Airmid Wellness Counseling Staff
Our compassionate counseling staff is accepting new telehealth and in-person clients. We welcome kids, teens and adults of all ages for individual, couples, family and group therapy and provide LGBTQI ally support. Schedule an appointment: 215-293-0744, contact any of our therapists directly or CLICK to reply via our contact form.
Kathy Graham, MS, LCSW, CCTP
Licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in Women’s Issues and Trauma
As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, I specialize in working with individuals who have experienced trauma as a child and/or adult. I also specialize in treating women struggling with depression, relationship issues, and complex life issues. This includes working with people of color from different ethnic/cultural and religious backgrounds.
I believe that treatment should be personalized to each person’s unique needs and situation. Therefore, I use a variety of evidence-based treatment modalities which include Solution Focused Therapy, Mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help meet your treatment goals. I will use my skills as a Certified Sexual Assault Counselor and Certified Clinical Trauma Professional to help guide your trauma experiences, including generational trauma, from recent racial events that many people of color are facing right now.
I believe in meeting people where they are and treating everyone with compassion and respect. Let us partner together to reach your goals and to start your journey toward healing.
To talk to Kathy or schedule call: 215-293-0744
Anne Johnson, MA, ATR
Masters Level Clinician Supporting Individuals,
Family Art Therapy and Groups. Ages from 5 to adult.
I have over 30 years in the Mental Health field working with children, teenagers, adults and Geriatrics. I have training with the Expressive Therapies and my major focus is Art Therapy. Art Therapy improves cognition and sensorimotor functions, fosters self-esteem and self-awareness, cultivates emotional resiliency, promotes insight, enhances social skills, reduces and resolves conflicts and distress. I also have experience in other treatment approaches when Art Therapy is not a choice for you. My sessions are a Safe Place to talk to get unstuck so you can move forward in your life.
To talk to Anne or schedule call: 215-293-0744
Amy Stroman, MA, LPC, CAADC
“Out of your vulnerabilities, will come your strength” Sigmund Freud
My approach to therapy is simple and clear: if you are struggling with relationships, parenting, personal or professional growth or simply feel stagnant in your life and want change but don’t know where to begin, let’s work together to figure it out and get moving forward again. I utilize a solution-focused yet eclectic approach and believe that healing begins with acceptance and desire to create change within your life.
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor with more than a decade of experience working with individuals, couples and families as well as providing group counseling to address issues such as depression and anxiety brought on by addiction, past trauma, low self-esteem and erosion within your relationships. Our work will begin with creating a safe space to be open and grow free from the issues that weigh you down.
I am passionate professional who believes that everyone has the ability to meet their full potential, but may not always know the path. I will work with you using a holistic approach that addresses spiritual and emotional health as well as provide education and recovery support. We will work together to discover your strengths and sense of self that has been covered up with a lifetime of baggage and worry.
Amy accepts most insurance plans, as well as self-pay clients on a sliding scale that is affordable for most income levels.
To talk to Amy or schedule call: 215-293-0744
Beth Bloom, BS, LPC
Beth has experience with borderline personality Disorders, ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, Loss, Grief and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and enjoys assisting children, adolescents and adults with diverse issues to address their concerns. She feels it is important that clients feel encouraged to discuss any issues openly and freely in a non-judgmental environment to help identify and achieve her client’s personal goals. Beth believes in creating a treatment plan that utilizes each individual’s strengths. She is trained in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as well as Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Having been involved in administrative roles for the past 10 years; Beth has missed providing a supportive therapeutic environment which has recently led her back to providing one-on-one therapy. A clinician at heart; assisting clients with varied issues is what Beth has always enjoyed. Beth says, “It is important to me that clients feel encouraged to address any issues openly and freely in a non-judgmental environment. Let’s work together..
Beth accepts most insurance plans, as well as self-pay clients on a sliding scale that is affordable for most income levels.
To talk or schedule with Beth call her at: 267.632.1173
Katie Idell, MA, NCC
Masters Level Clinician
I recognize the strength and courage it takes to seek support, and I believe this is a sign of your resilience. My aim is to create a collaborative relationship with you that is supportive, compassionate, validating, and connected. One of my highest values as a therapist is to meet you where you are, and to work with you toward increasing emotional safety and support so that you can explore and build awareness. From that increased awareness, more choice and empowerment can be available. I value a gentle, trauma-informed, and culturally sensitive approach, and we will move at your pace.
