About Mental Health Therapists

A mental health therapist provides help for one or more mental health disorders, often through psychotherapy (talk therapy). The goal of a mental health therapist might be described best by the American Psychological Association: to help people “live happier, healthier, more productive lives.”

Mental health counselors and therapists can be licensed or certified in different areas. For example, there are therapists for depression and anxiety; trauma and grief; drug and alcohol addiction; PTSD; psychosis, and other problems affecting a person's mental and emotional well-being.

A good example of this diversity are the therapists and counselors at Dr. John G. Kuna and Associates. Many of our staff have advanced degrees, certifications, and/or years of experience providing mental health services in their communities.

Meet Our Therapists

Are You Considering Therapy in Danville, PA?

At Dr. John G. Kuna and Associates, we have a compassionate team of licensed social workers, mental health therapists, and certified counselors. If you’re struggling with depression, anxiety, or another mental health disorder and would like help, contact us today. We work with most major insurance companies and offer a sliding scale of payment for anyone without a qualifying insurance.

Therapy sessions usually last around 50 minutes. Depending on your goals, you may go benefit from a set number of sessions or from ongoing treatment. The first step is reaching out and setting up your first session. We have locations across Pennsylvania, including Danville, PA.

Contact Us About Psychotherapy

Contact our Danville office

Providers in Danville Pennsylvania

Jennifer Weaver


Cynthia Ryan


Cynthia Ryan is an experienced Psychotherapist and Licensed Social Worker. Cynthia’s preferred methods of treatment are client centered, reality based, family systems, problem solving, family dynamics and has always had a focus on children since she was a School Social Worker for 20 years. Incorporates play, art, music and relaxation into many approaches. Cynthia prides herself in open honest communication in the therapeutic relationships as the strongest aspect of growth and change within the therapeutic process.

Renee Trombley


Jason Kuna


My approach is based on the concept that people are considered active participants in making their own interpretations of their behaviors. I believe while the past is important to understanding what has brought you to the present moment, I tend to focus more on your actions in your current environment. I believe that often people experience a level of distress when their needs have not been met or they have tried to meet them in an unsuccessful way. Instead of focusing on the history of why something occurred, we will work on understanding your influence in your current situations to encourage healthier and more effective behavioral choices. I also like to make sure we consider your role in the larger systems of your life (i.e. your family, peer structure, school, work, etc.) and how that influences you and your behaviors.