Neha Patil

Neha Patil MSW, RYT

Holistic Practitioner

Treats Adults, and ages 18 & up in Pennsylvania,

Neha has been practicing yoga since her teens. Yoga was an opportunity to understand herself and the choices she wanted to make to support her wellness. She struggled with her own health issues and yoga led her to look at the relationships she had with herself, others, and what she was choosing to put into her body as these all affected her overall state of health and wellness. She continues to learn various healing modalities and is an Ayurvedic Lifestyle Consultant and Reiki Practitioner. Neha’s yoga classes are trauma-sensitive and gentle.

Sarah Allen MA, LPC

Clinical Lead

Treats Adolescents, and Adults, and ages 14 & up in Pennsylvania,

Sarah graduated from Penn State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology. After obtaining her bachelor’s degree she went on to receive her master’s degree at Immaculata University with a focus on counseling and a Certificate in Addiction Studies. Sarah is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a passion to help those struggling with anxiety, depression, stress, relationship concerns, goal setting, sleep disruption and the challenges of pregnancy, postpartum and motherhood. Since the start of her career, Sarah has worked in the mental health field in various settings. These settings include domestic violence programs, mental health, substance abuse outpatient and partial hospital programs for adolescents and adults. Sarah enjoys pulling from a multitude of therapeutic frameworks such as cognitive behavioral therapy, rational emotive behavioral therapy, person- centered and mindfulness. For individuals who specifically want to improve relationships, Sarah has been trained to use the Gottman Method. Sarah’s philosophy is to understand the client’s perspective and work collaboratively to obtain their unique goals. While working with Sarah, you can expect an environment that is genuine, nonjudgmental and effective where each session provides an opportunity to grow. She enjoys guiding clients to increase self-awareness, decrease symptoms and discomfort with the goal of living a fulfilling life.

Aaron Reachard LCSW

Treats Adults, and ages 18 & up in Pennsylvania,

Aaron has been working in the mental health field since 2003 and has experience working with adolescents, teens, young adults, adults, veterans and geriatric populations. He graduated from Saint Francis University in 2000 with a B.S. in criminal justice with a minor in sociology. When he first entered the field, Aaron worked in a variety of school settings with children ranging from Kindergarten to High School. As time passed, he began working for a foster care agency where he worked with many families who cared for children of all ages who were separated from their natural families for numerous reasons. During this time, Aaron gained experience in helping children find their voice, as well as helping the foster parents, and in some cases their natural children, navigate their new worlds. Doing this work, Aaron realized that he wanted to make a difference in people’s individual lives, as well as their family’s if possible. So, he enrolled at the University of Pittsburgh and earned his master’s degree in social work with a mental health certificate. Do you often feel weighed down by feelings of anxiety, depression, grief/loss and parenting issues? If you find it difficult to make friends and interact with others leading to feelings of loneliness and self-doubt, come talk to Aaron. Together you will explore different strategies that allow you to address the root causes of your difficulties and build meaningful, lasting, familial and social relationships.

Courtney Creegan MA, LCADC

Treats Adults, and ages 18 & up in New Jersey,

Courtney is a Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor. She is passionate about helping individuals with substance use disorders. She has been working in this field since 2007 and has experience treating individuals with co-occurring substance use and mental health diagnoses. Courtney has a special interest in the treatment of co-occurring substance use and PTSD. Her theoretical approaches include humanistic, cognitive behavioral, solution focused, DBT, and seeking safety.

Daphne Jakstis LCSW

Treats Adults, and ages 18 & up in Pennsylvania,

Daphne is a therapist that has provided more than 18 years of treatment experience in group and individual counseling. She sees each client as unique and tailors her approach to best fit each person’s individual goals. Daphne focuses on using evidenced based practices with a holistic perspective. She specializes in treating trauma, anxiety, mood disorders and dual diagnosis concerns. Daphne provides stigma-free, affirming therapy for LGBTQIA+ individuals. She works with her clients to incorporate their religion, spirituality, culture and lifestyles into their healing.

Jane Coyle LCSW, LCADC

Treats Adolescents, and Adults, and ages 16 & up in New Jersey, Pennsylvania,

Jane is a licensed clinical social worker in Pennsylvania and New Jersey with over 7 years of experience working in the field of mental health and co-occurring disorders. She has experience working with clients who struggle with self-esteem, addictions, depression, anxiety, trauma, communication and relationships issues. Jane believes that by understanding our past and how we have come to our current situation, we can better prepare and take charge of our lives. Understanding and accepting ourselves is the pathway to freedom and happiness. With Jane, you will work collaboratively to identify which obstacles are preventing you from achieving your life goals and then determine how to overcome those obstacles. Jane offers a warm, safe, non-judgmental environment where she employs techniques suited to each client’s needs. She has a client-centered approach and has experience with cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and other modalities.

