Courtney Artau is a certified school psychologist. She completed her Masters in Counseling and Clinical Health Psychology and received her Ed.S (Educational Specialist in School Psychology) from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. As a School Psychologist for the past 10 years, Courtney has completed psychoeducational evaluations with children ranging from 4 to 21 years of age. The aim of Mrs. Artau’s assessments is to help students and their families better understand their cognitive and learning strengths and needs, as well as the impact of any social or emotional issues that may be present.
Christopher Ballintyn graduated with his Master’s Degree in Professional Clinical Counseling from La Salle University and has experience working with mental health and substance abuse.
Tibor Baukal is a licensed professional counselor with over 15 years’ experience working with children, families, and adults in all levels of care, in hospitals and residential care settings, people’s homes, and community agencies. His approach is a systemic and relational one, understanding individuals in the context of their relationships, identities, and communities that they inhabit and that define them. He works collaboratively to help clients identify and work through problem behaviors to build resilience, strengthen attachment and create healthy relationships. He uses a strength-based, solution-focused approach that is brief and strategic to help clients improve coping skills and learn to better regulate their emotions using modalities including dialectical behavior therapy, internal family systems, emotionally focused therapy, and somatic therapies. In this way he believes we can together heal old wounds, grieve losses, resolve traumas, and learn new ways to relate to those parts of ourselves we have lost, forgotten or pushed to the background in order to develop healthier ways to experience ourselves and others.
Jaclyn Borgia has called Ivyland Counseling Center home since 2016, working with individuals from all ages and presenting concerns in order to support the local community in the private sector. It is a great privilege to walk with you through your journey of self-discovery, and Jaclyn aims to teach skills, coach and guide, and provide safety and comfort along the way. Jaclyn is focused as well on staying current, providing evidence and resources, and encouraging individual change to suit your needs. Please click this link for further information.
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.
Meagan Dowd is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She completed her Master’s degree at Holy Family University in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She enjoys teaching her clients relaxation techniques as well as CBT techniques. She has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults with a wide variety of diagnoses.
Malcolm Eldredge is a licensed Clinical Social Worker, partnering with individuals, couples, and families to address important, difficult and painful thoughts, feelings, emotions, experiences and memories. He brings more than a few decades of experience working with clients, helping them to make choices that will move them in the direction of what is important to them and toward what they value in life. His holistic approach brings the following to his therapy:
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 by cancer, depression,grief, anxiety, fear, relationship issues, and life changes. Individual, couple and group counseling services offered.
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.
Adam Kaluzshner completed his Doctor of Psychology in clinical psychology at Chestnut Hill College. In the course of his training, he has worked with a diverse group of populations, including at-risk children and teenagers, families dealing with co-parenting and divorce, children and adults with anxiety disorders, and adults with co-occurring disorders.
As an empathic, effective and experienced professional Ms. Kiser is highly qualified to provide a variety of proven evidenced based practices and services. These techniques may provide individuals, families or groups with therapy that is restorative from a variety of trauma based issues including PTSD, depression, anxiety or co-dependency. LPC supervision and spiritual counseling may also be provided.
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.
As a Licensed Professional Counselor, Elizabeth Otto, has been trained in mental health and addiction therapy to work with individuals, couples, families and groups. Using strength-based modalities, she seeks to help clients understand how relationship patterns from their family of origin contribute to current struggles. By building a strong awareness fostering alliance with clients, Elizabeth encourages resolution of existing conflicts.
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.
Dr. Matt Richmond is a developmental neuropsychologist with more than twenty years of experience in evaluating and treating individuals and families impacted by developmental disabilities, chronic medical conditions, and psychiatric disorders across the lifespan. He sees patients aging from infancy to older adulthood. He is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Dr. Richmond is fully bilingual in Spanish and English and can provide all testing, assessments, therapy, consultation, and other services in Spanish.
Heather received her Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology with a Trauma Studies concentration from Eastern University and a Horticulture Therapy Certificate through Delaware Valley University. She has worked in schools, universities, and in-home settings providing individual and family therapy. She has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults as well as those in the LGBTQ community. Heather uses a strength-based approach to help individuals see how family patterns, along with past and present conflicts, can contribute to current struggles. She supports individuals in processing and understanding those conflicts so they can work together towards a resolution.
Sara Slabonik is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Board-Certified Therapist with a Master’s Degree in Art Therapy with a specialization in counseling. Sara has worked with children and adolescents in various settings including outpatient, partial programs, inpatient facilities, schools, and BHRS across Pennsylvania. Sara works with children, adolescents, and adults experiencing a variety of challenges including depression, anxiety, and trauma.