Janis Hoffman, LCSW-R, CASAC-T
Are you stressed? Overwhelmed? Feeling like you have nobody to talk to or will understand you? Taking the steps to make changes in your life is the beginning of enhancing your well-being. I strongly believe in a teamwork approach. We will problem solve and create your own treatment plan as unique as you are. One plan or course of treatment certainly does not fit all, and I look forward to finding what works for you. I have experience working with substance abuse, depression, anxiety, interpersonal issues, bereavement and loss.
I have been in the field for over 20 years working with mental health disorders and substance abuse issues. I provide services to children, tweens, teens and adults.
I am diverse, creative and have an empathetic ear. I look forward to joining your journey and assisting you in reaching your goals.
Jill Kofler, LMHC
I believe that the work of therapy is about developing a healthy relationship with oneself and with other people in the community in order to live a happy and meaningful life. It is about finding ways to live in balance and with integrity in what can be a complicated and difficult world that does not always make that easy. Often times we need a "tune up" in handling our emotions and developing better coping skills to approach new or different circumstances in life. This is what therapy is all about. It’s creating an experience that enables you to be comfortable sharing in order to grow.
Melissa Snyder, LCSW
Fear of failure, fear of the past and fear of the unknown can hold us back from becoming our best selves. Change is hard and loss is even harder. Our thoughts and feelings can sometimes be so overwhelming that it seems hard to move forward in life.
As a helping hand, I work to assist teens, adults and couples who feel burdened by the challenges of life to discover and build upon their inner strength. I specialize in goal-oriented motivational enhancement therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy to assist those struggling with stress, anxiety, depression and other conflicting emotions. I also have extensive experience working with people struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder and substance use. I utilize person centered approaches to customize treatment and I have experience with utilizing art therapy interventions when interested.
As a therapist, I help my clients identify what is going well in their lives as well as where they would like to see changes made. We then collaborate on a goal and work together to break it down into small, manageable, and attainable steps. I am continually inspired by the progress my clients make to better their lives and in the relationships they share with others. I love the work that I do because it gives me the opportunity and privilege to work one-on-one with people to help them improve the quality of their lives
Jenna Vogler, LMHC
Taking care of our mental health is one of our most important responsibilities. How successful we are at doing so not only influences what we think and feel inside, but how we perceive and respond to situations and people in our lives. My primary goal is to develop a relationship with each client that supports self-exploration and empowers them to achieve the change and growth they are seeking. I specialize in working with individuals on the Autism spectrum and with ADHD, children of all ages including but not limited to those struggling with oppositional defiance and their parents, and women specifically in terms of pregnancy, prenatal and postpartum concerns. My clinical work to date has allowed me to gain experience working with a wide array of clinical problems and diagnoses'.
Erin Cutrone, LMHC
Hello! I am so glad you found us! That means you are already on the path to wellness. Wellness is an active process of becoming aware of and making choices toward a healthy and fulfilling life! My passion is to guide and support you through this process. I hold a Licence in Mental Health Counseling and am also a Certified Yoga Instructor and Mindfulness Educator. I have been in the field of mental health and wellness since 2006.
I utilize holistic and creative approaches to meet your individual needs on this journey of self discovery. I combine positive psychology, cognitive behavioral therapy, mind-body awareness, mindfulness, and creative art therapy. I specialize in anxiety, stress reduction, and self esteem in tweens, teens, and adults and enjoy facilitating group work to remind us that we are never alone!
With these personalized tools, we come to better know, understand, and love ourselves, deepening our connection to our hearts, so we can further evolve into the beings we are meant to be! Sometimes it just takes some slowing down, some playfulness, coupled with some extra support and guidance. I look forward to meeting you and working together to help you reach your goals!
Elizabeth Cohen, LCSW
“Strength grows in the moments you think you can’t go on but you keep going anyway”
It is not possible to undo the past, trauma, difficulty or emotional pain that has existed but together we can learn to practice acceptance, gain insight, improve our ability to cope, and come to resolutions to increase our potential to find inner peace and safety. My role as your therapist is to help you to navigate through life’s difficult moments while feeling supported and exploring new ways to adapt. I believe that in order to establish a trusting working relationship, it is essential to provide a non-judgmental, safe space for healing, restoring balance, and enlightenment while empowering you to build on your strengths.
I’m a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and in addition to working in private practice, I work at an inpatient rehab for substance use and co-occurring disorders. Some Techniques I employ are mindfulness based therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, emotion regulation skills, frustration tolerance skills, motivational interviewing & person centered approach.
I look forward to assisting you in reaching your goals.
I look forward to accompanying you on your journey of self-exploration and growth towards your self-identified goals.
Zarie Sedigh, LCSW
Life doesn't always go as planned. At times we may feel alone and just need someone to talk to.
As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker I take a client centered approach, where you will feel comfortable and free to express yourself. I work with children, adolescents, as well as adults and utilize a blend of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), strength based approaches, and Psychodynamic Theory.
I have experience in treating individuals with mood and anxiety disorders, stress management, body image and self-esteem, relationship issues, and coping skills.
I also have a passion and extensive experience in working with perinatal/postpartum mood and anxiety disorders, maternal wellness support, and perinatal loss and bereavement.
Empathy and connection is very important to me, and I hope to assist you through your journey to help you find your purpose and feel your best self.
Corine Patti, LMSW
Awareness begins to enter our lives when we have the desire to seek a
therapeutic path towards wellness and inner peace. We can intervene
on our thoughts to create healthier thinking patterns, emotions, and
behaviors. You have the ability to set and accomplish your goals.
