Julia Lesselyong, PsyD, is a clinical psychologist whose focus is on the assessment and treatment of older adults and persons with traumatic brain injuries. She received her doctorate in psychology from the University of the Rockies and interned at the Institute on Aging in San Francisco. She has done extensive consultation in LTC settings and has served as the Clinical Director for a number of LTC programs for individuals with dementia and major behavior problems. She also has expertise in neuropsychology with an emphasis on dementia and other types of cognitive impairment.
Lauri Yablick, PhD, MSCP, is a clinical psychologist who is licensed in the states of Arizona and New Mexico, having practiced in Arizona for over 25 years. She completed her doctorate in psychology through the Clinical Aging tract at Washington University. Her professional interests and expertise include neuropsychology, geropsychology, behavioral interventions and rehabilitation psychology for individuals with dementia, disabilities, and serious medical concerns.
Prima Martin, BSW, has been in the health care field in Arizona for over 25 years. She has worked as a staff social worker in hospitals, hospices, and LTC facilities, the Director of Social Services of SNFs, and in high-level management positions with LTC companies operating in Arizona. She is a skilled behavior specialist with a focus on program development and staff training. She serves as InteGer’s clinical liaison to ALTCS, insurance plans, and the Arizona Department of Health Services.
Pamela Burgoyne, LCSW, is an Arizona licensed social worker who has worked in the field of geriatric psychiatry for over 25 years. She has done counseling, psychiatric follow-up, staff training, and behavioral work. For over ten years she served as a support group facilitator for the Desert Southwest chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association.