking at patterns in current and past relationships that may be contributing to “stuck” points, while at others it will include guided experiential exercises aimed at dislodging patterns of behavior that are no longer serving you in building a more vital, engaged, meaningful existence.
Bill’s previous experience includes providing counseling to undergraduate, graduate, and professional students at UCLA, USC’s Keck School of Medicine, and the University of Iowa, as well as working within the VA system in both Minneapolis and Milwaukee. Prior to becoming a psychologist, he worked in the music industry as a performer, manager, and booking agent, and has a particular interest in helping artists, writers, actors, musicians and creative spirits of all types achieve their full potential.
Jillian Chase , MS
Jillian Chase, MS (she/her/hers) is a Psychology Intern at Hamm Clinic. She is in her final year of completing her PsyD in Clinical Psychology from the University of San Francisco. Jillian is dedicated to supporting clients as part of a collaborative, egalitarian team working together to improve and maintain quality of life. Through an integrative, trauma-informed, and culturally conscious lens she has experience working with a diverse spectrum of individuals living with depression, anxiety, panic disorders, complex trauma, personality disorders, as well as substance use disorders.
As a provider utilizing an integrative approach, Jillian takes into account the implications of early relational experiences, paired with a framework that examines the interplay between biology, psychology, and socio-environmental factors.
Jillian believes that at the heart of therapeutic progress lies authenticity in the relationship between client and clinician. In her experience, this authenticity is facilitated by honest and consistent communication, collaboration, and a belief in every person’s potential for self-actualization and self-determination.
Cristina Combs , MSW, LICSW
Director of Clinical Services
Cristina is the Clinical Director at Hamm Clinic. She received a bachelor’s degree in Spanish Studies and a master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. Cristina is a licensed clinical social worker who has served children, youth, adults, and families as an in-home, school-based, and outpatient therapist. Since 2011, she has provided clinical supervision to incredible therapists and has extensive experience in program development, administration, quality improvement, and program evaluation.
In therapy and in supervision, Cristina collaborates with individuals to promote healing, self-love, and life-giving connections. She attends to matters of social justice as essential components of clinical practice and values frameworks including narrative therapy, harm reduction, and liberation psychology.
In 2015, through consultation with BIPOC mentors, Cristina developed a group work model focused on building anti-racist practice and community. In partnership with a diverse group of colleagues, Cristina has developed and delivered trainings locally and nationally on anti-oppressive practice.
Cristina is humbled and honored to serve Hamm Clinic in the role of Director of Clinical Services.
Kaitlyn Dale (she/her/hers) is a psychology intern at Hamm Clinic. She is in her final year of completing her PhD in Counseling from Colorado State University. Kaitlyn has experience providing psychotherapy, groups facilitation, crisis intervention, psychological evaluation, and clinical supervision across a variety of treatment settings including several interdisciplinary community mental health clinics. Her line of research focuses on helping individuals learn how to self-reflect on their experiences to further develop their sense of identity, calling, and meaning in life.
In her therapeutic work, Kaitlyn brings a warm, nonjudgmental, and collaborative approach. As her clients begin to connect with their emotions and needs and accept themselves for who they are, they further cultivate growth-fostering relationships that support their ability to live wholehearted and purpose-driven lives. Throughout this process, Kaitlyn pays specific attention to exploring and validating how individual’s relational style and distress is perpetuated within sociocultural context, oppression, and conditioning. Her approach to therapy demonstrates clear and consistent themes of self-acceptance, self-compassion, personal empowerment, vulnerability tolerance, and relational resilience.
Kaitlyn welcomes all gender identities, racial identities, religions, sexual orientations, and ages. She is especially interested in working with individuals navigating difficult life-transitions and identity-related issues. She has specialized training working with older adults and their caregivers and welcomes these folks as well.
Bruce Field , MD
Psychiatrist / PSIQUIATRA
Dr. Bruce Field is a part-time psychiatrist at Hamm Clinic. He studied medicine at Temple Medical School in Philadelphia and then trained in psychiatry at NYU Medical Center in New York City. He later studied psychotherapy at the Minnesota Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis and finished a certification program in refugee trauma and recovery through Harvard Medical School. He is board certified in the areas of general and addiction psychiatry.
