Katherine Glick is a Licensed Professional Counselor (PA, NJ) and Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor (NJ), as well as a Certified and Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS, CCS). Her professional background includes 10 years of clinical experience working in addiction treatment and psychiatric rehabilitation. She opened her private practice in 2013, specializing in the holistic and integrative treatment of clinical mental health and behavioral disorders, as well as health counseling, coaching, and psychotherapy. She has taught in undergraduate, graduate, and professional development educational programs since 2010.
Hi! My name is Jan Horner. I received a Master of Science in Counselor Education from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette in 2016. I am a pre-licensed mental health counselor working under the supervision of Katherine Glick, LPC (LPC Lic # 37PC00477600, PC009315). I completed a Master’s degree as part of a CACREP-accredited program, which gave me insight into utilizing eclectic counseling techniques to assist individuals of all ages from different cultures, socioeconomic statuses, and religious/spiritual backgrounds. I believe that a caring, authentic and strong connection between clients and the therapist is essential to facilitate meaningful change and it is a privilege to be to be invited to participate in another person’s transformational journey. The invitation to be in a healing relationship must be met with respect, authentic compassion, and real human-to-human engagement. My role as a therapist is to not only help clients heal the inevitable relational wounds, but also to help them cultivate the resilience to live life with clarity, courage, and compassion. The philosophical backing for my work is found in Relational-Cultural Theory (RCT) which posits that we grow through and towards healthy relationships; we are hardwired to connect. Therapy helps make sure those connections are healthy. I seek to help clients find the changes they seek by responding to the needs and challenges that emerge during our work together. As a therapist, I listen and respond as a non-judgmental witness trying to understand how all the parts of their experience affect movement toward their desired goals.
Ryan Cocron attended Thomas Jefferson University where he earned his Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy with a focus on sex therapy. He spent 3 years working in community mental health and drug and alcohol facilities providing individual, family, and group therapy. Ryan’s approach to therapy is caring, calm, personal, and empathetic. Ryan strives to create a safe and comfortable space that allows individuals to be authentic. Areas of focus include: LGBTQ+, sexuality, intimacy, addiction, anxiety, depression, and unresolved trauma. Ryan has experience working with individuals with substance use disorders, the LGBTQ+ Community, parents, and teens. Ryan’s theoretical framework is based on the idea that we are programmed and shaped by the people and environments in which we grow up; therefore, much of Ryan’s work involves exploring relationships, memories, and messages from our family. In addition to family background exploration, Ryan uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Bowen Family Systems Theory, and Gottman Method.
Katherine Wendler, MFT, MEd is a pre-licensed professional providing individual, relational and group therapy under the supervision of Alphonse Pignataro, LMFT, CSA (LMFT Lic# MF000080). After relocating from Wisconsin to Philadelphia, Katherine completed an MFT at Thomas Jefferson University in their Couples and Family Therapy program with a specialization in sex therapy. She continued into a MEd/PhD program studying Human Sexuality at Widener University. Katherine’s therapeutic approach emphasizes compassion, empowerment and transparency. She welcomes anyone who Is seeking therapy and has a history of working regularly with folx struggling with substance use, disordered eating, body image, relationships, communication, and sex and sexuality, including gender identity, sexual orientation, and pain with sexual activities. Katherine has experiencing working with the LGBTQIA+ community, people experiencing homelessness, non-monogamous relationships, and various harm-reduction treatment programs.
