Kathy Reiser, MA, LPC
I am a dedicated, compassionate therapist with almost twenty years of experience in the mental health field. I began my career as a therapist after years of working in healthcare administration and fitness. I loved working in the fitness industry finding my greatest pleasure was hearing the life stories of my clients and helping them achieve their goals. It was this that ignited my passion for counseling. With young children and a supportive husband at home, I went back to school to earn my Master's degree in Counseling Psychology.
After completing my degree, I worked in an agency that served children, adolescents and families in the school and home setting. This experience provided exposure to a broad range of issues and prepared me to transition my work to a private counseling setting.
For the past five years I have been working as a practitioner in a group practice. In this position, I have been fortunate to work with adolescents, adults and couples to resolve issues that have been preventing them from leading their best lives. This has been a fulfilling experience; I have seen first hand the powerful impact realized by those choosing to embrace the therapeutic process.
This past year I made the decision to start a new venture by opening my own private practice, 20/20 Counseling, LLC. Though much of my work will remain the same, I'm committed to adding services such as positive lifestyle change management, life coaching and a variety of support groups which will provide a holistic approach to the therapeutic process. I look forward to helping you develop the inner resources needed to maximize your potential, improve your relationships and once again enjoy the life you are living.
Syracuse University, BS, Business Administration, Psychology
Temple University, MBA, Health Care Administration
Marywood University, MA, Counseling Psychology
Licensed Professional Counselor, State of Pennsylvania
Tina Arendash, LCSW
Tina is a licensed clinical social worker and throughout her career has worked with both children and adults in the mental health field. Tina earned her Bachelor's degree in social work from Elizabethtown College in 2001, then went on to earn a Master's in Social Work degree from Marywood University in 2006. Tina has practiced as a licensed social worker since 2006. In June of 2016, Tina went on to obtain clinical licensure as an LCSW.
Through her career she has partnered with county social service agencies to help children and families struggling with trauma and abuse, worked within public school systems to help children with behavioral challenges thrive while simultaneously supporting and guiding their families, and most recently has served as a college mental health counselor helping young adults balance their mental health and overall well-being while learning how to manage the stress of higher education.
Her approach to counseling is rooted in cognitive behavioral therapy. In her practice she specializes in helping individuals with anxiety and mood disorders, low self esteem, social/relational and life adjustment issues and parenting challenges.
Bachelor of Science, Social Work, Elizabethtown College
Master of Social Work, Marywood University
Cammy Crane, LCSW
Cammy has been providng compassionate, open and thought-provoking therapy for the past five years. Her general approach is to explore the root of the issue and build upon your strengths to find ways to move forward in life that feel right to you. She uses a variety of therapies, including Acceptance and Comitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Narrative Therapy, Rogerian/Humanistic Therapy and Trauma Focused CBT. Her practice focuses on issues surrounding family and relationships, gender, grief and loss, mood, self-esteem, stress and trauma.
Cammy enjoys deeply getting to know the people that she works with and collaborating creatively on their therapeutic journey. Her previous work experience has included working with trauma survivors, immigrant families, and young students as well as general therapy. She has worked with people from a wide specturm of ages, races, sexualities and life experiences.
Cammy also has exptensive expereince working with children using Play Therapy, Sandtray Therapy and Theraplay. These therapies focus on play as a mode of expression, which allows children to understand themselves, process their feelings and experiences, and improve their relationships with others in a way that feels natural and engaging to them. Her work with children often involves family therapy sessions as well.
Masters of Social Work, 2012
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Bachelor of Arts in Religion, 2006
Davidson College, Davidson, NC
Certified Clinical Trauma Professional