Our Clinicians

Nancy MacGregor, MA, ATR-BC, LPC, ACS

Clinical Director

Nancy believes in the power of the therapeutic relationship, and that everyone has the strength to improve his or her relationship with the world, given the opportunity. In her practice, she utilizes traditional therapeutic and creative therapeutic approaches, which allow for an open dialogue between client, self, and therapist in a non-threatening way. This approach can be effective in learning new coping skills, communication skills, and identifying areas of conflict and strength. Nancy focuses on implementing immediate skills to manage current issues as well as focusing on how to break past patterns of self-defeating thoughts or feelings and where those patterns may stem from. She provides a safe and comfortable environment to explore and learn and from which move forward.

Nancy received a BFA from the University of Arizona and is still an active artist. She received her Master’s degree from Drexel University, where she also taught graduate students for ten years. She is registered and board-certified by the American Art Therapy Association and holds the Licensed Professional Counselor certification in the states of New Jersey and Pennsylvania. She is a nationally accredited supervisor and presents at local conferences and workshops on a range of topics. Nancy is an Honorary Lifetime Member and former president of the Delaware Valley Art Therapy Associations and is also the recipient of their “Excellence in Supervision” award.

Nancy knew she wanted to work with the Harmony Bay team as soon as she walked through the doors for the first time. She believes in their philosophy of honoring everyone in their process with dignity and unconditional support.

“We are all broken, that is how the light gets in” – Ernest Hemingway

Jennifer Adamski, LCSW

TeleHealth Director

Jennifer grew up in Bergen County, NJ and relocated to South Jersey during her college years. Not being a stranger to overcoming adversity, she left high school at 16 but later went on to graduate Summa Cum Laude from college for both her undergraduate and graduate school programs. By obtaining a Masters in Social Work from Stockton University, she was able to pursue her goal, empowering others to overcome the challenges in their own lives.

Jennifer furthered her education by obtaining her credentials as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and a certified Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapist (TF-CBT). She attended clinical training in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT). Furthermore, she is a certified trainer in QPR, a model for suicide prevention, and has worked as an advocate for the prevention of suicide as the previous Salem County coordinator for the Traumatic Loss Coalition.

Jennifer has experience working with individuals across the lifespan in a variety of levels of care. After college, she went on to work in supervisory roles in both residential and outpatient services. She provided evidenced-based treatment to children, adolescents, adults, and families in an outpatient setting and worked as an intensive in-community therapist for youth. Jennifer managed programs related to the provision of mental health services for veterans and military families and worked as an advocate in the veteran community for several years.

As the Director of Telehealth Services, Jennifer is excited about the prospect of breaking down barriers to quality mental health treatment by using technology to reach more people in need of these services.

“Showing gratitude is one of the simplest yet most powerful things humans can do for each other.” – Randy Pausch, The Last Lecture

Uros Koprivica, APN

Uros’ interest in mental health grew while taking psychology courses at Goucher College.  He initially worked as a counselor, eventually deciding to pursue a career in nursing after working in a children’s residential treatment center.  He has worked in nursing with a variety of individuals and families since graduating from Salisbury University in 2002.  He started his career as a nurse practitioner at the Philadelphia Prison System in 2007 after graduating with a 4.0 GPA from the University of Maryland.  For eight years, he worked at Rutgers University Behavioral Health, where he developed an interest in working with persons who have co-occurring addiction and mental health needs; while there, he received an award for his clinical work.  Uros has taught at Rutgers University, mentored nurse practitioner students, and has been on faculty at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine.

He is a Marylander of Serbian descent.  He moved to New Jersey in 2006.  In his free time, he enjoys fishing and being in nature.

“No one is useless in this world who lightens the burden of another”- Charles Dickens (1812-1870)

Dr. Andrea Papa, DO

Psychiatrist

Dr. Papa is double board-certified in Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine. She believes in using medications when indicated as well as therapy treatments. She was trained in CBT and was given the Excellence in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy during her residency program. She uses supportive therapy with each client she sees. During her residency, she served as Chief Resident and was awarded the Overall Excellence in Psychiatry Award as well as the Clinical Excellence Award.

