Meet Our Professional Staff

Our professional staff includes board certified child psychiatrists, adult psychiatrists, psychotherapists, learning consultants, organizational consultants and nutritionists.

Syam Kunam, MD

Syam Kunam, MD

Syam Kunam, MD is the CEO of Inland Psychiatric Medical Group. He is a Board certified Adult psychiatrist and specializes in the mood disorders. Also treats Adolescents.

Dr. Kunam graduated medical school at Sri Venkateswara Medical College in India in 1979. He completed his residency in 1990 at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, MI. Dr. Kunam has worked in the Inland Empire for over 20 years.

Practicing locations : Redlands, Palm Springs, Hemet, Rancho Cucamonga, Hesperia

Julie G. Wareham, MD

Julie G. Wareham, MD

Dr. Julie Wareham practices psychiatry in Hemet and Redlands, California.

Dr. Wareham graduated from medical school at Loma Linda University in 1986. She completed her psychiatric residency at Loma Linda University in 1990. She has worked in the Inland Empire for the last 21 years.

Practicing locations : Palm Springs, Redlands, Hesperia

Visit Chatsuthiphan, MD

Chatsuthiphan MD

Dr. Chats is a psychiatrist with over 32 years of psychiatric experiences including adult, children, adolescent, geriatric, forensic, teaching, and administration. He received his MD. degree in 1973 from Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand. Dr. Visit Chatsuthiphan completed his Psychiatric Residency Training in 1978 from Manhattan Psychiatric Ctr., Columbia University affiliated programs including training at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, New York Psychiatric Institute, Harlem Hospital, and Roosevelt Hospital in New York. He was a Clinical Instructor, Department of Psychiatry & The Behavioral Sciences, at University of Southern California School of Medicine 1978 -1979, and an Assistant Clinical Professor, Loma Linda University 1979 – 1981. Currently Dr. Visit Chatsuthiphan accepts new patients age 5 - 70 years old.

Practicing locations : Moreno Valley, Redlands

BHUVANESWARI NALLAMOTHU, MD

Bhuvaneswari Nallamothu, MD

Diplomate, The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
Dr Nallamothu is board certified adult psychiatrist with a fellowship education in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry from Baylor College of Medicine. She is currently accepting children, adolescents and adult patients in with most commercial insurance plans.
She also has active consulting privileges in Menifee Valley Medical Center, Temecula Valley Medical Center, Inland Valley Medical Center and Rancho Springs Medical Center.

Practicing locations : Moreno Valley, Hemet, Sun City

Anthony Dai Duk, MD

Anthony Dai Duk, MD

Dr. Duk is a board certified adult and general psychiatrist educated and trained at Loma Linda University’s Medical School and Medical Center. Dr. Duk works with adults of all ages and teens over the age of 16. He has worked at the Veterans’ Administration (VA) Hospital in Loma Linda for 4 years and is experienced in treating post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, schizophrenia, bipolar mood disorder, family/marital problems and substance abuse. Dr. Duk uses various approaches with philosophical/ Christian counseling and cognitive behavioral techniques to help many patients.

Practicing locations : Redlands, Hemet

David Desai, MD

David Desai, MD

Practicing locations : Redlands, Rancho Cucamonga, Hemet

Sigrid Formantes MD

Sigrid Formantes M.D.

Dr. Sigrid Formantes is a Board-certified general psychiatrist. She earned her medical degree at the University of the Philippines, and completed her general psychiatry residency at the Brookdale Hospital and Medical Center in New York. She has been in practice since 2008 seeing adults 18 years and older.

Practicing locations : Redlands, Rancho Cucamonga

Hozair Syed, MD

Hozair Syed, MD

Practicing locations : Rancho Cucamonga, Claremont

Ganguly Anindita, Ph.D.

Ganguly Anindita, Ph.D.

Dr. Anindita Ganguly is a licensed clinical psychologist and full time core faculty member at Argosy University, Orange County campus. Her primary research interest is regarding integration of spirituality and positive psychology and she is currently working with Dr. Anne Swanson at Argosy University on a research project. Dr. Ganguly did her predoctoral work at Kaiser Permanente at Woodland Hills and Reseda, and at the Switzer Center. She completed a one year postdoctoral fellowship working with children and adolescents at the Switzer center. Dr. Ganguly has also previously taught as an adjunct professor at Loma Linda University, and the California School of Professional Psychology-Los Angeles at Alliant International University. She spent five years after licensure working at the San Bernardino County-Children System of Care (CSOC), providing assessment, treatment planning and placement of high risk children and adolescents in group homes. After CSOC, Dr. Ganguly worked for another five years in the outpatient community mental health clinic at San Bernardino County providing psychological services to diverse children, adolescents, adults and their families. She also functioned as an adjunct supervisor for psychology interns at San Bernardino County, Department of Behavioral Health (APA Approved Psychology Internship program. Dr. Ganguly is currently in the process of joining Inland Psychiatric Medical Group, Inc. to work there as a clinical psychologist.

