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Electric City Counseling provides professional mental health therapy services to children, adolescents, adults, and families throughout Pennsylvania. 

We do not provide a myriad of other services, thus allowing us to focus exclusively on therapy. 

Teletherapy - Online Therapy

Attend sessions by video or phone, eliminating travel time and allowing you to be in the comfort of your own home. We use a HIPAA compliant secure platform that is easy for clients to use and accessible by phone, tablet, or computer. 

Some benefits of Teletherapy include:

  • Easy Access for College Students

  • Convenient for Stay-at-Home Parents

  • Accessibility for Those in Rural or Remote Areas

  • Suitable for Busy Professionals and Travelers

  • No Waiting Rooms, No Traffic

  • Helps Those with Physical Limitations

  • Eliminates Transportation Costs

  • Therapists Gain Insight on Client’s Environment

  • No Missed Appts Due to Bad Weather

*Teletherapy may not be the right fit for everyone. Speak with one of our licensed therapists to find out if you’d be a good candidate by clicking the link below.

Adult Therapy

This one-on-one service gives individuals the opportunity to gain a better understanding of their lives, heal emotional wounds, solve internal conflicts, and seek personal growth within themselves. Therapists use a variety of treatment approaches that are specific and tailored to each individual’s needs in an environment that helps them to reach their fullest potential. 

Some common concerns we address with adults include: 

  • Lack of motivation

  • Job/college transition

  • Anger

  • Difficulty managing stress

  • Trauma

  • Grief and bereavement

  • Depression

  • Procrastination

  • Relationship conflicts

  • Mood swings

  • Perfectionism

  • Financial hardship

  • Anxiety

  • Life fulfillment

Children & Adolescent Therapy

Children and adolescents struggle with a unique set of problems. They are on a personal journey to find their purpose and identity. Therapy can help kids and teens to develop healthy outlets for emotions, foster independence, understand feelings, improve coping skills, and build healthier relationships. 

Some common concerns we address with children and adolescents include: 

  • Isolation from others

  • Low self-esteem

  • Depression

  • Self-harm

  • Peer conflicts

  • Academic stress

  • Anxiety

  • Identity confusion 

  • Bullying

  • Breakups

  • Trauma

  • Defiance towards authority

Family Therapy

Family is a fundamental part of our lives. 
Therapy can be very beneficial for two or more family members struggling with conflicts. Therapists provide a supportive and encouraging environment to resolve problems, seek the root of issues at hand, and help to understand how personal actions affect others. The focus is put on understanding how the family functions as a unit, while also strengthening communication between each individual. 

Some common concerns we address with families include: 

  • Parent-child conflicts

  • Miscommunication

  • Isolation from family

  • Recurring arguments

  • Divorce

  • Isolation from family

  • Blended family adjustments

  • Financial distress

  • Anger problems

  • Lack of attachment

  • Dependence on others

  • Death of a loved one

Mental Health Clinical Assessment

A mental health assessment is an overall evaluation provided by a qualified mental health professional. This service is used to identify specific concerns, as well as biological, psychological, and social factors that may be contributing to a person’s problem areas. The structure of this session is designed so that the therapist gets a full overview of a person’s life, current functioning, as well as an exploration of what treatment options may be best. 

Typically 60-90 minutes

24/7 Assistance:

Crisis Chat    Crisis Text Line

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK

National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-SAFE

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