McMurray/Canonsburgh Mental Health

Therapists in McMurray/Canonsburg location

Shelley Andrews, LCSW

Shelley Andrews most often sees patients with anxiety and depression but can work with most diagnostic categories. Shelley is comfortable working with individuals and families across the lifespan. In her opinion, work with young children often involves parents’ participation in family oriented therapy. Shelley is very comfortable with a faith based approach, but can maintain a more “scientific” approach for those who prefer it.

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Anne Asarian, MA, LPC

With a respectful, collaborative approach, Anne Asarian, LPC has specialized in parenting, step parenting and blended family issues. Depressions, anxieties, complicated grieving and /or traumas are vital states being served, whether as individual adults, marital couples or partners, and families. Anne frames the therapy sessions as insight seeking, problem solving and life skills learning.

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George Dalzell, LCSW

George Dalzell received his Master’s degree in Social Work from Barry University in Florida. His clients vary in age from adolescents through seniors, though George mainly works with adult men and women. George specializes in treating mood disorders, major depression, anxiety and panic disorders as well as performs marriage counseling.

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Kristin Kristoff, LPC

Kristin Kristoff, LPC works with individuals from the age of 16 to adult, both male and female; Families/Groups: ages 16 – adult; couples married or not. Kristin’s areas of expertise include: mood disorders, marriage and family therapy, ages 16 – adult; grief counseling, victims of abuse (domestic or otherwise); trauma and PTSD, anxiety disorders, acute stress, stage of life transitions. Kristin stands out as a counselor due to her ability to engage and connect with all clients from a unique perspective rooted in honesty, compassion, empathy and self-awareness.

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Thomas McLellan, III, LSW

Thomas McLellan, III received his Master’s degree in Social Work from University of Pittsburgh. He currently provides psychotherapy services at our Moon Township/Coraopolis and McMurray/Canonsburg locations. Thomas provides cognitive behavioral therapy to those individuals experiencing anxiety, stress and depression; provides supportive counseling for those with drug and alcohol problems; coaches young adults with making good choices in relationships, academics and behavior.

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Raymond Strawn, PhD

Raymond Strawn is a Doctor of Psychology with over 20 years of experience in the Mental Health field. Raymond’s areas of expertise include brief outcome oriented psychotherapy, results oriented therapy, cognitive-behavioral and individual psychotherapy.

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Ellen Ulmer, NCC, LPC, CAADC

Ellen Ulmer received her Master’s in Counseling Psychology from Chatham College now Chatham University. Ellen is a Certified Addictions Counselor along with being a Nationally Certified Counselor and Licensed Professional Counselor. She has experience working with individuals and families across the lifespan and in various settings treating mood disorders, grief and loss, abuse, adjustment to transitions, and addiction, among other issues. She also works with children with behavioral and emotional disturbances and adjustment issues. Her approach includes empowering clients to believe in their own self worth and ability to find solutions.

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Lori McNulty, LPC, NCC

Lori McNulty received her Master’s degree from Carlow University – Masters of Science in Professional Counseling. Lori has been treating children, adolescents, families, and adults for the past 14 years in a non-judgmental, safe environment using different psychotherapy methods including play therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy.

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