Practicing locations : Hemet

Grace Reid, MD

Grace Reid, MD

Practicing locations : Redlands

Reshma Syed, MD

Reshma Syed, MD

Practicing locations : Claremont, Rancho Cucamonga

Jill M. Miller, MSW, LCSW

Jill M. Miller, MSW, LCSW

Jill Miller is a licensed clinical social worker with a Masters Degree in Social Work from Loma Linda University, and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology from Cal State University, San Bernardino. Jill works with all ages from five years old and up. She has been in the field of social work for about 17 years with a diverse background. Areas of experience include but are not limited to adults and children with abuse and neglect histories, death & dying, chronic illnesses, grief & loss, dual diagnoses. Jill utilizes strength-based, existential, cognitive-behavioral therapy, play therapy, couples counseling, and family counseling. She accepts most major insurances and will see clients on a brief or long term basis.

Practicing locations : Hemet

Eric C. Murillo-Angelo, LCSW

Eric C. Murillo-Angelo, LCSW

Mr. Murillo-Angelo has served in the field of mental health for over 15 years. He has experience as a clinician, board member, administrator and advocate. He has a Master’s degree in Social Work and is a California Board Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Mr. Murillo-Angelo has expertise in mood and anxiety disorders, grief and loss, dual diagnosis, and trauma. Additionally he has experience working in foster care and adoptions, and enjoys working with teens and adults who are experiencing adjustment issues, stress, “men’s issues” and gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) issues.

Practicing locations : Claremont

Debra Manriquez, MFT

Debra Manriquez, MFT

Debra Manriquez is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, with a Master’s of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology. Mrs. Manriquez works with most ages 6 and older. Her experiences range from treatment of depression, bipolar, ADHD, anxiety, marriage, family and relationship systems, substance/alcohol treatment and the family, women’s issues, behavior disorders, and work place issues. Her orientation includes structural family systems, cognitive behavioral therapy and brief/reality therapy. Mrs. Manriquez has been in private practice for some time now following a long history as a clinician, clinical administrator, and director of treatment programs. She accepts most insurances and cash pay clients.

Practicing locations : Redlands, Rancho Cucamonga

William Salvatore

William Salvatore

Practicing locations : Sun City, Moreno Valley

Myriam Aragón, LMFT

Myriam Aragón, LMFT

Myriam received her doctor degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Valle, Colombia, S.A. and is a Licensed Marriage, Family Therapist in the State of California. She provides direct services as an independent contractor in San Bernardino and specializes in providing cultural and linguistic therapy to the first generation Spanish-speaking population. She is experienced in working with both children and adult populations in areas of substance abuse, domestic violence, and mental health issues. Myriam currently is an adjunct Professor at the University of La Verne teaching a Multicultural Counseling class.

Practicing locations : Redlands

Antonio Lourenco, LCSW

Antonio Lourenco, LCSW

Practicing locations : Redlands

Mr. Lourenco is a licensed clinical social worker with a Masters of Social Work Degree. Mr. Lourenco works with adults. Although he has some experience with substance abuse cases, he prefers to work mostly with co-morbidity and dual diagnosis problems, more serious illnesses, affective disorders, and marital crisis. Mr. Lourenco has over 30 years of experience as a clinician along with some experience as an educator and administrator. He can see clients either on a long term or short term basis.

Carol Matthews, PsyD

Carol Matthews, PsyD

Practicing locations : Hemet, Moreno Valley

Charalombos Kyriacou, PsyD

Charalombos Kyriacou, PsyD

Dr Kyriacou is a licensed clinical psychologist currently working with adult patients in a variety of settings. He received his doctorate in 2006, though his experience in the field of therapy dates to 1999. He works within a cognitive-behavioral framework, where thoughts and perceptions are main issues influencing behavior, and vice versa. Dr Kyriacou practices in the Claremont office.

