Sharon Wegman


All of us experience difficult seasons of life. Sometimes, we don’t know how to move forward and we can feel powerless. My goal is to help you see your challenges from a different perspective and empower you to navigate your life to a healthier place. The life skills we learn are designed to sustain your success for both the present and the future. I am a visual learner, so you will find me using my whiteboard to diagram what we discuss visually. I often describe my role as bringing light to dark areas, and I employ a wide variety of therapeutic techniques to understand what was previously hidden. I have been an active, accredited counselor since 1997 and have worked with women, families, couples, teens, and children. 

Degrees/Licenses: BA Psychology, Oral Roberts University; MS Community Clinical Counseling, Eastern University; License Number PC005803 Pennsylvania

Accepted Insurance Plans: Highmark, Optum, UMR, UPMC, United Healthcare, Capital Blue, Out of Network

Availability: Not accepting clients at this time

Cait Beiler

MS Trauma Counselor

Within each session, you will be met with a person-centered theory approach. This means I will communicate empathy, genuineness, and assist in working out any in-congruence within your self-concept through our therapeutic process. The therapeutic relationship is significant to me, and I believe it can be compelling in the client’s journey towards healing. The person-centered theory is based on humanistic theory. So, along with a person-centered apprach, I help empower and strengthen clients. In sessions, you will also experience a bit of psychodynamic approach when the client welcomes it. As a trauma therapist, clients may need to address trauma from their childhood, where using a psychodynamic approach can he helpful. As you can see, I am a bit eclectic when it comes to theories, but will always be grounded on a person-centered approach; focusing on what you bring to each session, and working with you in a non-judgemental way. I have been working in the field of Social Services and Mental Health for the past 5 years, and have experience working in with various forms of abuse and within the Juvenile Justice System, as well as working with incarcerated indivuduals. 

Degrees/Licenses: Bachelors in Public Administration/Psychology Minor, Kutztown University; MA in Trauma Counseling, Jefferson University; currently working toward licensure and becoming a Nationally Certified Counselor

Accepted Insurance Plans: Out of Network

Availability: Not accepting clients at this time

Kayla Seader


Do you ever feel like you have lost control over your life, or that circumstances around you have become unmanageable? Sometimes, life can become heavy when we carry various burdens, whether that comes from loss, trauma, addiction, or relationships concerns. Maybe these burdens have made it hard to imagine how you could change your life and reach your fullest potential. However, I hold form to the belief that we all have inherent worth, strength, and the power within ourselves to create the life we want and be the best version of ourselves– even when the burdens make it hard for us to see it. Working together, I will take a strength-based approach to increase your self-empowerment while utilizing cognitive therapy to increase your understanding of self, thoughts, and belief patterns. My goal is to create an environment where you feel safe and empowered to connect to your internal solutions, heal from past burdens, and transform yourself and life into what is ideal for you. Since 2015, I have worked in diverse settings with a wide range of populations. I have worked in outpatient, client homes, and correctional institutions. I have served individuals (adults, teens, and children) and families with concerns including substance abuse, mental health, autism, adverse behavior, and criminal justice involvement. I specialize in treating individuals and families affected by addiction, trauma survivors, and workplace trauma.

Specialities: Addiction, Trauma, PTSD, Relationship Issues.

Degrees/Licenses: Bachelor’s in Social Work, Kutztown University; Master’s of Social Work, Kutztown University; licensed Social Worker and currently achieving my clinical license

Accepted Insurance Plans: Out of Network

Availability: Wednesday afternoons, biweekly Monday evenings, Thursday afternoons

Joanna Faljean

MA CLinical Counselor

Are you tired of feeling anxious and stressed? Do you feel stuck in your personal life or relationships? Sometimes, life can be overwhelming, and you might feel lost or confused on how to move forward. It might feel like your path is paved with obstacles, making it difficult to see the joy on the other side. Let’s face it, life is hard, but you don’t have to go at it alone. I believe you have existing power and strength to handle life’s challenges. It is my goal to instill hope, create safety, and empower you with the skills and tools necessary for you to feel confident as you navigate your healing journey. I take an integrative approach, utilizing aspects of psychodynamic psychotherapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and compassion-focused therapy. This means we will work together to increase your self-awareness and uncover unhelpful thinking and behavior patterns that are rooted in your past. We will focus on how these patterns manifest in the present, and jow they may hinder you from living life in alignment with your true values. We will use various mindfulness, cognitive and behavioral techniques to facilitate lasting change. All the while, we will prioritize compassion for self and others on the path to increased joy, enhanced well-being, and becoming the best version of yourself. I primarily work with individuals ages 16+.

