Ashley Milspaw, Psy. D.

Clinical Director, Licensed Psychologist
  • Chestnut Hill College, Clinical Psychology (MS, PsyD)
  • St. Joseph’s University (BS)

Dr. Milspaw graduated with her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Chestnut Hill College, in Philadelphia, PA.  Her theoretical orientation consists of a complementary blend of psychodynamic and systems theories.  Multicultural competence highly influences her clinical practice and case conceptualization.  Dr. Milspaw values diversity and continually seeks to enhance her self-growth, competence, and knowledge of others different from herself.  As a multi-cultural therapist, Dr. Milspaw has training and experience working with diverse populations. Her dissertation examined the use of humor across cultures with health professionals.

Dr. Milspaw is proficient in case conceptualization and thoroughly enjoys personality assessment.  She conducts diagnostic evaluations and assessments for the Court. Dr. Milspaw believes that the proper diagnosis and identification of core issues is crucial to appropriate treatment.  She also provides a variety of other clinical services, including psychotherapy, family therapy, parent coaching, therapeutic supervised visitation, and consultation for clinicians and attorneys.  Dr. Milspaw approaches her clients holistically, as a healthy mind, body, and relationships provide a secure foundation for mental health.

Dr. Milspaw is active in the Pennsylvania Psychological Association (PPA) and is on PPA’s Child Custody and Forensic Committees. She also sat on the Pennsylvania Taskforce on Supervised Visitation. Her experience working with the forensic population includes conducting custody evaluations, risk assessments, drug and alcohol evaluations, co-parenting and court-ordered counseling.

Sherice R. Pollard, MS

Independently Contracted Clinician

Sherice Pollard is a Doctoral student in Clinical Psychology seeking a PsyD degree from Capella University.
Sherice maintains flexible hours to accommodate client’s varying schedules where she works with children,
adolescents, and adults in individual, couple, and reunification sessions. Sherice administers intellectual,
psychological, and forensic evaluations.

Sherice’s clinical experience includes the following areas:

  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Bipolar Disorders
  • Coparenting Conflict
  • Couple’s Conflict
  • Mood Disorders
  • Reunification
  • Self-Image and Self-Esteem Issues
  • Suicide Assessment and Risk Reduction
  • Trauma and Abuse