Rebecca Graeber, Program and Compliance Manager

Rebecca was first with Allies in Caring as a Behavioral Assistant in 2015. Now, she is currently the Service Coordinator for the organization. She oversees and ensures the organization’s providers are given continuous support while acting as a liaison between Agencies, Therapists, and Behavioral Assistants. Prior to working for the agency, Rebecca volunteered for The Bancroft School, Bankbridge Elementary School, and Inspira Medical Center. Rebecca holds a Bachelors of Science in Social and Behavioral Studies from Stockton University.

Brian Morris, Administrative Manager

Brian started with the organization as a volunteer in 2015. He keeps the organization up-to-date with the latest technology to maximize efficiency, and also helps the staff with any technical obstacles that may arise. Brian holds a Bachelor’s in Science for Computer Science and Information Systems.

Loralei Euchler, HR & Workforce Development Manager

Loralei started with the organization as an intern while completing her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at Stockton University.  In addition to maintaining a well-run HR department, she helps to optimize future growth by handling applications for grants and other funding sources, as well as ensuring that agency registrations and documentation are up-to-date.  Loralei possesses a strong personal drive and enthusiasm for life; in her free time she enjoys spending time outdoors, pursuing academic and athletic goals, and engaging in artistic endeavors.

Amy Ashenfelter, Clinical Director

Amy Ashenfelter is the Clinical Director of Allies in Caring and a Masters level therapist. She holds a Master’s Degree in Counseling and Applied Psychology from Rowan University and a certificate from Drexel University in Applied Behavior Analysis and is currently pursuing BCBA certification.  She has post-graduate training in play therapy, mindfulness and motivational interviewing with experience using CBT, sand tray and art as therapy.  Amy uses an eclectic, strengths based approach that values the importance of the family system.

She has extensive experience working with children and families affected by DCPP involvement, foster care, adoption, trauma, stress, grief/loss, AD/HD, anger issues, mood disorders, and abandonment/neglect.  She has had opportunities to work with child survivors of human trafficking and a solid understanding of the challenges, needs and resources for children and families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders.