Faculty
Rebecca Low Marchand, PsyD

Rebecca Low Marchand, PsyD

Program Director

Dr. Marchand is a Clinical Psychologist at the Pine Rest Southwest Clinic where she provides individual and family utilizing systems and attachment based theory. Dr. Marchand specializes in evaluating and treating individuals with attachment issues, trauma, mood disorders, and parent-child relationship issues. She has received specialized training in perinatal mood disorders, sand tray therapy, play therapy, and EMDR.

Dr. Marchand obtained her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Michigan State University. She earned her Master’s and doctoral degrees in Clinical Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University in Chicago, and she completed her internship and postdoctoral training in Massachusetts at Comprehensive Outpatient Services, Inc.  Dr. Marchand serves as an individual supervisor for the Psychology Internship and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship. Dr. Marchand also teaches the development lectures for the C&A Psychiatric Fellowship, serves on the Quality Improvement Committee for Pine Rest PPG, and is a Blue Cross Blue Shield supervisor.

Elizabeth Cyr, PsyD

Child & Adolescent Faculty

Elizabeth Cyr, PsyD is a Clinical Psychologist at the Pine Rest Northwest Clinic where she specializes in treating a wide range of individuals using an Interpersonal-Humanistic Existential framework. Dr. Cyr has particular interest in issues related to grief and loss, meaning making, trauma, personality disorders and perinatal mood disorders.

Dr. Cyr received her Master’s degree and doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University in Chicago, IL. She completed her internship at Pine Rest where she now serves as a supervisor for psychology interns and postdoctoral clinicians. Dr. Cyr has conducted professional trainings on self-care for mental health care workers and Borderline Personality Disorder as well as grief and loss.

Charles Grayson, PhD

Child & Adolescent Track

Anne Manees, PsyD

Child & Adolescent Faculty, Supervisor

Dr. Manees is a licensed clinical psychologist who works with children, adolescents and families. Dr. Manees obtained her Bachelor’s Degree from Hope College in Holland, MI. She earned both her Master of Arts and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from George Fox University in Oregon. After her predoctoral internship at Butler University, she completed a fellowship at the Riley Hospital for Children’s Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND) Program at the Indiana University School of Medicine.   Dr. Manees specializes in evaluating and treating individuals with autism spectrum disorders, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, special health care needs, disruptive behavior, intellectual disability, trauma, learning difficulties, depression, anxiety and parent-child relationship issues. She has also received specialized training in infant mental health and early childhood issues.

Bernice Patterson, PhD

Bernice Patterson, PsyD

Child & Adolescent Track

Daniel Post PsyD

Daniel Post, PsyD

Child & Adolescent Track

Diana Ro, PsyD

Diana Ro, PsyD

Child & Adolescent Track

Dr. Ro earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Social Behavior from University of California at Irvine. She received her Master’s degree in Psychology and Christian Leadership as well as her Doctorate of Psychology degree from Fuller Graduate School of Psychology in Pasadena, CA. Dr. Ro enjoys working with children, adolescents and adults. She specializes in multicultural issues, such as ethnic identity development, sexual orientation and gender identity and religious/spiritual issues.