Amber Crawford-Wagman, LSW – Executive Director

Amber Crawford-Wagman received a Bachelor of Social Work degree from LaSalle University and a Master of Social Work degree from The University of Pennsylvania. She is a licensed social worker in the state of Pennsylvania and has 16+ years experience working with trauma survivors, with a certifications in both Prolonged Exposure & Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT). Previously, Amber worked as a therapist at Women Organized Against Rape in Philadelphia, where the majority of her work focused on survivors of sexual abuse, ages 3 to 11. Amber has been with Turning Point since 2014, counseling adult and child survivors of childhood sexual abuse, and currently serves as the Clinical and Executive Director. She also currently serves on the York County Sexual and Domestic Violence Taskforce, as well as the Behavioral Health Workgroup, which is a subgroup of the Human Trafficking task force. She is a guest lecturer at Penn State Harrisburg in their Criminal Justice Program and an expert witness on Sexual Violence for the York County District Attorney’s Office.

Stacey Hansen, LPC – Clinical Director and Trauma Therapist

Stacey Hansen enjoys helping both women and children find healing from trauma. In 2018, after teaching in the New York public schools for 24 years, she completed a Master of Counseling at Messiah University and began serving there as a mental health therapist. She joined Turning Point in 2019. In 2022, Stacey became the Clinical Director at Turning Point. She has training in Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy, and Prolonged Exposure. Stacey also has a bachelor’s degree in teaching from Bloomsburg University and a master’s degree in Reading from SUNY Cortland. 

Steven Askling – Finance Director

Steven Askling received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting and Finance from Franklin & Marshall College. He has 19+ years of operational experience, across a variety of industries. He joined Turning Point’s team in 2023 and is grateful for the opportunity to be part of such an impactful organization that changes people’s lives.

Kate Nixon – Client Coordinator

Kate Nixon is the Client Coordinator at Turning Point. She has 5 years of experience working in the mental health field within her 20+ years of office experience.

She understands how difficult and scary it can be to begin the therapeutic journey and strives to ensure clients are comfortable during their healing process. Kate also meets with clients to secure various funding sources for treatment at Turning Point. She loves that Turning Point works to alleviate financial stressors that would otherwise hinder a client’s ability to seek counseling. Kate values the connections she makes and the growth and healing that she witnesses daily. She feels she finally is able to combine her passion to help others with her career.

When Kate is not working, she enjoys spending time with her children and friends. She likes hiking, shopping, and cooking for her loved ones.

Ann Agapis, MA – Coaching, Nutrition Services, and Personal Training

Ann received her Master’s degree in Human Service Counseling and Life Coaching from Liberty University and BA of Communications and Public Speaking from York College of Pennsylvania. She is a member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and hold certifications in nutrition (NASM) and personal training (AAAI & ISMA). In addition to her position at Turning Point, she is also a Health and Wellness Coach and Personal Trainer at the York Jewish Community Center.

With her passion for overall health of the mind and body, Ann uses science-based strategies to help individuals define and achieve goals important to them. Different from traditional psychotherapy, the life coaching process is primarily focused on the present and future. It helps analyze current behaviors and obstacles to create a custom plan of action to lead individuals to reach their full potential. Ann’s education and experience allows her to help others recognize they can do the work to brings last change.

Tonia Calabretta, MA, NCC – Trauma Therapist

Tonia Calabretta received her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health from Wake Forest University and is an NBCC National Certified Counselor. Her practice is focused on working with clients who have experienced trauma in their lives. She provides a compassionate and safe space for clients to heal from their past and become empowered to create a more fulfilling future. Her theoretical orientation is based in a Client-Centered Therapy, combined with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) techniques. She has received advanced training in Prolonged Exposure Therapy for PTSD through University of Pennsylvania’s Center for the Treatment and Study of Anxiety. Previously, Tonia received her Bachelor of Arts in Education at York College of PA and a Master of Liberal Arts from Johns Hopkins University.

Christina Fogle, MS – Trauma Therapist & Clinical Case Manager

Christina Fogle received her Bachelor of Arts in History, with a Minor in Anthropology from York College of Pennsylvania. She went on to earn her Master of Science in Psychology with a concentration in Counseling from the University of Baltimore. Christina has worked in the field of mental health for over twenty years. She has held the positions of Psychological Evaluator, Behavior Specialist and Psychotherapist, providing therapy to children and families. Christina is currently a Child Therapist and serves as the Clinical Case Worker at Turning Point Counseling and Advocacy Center. She is an Advisory Board Member for York County Office of Children, Youth and Families. Christina has a passion for assisting others on their journey of healing and wellness.

Genny Caba Hernandez, MA – Trauma Therapist (Bilingual)

Erin Hummel, MSW, LSW – Trauma Therapist

Erin Hummel is a licensed social worker. She received her Bachelor’s degree at York College of Pennsylvania and her Master’s degree for social work from Boston University. Erin followed the clinical track at BU and is currently working toward her clinical license. She has three years of experience working as a trauma therapist with survivors of childhood sexual abuse.

She works with clients of all ages using evidence-based therapies including CBT, TF-CBT, PE, ACT, motivational interviewing, cognitive processing therapy, and psychotherapy. Erin’s goal when meeting with clients is to create a safe, trusting, and non-judgmental relationship to foster and support the clients’ goal. Erin’s natural ability to connect with her clients enables successful collaboration throughout their healing journey.

Megan Primavera, LSW – Trauma Therapist

Megan joined Turning Point in 2019. She earned degrees from Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania (BA) and from East Carolina University (MSW). She was first licensed in NC in 2000, and has maintained licensure in PA since relocating back to the area 15 years ago. Megan has worked in a variety of social work roles, including time as a therapist for children, as a therapist for adults, as a supervisor, as a volunteer coordinator and as a fundraiser. Megan has specialized in trauma therapy for the last several years, with advanced training in healing from trauma and Prolonged Exposure therapy. Megan is passionate about social work and social justice issues. She tries to practice good health and spends time each week with friends and family, in physical fitness pursuits, and watching mindless comedies.

Jane Riese, LSW, TCTSY-F – Trauma Sensitive Yoga Therapist

Jane Riese received a Bachelor of Social Work degree from Elizabethtown College and a Master of Social Work degree from Temple University. She is a licensed social worker in the state of Pennsylvania and has been a yoga instructor since 2002. Jane holds a 300-hour certification in Trauma Center Trauma-Sensitive Yoga (TCTSY-F) through the Justice Resource Institute in Boston, Massachusetts. She is one of approximately 550 TCTSY certified facilitators in the world. Jane’s passion for both yoga and social work meld together in this unique form of yoga, a modality for healing within the context of trusting relationships. She is the former director of the Victim-Witness Program in the York County District Attorney’s office where she provided advocacy to survivors of violent crime. In her current role as Associate Director of Safe and Humane Schools at Clemson University, she advocates for children’s rights and protection by providing certification training in the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program. Jane has served as a member of the Pennsylvania State Board of Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists and Professional Counselors.