• Anesha Martin, MA

    Associate Therapist (She/Her)

    It is not uncommon to feel like you have no one to talk to when “life” gets in the way! If you have ever felt this way, you are certainly not alone. As your therapist, I will meet you in the moment. My goal is to address the unique needs of each client while providing a safe and comfortable space; where trust, compassion, and validation are fostered. I work from a collaborative, strengths-based approach; assisting and supporting clients to become their best self. My style is humanistic, and my aim is for clients to know that I have an unconditional positive regard for them. Through my own journey to wellness, I have become aware of the importance of giving myself grace, and my clients will be empowered to do the same,

    After completing my undergraduate and graduate studies at Alvernia University, I spent a few years performing mobile therapy services in the Norristown area working with school-aged children in the home setting. I have worked in the triage area at Crisis Response Centers throughout the Philadelphia area. I have worked at a social service agency as an individual and family therapist, working with children, adults, couples, and families. I have worked with clients to address traumatic events, relationship concerns, anxiety, depression, disruptive behaviors, and self-esteem.

    When I am not working, I enjoy traveling with my husband of 19 years, playing with my puppy Mink, exercising on my Peloton bike and tread, and keeping up with my teenage daughter. If you are ready to take a step into wellness, please make an appointment to see me.

    I can’t wait to meet you!

    My therapeutic approaches are:

    • Person Centered Therapy
    • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
    • Solution Focused
    • Trauma Focused


    • Working toward obtaining clinical hours to pursue LPC
    • Anesha is currently working under the direct supervision of Dr. Christina Wohleber, PA Licensed Psychologist, to increase her areas of expertise in treatment for complex trauma, mood disorders, and working with the LGBTQ+ population among other skills.