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Caetlyn is the founder of the practice and is licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist. A graduate of Chestnut Hill College in 2014 and undergrad of The Pennsylvania State University in 2012, Caetlyn enjoys working with children, teens, adults, couples, and families. Her approach is collaborative, client-centered, and solution-focused. In her free time, Caetlyn enjoys spending time with her family, including her young daughter and toddler son.
Abner is a bilingual (English/Spanish) Licensed Professional Counselor, dually licensed in Pennsylvania and Delaware. He received his Master’s degree in Counseling from Wilmington University and has over 16 years of broad experience in counseling. His work includes, but is not limited to: anxiety, depression, PTSD, behavioral concerns, ADHD, anger management, stress management, relationship difficulties, and grief. Abner is certified in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy. His experience includes working with children, teens, adults, families and couples. His approach utilizes evidence-based treatment models, and he believes in working together with the individual and family to find the best approach.
Heather Alford, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist with certifications in Neuropsychology Health Psychology and School Psychology. She specializes in psychotherapy and neuropsychological evaluation and treatment. She received her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Widener University. She completed her Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Pediatric Rehabilitation Psychology at A.I. duPont’s Hospital for Children, in Wilmington Delaware.
Dr. Alford provides a wide range of psychological services to individuals and families. Her interests include ecopsychology, neuropsychological evaluation, integrating neuroscience and therapeutic interventions, and building resilience in youth, couples and families. She is passionate about working with clients to increase their overall sense of well-being and helping them reach their best possible quality of life.
Neuropsychological assessment and consultation; individual, couples and family therapy with adults and children (ages 5+)
o Autism Spectrum Disorders
o Traumatic Brain Injury
o Learning Disability
o Intellectual disability
o Neurodevelopmental disorders
o Career Counseling
o Stress Management
o Adjustment & Life Transition Issues
o Living With Disability, Illness, Pain
o Relationship Issues
o Social Skills Development
o Current and Past Trauma
o School Problems
o Women’s Issues
o Grieving, Loss, Bereavement
Clinical Experience: 20+ years
Schools: Widener University
Kathy’s clinical training and life experience bring a strengths-based approach to her counseling. She loves to serve individuals and their families as they face behavioral, relationship and emotional challenges. She believes healing and growth happen in relationship and she uses a trauma informed perspective to assess the impact of previous experiences on current struggles. She is skilled at creating a comfortable environment to make therapy feel normal, natural, and even a little fun. In her free time, Kathy loves to spend time outside, hiking and exploring with her family, and their nutty dog.
Areas of Focus
Attachment • ADHD • Anxiety • Behavioral Issues • Body Image-Disordered Eating • Codependency • Self-Esteem • Trauma • Family Conflict • Parenting Challenges • Grief and Loss • Life Transitions • Maternal Mental Health • Relationship Difficulties • Women’s Issues
Thank you for stopping to read. Your journey starts when you find the right person to listen. I find that we are the experts in ourselves when it comes to behavior change or processing through things that are happening. Some areas that I have worked with are anxiety, stress, trauma, worry, grief, loss, and behavior concerns. I would love to talk to you about your experience.
I use a strengths based and solution focused approach to therapy. I have been trained in Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Traumatic Art Narrative Therapy, Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy, and Laughter Yoga. I use motivational interviewing and mindfulness techniques in my practice.
I have been working with children, individuals, and families for over 12 years. I am passionate about connecting with people and understanding what is important to them. I am a Licensed Social Worker (LSW) who is in the process of pursuing my license in Clinical Social Work (LCSW) with ongoing supervision. I received my Master’s in Social Service from Bryn Mawr College. I look forward to talking with you soon.
Rosemary is the newest member to join Like Minds Counseling! Rosemary is a license eligible therapist and is CAADC certified. Rosemary received her Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Temple University and a Bachelor’s of Psychology from Jefferson University. For the past 6 years Rosemary has provided therapeutic services in the form of DBT, CBT, CT-R and Trauma-focused therapy to adults with chronic and severe mental illness. Prior to that, Rosemary gained experience as a group and individual therapist for children, teens and their families.
Rosemary’s approach to therapy includes a collaboration of various techniques with the focus being her client’s needs. She is passionate about developing a caring and trusting relationship with everyone she works with. Rosemary has a broad range of experience including but not limited to individuals experiencing depression, anxiety, trauma related symptoms, behavioral concerns, drug and alcohol use and stress/anger management. In her free time, Rosemary enjoys taking adventures with her 6 year old son, hiking with their dog, and being around friends and family.