Alice is a wife and mom of three school-aged kids that understands multi-tasking and the busyness of life can be overwhelming. Her passion is to help women realize their strengths to regain joy and purpose in their lives.
Paz Shroyer has a heart for women who are struggling with difficult family and home life due to different life circumstances such as grief, trauma, and cross cultural issues. She is compassionate and desires to meet women where they are.
Jayde has a passion for walking alongside others on their journey through the many obstacles of life. She has training and experience in trauma and group therapy, couple's counseling and developing plans for children and family systems.
Stephanie counsels women who struggle with depression, anxiety, trauma, grief and loss. She believes that there can be change and healing in the lives of hurting women and desires to assist them in their therapeutic journey.
Linda has worked in the counseling field for many years, primarily as a school counselor in the Pennsbury School District and also for several years as a school psychologist at a private, local practice. She loves working with people and supporting them in life’s challenges as that has been a blessing throughout her entire professional life.
Kim is passionate about walking alongside others as they journey through this thing called life. She believes in helping women realize the power they already have within them, by listening compassionately to their stories and providing them with the tools they need to achieve the goals they set for themselves
Janeen has a passion for creating safe and supportive relationships for women. She is fully committed to providing authentic and compassionate support for those in need and believes in creating a positive impact for those who have experienced sexual abuse and trauma.
Jamie is a board-certified art therapist, licensed professional counselor, and Lamaze instructor. She has been supporting women, children and families for nearly twenty years, offering specialized support and therapeutic intervention for people affected by trauma and loss, as a result of abuse, violence, sudden accidental events or the passing of loved ones.
Julie has worked for more than 27 years with children, adolescents, and their families that struggle with anxiety, depression, trauma, and addictions. She also enjoys working with parents who have children that struggle with defiant mood behaviors and desires to use the gifts God has given her to love and support all she counsels.
Erin is a graduate student at The College of New Jersey working towards a master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She is passionate about empowering women and adolescents and excited to transition into working in the mental health field from teaching in a public school.