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With more than 40 years of combined experience, Tonja and Cary have helped hundreds of families, adults and children.

 

Tonja and Cary both earned graduate degrees from Syracuse University.  They are married and have lived and worked in the Syracuse area for over 20 years.  Recognizing the value of collaborative work, they have established relationships with local schools, physicians and community professionals.
  • TONJA
    RECTOR

    M.A. LMFT

Tonja Rector, M.A. LMFT
Tonja is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Tonja has 20 years experience providing outpatient mental health services to individuals, couples, families and children. She received an undergraduate degree from Colorado State University and a Masters Degree from Syracuse University.

Tonja has been in private practice since 1997 and offers individual, family, couple and play therapy. She offers treatment for a wide range of issues including depression, marital problems, anxiety, behavioral problems and parent-child problems. Tonja specializes in treatment for adolescent girls and couples.

Tonja utilizes a family systems approach to assist children, teens, couples and families address concerns regarding behaviors, mood, academic problems and relationship problems. Tonja offers treatment tailored to meet the specific needs of each client. She works in collaboration with schools, physicians and other professionals to help clients meet their treatment goals.

  • CARY
    RECTOR

    M.S. LMHC

Cary Rector, M.S. LMHC
Cary is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. Cary has over 25 years experience providing outpatient mental health services to individuals, couples, families and children. He received an undergraduate degree from Indiana University and a Masters Degree from Syracuse University.

Cary has been in private practice since 1984 and specializes in working with families and children. He offers treatment for a wide variety of issues with a specialization in working with families and children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. He also treats anxiety, depression, behavioral problems, parent-child difficulties and marital issues.

Using a non-judgemental approach, Cary helps children, teens and their families overcome problems with behaviors, self-esteem, mood, socialization, academic problems and loss. He works with separated/divorced parents to establish a two-home system that minimizes the impact on the children. Cary works in collaboration with physicians, schools and other professionals to meet the treatment goals of each client.