Beth Bloom, 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 some insurance plans, as well as self-pay clients on a sliding scale that is affordable for most income levels.
To talk to Beth or schedule call her at: 267.632.1173
Beth is available to see clients via video online
Graduate Level Clinician
I am a graduate level clinician working towards licensure specializing 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.”
(Meg does not currently bill insurance companies, however she does accept clients on a sliding scale that is affordable for most income levels.)
Call Meg at: (215) 293-0744
Meg is available to see clients via video online
MS, MA, NCC, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor,
Specializing in Sports Psychology and
Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS)
Baille is available to see clients via video online
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
Call me. I may be able to help. (215) 406-7713
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
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) 920-4325
Graduate Level Clinician
Molly is a graduate level counselor working toward licensure specializing in working with adolescents and adults struggling with eating disorders.
With nearly a decade of experience teaching yoga and meditation, Molly incorporates Eastern mindfulness traditions into her integrative approach to therapy. Molly draws from Dialectic Behavioral Therapy, Somatic Therapy, Internal Family Systems and Logo Therapy while working with her clients to develop meaningful change in their lives.
Viktor Frankl teaches us, “between stimulus and response there is space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.” Molly works with clients to cultivate this space and to create more freedom of choice and movement in their bodies and their minds.
(Molly does not currently bill insurance companies, however she does accept clients on a sliding scale that is affordable for most income levels.)
Call Molly at: (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.
Visit Derek’s website (www.DerekPendletonLCSW.com) for more information, and call today for a free phone consultation.
Contact Derek: 267-315-4173