Staff Contact Information
Here is a brief bio for each member of the EOTS team. A link to our preferred email address appears below our bio.
John Weaver, LCSW, MSW, BCD, ACSW is an EOTS founding partner and a clinical therapist at Olivewood Counseling. He is a former Casework Supervisor for Northampton County Mental Health. He also worked as a therapist for Concern and he has held several adjunct teaching positions. John has been an active volunteer and instructor with the American Red Cross since 1991. ARC has presented him the Clara Barton Honor Award for Meritorious Volunteer Leadership. He is donating half of his royalties from his 1995 book, Disasters: Mental Health Interventions to the ARC National Disaster Relief Fund and his publisher is matching his donation.
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Dick Williams, MSW, ACSW is an EOTS founding partner and a former member of the Adjunct Faculty at Marywood University's Graduate School of Social Work, where he served as their Coordinator of Field Education and Admissions for the Lehigh Valley and Reading Campuses. He has worked in numerous clinical, supervisory, and administrative capacities in both public and private sector social service agencies, including 17 years with the VA. He has been a volunteer and instructor for the American Red Cross DMH team since 1991.
Marcy Vogel, Ph.D., RN is an EOTS founding partner and is retired from her position as a certified school nurse at Northampton Area Junior High School. She has taught about human sexuality to all age levels in a variety of settings, including religious institutions, public school settings, and universities. Her research and writing interests include using humor as a teaching strategy, critical thinking skills in education and life decisions, and qualitative research.
Sue Dietrich, LCSW, CMFSW is a founding partner in Olivewood Counseling, Bethlehem, PA. She is known in the Lehigh Valley and surrounding areas for her work with children who have experienced trauma. She is a credentialed Masters of Forensic Social Work with an MSW from Marywood University. Sue has been working with children and families in a number of settings since 1985. She is also a disaster mental health volunteer with the American Red Cross.