As a licensed therapist in private practice, Kerrie offers counseling and therapy to individuals, couples and families to help clients improve their quality of life, explore areas causing them discomfort and identify and reduce feelings of shame. Her specializations include substance abuse/dependence, relationships, trauma, abuse, domestic violence, emotionally stressful medical conditions and a variety of mental health diagnoses. Kerrie received her Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Pittsburgh with a Certification in Mental Health and her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Ohio State University. She is a member of Women of the North and she has extensive training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Interviewing. She has attended numerous instructional seminars provided by the Pennsylvania State Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs. She has also received specialized training in Interpersonal Psychotherapy and Psychodynamic Therapy. She has experience working with clients of all ages, including adults, adolescents and children. Kerrie offers flexible hours including evening and weekend hours. She offers non-traditional counseling options including e-mail support and phone therapy. She accepts private pay clients and most insurances. Please call for session costs and/or insurance eligibility.