THERAPISTS

Meet our amazing team of professional and personable therapists caring for people at their greatest point of need.

 

 

 

 

 

Judson C. Buckwalter, MA, LPC, ACS
Judd is a graduate of Lancaster Bible College,  Capital Seminary & Graduate School with Masters of Arts in Marriage and Family Counseling. He is certified by the State of Pennsylvania as a Licensed Professional Counselor. He has been working with individuals and couples for more than 20 years, helping people work through relationship conflicts and challenges, depression and anxiety, and adapting to life circumstances. He works with clients of various ages from children to the elderly. Judd has been married to his wife Susan for 34 years and has four adult children. He loves the outdoors and enjoys climbing to the highest elevations in Colorado.

Judd is paneled with the following insurances: Highmark BS, Capital BC, Aetna, Optum, Trustmark, Quest BH, Blue Cross & Blue Shield, United Healthcare, United Behavioral Health, Quest EAP, Mazzitti & Sullivan EAP, & Wellspan EAP.

Michelle Dixon George MSW, LCSW, BCD
Michelle has been providing mental health treatment for over 24 years. She has a background in psychology and social work and obtained her MSW with a clinical focus from Temple University. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Board Certified Diplomat in Social Work. Competent working with individuals, couples and families from late adolescence to geriatrics, she specializes in the treatment of depressive disorders, anxiety and phobias, trauma and abuse and relationship conflicts. She is married and has two children. Michelle is also the Director of Social Work Field Placements at Messiah College where she teaches in the undergraduate Social Work program.

Michelle is paneled with the following insurances: Highmark BS, Capital BC, Aetna, Optum, Trustmark, Quest BH, Blue Cross & Blue Shield, United Healthcare, United Behavioral Health, Quest EAP, Mazzitti & Sullivan EAP, & Wellspan EAP.

Rosa Cabezas Fetterman, Psy.D.

Dr. Cabezas Fetterman is a licensed Clinical Psychologist with over 30 years of experience in providing mental health services. She obtained her doctorate from the Graduate School of Applied & Professional Psychology at Rutgers University. She provides individual, couples, and family therapy for conditions ranging from mood disorders, PTSD/trauma, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, grief/loss, ADHD, OCD, women’s issues, spiritual issues and relationship conflicts. She integrates CBT with expressive/experiential therapy and evidenced-based strategies. She creates worksheets, handouts and questionnaires for use in clinical practice. She enjoys doing speaking engagements on a variety of mental health topics. She is married and has one son.

Dr. Fetterman is paneled with the following insurances: Highmark BS, Capital BC, Aetna, Trustmark, Quest BH, Blue Cross & Blue Shield.

 

Deb Clark, MA, MACE, LPC, NCC
Deb has her M.A.’s in Christian Education and Mental Health Counseling from Talbot Theological Seminary and Lancaster Bible College and Graduate School. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor with the state of PA and a Nationally Certified Counselor with over 35 years of counseling experience combined with facilitating support groups through the local church and a mission agency. Her focus has been in helping women with issues such as anxiety, self-esteem, depression, relationship concerns, OCD, Bipolar Disorder, loss and grief. She has also worked with bereaved parents and their families for several years. She has served as Director of Member Care for two different mission agencies.

Deb is paneled with the following insurances: Highmark BS, Capital BC, Aetna, Optum, Trustmark, Quest BH, Blue Cross & Blue Shield, United Healthcare, United Behavioral Health, Quest EAP, Mazzitti & Sullivan EAP, Carebridge EAP & Wellspan EAP.

Jon Shacklett, MA, LPC, CAADC, ACS
Jon is a graduate of Lancaster Bible College with a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Counseling.  He is certified by the State of Pennsylvania as a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Certified Advanced Alcohol & Drug Counselor and is also certified as an Approved Clinical Supervisor and is a member of Christian Association for Psychological Studies (CAPS).  Jon provides individual, couples, and family therapy, specifically working in the areas of relational conflict, substance related issues, addictions, anxiety and depression.  Jon is also an Adjunct Professor at Lancaster Bible College and Capital Seminary & Graduate School.  Originally from California, Jon has lived in Lancaster County for more than fifteen years.  He is married and has two sons who joined their family through adoption.

John is paneled with the following insurances: Highmark BS, Capital BC, Aetna, Optum, Trustmark, Quest BH, Blue Cross & Blue Shield, United Healthcare, United Behavioral Health, Quest EAP, Mazzitti & Sullivan EAP, & Wellspan EAP.

Joshua Irvine, MA, LPC

Josh is a graduate of Biblical Theological Seminary with a Master of Arts in Counseling.  He is certified by the State of Pennsylvania as a Licensed Professional Counselor.  For almost 20 years, Josh has been engaged with the Pennsylvania Family Based Mental Health Services (FBMHS) working with at-risk children and their families first as a front-line therapist and later as a clinical supervisor.  Josh provides individual, couples and family therapy through a Biblical lens as clients work to address emotional and relational challenges in their lives.  His strength is in assisting individuals and families to work through relational patterns and barriers that have been tough to overcome.  Josh is also an Adjunct Professor at Lancaster Bible College and Capital Seminary & Graduate School.  He is also a faculty member of the Center for Family Based Training where he provides postgraduate education and training for family therapists and supervisors in Pennsylvania, Maryland and North Carolina.  Josh and his wife have been married for 22 years and they have 4 children.

