Jenna M. Sumner, M.A., LPC
Jenna graduated from The University of Texas with an undergraduate degree in Chemistry and Psychology in 1989. After working in an environmental laboratory, she relocated to Michigan, Montreal and New Jersey with her family. Once settled in NJ, she completed a Master's in Clinical Psychology with a Concentration in Counseling from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 2003. Jenna founded and is currently the Program Director at The Cambridge Professional Center, LLC. As she often describes, “We need a place for families, children and adolescents who are newly diagnosed with illness to receive quality, professional counseling.” Jenna has been instrumental in developing a model for families that now involves a research study between Morristown Memorial-Goryeb Children’s Hospital-Dept. of Pediatric Gastroenterology and The Cambridge Professional Center, LLC. Jenna plans on continuing her education in Child Psychology and Family Systems. She has studied at The Ackerman Family Institute in NYC and participated in Child Play Therapy certifications.
Getchel Lubke, M.A., LPC
Getchel is a licensed professional counselor and divorce mediator who joined the Cambridge Professional Center in early 2008. She specializes in working with families who are dealing with the unique challenges surrounding marriage, divorce and blended families. Getchel has worked extensively with children and adolescents in both academic and counseling environments who are dealing with anxiety and other mental health concerns. Prior to joining Cambridge, she worked in a variety of school settings ranging from pre-school to high school. Getchel received her Master's Degree in Psychology with a Concentration in Counseling from Fairleigh Dickinson University and graduated from the University of Oregon with a degree in Philosophy. Getchel has also received extensive training at the Ackerman Institute for the Family in New York City and has studied the Gottman Method of couples counseling. She is a dedicated yoga practitioner and runner. She incorporates, health, mindfulness and meditation into her work with families and children.
Joshua Wood, M.A., LPC
Joshua joined the Cambridge Professional Center in February of 2008. He has previous clinical experience at the Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program at Morristown Memorial Hospital and at Daytop, a residential substance abuse facility. His areas of interest include chronic illness, family systems, the impact of expatriation on mental health and family systems, the dynamics of performance and the use of creativity to promote mental health. He is also Co-President of ExpatExchange.com, an online community that helps expatriates manage transitions from one country and culture to another. Joshua received his Master's Degree in Psychology with a Concentration in Counseling from Fairleigh Dickinson University and graduated from Syracuse University with a B.A. in English and Textual Studies.