Creative. Competent. Compassionate.
Blake W. Ringenberg. LPC,
Blake is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) known for providing unique, engaging therapy for individuals, couples, and families. He specializes in narrative, experiential, and person-centered therapy techniques. Blake earned his masters in clinical counseling from Columbia International University in 2012 and has worked extensively with adolescents, and young adults. Blake has a rich background in religion as well as philosophy. Blake is a board certified therapist and licensed to practice as a professional counselor in the State of Michigan as well as Pennsylvania.
Heather Lane, LCSW
Heather is passionate about accompanying individuals on their journey to wholeness. In her work with individuals and groups, she considers it an honor to experience the resiliency of the human spirit. She has an extensive background in working with individuals who have experienced grief and trauma, as well as with families dealing with long-term illness and disability. Other areas of special interest include divorce recovery and other adjustment issues, depression, anxiety, and postpartum depression. She utilizes cognitive behavioral techniques and draws from other modalities to help clients achieve their goals and grow through challenges. During her career, she has also enjoyed working with children, utilizing various art and play therapy techniques. Helping to facilitate growth in others is one of the greatest joys of her life. In her personal time, she can be found in the kitchen, on a hiking trail, or at an art museum.
Paula Kiernan, MA Coach, CAADC
Paula is a seasoned counselor who will listen attentively to your concerns, and provide compassionate support. Paula has over 30 years of clinical experience with a wide variety of clients. Paula will use her training, extensive experience, and personal skills to set you at ease, and to assist you in expressing yourself, gaining insight, resolving struggles, setting goals, and making or maintaining changes.
Paula's orientation is eclectic, including cognitive-behavioral and interpersonal approaches. Paula can help you with specific concerns, or personal growth and life satisfaction issues. Paula believe's in attending to the whole person, and your connections to both self and others. Paula has extensive experience working with addiction, trauma, grief, loss, and co-occurring disorders. Personal experience in these areas has given Paula not only the knowledge, but the experience of understanding these issues with compassion and sensitivity to individual stories. Finding a better way to bring meaning and authenticity to your life is Paula's goal.
Sean Cornwall , MA, MFT
I believe there is no "one size fits all" when it comes to therapy. Using a humanistic foundation, we can adjust from a collaborative narrative style to a directive style of therapy depending on your personality and goals. It's my belief that you should feel welcome, accepted, and comfortable when you walk into a therapy session. It is my goal to bring that humanity and warmth to each session. Whether you're an individual, couple, or family, we all come to crossroads, speed bumps, blockades, or even unwavering ambivalence.
Men can often find it difficult to bring about change in their lives, choosing to just bear the burden and carry on. My men’s counseling style comes from Jordan B. Peterson, Jocko Willink, and other leaders of men. We can walk together as we uncover your true potential as a man in today’s world. Individuals, couples, and families are all welcome to come out and experience the home-like atmosphere of our therapy offices. I want to help you find your potential sitting right below the surface of your life. It would be my privilege to walk beside you as we discover your unique way of bringing about change in your life.
Aimee Bernstein, LCSW
Aimee Bernstein, LCSW earned her Master's degree from Temple University, Harrisburg campus in January 2002. Since then she has worked in a variety of counseling roles, including outpatient therapy, group therapy, family practice setting and home-based work. She has experience in assisting individuals and families with depression, anxiety, mood disorders, substance use issues, trauma, grief and loss, self esteem, relationship issues, anger management, parenting concerns and eating issues. She uses a variety of counseling techniques, including cognitive therapy, valuing each person's experience and expertise in their own life, solution-focused work and motivational interviewing. She values each person's right to make decisions for themselves, and strives to be open, supportive, encouraging and honest. She remains inspired by people's ability to overcome difficult things, move toward positive emotions and experiences and thrive.
In her free time, she enjoys hiking, going to new places, the ocean, good food, art, music, her spiritual journey, her pets and crocheting. She has found parenting to be a rewarding and challenging experience and has learned so much through the process.
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