Stephanie Brown, MFT
Stephanie received her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Northcentral University. She is currently preparing for her Marriage and Family Therapy State Board Exam for licensure in Pennsylvania. Stephanie has provided both in- home and outpatient therapy services to families and individuals of all ages to address a wide array of concerns including anxiety, depression, trauma, emotional disconnection, identity/self-esteem struggles, behavior concerns, ADHD, the systemic effects of autism, LGBTQ issues, communication, and parenting. She offers daytime, evening, and weekend appointments.
Jody Flecken, LPC
Jody Flecken holds a Master’s degree in Clinical Community Counseling from Eastern University, a Master’s degree in College Administration from Bowling Green University, and is a licensed professional counselor in the state of Pennsylvania. She provides therapy to individuals, couples, teens, and families dealing with relationship issues, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, abuse, and trauma. Jody also works with families who are experiencing life transitions and assists with personal growth and spiritual emergence. She provides clinical supervision to counselors who are working toward licensure in PA. She offers morning, daytime and evening appointments.
Brett Ford, PsyD
Brett received her Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from La Salle University in Philadelphia, and earned her doctorate from the California School of Professional Psychology in San Diego. She is working toward her Pennsylvania license as a marriage and family therapist. Her research focuses on mental health strategies for therapists, as a means of delivering the best quality service to clients. She offers therapy to children, teens, families, and couples. Her areas of interest include communication, trauma, high-conflict relationships, blended families, mood disorders, emotional regulation, and LGBTQ identity. She offers daytime, evening, and weekend appointments.
Rebecca Freking, LMFT
Rebecca received her Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from The Family Institute at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois and is a licensed marriage and family therapist in Pennsylvania. She has provided outpatient, group, and in-home therapy to individuals, children, families, and couples. Rebecca's main areas of focus include relationship issues (couples and family), depression and anxiety, child and adolescent issues, parenting help, life changes/transitions, and personal fulfillment. She offers daytime, evening and weekend hours, and also serves as the intake coordinator for SR&A.
Allison Hopper, DO
Allison began a career in healthcare in 1993 as a physician in general practice. Her decision to transition into practicing psychotherapy came after years of observing the relationship between physical and mental health. Allison earned a Post-Masters Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy at the Council For Relationship in Philadelphia. She offers couples counseling and individual therapy to manage anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress, couple conflict, emotion regulation, and chronic illness. Allison offers daytime and evening appointments.
Karen Ix, LMFT
Karen Ix received her Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Hahnemann University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1994 and earned a Post-Masters Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy at the Council For Relationships in Philadelphia. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist in Pennsylvania. She has provided therapeutic services in a variety of settings including inpatient, outpatient and in-home therapy. Karen provides individual, couples and family therapy and sees children, adolescents and adults. Karen has focused her interests on child and adolescent issues, depression, anxiety, parenting, infertility, self-esteem, trauma, infidelity, communication, grief and loss, blended families and life cycle transitions. Karen offers daytime and evening appointments.