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Iris Baughman, Psy.D.

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine - Psy.D.

Slippery Rock University - M.A.

The Pennsylvania State Univeristy - B.A.

Iris Baughman, Psy.D. is a licensed psychologist trained in both clinical and counseling psychotherapy. She has experience working with clients ranging in age from older adolescent to older adult. Iris sees patients presenting with adjustment disorders, mood disorders, management of medical diagnoses, and relationship problems. The therapeutic approach she uses is based on cognitive behavioral theory to work with the client to facilitate healthy change or develop positive coping.


Marolyn Morford,Ph.D.

University of Chicago - M.A./Ph.D.

UC Berkeley - B.A.

Dr. Morford trained as a developmental psychologist, studying how behavior changes over time and received additional training clinically, regarding what thoughts, feelings, and other environmental factors affect these changes. Using a strengths-based, solution-focused format, she works in collaboration to help individuals identify their goals and solve problems interfering with achieving those goals. She also works with children and families to address mood dysregulation and behavior concerns as well as depression and anxiety. Parents of young children participate actively in their children’s treatment.  Please visit Marolyn's website for more information.


Rebecca Agnew, LCSW

West Chester University - MSW

The Pennsylvania State University - B.A.


Rebecca Agnew is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has been practicing therapy with adults for over 15 years. Utilizing client-centered therapy, she integrates practical feedback, mindfulness, cognitive behavioral, and acceptance and commitment based techniques to create an individualized approach for each client. She focuses on providing a caring and supportive environment where individuals can be challenged to enhance self-knowledge and growth.  She works with clients dealing with anxiety, mood disorders, life transitions, stress management, grief and loss, and is trauma informed. Rebecca is open and affirming of individuals of all backgrounds. Please visit Rebecca's website for more information.


Celeste Parker, Ph.D.

SUNY at Buffallo - Ph.D.

The Pennsylvania State University - M.Ed.

The Pennsylvania State University - B.S.

Celeste has practiced psychotherapy for over 25 years. She believes that emotional healing takes place through the use of mind, body and spiritual practices. Using cognitive behavioral and mindfulness approaches, she helps clients to utilize and to build their strengths as a means to resolving their challenges. Celeste works with teenagers and adults to treat eating disorders of both undereating and overeating, adjustment to health/medical issues, anxiety, depression and grief.


David King, LPC

The Pennsylvania State University - M.Ed.

David is a licensed professional counselor with over 27 years of experience counseling individuals, couples, and families.  He is committed to helping persons with depression, anxiety, grief, substance abuse problems, and difficulties with life transitions. In David's practice he often integrates cognitive behavioral therapy with mindfulness training. With couples, he provides a structured approach to identify relationship problems and focus on renewing the partners’ vital emotional connection.  Please visit David's website at for more information on his approach and background.  

Zen Stones

John Raykovitz, Ph.D.

The Pennsylvania State University - Ph.D.

The Pennsylvania State University - M.S.

Rutgers University - B.A.

Information coming soon!

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