Michael McKee, LPC
President and CEO
Mike is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Approved Clinical Supervisor, and has work with children and families in a variety of settings since 2004. Mike completed his Bachelor’s degree at St. Joseph’s University and his Master’s degree in Clinical Counseling Psychology at LaSalle University. He is an enthusiastic and knowledgeable therapist who enjoys working with diverse populations. He incorporates a variety of therapeutic orientations into his practice, including, but not limited to, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, Trauma-Focused therapy, and Parent-Child Interaction Therapy. Mike’s philosophy of counseling consists of providing an environment of empathy and unconditional positive regard in which children and families can feel safe in developing a greater ability to communicate and employ appropriate therapeutic techniques to facilitate change.
Our Valuable Clinical Team Members
Beth has been a practicing therapist for almost 20 years, and has worked with adults, youth, and families in a variety of environments, from inpatient facilities to outpatient programs, small group practice, in-home counseling and school based services. She specializes in working with relational struggles and past traumas and abuse, and has extensive experience working with chronic mental health, depression, anxiety, addictions, chronic illness, grief and loss, attachment, parenting, postpartum depression and anxiety, and couples.
Focusing on the therapeutic relationship, Beth creates a compassionate, safe and non-judgmental environment where clients are able to be vulnerable, process experiences, and challenge themselves to bravely live a life worth living. Beth carries this into her work with students and supervisees, encouraging new and training therapists to bring their authentic selves into their work, find new ways to think about problems and approach both every client and themselves with compassion.
Jennie has been trained in a range of modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Gestalt Therapy, Strength Based Therapy, Family Systems, Solution Focused and Trauma Informed Therapy.
Jennie’s educational background includes a Masters in Social Work from Widener University as well as a Bachelors of Arts in Social Work from Millersville University. She became a Licensed Social Worker in 2001 and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in 2003. Jennie is certified as an Approved Clinical Social Work Supervisor.
Jolene has experience in working with those struggling with chronic mental health, anxiety, depression, trauma, Autism Spectrum disorder, intellectual/social difficulties and relational struggles in families and couples. Her main orientation in therapy and supervision is Structural Family Therapy (SFT) with a Feminist influence. While she is knowledgeable in SFT, she is also able to guide and practice in Contextual Therapy, CBT, Family Systems Therapy, Trauma Focused Therapy, and Solution Focused Therapy.
Jolene provides intensive in home therapy and couples/family/individual outpatient therapy. She has a passion for guiding children and families to improve structure/messages, emotions, and sense of self so that they may work towards healing from trauma in all it’s forms. Jolene’s supervision is guided by creating an open and positive environment to lead supervisees in a fluid manner towards
development of their own identity and to shape their lenses of therapy as an agent of change in the system.
Our Valuable Administrative Team Members
Sharon has always enjoyed helping others understand business practices and procedures, as well as the importance of organization. She has experience as a consultant providing administrative and technical support to individuals. Her first full time job, at age seventeen, was Administrative Assistant to the Principal of an Elementary School. Over the years, she has enriched her knowledge by supporting many top level executives in industries spanning from Commercial Insurance, Aquatic Sciences and Human Services.
delivered with high quality and in a timely manner. She is equipped with a multitude of skills by providing general office support with a variety of clerical activities and related tasks.Angelica is resourceful and proactive in linking clinical staff to the youth and families served. Angelica is a self-directed and independent worker who has taken the initiative to learn as much as possible about the agency in order to become a valuable resource.