Leslie Lescallette-Button, M.A., LPC Limited Availability
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and the owner of Kaleidoscope Counseling Center. I have been in private practice several years, working with clients who struggle with everyday problems to more complex issues. While I have worked with all age groups, my current focus is helping adults. I particularly enjoy working with college students, young adults (especially those struggling with anxiety), and men (who have their own unique challenges).
I am passionate about the power of effective therapy and am committed to improving my clients' functioning so that they can live better lives. I create a safe space, offer emotional support, and utilize an integrative counseling approach, individually tailored to each of my clients, to elicit change. Regardless of the presenting problem, I use a strength-based approach to identify and develop existing skills and a variety of interventions to foster a different perspective and new skills. I genuinely love what I do and I look forward to seeing my clients every day!
I love kaleidoscopes and what they represent. I am also a firm believer that the use of color can improve mood!
Just like a kaleidoscope," to create beauty and harmony out of brokenness and chaos you must initiate the shift and
then stand with your face to the light".
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“The wound is the place where the light enters you.” - Rumi
My name is Dr. Kimberly Carlson, and I am a Licensed Psychologist with over 27 years of clinical experience. I’ve worked in a variety of clinical settings with clients across the lifespan, currently focusing on adults. My goal is to provide inclusive and compassionate services designed to heal and empower. I hold a Doctor of Clinical Psychology degree from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, received a Certificate in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
Kimberly Carlson, Psy.D. Daytime availability Tuesdays through Thursdays
I am trained in both Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and the Flash Technique (FT).
I am integrative in my approach and tailor treatment to the specific and varied needs and preferences of my clients. I will work with you to meet your goals and achieve healthier, more satisfying ways of being.
Areas of specialization include anxiety, depression, stress management, trauma, relationship problems, and life transitions. I also provide life coaching and professional/executive coaching as well as expressive art groups, online support groups, and wellness programs. In my free time I enjoy traveling, reading, sailing, and spending time with my family!
You deserve to be happy and lead a fulfilling life! Therapy isn't always easy but can be the most meaningful gift you can give to yourself and those who love you. If you think I can support you on your journey I would love to meet you!
“I know you’re tired but come, this is the way.” – Rumi
Kristin Tosi, Ph.D. Available Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings
Therapy is an opportunity to feel better, to explore and reflect, and to improve emotional well being. Life can be hectic, our past can haunt us, and our future can be overwhelming but therapy provides space for understanding, connection, and communication. I provide client centered integrative therapy focused on your goals and needs.
Understanding our family, our feelings, and our needs fosters a healthier sense of self and helps us to build satisfying relationships.
My approach is evidence based, humanistic, and attachment based. For the last eight years, I have treated veterans at the VA Hospital and will now provide individual and couples therapy with adults and adolescents in the community for a few sessions each week. It will be my pleasure to work with you.
I have expertise with individuals and couples and have completed specialized training in Integrated Behavioral Couples therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy (for trauma), and psychodynamic therapy. I enjoy working with a diverse group of individuals including those struggling with depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, abuse, and family turmoil. It is important to live life in the moment, but we can only truly understand ourselves by reflecting back. Therapy is opportunity to look at ourselves, our relationships and our feelings without judgement and allow ourselves to feel compassion in order to grow.
Dr. Tosi earned a PhD in Clinical Psychology from the New School in NYC in 2014. Her dissertation focused on maternal relationships, attachment, and body image. Dr.Tosi completed her internship and post doctoral fellowship at Pennsylvania Hospital at University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Prior, she earned a Bachelors of Science in Child Development from Vanderbilt University and a Masters in Education from Harvard University, Graduate School of Education in Risk and Prevention.