|John is a licensed psychologist
who has been helping adults overcome depression,
anxiety, fears and self-defeating personality
styles. His approach is eclectic, tailoring
to each individual's needs. Special areas of
interest are marital therapy and spiritual issues,
from a Christian perspective. John does Psychological
Evaluations/Testing for Act 235, the Police Academy
and International Adoptions.
|Kathleen Cunningham MA, MSW, LCWS, BCD
|Kathleen Cunningham graduated from
the University of Pittsburgh with a Bachelors
degree in CommunicatCunningham ion Arts and Rhetoric and
Psychology, a Masters degree in Communication
Arts and Rhetoric, a Masters degree in Social
Work, and has completed coursework and comprehensive
exams towards a PhD. in Social Work Administration.
She is currently writing a doctoral dissertation
on Healthy Survivors of Incest-grief and healing
Kathleen's clinical experiences include treating
sex addictions, sexual offenders, victims of sexual,
domestic and emotional abuse, Trauma, PTSD, grief
and bereavement work and developing and directing
The Children's Safe Parenting Center-a supervised
visitation center in Fayette County. Both as a
single mother of five grown children and as a
professional, Kathleen has an interest in assisting
people struggling with parenting issues, single
parenting, divorce and separation and recovery
from other major life altering events. Kathleen
works with children, adolescents, adults, elderly
adults and couples.
|Reva L. Neiman, MSN, RNCS, is
an individual therapist utilizing CBT, IPT and
PET Therapy focused on depression and anxiety
including ages 10 – adults.
Reva has been working in the mental
health area for twenty-six years. She is a Board
Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse. She
holds a Masters Degree from the University of
Pittsburgh School of Nursing, in addition to a
Bachelor of Science Degree. Her interests include
working with clients who have issues with depression,
anxiety, stress, and related concerns. She has
worked with patients aged 12 years through 70
years. The last several years she has worked with
a large number of adolescents and young adults.
In addition to treating depression and anxiety,
she has experience working with individuals with
OCD and schizophrenia, as well as with couples
and family therapy. She has been utilizing Cognitive
Behavior Therapy, IPT, and behavioral modification
as her modes of treatment.
PET Therapy includes using two golden retrievers,
5 years of age, Simba and Kita, to alleviate
depressive and anxiety symptoms. These two
golden retrievers are certified to be present
in all sessions: individual, group, couples,
and family therapy. These are the only dogs
permitted to be in sessions.
|Bob is a graduate of the University
of Pittsburgh with Masters Degrees in both Social
Work and Public Health.He has over twenty fives
years of clinical experience in the mental health
field working with diverse clients. He has special
expertise working with children, adolescents,
and families. Bob's interests include helping
people with emotional or behavioral problems,
parenting issues, or family discord.
|Alan is a Licensed Professional
Counselor and a Certified Advanced Alcohol and
Drug Counselor with over thirty years experience
counseling adults in individual and group sessions.
Areas of emphasis include anxiety, stress management,
depression, family of origin issues, relationship
concerns, loss and bereavement, alcohol and drug
use disorders, co-occurring disorders and men's
issues. Alan has an approach that is eclectic
and includes helping individuals explore and
better understand how their development years,
critical life events and significant past experiences
may be impacting their present difficulties.
This process is combined with providing guidance
and support to assist individuals in making desired
adjustments and changes in their thinking and
behavior. Alan has a particular interest in counseling
men around issues including feelings of estrangement,
isolation and anger, abuse, step-family, separation,
divorce, fatherhood and recovery from alcohol
and drug use disorders.
|Sue is a Licensed Professional
Counselor (LPC), and a National Certified Counselor
(NCC) with experience working with children,
individuals, families, and couples. Sue specializes
in childhood and adolescent concerns, anxiety,
adult and child ADHD, family counseling, relationship
issues, and grief and loss.
She completed her undergraduate education at
Seton Hill University and received a bachelor
in Social Work, then a Masters in Counselor Education
at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Sue is impassioned to help children, individuals,
couples, and families through difficult times
and empower those who want to make positive changes.
Her professionalism is derived not only from education, training, and years of
professional experience, but also from life experience and her natural passion
to help and heal.
Carol views the counseling
process as collaborative one that builds character
and resilience in managing the full range of
life’s expectable challenges. She believes
that much can be understood about ourselves,
our world view, our relationships and our attitudes
and behaviors through exploring emotions and
cognitions. Utilizing insight gained, as well
as trying new things that are essential to
making changes, it is possible to get “unstuck,” attain
the goals you’ve set, and redefine yourself.
Carol has extensive experience helping adults
from all walks of life, has worked in outpatient
chemical dependency, mental health/human services,
and in education and training settings, doing
career and personal counseling. She also provides
Employee Assistance Program (EAP) services.
Carol works exclusively with individuals,
age 21 and older. In her work, she incorporates
elements of psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral
Areas of emphasis include:
• Cultivating coping skills and strategies/challenging and altering
counterproductive thought patterns
• Overcoming Childhood Emotional Neglect (CEN)
• Coming to terms with distressing past experiences
• Relief from anxiety/depression/self-limiting behaviors
• Self-regard/assertive communication skills
• Addiction/recovery/Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACOA) traits
• Co-dependency/interpersonal boundaries
• Relationship issues/(same sex or straight)/Women’s roles and concerns
• Transcending abuse/mistreatment (emotional/sexual/physical)
• Estrangements within significant relationships
• Navigating through career/employment/life transitions
• Various grief/loss experiences
• Miscarriages/Involuntary childlessness
• Pet loss
Karen is a licensed professional counselor
who has worked with adults ages 18 and older
throughout her outpatient therapy career. She
works with individuals struggling with depression
and anxiety along with challenging life transitions
such as break ups, divorce, career changes,
work-place difficulties, grief/loss, addictions
and health disorders. Karen has helped individuals
strengthen their communication skills so they
can mend bridges in relationships where they
had once been broken.
Karen has specialized training in emotional
regulation, communication skills and treating
anxiety resulting from trauma (including post-traumatic
stress disorder). She is trained and certified
in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing),
which helps release previously stored trauma
that negatively affects an individual’s
relationships, work success and decision-making.
Karen provides a safe, collaborative and strength-based
client environment that helps individuals live
happier, healthier and more meaningful lives.