Accessing mental health services can be a difficult process. Clients who are uninsured, underinsured, or would prefer to pay out of pocket for therapy will benefit from working with a graduate level intern. Fees range from $25-65 a session. These clinicians are directly supervised by Rikki Ford and are in their final year of study. Click the links below to schedule or read further to learn more.
To connect with Meghan, you may request an appointment below or email her at email@example.com. You may also reach out to Rikki with questions or concerns.
Meghan is a Master’s level intern from New York University’s Clinical Counseling program. She has a background in working with adults who have been diagnosed with anxiety disorders, depression, schizophrenia, and borderline personality disorder. She also has experience in working with children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder and intellectual disabilities. Meghan uses a collaborative and strength-based approach with her clients in order to help them flourish. She is trained in a variety of evidence-based treatment modalities such as mindfulness and cognitive behavioral therapy. As a veteran herself, she is interested in working with military personnel, first responders and also adolescents, adults and couples.
You may request an initial appointment with Meghan using the link below or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also contact Rikki Ford at 215-605-9136 or RikkifordLPC@gmail.com with any additional questions or concerns.
To connect with Sarah, you may request an appointment below or email her at email@example.com. You may also reach out to Rikki with questions or concerns.
Sarah is a Master’s level intern in the last year of her program at Drexel University’s department of art therapy and counseling. She has a background in working with children as an art education major and in her master’s has recently worked with adults who were in recovery for primary substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. Sarah specializes in art therapy; a nonconventional form of mental health counseling that bridges gaps for clients who are unable to always verbalize their need for healing. Art therapy provides supplemental avenues and opportunities for experiential understanding and intervention by creating concrete physicality to abstract concepts. It is pivotal in its ability to restructure communication patterns that emphasize self-expression in a permanent record that can be referenced and compared throughout sessions. Sarah’s work in both art and talk therapy is strengths-based and client-centered in order to provide a supportive environment that meets clients where they are. Additionally, she is well versed in cognitive behavioral therapy and mindfulness. As a Military child, Sarah hopes to one day work with children and spouses of military members.
You may request an initial appointment with Sarah using the link below or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also contact Rikki Ford at 215-605-9136 or RikkifordLPC@gmail.com with any additional questions or concerns.