Tracy Bosis, LCSW
Tracy’s passion is using a faith-based approach to assist individuals and families who are struggling with depression, anxiety, adjustment disorders, and relationships. She works with issues related to foster care, adoption, and adolescence, including a special interest in eating disorders.
When she was a child, Tracy’s family cared for a foster child, which helps her understand the challenges that some foster families face. Drawing upon personal experience and professional training, she supports foster and adoptive families in building successful relationships.
She employs Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), which focuses on the importance of emotional connection as the basis for healthy loving relationships. Tracy also has training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Clinical Hypnosis. With all clients Tracy emphasizes the development of a resilient sense of self that is able to build healthy connections in relationships and is confident in using skills to cope with life stresses.
Tracy is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Master’s Degree from the University of Illinois, Chicago, Jane Addams College of Social Work. She has been married for 28 years and has three children. Tracy enjoys gardening, walking, reading, and traveling with her family.
Michele Fry, LPC
Since 2000, Michele has provided psychotherapy to clients covering a broad range of ages and mental health disorders including anxiety, depression, ADHD, adjustment disorders, co-dependency, grief, and trauma. She specializes in women’s issues, teens’ self-esteem, and relationships, as well as grief counseling. Michele uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Psychodynamic approaches to treat mental health and life transition issues. She favors CBT primarily, but also utilizes the Family Systems approach.
Michele is a Licensed Professional Counselor and is working on becoming a certified trauma therapist. She earned her Master’s in counseling from Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Kentucky, and graduated from The University of Arkansas with a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood/Elementary Education.
She has a passion for helping clients navigate their stories and helping them to experience acceptance, growth, and healing. Michele strives to allow Christ to guide her in helping her clients experience freedom, healing, and grace in their lives. She is married with two young daughters, and enjoys hiking, cooking, photography, biking, and any adventure with her family.
Roseauna (Rosie) Good, LPC
Rosie provides psychotherapy for children, adolescents, adults, and families who are struggling with a variety of mental health disorders or situational stressors. Rosie strives to allow Jesus Christ to work through her to provide clients with a nurturing and safe environment, where individuals can experience acceptance, growth, and healing.
A Licensed Professional Counselor, Rosie has clinical experience providing primarily behavioral modification, parent training, and cognitive-behavioral strategies in residential, behavioral health rehabilitation, outpatient, and group settings for adults and children with a variety of mental health needs. Areas of expertise include Anxiety Disorders, Depressive Disorders, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, and Autism Spectrum Disorder. Rosie is certified in Dina Small Group Therapy, TEAM Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Attachment-Focused Family Therapy, and sexual assault counseling. Within COBYS, she serves as an outpatient therapist and a children’s small group therapist.
Rosie earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Lebanon Valley College and a Master’s in Clinical Psychology from Millersville University. She resides near Lititz with her husband and two daughters. Rosie actively serves within her church as a praise band coordinator and vocalist, youth group advisor, and ministry committee member. She enjoys camping, traveling, and spending time with her family.
Landon Miller, LPC
Landon joined COBYS in 2011 as a foster care caseworker and soon began leading Incredible Years child therapy groups in school and community settings. Landon joined the counseling department in 2015. He continues to lead therapeutic children’s groups and works with children and families in an outpatient capacity
Landon is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a graduate of the University of South Florida with a Master of Arts degree in Guidance and Counseling. Prior to working at COBYS Landon held a variety of positions including mobile therapist, homemaker, computer repair technician, and teacher of English as a foreign language during a three-year service assignment in Egypt. He enjoys spending time with his family, reading novels, and drinking coffee.
Lynette Nisly, LSW
Lynette has a passion to work with children, adolescents and adults to bring emotional wholeness and healing to areas of brokenness and hurt, while recognizing that God is our ultimate healer. Using over 25 years of experience as a case worker and supervisor in the field of foster care and adoption, Lynette has expertise in abuse, trauma, attachment, foster care and adoption issues. She also has experience with co-dependency, depression, anxiety, adjustment disorder, and parenting and relationship issues. She has been providing psychotherapy since 2017 and primarily uses Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, play based therapy, cognitive behavior therapy, and family systems approach. She also leads small group therapy for children.
