Are you feeling stuck? Are you feeling anxious or depressed? Therapy can help. I am caring and understanding and utilize a non-judgmental approach. I will provide a safe and supportive environment to deeply listen and together we can explore any thoughts and feelings, conscious and unconscious, which may lead to greater self-awareness and creating solutions. I am passionate about empowering others to live their best lives. Whether you're pursuing healing in your life, grieving a loss, experiencing change, seeking support or personal growth, I'm here to support you with developing the strengths to achieve your goals.
I'm committed to supporting you through your unique and individualized process. We can work together to recognize, understand, accept, as well as, overcome any obstacles that may appear on your path of life! I also have experience working with children, adolescents and their families.
I've supported children and adolescents with acquiring new skills in key areas of communication & social skills, anger management, conflict resolution and developing healthy self-esteem. It is my passion to support & encourage others to find their strengths, reach their goals and live their best live
Anthony ‘Tony’ is a Licensed Professional Counselor certified in addiction therapy (CAADC) in PA. He has worked at Marworth Rehabilitation Center since 1989. In addition to working with persons who struggle with substance abuse issues and their families, Tony also has a lot of experience working with persons who have a history of trauma, and anxiety problems. Tony takes a Person Centered Therapy approach and utilizes therapy techniques that include CBT, DBT, Family Systems Therapy, 12 step recovery and others to help clients who are having difficulty with a variety of issues ranging from adjustment difficulties, family of origin issues, interpersonal problems, and stress.
Mary Helen Moran Yatko M.S. LPC
Mary Helen (Marah) is a Licensed Professional Counselor since 2002. She received her Masters of Counseling Degree from the University of Scranton in 1997. Additionally she holds a Master’s degree in Criminal Justice and previously was a law enforcement officer. Her prior experience includes the Lackawanna County District Attorney’s Office, working with victims of crime, and independent practice in local psychology offices. In 2006 she was awarded Northeast Woman of the Month for her work in domestic violence and child abuse awareness. Marah’s interests goes beyond Counseling and into health and wellbeing. As a certified Personal Trainer she has previously coached individuals in wellness and taught group exercise classes. She has attended programing at the Omega Institute and Hilton Head Health Institute. In her personal and professional life she believes in a life philosophy of gratitude and creating the life we want through kindness towards self and others.
1021 Moosic St. Scranton PA 18505 570-961-WELL (9355)