Michelle is a Clinician at Steps to Recovery, focusing primarily in the STRIDE/MH program. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Sociology from Widener University and received her Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Rosemont College. Michelle has over eight years of experience in the field, providing treatment in various levels of care with a number of different populations. Michelle utilizes Cognitive-Behavioral practices (CBT), specifically focusing on the Socratic Method, as her main goal is to provide awareness and security for one’s core values, principles, and beliefs. Michelle strives to ensure that each client’s care is individualized and meaningful to one’s own needs and grasps strongly on not just what is being communicated, but also what is not being communicated through nonverbal cues. Michelle’s passion to help others continues to be the driving force in her work daily, which has allowed the opportunity for opening trust and communication and ultimately witnessing great successes.

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