Clinical Staff

Lauren Voeltz, MS

Mrs. Lauren Voeltz began her educational endeavors at Westchester Community College where she developed a foundational interest in psychology, counseling and working with people. From Westchester Community college she received a scholarship for high academic standing and transferred to Pace University where she earned her bachelor’s degree in applied psychology. She continued her education at Pace University and acquired a master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling. Then furthered her education at Fordham University acquiring 1 years’ worth of Graduate Level social work credits. Most recently she has earned an advanced certificate in Mental Health Counseling from the University at Buffalo having graduated from the program 1 June 2019.  Upon passing the upcoming NYS limited permit exam she will become a limited permit holder and will be eligible to work as a limited permit mental health counselor under the supervision of Dr. Michael J. Doria of NeuroPsychCPS, LLC, with whom I completed much of my Graduate Level internship requirements previously as in intern mental health counselor working with a wide array of clientele since January 2018.  She has also interned as a student teacher, teaching graduate and undergraduate classes for various colleges and universities, both online and in person.  She also has experience working in with domestic violence shelters for women and children in developing programs for developmental disabled adults both in a day treatment setting and community.

She also served with the US Army Reserves in the past having trained intensively at Fort Leonard Wood Missouri with the military police in 2006. During this time, she also held a paid administrative position for the Federal government working for her assigned military police unit on Long Island, NY.  She is currently serving in the New York State military defense force as an officer and a mental health specialist in the 244th medical company psychological health program which affords her the opportunity to teach and train adult soldiers routinely and allows her to provide mental health services to soldiers in need. During prior years in the New York State Guard she has served as a noncommissioned officer for 6 ½ years before becoming a commissioned officer.

Additionally she is a legionnaire and auxiliary member of the Post 1038 American Legion in Valhalla, NY and volunteer with veterans who suffer with PTSD at the Montrose VA Hospital plus many more community activities as she has time (to include food drives for Veterans in need of nutrition supplementation, gathering book and video donations for the veterans who are in-patient at the VA Hospital and creating care packages for soldiers currently serving overseas).

In her current full-time civilian job, she is a health home program supervisor to a large team of care managers, with over 200 clients, for a Medicaid funded social services agency and is in charge of three county territories in New York for the organization (Rockland, Putnam and Westchester Counties). She also assists clients with a multitude of chronic medical conditions, as well as mental health and substance use disorders.

Professional Affiliations and Organizations

  • American Legion – Post 1038

  • New York Guard – State of New York Division of Military Affairs

Lauren Voeltz, MS

Mrs. Lauren Voeltz began her educational endeavors at Westchester Community College where she developed a foundational interest in psychology, counseling and working with people. From Westchester Community college she received a scholarship for high academic standing and transferred to Pace University where she earned her bachelor’s degree in applied psychology. She continued her education at Pace University and acquired a master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling. Then furthered her education at Fordham University acquiring 1 years’ worth of Graduate Level social work credits. Most recently she has earned an advanced certificate in Mental Health Counseling from the University at Buffalo having graduated from the program 1 June 2019.  Upon passing the upcoming NYS limited permit exam she will become a limited permit holder and will be eligible to work as a limited permit mental health counselor under the supervision of Dr. Michael J. Doria of NeuroPsychCPS, LLC, with whom I completed much of my Graduate Level internship requirements previously as in intern mental health counselor working with a wide array of clientele since January 2018.  She has also interned as a student teacher, teaching graduate and undergraduate classes for various colleges and universities, both online and in person.  She also has experience working in with domestic violence shelters for women and children in developing programs for developmental disabled adults both in a day treatment setting and community.

She also served with the US Army Reserves in the past having trained intensively at Fort Leonard Wood Missouri with the military police in 2006. During this time, she also held a paid administrative position for the Federal government working for her assigned military police unit on Long Island, NY.  She is currently serving in the New York State military defense force as an officer and a mental health specialist in the 244th medical company psychological health program which affords her the opportunity to teach and train adult soldiers routinely and allows her to provide mental health services to soldiers in need. During prior years in the New York State Guard she has served as a noncommissioned officer for 6 ½ years before becoming a commissioned officer.

Additionally she is a legionnaire and auxiliary member of the Post 1038 American Legion in Valhalla, NY and volunteer with veterans who suffer with PTSD at the Montrose VA Hospital plus many more community activities as she has time (to include food drives for Veterans in need of nutrition supplementation, gathering book and video donations for the veterans who are in-patient at the VA Hospital and creating care packages for soldiers currently serving overseas).

In her current full-time civilian job, she is a health home program supervisor to a large team of care managers, with over 200 clients, for a Medicaid funded social services agency and is in charge of three county territories in New York for the organization (Rockland, Putnam and Westchester Counties). She also assists clients with a multitude of chronic medical conditions, as well as mental health and substance use disorders.

Professional Affiliations and Organizations

  • American Legion – Post 1038

  • New York Guard – State of New York Division of Military Affairs