His areas of interest include psychotherapy, cross-cultural psychiatry, refugee mental health, addiction, and trauma. He is devoted to working with disenfranchised and underserved communities in the Twin Cities. Over the years, he has worked at Catholic Charities, La Familia Guidance Center, La Clinica, the Center for International Health, Wilder South-East Asian Program, the Center for Victims of Torture, the Veterans Medical Center, Avivo, and in private practice. In order to better serve Latinx patients he saw at La Familia and La Clinica years ago, he started learning Spanish, and he has continued to be a passionate student of the language.
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El doctor Bruce Field trabaja en Hamm Clinic como psiquiatra a tiempo parcial. El Dr. Field estudió medicina en Temple Medical School en Filadelfia y se especializó en psiquiatría en NYU Medical Center en Nueva York. Después, estudió psicoterapia en Minnesota Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis y participó en un programa de certificación basado en el trauma que sufren los refugiados y su recuperación en Harvard Medical School. Tiene una certificación en psiquiatría general y adicciones.
Sus áreas de interés incluyen la psicoterapia, la psiquiatría intercultural, la salud mental de los refugiados, las adicciones y el trauma. También dedica su vida a trabajar con las comunidades minoritarias y marginadas en las Ciudades Gemelas. A lo largo de los años, ha trabajado en Catholic Charities, La Familia Guidance Center, La Clinica, the Center for International Health, Wilder South-East Asian Program, the Center for Victims of Torture, the Veterans Medical Center, Avivo y en consulta privada. Hace unos años, mientras trabajaba en La Familia y La Clínica, comenzó a aprender el idioma de español para así poder ayudar mejor a sus pacientes hispanos; desde entonces, se ha convertido en un apasionado de ese lenguaje.
Janet Finlayson , PsyD, LP
Psychological Evaluation Coordinator and Psychologist
Janet Finlayson, PsyD, LP is the Psychological Evaluation Coordinator and therapist at Hamm Clinic. She received her doctorate of psychology from Saint Mary’s University and holds a master’s degree in clinical counseling. She provides individual and group therapy as well as psychological evaluations and assessment. Janet has over 15 years of experience in psychotherapy, crisis intervention, case management, and client advocacy. She provides client centered, strength based, and culturally responsive trauma-informed psychotherapy. She is skilled at working collaboratively with clients in improving overall mental health which includes proper diagnosis, symptom reduction, psychoeducation, and skill building. She is also well trained in providing a positive, supportive environment for self-exploration leading to greater self-awareness and overall improved wellness. She works collaboratively with clients and believes each client is the expert on their own life and life experiences.
Kimberly Glover , PsyD
Kimberly has a BA from Hampton University, an MA from the Georgia School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, and PsyD from the Florida School of Professional Psychology at National Louis University.
She is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow at Hamm Clinic, completing her clinical psychology training for licensure. Kimberly practices Psychodynamic/Interpersonal therapy; She aims to help people find patterns in their emotions, thoughts, and behaviors to gain insight into one’s current self. She believes in resolving interpersonal problems and symptomatic recovery in the context of client’s relationships.
Kim has special training and interest in psychological assessment, therapeutic assessment, psychodynamic psychotherapy, CBT interventions, trauma therapy, process and skills-based group psychotherapy, issues around racial/cultural identity, and personality disorders. Her previous experiences include: cognitive coaching for patients with dementia, college counseling, community/needs-based mental health treatment, psychosocial rehabilitation, psychometry, and published research on borderline personality disorder.
Jonathan Hawkinson , MD
Jonathan Hawkinson is a Therapy Trainee at Hamm Clinic. Jonathan completed medical training at the University of Minnesota and he is currently working as a psychiatric resident at Hennepin Health and Regions hospitals. Jonathan’s focus at Hamm Clinic is on individual psychodynamic psychotherapy.
