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We believe the best therapy happens when you can create an authentic relationship with your therapist.

We take the intimidation out of therapy by only hiring therapists that have dealt with the mental health issues they specialize in. That means when you’re diving deep and confessing your inner-most battles and thoughts - you can trust your therapist ‘gets it’. 

“No matter why you go to Therapy for Women, these women WILL change your life.”

TESTIMONIAL

Meet Amanda E. White, LPC

Founder and Lead Therapist

I promised myself if I ever made it to the other side, I would dedicate my life to helping other women find healing. 

While working with a therapist that’s also in recovery isn’t essential - I personally wasn’t able to make progress in my own treatment until I found someone who had been in my shoes.

I understand what it’s like to feel hopeless and lost, and what it takes to sit in an uncomfortable chair in a dark, gloomy basement and have an older man record notes about you, your struggles, and your worst decisions.

That’s why I’m here to make therapy different for you.

Therapy doesn’t have to feel stigmatized, old-fashioned or stuffy,  Whether you are at your breaking point or just need some guidance, we are here to provide a comfortable, authentic, and easy-going atmosphere for you to grow and feel fulfilled in your life.

Before I BECAME a therapist, I STRUGGLED WITH  ADDICTION, trauma, and an eating disorder. 

LEARN MORE ABOUT AMANDA

Hey, It's Amanda again.

Bachelors Degree from University of Richmond
Masters Degree in Professional Clinical Counseling from La Salle University
Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)
Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC)
Certified Brain Spotting Practitioner
Experienced registered yoga teacher (E-RYT)

Education

READ SOME FUN FACTS

Fieldwork at Eagleville Hospital
Primary Therapist at Seabrook House
Lead Therapist hired to create a curriculum for the Changes for Women program at Seabrook House


EXPERIENCE

Helping women with substance use disorders,  eating disorders and trauma. I specifically specialize in working with young women under the age of 35 and college-aged women and those transitioning into adulthood.


specialty

Hey, It's Amanda again.

Parallel parking

SECRET TALENT:

GO BACK

Tacos and Ice Cream


FAVORITE MEAL:

Yoga, brunch & nap


ideal saturday:

To be an olympic figure skater

CHILDHOOD DREAM:

My sobriety & biz in that order


I'M MOST PROUD OF:

Sitting in a yoga pose on the floor in my office


between clients you can often find me:

Stephanie King, MA

After growing up with a sick parent and losing my dad in my early 20s, I know what it’s like to feel “lost”. Through working on my own mental health, I’ve learned how to navigate grief and face my anxiety. I’ve been there and I want you to know that together, we can work through your challenges. 

My approach to therapy is all about self compassion and connection. I’ll help you identify your strengths and learn resilience to face the challenges of life. I believe that life may not get *easier* for us, but you can get better at effectively dealing with it. We will explore your inner self with kindness and you will develop a positive internal dialogue. 

I am not just a sit and nod therapist. I use my training in dialectical behavioral therapy to teach coping skills and build a greater quality of life. I strongly believe that setting boundaries and learning to use self care can lead you to a happier, more peaceful you. I can't wait to work together. 

LEARN MORE ABOUT STEPHANIE

Maddie Quirk, LPC

After growing up in a family with substance abuse, I’ve been where you are. I know it’s scary to work through your anxiety, depression, and trauma


As a trauma informed and EMDR certified therapist, I am committed to helping you heal the past so that you can be more grounded in the present and hopeful for the future. Therapy is a journey and a collaborative process that we are in together.



I am a certified yoga instructor and reiki practitioner. I strongly believe in the mind-body connection and feel that true change comes from holistic healing and addressing all parts of the self- mind, body, and spirit.

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I’m intentional about creating a safe space in my office, but I also don’t take myself too seriously and I love to laugh in session. I am passionate about empowering other women, as I believe healthy, strong women create a better world for everyone.

