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Counselors

Ashley Cygnarowicz, LPC

I have been working in the counseling field since completing graduate school in May of 2009.  I follow the approach of Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), value the importance of overall health, and utilize a variety of different techniques to help facilitate your progress with your individual treatment goals.

Through my years of practice, I have gained both experience and knowledge working in a variety of settings including homes, schools, agencies, and private practice. This has also provided me with the opportunity to work with many different diagnoses and age spans as well. I have conducted group therapy for children and adults, offered parenting classes to provide behavior modification techniques, and have received extensive training in the trauma field, including certification as a First Responder Counselor from Academy Hour. These varying experiences have allowed me to increase my clinical skills and it is this unique skill set that I would like to share with you during your journey to a healthier you. 

  • California University of Pennsylvania

    • Bachelor of Art, Psychology

  • California University of Pennsylvania

    • Master of Science, Community and Agency Counseling

  • Licensed Professional Counselor, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, #PC007291

  • National Certified Counselor, #253515

  • Academy Hour

    • Certified First Responder Counselor, 2020

Ashley Cygnarowicz, LPC

"Grow into your best self​"

"Like a lotus flower

We too have the ability to rise from the mud

Bloom out of the darkness and radiate into the world."

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Lindsay Corbett, LPC

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Lindsay started her educational journey at Gannon University in 2008 where she focused on psychology, sports behavior, and clinical mental health counseling. Through practice she has expanded upon her studies in the area of diagnostics, gaining experience in college counseling, sports performance counseling, mobile therapy, and outpatient therapy. With a broad and eclectic background, Lindsay provides support for parents, children, transitional age teens and young adults, college students, as well as adults. 

 

Although her primary theory is Cognitive Behavior Therapy, she believes in structuring each session to the client’s needs and applies learned skills from Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Person Centered, and Internal Family Systems Therapy.

 

It is Lindsay’s mission to create a safe and supportive environment to aid in self-discovery and healing. She is ready to use her skills, energetic personality, empathy, and knowledge to help you on your journey to becoming your best self. 

  • Gannon University

    • Bachelor of Art, Major: Psychology, Minor: Sports Behavior

  • Gannon University

    • Master of Science, Clinical Mental Health Counseling

  • Licensed Professional Counselor, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, #PC010389

  • National Certified Counselor, #349071