Influenced by my ongoing training in Gestalt therapy at the Gestalt Training Institute of Philadelphia, as well as my background as a yoga teacher and mindfulness practitioner, I incorporate a somatic and holistic focus into my therapeutic work. When faced with challenges, we can sometimes overlook how our bodies’ underlying nervous system responses can be a barrier to authentic change. Our nervous systems are brilliant in the ways they protect us, and these responses may have helped us survive difficult circumstances earlier in life. However, these adaptations may no longer be working as well as they once did. We will work together to build stabilization, increased safety, and shifts at the nervous system level. In addition to working with the body, I also value “parts work,” where we work to integrate and bring compassion to different aspects of self that may be experiencing conflicting emotions, thoughts, and/or sensations. My overall goal is to assist you in integrating mind, body, emotions, and spirit so you can move toward expressing your most authentic self.
I work with a range of issues, with a specialty in working with highly sensitive people, codependency, childhood emotional neglect, trauma, anxiety, depression, shame, and challenging family relationships.
Specialties/issues/populations: Highly sensitive people, Codependency, Childhood emotional neglect, Trauma, Anxiety, Depression, Shame, Difficult family relationships, Relationship issues, Life transitions, Grief, LGBTQIA+, Sleep or insomnia, Spirituality, Stress
Modalities: Gestalt therapy, Attachment-based, Trauma-informed, Compassion-focused, Culturally sensitive, Depth oriented, Emotionally focused, Experiential therapy, Integrative, Internal Family Systems, Mindfulness-based, Somatic/body-based therapy, Somatic Experiencing, Polyvagal theory, Intersectional feminist therapy, Humanistic, Relational, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Coaching, Trauma-sensitive yoga, Compassion-Focused Therapy, Self-Compassion, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
Call Katie at: (215) 293-0744
Lael Rasch, MA Psychology, CPC
Masters Level Clinician
Specializing in Life Transitions, Conflict Transformation, Couples and Family Relationship Issues, Sexuality and Intimacy.
Lael Rasch has an MA in Holistic and Transpersonal Psychology from Saybrook University and is currently completing a Post Master’s Certificate at Antioch University and is working towards licensure as a Couples and Family and Sex Therapist. She is excited to join the Airmid Counseling Staff as a Resident Intern.
Lael is a culturally sensitive, compassionate and caring practitioner, affirming each person’s innate capacity for change, growth, healing and transformation. She is dedicated to creating a safe, welcoming and non-judgmental container of trust, mindful presence and collaboration with her clients. Lael’s goal is to support individuals, couples and families to shift from conflict to connection as they gain deeper insights and understanding of themselves and their loved ones. She is passionate about offering tools, skills and guidance that empower clients to form more conscious, fulfilling, healthy and mutually satisfying relationships.
Lael’s therapeutic approach is culturally and trauma sensitive and is grounded in a variety of holistic and integrative evidence-based modalities including Emotionally Focused Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Gottman, Imago, Family Systems Theory, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Somatic and Mindfulness Based Practices and Integrative Systemic Sex Therapy.
Lael works with a wide range of individual, relational and family issues. Her areas of specialty include: conflict transformation, relationship issues, communication mastery, sex and intimacy, sexual and gender identity, conscious relationship design, life transitions, conscious uncoupling and divorce, youth empowerment, mindful parenting, grief and loss and personal growth and development.
In addition to offering private counseling sessions, Lael works as a Transformational Life, Intimacy and Relationship Coach supporting individuals, couples, teens and groups to masterfully strengthen and deepen connection, communication and intimacy. At Airmid, Lael will be offering group classes in Authentic Relating, Conscious Connection, Relationship Mastery, Embodied Intimacy, and Compassionate Communication as part of the Airmid Wellness Workshop Programs.
Lael is an LGBTQI ally and welcomes individuals, couples and families of all ages, abilities, backgrounds, identities, orientations and relationships structures.