LEARN MORE ABOUT MADDIE

Specialties: Eating Disorders, Grief & Anxiety 

Stephanie King, MA

Maddie Quirk, LPC

After growing up in a family with substance abuse, I’ve been where you are. I know it’s scary to work through your anxiety and depression.

I believe in meeting you where you are. I love helping women identify and let go of their limiting beliefs so they can implement real change in their lives. Therapy is a journey and a collaborative process that we are all in together.

In addition to therapy, I’m also a certified yoga instructor and reiki practitioner. I strongly believe in the mind-body connection and feel that true change comes from holistic healing and addressing all parts of the self- mind, body, and spirit.

I’m passionate about empowering other women as I believe that stronger, healthier women create a better world for everyone.

LEARN MORE ABOUT MADDIE

READ SOME FUN FACTS

Bachelors Degree from Kutztown University
Masters Degree from Kutztown University
LPC paperwork is pending licensure

Education

3 Years at Penn Psychiatric Center
1.5 Years at The Village Outpatient Center

EXPERIENCE

Grief & Loss
Eating Disorders & Body Image Issues
Anxiety & Depression

specialty

Dialectical and Behavioral Therapy Trained (DBT)
Trauma Informed CBT Therapist

QUALIFICATIONS

Stephanie King, MA

Maddie Quirk, LPC

After growing up in a family with substance abuse, I’ve been where you are. I know it’s scary to work through your anxiety and depression.

I believe in meeting you where you are. I love helping women identify and let go of their limiting beliefs so they can implement real change in their lives. Therapy is a journey and a collaborative process that we are all in together.

In addition to therapy, I’m also a certified yoga instructor and reiki practitioner. I strongly believe in the mind-body connection and feel that true change comes from holistic healing and addressing all parts of the self- mind, body, and spirit.

I’m passionate about empowering other women as I believe that stronger, healthier women create a better world for everyone.

LEARN MORE ABOUT MADDIE

GO BACK

Home with my husband and in my pajamas by 10 pm playing Yahtzee and listening to 90's rock

IDEAL SATURDAY NIGHT:

Hiking/walking with my dog, velvet.

favorite way to move my body

Being able to connect with people on such a personal level. To be trusted and have this connection with my clients is an honor.

The greatest thing about being a therapist

Tacos

FAVORITE MEAL

Unapologetically expressing myself

WHAT ARE YOU CURRENTLY WORKING ON IN LIFE?

Stephanie King, MA

After growing up with a sick parent and facing the grief that went along with that, I developed anxiety and depression. Therapy changed my life and forced me to face anxiety and negative thinking head on. I’ve been there and I want you to know that together, we can work through your challenges.

My approach to therapy is all about self compassion and connection. I’ll help you identify your strengths and learn resilience to face the challenges of life. I believe that life may not get *easier* for us, but you can get better at effectively dealing with it. We will explore your inner self with kindness and you will develop a positive internal dialogue.

I am not just a sit and nod therapist. I strongly believe that setting boundaries and learning to use self care can lead you to a happier, more peaceful life. I can't wait to work with you.

LEARN MORE ABOUT STEPHANIE

Maddie Quirk, LPC

READ SOME FUN FACTS

Bachelors Degree in Psychology from Philadelphia University
Masters Degree in Professional Clinical Counseling from La Salle University
Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of PA

Education

Fieldwork at Adolescent Advocates
Lead Therapist at Liberation Way and Avenues Recovery


EXPERIENCE

Trauma & EMDR
Substance Use Disorders
Anxiety & Depression

specialty

Stephanie King, MA

After growing up with a sick parent and facing the grief that went along with that, I developed anxiety and depression. Therapy changed my life and forced me to face anxiety and negative thinking head on. I’ve been there and I want you to know that together, we can work through your challenges.

My approach to therapy is all about self compassion and connection. I’ll help you identify your strengths and learn resilience to face the challenges of life. I believe that life may not get *easier* for us, but you can get better at effectively dealing with it. We will explore your inner self with kindness and you will develop a positive internal dialogue.

