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Michelle is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) who believes that people are brilliantly-designed, resilient beings who do their best with the tools that they have. However, tools that once appeared to be the best option for surviving difficult circumstances might be holding us back in our current lives from experiencing more peaceful, life-giving relationships with ourselves and others. Michelle is passionate about helping clients understand themselves, including the underlying functions of these behaviors, and implementing strategies towards change. 

She has experience working with adults who are struggling with self-esteem, life transitions, depression, anxiety, communication issues, and trauma with a special interest in adverse childhood experiences. Michelle strives to create a collaborative therapeutic relationship with each of her clients in which there is an atmosphere of curiosity. 

She believes that every person is unique and tailors her therapeutic approach depending on your presenting concerns and goals. The therapeutic modalities that she uses to inform her approach include Person-Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Adlerian Therapy, Relational Life Therapy, Internal Family Systems Therapy, and Existential Therapy.

Michelle received her Master of Education in Counseling Psychology from Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is currently under the supervision of Patricia Small (LPCC). 

Michelle understands that therapy is an inherently vulnerable experience. At times, it can feel uncomfortable and even intimidating, but she will support you through this process by extending unconditional empathy, warmth, and honesty. 


“When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.” - Viktor E. Frankl 

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