Practicing locations : Rancho Cucamonga, Claremont

Elisee Bastien, PhD

Elisee Bastien, PhD

Practicing locations : Redlands

Jessica Perez, LCSW

Jessica Perez, LCSW

Jessica L. Perez is a is a licensed clinical social worker who graduated from Loma Linda University with her master’s degree in social work in 2003. Her background is primary with forensic clinical social work providing individual therapy and group therapy to the servery mentally ill population. Thus, she has an expertise in mood and anxiety disorders, dual diagnoses and psychotic disorders amongst the forensic population. She also has experience working with clients experiencing PTSD, relationship issues, and adjustment to changes in life events. She prefers to work with clients ages 16 and older, and is also willing to do couples counseling. She enjoys working with issues surrounding adjustment disorders, trauma, and "women issues". Ms. Perez individualizes treatment for each client and frequently works from a combination of treatments that effectively addresses multiple dimensions of mood and impulsivity issues, including but not limited to, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Solution Focused approaches.

Practicing locations : Redlands

Joan Amador, MFT

Joan Amador, MFT

Joan Amador is a registered nurse and a licensed marriage and family therapist. She treats adults out of the Redlands and Claremont office. She has 20+ years of experience working with women's issues, anxiety and stress, addictions, developmenta and chronic mental illness, abuse, mood disorders, bereavement, communications, life transition, anger management, and self esteem. She beleives that everyone has a right to be heard and understood, to have peace and satisfaction with themselves and the life they lead. Each human being has a unique makeup with different needs and issues and it is her utmost priority to be available to assist and maximize the potential for this in a caring and sensitive enviroment.

Practicing locations : Claremont

Kenneth Webb, MFT

Kenneth Webb, MFT

Kenneth Webb is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist. He has Doctor of Psychology in Marriage Family Therapy and a Master of Sciences in Psychological Counseling. He is a Christian therapist that works mainly from a Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy modality but uses Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy, Eye Movement Dissertation and Reprocessing (EMDR), Mindfulness, and Family System Theory. He works with all age clients from 6-years-old and up. He works with depressive disorders, bipolar disorders, anxiety disorders, PTSD, OCD, phobias, substance abuse or other addictions, schizophrenia, marital or relational issues, and parenting issues. He has a lot of experience with children and adolescents with ADHD, behavioral issues, mood disorders, anxiety disorders and substance abuse issues. He is also a retired US Air Force Master Sergeant.

Practicing locations : Redlands, Moreno Valley

Laura DelMar, LCSW

Laura DelMar, LCSW

Practicing locations : Rancho Cucamonga, Claremont

Linda Hibbs, LCSW

Linda Hibbs, LCSW

Practicing locations : Claremont, Rancho Cucamonga

Mark Wrathall, PsyD

Mark Wrathall, PsyD

Practicing locations : Rancho Cucamonga, Redlands, Claremont

Marlynn Banta, MFT

Marlynn Banta, MFT

Practicing locations : Redlands

Rene Keres, PsyD

Rene Keres, PsyD

Dr. Keres has a doctorate in Clinical Psychology and has been licensed since 2008. She has worked in the mental health field for the past 26 years in various capacities. She is currently an administrator and clinician. Dr. Keres works with adolescents, adults and couples from a Gestalt approach. Her areas of competence includes those who have had a history of trauma, depression, anxiety, psychosis, and personality disorders. Dr. Keres also works with the LGBT community.

Practicing locations : Redlands

Rhonda Smith, MFT

Rhonda Smith, MFT

Practicing locations : Moreno Valley

Robert Manriquez, LCSW

Robert Manriquez, LCSW

Robert J. Manriquez is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with Masters Degree in Clinical Social Work. Mr. Manriquez has worked i1 t the mental health field for more than 30 years. His clinical orientation is in Structural Family and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. His belief is that "Happi11ess", physical, emotional and spiritual is a choice and it comes through hard work. Mr. Manriquez works with almost all ages over seven years old and his expertise is with depression, anxiety, panic, oppositional deliance, ADHD, work place stress and couples.

Practicing locations : Rancho Cucamonga

Sjoekje Sasbone, LCSW

Sjoekje Sasbone, LCSW

Ms. Sasbone has served the mental health field for over 16 years in a variety of capacities. This has included educator, administrator, philanthropist, board member, and clinician. She has a Master's degree in Social Work and is a California Board Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She has an expertise in mood and anxiety disorders, dual diagnoses and psychotic disorders amongst the forensic population. Additionally, she enjoys working with teens and adults alike who have issues surrounding adjustment disorders, trauma, "women issues" and gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) issues.

