Our Support System
Meet Our Team
Jeanne Doe Dukes, LCSW
Jeanne Dukes Cares! It’s true. Jeanne founded Lewes Counseling LLC to focus on the needs of children and their families and to help individuals dealing with serious life changes: work, health, loss, and marital status. She knows that a collaborative, nurturing style works best, so she promotes a team approach that benefits from the participation of a client’s school or physician. Her goal is always to help her clients achieve their full potential.
Jeanne is always busy in her efforts to make a difference. She’s currently providing training for the Delaware Department of Education and American Psychological Association about issues affecting LGBT youth, and she is on the advisory committees for Kody’s Kids and the Sussex Technical High School Wellness Center. She recently returned to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware to assist staff, members, and their families as the dedicated counselor and mental health grant manager for the Sussex County Clubs.
Jeanne has a Master of Clinical Social Work with a specialization in children and families from the University of Maryland, building upon her BA in Sociology with an emphasis on social welfare from the University of Delaware. She is licensed in Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Florida. Whether working in medical, marketing, or any other capacity, Jeanne has always made a point of learning something useful, something great. Now she has a strong foundation of networks, referrals, and professional relationships that she can access to provide the best care for her clients at Lewes Counseling.
Jeanne’s professional background is extensive, and all of her previous experiences help her provide a safe, supportive, and compassionate environment at Lewes Counseling.
- Jeanne also went above and beyond in her role with Silver Lining Home Healthcare to provide long term care and assist seniors as they transition to home health care.
- During her tenure with Beebe Healthcare as the Psychosocial Services and Outreach Coordinator, Jeanne optimized departmental procedures to promote a renewed focus on patient satisfaction. Her efforts ensured that Beebe Home Care maintained a strong community presence here in Sussex County.
- While serving with Nemours Health and Prevention Services as a Community Relations & Senior Program Analyst, Jeanne cultivated strategic partnerships on behalf of the organization. She served as a liaison to school districts, community-based organizations, and statewide early childcare committees.
- As the Unit Director for the Georgetown, DE location of the Boys and Girls Clubs, Jeanne managed the daily operations of a 100+ member youth group ranging in age from 5 to 18 years. In addition to coordinating all educational and recreational activities, she made sure that the facility remained healthy and safe.
- For five years, Jeanne made headway at S.C.A.C, the Sussex County AIDS Committee, as its Outreach & Education Director. There she contributed to the success of multiple grants, providing advocacy and social/educational programming to enhance the lives of persons living with and affected by HIV/AIDS. She also coordinated HIV/AIDS awareness activities and provided resources to the community via public schools, colleges, social service agencies, and street outreach.
Jeanne has ten years of education combined with over twenty years of professional experience in social work, counseling, and nonprofit management. With extensive knowledge and experience in providing care for diverse populations – individuals and families alike – Jeanne Dukes is well equipped and passionate about helping the residents of Lewes and the surrounding areas.
Christine Shaubach, LCSW, CCDP-D
Christine Shaubach, LCSW, CCDP-D, is an Outpatient Therapist at Lewes Counseling LLC. Prior to working for Lewes Counseling LLC, Christine was employed with Aquila Behavioral Health as an Intensive Outpatient Therapist for 3 ½ years. During that time, Christine worked with the adolescent co-occurring population within their environment (school, home, etc.) to improve their overall functioning and decrease their mental health symptoms. Christine provided individual and family sessions to improve family connectedness, decrease behavioral concerns, and worked on personally effective coping skills each individual or family unit could utilize to deal with real life situations. She is currently employed as a therapist for the Indian River School District.
Christine graduated from Salisbury University with a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work in 2010 and successfully completed the Advanced Standing Master of Social Work program in 2011. Christine has completed multiple internships while completing her degrees; including, Guidance Counselor at Mariner Middle School, Division of Family Services Treatment Specialist, and Behavioral Specialist in the health setting. Christine is a Certified Co-Occurring Disorder Professional, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and is TF-CBT Certified.
Christine’s focus is to help individuals navigate through difficult paths and seasons of life; with specific evidence-based interventions, compassion, and empathy. Christine has been working with individuals and families for over 5 years and has a passion for meeting the client where they are, helping the client identify goals of where they want to be, and support them in reaching those goals.
Angela Turley, LCSW
Angela Turley has worked in the behavioral health field for nineteen years since completing her formal education at University of Maryland, where she received degrees in Psychology and Social Work. Angela, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, specializes in work with individuals, children and families living with diverse mental health needs including: trauma, grief, depression and anxiety disorders, ADHD and related learning needs, Adjustment Disorders, and the blended family experience. She currently works with students in the Cape Henlopen School District.
Janet A Ray, RN, MS
Janet Ray is a former high school teacher and program specialist for the State of Delaware. As an advocate for healthy children, she has worked with teachers and school administrators, throughout the country to prepare children, adolescents and adults in skill-building activities for life. She believes in organizing learning around life applications to positively impact parent -child relationships. Participants will share experiences and practical strategies to improve communication and problem solving.
Janet is an experienced parent educator and is certified in health education. She previously held a position teaching health, psychology and nursing in a community college. In addition, Janet has served as a nursing supervisor and community outreach coordinator. She lives in Sussex County and loves spending time with her children and grandchildren. Janet currently facilitates the Separating & Divorcing Parent Education classes and other educational workshops as requested.
John Ray is a retired educator with experience in youth development programs and school administration. He worked for schools in West Virginia and Delaware and coordinated training in the President’s Youth Fitness Program. John is a golf professional through PGA International and the U.S. Golf Teachers Federation and has taught youth in the First Tee Program. John currently supports the educational programming.
If you’d like to schedule an appointment with a therapist, please get in touch by calling 302-430-2127.