• Royersford Therapists

    These empowering women all treat at the Limerick/Royersford Office as well as Teletherapy for the state of Pennsylvania. If you’d like to read more about them, who they treat and see which insurances they accept, please visit the Your Team page.

    Acacia Strzelecki, LPC

    Acacia is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) who has experience with group, family, couples, and individual counseling. Acacia specializes in anxiety, depression, trauma, eating disorders, behavioral conflicts, substance and alcohol use, self-harming behaviors, and self-esteem struggles. Acacia uses trauma-informed, person-centered and family system therapeutic approaches in her work.

    Cassandra Malack, LSW

    Cassandra is a Licensed Social Worker with her Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania. She has experience working with individuals of all ages and is passionate about working with children and families as well as adolescents and young adults. Cassandra uses a strengths-based, person-centered approach to work through trauma, transitions, and issues related to environment and identity. She specializes in supporting queer and neurodiverse individuals and meeting folks where they are. Cassandra enjoys helping clients see their own strengths and learn to use them as they work toward their own wellness.

    Danah Mercer, LSW, CBIS, CTP

    Danah is a licensed professional with an international background, who is also a Certified Brain Injury Specialist and Certified Trauma Professional. Danah is experienced in providing mental health counseling, clinical assessment, and therapeutic care to individuals with diverse backgrounds and ranges of concerns, such as anxiety, grief, trauma, personality disorders, co-occurring disorders, mood disorders, life transitions, and relationship conflict. Danah has experience living abroad for over 6 years and grew up undergoing international schooling throughout. She was fortunate enough to be exposed to a rich multicultural environment from an early age, so she considers all aspects of a client's worldview when selecting a treatment approach. Danah seeks to establish a welcoming and caring relationship with you to best assist you in building on your strengths and better collaborate with you towards meeting your goals, so that you can thrive and live the quality of life that you value and desire!

    Destiny Paula, MS | Clinical Administrator

    Destiny is a bilingual therapist, English and Spanish, and a LGBTQIA+ ally. Destiny is passionate about breaking cultural barriers in the BIPOC community. Destiny specializes in anxiety, depression, intergenerational trauma, sex positivity, low self-esteem, and life transitions. She believes every individual needs honesty, empathy, accountability, and humor to flourish in the therapeutic space.

    Elizabeth Olon, LCSW, CAIP, CTP | Outpatient Supervisor

    Liz is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She attended Walden University for her Masters in Social Work with a focus in clinical counseling. Liz specializes in working with adolescents and adults experiencing anxiety from a variety of life stressors. She is passionate about women's issues and the military community. Liz is a CAIP and is trained in CBT, ACT, and Mindfulness.

    Emily Burt, LSW, CTP

    Emmy is a Licensed Social Worker (LSW) and Certified Trauma Professional (CTP) specializing in the treatment of trauma, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, and substance abuse. She has experience in individual, couples, and group therapy. Utilizing a trauma-informed and strengths-based approach, Emmy collaborates with individuals to meet their goals and improve their wellness.

    Emily Overholt, LSW

    Emily O. is a Licensed Social Worker with her master’s degree in clinical social work from the University of Pennsylvania. She is passionate about helping women who are working through relationship dysfunction, anxiety, self-esteem issues, trauma, and life transitions. Emily orients her practice through a trauma-informed, strengths-based, and client-centered lens. She strives to create a comfortable, collaborative, warm therapeutic space where she can build healing connections with her clients.

    Gabrielle Marshall, LCSW | ASCEND Supervisor

    Gabby is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and trauma-informed therapist, whose roles include ASCEND Supervisor and therapist at Everlasting Wellness. Gabby has worked in the field for over 10 years, with clients of all ages. Gabby specializes in working with motivated individuals and couples to identify maladaptive behavior patterns, manage mental health symptoms, set boundaries, and improve their overall quality of life. Gabby uses directness and empathy in her practice, and believes every individual has their own strengths.

    Jessica Morrow, LCSW, CCTP

    Jessica is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who believes therapy should provide a safe space for others to show up exactly as they are. She has significant experience working with neurodiverse populations as well as children, adults, and families encountering serious and/or terminal medical issues, disability, transition/change, and other life stressors. She has a passion for helping individuals who are struggling to adjust after trauma, grief, and loss. Jessica is a trained facilitator for the Biographical Timeline process and particularly enjoys working with new moms and moms with new or changing roles; helping professionals experiencing burnout and/or secondary trauma; and individuals/families who are in need of support through a challenging transition. Jessica's therapeutic style is trauma-informed, non-threatening, empathetic, and inclusive. She is also a mom, former CEO, and advocate for social justice.

    Katie Konyves, LCSW | ASCEND Supervisor

    Katie is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has worked in the field for 5 years. She has direct experience working with neurodivergent individuals, those suffering from chronic illnesses, cancer diagnoses and traumatic brain injuries. Katie is also passionate about working with individuals experiencing anxiety, relationship dysfunction, grief and loss, academic stress, and difficulty with life transitions. She utilizes client-centered, strengths-based approaches to therapy to tailor sessions to each individual's needs. Katie strives to make therapy an enjoyable experience, often incorporating humor, self-empowerment, and unconditional positive regard.

    Megan Levan, LPC

    Megan is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) who has enjoyed working with a diverse clientele and populations including the LGBTQ community, individuals questioning their own identity, gender or sexuality, clients struggling with disorder eating behaviors, trauma survivors, domestic abuse, infertility, single mothers, women and children, couples and families. She believes strongly in the process of change, helping others navigate that path, and encouraging others to find hope. Megan is specialized in three areas: addictions, trauma and relational/marital conflict. She has extensive training in DBT, CBT, Person Centered Approaches, and Motivational Interviewing. Megan will be seeing clients starting in April.

    Michelle Adler, MA

    Michelle A. is passionate about Women’s Mental Health. Navigating the transitions of life and the expectations placed on women is the focus of her theoretical approach. After a career in Psychological education and research, Michelle returned to school for second Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health. Using both education and experience Michelle supports individuals at a crossroads. When life has felt heavy and the psychology burdens become heavy to bear, Michelle will walk with you on your journey to wellness. Michelle’s caseload supports individuals from 8 to 80. “Whether it is for a season of this life or longer, I would like to support you on your journey to wellness”

    Rachael Livingston, LPC, CAADC, CCTPII, EMDR Provider

    Rachael is a trauma informed LGBTQ+ ally, who focuses on the unique strengths and needs of each individual. She specializes in working with trauma and addictions and also offers support for other common challenges such as depression, anxiety, relationship/attachment concerns, life stressors, perinatal concerns, and struggles with self-esteem and identity. Rachael incorporates dynamic treatment methods into the therapy process including EMDR, CBT, DBT, ACT, somatic, and expressive arts techniques.

    Stacy Kline, LPC, C-DBT, CCTP

    Stacy is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and holds her CCTP, trained in DBT, CBT, and CPT. Stacy utilizes a person-centered, trauma-informed, individualized treatment approach to collaboratively create specific goals catered to her client’s needs and aspirations. She enjoys supporting/working with the military population, men, PTSD/trauma, boundary setting, and many more.