InlandPsych Redlands

Licensed Clinical Social Workers

Stephen Zorn, LCSW

Stephen Zorn, LCSW

Stephen Zorn is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a master’s degree in Social Work, with emphasis in children and families. He graduated from San Diego State University with honors in 1982. He has experience and certified to work with all age groups, from children to elderly. He has worked with blended families (stepfamily), military, fire, police families, crisis intervention and long-term experience with all types of trauma, death and dying issues, childhood molestation, and rape. Stephen has been a clinician for over 30 years.

Donna M. Mann, LCSW

Donna M. Mann, LCSW

Donna Mann is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a master’s of Social Welfare. She graduated from UCLA in June 1998. She works with adults aged 18 years and older, and has experience with individuals, couples, families, and groups. She has worked a great deal with geriatric clients and their families, blended family issues, and trauma and anxiety issues. Donna has been a clinician for over 10 years and has served as a subject matter expert for the Board of Behavioral Sciences in the construction and review of the LCSW licensing exam. She accepts most insurances and practices both long- and short-term therapy, often utilizing a cognitive behavioral approach.

David B. Zinke, LCSW, MBA

David B. Zinke, LCSW, MBA

David is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who received a master’s of Social Work from Loma Linda University in 1999 and a master’s of Business Administration from the University of Redlands in 2003. He has over 12 years of experience providing psychotherapy, and specializes in treating anxiety disorders, including panic attacks, specific phobias, agoraphobia, and obsessive compulsive disorder. He also specializes in bereavement therapy, medical family therapy, and geriatric issues. David works with all patients ages 18 years and over.

Heather Frasier, LCSW

Heather Fraser, LCSW

Heather Fraser has been a Licensed Clinical Social worker since 1997. She graduated with a master’s degree in Social Work in 1992 from California State University, San Bernardino following a bachelor of arts degree in Psychology in 1990. She has extensive experience working with severely mentally ill children and their families in clinical, home, and school settings. In addition, Heather enjoys helping adults conquer depression, anxiety, and trauma, most often using a cognitive behavioral approach.

John Lane, LCSW

John Lane, LCSW

John Lane is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a BA in Psychology and MA in Clinical Social Work. He has been licensed since 2000 and providing treatment since 1994 to individuals, couples, groups, and children. He uses cognitive behavioral approaches to treat a variety of mental health issues ranging from depression, anxiety, and chemical dependency to schizophrenia. He has worked on crisis intervention teams, inpatient settings, outpatient clinics, and child, adult, and older adults programs. Mr. Lane works with children by utilizing cognitive behavioral approaches and play therapy. He has been a member and chapter officer for Association for Play Therapy and received training in play therapy. Mr. Lane accepts a variety of insurances and practices both long- and short-term therapy.

Javier Panameno Campos, LCSW

Javier Panameno Campos is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a masters of Social Work degree. He graduated from California State University San Bernardino in June 2007. Born in El Salvador, Central America, he obtained a BS degree in Psychology and then emigrated to the US in 1989. He got a Vocational Certificate on Alcohol and Drugs Studies from San Bernardino Valley College in 2004. He works with teenagers aged 16 years and older, and has experience with individuals, couples, families, and groups. He specializes in substance abuse issues, psychiatric illnesses (e.g. schizophrenia and bipolar disorder), depression and anxiety disorders, couples counseling, phase-of-life problems (e.g., divorce), blended family issues, acculturation issues, and personality disorders. Javier has been doing therapy since 2005, accepts most insurance and practices both long- and short-term therapy. He often uses cognitive behavioral and solution-focused therapies. Treatment can be done both in English and Spanish.

Javier Panameño Campos es un trabajador social clínico con licencia con una maestría en trabajo social. Se graduó de la “California State University San Bernardino” en Junio del 2007. Nacido en El Salvador, Centro América, allí obtuvo una licenciatura en Psicología y emigró a los Estados Unidos en 1989. Obtuvo un Certificado Vocacional en Estudios de Alcohol y Drogas de el “San Bernardino Valley College” en el 2004. El trabaja con adolescentes de 16 años y mayores y tiene experiencia con individuos, parejas, familias y grupos. Se especializa en problemas de abuso de sustancias, enfermedades mentales (ejemplo, eschizofrenia y desorden bipolar), depresión y ansiedad, consejería de parejas, problemas transitorios de la vida (ejemplo, divorcio), familias mezcladas, problemas de aculturación, y trastornos de la personalidad. Javier ha sido un terapista por más de cinco años y acepta la mayor parte de las compañías de seguro and practica tanto la terapia corta como la de largo plazo. El utiliza terapias cognitiva-conductuales y centradas en la solución. El tratamiento puede ser hecho en inglés o en español.

Esther Ruth Youngman, LCSW

Esther Ruth Youngman, LCSW

Ruthie Youngman is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 10 years of experience in the mental health field. In 2004 she graduated from Loma Linda University with a master's degree in Social Work, following a bachelor of Social Work degree in 2002. For the past six years she has been working specifically in psychiatric facilities assisting adolescents and adults overcome issues related to depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and eating disorders. Her primary areas of clinical interest are working with adolescents dealing with depression, life transitions, and other developmentally based issues. Ruthie’s therapy style includes cognitive behavioral, family systems, and working with the person within their environment.

Diana Bernhardy, LCSW

Diana Bernhardy, LCSW

Diana Bernhardy is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a master's degree in Direct Practice. She received her MSW from Highland University in Las Vegas, NM in 1984 and has been practicing in various capacities, including Outpatient Mental Health, Inpatient Psychiatric for adolescents, Senior Citizen's Agency, and Forensic Psychiatric Hospital. She also serves with the Board of Behavioral Sciences as an Expert Subject Matter in the development of the LCSW state licensing exam for independent practice since 1985. Areas of clinical interest and specialties include working with late adolescents and adult populations, and individuals with varying degrees of mental disorders. She has worked with culturally and ethnically diverse groups in the treatment of depression, anxiety disorders, bereavement, issues related to aging, and psychosis and mood disorders. Primarily works with individuals ages 17 and above. Treatment can be done both in English and Spanish.