Maura Farrell is a psychotherapist, Master's level (MSW) Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), and Certified Advanced D & A Counselor (CAADC) who has more than 17 years of therapeutic experience working with adults, adolescents, and families. She is currently working towards finishing her PhD in Social Work from Widener University.
Maura achieved her Bachelors at Temple University in Social Work and Masters degree at Bryn Mawr Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research. Additionally, she has completed training in EMDR, Conferencing and Interventions. As a psychotherapist, Maura honed her expertise in treating D & A concerns and co-occurring mental health problems while working at The Council of South Eastern Pennsylvania, a private non-profit prevention, education, advocacy, assessment, intervention, and recovery support organization as well as the Malvern Institute, a premier inpatient and outpatient D & A treatment facility. There, she had supervised an Outpatient Treatment facility for the Malvern Institute. Her responsibilities included individual and group therapy as well as providing clinical supervision for seven counselors, student interns and administrative staff.
My theoretical approaches and clinical skill sets include solution-focused therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, positive psychology strategies, mindfulness training, motivational interviewing and EMDR. Specific areas of interest include the treatment D & A concerns, trauma, grief and loss, women’s issues, adjustment and mood disorders.
Working together, using the therapeutic relationship, support, positive psychology and unconditional positive regard, we will create a vault in which to explore patterns, gain strength, receive validation and make lasting changes. Individual therapy begins with an initial session where we will discuss background and history, issues and barriers as well as goals and internal resources that will support your efforts.
During our initial session, you’ll begin to identify areas for change, strengths to promote growth and find your motivation. Working together, using relationship, support, positive psychology and unconditional positive regard, we will create a vault in which to explore patterns, gain strength, receive validation and make lasting changes. Subsequent sessions will focus on client’s chosen area of focus, establishment of unique coping strategies and therapist feedback and validation. Frequency of sessions and length of therapy varies depending on client and areas of focus. Sessions are available in PERSON, by VIDEO, or by PHONE.
I offer free phone consultations if you are interested in learning more about our practice or possibly pursuing counseling services.
Bucks County Psychological
10 S Clinton St #201, Doylestown, PA 18901
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