Call Lael at: (215) 293-0744
Meg Clawson, MA
Masters Level Clinician
Specializing in children and teens, as well as adults of all ages
I specialize in working with children through mindfulness based play therapy and sand tray work. No two children need exactly the same therapy in the same timeline.” Therefore, I work with the presenting issues that children face and focus more on the individual child than the diagnosis.
I also work with adults of all ages and am influenced by Internal Family Systems, Experiential, and Emotionally Focused Therapies. “I focus on providing safety and containment for all regardless of age, race, sexual orientation, religion or cultural background.”
Call Meg at: (215) 293-0744
MS, MA, NCC, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor,
Specializing in Sports Psychology and
Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS)
Baille received her MA in Professional Clinical Counseling from La Salle University. She also has an MS in Sports Psychology from Temple University. Her combination of knowledge and experience allows her to help individuals with trauma, anxiety, family & relationship issues, as well as more severe mental illness. She is able to work with athletes and others in areas of life transitions and identity issues, as well as motivation and organizational skills.
Licensed professional counselor specializing in addiction and gambling counseling
Maureen McGurk graduated from Arcadia University with a M.Ed. in education, and received an M.S. in counseling and clinical psychology from Chestnut Hill College. Maureen has been providing counseling services in the greater Doylestown area for nine years. Maureen is an internationally certified advanced alcohol and drug counselor and Certified Problem Gambling Counselor in Pennsylvania. She served as clinical supervisor in Quakertown, PA for Bucks County Counseling where she has helped clients recover from substance abuse, overeating, and other mental health disorders.
Licensed Professional Counselor
Masters of Family Therapy,
Specializing in Marriage & Family Therapy
Do you feel disconnected from your partner? Unable to resolve conflicts that have been plaguing you for years? Stressed out by challenging children and adolescents? It is not uncommon to feel emotionally distant from your significant other after many years together, but many couples suffer in lonely silence, feeling the pain of misunderstanding. This can lead to depression, affairs, and addictions.
Call me. I may be able to help.
Licensed Professional Counselor, Registered Nurse,
Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing Therapist
With over 20 years experience working in individual as well as group settings, my focus includes trauma, kids, adolescents, adults, depression, anxiety, ADHD, and mental health issues. I specialize in EMDR, ART (Accelerated Resolution Therapy), trauma focused CBT, play therapy, sand tray, expressive arts, structured sensory intervention, and the Nurtured Heart approach. I have extensive training and experience working with people of all ages suffering from trauma, grief, and loss. My emphasis is on cognitive reframing; taking the exposed individual from the passive to an active role so they gain greater control over the experience.
Licensed Processional Counselor, Cognitive Behavioral Therapist and Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapist
Marianne’s eclectic skills in mental health care allow her to offer a variety of tools and techniques to help you resolve the problems that brought you to therapy.
Her clinical experiences range from working in residential treatment for adolescents, therapeutic foster home-based therapy and intensive out patient therapy for adults struggling with depression, loss & grief, bipolar and anxiety. Her professional services include counseling for adults, teens and seniors.
Contact Marianne: (215) 293-0744
LCSW, ACSW, BCD
Derek Pendleton has nearly two decades of experience providing individual, family, and couples therapy to people of all ages and diagnoses. His areas of specialty include adult and adolescent Depression, Anxiety, Panic Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Addiction (All Types), Anger Management, and Asperger’s Disorder, for which he utilizes his experience and training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Psychodynamic Therapy, and Mindfulness Practices. In addition, utilizing Evidenced-Based Practices, Derek works well with families whose children struggle with behavioral and emotional problems, including diagnoses of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), and Autism.
Derek believes that the relationship and trust built in therapy are the most important and necessary agents for meaningful, lasting change, and that compassionate care and collaboration are essential to your feeling validated and empowered throughout the process. Without these connections, even the most qualified and well-intentioned therapist may fail in attempting to help. As such, Derek devotes much time and energy in his sessions towards developing and enhancing therapeutic relationships, making sure to always listen carefully and empathically, so as to fully understand the sensitive issues discussed from your perspective and at your pace.
Call today for a free phone consultation 267-315-4173