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We’re a group of psychotherapists and holistic healers who believe that true mental, emotional, and spiritual health can only be attained with purposeful attention to the body as well as the mind.
1221 Locust Street, 2nd Floor
(267) 225-3905
[email protected]
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JULIE JACOBSON

Julie (she/her) is a licensed professional counselor with fifteen years of experience. She utilizes a variety of therapeutic approaches including Internal Family Systems, EMDR, and mindfulness for anxiety-reduction and trauma. She has a special interest in working with individuals who are looking to recover from the never-ending cycle of perfectionism. She also focuses on helping those looking to heal from body shame and develop a loving relationship to their body, food, and movement. Julie utilizes a framework based in body liberation and HAES, Health at Every Size. Julie also has expertise working with individuals who are struggling with sexually compulsive and self-destructive behaviors, and extensive experience helping individuals heal and recover from substance abuse issues and other self-sabotaging behaviors. Julie is also comfortable working with couples wishing to manage compulsivity, addiction, and/or infidelity issues. Additionally, Julie enjoys working with emerging adults who are in the midst of various life transitions. By using warmth and humor, she strives to provide a safe environment for her clients to explore and understand themselves on a deeper level in an effort to access more self-compassion and acceptance.

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BRIAN TAYLOR

Brian (they/them) is driven towards the cessation of suffering through self-advocacy, social justice, and collective action. They have spent over a decade working in community-health, engaging in service of the marginalized LGBTQ and BIPOC communities, working-class individuals, people living with HIV, disability, substance abuse, and the intersections therein. Brian received their master’s degree in the Counseling Psychology Master’s Program at Temple University and provides person-centered psychodynamic therapy, combining systems-analysis with mindful introspection to investigate and appreciate how an individual’s lived experiences and environmental factors directly inform their present circumstances. Utilizing harm-reduction and strength-building we create a shared space of healing and authentic validation. Together with their clients, Brian strives to cultivate empowerment and forge a path toward satisfaction and contentment.

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PETER DANZIG

Peter (they/them) M.S.S., M.A., CPT is a Therapist, Creativity and Career Coach, and Diversity and Inclusion Consultant. Peter’s clinical approach is rooted in holistic, relational and humanistic theory. They believe in a strengths-based perspective, recognizing the resiliency in their clients. They hope to always create a supportive and safe space to help clients navigate trauma, conflict, and difficult life transitions with clear and focused goals. Peter passionately believes in the therapeutic relationship between therapist and client and strives to support their clients in a myriad of ways. Their focus is to help LGBTQ+ people find strength amongst a marginalized environment, empowering them to appreciate their strongest instrument, their selves. Peter’s practice focuses on the ways in which our minds and bodies are often separated through trauma and looks for healing approaches in which to strengthen our fragmented selves. Peter’s work primarily integrates person-centered and somatic based approaches to mental health while also utilizing elements of motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy and trauma-informed expressive arts therapy. Peter hopes to support clients in addressing challenges with anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, disordered eating, relationship dissonance, transition support, gender dysphoria, addiction and trauma history.

Peter’s research and Op-Eds have been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Philadelphia Gay News, The Mighty, and others. Prior to their work in mental health and organizational dynamics, Peter worked in administration at the University of the Arts, University of Pennsylvania, and Moore College of Art. Peter received their MA as their Acting Scholar from Villanova University and their undergraduate degree from Temple University. Peter received their M.S.S. degree from Bryn Mawr College and was the L. Diane Bernard Fund for LGBTQ and Human Sexuality Scholar recipient. Peter has experience providing case management and counseling in a variety of settings including hospitals, higher education, and non-profit arts agencies.

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Lucas uses EMDR therapy and client-centered, mindfulness-based, and cognitive behavioral interventions to support people in healing from traumatic events and unresolved grief by helping them reprocess disturbing, burdensome memories so that the memories become less intrusive, distracting, and painful. The conversations and processing that take place in therapy draw on the client’s and therapist’s respective expertises and knowledge to co-create new experiences and narratives that reorganize the client’s thinking, behavior, and resources to better serve the client in their healing, navigation of major life transitions and challenges, personal growth, and progress towards their goals.

Before receiving his M.S. in Mental Health Counseling from University of Massachusetts Boston, Lucas received his B.A.&Sc. in Cognitive Science with concentrations in Neuroscience and Linguistics from McGill University. Lucas is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Pennsylvania and California.

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KRIS MIRAGLIA

Kris Miraglia (they/she), Licensed Psychologist, PsyD, MEd, holds her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology and her Masters of Sexuality from Widener University. She specializes in providing mental healthcare for the LGBTQIA+ communities and particularly enjoys working with teens and young adults exploring aspects of diverse identity components. Kris has experience working with individuals, couples, and non-traditional relationships and has a sex and kink positive, poly-inclusive approach to practice. As a therapist, Kris believes in using an integrative approach to create a safe environment wherein her clients can be supported while exploring difficult topics including gender identity, sexuality, relationship struggles, disordered eating, trauma, familial history, and intersections of identities.

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MARISSA TURCHI

Marissa Turchi (she/her) is a licensed clinical social worker and relational-based therapist helping individuals to identify and understand their patterns of thoughts, feelings, and experiences. She works with a broad range of concerns including anxiety, depression, professional challenges, life transitions, and grief and loss. Her commitment to supporting the LGBTQIA+ community is a cornerstone of her practice. Marissa specializes in working with gay, lesbian, nonbinary, transgender and queer individuals as they navigate the coming out process and beyond.

Marissa’s therapeutic approach is rooted in empathy and integration, combining psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness, strengths-based, and attachment perspectives. Marissa is committed to understanding the holistic nature of each individual, working with people to find pathways of growth and healing. Through warmth and empowerment, she cultivates a sanctuary of exploration – a non-judgmental environment where clients can dialogue openly, finding clarity, insights, and self-compassion.

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RAINBOW-WOLF SABIN

Rainbow-Wolf Sabin (they/them–legal name Christi Sabin) is a licensed social worker. They obtained their Master of Social Work and Graduate Certificate in Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies from the University of Pennsylvania. Rainbow-Wolf works with teens and adults aged 14 and older for individual therapy, as well as couples. Rainbow-Wolf identifies with and works with those in the queer/trans/LGBTQIA+, kink/BDSM and poly/ENM/CNM communities.

Rainbow-Wolf works with individuals on looking at the different aspects of themselves and their lives as pieces of a puzzle to put together. This involves looking at emotions, thoughts, behaviors, in addition to the mind-body connection through a variety of techniques including psychodynamic therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, positive psychology, mindfulness, emotional freedom technique (EFT, aka “tapping”), and more. They also acknowledge that a person is not separate from their environment, so another part of the work is exploring how external influences have an impact on the individual. Rainbow-Wolf believes there is no one-size-fits-all approach to therapy, so they will tailor their work to your specific preferences and needs. Rainbow-Wolf works with those experiencing depression, anxiety, grief and loss, stress, life transitions/existential crisis, perfectionism, relationship issues, and issues or concerns surrounding identity, dysphoria, transitioning and/or coming out.