Mindfulness-based Therapy

Mindfulness-based therapy approaches help people become more aware of the present moment, including their feelings, thoughts, and reactions. Practices include meditation and a wide range of practices that invite people to slow down, develop greater calm and curiosity, and learn to pause before reacting.

Practitioners

Jen Perry, MSEd, MA, LPC

Jen Perry, MSEd, MA, LPC

Jen Perry, MSEd, MA, LPC

Jen Perry is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Life Coach, and Mindfulness Meditation Teacher. Jen Perry builds on her clients’ values and strengths and teaches them mindfulness and creative problem-solving skills, empowering them to find authentic self-expression in the world. Her approach balances the desire for personal growth and change with acceptance and loving-kindness for self and others.

» Visit Jen’s website.

» Contact Jen at jenperry7@mac.com and (215) 292-5056.

Elizabeth Campbell

Children express themselves in much different ways than adults and require different therapeutic interventions than traditional talk therapy. Elizabeth provides a variety of mediums for children to express themselves through their language: play.

» Learn more at elizabethcampbellcounseling.com

» Contact Elizabeth at elizabeth@elizabethcampbellcounseling.com or 610-757-8163

Elizabeth Venart, M.Ed., LPC

Elizabeth Venart

Elizabeth is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Elizabeth works with individuals and couples to guide them in developing greater compassion for themselves and in healing the trauma at the root of where they feel stuck.

Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy helps clients learn to identify how their thoughts can contribute to or help lessen their difficulties and pain. I teach clients methods for slowing down their mind so that they can more fully experience the present moment – including meditation strategies, visualization, breath focus, and grounding exercises.

» Learn more at www.elizabethvenart.com

» Contact Elizabeth at ElizabethLPC@comcast.net or (215) 233-2002

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Using cognitive and mindfulness approaches, Heather works with clients to reveal patterns of thinking and behaving that contribute to anxiety and depression. She is particularly interested in helping clients overcome social isolation and to feel connected to a broader community and sense of meaning.

» Contact Heather Hill, MSS, LCSW, to learn more at 215-485-7205 or Heatherhilltherapy@gmail.com

Vanessa Mortillo, LPC

Vanessa Mortillo

Vanessa is a Licensed Professional Counselor that provides individual and group therapy to youth and young adults. Utilizing mindfulness, expressive arts, and play therapy modalities, she harnesses creativity and imagination in the service of growth and healing.

» Contact Vanessa at vanessamortilloepcs@gmail.com or by phone at (267) 507-5793

Therese Daniels, MA, LPC

Therese M. Daniels, MA, LPC

Being aware of the present moment, the here and now, can be a struggle. The world around us is so busy. It is easy to get distracted and overwhelmed and this can create anxiety. 

Therese can use Mindfulness techniques to help you figure out how to be in the present moment. Using the senses such as smell, touch, taste, sounds, and vision, she will help you discover the beauty that lives in the here and now.

» For more information and/or to schedule a session with Therese Daniels, please contact her directly at therese.danielslcpc@gmail.com or at 410-919-9673

Brittiney George, BS, CSS, CEIM

Brittiney George

Brittiney specializes in helping people find their ground when they are feeling thrown by life and movement when they’re feeling stuck. This can be due to trauma (physical, emotional, or relational) or by a life event that requires new movement (i.e. new job, new baby, or a new relationship).

Whether you are coming in for an individual session, a movement class, or a workshop, her intention is that you leave feeling seen, heard, supported, and most of all, deeply listened to.

» To schedule an appointment, or for more information, please contact Brittiney at movebackintolife@gmail.com or (610) 389-7866

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