Specialties: Depression, Trauma, Relationship Issues, Treatment of Anxiety Disorders including (but not limited to) codependency, perfectionism, low self-esteem, body image, overthinking, self-criticism, and shame. 

Degrees/Licenses: BA Psychology, St. John’s University; MA Clinical Counseling, Alvernia University; currently pursuing licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor

Accepted Insurance Plans: Out of Network.

Availability: Daytime and evenings

William Kurtz


Change is never easy. There is an abundance of places to start, and sometimes they are places we have never been to and never thought of exploring. The areas we need to explore to facilitate change are our history, family, friends, and environment. However, it is a firm belief of mine that each and every person, no matter what they have done, felt, experienced, or believed about themselves, is capable of change and can commit to ways in which this change is lasting. Through a psychodynamic approach, I strive to work with clients to identify where their needs lie and where they may have started. Then, when we explore the paths that we have taken, we can discover, giving a person a sense of understanding and a chance to take a different course of better understand the one they are already on. I work directly with children, teenagers, and families who are addressing the challenges and the needs they experience daily. Much of my work focuses on identifying the child’s needs and incorporating them into the family so they can be understood, accepted, and feel safe. My other primary goal is to educate the family on some of these needs as often s the behaviors of children and teenagers are overlooked and approached from a “one size fits all” approach when addressing their needs. I have also worked directly with children and adults with sexual behaviors that have caused them to struggle and have taught them skills to engage in self-regulation. Every person has their strengths that we can access as tools to navigate throughout their environment and use to assist in their plans and goals. 

Degrees/Licenses: Master’s in Social Work; Licensed Social Worker

Accepted Insurance Plans: Out of Network

Availability: Monday and Tuesday evenings

Jennifer Brown Wegman


When the alarm goes off in the morning, do you dread getting out of bed and going to work, school, or dealing with your family? Have you experienced workplace or hime trauma due to ongoing harassment, gaslighting, or lack of support of psychological safety? Do you struggle with boundaries, balance or self-compassion? Do you feel like you’ve outgrown your role, lost your identity, or are constantly searching for purpose in your life? Do you question what’s next for you or your loved ones but have no one to talk to about your concerns? If so, then we should talk. I help my clients navigate through major life transitions, find the work-life balance they’ve been craving, and overcome obstacles that are stressing them out so that they can finally live a life with a sense of peace and contentment that they deserve. I specialize in using cognitive-behavioral, solution-focused, and motivational techniques to empower my clients to become their own best advocates rather than their harshest critics. As a Certified Career Counselor, I often counsel at the intersection of career and life because whatever is happening in one generally affects the other, no matter how hard we try to compartmentalize them. If you’re feeling under-appreciated at work or home, unfulfilled in your career or life, or completely burnt out from juggling all the things, I’d love to partner with you. Together we can process your situation, build positive coping strategies, and find solutions to get you through whatever you are facing. 

Specialties: Career Counseling, Anxiety & Stress Management, Depression, Life Transitions, Grief & Prolonged Grief, Geriatric & Neurodiverse Populations

Degrees/Licenses: MBA and Masters of Arts in Clinical Counseling, Alvernia University; a National Certified Counselor (NCC) through the National Board of Certified Counselors; a Certified Career Services Provider (CCSP) and Certified Career Counselor (CCC) through the National Career Development Association

Accepted Insurance Plans: Out of Network

Availability: Monday and Friday afternoons, Tuesday daytime


Mandy Kaucher

Office Administrator, Content Creator, Social Media Manager, Program Developer

I handle the day-to-day administrative work in the office as well as managing our social media platforms through writing copy, creating content, editing podcasts, and more. As a former teacher, I also assist in the curriculum writing and development of the programs and groups we offer, as well as the marketing of those various items. I love the opportunity to learn new things and work with a diverse group of people. I look forward to seeing you if you stop by the office!