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Mental Health Services Providers

Elizabeth KastelicElizabeth Kastelic, MD

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Everett Siegel, MD

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry

Everett Siegel is a staff psychiatrist at UHS.  Dr. Siegel earned his undergraduate degree at UC Berkeley, and his MD from Thomas Jefferson University, and his psychiatry residency at Johns Hopkins.  He also is a psychoanalyst, having received his training at the Baltimore Washington Center for Psychoanalysis.  He also is trained in ISTDP (intensive short-term dynamic therapy).  Prior to his current position, Dr. Siegel was an assistant professor in the department of psychiatry, and Dr. Siegel has worked at University Health since 1991.  His interests include psychopharmacology and psychodynamic psychotherapy, the problematic use of labels in mental health and methods for improving expertise in psychotherapy.

Paul Rivkin, MDPaul Rivkin, MD

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Paul Rivkin MD is a board-certified psychiatrist and member of the department of psychiatry at Johns Hopkins. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Chicago (mathematics) and master's degree from Wayne State University (mathematics). He received his medical degree from Wayne State University in 1993. Dr. Rivkin did his post-graduate psychiatry training at the Johns Hopkins Department of Psychiatry. He also completed a fellowship in the Division of Psychiatric Neuro-imaging at Johns Hopkins. He joined the faculty in the Department of Psychiatry as an assistant professor in 1998. 

Kathy KoskiKathy Koski, LCSW-C

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Kathy Koski, LCSW-C, is a graduate of The Johns Hopkins University.  She completed her graduate training at the Columbia University School of Social Work.  In clinical practice for over 20 years, Kathy has worked with children, adolescents, and adults.  She utilizes a number of trauma informed treatment approaches, including the following: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, and supportive therapy.  

Beth Surbeck, PhD

Licensed Psychologist

Dr. Surbeck is a Licensed Psychologist who joined the staff of UMH in 2012. She has served most of her career on the staff of various university counseling centers, including Bucknell University, Lehigh University, The Pennsylvania State University and Loyola University Maryland. While Dr. Surbeck treats a wide range of concerns, she specializes in treating anxiety disorders, particularly OCD. It is her privilege and joy to work with students. Dr. Surbeck earned her B.S in psychology at Juniata College and her M.S. in General/Experimental Psychology at Bucknell University. She received her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from The Pennsylvania State University. She is a member of the American Psychological Association, the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, the International OCD Foundation and the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies.

Roger Messick, LCSW-C

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Michal Tsemach, LCSW-C

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

For over 20 years I have had the privilege of providing psychotherapy to adults, offering compassion and clinical skills to help individuals reach their goals and nourish their lives. I earned my MSW in Clinical Social Work from The Catholic University of America and completed a post-graduate program of Psychodynamic Treatment for adults at The Baltimore Washington Psychoanalytic Institute. I have experience working in a variety of clinical settings including community psychiatry and social services, and I have been providing psychotherapy at UMH since 2007.

My approach is both interactive and supportive. The client-centered psychotherapy services I provide are tailored to meet the individual needs of my clients. I draw from a variety of theoretical orientations including psychodynamic (insight-oriented), cognitive behavioral (skills development) and relational treatment approaches. The psychotherapy that I offer focuses on not only treating the symptoms of mental illness and relational conflict but addressing the deep, underlying issues that give rise to these symptoms. I encourage my patients to actively explore how their internal lives affect both their behavior and their relationships, as well as their professional/academic experiences, in a warm, supportive, and non-judgmental therapeutic environment.