Behavioral Health Team

 

 

Amber Griffin, MSW, LCSW

Behavioral Health Manager

Amber Griffin is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and has practiced in the field of mental and behavioral health since 2011. She completed both her graduate and undergraduate degree in the field of Social Work at Texas A&M University-Commerce.

She has experience in working with diverse populations in areas of substance abuse, trauma, grief, phase-of-life changes, anxiety, depression, and child and adolescent behavioral issues through individual, family, and group therapy.

Amber takes pride in her integrity and compassion of helping others and strives to provide a safe space for people to grow. She believes we should focus on the adventures in the obstacles of lives.

She enjoys music, arts and crafts, and learning about the world and different cultures.

Loveth Erimwioghae, MA

Behavioral Health Outreach Coordinator

Loveth is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts, Boston. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master of Counseling Education from Cambridge College, with an emphasis in substance use treatment. She is a compassionate worker with extensive knowledge of mental health, substance use treatment, family therapy, and community resources to provide patients and families with the assistance and services that they need.
Loveth has worked with the research team at the University of Massachusetts in topics related to stress and health.

She enjoys reading, listening to music, road trips, and spending time with family and friends.

Denise Mershon, LCSW

Behavioral Health Specialist

Denise Mershon is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker that has practiced both mental health and behavioral health with individuals in all developmental stages of life. She has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and is certified in Early Childhood Education.  She received her master’s degree in Social Work from New York University in Manhattan, NY. Denise has helped individuals with chronic mental illness, personality disorders, anxiety and depressive disorders, including the intellectually and developmentally challenged, in a variety of settings: inpatient units, outpatient clinics, private practice, with military personnel and their families, inner city group homes with adolescents, and play therapy with young children in schools. Denise’s previous roles were Clinical Supervisor, Executive Director, and Direct Service Provider in both for-profit and not-for-profit environments. Denise demonstrates a passion for her work with various ethnic backgrounds, cultures, and religions, as she sees both her clients and her work as an ever evolving adventure and experience.

“I enjoy spending time with family, reading, participating in wellness, and traveling.”