Practicing locations : Claremont

Joseph, C. Lamon, MFT

Joseph, C. Lamon, MFT

Joseph has been practicing as a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist for over twenty five years. He received his Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University in 1980. As a specialist in Stress Management, hypnosis and mind-body work, he is dedicated to bringing patients of all backgrounds into a healing environment and providing useful tools for them to help themselves. As well as being a member of AAMFT, CAMFT, and the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, he has training in Cognitive Therapy, EMDR, Gambling and other addictions. Joseph is an extremely talented and innovative therapist whose life work is in helping people heal.

Practicing locations : Palmsprings

Steve Johnson, MS, LMFT

Steve Johnson, MFT

Hi, I'm Steve Johnson. I am a California State Licensed Marriage and Family Psychotherapist (LMFT). I've been providing mental health services in California since 1994. I work with a wide range of individuals, including Adults, children, adolescents, couples and families. My focus includes ADHD, Anxiety, Couples Issues and Depression. In addition, I have extensive background in EEG Neurofeedback and Traditional Biofeedback therapies. Over the years, I have learned that people often want to make changes in their lives but struggle with the challenge of understanding and of making sense of their emotions. I view myself as actively supportive in this process of change, appreciating the common and unique personal characteristics that each person brings to therapy. Listening to my clients is paramount. Essentially, I seek to understand, appreciate and to help clarify the changes that each person uniquely desires whether individually or in their relationships.

Practicing locations : Redlands

Kimberly Hall, Psy.D.

Kimberly Hall, Psy.D.

Dr. Kimberly Hall is a licensed clinical psychologist with a doctorate from California School of Professional Psychology – Los Angeles. She has been a licensed psychologist for over ten years and has worked extensively with adolescents and families. Her areas of expertise include those who have a history of trauma, sexual offenders, victims of sexual abuse, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), oppositional defiant disorder, anxiety disorders, and depression. She is currently the Clinical Director of a group home agency and has experience working with gang members and incarcerated individuals. Currently, she sees clients at the Moreno Valley and Hemet office locations and is accepting new clients.

Practicing locations : Moreno Valley, Hemet

JOSEPH McCARTY, PHD

JOSEPH McCARTY, PHD

Dr. McCarty has worked with clients of all ages and backgrounds. He is skilled in psychological evaluation, with domains including cognitive/intelligence, personality/emotional functioning, developmental, functional skills, achievement, and diagnostic domains. His testing has been used to answer important questions with regard to learning and behavior issues, emotional dynamics, developmental and decision-making competencies, reality testing, social relating, stress coping and adjustment, and answering hard-to-define questions when there's a sense that "something else is going on here." His reports often stand out for appreciating the individual as a person, and for seeing the whole style of compensatory strengths and abilities of a person as opposed to merely issues and limitations. Dr. McCarty is also skilled in consultation, coaching, and training for parents, caregivers, clinical professionals, and supervisors who are looking for strategies and and a broader understanding of human lifespan dynamics. In counseling, Dr. McCarty takes a supportive, problem-solving approach that draws upon cognitive-behavioral, acceptance-based, play/projective, paradoxical and humanistic means to help clients understand their needs and situation, and use strengths and resources to "get unstuck." His approach to communication and clinical encounters is to find common ground and share understanding that gives clients the power to shape their world.

Practicing locations : Moreno Valley, Hemet

SUNNI VANWAARDENBURGH

SUNNI VANWAARDENBURGH

Sunni Van Waardenburg has been Licensed and working as Marriage and Family Therapist for over 5 years and in the field for about 10 years. She utilizes a variety of treatment modalities including but not limited to, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused, and Strength based models and has specialty training in working with toddlers utilizing the Parent/Child Psychotherapy model. She has experience in treating a variety of mental health issues which includes ADHD, Depression, Bipolar, Anxiety, Adjustment Disorders, Psychosis, abuse/neglect cases, substance abuse, and Spectrum Disorders. She has experience in working with children, adolescents, and families providing individual, family, collateral, and parenting support.
“I genuinely care about helping my patients’ grow and tailor each patient’s treatment to their specific needs and strengths. I continue to attend workshops and trainings to add to my knowledge and grow as a professional.”

Practicing locations : HEMET, SUN CITY

Terry Porter

Terry Porter

Practicing locations : Moreno Valley

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