Brittany Bishop, MS, Resident in Counseling. Brittany earned her Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Longwood University and has experience working with clients in home, outpatient, and residential settings. Currently, she attends Widener University as a doctoral student in their Sex Therapy program. While her special interests are in human sexuality and couples counseling, she has experience working with a large variety of issues, including depression, anxiety, substance use, and child behavioral concerns. In counseling, Brittany utilizes several approaches and theories including Family Systems theory, Cognitive-Behavioral therapy (CBT), relaxation therapies, and Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT). Brittany believes the best therapeutic relationship meets the individual where they are and finds growth from there. When she isn't in the office, Brittany enjoys reading, listening to hours of podcasts, and ballroom dancing.
Rachel Cerretani, MA, Resident in Counseling. Rachel received her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Eastern Mennonite University in 2019. She has worked in higher education settings, nonprofit organizations, schools, and women’s shelters. Rachel has experience providing counseling to a diverse population of clients who are struggling with a variety of mental health issues including: anxiety, depression, family and relationship difficulties, loneliness, recovery, self-esteem, transitional issues, and trauma. She particularly enjoys working with athletes, young adults, and women of all ages. She works from an attachment theory perspective, and she implements interventions that include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), motivational interviewing, person-centered, and play therapy. In her spare time, Rachel enjoys being outdoors, reading, running, working out, and spending time with family.