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Located in a residential setting, our office offers a relaxed atmosphere and confidentiality. Find out more…

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Amy

Her experience in the business world, as a stay at home mom, and, now, a working mom, provides her a wealth of perspective to draw from and understand real family situations. Read more about Amy…


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Alyssa

I believe the family is the foundation of our understanding of how to interact and form relationships with people. The family is where we first deal with emotions such as love, happiness, anger, and sadness and how we manage these emotions and conflict affects how we deal with the outside world. Read more about Alyssa…


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Corinne

Having originally graduated with a degree in Marketing, it didn’t take me long to realize I wanted to work with people going through difficult times. Through my own family experiences I understood how relationships help carry people through many of life’s obstacles. Coping with challenges in my family helped me gain a real life perspective of relationship dynamics and how everyone in the system is impacted by change. Read more about Corinne…


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Cynthia

Despite studying psychology & sociology I originally started a career in fashion design working in a high stress Manhattan environment. I soon realized that I enjoyed seeking a deeper understanding of relationships and went back to school for a Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. Read more about Cynthia…


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Emily

Family has always been very important part of my life and shaped the person I am now. Raised by a family of teachers, I learned to help and appreciate people at an early age. Witnessing my mom and grandmother work with children and their parents on an educational and emotional level helped me realize the importance of family and relationships in people’s lives. Read more about Emily…


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Leyla

Becoming a Marriage and Family Therapist was a natural progression of my early life. Born in Iran during the 1978 revolution, I spent my childhood experiencing a 10-year war full of chaos and destruction to my country, close relatives and friends. I developed a strong desire and longing  for justice, peace and harmony, all while feeling at home surrounded by crisis and turmoil.  Juxtaposed with the grotesque nature of the war, there was hope, growth, flexibility to change and self-awareness needed for survival. Read more about Leyla…


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Sandy

I attended the University of Pennsylvania (BSN, MSN), and took additional graduate level course work at Temple University. I received my training in couples and family therapy at The Marriage Council of Philadelphia (now known as The Council for Relationships) and have been providing services to couples, individuals, and families since 1976. I am a Clinical Fellow and Approved Supervisor of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, and certified as an Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurse by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Read more about Sandy…