Chimère views the therapeutic process as sacred, creative, and collaborative interactions between therapist and client. She seeks to assure that her clients feel seen, heard, educated, and validated while actively working through life’s myriad challenges and transitions. Chimère compassionately supports and connects with individuals, couples, and families through empathy, warmth, empirically supported interventions, and lighthearted humor. Chimère’s systemic approach consists of mindfulness and upholds diversity, justice, and spirituality. Chimère gives intentional consideration to the whole person—including limiting beliefs and behavioral patterns originating from families of origin that often disrupt progression and desired outcomes in the here and now.
Chimère is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and obtained her first Master’s degree in Theology and Pastoral Ministry from Villanova University along with a secondary Master’s degree in School & Mental Health Counseling from the University of Pennsylvania. Chimère is currently completing her PhD in Marriage and Family Therapy at Eastern University. In addition to her clinical work, Chimère is part-time counseling faculty at the University of Pennsylvania’s Graduate School of Education. Chimère regularly speaks as a mental health expert on television news including CB3, 6ABC, NBC10, PHL-17, Fox 29, and Cheddar News, in addition to print media outlets such as Today.com, Very Well Mind, and Thrive Global.
More information about fees can be found here. Chimère encourages people considering therapy to reach out to discuss fees if there are any questions about this range.
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