Speciality: Stress

Daniel McHugh

Daniel McHugh, MA, LPC, NCC CCCPGH

Dan transitioned into the counseling profession after working for decades in project management, information technology, and process control for large corporations. He began (non-professional) lay counseling for individuals in 1997 after completing 2 years of training, and he has been counseling premarital couples with his wife since 2000 in his church’s couples ministry. After completing Daniel McHugh

Nathan Davis

Nathan Davis, NCC, LPC, CAADC CCCPGH

Nathan is a Licensed Professional Counselor. He obtained his BA in Religious Studies and a minor in Psychology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 1999. He later received his Master’s Degree in Marriage & Family Counseling from Geneva College. Nathan is a Certified Advanced Alcohol & Drug Counselor, in addition to being a Nationally Certified Nathan Davis

Robert Titus

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Bob received his Bachelor’s in English (’80) from the Virginia Military Institute, and then served 3 years in the US Army Infantry as an officer. Feeling a call to teach, he then served 3 years as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Kenya, East Africa, and then worked for the federal government for the following 6 Robert Titus

Sarah Nicholas

Sarah Nicholas, MS CCCPGH

Sarah received her Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from Chatham University in 2015, and her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Pennsylvania State University in 2010. She works with children and adolescents, as well as adults, and has experience within the following areas: anxiety, depression, anger, trauma, and abuse. Sarah loves serving and caring for others, Sarah Nicholas

Kristin Barnes

Kristin Barnes, MA, MFT CCCPGH

Kristin studied Marriage & Family Therapy at Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, MS. During her time in Jackson, and later in Miami, FL, she worked with many clients from diverse backgrounds. She feels comfortable working with couples, adult individuals, adolescents, parent-child dyads, whole families, as well as young children. She has training in Internal Family Kristin Barnes

Monica Monismith

Monica Monismith, MA, NCC CCCPGH

Monica received her Master’s Degree in Counseling from Geneva College in 2012. She developed an interest in the field of psychology in high school, and obtained her Bachelor’s Degree from Penn State University in 1991. She then spent many years as a stay-at-home mom, raising three children. After obtaining her graduate degree, Monica worked as Monica Monismith

Paget Bridget Wickard

Paget McCarthy, PsyD, MA CCCPGH

Paget’s clinical experience has been wide-ranging, including the full spectrum of mental health issues, emotional problems and relationship challenges. Her training has included various settings, such as hospitals, residential, outpatient and community work. Her prime area of interest is assisting others in their recovery from trauma. However, Paget enjoys working with people of all backgrounds Paget Bridget Wickard

Doug McCracken

Doug McCracken, MA, DMin, MDiv CCCPGH

Doug currently serves as a professional counselor with the Christian Counselors Collaborative and is working toward licensure in PA. He has 25 years of pastoral counseling experience. Doug seeks to provide a holistic approach to counseling considering emotional, spiritual, physical, and relational issues. Doug has also served first responders over the past 20 years and Doug McCracken