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our team

LPC, LMFT, AAMFT Approved supervisor

chris zang

Chris is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, a Licensed Professional Counselor, an AAMFT Clinical Fellow, and an AAMFT Approved Supervisor. He is also a Psychoanalytic Candidate at the Center for Christianity & Psychoanalysis. After graduating from Wheaton College Graduate School with an MA in Clinical Psychology, he maintained a group private practice for 30 years.

He currently serves as Executive Director at Anathallo and maintains a small caseload working with individuals, couples, and families. He also provides supervision and case consultation for other therapists.

In his free time, Chris enjoys a variety of outdoor activities ranging from hiking and birdwatching to bluegrass festivals, golf, and running.


pamela lambert

Earning her degree from Marywood University, Pam is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with extensive experience coming alongside adolescents and adults to find clarity and healing. Approaching each session with a warm, empathetic heart, she considers it a privilege to be trusted with someone’s life story.

As a wife to a husband in vocational ministry and a mother of three, including a daughter diagnosed with a rare illness at age 14, Pam’s own journey through life has only grown and refined her understanding of the counseling process.

She is eager to learn about her clients, work at their pace, and establish goals that will move towards healing.


thomas miller

As a Licensed Professional Counselor, Tom has 15+ years of experience within the mental health field in both a hospital setting and a clinic setting. Having earned a degree in Psychology from Penn State University and a Master’s degree in counseling from Messiah University, his focus is marriage, couples, and family therapy.

Having worked with children, adolescents, individuals, couples, and families, Tom believes relationships, with ourselves and with others, are of the utmost significance. “I believe in honoring each individual by helping him/her identify and use inherent strengths, values, and beliefs to promote his/her own healing and growth. Using psychoeducation, CBT/DBT, Emotion-Focused Therapy, and/or Family Systems Therapy, I work to support those dealing with anxiety, depression, grief, relationship challenges, ASD, and other issues. My goal is to work collaboratively with others, to help provide insight and a path forward.”


mary marino​

Having earned a Master’s degree in Psychology & Healthcare Administration, Mary has worked in the mental health field for over 15 years in both a clinical and administrative capacity. She has a heart for helping others with a focus on special needs, teens, and women. 

Mary and her husband of 25 years have 2 daughters and 4 cats. In her spare time, she enjoys practicing yoga and pilates, reading, and hiking with her family.

have questions?

Need help determining which counselor or counseling service will best meet your needs during this season of life? Or ready to take that next step toward sitting down with one of our mental health care providers? Let’s connect!