Contact Us

You can call SHARE at any time of night or day, any day of the year: 203-432-2000. You can also call or email us directly.

Jennifer Czincz, Ph.D.

Jennifer is a licensed Clinical Psychologist and an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the Yale School of Medicine. She has also been providing clinical services at the Department of Mental Health and Counseling since 2011. In addition, Jennifer acts as a supervisor to both the Walden Peer Counseling group and Psychology Fellows at the Yale School of Medicine. She completed her Ph.D. at the University of Ottawa in Canada and did both her Predoctoral and Postdoctoral fellowships at Yale University. Her area of expertise is trauma, with specific focus on sexual assault and childhood sexual abuse.

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Cristina Cantu, LCSW  
SHARE Counselor

Cristy is a licensed Clinical Social Worker. She received her Undergraduate Degree from Hampshire College in Anthropology and Latin American Studies. She has a Master of Science degree in Social Work from Columbia University. As a post-graduate associate at Yale Child Study Center, she worked with children and families affected by HIV, and has experience as an adolescent and adult therapist, as well as in psychiatric emergency services at Yale New Haven Hospital. Cristy joined the Share team October 2016 and is bi-lingual in Spanish. 

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Anna Seidner, LMSW
SHARE Counselor

Anna is a Licensed Master Social Worker. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Human Rights and Hispanic Studies at Trinity College in Hartford, CT. Anna also holds a Master of Science in Social Work Degree from Columbia University School of Social Work, where she participated in the Advanced Generalist Practice and Programming track with a concentration in Contemporary Social Issues. As a part of her graduate studies, she completed field work at both ENACT, Inc, a drama therapy program for high school students, and at Day One, a legal and social services agency serving young survivors of intimate partner violence. Anna comes to Yale from Bard College, where she was the Director of Student Affairs for the Bard Globalization and International Affairs Program in New York City.

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SHARE Counselor

Freda received a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Ethnic Studies from Southern Connecticut State University. She also holds a Master of Arts in Women’s Studies from Southern Connecticut State University, where she was worked as Graduate Intern in the Violence Prevention Victim Advocacy and Support Center. Freda is a 2nd year Ph.D. Candidate at Union Institute and University where she is studying Public Policy and Social Change. Her areas of expertise are Sexual Assault and Intimate Partner Violence within communities of color and culturally-specific interventions for survivors.

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John Criscuolo, MS
Conduct Awareness Program Provider

John has a Master of Science Degree from Southern Connecticut State.  He joined Yale University Human Resources as Labor Relations Representative in 2008 after retiring from the State of CT Judicial Branch as a Chief Probation Officer.  He began working part time at the SHARE Center in 2012 facilitating the Conduct Awareness Program.

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Carole T. Goldberg, Psy.D.
Former Director (Retired beginning Jan. 2019)

Carole is a licensed Clinical Psychologist.  She received her Undergraduate Degree from the University of Maine in Orono.  She has a Master’s Degree and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.  Her Pre-doctoral and Post-doctoral internships were at Yale Psychiatric Institute and Yale University.  She joined the staff of Yale’s Department of Mental Health and Counseling in 1997.  Carole is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Yale School of Medicine, and the Inaugural Director of SHARE since 2006. Carole is a certified Sex Therapist with AASECT [American Association of Sexuality Educators Counselors and Therapists] and a Psychoanalyst, trained at the Western New England Institute for Psychoanalysis.  Carole is a Fellow to Saybrook College.

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