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David is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.  He earned his Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Shippensburg University and a Master of Social Work from Temple University. He opened the practice with over 17 years of experience working within the field of mental health from providing education about life skills to direct Psychotherpay in both a clinical and a private practice setting.  He also has over 24 years experience in the Human Services field primarily working with geriatric adults who are 60 and older.  He is a conversational therapist. This interactive approach creates a partnership with the client necessary for development of goals, healthy boundaries, and empowerment of the client for change. Directly communicating client strengths and modeling new behavior offers the client the opportunity to achieve milestones leading to increased self-esteem and more satisfying relationships. His clinical interests include anger management, stress management, anxiety, depression, grief, and life transitions. He believes understanding one's challenges and roadblocks open the door to new attitudes as well as interest in changing our behaviors. David works with adults, adolescents, and elders and provides Individual counseling as well as Couples counesling.


Ronna earned her Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Thomas Edison State College and a Master of Social Work from Temple University.  She comes to Mohr Counseling with over 10 years of experience in Psychotherapy.  Ronna is passionate in walking along side her clients to create meaningful relationships and to overcome issues that stand in their way of true happiness and fulfillment.  She works closely with children, adolescents, and adults to help heal their wounds and embark on a new journey of connection, authenticity, empowerment, and joy.  Together, with her clients she will work to develop treatment goals to fit each individual or couple’s unique needs.  She has a very straight-forward and supportive style.  Her experiences have included providing individual therapy to children in Therapeutic Foster Care as well as proving family therapy to biological and adoptive parents. She is also currently completing her training in Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavior Therapy through Allegheny General Hospital and Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Disruptive Behaviors through The Reach Institute. 

RACHEL ALBRIGHT, MSW, LSW, LCSW-under supervision

Rachel comes to Mohr Counseling with over 18 year of experience in the human services field.  She obtained her Bachelor in Social Work in 1996 from Elizabethtown College and her Master in Social Work in 1999 from Marywood University.  Rachel takes a generalist approach working with individuals, couples, or families which means she looks at various aspects of a person’s life to help interpret and find resolution to the presenting problem. Past experience has been found in working with victims of domestic violence, assisting people living with disabilities, teaching general life and coping skills, and working with individuals who have experienced major life changes.  Rachel has worked with community outreach and educational groups on topics such as diversity, conflict resolution, behavior management, pain management, various community awareness programs, and identifying community resources.  Rachel is currently completing her Licensed Clinical Social Work (LCSW) supervision hours and she will sit for her exam in 2016.