Our Team

Tracy Carmody, MS, LMHC, NCC, CASAC-MC

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Tracy specializes in the treatment of addiction & co-occurring mental health disorders, trauma, & obsessive compulsive disorder. The clinical team at Paths To Recovery Mental Health Counseling is highly trained to offer additional specialty services for a variety of needs, including services for maternal mental health and to the LGBTQIA+ population. Tracy works with individuals to address addiction and behavioral health concerns. She is experienced in helping individuals with a wide range of issues, including bipolar, depression, anxiety, OCD, major life transitions, trauma, grief, relationship stress, all areas of addiction, including support in coping with a loved one’s addiction. In addition, she provides drug and alcohol use assessment services, ranging from assessing a potential problem to the need for a higher level of care. Tracy’s treatment approaches are person-centered and eclectic, supporting all recovery options to focus on the clients’ unique needs. She is licensed to serve New York and Vermont.

Tracy also is a proud member of the Greater Baldwinsville Chamber of Commerce.

Clinicians

Cody Bowser, LMHC, CCTP II

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Bio

Cody serves as PTR’s Senior Staff Clinician. In this role, he focuses on supporting the growth of both clients and staff members, leveraging over six years of experience as a clinician in the mental health field.

Cody utilizes an eclectic approach focusing on person-centered care. He has also utilized Narrative and Gestalt therapy techniques to help clients process grief, build positive self-esteem, and understand and advocate for their needs. Cody meets with clients virtually and in person at PTR’s Baldwinsville location. He has experience working with couples and families to adjust to changes and build on effective communication. It is important to Cody as a therapist to provide his clients with a safe and welcoming, non-judgmental space, offering a comfortable and confidential setting to explore and support options for wellness.

Areas of Practice:

Cody is an experienced clinician working with those with addictions, anxiety, depression, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and marriage and relationship issues. Cody works with the LGBTQIA+ community in support and access to Gender Affirming Care. He is licensed to serve New York and Vermont.

Fun Facts:

Collector of unique coffee mugs, parent of fur babies and a young child.

Stephanie Cawley, LMHC

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Stephanie joined PTR as a clinician in 2022, building on over five years of experience in the field. While offering adolescent, adult, couples, family, and group therapy, she is known as PTR’s eating disorder treatment specialist, supporting the team while providing this therapeutic service to our community, but also supporting clients in a variety of additional capacities. 

Stephanie utilizes many modalities of therapy, including Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR), Bilateral-Stimulation, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Internal Family Systems (IFS), and Dialectical and Behavioral Therapy (DBT). Stephanie builds rapport with clients through a compassionate and curious approach focused on individual needs. She meets with clients virtually and in person at PTR’s Baldwinsville Office.

Areas of Practice:

Stephanie offers PTR’s Eating Disorder Recovery group. She also supports clients experiencing anxiety, depression, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, marriage/relationship issues, and addiction/substance use disorders. 

Fun Facts:

Proud owner of one dog and three cats, all with interesting names inspired by beloved fictional characters. Mother of a small human and an avid reader of fantasy and historical fiction.

Bio

Joleyne is a Limited Permit Mental Health Counselor who joined PTR in July 2023. She works with adults and adolescents ages 12+ in a collaborative manner focusing on physical and mental health, support in removing barriers to academic success, building upon coping skills, and treating the person holistically. 

Her most recent certifications involve trauma studies, interest in supporting those coping with grief, and counseling in all areas for adolescents. Joleyne’s approach to care is rooted in Mindful Self-Compassion, Trauma Informed Care, and Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (APIST), and she continues to develop her skills and interests under the supervision of Stephanie Cawley, LMHC.

Areas of Practice:

Joleyne passionately seeks ways to improve the lives of her clients with a history of trauma. She has a particular interest in treating those impacted by grief. Utilizing a present-focused approach to trauma and loss, we can treat difficult symptoms without rehashing the trauma that occurred.

Fun Facts:

Loves to bake cookies and is encouraged by many to start a baking business.

An intense love of French fries.

A bookworm, evidenced by books in every corner of her house.

Grad school had poetry published in 3 separate anthologies.

Lyndsey Creed MHC-LP

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Lyndsey is a Limited Permit Mental Health Counselor who joined PTR in January 2023. She works with adults and children ages 5+ and is working toward becoming a registered play therapist.

With a strong focus on holistic wellness and mindfulness-based practices, Lyndsey utilizes an integrative and individualized approach to care. Her experience includes utilizing Family & Systems Theory, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Person-Centered practices, and Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy. Her approach to counseling is to offer support to her clients on all paths to recovery and to partner with clients to further support goals of mental wellness and peace. 

Areas of Practice:

Lyndsey uses her experience to positively impact clients in the areas of women’s wellness, anxiety, depression, parenting, children and play therapy, life transition, self-esteem, couples counseling, and improving self-care.

Fun Facts:

Born and raised in New York City, and is a collector of rare and fine teas.

Bio

Practicing with genuineness and compassion to partner with you where you are. An eclectic but person centered approach, I support all paths to recovery including child centered play therapy for ages 3+, support for children, adolescents, and adults. Creating a therapeutic alliance that is welcoming and trusting, I can provide support in the areas of mood disorders, trauma, children impacted by substance use, fostering healthy homes for family, addressing behavioral concerns, grief, interpersonal relationships, and women’s wellness. I offer individual, group, and couples counseling.

Confident in a wide range of approaches to support your identified path to wellness. I am certified in Cognitive Processing Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. I also utilize ACT, CBT, emotion focused therapy, and child centered play therapy.
I am comfortable working with a diverse population. The relationship between therapist and client is paramount to change for benefit from the therapeutic process. Please feel free to reach out with questions before scheduling an appointment. It is important that you feel comfortable in working with me.

 

Stephanie Guglielmi MHC-LP

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Partnering with you to improve your thoughts, gain insight, manage wellness, and heal trauma. Offering support in creating systems, or setting boundaries that support sustainable thought patterns, more consistent with happiness. Utilizing an eclectic, person centered approach including CBT, Mindfulness based practices, motivational interviewing, & more.

Affiliates

Amy Mack, LCSW, RPT

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Elizabeth E McCarthy, NCC, LMHC

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Accepting new clients in January 2024. As an experienced clinician, I am comfortable supporting clients with a variety of concerns. Working collaboratively, we will address and explore symptoms of depression, anxiety, trauma, overuse of alcohol, women’s wellness, life transition, interpersonal relationship challenges, and family support needs. I work with adolescents and adults in a supportive environment, using a cognitive behavioral, solution-focused approach. Thank you for the opportunity to support you in creating the change and personal growth that you’re seeking. I look forward to working with you.