Janelle Crisp LPC, Program Director
Janelle A. Crisp is a licensed therapist in the state of Pennsylvania who is trained to work with individuals involved in the legal system. Crisp's dedication to honesty, competency, integrity, diligence, and the ability to remain impartial and fair strengthens her ability to provide forensic counseling services. Crisp completes concise and insightful assessments along with individual and group therapy. Crisp collects information efficiently, is able to be objective, and understands navigating the legal system. Crisp is passionate about her work with at-risk populations. Crisp is also an ATSA member and a Sex Offender Assessment Board Member.
Not only does Crisp provide forensic counseling, she is also knowledgeable about the legal system due to her professional history of working with inmates. Crisp works with county, state, and federal probation cases. Services include risk assessments, provision of interventions, and treatment planning to adapt both thoughts and behaviors.
Sabrina Grebner M.S., Clinical Therapist
Sabrina Grebner has worked in a variety of settings in the Pittsburgh area including outpatient therapy and LTSR clinical work. Sabrina's clinical specialties include, but not limited to, mental health disorders, substance use disorders, and personality disorders. Sabrina provides therapy which honors the fact that while a person may hold a mental health diagnosis, every person is unique, and the pain of suffering extends beyond a label. Sabrina is a graduate of Carlow University.
Kelly Slobodian M.S., Clinical Therapist
Kelly Slobodian completed her clinical internship at Crisp Forensic Counseling before becoming a clinical therapist. Kelly's clinical specialties include, but not limited to, mental health, sex offender specific treatment, and co-occurring disorders. Kelly is a member ot ATSA. Kelly is a graduate of Carlow University.