Meet the Staff
Maureen Keeney-Stoll, MA
Master of Arts in Human Resources Management
Center Valley, PA
Bachelor of Arts Psychology
Maureen Stoll is a Human Resources and Business Management Professional with a wide range of business experiences.
Maureen joined our organization in 2004 as Director of Human Resources. In that role, she had very positive impact on our administrative and operational performance.
Maureen was subsequently promoted to positions of increasing importance culminating in her appointment as General Manager in 2016.
In this role, she is responsible for the day to day oversight and management of our Warwick Family Services, MCC, Associates Home Care and Bright Beginners Academy programs.
Maureen also serves as our Compliance Officer.
Maureen is an effective leader and a superior manager. She possesses a strong commitment to quality, an unwavering desire to develop her staff while managing costs. Maureen is quick to recognize changes in the business environment and thoughtfully makes the required changes in strategy and tactics to assure our continued success.
During her tenure, the company has experienced continued growth, expanded its program offerings and its geographic reach while enhancing our reputation for clinical excellence.
Jeffrey M. Friedman, Ph.D., LCSW, QCSW
Director of Clinical Services
University of Pennsylvania
School of Social Work
Doctor of Philosophy
Family Institute of Philadelphia
Certificate in Family Therapy
George Warren Brown School of Social Work
St. Louis, MO
Master of Social Work
University of Pittsburgh
Bachelor of Arts
Majors: English and Psychology
Dr. Friedman, a founder of the Warwick House, is a respected leader in the child welfare and mental health community. A distinguished academician in the field of social welfare, he has conducted noteworthy research in the areas of foster care, adoption and residential treatment. This includes his contribution to the in-depth look at the foster care system by Ira Schwartz entitled Kids Raised by the Government.
Based on his research and practical experience, Dr. Friedman pioneered the Intensive Treatment model utilized at the Warwick House. The Warwick model is dedicated to the principle that children are better raised and served in family settings, creating the goal of achieving a shorter length of residential treatment stay, by forging a “Family Partnership” to achieve systemic family treatment. This requires the family to be involved in every aspect of their child’s treatment. Our program encourages families to get involved in the activities at the Warwick House, to participate at team meetings during the course of treatment and commit to designed therapeutic stays overnight at the House. However, treatment is also provided in the child’s home(s), as well as in the therapeutic environment of our facility. The home component is unique to the Warwick House and has demonstrated its value as evidenced by successful outcomes of children stabilized in family settings, biological, foster or adoptive and a reduced length of stay achieved by the program.
Treatment plans are formulated to include three primary Child Welfare goals of safety, permanency and well being of the child and their family, exhibited by mental health objectives in order to reach these goals. Treatment effectiveness relies on collaboration focused on re-connecting families to other community-based services, so discharge planning begins at admission. Treatment fidelity is maintained by ongoing supervision of all clinical staff, e.g., primary therapists and milieu counselors on a weekly basis, to assure effective treatment plan implementation. The program focuses on data collection as part of its effort to establish an evidence based practice, as well as serving as its goal of serving as its own learning center, as this fosters the development of new strategies and interventions for distressed families.
Shawn Wall, RN, MSN
Director of Nursing
Associates Home Care, Inc
Warwick House, Inc.
Shawn has worked in Part Time and Consulting roles with the Warwick House since 2011 and with Associates Home Care since 2018. In her Full time, expanded position with the company, she is responsible for overseeing the Nursing Services at The Warwick House as well as leading and providing operational oversight of Associates Home Care in Bucks and Delaware Counties. Shawn brings over 25 years’ experience to this role holding positions as Charge Nurse and Director of Nursing with several Inpatient and Residential Behavioral Healthcare Providers in the region. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, completed her RN Degree in 1994 and her Master’s degree in 2002.
Stephanie Richer, MSS
Director of Behavioral Health Services
Bryn Mawr College
Bryn Mawr, PA
Masters, Social Work
Bachelor of Science Social Work
Stephanie Richer is responsible for the clinical and operational management of our Family Based, Specialized BHRS and Child and Family Outpatient Programs.
She is an experienced child, adolescent and family therapist certified in the EcoSystemic Structural Family Therapy model. She has a passion for working to help families heal, connect and stay together using a strength-based approach rooted in a relational, trauma informed framework. Stephanie is dedicated to assuring clinical fidelity to our programs.
Stephanie joined our team in 2007 and has held positions of increasing responsibility, most recently as the Director of our Family Based Program. Her passion as a clinician, her leadership skills along with her capacity to mentor and develop staff while supporting rapid program development and expansion have been key to our success.
Traci A. Neary, MFT
Director of Child, Adolescent and Family Outpatient Services
Alleghany University of the Health Sciences
Master of Family Therapy
Magna Cum Laude
Bachelor of Arts Psychology
Traci Neary is a respected child, adolescent and family therapist who is strongly committed to a family systems approach to treatment. Traci possesses a broad range of clinical experiences and has demonstrated leadership skills having served as both a clinical supervisor and a program manager.
Traci believes that a family focused, resiliency and strengths based therapeutic approach is the most effective pathway to the achievement of meaningful, long-lasting clinical results.
Traci is of the opinion that an effective staff is the cornerstone of an outstanding program and therefore seeks to hire skilled professionals who are passionate in their commitment to their clients, work effectively in a collaborative environment and are life-long learners dedicated to continuous improvement.
Her staff works diligently to assure a smooth and prompt referral intake process for new clients. Our goal is to respond to all new requests for services within one business day and to have the intake assessment scheduled within seven business days.
