All sessions are virtual. New patients should contact 484-534-8815.
Speaking with a therapist can be an important step as you seek solutions to specific problems, or simply to find support as you confront new, or old, challenges.
Many people seek out therapy with me to help with challenges related to caregiving, Alzheimer's disease, retirement, changes in health, grandparenting issues, emerging cognitive changes, and associated stresses on relationships.
Please continue to explore this website to learn more about me and the services I offer to see if there are ways that I may be able to help with that process.
Many individuals seek therapy to help cope with depression, anxiety, issues with life stage transitions, family dynamics.
I work together with individuals and family members who are seeking supportive, active, results oriented therapeutic solutions.
Group therapy sessions are currently on pause. Please reach out if you think this is something you might be interested in.
Providing emotional and practical support to individuals caring for someone, typically a spouse, with dementia. Facilitated using a cognitive behavioral framework, group participants will be afforded a safe space in which to learn from and with one another best practices for coping with the emotional strain of caring for a loved one with dementia, as well as strategies for coping with difficult behaviors expressed by someone with dementia.