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I know this is the fundamental reason why CPC has been successfully serving the Greater Pittsburgh area for so many years. Personal interests include a strong passion for helping rescue animals and supporting local shelters. Witnessing firsthand the positive outcomes these connections make in students' overall educational experience and success, Jessica was driven to further her own education and recently graduated from Edinboro University with a Master in Counseling.

She is currently pursuing licensure in professional counseling to strengthen her advocacy of student mental health. Jessica works with students ages and her counseling philosophy incorporates a strength-based, solution focused approach deed to empower each client. Samantha is a d professional counselor, d behavioral specialist, and holds certification in treating developmental disabilities.

Samantha received her masters degree in counseling psychology from Chatham University in Samantha works to create a warm, welcoming relationship with all of her clients. Samantha frames her work in a holistic format to help those she works with reach their goals and improve their over-all wellness.

Neil is a d professional counselor who earned his Master's Degree in Counseling from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania in He has gained experience in a variety of therapy settings and has provided intensive in home family therapy, school based therapy, as well as individual outpatient therapy to both adults and children aged 5 and up. With adults he focuses on depression, anxiety, PTSD and other mood disorders.

Neil uses many evidenced based practices to help maximize care ranging from CBT, mindfulness training, EMDR and other therapeutic approaches. James works with individuals, couples, and families ages 6 and up. James comes from a background in systems theory but utilizes multiple approaches to therapy, centered on a reality based approach aimed to promote growth, trust, and effective communication with oneself and others. Alison is a d Clinical Social Worker who has been in the field for over twenty years.

The focus of her therapeutic approach is supporting and encouraging people through their life experiences in a strength-based and useful way. She accomplished this after a successful, first career in sales and management. She treats adults over twenty years old. Alison works with clients struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, bereavement, dissociative disorders, trauma, PTSD, parenting challenges, self-esteem development, and self-sabotage difficulties.

Alison helps clients to attain their objectives through working to clarify life challenges and transforming those challenges into positive, client-defined outcomes. She is experienced in working with adults, children, couples, and families in a variety of settings including intensive in-home family therapy. She utilizes a structural therapy approach when working with clients along with cognitive behavioral, dialectical behavioral, and trauma focused cognitive behavioral for children as young as 5.

Her hope is to assist clients in identifying their internal struggles and increasing their ability to make more informed choices for themselves so they can achieve their best sense of self. She has worked in the mental health field in Allegheny County and surrounding areas for the past 20 years. Prior to ing our Center, she served as a member of the opening team for Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic Resolve Crisis Center, an outpatient therapist, and a mental health consultant for varies school districts.

She provides child, family, individual, and group psychotherapy services to clients 4 years of age to adult. Sara's approach is strength based, genuine and non-judgmental. She is an Integrative Psychotherapist who will utilize a variety of therapy approaches to meet the client's individual needs. Barwell is a board certified psychiatrist who has been working with the center since She received a Bachelor of Science degree from Duke University in and graduated magna cum laude with distinction in psychology.

She then attended the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and graduated with a doctor of medicine degree in She trained at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic, finishing her residency in She worked extensively in community psychiatry at WPIC where she provided in-home, community based and homeless care to people with severe and persistent mental illness. She developed a homeless psychiatry elective for residents at WPIC and supervised the program for several years.

This was through Operation Safety Net, an organization with whom she volunteered for many years. Barwell treats teenagers and adults, providing medication and supportive therapy at both the Cranberry and Fox Chapel offices.

She also continues to work in community psychiatry one day a week with Community Human Services in downtown Pittsburgh. Personal interests include animal rescue, as she is involved with several small area organizations and fosters cats for the Animal Rescue League. She has an adopted dog, Max, and three rescued cats. Prior to ing Cranberry Psychological Center in , Nancy provided individual, couples, family and group counseling with organizations including Staunton Clinic, Gateway Rehabilitation Center and Samaritan Counseling Center. Using an integrative, client-centered, solution-focused approach, Nancy has experience treating a variety of mental health issues, emotional struggles, and situational difficulties including depression, anxiety, anger management, grief, self-esteem, addiction and recovery, relationship issues, codependency, parenting challenges, communication skills, conflict resolution, work-related stress, phase of life transitions, self-care, and life balance.

