About Dr. Aviva Gaskill
Dr. Gaskill has worked with children, adults and older adults in various settings including inpatient, partial, residential, outpatient programs, sub-acute rehabilitation, long-term care, university counseling, primary care, Veterans Affairs centers, as well as in private practice. She has extensive experience helping individuals cope with acute, terminal, and chronic medical problems including cancer, pain, insomnia, Parkinsons and multiple sclerosis as well as others.
Dr. Gaskill is a graduate of the New York State Psychological Association's Leadership Institute. She previously served on the board of the Westchester Group Psychotherapy Society and is an active member and volunteer in the American Group Psychotherapy Association and Pennsylvania Psychological Association. She is a designated Partner in MS Care from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
She enjoys most active and outdoor activities, yoga, painting, and spending time with friends and family.
One of her greatest joys is her work as a psychologist. Dr. Gaskill is not a blank slate therapist. She believes that helping you feel better needs to be an ongoing conversation about your goals. She believes that when you feel better, you live better.
Dr. Gaskill feels that everyone has a voice. Everyone has a reason that their point of view matters. When you feel like others are not listening to you, when you are facing a loss, when you are feeling alone in the world, someone needs to be there for you to truly hear what you have to say and help guide you through that difficult time. No one should suffer alone and in silence. Call now to connect with her.
About Dr. Ashley Borders
Dr. Borders received her PhD in Clinical Psychology at the University of Southern California in 2007. She is a licensed Clinical Psychologist in the state of PA. Dr. Borders has worked with adults and older adults in various setting including outpatient and inpatient programs, partial day units, university counseling centers, and Veterans Affairs hospitals. She has experience working with individuals and couples, as well as leading mindfulness-based therapy groups.
In addition to being a therapist, Dr. Borders is a professor of psychology at The College of New Jersey, where she has worked for 10 years. She teaches undergraduate courses in abnormal psychology, statistics, research methodology, maladaptive cognition, mindfulness, and sexual/gender minority mental health. She also conducts research on the causes and consequences of rumination, or repetitive thinking about negative experiences, particularly as it relates to members of minority groups coping with minority-related stressors. She has published over 20 articles in peer-reviewed journals and given approximately 50 presentations at psychology conferences.