Several practitioners at the Resiliency Center offer counseling for individuals—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.
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.
Therese Daniels is a Licensed Professional Counselor who provides individual, couples/family counseling, nature therapy, and groups. She uses Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, and Mindfulness to help with anxiety, depression, life transitions, self-esteem, and more. She works collaboratively with clients to figure out what they need and assist them in their journey.
Bernadette is a Licensed Psychologist providing therapy for teens and adults. Her approach is collaborative and individualized to help clients create meaningful change. Specialties include anxiety, depression, emotion regulation, trauma, suicide, self-injury, stress, chronic pain/illness, LGBTQIA+ care, and insomnia.
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.
An avid meditator and long-time participant in the meditation group at The Resiliency Center, Andrea McGady provides weekly mindfulness and meditation classes.
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.
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.
Lindsay Roznowski is a Licensed Professional Counselor providing individual and family therapy to children, adolescents, and adults. Specialties include trauma-focused cognitive behavior therapy, DBT, and the integration of yoga and mindfulness. Focusing on strengths and the impact of family and significant life experiences, she works collaboratively to create meaningful goals for change.
Olivia is a Licensed and Board-Certified therapist that provides individual and group therapy for teens and adults. She specializes in supporting teens and adults in life transitions. Olivia utilizes DBT, Solution-focused brief therapy, and mindfulness to work collaboratively to build confidence and clarity about your identity and life direction.
Julia is a Pre-Licensed Professional Counselor and a play therapist. She provides individual counseling for children ages three to twelve, using creative and expressive modalities. She specializes in working with children who have experienced trauma and those with ADHD or behavioral issues.