Lakeeta Wingfield LCSW

Treats Adolescents, and Adults, and ages 16 & up in Pennsylvania,

Lakeeta is a native of Pittsburgh, PA. She graduated from Clarion University and earned a master’s degree from Temple University in social administration with a concentration in health and mental health. In addition to holding licensure as a Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Lakeeta has an extensive background in health and human services and has been providing clinical services for over 18 years. With experience and expertise in health, mental health, addictions, individual, group and family counseling, Lakeeta has been able to utilize her skill set in the areas of management, employee assistance programs, applied behavior analysis, utilization management, critical incident debriefing, collaborative care and behavioral health services to guide clients to leading healthier, more fulfilling lifestyles and well-being. In her free time, Lakeeta enjoys spending time with her family and friends, reading, baking and trying new things.

Lindsay Ilyes LPC, LCPC

Treats Adolescents, and Adults, and Children, and ages 6 & up in Maryland, Pennsylvania,

Mrs. Ilyes provides clinical services, including psychotherapy and evaluations, for children, adolescents and adults. She also provides therapeutic services to couples and families. Mrs. Ilyes has provided counseling services since 2007 in both private practices and non-profit settings. She has been a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in Maryland since 2009 and a Licensed Professional Counselor in Pennsylvania since 2012. Mrs. Ilyes began her education at The Pennsylvania State University, graduating from the Schreyer Honors College with degrees in psychology and English. She then graduated with a Master of Science degree in Clinical Psychology from Loyola College in Maryland. She has worked with children, adolescents, adults, couples and families in both inpatient and outpatient settings. She has also facilitated numerous group sessions. Past clinical experience includes psychotherapy for addictions, depression, anxiety, anger management, PTSD and both non-directive and directive play therapy. Mrs. Ilyes has repeatedly worked with survivors of domestic violence and other abuse. She also works with clients dealing with stressors related to life changes and transitions, as well as those dealing with conflicts in professional and personal relationships. Mrs. Ilyes takes particular interest in working with issues related to addictions and issues that primarily, but not solely, affect women such as postpartum issues and transitions, anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorders. She also has experience integrating spiritual principles into sessions.

May Scholle LCSW

Treats Adolescents, and ages 14 & up in Pennsylvania,

After a 25-year career in the field of child welfare, May has continued, over the past 7 years, to provide therapy for adolescents, adults, couples and families who struggle with anxiety, depression, trauma, PTSD, grief/loss, relationship and/or family conflict. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker certified in cognitive processing therapy for PTSD. May finds that many individuals are not aware of the impact of trauma on their life. While she strongly believes that many individuals have the answer to their personal struggle within themselves, May does make an effort to meet clients where they are by providing a safe opportunity to not only clarify their values, but also learn skills and strategies so that they are able to move forward and live their best life. May utilizes various clinical approaches to assist clients such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), mindfulness, solution focused, positive psychology, psycho-education and most importantly the development of a strong therapeutic relationship.

Megan Levan MA, LPC, CAADC

Treats Adults, and ages 18 & up in Pennsylvania,

Megan is a licensed practicing counselor and holds a certification in addiction counseling. In 2015, she received a Master of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology with a focus in dddiction and trauma. Megan has been employed in a variety of therapeutic and counseling roles ranging in various levels of care. Currently, she is employed as the Clinical Director at Lower Merion Counseling Services. The majority of her career has been in an outpatient setting with a focus on drug and alcohol and mental health. Megan also has experience and knowledge of working with forensic populations and working within the legal system and probation/parole. Her biggest passion is serving as a sounding board for those in need of unconditional support, validation and acceptance. Her philosophy is that every person is of value and unique. She believes strongly in the process and ability to change. Megan feels that taking the step to seek help and support from a stranger takes great strength and bravery. Megan specializes in two areas: addiction and relational conflict. While these symptoms may appear different, she has often found that substance abuse and interpersonal turmoil are outward reflections of internal conflict and wounds from the past. She enjoys working with diverse clientele and populations including the LGBTQ community, clients struggling with disordered eating behaviors, trauma survivors and women’s issues. She equally has experience helping individuals with marriage and relational issues, domestic abuse, grief & loss, criminal behaviors and mental illness. It is through extensive training in DBT, person center techniques, and motivational interviewing that she feels these populations are best served. Megan’s focus as a clinician is to be strength-based and solution-focused to ensure that clients are reaching the goals that they have set out and sought therapy to accomplish. In her spare time, Megan enjoys spending time with her family. She is always seeking ways to grow as a person through literature, reading and personal development. Megan enjoys the outdoors, the water, swimming and softball, and she tries to stay active as a means to cope with day-to-day stressors and challenges that life throws her way.

Getting Started

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3 – Begin Your Therapy Journey

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