Meet the Team

Executive Team


Guy Oram, PhD

Guy Oram

President

Dr. Oram has been practicing as a licensed clinical psychologist since 1995. His current practice interests focus on adolescents with anxiety and depression, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, and neuropsychological evaluation of school-aged children and adults. In addition, Dr. Oram has a strong interest in student motivation, habit change, procrastination and avoidance, and “non-cognitive” factors that enhance student success.

Prior to starting his private practice in 1998, Dr. Oram worked in a multidisciplinary brain injury rehabilitation program. From 1999 to 2003, he was an adjunct faculty member in the graduate psychology program at Seattle Pacific University. Dr. Oram has also served on the Executive Board of the Washington State Psychological Association.

Education and Training

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Clinical Neuropsychology, University of Washington School of Medicine – 1994-1996

Degree Study School Year
Ph.D. Clinical Psychology University of Virginia 1994
M.Ed. Counseling Psychology University of Massachusetts 1990
B.A. Psychology Whitman College 1987

Caewyn Barnett, MA

Caewyn Barnett

Clinical Director

Caewyn is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the State of Washington. Her approach to treatment combines solution-focused and cognitive behavior therapy, family systems therapy and interpersonal process psychotherapy. She treats children, adolescents, and families presenting with a broad range of concerns. In addition, Caewyn provides coaching for students with attention disorders and executive skills weaknesses. She also assists Dr. Oram in the administration of neuropsychological assessments. Prior to joining FPSK, Caewyn worked as a therapist with a nationally-focused clinical evaluation and educational consulting firm and has previous training related to eating disorders and domestic violence.

Education

Degree Study School Year
M.A. Counseling Psychology The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology 2012
B.A. Communication Seattle Pacific University 2006

Angela Martin

Angela Martin

Director of Operations

Angela is a Certified Medical Assistant and is currently pursuing her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a minor in Marketing at City University of Seattle. She has worked in the medical field for the past 10 years. After completing her Medical Assistant degree, she worked at the Lakeshore Clinic for three years. Prior to joining FPSK, Angela worked as a manager and individual support counselor for the Camelot Society.


Clinical Staff


Heidi Marsolek, MA

Dr Kara Moscovitz

LMHC, Psychotherapist

Heidi is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Washington State and a member of the American Psychological Association, Psychoanalysis Division 39, and Military Psychology Division 19. Heidi provides psychotherapeutic support to adults and families from culturally diverse backgrounds who are struggling with anxiety, depression, broken relationships, family conflict, job loss, and early life abuse and neglect. Her collaborative approach supports families in finding ideal treatment options for their specific needs. In addition, Heidi helps individuals deal with concerns around grief, loss, trauma, life transitions and relationship issues.

As a veteran, Heidi is passionate about working with a military population, and practices a holistic approach to assist patients in achieving mental, physical, emotional and spiritual health. Heidi’s training includes Triple P (Positive Parenting Program), PFR (Promoting First Relationships) and FPS (Family Preservation Services).

Heidi is currently completing her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at Fielding Graduate University.

Education and Training

Degree Study School Year
M.A. Clinical Psychology Argosy University 2011
B.A. Community Psychology University of Washington 2009

Paige Jones, MA

Paige Jones, MA

LMHC, Psychotherapist, Psychometrist

Paige is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate in the State of Washington. She provides psychotherapeutic treatment for adults, adolescents, and children who struggle with anxiety, depression, grief, family conflict, relational stress, and job/school performance. Paige uses various treatment modalities such as psychodynamic, attachment focused, family systems, and cognitive behavioral therapy.

Prior to joining FPSK, Paige spent 10 years working in various capacities of the mental health field. Specifically, she has worked with young men and women transitioning into adulthood, as well as adults walking through relational conflict, family struggles, and personal stress. She believes therapy is a unique and individualistic experience, therefore works collaboratively with clients in order to fulfill their specific needs and goals. In addition, Paige assists Dr. Oram in the administration of neuropsychological assessments, as well as coaching students with attention disorders and executive skills weaknesses.

Education and Training

Degree Study School Year
M.A. Counseling Psychology The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology 2017
B.A. Marketing Florida State University 2007

Marc Fowler, Psy.D.

Marc Fowler, Psy.D.

Marc Fowler, Psy.D. provides psycho-educational evaluations for children, adolescents, and adults. He has specialized training in the identification of neuro-developmental disorders, including specific learning disabilities, attention disorders (ADHD), autism spectrum disorders, and developmental delays. Dr. Fowler also has considerable experience developing 504 plans, Individual Education Plans (IEPs), and working closely with IEP teams across elementary, middle, high school, and collegiate staff.

Dr. Fowler is a licensed psychologist in State of Washington. He earned a doctorate degree in School Psychology from St. John’s University, with undergraduate training at Purdue University. He has experience working in both school districts and clinical settings. Dr. Fowler utilizes a client-centered approach that focuses on problem solving, as well as maximizing individual academic and psychological functioning.

Phyllis Sanchez, PhD

Phyllis Sanchez, PhD

Phyllis Sanchez, Ph.D., is a clinical neuropsychologist with over 25 years experience providing psychological services. She is licensed in the state of Washington, has a Courtesy Clinical Faculty appointment in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Washington, and has been practicing in the Seattle area for more than 15 years.

Dr. Sanchez has extensive training in neuropsychology, including a two year Post-doctoral Fellowship in neuropsychology at the University of Washington. She was the Director of the UW Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Neuropsychology Clinic at Harborview Medical Center from 1996–2000. Dr. Sanchez specializes in neurocognitive and other related psychological evaluations, and regularly evaluates patients with histories of head injury, tumors, strokes, learning disabilities, substance abuse, toxin exposures, pain, degenerative neurological disease and various psychiatric illnesses.

Prior to establishing her private practice in Seattle, Dr. Sanchez worked at major regional medical centers in Texas, Illinois and Washington, providing varied psychological and neuropsychological services. She also has a varied research background, including projects ranging from the validity of neuropsychological evaluations with a third party present (spouse, parent) to work on adherence to dietary restrictions.

Danelle Cartun, LMHC, C-IAYT

Danelle Cartun, LMHC, C-IAYT

Danelle is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a Certified Yoga Therapist who specializes in the treatment of trauma, grief, and loss across the lifespan. With over 15 years of experience in mental health settings, she understands the negative impact of trauma and loss on emotional well-being, as well as the incredible ability we all have to heal.

Danelle integrates conventional psychotherapy techniques with experiential activities that strengthen the mind/body connection as a pathway to recovery. Her work is influenced by neuroscience, rooted in yoga philosophy, and supported by research demonstrating that when we attend to and befriend our nervous system, we can successfully reduce or manage symptoms, increase self-confidence, and be compassionate towards others. Using this integrated therapeutic approach, Danelle helps people retell their stories, create new meaning in life, and build greater connection with themselves and others.

Education and Training

Degree Study School Year
C-IAYT Integrated Movement Therapy The Samarya Center 2015
M.A. Marriage, Family, and Child Therapy University of Phoenix 2000
B.S. Psychology and Kinesiology Western State College of Colorado 1995