Therapists often share office space with other therapists, even if they are not in a formal business partnership. Recently there are some new faces who have joined me at the 8600 West Chester Pike office! One of the benefits of having more than one therapist in an office space is that when one person can’t accept a new referral, it is always a possibility that another one can. I am grateful to have experienced clinicians working alongside me for this purpose. Each of the individuals listed below is also listed on Psychology Today, so if you hover over their names, you can click to their Psychology Today profile.

Danielle Havelin, LCSW

You can reach Danielle by calling 484-278-1604 or by visiting her website here

Danielle says: “It takes courage to start therapy. I believe we all have an inner voice seeking health, happiness and a new way of living that often gets drowned out by anxiety, fear, anger, sadness, and trauma. A safe, non-judgmental, supportive space can help you understand this voice and make the changes needed to have the life you want. As a dedicated clinician, I am invested in teaching skills to be the best version of yourself possible.”



You can reach Bryce by calling 610-212-3328

Bryce says: “My training in Motivational Enhancement Therapy facilitates breaking the cycle of behaviors you want to change. Sustained change is hard and I can offer support to talk through and strategize about what you want to change. I specialize in treating adults with depression and anxiety disorders, along with substance abuse issues. I have also managed clinical trials in these areas as well as ADHD, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia.”

Sue Ellen Zhang MSEd, CWC, FTP

You can reach Sue Ellen by calling 267-606-0424 or visiting her website here.

Sue Ellen says: “If you have ever felt like you are missing something in life or you've lost your direction and need support in finding your way back, this is the place for you. I strive to provide a non-judgmental, warm, supportive environment that will enable you to focus on your health, happiness, and goals. If you have been living with depression, anxiety, or trauma, I can help! My goal is to support and empower women to become healthier, happier versions of themselves.”

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Disclosure: Please note that any clinician featured here is not formally or legally affiliated with Wayfarers Counseling and/or Laurie A Patterson LLC. Additionally, there is no economic benefit (eg referral fees) to Laurie and her business entities for them to be listed here.