Annelise Herskowitz , MSW, LICSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker / TRABAJADORA SOCIAL CLINICA LICENCIADA
Annelise Herskowitz, MSW, LICSW is a bilingual clinical social worker with over 5 years of experience providing individual, group, and couples therapy. Ms. Herskowitz completed her MSW at Boston University where she was awarded the Herbert S. Strean Memorial Prize for Outstanding Merit in Psychodynamically-Oriented Clinical Practice. Prior to relocating to Minnesota, Ms. Herskowitz worked as a staff psychotherapist for three years at the NYU Langone Family Health Centers. In this role, Ms. Herskowitz specialized in providing culturally responsive psychotherapy in English and Spanish in the predominantly Latinx immigrant neighborhood of Sunset Park, Brooklyn, NY. Ms. Herskowitz has a passion for blending cognitive behavioral and psychodynamic approaches to psychotherapy to help her clients obtain symptom relief while working towards lasting change. Ms. Herskowitz has extensive experience working with survivors of domestic violence, childhood trauma, relationship and family issues, and life transitions. Ms. Herskowitz believes in the dignity and self-determination of all clients inclusive of all expressions of gender, sexuality, and relationship models.
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Annelise Herskowitz, MSW, LICSW es una trabajadora social clínica bilingüe que cuenta con más de 5 años de experiencia proporcionando terapia individual, de grupo y de pareja. Annelise completó su MSW en Boston University, donde recibió el Premio Herbert S. Strean Memorial Prize por su Mérito Sobresaliente en la Práctica Clínica Psicodinámicamente Orientada. Antes de mudarse a Minnesota, Herskowitz trabajó como psicoterapeuta de planta durante tres años en NYU Langone Family Health Centers. Mientras trabajaba allí se especializó en ofrecer un tipo de psicoterapia en español y en inglés, que tenía en cuenta las diferencias culturales; su trabajo se centró en el vecindario de Sunset Park, Brooklyn, Nueva York, compuesto principalmente por inmigrantes hispanos. La Srta. Herskowitz es una apasionada de las técnicas psicoterapéuticas de terapia cognitiva conductual y psicodinámica, las cuales usa para ayudar a que sus clientes reciban alivio sintomático a la vez que trabajan para lograr cambios duraderos. Annelise tiene amplia experiencia trabajando con supervivientes de violencia doméstica, trauma infantil, relaciones y problemas familiares y cambios de vida. La señora Herskowitz cree en la dignidad y autodeterminación de todos sus clientes sin importar su género, sexualidad y modelos de relación.
Bud Ingram-Lile , MD
Director of Psychiatry
Bud Ingram-Lile, MD, FASAM is Hamm Clinic’s Director of Psychiatry. He attended Baylor University for his undergraduate degree (86-90) and then UTHSC-Houston for med school (90-94).
Bud provides integrated psychiatric care for clients in therapy at Hamm Clinic. He shares experience and knowledge with leadership teammates in order to help Hamm continue to achieve its goals.
Bud sees psychiatry as a set of partnerships. First and foremost, he partners with the client to make treatment decisions; Bud does his best to provide knowledge and facilitate the client’s making intentional medication choices. Second, Bud partners with the therapists in the clinic to ensure our clients get the best care possible. He is double boarded in psychiatry and addiction medicine. Bud has worked in several different settings, from academic to non-profit to for-profit entities and from intensive inpatient services to outpatient psychiatry. He has held multiple leadership positions in his career as well. His interests include travel, photography, live music.
Susan Jasko , MSW, LICSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Asylum Assessment Coordinator
Susan Jasko, LICSW holds an MSW degree from Fordham University. She completed an intensive three-year program at the National Institute for Psychotherapies in New York City with a specialization in psychoanalytic psychotherapy with children and adolescents. She is a psychotherapist and supervisor at Hamm Clinic, where she coordinates documentation services for clients seeking assistance with immigration issues. Ms. Jasko has thirty years of clinical experience with children, adults and families. Prior to the Hamm Clinic she worked for nine years at the Center for Victims of Torture, providing diagnostic evaluation and treatment services to clients, and clinical supervision of staff.
Ms. Jasko is a Community Faculty Member at the University of Minnesota School of Social Work, where she teaches Family Therapy. She regularly presents on topics related to trauma at various agencies in the Twin Cities, and trains federal asylum officers to prepare them to interview torture survivors. Ms. Jasko is licensed by the Minnesota Board of Social Work as a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker.
“I continue to learn from my clients. I am convinced of the resiliency of the human spirit, and a trusting therapeutic relationship can foster healing and growth at any stage of life. By working together, change is possible.”