Dr. Papa treats an array of psychiatric disorders however, her true passion is treating clients with Substance Use Disorders. She is a strong believer in Medication Assisted Treatment and is certified to treat Opioid Use Disorder with Buprenorphine. She also has vast experience in treating women’s issues such as peripartum mood disorders. She finds it extremely rewarding to watch clients enjoy their lives when symptoms begin to improve. Dr. Papa also has the experience and enjoys working with clients with Eating Disorders and collaborates with their Primary Care Physician to assist them in regaining their health and improving symptoms.

Her background includes receiving a B.A. from Franklin and Marshall College in Latin American Studies. She went on to receive an M.A in Educational Psychology from New York University. While at NYU she was given the opportunity to spend the summer in Geneva, Switzerland studying child development. Dr. Papa received her medical degree from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, which taught her to integrate mind, body, and spirit when designing a treatment plan for a client.  She completed my residency at Drexel University College of Medicine. Her training consisted of extensive inpatient and crisis training as well as four years of training in CBT and psychoanalysis.   Upon completing my residency Dr. Papa has worked in partial hospitals, intensive outpatient settings, residential treatment, and outpatient clinics.

Dr. Allen Masry, MD

Psychiatrist

Dr.  Masry is Board Certified in both Adult and Addiction Psychiatry and has been practicing since 2005. He completed his residency from Tufts University in Boston, Massachusetts and his Fellowship in Addictions from the Robert Johnson Wood Foundation. In 2014, Dr. Masry was named SJ Magazine’s top addiction psychiatrist.

He has experience working with adults as well as adolescents suffering from both addiction and psychiatric diagnosis and has extensive experience working in both out-patient and in-patient settings. Dr. Masry has held many administrative roles, including acting Chief of Psychiatry at Ancora State Hospital. He has a passion for teaching and is an adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychiatry-Rowen School of Osteopathic Medicine.

Melissa Cramutolo, LSW, LCADC

Therapist

Growing up in South Jersey, Melissa was a creative, introspective, and curious child who loved to read, write, and learn. She moved to New York City at 18 to pursue her dream of studying at NYU. During her studies in speech therapy, Melissa became deeply interested in her psychology classes and developed an enthusiasm for learning about the inner workings of the human mind. She graduated with a B.S in Speech Therapy in 2014, but realized she felt a stronger pull to the human development field. It was at this time she began a new journey on the path to personal development and spiritual growth, and subsequently discovered her true passion: helping others to reach their highest potential as individuals.

Melissa is a Licensed Social Worker (LSW) and Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LCADC) specializing in the treatment of trauma and addictions. She is passionate about walking clients through the healing journey and believes that through facing our struggles we are able to find and embrace our unique strengths and purpose.

Melissa’s approach treats the root of presenting symptoms and addresses the core belief systems that drive problematic patterns. She is trained in EMDR, an evidence-based trauma treatment model designed to reprocess memories that may be leading to symptoms. Melissa integrates EMDR with other treatment modalities (CBT, DBT, Internal Family Systems, Somatic Experiencing) to meet the individualized needs of the client.

“We will discover the nature of our particular genius when we stop trying to conform to our own or to other people’s models, learn to be ourselves, and allow our natural channel to open” – Shakti Gawain

Diana Cofsky, LPC

Diana is a licensed professional counselor that has been working in behavioral health for over 20 years. She is a lifelong resident of South Jersey and obtained her Bachelors/Master’s degree from La Salle University in Philadelphia.

Diana has been fortunate to have backgrounds in both addiction and mental health at all levels of care, including inpatient residential, IOP and outpatient. Diana ‘s approach to therapy is client centered, using a variety of modalities including CBT, DBT and family systems therapy. She believes in the mind/body connection and offers guided imagery as a stress reduction technique.

She is compassionate towards her clients, while encouraging them to be independent and self-reliant. She believes that when clients bravely work through their trauma-their lives can be transformed.

Diana is grateful to be a part of the team at Harmony Bay and doing what she loves!

Have patience with all things, but first of all with yourself – St. Francis De Sales