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Mar 14, 2021 04:23 PM

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Carmen M. Tumialan Lynas, Ph.D.
Director of Adventure Camp Intensive Treatment for Selective Mutism @Advanced Therapeutic Solutions for Anxiety
Dr. Lynas is a clinical psychologist and anxiety specialist who values and implements evidence-based treatments in her practice, and enjoys spreading awareness and education about anxiety. She received her doctorate in clinical psychology from Palo Alto University in CA, completed her clinical internship at Northwestern University Medical School’s Stone Institute of Psychiatry, and her post-doctoral fellowship at Shared Vision Psychological Services, treating both children and adults. Motivated by her passion to help children and families coping with selective mutism, Dr. Lynas founded Advanced Therapeutic Solutions, which houses the Selective Mutism Program and aims to provide appropriate and effective selective mutism treatment. With the launch of Adventure Camp in 2011, Dr. Lynas became the first in the nation to replicate Dr. Steven Kurtz’s Brave Buddies Selective Mutism intensive program, making this innovative treatment available in the Chicago area for the first time.
Kelsie Hoshell, M.S.
Intake Coordinator @Advanced Therapeutic Solutions for Anxiety
Kelsie is the caring voice you hear when you call ATSA! Kelsie earned her Master’s degree in Developmental Psychology from Illinois State University. At ATSA, Kelsie conducts phone intakes and manages the flow of new referrals, including answering questions about insurance, guiding families through the insurance process, and guiding new and current patients towards successful treatment plans, including outreach to schools. She also helps with coordinating daily activities for ATSA camps (Adventure Camps and Winter Adventures) as well as group therapies.