    Josh is paneled with the following insurances: Highmark BS, Capital BC, Aetna, Optum, Trustmark, Quest BH, Blue Cross &                     Blue Shield, United Healthcare, United Behavioral Health, Quest EAP, Mazzitti & Sullivan EAP, & Wellspan EAP.

Danielle Brodhecker, MA, LPC, CCTP
Danielle is graduate of Lancaster Bible College, Capital Seminary and Graduate School. She holds a Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling. She works with adolescents and individuals who have a history of trauma, are struggling with depression, anxiety or are experiencing relational issues. She uses a client-centered approach while incorporating cognitive behavioral therapy techniques. Danielle provides trauma informed counseling. While walking along-side clients, Danielle’s goal is to help clients overcome their difficulties from a biblical worldview.

Danielle is paneled with the following insurances: Highmark BS, Capital BC, Aetna, Optum, Trustmark, Quest BH, Blue Cross & Blue Shield, United Healthcare, & United Behavioral Health.

 

Lea Kupp, MA
Lea is a graduate of Lancaster Bible College, Capital Seminary and Graduate school. She has a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Her approach is client-centered and goal-oriented, as she utilizes comprehensive and creative methods to adjust to each client’s specific needs. Through cognitive behavioral therapy and other evidence-based interventions, Lea aims to empower clients and restore a sense of purpose. Additionally, it is her passion to integrate a
Biblical worldview into the therapeutic process. Lea provides support for clients who are experiencing anxiety, life transitions, low self-esteem/self-worth, body-image, identity, depression, stress, loneliness, and relational concerns. She works with women’s issues, as well as children, teenagers, and college-aged students. Her hope is to foster a nurturing environment where clients can feel understood and equipped as they walk toward growth and healing. Lea is married and enjoys coffee shops, baking, and spending time with her loved ones.

     Lea is not paneled with insurance and accepts a self pay rate.

Karen Peachy, MSN, MA
Karen has been providing care as a nurse for 15 years.  She obtained her master’s degree in nursing from Thomas Edison University.  Currently she teaches at PSU as a psychiatric clinical nurse instructor.  Sensing a strong desire to help others beyond her nursing, Karen entered a Masters degree program at Capital Seminary and Graduate School where she obtained her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health counseling.  Her focus in therapy is working with clients experiencing distress related to trauma, effects from abuse, depression, anxiety, and relational issues.  From a biblical worldview perspective, she counts it a privilege to assist clients in reaching their goals and helping them overcome obstacles to living life fully.

Karen is not paneled with insurance and accepts a self pay rate.

 

Jill Ebersole, MA
Jill is a graduate of Lancaster Bible College, Capital Seminary and Graduate School.  She has a Master of Arts in Marriage, Couples & Family Therapy.  Jill enjoys working with individuals, couples, and families.  Her approach is to walk alongside of people while using various forms of therapy including, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Emotion Focused Therapy.  Her core belief is to incorporate a biblical worldview into the therapy process.

 

Jill is not paneled with insurance and accepts a self pay rate.

 

Daniel Slade, MA, LPC
Daniel is a graduate of Lancaster Bible College with a Masters of Arts in Mental Health Counseling. He is certified by the state of Pennsylvania as a Licensed Professional Counselor, and is a certified Family Based Mental Health Professional. Daniel has experience working with at-risk children with behavioral and emotional issues and their families as a therapist and later as a clinical supervisor. Daniel is also fully trained in Attachment-focused EMDR and Trauma-focused CBT, and is able to provide other trauma-informed approaches.  Daniel works with different ages and stages of life from childhood through adulthood, providing counseling for individuals, couples and families. Daniel specializes in anxiety and depression related issues, behavioral concerns, as well as relational issues in couples and families. Daniel is married and has four children.

Dan is paneled with the following insurances: Highmark BS, Capital BC, Aetna, Optum, Trustmark, Quest BH, Blue Cross & Blue Shield, United Healthcare, United Behavioral Health, Quest EAP, Mazzitti & Sullivan EAP, & Wellspan EAP.

Sarah Poirier, MA, LPC                                                     

Sarah is a graduate of Lancaster Bible College and Graduate school with a master of the Arts in Marriage and Family Counseling. She is certified in the state of Pennsylvania as a Licensed Professional Counselor. She specializes in working with families, children and teens on relational or trauma related concerns. She provides support for clients experiencing depression and anxiety disorders, adoption concerns, attachment needs, autism, trauma, abuse, and relational difficulty. Sarah has worked with families across Lancaster County doing in-home family therapy for at risk children and their families, and later served as a family based supervisor in Dauphin County. Sarah is married with two children. In her free time Sarah enjoys being outdoors, reading, and spending time with family.

 

Alexandra Dotson, MSW, LCSW

Alexandra is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) with 30 years of experience providing mental health treatment. She is a graduate of Hunter College School of Social Work of the City University of New York (CUNY) with a master’s in social work with a focus on mental health. Alexandra works with individuals, couples, and families. She uses a holistic, client-centered strength-based approach in treatment. This approach includes insight-oriented therapy, Psychodynamic/family systems therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Trauma focused therapy. She enjoys coming alongside the person as a support and using varied approaches to create the right fit for each person and his or her circumstances. This eclectic approach helps to match the person’s needs in treatment with how they as individuals work best to heal. She provides treatment and support for conditions such as trauma, depression, anxiety, women’s issues, relationship conflicts, cultural/acculturation issues, and co-dependency. Alexandra is bicultural and bilingual in Spanish and English. She is a mother of one child.