Genie has been working as a community social worker and psychotherapist for the past 15 years. She specializes in helping people work through depression, anxiety, parenting issues and interpersonal conflicts. Genie thinks of herself as a "practical kind of therapist." She predominantly uses cognitive behavioral therapy to help clients change negative thinking patterns, develop healthier choices and learn better communication skills for their relationships. Genie graduated from Bryn Mawr College Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research and has completed post-graduate training at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) in cognitive behavioral therapy. Genie can currently accept payment from Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Keystone Health Plan East, and Personal Choice. You can see Genie's website at www.genieravital.com, or contact her directly at 267-977-3008.
Lenore Jefford, LPC
Lenore works with all types of clients including those struggling with mental health concerns, relationship or family issues, sexuality issues, and trauma. She specializes in LGBTQI issues and PTSD. Lenore believes that change can happen and therapy is the path to health. Lenore has an Integrative approach utilizing person centered, cognitive behavioral and holistic approaches tailored to each client's needs. Lenore participates with most insurances and offers clinical supervision. Contact Lenore directly at 610-442-9459.
Lauren Kahn, LSW, LMFT
A licensed social worker, marriage and family therapist and parenting educator, Lauren helps clients discover the possibilities that are available in challenging situations. Lauren takes a mindful approach to stressful issues such as depression, anxiety, grief, school and work difficulties, career transitions, communication problems, marital stress, low self image, chronic pain, substance abuse, and weight management. Through exploring learned behaviors, beliefs, attitudes and habits, Lauren helps clients feel more present, satisfied, relaxed and productive in their lives and relationships. Lauren accepts Highmark Blue Shield and works on a sliding scale. She strives to provide affordable treatment for all her clients. Contact Lauren directly at 215-605-5555.
Ameet Ravital, PhD, DiHom
Ameet offers classical homeopathic consultation. Homeopathy was developed by Samuel Hahnemann over 200 years ago, and is practiced around the world in dozens of countries. His approach is to meet with client (including parents, in the case of children) to develop a holistic sense of the individual's temperament, physical constitution and chronic health patterns. By matching this portrait to the profiles of various homeopathic remedies, he is able to suggest ones that will best support a return to good health. Homeopathy can help both children and adults struggling with chronic health issues, repeated infections, and emotional and behavioral difficulties. Ameet has also practiced as a clinical psychologist since 1999, with strong interests in positive parenting, mindfulness meditation and the stress-illness connection. Ameet can be reached at his website, www.ravitalhome.com, and at 267-357-6962.
Eda Kauffman, LSW
Eda is a Social Worker by training who provides individual and group therapeutic services to adults of all ages. She has worked in the field of addiction and trauma for over a decade and specializes in their connection. In addition she works with women around issues of depression, anxiety and life transition. She also is a freelance trainer in the areas of clinical supervision, trauma, compassion fatigue and addiction related topics. Contact Eda directly at 267-975-6869.
Althea Stinson, MSW
Althea has spent the past several years working in the field of Mental Health, providing care in the areas of anger management, conflict resolution, ADHD, ODD and Depression. She works with children and adults. Althea works from the belief that a change in the mindset can result in a change in one’s behaviors. She believes that the quest to wellness is in the hands of the clients and that she serves as a mere facilitator. She makes it a priority to impart to those she serves that every member of the family has a role and their roles serve as equal importance in the dynamics and functioning of the family. Althea has experience working with people from all walks of life. Contact Althea directly at 215-738-1528.
Anna Lewis Beale, M LAc, M Ac
The aim of Anna's practice is increased wellness of body, mind and spirit. Your symptoms from backache to heartache, including digestive, respiratory, reproductive disharmonies and more, guide the design of treatments to catalyze healing at deepest levels. Acupuncture, nutritional strategies, aromatherapy, guasha/cupping, meditation and other modalities are used as appropriate. Contact Anna directly at email@example.com and at 267-970-0816.
Willie Knight, MA
Willie works with a variety of clients to address concerns such as ADHD, ADD, Autism, Anxiety, Depression, Anger, Adjustment issues, low self esteem, poor coping skills, and interpersonal relationship problems. Willie works with children and adults, and provides individual, family, and couples counseling. Willie has been trained to utilize an integrative psychodynamic approach, which takes into account many views of human functioning and incorporates a variety of therapeutic approaches. In addition, Willie has been trained in Behavioral Analysis, and has extensive experience working with families to modify their child’s problem behaviors. Contact Willie at 215-667-5598 and Knightwk39@gmail.com.
Lisa Kaye, LCMT
Lisa developed a passion for massage and bodywork after a receiving a session during an emotionally difficult time in her life. She recognized that massage and bodywork can be a powerful tool to help clients free their patterns of stored tension in the muscles. Lisa received her training from the Massage Arts and Sciences in Philadelphia and has practiced for 17 years. She integrates myofacial release (deep tissue work), acupressure, shiatsu, and energy work through compassionate touch in a supportive, safe environment. Lisa is licensed in PA and is an current member of the Association of Massage and Bodywork Practitioners. Lisa offers private 1 Hour Yoga lessons for 1 to 3 people focusing on individual needs and applying poses to help remedy specific postural imbalances. Lisa received a level 2 teacher certificate in 2003 from Mainly Yoga in Philadelphia. She personally practiced Yoga through the last 20 years and has a passion for teaching Yoga to others. Please contact her through her website at www.totalbodymassage.com, and at 215-828-7980.
Jennifer Ellis, M.Ed., LPC
Jennifer is a licensed professional
counselor who provides individual counseling to adults and teens, in
addition to couples counseling. While she specializes in treatment of
anxiety and mood disorders, Jennifer works with all types of clients,
helping those to overcome struggles with symptoms, life transitions,
self-esteem, and relationships issues. Jennifer uses a
cognitive-behavioral (CBT) approach to treatment, which is geared toward
helping people understand how one’s thoughts, feelings, and behaviors
are all intertwined, thus facilitating realistic goals for change and
intervention. She believes in client-centered therapy, and that recovery
is a team approach. Jennifer does accept insurance, including Aetna,
Blue Cross, and United Healthcare (UBH). She also accepts a sliding
scale for cash clients. Please contact Jennifer directly at 609-413-6089, or firstname.lastname@example.org.