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.
Courtney Owens, LPC
"Success lies in creating strong trustworthy relationships and providing a place for people to be themselves without judgement."
I specialize in treating children, adolescents and adults with issues pertaining to Depression, Anxiety, Grief and Loss issues, and Career Counseling. I am a champion for meeting people where they are with their issues and working from there. I use an eclectic approach which incorporates CBT, Person-Centered and Mindfulness to help others find their true selves and personal life meaning. I also incorporate spirituality for those who are seeking a holistic approach.
Helping others is a quality I value in my career and in my personal life. Choosing a career as a Psychotherapist has proved to be rewarding and revitalizing. I have over 7 years experience working with a vast range of concerns from the ages of 5 to 78 year old.
I have found great success in working with my clients. Success lies in creating strong trustworthy relationships and providing a place for people to be themselves without judgement. Most importantly people want to be listened to and validated, and that is the key to my therapeutic approach.