Thank you for your interest in Laurie’s practice. Her schedule is usually full, and openings typically become available as clients complete treatment or reduce frequency of their sessions.  She sees clients on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. She only works one evening a week so there are VERY limited openings for evening appointments.

If you wish to schedule an appointment you may have to go on a waiting list.  Please check the payment questions page before contacting her, so you have information about insurance and/or rates.

Individuals whose schedules are generally flexible can sometimes get in sooner, but waiting for any amount of time is not an appropriate option for many people seeking counseling. Please take this into consideration and if you are in immediate need of an appointment, contact your insurance company and locate a practice that can accommodate your needs. You can also check the “Referrals” page on this website to see if you might be a good fit with any of the practices or clinicians listed here.

The best way to contact Laurie is to send a message on this page. Be sure to include information such as your availability, basic description of issues, etc. She will get back to you as soon as she is able, generally within 48-72 hours. You can call her as well but email is preferred—the phone number is 610-209-2837.

Never leave any emergency information on this website. 

In case of a psychiatric emergency you should contact mobile crisis services in Delaware County at 1.855.889.7827 or you can visit one of two Psychiatric Crisis Centers in the County.   You can always call 911 as well to request emergency assistance.

"The County has two Psychiatric Crisis Centers that provide crisis intervention, 24 Hour telephone and walk-in services, as well as Psychiatric Emergency Commitment Procedures. Crozer Chester Medical Center services the communities located in the South & Western part of the County and Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital services the North and Eastern parts of Delaware County."



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