Psychologists


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Christopher J. Ketchman, Psy.D., ABPP

Christopher J. Ketchman, Psy.D., ABPP, is board certified in Clinical Psychology from the American Board of Professional Psychology, and has expertise in cognitive behavioral intervention for a multitude of mental health conditions.  He completed his doctorate degree from Nova Southeastern University in 2004, and was subsequently licensed to practice psychology in the state of North Carolina.  Dr. Ketchman has specialized training in the treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Depression, as well as completed a specialization track in his doctoral program in forensic psychology.  He has served as the Operation Iraqi Freedom/ Operation Enduring Freedom clinical coordinator at the Fayetteville VA Medical Center, and was also a contract psychologist working with active duty soldiers during his tenure at Womack Army Medical Center.  Dr. Ketchman is currently a partner at the Haymount Institute for Psychological Services, with three locations serving Fayetteville, Hope Mills, and Raeford North Carolina.  He established the Haymount Institute for Psychological Assessment in January of 2008, and has since developed a full-service testing center, which serves a broad spectrum of psychological testing needs in the community.  Dr. Ketchman’s testing repertoire includes assessment of learning disabilities, intelligence, personality, autism/pervasive developmental disorders, ADHD, neuropsychological screenings, forensic evaluations, and pre-surgical evaluations for individuals planning to undergo Gastric Bypass, Spinal Cord Stimulator, Sexual Reassignment, and other surgeries.  More recent endeavors include the provision of forensic psychological evaluations for the local court system, and he continues to expand the clinical services of the practice by seeking out and meeting the diverse needs of the community.  In addition to the aforementioned duties, Dr. Ketchman serves at the Director of Clinical Training for doctoral and master’s degree eligible students, having established the Haymount Institute as an internship site in psychological assessment for individuals from various local universities in June of 2007.  Since it’s inception, the Haymount Institute has become a nationally recognized pre-doctoral internship site for graduate students nationwide by the Association of Psychology Post Doctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC), making it one of the first private practice establishments in the area to earn this distinction.  The institute is also in the process of receiving local endorsement to provide various much needed specialty services in the area.

 



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Monique Miller, Psy.D.

 

R. Monique Miller, Psy.D. is a licensed psychologist with expertise in cognitive behavioral intervention for a multitude of mental health conditions. She earned her Master’s and Doctorate degrees in Clinical Psychology from Argosy University, Atlanta in 2004, and was subsequently licensed to practice psychology in the state of North Carolina. Dr. Miller has worked with children, adolescents, adults, and families in a variety of settings to include residential treatment facilities, community mental health clinics, private practice, and military settings. She has received specialized training in the treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Depression, especially for serving the military population.

She has also worked as a psychologist providing treatment to active duty soldiers during her tenure at Pope AFB Life Skills Clinic and Womack Army Medical Center. In addition, she served as a supervisor for the post-doctoral residents at the Womack Army Medical Center Clinical and Operational Psychology Residency (COPR) program. Dr. Miller’s testing repertoire includes assessment of mood and anxiety disorders, ADHD, learning disabilities, intelligence, behavioral disorders, personality, and autism spectrum disorders. In addition to providing psychologist evaluation, she serves a supervisor for doctoral degree eligible students. Dr. Miller currently provides psychological testing at the Raeford office.

 


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Suzanna Fletcher, Psy.D.

Dr. Suzanna Fletcher is a psychologist who specializes in psychological testing and the treatment of autism spectrum disorders (ASDs), Nonverbal Learning Disorder (NLD or NLVD), Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder, and related disorders.

Dr. Fletcher is the Director of Autism Spectrum Clinic at the Haymount Institute for Psychological Services. The Autism Spectrum Clinic offers the following services for individuals with suspected or diagnosed autism spectrum disorders and related disorders: diagnostic assessments, service plans, individual treatment, family treatment, groups, trainings, consultations, parent advocacy. The clinic utilizes a family focused, strengths based approach to all services offered.

 


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Cheryl A Carr, LPA

Cheryl Carr , MA, LPA is a Licensed Psychological Associate (LPA) through the NC Psychology Board.  She obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Iowa in 2003.  She went on to receive a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Fayetteville State University in Fayetteville, NC in 2007.  Cheryl has three year’s experience working with children and adolescents in residential treatment facilities.  She began working for The Haymount Institute in January 2008 as a psychometric assistant for Dr. Christopher Ketchman Psy. D. conducting demographic interviews and completing psychological testing.  She became a Licensed Psychological Associate in 2009 and continues to be employed with The Haymount Institute.  Her areas of practice primarily include psychological evaluations for diagnostic clarification and to inform treatment.

 


 

Kellea Stone, Psy.D.

