9003 Weston Pkwy.
Cary, NC 27513
The Lucy Daniels Center for Early Childhood is located at 9003 Weston Parkway in Cary, NC. Both I-40 and Highway 54 provide easy access to the Center.
Coming from Raleigh, the airport, or RTP on I-40, take exit 287, Cary/Harrison Avenue. Proceed toward Cary on Harrison Ave. approximately one half mile. Make a right turn onto Weston Parkway. Travel for 1.5 miles. The Center is across the road on your left. Proceed for 0.1 miles and make a U-turn in the median break. As you come up the driveway, you'll find parking alongside the building and in the upper parking lot.
Coming from Durham or Chapel Hill, take Hwy. 54 through Morrisville. Proceed 0.8 miles past Aviation Parkway. Make a left onto Weston. Proceed 1.9 miles to the Center, which will be on your right. As you come up the driveway, parking is alongside the building and in the upper parking lot.
Corner of Harrison Ave. & Chatham St. in downtown Cary
Take Harrison Avenue north approximately 3 miles. Make a left onto Weston Parkway. Travel for 1.5 miles. The Center is across the road on your left. Proceed for 0.1 miles and make a U-turn in the median break. As you come up the driveway, you'll find parking alongside the building and in the upper parking lot.
Deborah Mugno, Ed.D. | Director of Education and Operations
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“All services are child centered, family inclusive, and delivered with a level of professionalism and provider commitment that is un-matched. Lives are changed and changes are sustained.”
Dr. Mugno has been at the Center for 12 years using her extensive experience with children with special needs in her roll as Director of Education. She has a B.S. from University of Maryland in Special Education, a M.S. from Johns Hopkins University in Reading Disabilities, and an Ed. D. from Johns Hopkins in Special Education/Leadership
Jennifer Reid | Teacher/Associate Director of Education
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“The Lucy Daniels School is one of the few places I know of that understands that all behaviors are expressions of emotional states. Because our therapeutic work takes place in a classroom setting, children have multiple opportunities on a daily basis to make meaningful discoveries about the effects of feelings on their behavior as they develop a separate and autonomous sense of self in school, play and collaborate with peers, and experience the rewards and frustrations that come with learning and growing. As teachers help their students work through these developmental tasks both individually and within their peer group, children have the potential to become masters of their behavior in a variety of contexts and develop empathy and understanding for others in the process.”
Ms. Reid began her professional teaching career in 2001 in New York City and has taught at the Lucy Daniels School since 2005. She has a Master of Arts degree in Early Childhood and Elementary Education from New York University and a B.A. in Art History and German from the University of Maryland. She is a certified Montessori teacher (American Montessori Society) and holds the professional credential Certified Psychoanalytic Educator.
Stephen Crook | Teacher
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“I have focused my education and experiences around the healthy physical, social, and emotional development of children. I am excited to share my experiences with the students and families at the Lucy Daniels School.”
Stephen Crook joined the Early School in 2014. He graduated from Cornell University in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science in Human Development and in 2011 with a Master of Arts in Developmental Psychology. He has a background in social work, childhood mental health, and preschool education.
Marilyn Farrell | Teacher
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“I have worked with young children in a variety of education settings in my professional teaching career beginning at The Lucy Daniels Center in 1997. I returned in 2011 because the Lucy Daniels School is unique in supporting a thoughtful understanding of the social and emotional lives of young children.”
Marilyn Farrell has been a therapeutic teacher in the preschool classroom at the Lucy Daniels School for 6 years beginning in 1997 and returning to the Lucy Daniels School in 2011. She has a B.S. degree in Early Childhood Education, beginning her professional teaching career in 1997. Ms. Farrell will become a Certified Psychoanalytic Educator in October 2014.
Tiffany Hall | Teacher
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“I enjoy working with children and families who need extra help and support. I am so grateful that the Lucy Daniels Center is here to provide it.”
Ms. Hall graduated from Maryville College with a Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education. She then earned a Master's degree in Early Childhood Education with an endorsement in Special Education from Kansas State University. She has spent 17 years teaching in the classroom in both public and private schools. She has been teaching at the Lucy Daniels Center since 2010. She began as the four year old teacher in our Early School and in 2013 began teaching 1st and 2nd grade in our elementary school.
Fletcher White | Teacher
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“One of the things I have enjoyed most about working at the Lucy Daniels School is watching the preschool and kindergarten students' social and emotional transformations over the course of their time here. It is especially rewarding for me to see them grow into elementary school students and to join them in reflecting on their emotional growth over the years.”
Fletcher White has been a teacher in the Early School since 2010. She graduated from Arizona State University with a B.A. in Psychology and a minor in Family Studies. She will became a Certified Psychoanalytic Educator in October 2014. Throughout her time at the Center, Ms. White has taught preschool, kindergarten, first grade, and the elementary school art class.
Jennifer Murphy | Teacher
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“I enjoy being part of a team with other education and mental health professionals at the Center and collaborating with the children and families I work with.”
Ms. Murphy has a Bachelors of Social Work from Frostburg State University. She has been working with children and families since 2000. She began her work as a therapeutic teacher at the Lucy Daniels Center in 2007 and is a Certified Psychoanalytic Educator.
Camryn Evans | Teacher Assistant
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Kathy Kelly | Teacher Assistant
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“I feel fortunate to go to work each day knowing that I help children grow emotionally and make lasting change.”
Kathy Kelly started working as a preschool teacher at the Lucy Daniels Center in 2006, working with all age levels throughout the preschool classrooms. Currently, Kathy works as a teacher's assistant to the first, second, and third grade classrooms. During her time with the Center, Kathy earned her early childhood teaching credentials. Prior to her career at the Lucy Daniels Center, Kathy worked extensively in the business community and provided many years volunteering in Wake County Public School classrooms.
David Fuller, M.D. | Parent Therapist
Dr. Fuller is a child psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, serving as a parent therapist and a member of the therapeutic team. He completed his training in adult and child psychiatry at Duke University and in adult and child psychoanalysis at the Duke-UNC Psychoanalytic Education Program.
Daphne Rosenblitt, M.D. | Parent Therapist
Dr. Rosenblitt received her training in adult and child psychiatry at Duke University and her analytic training through the Duke-UNC Psychoanalytic Education Program (now Psychoanalytic Institute of the Carolinas), where she is currently on the faculty. Dr. Rosenblitt has a private practice of psychoanalysis and psychotherapy in Durham.
Barbara Snider, M.D. | Parent Therapist
“It is a privilege to work at a center where a group of professionals seeks to understand and provide in-depth treatment to children and their families with the hope of long term and lasting change.“
Dr. Snider received her training in adult and child psychiatry at Cornell University and her psychoanalytic training through the St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute. Dr. Snider is board certified in adult and child psychiatry.