Ivy Johnson , MSW, LGSW
Licensed Graduate Social Worker
Ivy Johnson (she/her/s) is a staff therapist who primarily provides individual and group therapy at Hamm Clinic. She received a bachelor’s degree in Family Social Science and a master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. Ivy completed a clinical social work fellowship at Hamm Clinic and has over four years of combined experience providing psychotherapy, groups facilitation, client advocacy, crisis intervention, and school social work. She believes that change and healing happen in relationships through collaboration, curiosity, compassion, and humility. She holds a non-judgmental and warm space for clients to share their stories as they feel ready. Ivy strives to integrate an anti-racist/anti-oppressive cultural lens into all client services and engages in continuous critical examination of her own identities.
Ivy has experience working with survivors of abuse, complex trauma, domestic violence, and family violence, as well as those processing through depression, anxiety, PTSD, relational and family conflict, grief, and loss. Ivy believes that no one heals in isolation and trauma thrives in silence. She is incredibly passionate about group work and believes in the power of healing through shared experiences. Ivy has training in Narrative Exposure Therapy, Contemporary Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, and Trauma-Responsive interventions. She welcomes all gender identities, racial identities, religions, sexual orientations, and ages to her practice.
Angela Lewis-Dmello , MSW, LICSW
Angela is the Executive Director at Hamm Memorial Psychiatric Clinic. She received a bachelor’s degree in global studies and a master’s degree in social work from the University of Minnesota. Hamm Clinic offers integrated, collaborative, culturally responsive mental health care for a range of clients through a psychodynamic intervention model in a community mental health setting. Angela has a background in program development and evaluation, clinical training and supervision, and conducting trauma treatment research through the Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR) model.
Angela previously worked as the Family Services Director at CornerHouse – Interagency Child Abuse Evaluation Center and Director of Client Services at Domestic Abuse Project, in addition to a variety of roles providing trauma therapy. She has experience providing trainings and workshops on a variety of topics related to trauma and interpersonal violence, as well as leadership and supervision locally, regionally, and nationally. Angela has been a Community Adjunct Faculty member at the University of Minnesota School of Social Work teaching graduate social work courses since 2012. Angela is a board member for the National Association of Social Workers, Minnesota Chapter.
Leydi Lopez Rosales , MSW, LGSW
Contract Therapist / TERAPEUTA CONTRATADA
Leydi Lopez Rosales is a bilingual contract therapist at Hamm Clinic. She earned her MSW at the University of Saint Thomas and her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Spanish from the University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire. Leydi
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Leydi López Rosales es una terapeuta contratada bilingüe en Hamm Clinic. Leydi estudió su MSW en la Universidad de Saint Thomas y obtuvo su licenciatura en Psicología y Español en la Universidad de Wisconsin- Eau Claire. Leydi codirige el grupo de estrés y ansiedad para mujeres hablantes de español y también trata a un número pequeño de clientes individuales. Cree en el poder de las experiencias compartidas y la curación en grupo.
Tabitha Maxfield , MSW, LGSW
Clinical Social Work Fellow
Tabitha Maxfield is a Social Work Fellow at Hamm Clinic. Tabitha obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Human Services from Metropolitan State University and her master’s degree in Clinical Social Work from the University of St. Thomas. Tabitha loves providing a safe, supportive, and non-judgmental space for people to explore themselves and heal. Her special interests include anxiety disorders, depression, interpersonal issues, trauma and PTSD, racial/cultural identity, schizophrenia, and psychotic disorders. She uses a variety of approaches, including psychodynamic theory, attachment, strengths, and empowerment perspectives. As an African American woman, Tabitha believes that it is important to acknowledge the complexities that come with developing your identity and how the environment you come from impacts how you choose to express that identity. Tabitha welcomes all bodies, religions, spiritualities and LGBTQIA+ folks to her practice.
Tabitha has experience with working with individuals with co-occurring chemical and mental health diagnoses. In addition to completing an internship as a psychotherapist with Hamm Clinic, Tabitha also interned with Hennepin County’s transitional age young adult team, where she worked with individuals experiencing their first episode of psychosis and who were placed on a mental health civil commitment.
