Get to Know Us
Jacqueline Bardyn, LPC
You may be seeking therapy for any number of reasons. Whether you’re feeling overwhelmed by daily stressors, struggling with internal thoughts and judgments or stuck in your anxiety, depression or relationship patterns, these challenges are often difficult to navigate on your own. I follow a solution focused and cognitive-behavioral orientation to therapy, which focuses on how thoughts affect the way people feel and act. My approach is supportive, non-judgmental, collaborative, and strengths-focused, yet tailored to each client. I strive to provide a safe, warm, and insightful environment in order to help individuals work through their stressors.
I take great pride in helping individuals address life’s challenges. I have over 8 years of clinical experience in schools, homes, and outpatient mental health settings. Since earning my Master’s Degree from Villanova University, I have been working to assist adolescents, adults, and families with a wide variety of issues such as chronic mental health conditions as well as general life pressures. Most recently, I worked as a counselor at an alternative school where I worked with adolescents struggling with depression, anxiety, past trauma, and self-esteem. I also worked with adults in a previous private practice where I helped clients navigate relationships, career changes, panic attacks and anxiety.
While I work with clients who are facing a variety of life challenges, I specialize in the following areas: anxiety disorders, mood disorders, stress, grief & loss, women’s issues, family conflict resolution, infertility, parenting skills, small business owners and entrepreneurs, and early career professionals.
Jacqueline can be reached at 215-550-1796 ex. 1 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Jason McLaughlin, LPC
Sometimes, life throws things at us that we did not expect and could not predict. Those periods can be difficult, but we are all asked to use our education, knowledge, and skills to make the best of it. There are also times where each of us needs a helping hand. Whether that includes talking to a counselor yourself, or accessing services for your son or daughter, I believe I can be of assistance.
How we perceive the world around us consistently and significantly affects our understanding of ourselves and those around us. This wisdom is, so often, difficult to find in youthful populations.
I am Jason McLaughlin, a Licensed Professional Counselor that specializes in adolescent psychology, young adulthood, high-functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Applied Behavior Analysis, Special Education, and stigma. For the last nine years, I have occupied two positions at Lifeworks Academy in Doylestown, including the last five years spent as a school counselor in ASD I, ASD II, Hi-Fi, and Externalizing Behavior classrooms. I have guided numerous students through the graduation process and have been the primary support for post-secondary planning over that time. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you believe that my areas of interest, knowledge, and experience can help you or your child.
Jason can be reached at 215-550-1796 ex. 3 or email@example.com
Jaclyn McNabb, LPC
Sometimes, you may feel hopeless and need someone to help you see through the darkness. I am here to help you see the strengths that you possess and help restore your hope through therapy. I believe it is possible to work through any life struggle when the right mindset and support systems are in place.
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor who has worked with children, adolescents, parents and families for the last 10+ years. I have tremendous experience helping individuals to manage their depression and anxiety. I also have significant experience working with individuals and families to manage family conflict, parent-child relationship issues, grief and loss and defiant youth. It should also be noted a lot of my experience has encompassed working with children who have an Autism diagnosis, and families who are looking for support in managing some of the unique challenges that may come along with having Autism.
I have worked in school, home, and clinical settings and have a great understanding of how the mental health system works. I have a passion for making sure that you, or your loved one is getting as much support as they are in need of.
I approach my clients with an attitude of acceptance, understanding and encouragement. My goal is to build a collaborative, goal focused, strength based and safe therapeutic relationship in order to heal wounds and help create new relational patterns and behavioral patterns. I often use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Egosystemic Structural Family Therapy with an unconditional positive regard and caring nature.
I am appreciative of my chance to help you learn and grow into feeling the way you’ve always wanted to feel. You deserve it!
Jaclyn can be reached at 215-550-1796 ex. 2 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Wendy Stathos, LPC
Making the choice to seek help takes strength and courage. Once we identify goals, we will build on your personal strengths to work through challenges and conflicts toward healing, recovery, and stability.
I earned my Master’s degree in Counseling from Temple University in 2015. I have experience working with children, teenagers, adults, couples, and families. The clients I have worked with in the past have experienced a wide variety of issues, including depression, anxiety, family dynamics, communication issues, and emotional dysregulation.
It is important to build trust together so that our time together is effective. The treatment I provide is nurturing, supportive, and non-judgmental. Our work together may include challenging negative thoughts and beliefs, practicing mindfulness, improving self-awareness, building distress tolerance, and tackling communication problems.
Therapy may not last forever, so the work we do together will include plans to maintain the positive changes you have made and skills to manage future challenges.
Wendy can be reached at 215-550-1796 ex. 5 or email@example.com
Amy Wagner, LPC
I believe that all people possess the strength and ability to achieve their personal goals and find success no matter the circumstance. I utilize a strengths-based, person-centered approach, with the hope of helping clients tap into their endless potential and empower them to find happiness and hope in their lives.
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Pennsylvania. I have over 20 years of experience working with a wide-range of individuals, including both adolescents and adults who struggle with anxiety, depression, mood disorders, trauma, life transitions, and family conflict. While no two people are the same, I find that exploring different therapeutic modalities with clients, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, mindfulness, Psychoanalytic Therapy, and Family Systems Therapy, leads to positive results.
I have a passion for helping others find their way through life's biggest challenges. Understanding each family's unique dynamic and applying the appropriate therapeutic technique is my area of expertise.
I commonly treat issues related to marriage, single parenting, grandparent-as-caretaker, special needs, education, and childhood diagnoses. I specialize in relationship building, networking, and community outreach, and have immense experience navigating the related systems, which tend to be complex. I look forward to working together towards your goals and life passions!
Amy can be reached at 215-550-1796 x 4 or firstname.lastname@example.org