Leadership Team

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Richard Wohl 

Richard Wohl, MSW, MBA
President, Princeton House Behavioral Health; Senior Vice President, Princeton Health
With more than 35 years of experience in behavioral health, Richard Wohl oversees the behavioral health services of Princeton Health, including Princeton House Behavioral Health, Princeton Medical Center, and its Princeton Center for Eating Disorders. During his tenure, Princeton House Behavioral Health has expanded from a single inpatient location to eight sites throughout New Jersey serving approximately 8,500 clients annually.

Marguerite Pedley

Marguerite Pedley, PhD
Vice President, Inpatient Services 
Dr. Pedley has more than 20 years of experience in the management of behavioral health services in New Jersey. A member of the Princeton House Behavioral Health leadership team since 2008, she manages its 110-bed inpatient campus, including performance improvement, service excellence, and the oversight of both clinical and non-clinical departments.

Peter Thomas

Peter J. Thomas, PhD
Vice President, Outpatient Services
Dr. Thomas is a clinical child psychologist with 25 years of experience in clinical, academic, and administrative leadership positions. A member of the Princeton House Behavioral Health leadership team since 2000, he is responsible for the management of its outpatient centers, which have grown to six distinct sites with comprehensive offerings during his tenure.

Neal Schofield

Neal B. Schofield, MD
Chairman, Department of Psychiatry, Princeton House Behavioral Health

Dr. Schofield has more than 30 years of experience dealing with a wide range of issues in clinical and administrative psychiatry. As Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry, he coordinates the operations of the department with senior medical and administrative leadership, and assists in the development of policies and best practices for behavioral health.

Anatoliy Yanovski

Anatoliy Yanovskiy, MD

Medical Director, Inpatient Services
In addition to serving as Medical Director of Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) Services at Princeton House Behavioral Health, Dr. Yanovskiy has served as Medical Director of Inpatient Services since 2009. In this role, he provides clinical supervision, psychiatric and medical treatment services, and medical administrative direction for the inpatient program.

David Cordon

David J. Cordon, MD
Medical Director, Outpatient Services 
Specializing in psychiatric treatment services including geriatric psychiatry, Dr. Cordon has served as Medical Director of Outpatient Services for Princeton House Behavioral Health since 2010. In this role, he is responsible for overseeing outpatient medical services. He also serves as Vice Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry for Princeton Health.

Jose Vazquez
Jose S. Vazquez, MD
Medical Director, Psychiatric Services, Princeton Medical Center 
With extensive experience in psychiatric disorders and addiction medicine, Dr. Vazquez oversees the psychiatric and affiliated provider panel at the Princeton Medical Center. This includes covering the Behavioral Health Emergency Department, conducting psychiatric consultations, and ensuring that all psychiatric needs are being met at the hospital.

Dr. Lynnette Peoples

Lynnette Peoples, MSN, PMHCNS-BC, APN
Administrative Director for Hospital Psychiatry, Princeton Medical Center
Lynnette Peoples is an advanced practice nurse who is board certified in Adult Mental Health Nursing and Fellowship trained in Child/Adolescent Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. She provides administrative oversight to the Consultation Liaison Psychiatry and the Behavioral Health Emergency Department at Princeton Medical Center, and also serves as Program Director for the Princeton Center for Eating Disorders. Prior to joining Princeton Health in 2015, Ms. Peoples held significant behavioral health administrative and clinical positions in New England and New Jersey.

Kerri Celaya

Kerri Celaya, MA
Director, Inpatient Admissions
Ms. Celaya has been with Princeton House Behavioral Health since 2008, and a member of the leadership team since 2011. She is responsible for management of the 24/7 Inpatient Admissions Department and the Behavioral Health Emergency Department at Princeton Medical Center, which is dedicated to providing secure and private acute care for behavioral health patients.

Jodi Pultorak

Jodi Pultorak, MSW, LCSW
Executive Director, Outpatient Services
A licensed clinical social worker, Ms. Pultorak has over 15 years of experience in behavioral health services. She has been with Princeton House Behavioral Health since 2009, and brings experience in direct clinical practice, utilization review, and management to the leadership team.

Gary Snyderman

Gary Snyderman, PhD, APRN, BC
Director of Nursing
A member of the Princeton House Behavioral Health team since 2004, Dr. Snyderman has extensive clinical and managerial experience in the behavioral health and addiction field. He is responsible for the overall provision of nursing services for Princeton House Behavioral Health, including the 24/7 inpatient nursing services at our main campus as well as the nursing care offered at our outpatient sites.