Eduardo A. Juarez, MA, LPC
"I treat people, not diagnoses.
Everyone has a story and I’m here to listen. It is my goal to allow people to explore their own psychology in a safe, comfortable environment."
I have been practicing counseling for the past 16 years in various capacities, beginning my career as a staff therapist with a community mental health center in Montgomery County. That job prepared me to work with a diverse population with various issues—it was the perfect place to begin to develop my own philosophies and views on counseling and working in a helping profession.
Later, I worked at Penn State University as a full-time counselor specializing in working with disadvantaged low income adults and helping them access higher education. I also became a licensed professional counselor in my time there. I continued to practice with other mental health centers, as my career took me into an administrative role, overseeing business operations and supervising a small staff. And yet it remained that I loved working with and helping people.
In 2017 I decided it was time to create my own vision: Arbol Professional Counseling. That same year I also began teaching Educational Psychology at both Montgomery County Community College as an adjunct professor and at Methacton High School in Eagleville, Pennsylvania.
This is an exciting year and I hope many of you will see the future the way I do, full of hope and promise.
Amber Kromer, LPC
"I help my clients thrive by aiding them to identify their patterns and habits that interfere with their growth. I believe my job as a therapist is to empower you to improve your life."
My passion is helping people learn how to handle life changes successfully. I love seeing people grow and blossom as they overcome the challenges life throws their way. I help my clients thrive by aiding them to identify their patterns and habits that interfere with their growth.
I use a collaborative approach to identify your goals, and we work together so you can achieve them. My therapeutic style is person-centered and cognitive behavioral, so I am able to adapt my style to effectively work with a variety of people and issues. I believe my job as a therapist is to empower you to improve your life.
My professional experience began in 2002 and over the years I have worked with a variety of ages and areas of need. Today I focus on supporting adults who are struggling with emotional, behavioral, and adjustment issues, and who want to learn more effective ways to manage or improve their lives.