Shawn Seip, MS, LPC
Director of Family Based Services
Licensed Professional Counselor
Philadelphia Biblical University
Master of Science Counseling
West Chester University
Bachelor of Arts History
Shawn Seip was promoted to the position of Director of Family Based Services in 2017.
Shawn joined our organization in 2011 as a Primary Therapist practicing at our Warwick House Intensive Residential Treatment Facility. In this role, he provided structural family therapy to families with children in our residential program.
He subsequently joined the Family Based Program as a therapist providing eco-systemic family therapy and other evidence based modalities to at-risk families. He later served on the Sanctuary Certification Core Team. Shawn was promoted to the position of Family Based Supervisor in 2014.
He has made significant contributions to the growth of the program while assuring its clinical integrity and fiscal accountability. Shawn has demonstrated effective leadership skills while forging strong relationships with clients, community organizations and key decision makers. He holds high clinical expectations for his staff, which has solidified our reputation in the community and distinguishes us a premiere Family Based provider.
Sara Romasco, M.Ed., LBS, BCBA
Director of Applied Behavior Analysis Services
Masters of Education, Special Education and Applied Behavior Analysis
Bachelors of Arts, Psychology
Sara Romasco is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), specializing in children and adolescents affected by developmental delays, with a primary focus on Autism Spectrum Disorder. She is committed to making researched-based behavior analytic strategies and best practices accessible and practical for all families.
Sara has experience developing and implementing applied behavior analysis (ABA) services in educational, center-based, and home-based settings for individuals ages 3 through adulthood. Her special interests include teaching meaningful adaptive functioning and life skills to promote independence and autonomy. She is dedicated to using data-driven strategies in creative ways to make significant and lasting changes in behavior.
Sara is responsible for the overall clinical direction of the MCC ABA program. She is specifically focused on the training and ongoing supervision of her team, working to create a supportive and collaborative environment which results in strong team members who provide high quality services.
David Wall, MA
Director of Business Development
Warwick Family Services, Inc.
Maternal Child Consortium, Inc. (MCC)
East Stroudsburg University
East Stroudsburg, PA
Master of Arts
Bachelor of Science
Dave’s background includes serving in Direct Care and Senior Management Level positions in County Human Services and Private Provider Agencies spanning over 25 years.
He is responsible for identifying and developing new growth and service enhancement opportunities in the region for the company’s broad array of specialty services, bringing new payer contracts online, as well as leading the company’s community outreach and marketing efforts.
Using his skills and experience in Behavioral Health and Human Services program and business development and contracting, Dave works closely with County and Community stakeholders and payers to foster effective communication and maintain strong, lasting relationships.
Tina Clewell, MBA
Human Resources Manager
Holy Family University
Master of Business Administration
Penn State University
University Park, PA
Bachelor of Arts, Integrative Arts
Tina Clewell joined Warwick Family Services in 2007 and as the Company continued to experience growth and development, her duties have also expanded. She began working in the HR department as an HR Assistant then became a Generalist, Warwick House Admissions Assistant and Corporate Safety Officer before being promoted to Human Resources Manager. In her current role, Tina is responsible for the oversight and management of all Human Resources functions including the coordination of the recruiting, hiring and orientation process for new employees. Tina partners with local colleges and universities to recruit students and alumni through job fairs and networking events. She is also responsible for the administration of employee benefit plans and assures that employees are in compliance with all relevant regulations regarding personnel and training file requirements. To inquire about job opportunities, please email Tina at recruiter@warwickfamilyservice
Early Childhood Director at Bright Beginners Academy
Bachelors of Science in Education
with Teaching Certifications in Elementary (K-6) and Early Childhood (N-3).
Mr. Mike is a graduate of Temple University with a Bachelors of Science in Education with Teaching Certifications in Elementary (K-6) and Early Childhood (N-3).
He has taught for over ten years in a variety of classroom settings including a charter school in Southwest Philadelphia, an inclusive preschool setting in Bucks County and Easter Seals of Southeast PA. His classroom experiences range from working with non-verbal children with special needs to establishing a sense of understanding and cooperation amongst diverse groups.
Michael joined the Bright Beginners Academy family in 2019, serving first as a Pre K Counts teacher and was subsequently appointed as Early Childhood Director.
In this role, he seeks to create a positive, supportive environment for his staff with a focus on experiential learning with high expectations for student growth and development.
By emphasizing the utilization of developmentally appropriate practices and affording his staff the opportunity to use creativity in meeting the needs of students produces the perfect environment for achievement.
Mike’s education and management philosophy focuses on the importance and universal benefits of inclusive programming by creating a positive, supportive work environment.
As a proponent of Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS), Michael and his staff believe that there are no “bad” kids, just sad choices. Just as adults can make mistakes along the way, children can easily do the same.
His love for teaching and working with children began at an early age. Mike helped his mom as babysitter and volunteered extensively to work with young children during his teens. Many of the mentoring relationships he forged during those years remain strong to this day.
Mike and his staff guide even the youngest of children in building resiliency, to step up and try again. They bring a level of joy and excitement to the classroom that is contagious.
Mike has a demonstrated ability to help his students continue to reach or even exceed the established expectations. Whether a student, parent or a caregiver, you will feel his support and know that you are encouraged to meet any challenge.
Mr. Mikes’ colleagues and former students agree that you will never observe him giving up on a child, a parent or a member of his amazing staff. Every circumstance allows for a positive moment for praise as an accompaniment to the lesson to be taught.
Mr. Mike lives in Bensalem with his two sons. He coaches and is a Director of Intramural Soccer at Parkwood Youth Organization minutes away from BBA. He has coached 3-5 year old soccer for the last 4 years and continues to instill lessons of sportsmanship, empathy and self-regulation both on the field and off.