Before transitioning into the counseling profession, Nancy spent over 20 years working in business and finance. Megan has worked in the behavioral health field providing both community based mental health and inpatient care. Valerie Bojarski is a d Professional Counselor who has a decade of experience in the mental health field, including experience with wraparound, working with the homeless community, crisis work, working with teens, and most recently as an outpatient therapist in community mental health.

She works primarily with teens and adults. Valerie's counseling style is primarily person-centered, and she draws from different modalities including CBT, DBT, solution-focused, and Christian Counseling. She has a certification in Intuitive Eating Counseling, and is passionate about body positivity and breaking free from diet culture and the diet mentality. She has worked in a variety of settings as a Nurse Practitioner including inpatient hospital settings as well as nursing facilities. She has cared for patients in many areas including pain management, palliative care and bariatric surgery.

Currently, she specialized in providing medical management to patients 18 years of age and older in the treatment of anxiety, insomnia and depression. She believes in a Holistic approach to psychological health and wellness that involves the relationship between physical, mental, and emotional health.

She also has a certificate in gerontology and is a Clinical Certified Trauma Professional. She has ificant experience working in hospital-based settings doing emergency psychiatric consults and other inpatient mental health work.

Baliegh has received extensive training in Sexual Health. Baliegh will be helping clients to achieve their goals and address their challenges through a strength-based approach. Baliegh enjoys spending time outside with her two silver Labrador Retrievers, playing tennis, along with other self-care activities.

He is also a U. Army Commissioned Officer veteran. Joe is experienced in working with a wide array of mental health, addictions, couples and family concerns. He believes in client-centered treatment while using various evidence-- based practices that include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and the Gottman Couples Therapy Method.

Dani has extensive experience in the mental health and social service fields that spans across 30 years, 4 states and diverse settings that include state agencies, hospitals, community mental health centers and private group practice. In , she graduated from Nyack College in New York with a master's in mental health counseling. Dani is a strengths-based, trauma-informed, client centered psychotherapist who is skilled in facilitating individual, group and couple's therapy.

She has experience assisting adults dealing with trauma, grief and loss, anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, transitions divorce, empty nest, change of career and the substance abuse of a loved one. Helping people identify their strengths, gain insight and apply this insight to make effective change has been very rewarding for Dani. Faith-based counseling is available to clients at their request.

As a couples therapist, Dani uses the Gottman method along with Imago therapy to assist in developing healthier connections in their relationships and effective communication. Dani has worked with couples in crisis due to infidelity, couples struggling with addiction and mental health issues of their children as well as couples dealing with aging issues of their parents. Dani enjoys fitness, cooking, traveling and her work as a foster parent for dogs in need.

He has worked with clients ranging from small children to adults in family based therapy, inpatient drug and alcohol treatment, as a crisis worker, and most as an outpatient therapist at a community based mental health agency.

Although evidence based practice is important, he believes that the relationship between the counselor and client is of the utmost importance and the most ificant curative factor in therapy. Darelle is a d social worker who received her master's degree from the University of Pittsburgh. She provides outpatient therapy to adolescents and young adults. Darelle is passionate about the importance of mental health in athletics and with young people. She works with clients 12 and older and particularly enjoys working with teenagers, college students, and athletes.

Through strengths-based, solution-focused practice, she works with her clients to achieve their goals and address personal challenges. Darelle works with each individual to build a unique treatment plan to help them grow and build confidence in themselves. Chelsea is a d professional counselor and nationally certified counselor. Chelsea has worked with clients ages 3 and up.

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