Debby Salom, MFT, LMFT
As a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT), I have specific training and a systemic mindset that allows me to effectively work with adults, adolescents, couples and families.  I specialize with people who are struggling with eating disorders, personality disorders, anxiety, marital problems, depression, OCD, high functioning autism and school and work related stress.  In addition, I work with individual and couples that identify as heterosexual, LGBTQAI+ those in open/alternative relationships and/or have experienced infidelity. My eating disorder experience includes prior work in an eating disorder residential program giving me the tools for great success helping people who struggle with binge eating, anorexia and/or bulimia. In my approach, I utilize a variety of systemic models and tailor treatment to the individual and family needs. I create an environment where any person or family can feel safe to express their emotions and struggles without feeling judged. I look forward to helping you reach your goals.

Kathleen McBeth, MA, LPC
I have over twenty years experience working with and counseling children, adolescents and adults, including couples and families who are struggling with depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, parenting, school related issues, stressful relationships and addiction issues. I also have extensive experience working with families with adopted children who are struggling with an attachment disorder and trauma related issues. I am a Level II EMDR trained therapist, have extensive training in trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TF-CBT) and Theraplay.

Stacy Shuchter-Gomez, LCSW 
I have over 20 years experience working with and counseling adolescents, adults, couples and the senior population.  I am exceptionally aware of the overwhelming feelings of stress that clients feel from their caregiving responsibilities to their children, their spouse and/or their aging parents. I provide Therapy and Teletherapy to clients dealing with wide range of issues including adjustments to life transitions, relationships, marriage, career/work, loss/grief and aging, all of which can be associated with depression, anxiety, mood and personality disorders. I approach therapy with warmth, sensitivity to each client’s uniqueness, creating a safe place to share and work on issues. I utilize cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic and solution focused techniques to help clients gain insight, improve coping skills, improve communication and enhance supports. As clients reach their therapeutic goals, they feel enhanced self-esteem, less conflict, less stress, independence and comfort.

Dr. Daniel J. Cane, EdD, NCSP 
I am a PA licensed psychologist with doctoral training from Indiana University of Pennsylvania school psychology with specialization in neuropsychology. My many years of psychological practice within school and clinic settings offer a unique perspective to assessment and treatment. In particular, my leadership with a neuropsychology clinic and an autism evaluation team provides a wide range of experience. Extensive intervention experience with pediatric and adult patients allows for meaningful and rich treatment. I have additional professional training in Theraplay and in life coaching.

Hannah Karasick, LCSW 
I work with children, adolescents and adults who are struggling with depression, anxiety, stress, PTSD, peer issues, school issues, self-esteem challenges, family issues and divorce.  My goal is to build a strong rapport with my clients and familes, help them develop healthy coping skills to navigate life’s challenges.  My therapeutic approach is person-centered, while understanding the effects of environmental stress on one’s life.  I also have experience working with clients who have been diagnosed with co-occurring disorders (alcohol/drug abuse), ranging from mild to severe symptoms.  My focus is on meeting the client where they are in their journey and offering guidance and support during the process.

Pamela Desai, MA, LPC 
It takes strength and courage to willingly engage in personal growth.  I believe that the foundation of therapy is in the strength of the therapeutic relationship.  This begins with providing a safe and comfortable environment centered around respect and support.  I work to empower my clients through strength-based approaches that help to encourage growth and change.  I work with children, adolescents, and adults with issues related to depression, anxiety, stress, trauma, divorce, self-esteem, parenting, and grief. We are all capable of overcoming obstacles and it is my true passion to help clients reach their goals.

Matthew Weiner, MS, LPC
As a licensed professional counselor, I initially focus on building a strong therapeutic relationship with all of my patients. I have a history of helping individuals with issues ranging from mild anxiety and sadness to chronic mental health problems such as major depression, generalized anxiety, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. I am experienced in working with adolescents, teenagers, adults, and families. My treatment approach blends my training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), mindfulness-based techniques, and Motivational Interviewing with a focus on the individual or families’ strengths. Furthermore, I have a Post-Masters Certificate in Trauma Studies and have experience working with individuals suffering from PTSD and other issues related to trauma.

