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Dr. John G. Kuna
If you feel you are someone who is having difficulty with depression, anxiety, anger, or stress or your are struggling with a life/career transition, I am here to provide a safe, supportive and non-judgmental environment to help you work towards achieving your goals. By increasing self-awareness to your problems we can identify and work on developing positive and strength-based coping strategies to improve your overall well-being. My theoretical orientation is drawn from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Family Systems and Solution-Focused Therapy. I possess a Masters Degree in Secondary School Counseling and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in Professional Counseling. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), National Certified Counselor (NCC) and Certified Career Counselor (CCC). I have 22 years of experience working within the counseling and human service fields. I look forward to working with you to help you achieve and maintain an emotionally balanced and healthy lifestyle.
Dr John Gibbons
Les Smith earned his degree from the University of Pittsburgh and works with adult individuals, couples and families. His areas of expertise include couples therapy, pre marriage counseling , anxiety, depression, bereavement, grief/loss, trauma, PTSD, sexual trauma, stress management, conflict resolution, work/career issues, school/IEP issues, parenting support and adjustment disorders. Through his strength-based, holistic approach, his goal is to empower individuals to be in charge of their own happiness.
Jaclyn Froman is a highly experienced Psychotherapist and Clinical Social Worker. Receiving advanced training in Modern Psychoanalysis, Bowen Family Systems and DBT, Jaclyn’s preferred methods of treatment are client centered, psychodynamic and creative. With special interest in the unconscious, family dynamics and practical applications of technique, Jaclyn trusts and values the unique relationship developed between client and therapist, seeing it as the most vital aspect of growth and change within the therapeutic process.
Erica is a Licensed Social Worker. She has a Master's degree in Social Work from Marywood University and is licensed by the state of Pennsylvania. She has spent the last several years working within the Substance Use Disorder field. Here, Erica gained experience with 12-step approaches, group therapy, working with ex-offenders, and working with family members of individuals with substance abuse disorders. She utilizes a Cognitive Behavioral approach, with a focus on a strengths perspective. Erica mainly works with adults in individual sessions. Her areas of specialty include relationship problems, anxiety, depression, addiction, and adjustment issues. She works with her clients to establish a judge-free, safe zone where people can feel free to express their feelings and work on their issues. Erica enjoys spending time with her husband, son, and two basset hounds.
Ashley Gross, MA
Here's my bio blurb: Ashley is a Clinical Psychology Doctoral Candidate. She has a Master's degree in Clinical Forensic Psychology and a Bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience with minors in Psychology and Criminology. She has spent the last six years working within the forensic psychology field in New York City as a therapist and trauma mitigation specialist, along with gaining experience in community mental health, leading to a vast amount of implementation of an individualized, trauma-focused approach. She utilizes a Cognitive Behavioral approach, with other modality integrations based on individualistic presentation. Ashley mainly works with children, adolescents, and young adults in individual sessions. Her areas of specialty include trauma, anxiety, depression, neurodivergence, and adjustment issues. She is committed to a collaborative and non-judgmental approach to building a therapeutic alliance and creating a safe space for each client to manifest positive life changes, embrace their potential, and reach their goals. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her rescue dogs, reading, practicing yoga, caring for plants, and watching true-crime documentaries.
Dr. Danielle Ross
Dr. Ross completed an undergraduate degree in psychology at Pennsylvania State University, subsequently pursued graduate training in forensic psychology at the University of North Dakota, and completed a doctorate in clinical psychology at the Fielding Graduate University. She completed her practicum at First Hospital and Clearbrook Rehabilitation Center and her internship and post-doctorate residency with John G. Kuna, PsyD & Associates. Her clinical interests are broad with special interest in testing/diagnostic assessment, mood disorders, trauma, personality disorders, and couples counseling. Dr. Ross uses a broad range of cognitive behavioral and insight oriented techniques in the psychotherapy and counseling process. Dr. Ross’ research and publication interests include post traumatic growth, inmate recidivism, and cultural influences in psychotherapy. Dr. Ross is also a practicing attorney with Needle Law, PC. She received her law degree from Widener University School of Law. She is married with three children and enjoys traveling with her family.
I have worked with all age groups ranging from 3 years old up to 70 years of age. I have worked in a variety of settings such as schools, daycare, homes, group homes, inpatient, and outpatient facilities. My goal is to help the client identify problematic behavior patterns and reflect on how experiences influence behaviors. I provide clients with a safe environment to open up about their problems. I help clients explore how the past can influence the present and identify ways to disrupt negative thinking/behaviors. I have extensive experience working with children with behavioral concerns and developmental delays.
Annie is a licensed social worker with experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families. She values a therapeutic relationship with clients built on safety, trust, and empathy. Annie utilizes a client-centered and holistic framework, focusing on a client's strengths and blending different therapeutic techniques. Her areas of specialty include but are not limited to anxiety, mood-disorders, trauma, and ADHD.
Eleanor (Ellie) Harrison
Eleanor Harrison is a current doctoral candidate at La Salle University. She has worked in a variety of therapeutic modalities, including therapeutic horseback riding, music therapy, and traditional talk therapy. She has also taught special education and U.S. history. She is interested in working with adolescents, adults, and couples who are working through interpersonal challenges and emotional difficulties. In her work, she uses an eclectic approach that incorporates components of cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, attachment-based, and strengths-based approaches. Eleanor believes that every person that walks through her virtual door is a unique individual with unique life stressors and challenges. She is warm, nonjudgmental, and sensitive to the diversity of human experience. In her free time, she reads, goes horseback riding, and attempts to find the best coffee shop in Philadelphia.