Lynette is a Licensed Social Worker and working toward her credentials as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She graduated from Messiah College with a degree in Family Studies (now known as Human Development and Family Science) and earned her Master of Social Work from Millersville University.
Lynette is active in her church with women’s ministry and welcoming guests. She is married and has three young adult children. She enjoys jogging, reading books with her husband, worship music, cooking for her family, spending time with friends, and any opportunities to travel.
Michelle Sheaffer, MS, NCC, LPC
Michelle has experience providing psychotherapy to clients covering a broad range of ages, but primarily counsels adults and couples. She treats mental health disorders including anxiety, depression, ADHD, adjustment disorders, co-dependency, and trauma, and also offers counsel and support to women who are partners of sexual addicts. Michelle uses Cognitive Behavioral and Psychodynamic approaches to treat mental health and life transition issues. She favors Emotionally Focused Therapy in couples and family counseling to heal broken relationships and build meaningful connections. Michelle’s Christian faith anchors her dedication to serve her clients.
Michelle is a Licensed Professional Counselor and is certified by the National Board for Certified Counselors. She is a graduate of Millersville University with a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology and is a member of the American Mental Health Association for Counselors. She has a passion for reading and continued learning. She also enjoys spending time with family and friends and appreciates the outdoors, including walking and gardening.
Michelle Wegman, LPC
Michelle is a Licensed Professional Counselor who completed her undergraduate work and earned her Master’s degree in Christian Counseling from Cairn University. Previous experience includes work as an Intake coordinator and as a therapist on a college campus, and providing child/adolescent, individual, and family therapy in an outpatient setting. Michelle has a
passion to join with people wherever they are in life and help them to experience hope and healing. She empowers individuals and families to understand themselves in a deeper way, and provides tools for them to initiate change to become the person or family they desire to be.
Some of the issues Michelle works with are anxiety, depression, grief and loss, life transitions, sexuality, trauma, past sexual abuse, identity, spiritual issues, and relational conflicts. Michelle has been trained in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TFCBT) and utilizes Cognitive Behavioral and Psychodynamic techniques in her work. In conjunction with these therapeutic approaches, Michelle relies on her faith to be her guiding foundation in all the work that she does.
Amy Wittmaier, LPC
Amy counseled elementary-age children in a school setting for 20 years and has a range of experiences from working in this environment. She has a passion for helping children affected by trauma, grief, anxiety, and divorce.
Amy uses cognitive behavioral strategies and techniques, with aspects of reality therapy and solution-focused approaches in her work with children and families. She believes strongly in creating an accepting, warm environment in counseling, where the child and parent feel welcomed, heard, and appreciated for their unique talents and gifts. Her faith is the main motivator in serving families through the counseling process.
A Licensed Professional Counselor, Amy is certified by the National Board of Certified Counselors and also is certified in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). She graduated from Penn State University with a Master’s degree in Counselor Education and has taught several counseling courses at Lancaster Bible College. She enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter, reading, gardening, and watching the Phillies.
Michele Romeo Martin, PsyD
As Clinical Supervisor Dr. Martin provides clinical oversight for COBYS therapists. Her past experience working in Chicago with foster and adoptive children fuels her desire to support her staff who are working closely with these children and families. She received her doctoral degree from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology and her Master’s degree from Boston College. Dr. Martin is active in her church and lives near Lititz with her husband and three children. Finding time to garden, travel, and play are important life-giving experiences for her.
Meeting the needs of special needs children can be difficult but also rewarding as we see the progress they make: learning to talk, strengthening leg muscles, learning what foods to feed them to gain weight, and seeing them get well when they are sick. – COBYS Resource Parents Dennis & Ann