I am not just a sit and nod therapist. I strongly believe that setting boundaries and learning to use self care can lead you to a happier, more peaceful life. I can't wait to work with you.

LEARN MORE ABOUT STEPHANIE

Maddie Quirk, LPC

GO BACK

Doing impressions of other people.

SECRET TALENT:

Weightlifting and yoga.

favorite way to move my body

My past, any mistakes or shortcomings I make, and the wisdom of many mentors

Who or what is your greatest teacher?

Iced with cream, no sugar! 

HOW I LIKE MY COFFEE:

Being witness to change and growth in another human; sharing genuine laughter and joy in sessions

THE GREATEST THING ABOUT BEING A THERAPIST:

Specialties: Trauma,  PTSD & Substance Use 

Kathryn Nulf, MA, NCC

My passion is working with women* (*cisgender, transgender, nonbinary, genderqueer – I welcome you). I grew up emotionally sensitive and through therapy I learned tools that taught me how to move through the world in ways that embraced my sensitivity. I soon realized my sensitivity was actually my superpower. I love to help women feel this empowerment, too.

I came to therapy through healing from chronic pain and depression and an infinite curiosity for human behavior and a love for the complexity of people. I get what it’s like to feel up and down with your emotions, to get depressed or anxious and not know what to do, or even feel unsure of who you are. I have taught yoga for more than 10 years, and enjoy teaching my client's tools to regulate their emotions, communicate in ways they can feel good about, manage stress more effectively, and move toward what they want to do in your life.

I believe that people are doing the best they can and that we cannot shame ourselves into a better life. I love to introduce clients to how they can practice compassion for themselves and create more meaning in their lives.. 

LEARN MORE ABOUT Kathryn

Micia Harris, MA, LAC

As a child I knew my career path would involve helping others as this was my passion, my true calling. I am a firm believer of implication of our natural skills and strengths. Creating change in one’s life, on their own time, at their own pace and in a safe place is key to learning to effectively cope, adapt, and change. 

I am open-minded, observant, curious, empathetic and my strength lies in understanding that not one thing (person, diagnosis, treatment, or treatment plan) is the same. My person-centered framework allows me to focus on creating a genuine, confidential and trusting relationship with my clients. As someone who has experienced mental health challenges myself, I know how important it is to have someone who understands, cares and guides you through the toughest challenges in life. 

I work from a wellness based perspective and I believe that creating a sense of empowerment is the ultimate goal for therapy. I believe that we can all benefit from learning how to hold space for ourselves, how to love ourselves from the inside out, and become empowered individuals. My goal with each session is to help my clients get a little closer to that empowered state. 

LEARN MORE ABOUT Micia

Specialties: Pre/ postpartum, Anxiety, Depression & Bipolar
 

Specialties: Anxiety, Depression, LGBTQ,  Chronic Pain 

Kathryn Nulf, MA, NCC

Micia Harris, MA, LAC

As a child I knew my career path would involve helping others as this was my passion, my true calling. I am a firm believer of implication of our natural skills and strengths. Creating change in one’s life, on their own time, at their own pace and in a safe place is key to learning to effectively cope, adapt, and change. 

I am open-minded, observant, curious, empathetic and my strength lies in understanding that not one thing (person, diagnosis, treatment, or treatment plan) is the same. My person-centered framework allows me to focus on creating a genuine, confidential and trusting relationship with my clients. As someone who has experienced mental health challenges myself, I know how important it is to have someone who understands, cares and guides you through the toughest challenges in life. 

I work from a wellness based perspective and I believe that creating a sense of empowerment is the ultimate goal for therapy. I believe that we can all benefit from learning how to hold space for ourselves, how to love ourselves from the inside out, and become empowered individuals. My goal with each session is to help my clients get a little closer to that empowered state. 

