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Our Team

Dr. Peggy V. Steinbrunner, PsyD

Dr. Steinbrunner is the owner of HBH and a licensed psychologist in Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia, & Florida, with an office location in Everett, Pennsylvania.  She is an Active Duty Army Veteran and currently serves in the PA Army National Guard with specialized training and experience in treating Service Members and their families.  She is trained in a variety of evidence based protocols and therapies including those for trauma, depression, anxiety, substance use disorder, and sleep.  

Dr. Steinbrunner completed her pre- and postdoctoral clinical training at Eisenhower Army Medical Center. She became a licensed psychologist in 2013 and has presented research projects at national conferences and co-authored peer-reviewed journal articles.

"Dr. Peggy Steinbrunner is an exceptional psychologist and clinician. Having known her for over 10 years, she embodies empathy and compassion for each client she works with. She will work tirelessly to assist each client to make positive changes and growth. Additionally, her ability to use psychological assessments to help with diagnostic clarification further benefits her clients to create treatment plans tailored to their specific needs. She will also work with your other providers, as needed, to collaborate on best practices for your care. I highly recommend her services and Horizon Behavioral Health, PLLC!!"

- Dr. Brandy Gardner

Heather Sjolund, MSW, BSL

Heather is an outpatient therapist, providing evening and weekend therapy appointments at HBH. She has worked with children, adolescents, families, and adults for 10 years. She recently received specialized training in death and dying services during her time working in Hospice care. She has a Behavioral Specialist License to work with patients with Autism Spectrum Disorder. She has experience and training with hands-on therapy, CBT, Motivational Interviewing, and therapeutic activities with children. Her personal hobbies include running, swimming, traveling, hiking, fall festivals, decorating for holidays, and helping others. She is originally from Connecticut but has lived in PA for 14 years. She also has a Masters in Social Work.


Dr. Jessica D. Goodman, PhD

Dr. Jessica D. Goodman is a licensed Psychologist in Florida and Pennsylvania with over 12 years of experience. She has worked in a variety of settings, including college counseling centers, VA medical centers, private practice, and substance use treatment programs. Her research has focused on singlehood, relationships, and life satisfaction, and she has published in the area of treatment progress monitoring. She uses therapy models of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Systems Theory, and EMDR, within a frame of empathy, compassion and respect. She has specific experience working with veterans, LGBTQ individuals, coping with grief and loss, relationship issues, and women's issues.


Kristie Sellers, MS, LPC

Kristie is a licensed professional counselor, currently working full time in the outpatient office in Pennsylvania and via telehealth with patients in West Virginia. She is trained in Motivational Interviewing, EMDR, PCIT, and Eco Systemic Family Therapy. Kristie received her Master of Science degree in Professional Counseling from Grand Canyon University, and certification as a Family Based Professional from the Philadelphia Child and Family Guidance Center.

Kristie has experience working with children of all ages, adolescents, adults and families. She has worked the past eighteen years at a local agency providing therapy, crisis interventions, and case management to those who live in the surrounding communities. Kristie choses the therapy that works best for the client. She uses a strengths based approach and recognizes that the therapist and the client are team in treatment and will work together to achieve the goals the client has identified.


In the past Kristie has participated in local grief counseling group for those who have lost loved ones, and currently volunteers working with children in her church and community.

Toby Long, LCPC, NCC

Toby has been working in the mental health field for the past 20 years and has been licensed as a Professional Counselor since 2012. Throughout this time she has worked with school age children and adolescents, Veterans, individuals with substance use disorder, individuals with various disabilities, as well as those in inpatient hospital and prison settings. She enjoys working with individuals, families, and groups.

Toby earned a bachelor's degree in psychology from Clemson University and master's degrees in clinical counseling and forensic psychology from Marymount University.  She works primarily within a cognitive behavioral therapy model and has had specialized training in Trauma Focused-CBT, Motivational Interviewing, and ACT theoretical approaches.


Victoria Coles, BS, Supervised Counselor

Vicky is a supervised outpatient therapist working at the office in Pennsylvania and is available for in-person and telehealth sessions. She is currently working on her third career as an adult. She recognized that it is never too late to learn and make a career change. She has experience working as a case manager for those with a serious mental illness and over 20 years working in the substance use disorder field as a counselor and in multiple other roles. She developed and facilitated a partial hospitalization program while living in Lancaster, PA. She has experience and training in experiential therapy and motivational interviewing and is currently working under the supervision of Dr. Steinbrunner to increase her use of cognitive behavioral therapy and other evidence based interventions.

Vicky received her Bachelor of Science degree in Human Services as an adult learner at Lincoln University. She graduated from Walden University in February of 2023 and is attaining hours for licensure. 

Her dream was always to move to the mountains, and she is living the dream!


Donald Dissinger, CRNP

Don Dissinger is a certified registered nurse practitioner (CRNP) certified in family health and psychiatric mental health and experienced in primary care, substance use disorder treatment (SUD), and psychiatry. He is licensed in Pennsylvania and West Virginia. He is an Active Duty US Coast Guard Veteran and currently serves in the US Army Reserve Medical Command with specialized training and experience in treating Service Members and their families.  


Don completed his graduate level clinical training at Widener University (FNP) and Wilkes University (PMHNP) and has been a licensed CRNP since 2014. He holds a faculty appointment as an Instructor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health at Penn State University and has presented at nursing conferences and co-authored articles on treatment of SUD. He trains medical students, nursing students, PA students, medical residents, and psychology interns in the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of SUD.  

Tina Jesk, Patient Services Coordinator

Tina Jesk is the Patient Services Coordinator and “the voice” at HBH.  She has spent many years working in customer service and thoroughly loves working with, interacting with, and helping people meet their needs.  She believes in doing simple acts of kindness like holding a door for someone, saying “hi" to new people, or just smiling.  

She has been with HBH since March 2021 and has been integral in the expansion of our telehealth program in WV.  She assists patients and staff with telehealth appointments to ensure a seamless experience.  

She is from the Everett area and loves hanging out with her family, friends, and church family.   


Shirley Stuckey, Fiscal/Operations Director

Shirley has been with HBH since 2020 and full time since August 2021. As fiscal and operations director she works primarily with the financial operations of the clinic including payroll, accounts payable/receivable, grant reimbursement reporting as well as general office management.


She has a background in small business ownership and administration, and personnel management.  Most recently, she owned and ran a daycare during the years before her grandchildren went to elementary school.


While at HBH Shirley hopes to learn and develop a deeper understanding of the issues and concerns that mental illness and addiction bring to people by supporting and learning about the care rendered by HBH providers. She engages in personal and professional training and community programs to increase her knowledge base. 

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