Adrienne Hermes, LPC, NCC
Adrienne Hermes earned a bachelor's degree in psychology from Mercyhurst University and a MA in counseling psychology from Edinboro Univerisity. Adrienne maintains certification from the National Board of Certified Counselors (NCC) and is also a certified yoga instructor (CYT).
Adrienne has extensive training in Structural Family Therapy and also utilizes modalities such as TraumaFocused-CBT, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Mindfulness. Adrienne has provided psychotherapy for children, adults, families, and couples, addressing autism spectrum disorders, anxiety, personality disorders, depression, trauma, grief and loss, addiction and substance abuse.
Adrienne also offers clients and families dealing with serious mental illness support, understanding, and coping skills to allow for long term recovery.
For Adrienne, the therapeutic relationship is central for progress to occur in therapy. She utilizes strength based, holistic, and humanistic approaches to assist with supporting overall wellness for maximum functioning.
Kristin Jaundrill, LCSW
Kristin has provided mental health treatment for various issues, including anxiety, depression, trauma, adjustment disorders, ADHD, behavior disorders and developmental disorders.
Kristin's therapeutic approach is integrative. She practices client-centered and strength-based therapy utilizing treatment models such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and solution-focused therapy. She has received additional training in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT).
Kristin strives to create a comfortable therapeutic environment to support and empower individuals in achieving their goals.
Grace King, LPC, NCC
Grace King earned a bachelor's degree in psychology at King’s College and a master's in clinical-counseling psychology at LaSalle University. Grace has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, families, and couples.
Grace believes that everyone deserves to live a useful and happy life and is therefore committed to supporting her clients in overcoming the obstacles that get in the way of them reaching their full potential and achieving their goals.
Grace’s therapeutic approach is eclectic, where she utilizes modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution Focused Therapy and Mindfulness.
Grace has provided psychotherapy for people struggling with depression, anxiety, phobias, trauma, grief and loss, addiction, relationships, anger management, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, personality disorders, adjustment disorder, communication, low self-esteem and life transitions.
Dr. Eugene Devers, D.Min., LCSW
Dr. Devers maintains clinical certification by the Academy of Certified Social Workers (ACSW) and is a Pennsylvania licensed clinical social worker (LCSW).
Dr. Devers helps individuals, couples and families create positive change in their lives.
With many decades of experience, Dr. Devers helps clients resolve a wide range of emotional, behavioral and relational problems, using culturally sensitive, client centered and solution-focused counseling care.
Heidi Faust, LCSW
Heidi has provided psychotherapy for various issues, including depression, anxiety, panic attacks, phobias, trauma, grief, addiction/substance abuse, anger management, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, relationships, communication, careers and life transitions. In addition, Heidi has extensive training in the treatment of sexual abuse and trauma.
Heidi’s therapeutic approach is eclectic.
She draws on principles from psychodynamic psychotherapy, cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) and humanistic-existential psychotherapy with a strong belief in utilizing supportive, strengths-based approaches.
Alan Goldberg, Ph.D.
Dr. Alan Goldberg has been licensed as a psychologist, practicing in Pennsylvania since 1982. Trained at Antioch, Southwest, and Pennsylvania State Universities, he currently serves an adult population addressing issues that affect mood and overall adjustment and wellness.
Dr. Goldberg describes his treatment philosophy as follows:
"I believe that any effective client-therapist relationship requires an atmosphere of mutual respect and I see my own role in that relationship as that of a coach and mentor in exploring new and more effective ways of thinking, feeling and coping."
While utilizing a wide range of techniques, suited to each individual's needs, Dr. Goldberg draws heavily from cognitive-behavioral, rational-emotive, transactional analysis and positive psychology orientations.
Johanna Isaacs, Psy.D.
is a licensed clinical psychologist in Pennsylvania. She earned a bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Pennsylvania and a master's and Psy.D. in clinical psychology from Widener University. She has experience working with children, young adults, adults, families and couples in psychotherapy. Through cognitive-behavioral interventions, mindfulness techniques, and positive life coaching approaches, she has helped people cope with the stress of life transitions, the symptoms of anxiety and depression, and the challenges of learning disabilities, autism spectrum and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorders. Dr. Isaacs believes that creating a strong therapeutic relationship that is collaborative, supportive, and focused on positive solutions is what leads to effective long-term life changes. She also has extensive experience conducting psychological assessments for children and adults to determine academic accommodations for schools, colleges, and standardized testing, diagnostic testing for learning disabilities and AD/HD, and IQ and academic testing.