Believing in yourself is the igniting force to activating your
motivation! We can work together to help you realize your true gifts
by nurturing and healing yourself with compassion, love, and
My dynamic and vast experience derives from working with children, adolescents, adults, and families. Some of my specialty areas include: severe mental health and substance abuse, anxiety, depression, trauma, foster care, parenting, crisis intervention, and group work. I focus on a goal oriented, strengths-based, and holistic approach that creates a safe space for you to express yourself. Some other approaches I implement are: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Intervening (MI), psycho-education, and mindfulness. Additionally, as a Reiki Master, I can assist you with utilizing meditation and mindfulness to clear any blockages caused by fear in your life. I am also a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional. I strive to educate others on causes of anxiety and how to utilize tools to assist in relaxation and self-regulation.
~My passion to help others discover who they are and want to be drives my purpose. I am confident I can help you on your journey towards finding your guiding light~
Elizabeth Sarner, LCSW
Life's paths and events help shape who we are and how we perceive the world. In my experiences working with adolescents and young adults, utilizing behavioral modification and exploring coping methods helps to give and maintain clarity. My expertise include crisis intervention, stress and anxiety reduction, and assistance with reproductive choices. As a therapist, together we will work to find you a peaceful harmony. I look forward to working with you to help find your balance and reach your goals.
Susan Leach. LCSW
Change and transformation are an inevitable and ongoing part of the human experience. All of us feel ill-equipped to meet life’s challenges at times. We may develop unhealthy coping skills, or cling to ways of thinking that do not serve us or make things worse. We can develop patterns of thinking and behaving in ways that leave us feeling overwhelmed, anxious, depressed, stuck, afraid, stagnant, traumatized, in pain, reactive, which can result in dysfunction and negatively affect every aspect of our lives and as well as our relationships with others.
Therapy is a process of discovery, growth and healing. Together, we find ways for you to move through and beyond life’s challenges. My role as a therapist is to actively listen and be fully present. Through deep, honest conversations and connection, I help people to discover what hurts, heal from past wounds, and find ways to reset, by building on strengths, co-developing positive coping skills that work, and finding strategies and ways of thinking in order to create more ease and contentment, to be more relaxed, present and happy, for a life that is more manageable and has purpose.
A licensed Master of Social Work, (LCSW) Susan works with individuals, couples and leads groups. She uses a blended approach to psycho-therapy, drawing from various evidence-based therapeutic practices including but not limited to Cognitive Behavior therapy (CBT), Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), Psycho-education, Motivation interviewing (MI), Gestalt therapy, Mindfulness, Yoga philosophy, and the Strengths Perspective.
Rebecca Hladky, LMSW
Life throws you challenges every day. When these challenges begin to impact your daily life, this is where I can assist you. As a Licensed Master of Social Work, I believe that the therapeutic relationship is the key to overcoming life's obstacles. Together we will work to identify challenges, set obtainable goals, and process difficult situations.
I have extensive experience working with individuals suffering from substance abuse, trauma, and mental illness in residential and outpatient settings. My work integrates various therapeutic approaches and theories. Motivational Interviewing (MI), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectic Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and mindfulness are some of the techniques that I utilize in my work.
I look forward to working with you and helping you overcome your obstacles to lead a fulfilling, healthy life.
Katlyn Vecchio, LMSW
"Like a lotus flower, we too have the ability to rise from the mud, bloom out of the darkness, and radiate into the world"
As a Licensed Master Social Worker, I believe in meeting the client where they are at because every client is unique and therapy should be individualized to the client. My goal as a therapist is to assist you in achieving your goals.
I work with children, adolescents, adults, and families. Some techniques I will utilize are cognitive behavioral therapy, solutions based approach, person centered approach, annd strengths based approach.
I look forward to working with you and helping you overcome the barriers to achieving your goals.
Christina Morrone, LCSW
"It is my belief, as a therapist, that everyone should have someone who can provide an unbiased and objective perspective and can assist in guiding them through difficult situations. There are those times and situations where you cannot turn to family or friends for advice. As a therapist, I look forward to helping my clients reach their life goals by developing the skills necessary to lead a happy and healthy life. In these challenging times, mental health is of critical importance. The first step is having the strength to seek help and I am happy that you have reached out.
I am a licensed clinical social worker, who, in addition to working in private practice, also works in an inpatient substance abuse and mental health facility. I have experience utilizing cognitive behavioral therapy and mindfulness based therapy with techniques such as: motivational interviewing, distress and frustration tolerance and emotion regulation.
I look forward to having the opportunity to support and assist you in becoming your best, authentic self.
Kelly Vollmer, LMHC
Are you finding it difficult to adjust to life's everyday stressors, or perhaps dealing with a more intense & unexpected curve ball? Seeking support does not mean you are admitting weakness or defeat. In fact, acknowledging that there is a problem and deciding to take charge of your life, is the strongest move you can make. Allow me to to be your sounding board in a safe and confidential setting, where you can feel heard, motivated, and ready to become the best possible version of yourself. I will help you explore and combat the self-defeating thinking and challenges that pose as barriers to your happiness & overall well-being.
As a fully Licensed Mental Health Counselor, I am prepared to help you on your journey to positive change. I have worked with clientele of all ages and populations, ranging anywhere from generalized anxiety & depression, to personality disorders, PTSD, and issues with addiction. By pulling on your strengths, I will help to uncover your potential and worth.
At the end of the day, it is not about one's difficult circumstance, diagnosis, or limitations in life-what matters is how we perceive & react to those situations, the effort we are willing to put forth, and our readiness for improvement. If you are ready to be mindful and learn solution-focused strategies, please reach out to schedule an appointment!