• Jeanne Posse, M.A.

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    Masters in Counseling, Associate Therapist (She/Her)


    I have experience working with children and young adults with ADHD, ODD, Depression and Anxiety disorders.  I’ve worked as a therapist in schools and homes with children ages 5-18 that are experiencing mental health and behavioral difficulties. I would assist the child and caregivers with understanding how to set boundaries and assist their child with learning positive ways to handle conflict, peer and social interactions.  Also, I have experience counseling adults suffering with addiction and providing support and education on the 12-step program and dealing with probation.

    Who do you love to serve: 

    I want to work with adults and children to assist them in living the best life possible and work towards positive growth and better self-awareness.  I would do this by creating an open, trusting environment where they feel valued, safe, and understood.  It’s important to help bring about awareness as to what is holding a person back from positive change before moving towards how to improve their current situation.  Helping clients realize that their past doesn’t have to define their future, and by accepting themselves for who they are now can help create hope for a better future.  There is always hope in even the most difficult situations even though sometimes it’s hard to see.

    I want to build a safe place where difficult topics can be discussed and worked through without judgement or bias and feel that everyone deserves to be treated with respect and understanding because we all want and deserve to be accepted for who we are.


    I love nature, art, photography, music and enjoy walking and playing tennis.

    My therapeutic approaches are

    • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
    • Person-Centered & Reality Therapy


    Working towards LPC for the state of Pennsylvania. Jeanne is currently working under the direct supervision of Dr. Christina Wohleber, Licensed Psychologist, to increase her areas of expertise in treatment for complex trauma, mood disorders, and working with the LGBTQ+ population among other skills.


    American Psychological Association