LEARN MORE ABOUT Micia

READ SOME FUN FACTS

Bachelors Degree from West Chester University
Master's Degree in Clinical Counseling - Rosemont College 
LPC paperwork is pending licensure

Education

3 Years at Penn Psychiatric Center
1.5 Years at The Village Outpatient Center

EXPERIENCE

LGBTQ+ 
Anxiety & Depression
Chronic Pain & Illness

specialty

Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC)
Dialectical and Behavioral Therapy Trained 
Trauma Informed CBT Therapist
Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-200)


QUALIFICATIONS

Kathryn Nulf, MA, NCC

Micia, Harris, MA, LAC

As a child I knew my career path would involve helping others as this was my passion, my true calling. I am a firm believer of implication of our natural skills and strengths. Creating change in one’s life, on their own time, at their own pace and in a safe place is key to learning to effectively cope, adapt, and change. 

I am open-minded, observant, curious, empathetic and my strength lies in understanding that not one thing (person, diagnosis, treatment, or treatment plan) is the same. My person-centered framework allows me to focus on creating a genuine, confidential and trusting relationship with my clients. As someone who has experienced mental health challenges myself, I know how important it is to have someone who understands, cares and guides you through the toughest challenges in life. 

I work from a wellness based perspective and I believe that creating a sense of empowerment is the ultimate goal for therapy. I believe that we can all benefit from learning how to hold space for ourselves, how to love ourselves from the inside out, and become empowered individuals. My goal with each session is to help my clients get a little closer to that empowered state. 

LEARN MORE ABOUT Micia

GO BACK

Barre class, coffee & therapy... in that order!

IDEAL SATURDAY:

To be a dancer in a Madonna video!

childhood dream

Allowing my clients to feel seen, heard and understood.

The greatest thing about being a therapist

Mr. Rogers

childhood hero

Chronic pain

WHat is your greatest Teacher?

Kathryn Nulf, MA, NCC

My passion is working with women* (*cisgender, transgender, nonbinary, genderqueer – I welcome you). I grew up emotionally sensitive and through therapy I learned tools that taught me how to move through the world in ways that embraced my sensitivity. I soon realized my sensitivity was actually my superpower. I love to help women feel this empowerment, too. 

I came to therapy through healing from chronic pain and depression and an infinite curiosity for human behavior and a love for the complexity of people. I get what it’s like to feel up and down with your emotions, to get depressed or anxious and not know what to do, or even feel unsure of who you are. I have taught yoga for more than 10 years, and enjoy teaching my client's tools to regulate their emotions, communicate in ways they can feel good about, manage stress more effectively, and move toward what they want to do in your life. 

I believe that people are doing the best they can and that we cannot shame ourselves into a better life. I love to introduce clients to how they can practice compassion for themselves and create more meaning in their lives.. 

LEARN MORE ABOUT Kathryn

Micia Harris, MA, LAC

READ SOME FUN FACTS

Bachelors Degree in Psychology from Rutgers University
Masters Degree in Professional Clinical Counseling from La Salle University
Licensed Associate Counselor 

Education

Outpatient Therapist at Oaks Integrated care (6 Years)
Mental Health Clinician at Rutgers University Acute Psychiatric Services 


EXPERIENCE

Postpartum Anxiety & Depression
Trauma 
Bipolar Disorder 

specialty

Kathryn Nulf, MA, NCC

My passion is working with women* (*cisgender, transgender, nonbinary, genderqueer – I welcome you). I grew up emotionally sensitive and through therapy I learned tools that taught me how to move through the world in ways that embraced my sensitivity. I soon realized my sensitivity was actually my superpower. I love to help women feel this empowerment, too. 

I came to therapy through healing from chronic pain and depression and an infinite curiosity for human behavior and a love for the complexity of people. I get what it’s like to feel up and down with your emotions, to get depressed or anxious and not know what to do, or even feel unsure of who you are. I have taught yoga for more than 10 years, and enjoy teaching my client's tools to regulate their emotions, communicate in ways they can feel good about, manage stress more effectively, and move toward what they want to do in your life. 

