Christine Matthews, LCSW, MBA, CLC, CCTP, BSP is the Owner and Psychotherapist at Never Journey Alone, LLC. She enjoys working with individuals, couples and families. Her private practice is maintained in Colmar, PA.
She is a graduate from Thiel College with a BA in Psychology, University of Pittsburgh with a MSW, University of Waynesburg with a MBA. Also, a Certified Life Coach from Coach Training Alliance and a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional from IATP.
Christine has many years of experience working as a Mental Health Social Worker, serving children, teens, and adults, in various settings. In private practice Christine focuses her specialties of treatment in the areas of Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, Racial and Generational Trauma, Grief/Loss, and Relationship issues. She works together with her clients in developing the proper treatment plan to address their specific needs to move them through a successful therapeutic process.
Everybody’s therapeutic process is different. It is important that an individualized plan is developed to address the needs of the client.
Christine often says “this is the client’s treatment, I am simply here to provide the tools to help them successfully navigate through life”
You can also find Christine’s profile on Psychology Today!https://therapists.psychologytoday.com/330713
Justin Morton, MS BSL
Justin is a 2020 Graduate from Purdue University with a Masters of Science, where his coursework focused in APA Behavioral Psychology. He has several years experience working with children, adolescents, adults , and families. He has worked with clients with various diagnoses such as: Autism, Depression, Anxiety, Grief and Loss, ADHD, ADD, ODD – to name a few!
Justin has worked as a mental health therapist, behavioral specialist and mobile therapist in various settings.
When he isn’t working, he is active in the community, hiking, or reading. An Allentown resident currently. He believes that working to help bring people together is the highest calling imaginable
Tanya Haynes has over ten years of experience working in the Human Services field. She has had ample exposure to a diverse clientele ranging from young to older people with a variant of mental and emotional issues requiring counseling. Tanya is hardworking and extremely passionate about people’s mental and emotional wellbeing.
She began her educational experience by doing a degree in Human Services at Metropolitan College of New York. Her passion for counseling saw her enroll for a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Capella University. She managed to complete her master’s while still working. She is now working towards obtaining her license as a Marriage and Family Therapist.
Tanya is a well-equipped counselor with high emotional intelligence to help people deal with their problems. She has excellent interpersonal skills and relates exceptionally well with clients. She is an approachable and likable person. Tanya creates a calm, welcoming, and comfortable environment for her clients. She provides clients with space where they feel seen, understood, and heard. She believes in being fully involved in the client’s healing process and holds their hand until they can stand independently.
Jayne Giampa, MS
Jayne received her BA in Psychology from West Virginia University, and graduated from Chestnut Hill College in 2019 with a MS in Clinical and Counseling Psychology. With a psychodynamic background, she utilizes a variety of techniques from CBT, DBT, client-centered, play and art therapy, and strength-based approaches. She enjoys working with children, teens, and young adults on an individual level, and has experience in both residential and outpatient settings. Though her specialties of treatment are in the areas of depression and anxiety, she has experience working with issues related to trauma, self-esteem, family dynamics, relationships, behaviors, anger management, and life transitions.
Jayne wants to emphasize the importance of self-care and being in tune with your mental health while offering a calm, safe, and judgment-free space. Her goal is to support you and provide empathy and compassion as you move forward with your therapeutic journey. Things you can work on together can include but are not limited to: processing thoughts/feelings/emotions, utilizing coping skills, identifying stressors and triggers, working towards future goals and plans, and practicing positivity and self-love. Whatever challenges you may face, together, you and Jayne will work on strategies in addressing those issues and how to overcome them to improve your day-to-day functioning and overall life satisfaction.
Lesli Harper, MA
Lesli is a mental health professional with more than 12 years’ experience who believes that everyone is capable of creating and living their most authentic life. She is certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Also, has a wealth of experience in trauma-informed care and treating post-traumatic symptoms. She enjoys working with teens and young adults.
Lesli’s view therapy as a collaborative process in which she provides a safe, nurturing, empowering environment for her clients to explore their thoughts and feelings in order to reach their goals.
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