All of our services are offered by our wonderful team:
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). (To see all of Kat's licensures and certifications, please click the ``read more`` button blelow). 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. Kat expanded on her business and opened Fishtown Wellness Center in 2017. In addition, she has taught in undergraduate, graduate, and professional development educational programs since 2010. Kat I am committed to creating mental health and community spaces that prioritize the person, above all else.
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) that is nationally certified (NCC) by the National Board of Certified Counselors. I also act as the Clinical Coordinator at Fishtown Wellness Center. I currently hold licensure in the states of Pennsylvania, Arizona, and Colorado. I am also registered to practice teletherapy in the state of Florida. I hold a Master’s Degree in Clinical Counseling / Psychotherapy from Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia. I have experience working with adults of diverse backgrounds. Specifically, with codependency, trauma, systematic oppression, life transitions, neurodivergence, recovery, grief & loss, anxiety, depression, and mood disorders. My current passion is working with creatives and neurodivergent individuals. I also enjoy working with other therapists and those with occupations within the mental health field. I work within a psychodynamic modality to help clients uncover patterns of thinking and behavior that no longer serve them. Overall, I am passionate about working with individuals that want to foster a stronger and healthier relationship with themselves and their personal goals. Empathy, empowerment, and self-expression 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.
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.</p> <p>Katherine’s therapeutic approach emphasizes compassion, empowerment and transparency. She welcomes anyone who Is seeking therapy. She has a history of working regularly with folx struggling with substance use, disordered eating, body image, relationships, communication, and sex and sexuality. More specifically, 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.
Hello! My name is Kierson Romero (she/her). I hold master’s degrees in both counseling and education from the University of Pennsylvania and Widener University. Currently I am pursuing a doctorate in Human Sexuality Studies at Widener. I have been working in the fields of community mental health, addiction and recovery, and harm reduction since 2016. I am a pre-licensed clinician working towards becoming a Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor. My main priority is to support my clients through their journey of self-awareness as they work towards self-actualization. Often I encourage each client to engage in activities outside of the therapeutic sessions in order to promote further growth and knowledge of self and ones needs. I continue to remain committed to helping each client that I have the privilege of working with.
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.</p> <p>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 family. In addition, Ryan uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Bowen Family Systems Theory, and Gottman Method in his practice.
My name is Ashley Lagrange. I hold a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. Additionally, 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.</p> <p>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.
My name is Nathan Houck. I hold a Master’s Degree in Clinical and Counseling Psychology from Chestnut Hill College. Currently, I am working towards licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Pennsylvania, working under the clinical supervision of Lucie Hoy, LPC. I also have a Master’s Degree in Philosophy from Georgia State University. I have experience in multiple clinical settings working with anxiety, depression, life transitions, loss and grief, interpersonal and relational difficulties, and substance use. Also, I work with individuals who may simply want to better understand themselves, identify their purpose, or grapple with questions of meaning in life.</p> <p>My therapeutic orientation is psychodynamic, which means that I focus on the therapeutic relationship while also exploring how relationships with other people and systems in your life have had an impact on you. My therapeutic approach is trauma informed, gender affirming, and antioppressive, which means discussions of systems of power, oppression, and privilege are welcome and encouraged in the therapeutic space. I also incorporate elements of mindfulness, spirituality, and other therapeutic approaches when helpful – because one approach does not fit all when it comes to therapy. The core of my therapeutic philosophy is the acknowledgement that every person has a right to be who they are and to better understand themselves as they move through life.
Riley Fortier, M.Ed. (they/he) is a sexuality educator in the greater Philadelphia area, focusing on holistic wellness and LGBTQ+ diversity in higher education. Previously, Riley earned their Masters of Education in Human Sexuality Studies from Widener University and their undergraduate degrees focusing on biology, psychology, and gender and sexuality studies from Roger Williams University. Riley seeks to provide sexuality and wellness workshops geared towards adults as well as LGBTQ+ trainings to professors and staff in higher education facilities. He currently provides community-based lesson plans and workshops for the greater Philadelphia area, as well as content creation and social media management for Fishtown Wellness Center. Riley is driven to foster inclusive educational environments and to provide medically accurate, pleasure-guided, and socially conscious sexuality education workshops with their audience.
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