Dr. Juncos received his Doctoral and Master's degrees in Clinical Psychology from La Salle University. He has been a Pennsylvania board-certified Co-Occurring Disorders Professional since 2007. His areas of expertise including treating adults and teenagers ages 15 and above with anxiety and mood disorders, substance abuse and other addictive disorders, psychotic disorders, personality disorders, and attention deficit disorders. He can provide psychological testing to confirm the presence of learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities, and/or to clarify a client's diagnostic profile. He also works with clients who struggle with issues of sexuality, attachment, and personality difficulties. His doctoral dissertation focused on treating a professional musician with performance anxiety, and he has consulted with local student and professional musicians on performance-related issues.
Jay Dickinson is a Licensed Professional Counselor (License Number PC004833), has a Masters degree in Clinical Counseling Psychology and he is a National Certified Counselor. He is an Associate Fellow of the Biofeedback Certification Institute of America. His approach to psychotherapy is integrative and draws from many different modalities and therapeutic perspectives. He has experience working with a diversity of clients in age and background that are experiencing various difficulties. When appropriate he incorporates neurotherapy (also known as neurobiofeedback) with psychotherapy for clients with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), learning disabilities, substance abuse, depression, anxiety and other conditions.
Lina Peterson has earned her Master’s Degree in Health Psychology and has been practicing in the field of mental health and substance abuse since 2000. She is experienced in working with adults, children, adolescents, couples and families in assisting them to overcome such difficulties as mood disturbances, anxiety, relationship struggles and variety of other mental health challenges. Her primary expertise lies in the field of addictions including both the individuals suffering from the disease as well as their families.
Linda Galietta holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Education as well as a Master of Science degree in Counseling Psychology. She is a mother, wife and breast cancer survivor who specializes in women’s issues. Linda provides counseling services to individuals who have been touched bycancer, depression,grief, anxiety, fear, relationship issues, and life changes. Individual, couple and group counseling services offered.
Naomi Pliskow has a Masters degree in Counseling and is a National Certified Counselor. She believes in forming a collaborative relationship with clients to help them weather emotional challenges and life transitions so that they can fully actualize their potential as human beings. She uses an eclectic approach to counseling adolescents and adults that is based on tailoring therapy to the needs of the individual client.
Patricia Maley, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker with decades of experience helping individuals, couple, and families live their best lives through healing their relationships and connecting with those they love in a meaningful way. We work together to uncover the roadblocks that are keeping you and your loved ones from enjoying the emotionally supportive relationships we all want. Everyone wants to feel valued and understood by the important people in our lives. We all want to experience love not as a noun but as a verb. Love in action is being treated well, with kindness, caring, and respect.
Bob Giglio specializes in working with individuals, couples, families and children ages 5-10. Bob is a certified Focusing trainer and Focusing Oriented Psychotherapist. Focusing is very client oriented and allows the client to get in touch with their inner felt sense. Bob’s couple’s therapy includes same sex partner relationships as well as opposite sex partnerships and marital therapy
Dr. Holloway completed his masters and doctoral degrees in clinical psychology at Chestnut Hill College. As a mental health professional for the past nine years, Dr. Holloway has worked with a wide spectrum of populations including children with autism, college students, the LGBTQ community, and adults with co-occurring disorders.