Stacey Dillon offers Co-Parenting , Reunification , and individual therapy at the Parenting Institute. She completed her MS in Applied Developmental Psychology at the University of Pittsburgh and her MA in Clinical Counseling at Waynesburg University. In addition to working at Keystone Training and Consulting and the Parenting Institute, Stacey works at the The Children's Institute as a Behavioral Health Therapist and at Allegheny County Court's Generations program. She has worked as a behavior intervention specialist at FamilyLinks and in the Mount Lebanon school district and as adjunct faculty at the Community College of Allegheny County. She has a strong foundation in research and worked at the University of Pittsburgh's Center for Research on Healthcare for twelve years.
Lynn MacBeth is a counselor with Parenting Institute, offering Co-Parenting and Reunification Counseling as well as individual therapy. She is also a mediator for the Generations Program of the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County. She earned her Masters of Science in Professional Counseling at Carlow University and Juris Doctor degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. She has practiced family law as an attorney for over 30 years, and now works as a counselor focusing on families experiencing divorce, separation, relationship issues, or legal conflict. As a founding member of Parenting Institute, Lynn's career working with families in the court system spans 3 decades.