Kellea E. Stone, Psy.D. is a licensed psychologist who earned her Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology and her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Adler University in Chicago, IL. The training and education she received through Adler University emphasized the importance of being a socially responsible practitioner and advocating for change in the social conditions which affect the health and well-being of her clients. Dr. Stone has been working with children, adolescents, adults, and their families for over ten years in a wide range of settings, including community mental health facilities, juvenile detention centers, and private practice. She has experience utilizing psychological assessment for the diagnosis of ADHD, mood disorders, behavioral issues, personality disorders, learning difficulties, as well as Autism Spectrum Disorder or other developmental concerns. Additionally, she has been involved with providing fitness-for-duty evaluations and pre-employment screenings for law enforcement personnel as well as providing services for juvenile offenders and their families. Dr. Stone serves as the Clinical Training Coordinator for the Haymount Institute doctoral internship training program and she currently provides psychological testing at the Fayetteville office.

 


 

Ursula Grant, Psy.D

Dr. Grant is a North Carolina Licensed Psychologist who specializes in psychological evaluations, including assessment of learning disabilities, intelligence/cognitive functioning, autism/pervasive developmental disorders, personality, Attention- Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and neuropsychological screening. She has worked with clients from the ages of 4-years-old to 90+ with a broad spectrum of mental disorders, including co-occurring and dual-diagnosis cases. She has completed clinical training in various areas, including inpatient psychiatric adult stabilization unit(s), court-order substance abuse counseling, batterer’s intervention and anger management counseling, neuropsychological testing, and community mental health. Dr. Grant has received education and training in a wide range of theoretical orientations and treatment modalities, but specializes in cognitive- behavioral, existential, and feminist therapies. She received her B.A. degree in 2004 from Florida Atlantic University in Psychology with a minor in Criminal Justice. Dr. Grant also completed two M.S. degrees in 2010 and 2013 from Nova Southeastern University in Mental Health Counseling and Clinical Psychology. She subsequently completed her Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology in 2015 from Nova Southeastern University, including involvement in the forensic psychology track. Dr. Grant currently provides psychological testing at the Fayetteville office and provides supervision for General Track Doctoral Interns during their eight-month rotation in that location.


Laura Brown, Psy.D.


Laura Brown, Psy.D., is a licensed psychologist who earned her Master’s degree through Bellevue University in 2011 and her Doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology from Adler University in 2016. She has over ten years experience working with children and adults in a variety of settings, including inpatient, private practice, correctional institutions, and residential treatment facilities. She has experience applying psychological assessment for the purposes of diagnostic clarification to inform treatment, as well as completing pre-employment, fitness-for-duty, and forensic evaluations.


 

Kaitlin Cowan, Ph.D.

Kaitlin earned her B.A. in Music with a minor in psychology from the University of Indianapolis in Indianapolis, Indiana. She then graduated from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, earning a Ph.D. in School Psychology and a Certificate in Autism. She completed her doctoral internship and postdoctoral residency at the Haymount Institute. Kaitlin specializes in the diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder. Additionally, she has experience in the assessment of behavioral disorder, mood disorders, ADHD, learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities, and other related disorders.


Joanne Youngblood, M.A.


Joanne Youngblood is the lead psychometrician at The Haymount Institute. She has been employed in this capacity since 2013, after receiving her M.A. in Counseling Psychology from Fayetteville State University. Prior to that she recieved her B.S. in Psychology and Sociology from North Carolina Wesleyan College.


Amara Gore, B.A.


She started at the Haymount Institute in October 2015 as an Administrative Assistant. In January 2016 she transitioned to a Psychometric Assistant. Amara graduated from Fayetteville State University in 2013 with a Bachelors of Science in Psychology, and is currently working towards a Master’s in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing & Leadership. After she completes her MBA, she plans to pursue a doctorates in Clinical Psychology. In her free time she likes to watch Netflix series, do crossword puzzles, and hang out with family and friends.-Phillipians 4:13-


 

Laura Savage, M.Ed.

Laura Savage, M.Ed. earned her undergraduate degree from Central Michigan University, and her graduate degree in Education (Counseling and Psychology) from Troy University. She is a Psychometric Technician at the Autism Spectrum Disorder Clinic in Hope Mills. She has a strong military background as the spouse of a retired service member. Laura has many years of experience with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and developmental disabilities. She is also experienced in working with mental health disorders. She formerly was an Autism Specialist with the UNC TEACCH Autism Program for several years where she gained a strong background in diagnostic evaluations, treatment and consultation. Laura has previously worked in supported employment and supported living programs for individuals with disabilities, as well as directing a day program for adults with ASD. She has served as a social worker in a nursing home. She also worked with the EFMP program on Ft. Bragg. More recently, Laura was a Psychometric Technician and Psychiatric Intake Specialist with Coastal Carolina Neuropsychiatric Center where she gained experience with the Telemedicine Program.