I believe that people are doing the best they can and that we cannot shame ourselves into a better life. I love to introduce clients to how they can practice compassion for themselves and create more meaning in their lives.. 

LEARN MORE ABOUT Kathryn

Micia Harris, MA, LAC

GO BACK

Haggen Daz Caramel Cone!

Favorite Ice cream Flavor:

It's a tie between dancing and yoga!

favorite way to move my body

Tracee Ellis Ross

If You could have lunch with anyone dead or alive:

My career. I get to do what I love and that's rare.

I'm Most pRoud of:

Being able to connect with so many different people and learn from their stories and journeys

THE GREATEST THING ABOUT BEING A THERAPIST:

Gabby Salomone, LCSW

Growing up with a younger sister who had a chronic medical condition, and parents who had a messy divorce, I sometimes joke it was the perfect recipe to cook up some anxiety in me! I had convinced myself early on that if I could control everything and everyone around me then things would be okay in my life, but the more I tried to control, the more things felt out of control.  With the help of a great therapist, I was able to break free from the mental rituals and anxiety. 

I believe that therapy is not one size fits all, which is why I use a person-centered approach. I practice from the theoretical orientation of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, focusing on how thoughts and feelings impact our behaviors and incorporate exposure therapy to change behaviors. I encourage my clients, through behavioral activation, to slowly incorporate back into their lives enjoyable activities, routines, and value-based goals that have decreased or are being avoided due to their anxiety, OCD, depression, or an eating disorder.   

I provide a safe and comfortable atmosphere to support my clients in make changes and living a life they love. 

LEARN MORE ABOUT gabby

Leeor Gal, MA, MFT

After growing up in a different country, and moving to the United States at a young age, I know what it’s like to go through challenging transitions. I’ve learned how to navigate new cultures along with readapting my identity in order to feel connected to my new home. My experiences thus far have molded me into the therapist I am today, along with managing chronic pain and illness.

As a Marriage and Family Therapist, my approach is warm yet direct. My favorite therapeutic technique with couples is the Emotionally Focused Couple’s Therapy, where I focus on the couple’s intimacy dance and their communication patterns. In terms of families, I believe that in order to fully understand one another, speaker/listener techniques are important to adapt at home. I also love working with teens and young adults with anxiety, depression and helping them navigate life transitions.

My systemic training provides me with further insight into understanding what makes you, you, and what has affected you thus far. By utilizing a number of conventional and collaborative approaches, I aim to tailor treatment to fit the individual, couple or family.

LEARN MORE ABOUT leeor

Specialties: OCD, Eating Disorders & Anxiety

Specialties: Couples Counseling and Relationship Issues, Teens &
Life Transitions

Erika Pranzo, MA, NCC

My early experiences fostered my empathy and deep understanding for others. I knew from a young age that I had a passion for helping others and through my own self-work, I learned that my empathy and compassion are my biggest strengths. I use an eclectic, person-centered and strength-based framework now to help womxn see their unique strengths and shift learned unhelpful beliefs to beliefs that promote positivity and growth. I absolutely love watching the clients I work with blossom into the best versions of themselves.

I believe everyone is able to grow & change and it is an honor to help guide people through their healing journeys. I see that each client is unique including their belief systems, interests and abilities so I pull from a few different modalities to meet client needs. I have been trained in and often incorporate Mindfulness techniques, somatic interventions, and Cognitive Behavior Therapy interventions to help clients gain awareness and understand the relationship between thoughts, emotions and behaviors. Additionally, I have extensive training in dance/movement therapy which allows me to use body-based interventions to help clients become more aware of and understand their physical sensations and emotions. Sessions are tailored to individual needs through ongoing communication. 

Specialties: Eating Disorders, Movement Therapy, Anxiety & Depression

Kyra Sjarif, LPC, ATR

As a “third culture kid” who grew up outside the U. S., I am fascinated by how our varied intersectional identities impact our psyche, sense of self, belonging, and connectedness to the world. As an art psychotherapist and counselor of color, I acknowledge the very real impact that our privileged and marginalized identities have on our lives and mental health. I believe, first and foremost, that you are the expert of your own lived experience.

