Whitney Kopco, LPC
Hi! I’m Whitney! I’m a Licensed Professional Counselor but that is just a fancy way of saying I’m someone you can talk to about anything and I’m trained in how to help.
I help people who wish they had extra support and encouragement but feel like they don’t have anybody they can trust. Some people are just uncomfortable talking to the people they do trust, like their parents, about certain topics. I support my clients in feeling more comfortable expressing their feelings, gaining confidence, and learning new communication skills and behaviors so they can have healthier and more rewarding relationships with parents, family, and friends.
Jamie Rimby, LPC
Hi, I’m Jamie!
Sometimes life puts us at a crossroads and we are left to decide how to proceed. Other times we might feel stuck, unsure of how to take the next steps on our life’s journey. My job provides such powerful meaning and satisfaction because I have the honor of being the knowledgeable and caring professional that accompanies people during these challenging times, working collaboratively to solve problems, build strengths, and achieve goals.
Rella Miller, LCSW
Hi, I’m Rella!
As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, I help people feeling overwhelmed by life stressors and the idea of change to create new mindsets and experiences. I guide them in gaining insight into past and present patterns so that they can grow and build new futures in which they will feel peace, clarity, joy, and hope.
Katie Greevy, LPC
Hi, I’m Katie!
I use an eclectic approach to therapy – all that means is that I take techniques from lots of different types of therapy to help you understand yourself and encourage change. I often use cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to help reduce anxiety, cope with the residual impact of trauma, increase ability to manage depression symptoms, and improve self-esteem. I create a non-judgmental and calm space for you to explore and work through feelings, thoughts, image, and beliefs that may be keeping you stuck. In addition I provide feedback about how to increase self-awareness to make positive, healthy changes.
Megan Lavery, PsyD
I am a licensed clinical health psychologist with extensive experience helping clients take control of their relationship with food, their bodies and health. Working through complicated health and eating histories, I specialize in disordered eating (emotional eating, binge eating, night eating), weight management, bariatric surgery, body image issues, insomnia, and women’s health/infertility. I am passionate about supporting healthy behavioral changes in the face of barriers, low motivation, depression/anxiety, and health concerns.
Erica Roland, LPC
Hi! My name is Erica Roland, and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor.
I have been working in the mental health field since 2011 and have been practicing as an outpatient therapist since 2015. I received my Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from Millersville University. In the course of my training I have worked in outpatient treatment settings, crisis counseling, and inpatient hospitalization, which has given me exposure to various mental health issues and diagnoses.
Veronica Pilon, LCSW
Hi! I’m Veronica!
As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, I enjoy taking a multi-view perspective when working with my clients and their families. Often times, our path to hope and healing has come after many negative experiences, relationships, etc. I enjoy helping clients identify their struggles and then work with them to overcome these barriers by trying different solutions. Some would say that I have an eclectic approach to providing therapy and really enjoying walking alongside my clients so they are empowered to heal.
Stephanie Graybill, LPC
Hi, I’m Steph!
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and graduated from Edinboro University with a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. If I am not in my office you might run across me in a local coffee shop, on a beautiful backwoods hiking trail, running to catch a train in India, eating a pylsa in Iceland, or napping in a Bedouin camp in Jordan – you never know!
I look forward to getting to know you and your story, and if we are a good fit as “travel companions”, to moving forward together!
Megan Prevoznik, LMFT
Hi, I’m Megan!
I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and received my graduate degree from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. My training is relational, meaning I consider not only you as the individual but also the relationships and systems you are a part of. Life is good when you feel supported by and connected to the people in your life. I want to help you to be open and able to show your true self to your parents, family, partner, or friends. Let’s be honest, feeling connected and understood is one of the most significant parts of being human! It makes a huge impact on our emotional and mental wellbeing.
Lauren Farace, LCSW
Hi, I’m Lauren!
As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), I am trained to help guide you through life’s ups and downs based on your achievements and assets. Together from the social work perspective, we can focus on supporting and working towards effective change holistically rather than just on your symptoms or diagnosis. This includes your successes, barriers, family history, support systems, community, and anything else that makes you, uniquely you.
Jennifer Fay, LPC
Hi, I’m Jen!
