Family therapy services in 17349: New Freedom, PA. Relationship and couples counseling.

Family counseling in 17349: New Freedom, PA. Honest and effective help for couples, relationships and blended families in and around New Freedom, Pennsylvania.


Jean Pollack, PhD
Family Therapist

Jean Pollack, PhD

Professional Relationship,WellnessLife Coach, Mediator,Author

Broadway St., Hanover, York, Pennsylvania 17331 | 888-821-2935

Coaching for families as they transition through marriage, divorce, separation and as children go through stages of development such with stressors which may cause anxiety, depression, anger and the need for more skillful parenting skills. We are here to support your family through these stressful and challenging times. Coaching and mediation for aging parents.

Gabriel Newman, Ph.D.
Family Therapist

Gabriel Newman, Ph.D.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

2328 W Joppa Road, Suite 10, Lutherville, Maryland 21093 | 410-828-7792

When people feel heard, everything changes. Thus, if a family can create an atmosphere in which every voice has its place, a great shift can occur in which the atmosphere changes from defensive to expansive, from reactionary to benevolent, from frustrated to fulfilled. Sure, change is hard, but it is also rewarding, and miraculous. There cannot be a more rewarding experience than seeing family members discover just how warm and supportive a place the family can be.

Robert Castle, M.S., LCPC, NCC
Family Therapist

Robert Castle, M.S., LCPC, NCC

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Collaborative Counseling, LLC, 744 Dulaney Valley Road, STE 7, Towson, Maryland 21204 | 410-702-5138

We are all relational beings, living within interactive, emotional systems. How we relate to our most significant others (spouse, children, siblings, etc.) can sometimes lapse into unpleasant scripts and powerful undercurrents of action-reaction, negative group-think, and ineffective authority roles. Restoring a sense of effective functioning, wellness and harmony (shalom) within family relationships can be aided by learning and practicing new ways to empathize, communicate, and collaborate with each other. Under certain conditions, families can even benefit from video sessions or teletherapy (if more convenient and less stressful than gathering everyone at a therapist's office!)

Jonathan Gransee, Psy.D.
Family Therapist

Jonathan Gransee, Psy.D.

Licensed Psychologist

313 W. Liberty Street, Suite 226, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603 | 717-509-5151

Oftentimes, one person will be identified as the problem in a family system, but, oftentimes, they are simply the one who has been showing the symptoms of the dysfunction in the family, rather than themselves having an individual issue. Families can address this by sitting down and talking with each other, with an impartial third party, to discover what is happening within the family and what can be done to fix it.

Shannon Miller, LMSW
Family Therapist

Shannon Miller, LMSW

Licensed Social Worker

Landisville, Pennsylvania 17538 | (717) 742-0501

I cannot imagine a family out there that does not want to be happy. But life happens. Things can become dysfunctional as family members come and go (planned or unexpectedly), structure and hierarchy change, illness strikes, conflict escalates, addiction is discovered, careers are earned and lost, and communication comes to a standstill. Through mutually agreed upon ground rules, therapy will be the place for each family member to share their experience without fear of retribution and to have the opportunity to be heard without interruption. Then, through a variety of strategies, we work together to reorganize the family's energies and move towards a positive outcome.

Deborah Cole, Psy.D.
Family Therapist

Deborah Cole, Psy.D.

Licensed Psychologist

8840 Stanford Blvd. , Ste. 4000, Columbia, Maryland 21045 | 410-381-7551

I work with families to encourage connections and also communication. Sometimes, these break down just due to business and the role of technology. Family time needs to become a priority once again. Offenses that have not been forgotten or forgiven need to be processed. Boundaries also need to be established, particularly between parents and children.

Ann Klein, LCSW-C, MSW
Family Therapist

Ann Klein, LCSW-C, MSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Marriage & Family Therapist

6239 Plaited Reed, Columbia, Maryland 21044 | 240-593-1517

When I see the family, I ask each one how they view the situation and how it affects them and the whole family. With parenting issues, I will see the child or teen alone and then the parents. I teach parents ways of listening to each other and understanding where each one is coming from. Once they validate each other, I help them problem solve using possible strategies with their child or young adult. These strategies will depend on the issue whether their child is experiencing symptoms of hyperactivity, addictions, learning processing difficulties, acting out in a new blended family, etc. Then I bring the family together for the parents to set limits on the child or young adult.

John Rhead, Ph.D., CGP
Family Therapist

John Rhead, Ph.D., CGP

Licensed Psychologist

5560 Sterrett Pl. #205, Columbia, Maryland 21044 | (410) 997-5060

A family is a living organism, and when one member is in pain or confusion the whole family unit is part of that pain or confusion--sometimes as part of the cause, and always as a potential part of the cure. I offer families help in seeing how family members may contribute to each other's suffering and, more importantly, how they can help each other reduce the suffering.

Teni Osundeko, Ph.D, LCSW
Family Therapist

Teni Osundeko, Ph.D, LCSW

Clinical Social Worker

4601 Locust Lane, Suite 102,, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17109 | 717-919-4564

We choose our friends but not our family. So when we are hurt by a family member the wound runs deep. This is where you can benefit from family therapy. I provide compassionate non judgemental family therapy. My goal is to identify the underlying reasons for the conflicts in your family and help you develop strategies to resolve them. My clients include couples, adults, step parents and adolescents facing stress, relationship problems, parenting challenges and life transition issues. I offer fresh insight, support and guidance to help the family to resolve conflicts and improve communication. I encourage family members to set mutual goals and hold them accountable to follow through.

Dawn Crosson, Psy.D
Family Therapist

Dawn Crosson, Psy.D

Licensed Psychologist

845 Sir Thomas Ct, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17109 | 717-503-2244

Petra Psychological Services believes in building the community one family at a time. Strong families are fundamental in raising healthy functioning productive individuals. Therapy is focused around understanding family dynamics, problem solving, expression of feelings, establishing healthy boundaries and individuality and functioning within the family unit.


17349 is a zip code located in York County and part of New Freedom, Pennsylvania. It has a land area of 20.754 square miles.  The population of 17349 is 7,570 people.