Alexandra T. Milspaw, PhD, M.Ed., LPC
Specializes in trauma, sexual health, and chronic pain/illness
Dr. Charlie Curtis, BCH is Board Certified by the National Guild of Hypnotists. He helps with eating habits, smoking-cessation, and emotional stress of all kinds, and specializes in helping those with medical issues reduce pain, discomfort, and emotional distress. His passion is for teaching mindfulness meditation to clients and classes for increased wellness and peace of mind, to help them achieve results similar to those described in Mindfulness-Based-Stress-Reduction (MBSR) and Mindfulness-Based-Cognitive-Therapy (MBCT) programs.He is an award-winning hypnotist on the continuing education faculty of NGH who has been teaching stress management to clients and classes since 1983. He is a Master Practitioner and Trainer in Neuro-Linguistic-Programming for the National Federation of NLP (www.nfnlp.com). He has been a life-long practitioner of various forms of meditation, especially mindfulness meditation and has taught mindfulness at Continuing Education Conferences. Read More about Charlie here
To set up an appointment, contact Charles Curtis directly at 610 775-0271. Fee is $120/hr.
Sara Edwards, M.Ed., M.Ed.
Specializes in LGBTQIA and sex therapy
Sara Edwards has been providing counseling for the past four years. She earned her Masters of Education in Counseling Psychology and Human Services from Lehigh University and is currently pursuing her doctoral degree in Human Sexuality at Widener University. Working with clients around relationship and sexuality issues is her passion. She has experience working with addictions, anxiety, depression, trauma Read More
Jessica Day, M.Ed.
Specializes in Children and Adolescents
Jessica Day earned her Masters of Education in Clinical Mental Health at Kutztown University. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from West Chester University in 2015 where she was awarded the Psychology Department’s Academic Achievement Award and graduated summa cum laude. Jessica specializes in working with children and adolescents, and has been a therapeutic staff support for non neuro-typical Read More
Khadija Salim, M.Ed.
Specializes in addiction and trauma
Khadija earned her Masters of Education in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Kutztown University in May 2018. She is passionate about and has experience in working with clients struggling with trauma, anxiety, depression, and substance abuse. She utilizes an integrative approach in supporting individuals to meet their unique goals, while nourishing resiliency, self-acceptance and growth. It is her belief that through advocacy, education, non-judgment, and compassion that individuals can gain emotional healing and freedom.
Khadija is a stress management consultant and is trained in mindfulness and Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), in addition to being certified in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP). She has been published in an academic journal, and has presented her research at numerous conferences. She is a member of the American Counseling Association and Chi Sigma Iota.
Stewart Maloney, M.Ed.
Specializes in working with males and blended families
Stewart enjoys working with a variety of clients, including those experiencing anxiety and/or depression, trauma, worry, relationship challenges, and blended family challenges, to name a few. He collaborates with clients to meet their most essential, immediate goals, and works to promote long-term wellness by identifying a person’s innate strengths and resourcefulness. Stewart also works well with matters concerning masculinity and the “male” perspective in general, and men seeking to better understand or support their partners. That said, he uses the term “male” loosely and welcomes clients of any orientation/identity.
In addition to his counseling experience, Stewart has extensive experience in the “corporate world” and enjoys working with people seeking change or guidance in their career/educational path, or seeking a better work-life balance. Stewart received his bachelor’s degree from Widener University in 2012 and his Master’s degree in Clinical and Counseling Psychology from Chestnut Hill College in 2016. Formal trainings include, but are not limited to Psychodynamic Psychology, Action-method treatments (aka “Psychodrama”), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Focusing techniques.
April Pilz, LMT
Specializes in chronic pain and trauma
Licensed Massage Therapist, PA License #MSG005402
April Pilz has been practicing professional massage therapy in the Lehigh Valley since 2001. She studied Integrated Massage Therapy at Lehigh Valley Healing Arts Academy and continues to study new modalities and refine her skills every year. She specializes in the treatment of chronic pain caused by ongoing health conditions such as fibromyalgia and injuries caused by repetitive strain or trauma. April is a member of Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals (ABMP) and holds a current Massage Therapy License in Pennsylvania. More information at www.aprilpilzlmt.com