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and have been working in the helping field for over 7 years. With an acute sensitivity to learning who clients are, together we strive to find and restore their unique qualities of resilience. Through the exploration of each client’s story, paired with thoughtful interventions based in Cognitive Behavioral, Dialectical Behavioral and Integrative approaches, my hope is to increase their confidence to disrupt patterns that interfere with happiness and achieving goals!
Victoria VanBuren, LPC, BSL
Hello, I’m Tori!
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Behavioral Specialist. My passion is helping others heal and make meaningful changes. Whatever is on your mind, I am here to listen. My priority is to provide a safe, comfortable space for you to release.
Abby Yearsley, LPC
Hi, I’m Abby!
I’m a Licensed Professional Counselor and have worked in the field of mental health for nearly ten years. My passion for helping others started young and I have been lucky enough to work with people from all backgrounds and walks of life.
Shannon Rhoads, LCSW
Hi, my name is Shannon Rhoads. Throughout my career I have worked with people from all walks of life, all types of stories, and with a range of struggles.
I can provide a safe space for you to process, learn, and grow without judgment. I will meet you where you are, work with you to define your personal goals, and then both challenge and assist you with taking the necessary steps to achieve those goals.
Cara Loraw, PsyD
Hello! I’m Cara. I am a licensed clinical psychologist.
I have deep respect for all of my clients. Therapy involves change, openness, and willingness, and is a personal investment. For that reason, I believe that the treatment you receive should be effective, and I use a blend of established research and your personal goals to ensure that it is.
Jenny Clay, LPC
A little bit about me!
I got into this field because I am intrigued by human behavior. I am the person who enjoys observing a crowd of people. While I am a therapist, I am also part detective – helping you unravel and better understand your own thoughts and behaviors. I graduated from Cedar Crest College with my Bachelor’s in Psychology, and a minor in health and wellness. I completed my graduate work at Kutztown University where I focused on both systems theory (a fancy term for family dynamics) and transition age youth (i.e. young adults). I have over 7 years of experience in the mental health field. Outside of work I enjoy spending time with family and friends, baking, being outside, yoga, and reading.
Lauren Shandler, LCSW
Hi! My name is Lauren Shandler and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I received my Master’s
Degree from Temple University in 2012. I am trained in trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy
and my specialty is working with children and teenagers.
Darlene Oliver, LPC, CAADC
Hi, my name is Darlene. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor. I have over 25 years experience providing therapy in various community mental health settings, including: inpatient mental health, mental health day program and addiction treatment settings.
Valerie McNicholl, LCSW
Hi! I am Valerie and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and the Chief Operations Officer (COO) for Move Forward Counseling. I have almost 20 years of experience as a therapist, supervisor and manager of programs in community mental health and substance abuse treatment programs.
Anastacia Golembiewski, LPC
Hi I’m Anastacia! Many times people come to therapy because they feel lost, overwhelmed, and trapped. It takes a lot of bravery to reach out for help, and I can help. I believe that all states of mind are workable, and that everyone comes with their own understanding of how to get better.
Alison Pidgeon, LPC
Alison Pidgeon, MA, LPC is the Founder and CEO of Move Forward Counseling LLC. What started out as a solo private practice in early 2015 quickly grew into a group practice and has been expanding ever since.
Katie Linebarger, MA, NCC
Hi! My name is Katie!
I am very excited to be a part of the team at Move Forward! I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). I received a Master’s in Counseling from Messiah University (formerly Messiah College) in 2018, with an emphasis in School Counseling and Mental Health. I am also a National Certified Counselor (NCC). In the day time I work as a School Counselor in alternative education.
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Ellie Herman, LCSW
Hi! I’m Ellie, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor.
Deciding to talk to a therapist can be nerve-wracking. I want clients to feel empowered by the decision to learn about themselves, gain insight into their needs, and rewrite the stories they tell themselves. I believe each chapter of your story is important, and so are the shelves on which the storybook has been. Together, we can create new dialogues, foster self-compassion, generate new health-promoting patterns, and recognize the strengths you already have.
Brittany Heine, Administrative Assistant
Hi, I’m Brittany! I started working for Move Forward Counseling, LLC in 2019. I handle phone calls, scheduling intakes, and helping the therapists with their administrative needs. I have worked in the office administration field for 6 years and the mental health field for 4 years.
I love being a part of this team and being able to have a role in helping others. If you are are wanting to be matched with a therapist or have questions about starting counseling, please feel free to call me at 717-462-7003 ext 1 or email [email protected]