Several practitioners at the Resiliency Center offer individual and couples counseling—including creative and integrative therapies like EMDR, hypnosis, art and expressive therapies, gender identity counseling, and more.
Click on a practitioner below to learn more about their approach to counseling.
Elizabeth Venart is Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified EMDR Therapist, and Approved EMDR Consultant providing individual, couples, and group counseling, clinical supervision, EMDR Consultation, and training programs on trauma, resilience, and organizational wellness. Her counseling practice focuses on working with Highly Sensitive Persons, including other therapists, healing trauma, and creating a meaningful life.
Carolyn Abele is a Licensed Professional Counselor in practice over 12 years. She provides individual and family counseling, behavior and parenting support, and clinical supervision. The Executive Director of a therapeutic school for 8 years, she specializes in working with children, tweens, and teens, and supporting parents in navigating school and behavioral challenges.
Michael R. Bridges, Ph.D. is a former Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology at Temple University and a Licensed Psychologist in the State of Pennsylvania. Dr. Bridges has 25 years of experience in providing psychotherapy, assessment, psychotherapy research, teaching, supervision, and continuing education. His specialties include depression, trauma and anxiety, job stress and career transition.
Licensed Professional Counselor providing individual and family counseling for children and adults using an empowerment and strength-based approach as well as facilitating workshops combining yoga and counseling. Specialties include mindfulness, child and family therapy, trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy, and play therapy.
Barbra Danin, MA, LMFT, is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Clinical Art Therapist, and Certified EMDR Therapist. She provides individual, couples, and family therapy. Her specialties include treating children with anxiety, trauma, and behavioral issues – and empowering parents with concrete tools for lasting change.
Lisa Grant-Feeley is a Licensed Professional Counselor who provides counseling to children and teens, both individually and with their families, in a safe, compassionate setting. With a focus on creating a relationship with each client and a safe place to share concerns, Lisa utilizes a strength-based approach and a variety of evidence-based therapies.
Trudy is a Licensed Professional Counselor providing counseling to adults who are experiencing depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, grief and loss, as well as individuals struggling with relationship issues and issues related to life transitions. Her empathic, person-centered approach provides clients with a safe place for hope and healing.
Heather Hill is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker providing counseling to individuals and families. Specialties include adolescent development, anxiety, depression, parenting, mindfulness, Ecotherapy and ADHD.
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist providing individual, couples, family counseling, and parent coordinating. Specialities include adolescent development, separation, divorce, adoption, and blended families.
A Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Registered Play Therapist who practices Individual and Family Therapy with specialization in Play Therapy and Sandtray Therapy with children and adolescents, and Trauma Focused Therapies with adults. Her areas of practice include trauma, grief and loss, sexual abuse, anxiety, depression, behavior issues, and ADHD.
Jen Perry is a Licensed Professional Counselor. Jen specializes in Mindfulness and Acceptance based strategies to help with anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, life transitions and parenting. She teaches Mindfulness Meditation classes and also coaches individuals to live life from the heart.
Kimberly Katz Vargas, LCSW, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, provides therapy to individuals, couples, and groups. Kim works with adults, couples, and teenagers to address a variety of issues, including depression, anxiety, parenting, relationships, and self-esteem.