Ericka Potts, BSW, MA, LPC

As a licensed professional counselor, Erika is passionate about helping people connect to resources for help, hope and healing.   Ericka is passionate about supporting people through the following life issues- relationship conflict, behavior management, parenting, women’s issues, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and eating disorders, grief, blended families, special needs children and families, end of life and nursing home placement, social, emotional and behavioral concerns for children and substance abuse. People often find the health care and mental health system difficult to navigate.  Ericka has helped many individuals, families and children with resources to better cope with life’s challenges. Ericka also runs groups for parents of special needs children and for depressed and anxious adolescents. 

Dr. Joseph A. Immordino, Jr. Ch, MATS, CT

Over the years Joe Immordino has served hundreds of families in their some of their most difficult times. His experience includes helping others as a licensed funeral director, facilitating support groups and individual counseling. He also has clinical experience as a hospice chaplain and bereavement coordinator in Mercer County, NJ, and Philadelphia, Pa.

Joe is endorsed as a Chaplain through Liberty Baptist Fellowship and is ordained by the National Conservative Christian Church.

Joe and his wife Chris have been married for 31 years and have 4 children. He is a proud alumnus of Masters Graduate School of Divinity and Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary.

Deb O'Brien, MS, LPC

Deb is currently practicing as a Licensed Professional Christian Counselor working with individuals of all ages, including children, adolescents, couples, and families. She has had years of experience working particularly with children, adolescents, women, and families, and often utilizes a unique approach called Sand Tray Therapy. She offers a hope-filled, Christ-centered, clinically supported approach to issues of trauma/PTSD, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, anxiety/panic, depression, abuse, addictions, body/self-image, loss and grief, behavior management, parenting, blended family issues, women’s issues, eating disorders, self-harm, anger management, relational conflict, and boundary issues. Deb is the mother of four children and resides in the Warminster, PA area with her husband, Chris.

Racheal Hupal, MS

Rachael has a passion for her clients to experience "mini redemptions" as she walks alongside them. Her experience includes faith-based counseling, anxiety and stress management, depression, and spiritual abuse. trauma/PTSD, abuse, body/self-image, loss and grief, behavior management, women’s issues, eating disorders, self-harm, anger management, relational conflict, and boundary issues. She feels honored and excited to be able to walk with fellow strugglers in their suffering, growth, and healing. Rachael has experience counseling young women as they navigate stages of life. She has enjoyed helping her clients understand grace in the midst of academic, relational, and career pressures and pursuits.

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Katrina Selby, M.S.

Katrina is passionate about helping people experience the hope, grace, and love God has to offer through the Gospel in a broken and fallen world. Under the supervision of Deb O’Brien, Katrina is currently pursuing her professional counseling license. She has experience treating anxiety disorders, PTSD, depression, sexual addiction, suicidal ideation as well as issues related to relationships and self-worth. Katrina enjoys working with adolescents, college-age, and working adults. Katrina is an alumna of Cairn University’s graduate counseling program and also teaches as an adjunct faculty at the University. Outside of the office, Katrina enjoys time with her husband, Josh, and playing with their hyperactive rescue pup, Lucky.

Marcus Swinson, M.S.

As a graduate of Cairn University, with a Master Degree in Counseling, Marcus knows the importance of having a strong Christian worldview, while being a skilled clinician. He has worked in an outpatient setting serving primarily with adults and couples, but also loves the work he’s done with older children (12+) and teens. As an adult counselor, Marcus helps individuals, couples and families to better understand one another, working with each person to develop skills that cultivate healthier relationships. He is experienced in working with issues such as anxiety, depression, sex counseling, abandonment, marital infidelity and conflict. He is married and a father of three wonderful girls. He currently serves as minister in his local church and loves serving God‘s people.

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Stephanie Green, MA

Stephanie Greene earned a Master Arts degree in Counseling with a
concentration in Christian Counseling from Missio Seminary, and a Certificate in Counseling from Biblical Theological Seminary. Stephanie is presently pursuing a doctorate degree in Community Care and Counseling at Liberty University, with a concentration in Traumatology.
Stephanie counsels women who struggle with depression, anxiety, trauma, grief and loss. She has extensive experience serving victims of Intimate Partner Violence (domestic violence). In addition, Stephanie has worked for over 30 years with children who are in congregate care due to abuse and neglect, and is a certified parenting skills facilitator. She believes that there can be change and healing in the lives of hurting women, and her desire is to assist in their therapeutic journey, and to be Jesus' hands and feet.

Lauren Kuehlewind, MS

Lauren is a Cairn University graduate of the M.S. in Counseling program. Over the years, she developed a heart for hearing others’ stories and aiding those in need, which led her to pursue counseling as a profession. Lauren has a passion for supporting adolescents, adults, couples, and families in times of pain and difficulty. She has experience working with depression, anxiety, social anxiety, eating disorders, trauma, grief and loss, family/relationship issues, marriage counseling, emotional and behavioral issues in children, and biblical worldview integration. During her down time, Lauren loves cooking, baking, reading, singing and playing guitar, spending time with her husband as he works on his antique cars in their garage, enjoying the great outdoors and gardening, and spending time with friends and family. 

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Jabez Yeo, MA

Jabez graduated with honors with his Masters of Arts in Counseling from Missio Seminary and is pursuing licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Pennsylvania.  Jabez has worked with clients that have wrestled with depression, anxiety, PTSD, sexual identity concerns, cross-cultural adjustment, and various addictions.  He has a person-centered approach and his preferred methods of counseling include rational emotive behavioral therapy (REBT) and emotionally focused therapy (EFT).  Jabez has received training from the Albert Ellis Institute as well as the International Centre for Excellence in EFT.  He is a training facilitator with the American Bible Society’s Trauma Healing Institute and has equipped people to facilitate trauma healing groups in New York City and Baltimore.

He is ethnically Chinese and is passionate about counseling as a means of providing a safe space for people to process past wounds and undergo transformative healing by the power of the Holy Spirit, especially amongst people and communities of color.  Jabez is happily married to his wonderful wife River and they have a beautiful daughter, Hosanna Grace, as well as a heart for cross-cultural missions and evangelism. 

Cody Skelton, MS

Cody is a professional counselor who works with children, teens, and young adults as well as
couples, families, and older adults. He has years of experience working with adolescents and
their families through his time working as a youth pastor, summer camp director, and a mental
health counselor at a non-profit faith based organization for youth. Cody has experience working with a wide range of issues including anxiety, depression, ADHD, family and relational issues, OCD, Bi-polar, and suicidal ideation. He views healthy relationships as a vital piece to the overall well being of an individual along with their faith and personal experiences. Cody’s approach to therapy is heavily influenced by his Christian values, as well as person centered therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy. Cody earned his MS in counseling from Cairn University, along with a Bachelor’s degree in youth and family ministry. In his freetime, he enjoys hiking and spending time with his wife Victoria and they are determined to visit every national park at least once.