Jordan Monts, LCSW
I have experience working in a variety of settings and am passionate about outpatient therapy. I work with children, adolescents, and adults across the lifespan who are struggling with anxiety, depression, grief and loss, substance abuse, trauma, self-esteem, relationships, and problems at work or school. I utilize a variety of evidence based practices such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), motivational interviewing, and mindfulness based stress reduction. I believe it is important to create strong therapeutic relationships that empower clients to grow and make changes for themselves.

Dr. Shane Eynon, PhD.
I am Licensed Psychologist with over 15 years of experience in psychotherapy and specialize with Neuropsychological evaluations of adults and children with autism. I completed my doctorate in psychology at Temple University and had completed my residency at Moss Rehabilitation/Einstein Hospital- Child Neuropsychology. I am a former Military Officer, supervisor, consultant, and the father of autistic children. Most recently, I served on faculty for the U.S. Navy’s APA internship at the National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, MD. I was also deployed as a Neuropsychologist with the Marine Corps in Afghanistan in 2010 and reported to the UK’s Trauma Center at Camp Bastion and Camp Leatherneck. I enjoy working with adults and young adults who are struggling with trauma, PTSD, abuse, depression, stress, anxiety, marriage and family concerns, and personal growth. In my practice, I utilize Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (Jungian) to help people reach their fullest potential and not merely to alleviate symptoms or distress. I look forward to working with you.

Dr. Maria Maddalo, Psy.D.
I am a Licensed Psychologist and a Nationally Certified School Psychologist with nearly 20 years of experience working in various home and school settings.  I completed my doctorate in School Psychology at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, where I obtained diplomate status from the American Board of School Neuropsychology.  I specialize in evaluating children and adolescents using a neuropsychological perspective and applying that perspective to learning and performance within the classroom setting.  I am passionate about the appropriate assessment and diagnosis of individuals on the Autism Spectrum. I trained in the use of Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule, Second Edition (ADOS-II) at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. I use the ADOS-II as part of a comprehensive assessment when Autism is suspected.  I understand the social and behavioral challenges that may be involved with Autism across the lifespan and across all levels of functioning.  I am a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and I am trained in Cognitive Behavior Therapy.  I combine these techniques to provide individual therapy for children, adolescents, adults, and families with varying needs, including but not limited to anxiety, depression, and cognitive/executive function difficulties.

Dr. Danielle Beaumont, Psy.D.

I enjoy working with strong personalities and I have experience working with children, adults, teens, couples and families through a variety of challenges. I received both my Master’s degree and my Doctorate in Clinical Psychology through LaSalle University where I developed an appreciation for mindfulness and acceptance-based therapies such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), as well as more traditional Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. While completing my doctoral internship and my post-doctoral residency on a dual-diagnosis (mental health and substance dependence) long-term residential unit, I developed a deep understanding of trauma and how underlying mental health issues create and maintain alcoholism and drug dependency. Before receiving my training in Clinical Psychology, I received a Master’s in Elementary Education from Drexel University. I also gained experience completing comprehensive psycho-educational evaluations for children ages 5-15 through CHOP’s ADHD clinic. I then spent ten years contracting in schools across the Philadelphia School District, completing evaluations for at-risk children to receive one-to-one support at their schools in the most impoverished areas of the city. In addition to the experiences listed above I believe that the therapeutic relationship is a large part of the catalyst for change and I like to use humor and genuine conversation to demystify the experience of therapy and to help normalize people’s experiences through human connection. Because of my clinical experiences, I truly believe that change is possible, even in the direst of circumstances. My ultimate goal is to increase your tolerance for distress so that you can handle what life inevitably throws at you and still take care of yourself, your responsibilities and those around you in the most adaptive ways possible.