To tailor the session to the individual, I utilize an integrative approach that includes the Creative Arts Therapies, Psychodynamic Therapy, Somatic Therapies and Mindfulness, Relational Cultural Therapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. I have extensive training in art therapy, which provides an alternative pathway for self-expression and self-exploration.

I believe in working collaboratively with you and meeting you where you are, without judgment or bias, to build safety within the therapeutic space. Change can be scary and uncomfortable, yet also deeply liberating. My goal is to help you shed light into the recurring patterns of your life, and to develop awareness into the different parts of who you are, so that you can lead your version of the “good life” that aligns with your values and aspirations.

Specialties: Trauma, Substance Use & Immigrant, Refugee, BIPOC Mental Health

Gabby Salomone, LSCW

Leeor Gal, MFT

After growing up in a different country, and moving to the United States at a young age, I know what it’s like to go through challenging transitions. I’ve learned how to navigate new cultures along with readapting my identity in order to feel connected to my new home. My experiences thus far have molded me into the therapist I am today, along with managing chronic pain and illness.

As a Marriage and Family Therapist, my approach is warm yet direct. My favorite therapeutic technique with couples is the Emotionally Focused Couple’s Therapy, where I focus on the couple’s intimacy dance and their communication patterns. In terms of families, I believe that in order to fully understand one another, speaker/listener techniques are important to adapt at home.

My systemic training provides me with further insight into understanding what makes you, you, and what has affected you thus far. By utilizing a number of conventional and collaborative approaches, I aim to tailor treatment to fit the individual, couple or family.

LEARN MORE ABOUT leeor

READ SOME FUN FACTS

Bachelors Degree from Widener University 
Masters Degree from Widener University 
Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of PA

Education

2 Years at Rogers Behavioral Health Center 
2 Years at Renfrew Residential Program

EXPERIENCE

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) 
Eating Disorders 
Severe Anxiety & Panic Attacks 

specialty

Trauma Informed CBT Therapist
Health at Every Size Informed
Behavioral Activation and Exposure Response Prevention Training for OCD, Eating Disorders & Anxiety

QUALIFICATIONS

Gabby Salomone, LCSW

Leeor Gal, MFT

After growing up in a different country, and moving to the United States at a young age, I know what it’s like to go through challenging transitions. I’ve learned how to navigate new cultures along with readapting my identity in order to feel connected to my new home. My experiences thus far have molded me into the therapist I am today, along with managing chronic pain and illness.

As a Marriage and Family Therapist, my approach is warm yet direct. My favorite therapeutic technique with couples is the Emotionally Focused Couple’s Therapy, where I focus on the couple’s intimacy dance and their communication patterns. In terms of families, I believe that in order to fully understand one another, speaker/listener techniques are important to adapt at home.

My systemic training provides me with further insight into understanding what makes you, you, and what has affected you thus far. By utilizing a number of conventional and collaborative approaches, I aim to tailor treatment to fit the individual, couple or family.

LEARN MORE ABOUT leeor

GO BACK

Home with my husband and in my pajamas by 10 pm playing Yahtzee and listening to 90's rock

IDEAL SATURDAY NIGHT:

Hiking/walking with my dog, velvet.

favorite way to move my body

Being able to connect with people on such a personal level. To be trusted and have this connection with my clients is an honor.

The greatest thing about being a therapist

Tacos

FAVORITE MEAL

Unapologetically expressing myself

WHAT ARE YOU CURRENTLY WORKING ON IN LIFE?

Gabby Salomone, LCSW

Growing up with a younger sister who had a chronic medical condition, and parents who had a messy divorce, I sometimes joke it was the perfect recipe to cook up some anxiety in me! I had convinced myself early on that if I could control everything and everyone around me then things would be okay in my life, but the more I tried to control, the more things felt out of control. With the help of a great therapist, I was able to break free from the mental rituals and anxiety. 

