Steven Hand, MA, CAC
Psychologist, Certified Addictions Counselor
304 Frankstown Rd., Altoona, Pennsylvania 16602
My approach to psychotherapy involves seeing each client as unique with a very personal history. I start by getting to know you - your likes and dislikes, your relationships, how you manage your feelings, your general experiences in life. We will define the problems together, and then we will - together - define your goals for treatment. I use a client-centered approach with a strong emphasis on Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy.
Dawn Crosson, Psy.D
845 Sir Thomas Ct, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17109
Our Master and doctorate level therapists take a pragmatic approach to treatment. Though, they have been trained in a variety of treatment models that include cognitive behavior therapy, behavioral therapy, cognitive therapy, family therapy, constructivist therapy, and play therapy. The licensed psychologist that oversees the Master level therapist has over 19 years of experience in the field of psychology our Master's level therapist has been providing treatment since 2004.
Jean Pollack, PhD
Professional Relationship,WellnessLife Coach, Mediator,Author
Hanover, York, Pennsylvania 17331
We use a personalized assessment and treatment goal plan designed to your symptoms and needs. We use cognitive behavioral, EMDR, imagery, holistic mind body and stress reduction techniques. The ultradian rhythm suggests that there are optimal times for rest, sleep, productivity, creativity, socializing, and reflective time. When she changed the rhythm she felt better, her weight stabilized, aging slowed down, and her insight and healing starts
Lisa Reed, MA, NCC, LPC, CAADC
Licensed Professional Counselor
342 South Richards Street, Bedford, Pennsylvania 15522
I believe in the here and the now approaches to therapy, such as Reality, Person Centered, Solution Focused, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapies, however, sometimes it is beneficial to explore a client's past experiences to look at hurts, needs, behavior patterns, etc. in order to make positive changes in their current lives. The past does sometimes affect ones current behavior and attitude. It is necessary sometimes to hear a clients past to help them recover and rebuild from their hurts. To accept and let it go, realizing they are still lovable, worthwhile, and can be successful and happy. I use a thorough assessment and behavioral techniques to help validate and encourage clients.