Gregory E. Faulk, Director of Total Family Services specializes in enhanced community-based counseling approaches for individual and families. Greg understands competent, effective techniques to work therapeutically with children, youth, and adults who have experienced abuse. He knows the importance and challenge of networking with community social services agencies and setting clear concise client-centered treatment plans. He has thirty-six years experience utilizing progressive treatment strategies in many settings including residential care, community-based programs, foster care, home-based, child welfare and the juvenile justice system. He has two children, been married for 34 years and his wife is Founder/Director of Ligonier Valley Learning Center.
Anne M. Hall, M.Ed., CRC, LPC has worked in the field of counseling for twenty-two years. Anne is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor with experience as an Employee Assistance professional. She was an Employee Assistance Program manager and Counselor for a mid-size Pittsburgh area hospital where she utilized excellent assessment and brief counseling skills. Anne served clients with depression, low self esteem, sexual abuse, addictions and employees in transition. She worked in vocational assessment and counseling of injured disabled workers. In addition to being a therapist for TFS, she is a therapist at the Ligonier Counseling Center.
Michelle Dornin, M.A. received her Bachelor's degree in Social Work and her Master's in Conflict Resolution a progressive major to effectively work with the challenges of custody disputes and domestic violence. Michelle has worked in the field of human services since 1995. She was a caseworker for Westmoreland County Children's Bureau for nine (9) years and then worked for a year in an Independent Living Program in Greensburg. She joined TFS in 2003. Besides being dedicated to the counseling field, her clients and families, she is a mother of two children. She has a biological child and one she gained custody of through Kinship. She is also a therapist for the Ligonier Counseling Center.
Linda R. Matson, M.A. received her Masters In Counseling from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Linda was a Family Treatment Specialist for the Outside In Program in Bolivar, PA. She is married, and a mother of 4 children. One of her children, she adopted during her tenure as a foster parent for Westmoreland County. Linda loves her horses and living on a farm at the foothills of Chestnut Ridge. She has been a full-time home based therapist for Total Family Services for eight years.