I believe that therapy is not one size fits all, which is why I use a person-centered approach. I practice from the theoretical orientation of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, focusing on how thoughts and feelings impact our behaviors and incorporate exposure therapy to change behaviors. I encourage my clients, through behavioral activation, to slowly incorporate back into their lives enjoyable activities, routines, and value-based goals that have decreased or are being avoided due to their anxiety, OCD, depression, or an eating disorder.   

I provide a safe and comfortable atmosphere to support my clients in make changes and living a life they love. 

LEARN MORE ABOUT gabby

Leeor Gal, MFT

READ SOME FUN FACTS

Bachelors Degree from Rutgers University
Masters Degree in Marriage & Family Therapy  from Thomas Jefferson University 


Education

2 Years at Council for Relationships
1 Year at West Chester Therapy Group


EXPERIENCE

Couples Counseling
Family Therapy
Chronic illness & anxiety

specialty

qualifications

Gottman Level One Training
Traiing in Emotional Freedom Technique & Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

Gabby Salomone, LCSW

Growing up with a younger sister who had a chronic medical condition, and parents who had a messy divorce, I sometimes joke it was the perfect recipe to cook up some anxiety in me! I had convinced myself early on that if I could control everything and everyone around me then things would be okay in my life, but the more I tried to control, the more things felt out of control. With the help of a great therapist, I was able to break free from the mental rituals and anxiety. 

I believe that therapy is not one size fits all, which is why I use a person-centered approach. I practice from the theoretical orientation of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, focusing on how thoughts and feelings impact our behaviors and incorporate exposure therapy to change behaviors. I encourage my clients, through behavioral activation, to slowly incorporate back into their lives enjoyable activities, routines, and value-based goals that have decreased or are being avoided due to their anxiety, OCD, depression, or an eating disorder.   

I provide a safe and comfortable atmosphere to support my clients in make changes and living a life they love. 

LEARN MORE ABOUT GABBY

Leeor Gal, MFT

GO BACK

I have a black belt in Karate

SECRET TALENT:

I love to travel so exploring new towns and cities that I've never been to before

ideal Saturday:

Reading a book or doing some yoga or meditation

in Between sessions you can
find me:

Pasta! I can eat it for every meal!

favorite meal:

The ability to see others become the best versions of themselves

THE GREATEST THING ABOUT BEING A THERAPIST:

"She offers a fresh and modern view on therapy which involves empowering her clients to see the change in themselves."

“Amanda and Maddie are both fabulous. I've worked with Amanda for 2 years now and I can't recommend her enough. She offers a fresh and modern view on therapy which involves empowering her clients to see the change in themselves. She gives you literal tools to supplement what's talked about in session so you can go home and practice life skills. This step has been so crucial for my long-term recovery and emotional stability. She also checks in with you about things you talked about the previous week without having a notepad in front of her. She genuinely cares for each client. No matter why you go to Therapy for Women, these women WILL change your life. I really can't thank them enough.”

TESTIMONIALS

We Believe In Doing Therapy Differently

Therapy how and when you need it

Easy and unintimidating

We specialize in overlapping issues

We embrace technology to the fullest - because therapy shouldn’t be old-fashioned! We are proud to offer therapy both in person or via HIPPA compliant video sessions. When you are our client, you will also have your own private portal where you can make appointments, pay balances, and get access to statements for insurance. [view info on fees and insurance]

Taking the first step in attending a therapy appointment is no easy feat - and that’s why we make all appointments as comfortable as possible. You’ll have the opportunity to learn more about your therapist prior to your appointment, and if you decide to do your sessions in our office - you’ll love the easygoing, relaxed vibe. (No old men recording notes about you in a basement)

We believe that healing happens best when you’re treated as a whole person - not a set of symptoms - that’s why our therapists specialize in a holistic approach that treats all of your overlapping issues.  We believe therapy is for everyone, regardless if you have a mental health diagnosis. 

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