 

Hannah Albers, BA

Hannah Albers received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Studio Art from Vanderbilt University in 2018. She started as a psychometric assistant at Haymount Institute in July 2018. In her free time, Hannah enjoys hiking, reading, and pottery.


 

Chris Funk, M.A.

Christopher A. Funk, M.A. is a clinical intern at the Haymount Institute. He received his B.A. in Psychology in 2012 from Illinois State University in Normal, Illinois. He moved to Atlanta, Georgia in 2012 where he began his doctoral studies at the Georgia School of Professional Psychology (GSPP) in Atlanta, Georgia. Chris has worked in a variety of clinical settings and began working in the field as a staff member at a children’s residential treatment center. His doctoral training includes therapy practica within a college counseling center in addition to working within an intensive outpatient treatment program for severe and persistent mental illness. Chris regards his experiences in college counseling highly and he enjoyed providing outreach and psychoeducation to the campus community including students and faculty about depression and suicide awareness. Chris is also passionate about working with veterans and service members to support them in their transition to civilian life.

 


 

Peggy ‘Sunny’ Andersen, Ed.S.

Peggy “Sunny” Andersen, Ed.S., is a clinical intern at the Haymount Institute and is a licensed school psychologist in the state of Oregon for grades K – 12.  She received a B.A. degree in Management and Organizational Leadership in 2001 at George Fox University, in Portland, Oregon.  She subsequently earned her Ed.S. degree in School Psychology, with specialized training in Trauma Response through George Fox University, in 2012.  Ms. Andersen is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in clinical psychology with an emphasis in pediatric neuropsychology through the Pacific University School of Graduate Psychology, in Oregon.  She has developed neuropsychological, psychodiagnostic, and psychoeducational assessment skills as well as experience in individual and couples counseling in a variety of settings including community mental health clinics, hospitals, and public schools.  Current areas of interest include investigating current methods of identification of ADHD subtypes, as well as developing effective treatment protocols and assessment tools for diverse populations. Ms. Andersen works from a strength-based perspective and understands the influence that environment can have on cognitive and emotional functioning, thoughts, and perceptions.  Her goal is to provide treatment and recommendations that are applicable to the client’s culture and environment to ensure successful implementation of interventions, resulting in better overall outcomes.

 


Chris Moylan, M.S.

Christopher Moylan, M.S., is a clinical intern at the Haymount Institute. He received his B.A. in Psychology with a focus on Clinical and Counseling psychology in 2014 from Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland. He moved to Fort Lauderdale, Florida in 2014 where he began his doctoral studies in Clinical Psychology at Nova Southeastern University where he specialized in working with children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Christopher began working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, as well as significant behavioral difficulties, at Ramapo for Children, a summer camp in Rhinebeck, NY the summer of 2013. Christopher has extensive experience in the assessment and treatment of ASD, mood disorders, learning disorders, and behavior disorders in children and adolescence.

 

Kathryn Miller, MSW

Kathryn earned her B.A. in Geography with a minor in Environmental Studies from the University of South Carolina. She then went on to earn her master’s in social work at the University of South Carolina. Kathryn gained experience as in Applied Behavioral Analysis and working with children with autism in South Carolina. She is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in School Psychology at the University of North Carolina. During her time at UNC, she gained experience in neurodevelopmental disabilities and behavioral treatment in children with autism, including the Early Start Denver Model. Kathryn’s research is focused on caregiver burden in parents of children with autism in high school.

Candace Patterson, B.A.

Candace Patterson received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Spanish from the University of North Carolina Wilmington in 2017. She is currently working towards a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at  Campbell University. She started as a Psychometric Assistant at Haymount Institute in September 2018. In her free time, Candace enjoys watching Netflix, reading, and traveling.

Rachel Wittig, B.S.

Rachel Wittig received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Erskine College in 2018. She is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at UNC Pembroke. She started as a Psychometric Assistant in August 2018. In her free time, Rachel knits, reads and watches movies.

 

Susan Gaylord, MSW

Susie is a retired social worker with extensive experience in the field of autism. She obtained her Masters Degrees in Social Work and Public Health from Tulane University in the mid-1980s. She was introduced to autism when her son was diagnosed with ASD in 1993.  Susie worked at the Fayetteville TEACCH Center as a psychoeducational therapist and later worked at the Autism Society of North Carolina in a variety of capacities.  She obtained her LCSW in 2009 and worked at Cardinal Clinic and Lighthouse Counseling as a therapist specializing in diagnosing and treating individuals with autism.  Susie retired in 2015 after 30 years of practicing social work, but is happy to get back into the field again joining Haymount Institute’s team of psychometric technicians.