Connor Molloy , MSW, LGSW
Clinical Social Work Fellow
Connor Molloy is a Social Work Fellow at Hamm Clinic and serves as an individual and group therapist. He received his MPP and MSW from the University of Minnesota. Connor believes that change happens through relationship, and he works to engage with clients through transparency, humility, and empathy. Connor is trained in Narrative Exposure Therapy. He is interested in working with those who have experienced trauma, child abuse, domestic violence, and those managing and processing depression, anxiety, and PTSD. Connor is also interested in working with clients to explore how race impacts our experience of the world, working with first and second generation immigrants as well as asylum seekers, and working with clients toward a better understanding our relationship and attachment styles. Connor has previous experience in youthwork, journalism, and immigration.
Kyle Murray , MSW, LICSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Kyle Murray (she/her/hers) is a staff therapist at Hamm Clinic who primarily provides individual and group therapy. Kyle serves as a coordinator for the Training Program at Hamm. She earned a Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work from University of St. Thomas/St. Catherine University (St. Paul, MN); she has BA in Sociology and French from Westmont College (Santa Barbara, CA).
Kyle brings an integrative, relational, collaborative, narrative, and whole person care approach to clinical work. She aims to create a warm, welcoming, non-judgmental and compassionate environment. She believes you are the expert on your life, and knows it takes courage and time to tell your story. She believes change, healing, and growth are possible through an authentic relationship with a supportive therapist. Kyle strives to bring an anti-oppressive and ecological (person-in-environment) approach to her work. Kyle has special interest in: grief, loss, and life transitions, end of life care, poetry therapy, spirituality, mindfulness, and the connections between the body and emotions. Kyle has training in: Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, Motivational Interviewing, Introductory Level Workshops in Clinical Hypnosis, and Trauma Treatment Interventions.
Yvonne Nobles , PsyD, LP
Psychologist / Psicóloga
Yvonne Nobles, Staff Psychologist at Hamm Clinic, received her doctorate from the University of St. Thomas in 2000. In her 20 years at the clinic, she has worked with individuals, couples, families, and groups from various racial, social, and economic backgrounds with diverse mental health issues. She is also involved in training and supervising new trainees. Dr. Nobles believes that change occurs within a safe therapeutic relationship and focuses on creating that environment in her work. She values a collaborative approach, where the client and the therapist work together to discover answers to the challenges the client is facing. Dr. Nobles believes that her client’s family and cultural background are important elements to understanding the whole person and the impact of the past on the present issues. The daughter of immigrant parents and a native Spanish speaker, Dr. Nobles enjoys helping immigrants and their families discover ways of adapting to their new environment and mourning the losses of their former lives to make room for a new and healthy way of life.
Rosemary O’Brien , PsyD, LP
APA Program & Assessment Program Supervisor
Rosie O’Brien is a Clinical Psychologist and Supervisor at Hamm Clinic. She is a Member of the Psychology Training Committee and Cultural Responsiveness Committee. Rosie earned her MA at St. Mary’s University, and her PsyD at the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology. Rosie provides psychodynamically and relationally informed therapy to individuals and works from an emotional focused and Gottman informed perspective with couples. She provides supervision to trainees in our training program and is currently supervising two post-doctoral candidates.
Rosie thinks the way humans develop and function reflects their experience with early relationships with significant others, and other individual, intergenerational, and cultural factors. Through exploration and reflection, she works to provide a safe and supportive environment in which the client and she can collaborate in deepening the client’s understanding of who they are and what they are experiencing. Rosie works to increase clients’ understanding of how they relate to themselves and to others. Her approach to therapy focuses beyond symptom relief and seeks to increase the ability to cope and develop resources that support new ways of being and relating outside the therapy office. She thinks that therapeutic change happens in the presence of a relatively unconditionally accepting presence of an interactive and interpreting other. Rosie also realizes that we are all cultural beings and as such individual change cannot be separated from how the culture to which an individual belongs changes.
Rosie has special training and/or interest in: grief and loss, anxiety, depression, couples, mindfulness, interpersonal neurobiology, relational work, trauma, and group therapy. Rosie is committed to working from an anti-oppressive framework, understanding the impact of her identities on the clinical relationship, and maintaining cultural humility. Rosie has been licensed since 1998 and has worked in various mental health settings including in-home, community mental health, college counseling and private practice.