For more information:

(603) 247-4191 / drrobin@insightsgroup.net

1245 Washington Road

Rye, New Hampshire 03870

For more information:

(603) 247-4191 / drrobin@insightsgroup.net

1245 Washington Road

Rye, New Hampshire 03870

Our Team

At an individual or organizational level, the professionals at Insights can help you achieve your personal and professional goals.

We offer a diverse selection of opportunities to achieve your best including cognitive behavior therapy,  psychological assessments, coaching, professional development,  and research.

Dr. Robin Buckley

Cognitive Behavioral Therapist
(603) 247-4191

As a cognitive behavioral therapist, and with my PhD in Clinical and School Psychology from Hofstra University, my work focuses on preteens, adolescent and adult patients, and couples. I help individuals successfully manage issues impacting their lives, and then create plans to accomplish their life goals without the burden of clinical issues.

Therapy might be the one place which allows you to be your true self, without apologies, qualifiers or defenses. My sessions allow patients space to focus on and be themselves, away from societal pressures and daily demands. My goal is help clients determine what their roadblocks are, and what are the best strategies to effectively manage these blocks. Whether managing anxiety, depression, life transitions or challenges, or other cognitive, behavioral and emotional struggles, my use of cognitive behavioral therapy can help you achieve your therapeutic goals and return to living the life you want, equipped with concrete strategies.

My belief is that mental health should be as important as physical health. Whether looking for support during a time of crisis, or scheduling annual “check ups” to support continued mental wellness, my work focuses on helping individuals and couples improve and maintain their overall mental well-being.

I have also published two books: Voices from the Village: Advice for girls on the verge of adulthood (2016) and Dissertation and Research Success: Hands-on coaching for doctoral success before, during and after your dissertation (2013).

Dr. Tom Grebouski

Cognitive Behavioral Therapist, LCMHC
(603) 319-4418

Change is an important but challenging part of life. These changes are hard to manage and seeking support can help to reduce the stress. I specialize in the treatment of anxiety and the related challenges as they impact youth and adults. I utilize cognitive behavior therapy and individualized video tools as appropriate to personalize and speed the return to optimal functioning. Therapy dog support is incorporated into the therapy sessions as appropriate for my client’s needs.

Treatment is also available for a range of overlapping clinical issues including depression, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), attention deficit/ hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), and behavioral issues utilizing applied behavior analysis (ABA) practices. I also supervise behavioral support as a BCBA-D.

Professional development workshops and parent information seminars are another part of my professional work. Helping parents and educators understand how best to support their children and students as they deal with mental health challenges helps to create the supportive environment that can help them prosper. Helping professional groups to optimize performance by reducing roadblocks allows for growth toward greater personal satisfaction and outcomes.

Dr. Sharyn Drew

School Psychologist

I graduated with a dual PhD in Educational Psychology and Counseling Psychology from Northeastern University and completed my post-doctoral fellowship in Child and Adolescent Neuropsychology at Mass General for Children at North Shore Medical Center. Since 2005, I have worked as a school psychologist and a consulting school psychologist within NH and MA public school systems. I specialize in comprehensive psychological and psychoeducational evaluations for children and adolescents, and neuropsychological evaluation for adults. My evaluations include the assessment of learning disorders, intellectual disabilities, attentional and executive function disorders, behavioral disorders, anxiety and depressive disorders, and autism spectrum disorders.

Prior to working as a school psychologist, I worked for ten years as a LICSW specializing in the treatment of children with trauma and attachment disorders. My goal is to help parents and educators better understand a child or adolescent’s learning style and social-emotional functioning. With greater understanding, the individual, along with their parents and educational team, will move forward in finding solution-focused interventions that promote personal growth and academic success.

Elian M. Beattie, M.S., LMHC

Cognitive Behavioral Therapist

Beginning therapy or finding the right therapist can often seem overwhelming if you are not sure where to start. My clients receive individualized, evidence-based treatment approaches that allow them to be empowered to challenge and change aspects of themselves and their lives they want to be different. My approach is genuine, compassionate, and a combination of unconditional support and being held accountable when needed. Each session is a place for you to be your authentic self and take a closer look at thought and behavioral patterns that may be holding you back from where or who you want to be.

My background in residential treatment settings specializing in eating disorders and obsessive compulsive disorders has prepared me to help those who are not sure if change is possible. I use a combination of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and exposure and response prevention (ERP) to help bring you change that will last a lifetime. I have expertise working with adolescents through older adults struggling with body image issues, an unhealthy relationship with food and exercise, and obsessive needs for control, order, and perfection. Additionally, I work with those struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship issues, and grief. I am committed to treating each individual as a whole and seeing every person’s strengths and potential.

Jonathan R. Stearns, M.Ed.

Marriage and Family Counselor

Individual, and family therapy, benefit from three basic ideas: 1) change is always possible, 2) people desire self-improvement and to learn from their experiences, and 3) people long to connect with others in healthy, validating ways. Through goal setting and persistent rehearsal, I guide my clients to eliminate fear of failure, accept the probability that mistakes will happen, and become motivated by the ongoing process of self-examination. Using cognitive-behavioral therapy, solution-focused and person-centered approaches in my therapeutic practice, my clients achieve the successful changes they desire.

As a practicing school psychologist, I have worked with children and families experiencing challenges involving anxiety, depression, learning disorders, emotional disturbances, autism spectrum disorders, reactive attachments, trauma, and attention-deficit and hyperactivity disorder. As a marriage and family therapist, I can provide therapy to the “whole person” by treating ineffective communication and interactions occurring within the family. I believe that active parent, spouse and family involvement in the therapeutic process is the cornerstone of a client’s development and one of the strongest indicators of future success. My theoretical orientation works to create solutions at individual and systems levels for these long-term changes.

Dr. Timothy A. Delicath

Data Analytics, Research Consultant

Functioning as an executive and business process analyst for the past 15 years, Dr. Timothy Delicath’s background focuses on research and data analysis in identifying patterns and trends for continuous improvement and strategic planning. In addition, Tim’s work within organizations includes conducting seminars and workshops to facilitate process improvement and data-driven decision making, assessment and evaluation, and strategic leadership. His experience working as a doctoral faculty member and dissertation mentor enables Tim to help doctoral students focus on a researchable topic and create and direction to complete their dissertations, and ultimately accomplish their educational goals.

Quintin Sukop

Operations Consultant

With Insights Training Group since 2008, Quintin’s 30+ years of management experience, with a focus on staffing, risk management and technology, allow him to provide clients with field-specific suggestions on how to streamline and enhance output of most small and mid-sized business environments. Specialty in a variety of seasonal recreation businesses – where time is crucial – he is keenly aware of these restraints and will apply this urgency in all environments, always paying close attention to risk management on all levels.

Whether in tandem with executive coaching services, or focusing his expertise through the short or long term, on or off-site assessment, we provide results through discovering facets of your operation requiring modification. Quintin creates strategic plans for development and change, providing results through optimizing the efficiency of both staff and data functions.

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