Hi! My name is Octavia Beyah (she/her) and I am a pre-licensed therapist from Philly currently working under the clinical supervision of Akeesha Washington, LPC (LPC License # PC010543). My work experience includes providing therapy in high schools, the juvenile justice system, hospitals, and private practice settings. As a humanistic and trauma-informed therapist, I view my role as a collaborative partner in which we work together towards the goals that you set for yourself. I compassionately work with clients and empower them to envision and work towards what healing and mental wellness means to them. I believe that change occurs when we understand our patterns of behavior and choose ways of being that are more congruent with the goals we set for ourselves. My intention is to never pathologize or label clients, but rather take into account the ways that everyday stressors such as racism, marginalization, oppression, poverty, and various other systems play a role in shaping who we are. I am passionate about decreasing the barriers and stigma associated with therapy, especially within the Black and brown community. My hope is that our sessions will support you on your healing journey.<br /> I LOVE the Internal Family Systems Model (IFS) because of it’s deep respect for who and how we are. That said, I work integratively, pulling from a variety of strategies and models depending on what’s most beneficial to you.</p> <p>I received my Masters from The Family Institute at Northwestern University. I’ve done extensive training through the IFS-Institute. I’m also a Certified Yoga Teacher, as well as a Group, Workshop & Retreat Facilitator. And for whatever it’s worth, I am in individual and couple’s therapy myself because it’s amazing and transformative. I believe that all people and relationships (even the healthy ones) can benefit from having a space to process, heal, and grow.
My name is Rachael Harkins. I am the Clinical Coordinator at Fishtown Wellness Center, as well as a Psychotherapist. I hold a Master’s Degree in Clinical Counseling / Psychotherapy from Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. I am working towards licensure with the expectation to be an official LPC in April of 2021. I have experience working with adults of diverse backgrounds who have struggled with addictions, trauma, life transitions, grief & loss, anxiety, depression, and mood disorders. I work within a psychodynamic modality to help clients uncover patterns of thinking and behavior that no longer serve them, so that they can let them go. I really enjoy working with individuals with the goal to foster a stronger and healthier relationship with themselves and their place within the world. Empathy, empowerment, and acceptance are at the core of my clinical practice. I am exceptionally motivated and committed to the wellness and healing of those that I have the opportunity to work and connect with.
My name is Ashley Lagrange. I hold a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. I am also a certified K-12 School Counselor in the state of Pennsylvania. I have experience with a combination of youth work and school based counseling, as well as experience working with the Queer and Trans Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (QTBIPoC) population. As a therapist, I work mostly with transitional age youth (16-24) and up. I have experience working with the LGBTQIA+ community, using a humanistic, ecological approach to discuss depression, anxiety, racial trauma, gender and sexuality, including gender identity, sexual orientation, grief, and ableism. As a clinician, I seek to guide and hold space for folks as they go through their own journey towards self awareness, accountability, and actualization. I adapt to each client’s capacity but frequently provide homework or encourage extra work outside so that the individual is engaging in real life with the topics we discuss in session. I like to remind clients that therapy is not done one way but can be adapted to what honors their individual experience, energy, and emotions.
Allison Berenking, MS, PA-C holds an undergraduate degree from Hollins University in Clinical Psychology and received her Master of Science as a Physician Assistant in 2011 from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. She has since continued her training in Functional Medicine and Nutrition Health Coaching, and has spent the past several years transitioning her medical practice into an Integrative model with a focus in mental health. Allison currently practices locally as a Physician Assistant in Addiction Medicine and Psychiatry, and has a strong passion for working with people who are facing the challenges of substance abuse and addiction in a variety of forms. In addition to her role as a PA, Allison works with individual clients as a Certified Health Coach, taking a whole person approach as she dives into what it means to care for one's mind and body on a path towards whole body wellness.
Brenna Steiner is an Integrative Health Consultant with over 15 years of experience working with clients and collaborating with clinicians and other health professionals across the country. Brenna is formally trained in health promotion management, nutrition education, exercise science, breathwork and meditation. Brenna received a B.A. from Marymount Manhattan College (Psychology & Communication Arts) and an M.S. from American University (Health Promotion Management & Nutrition Education). She is certified through the National Academy of Sports Medicine as a personal trainer, and through the Corrective Holistic Exercise Kinesiology (C.H.E.K.) Institute in Advanced Exercise Coaching and Holistic Lifestyle Coaching. She is a Certified Meditation Teacher through The Mindfulness Center in Washington, D.C and in Performance Breathwork through XPT Extreme Performance Training, in California. Through educational seminars and professional mentorships, Brenna’s mission is to teach what she calls integrative health “micro-tools” that health practitioners can learn, apply and offer to their clients and patients with time to spare in their appointments. Each of these tools are intended to amplify the provider’s approach and interventions by honoring the interrelationship of the mind and body.