Chris Rivera, MS
After graduating from Sacred Heart University with a degree in Exercise Science, Chris spent the majority of his career as a strength and conditioning coach for high performance athletes. He used his coaching experience to help him excel in the classroom with various school-based behavior disabled programs within Sussex County. Chris recently earned his Masters Degree in Sport Administration from Arkansas State University, where he published his thesis on safety in youth sports. He also runs a local church group that offers sports training for teens.
Christina Rowe, MA, LPC
Mental Health Clinician
Chrissie Rowe, MA, LAC. Bachelors from Misericordia University, Masters from Seton Hall University. Worked at Project Self-Sufficiency from 2005-2006, Family Intervention Services from 2006-2014 (Youth Case Manager 2006-2009, Crisis Intervention Specialist from 2009-2014), Currently works at Youth Advocate Program, Inc. as an outpatient clinician and an IIC clinician.
Noëlle Johnson, MA
APPI Coordinator & Mental Health Clinician
Noëlle earned her Masters degree in Clinical Counseling from Fairleigh Dickinson University. She has experience working with adolescents and families, which include crisis and trauma work and relational issues. Noëlle has been at the Student Center for over 10 years.
Suzanne Sarner, MA, LPC, ACS
SBYSP Director & Mental Health Clinician
Suzanne has been a therapist at the Student Center since 1991. She is well-versed in psychiatric illnesses and has much experience with teens and adults. She received her masters degree in counseling from Seton Hall University.
Tracey graduated from Centenary College and taught social studies for several years. After raising her children and caring for other little ones, she is happy to be back in a school setting and to be a part of the Student Center team.