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610-525-4828 ext. 3
jmasse@brynmawrpsych.com
14 S Bryn Mawr Avenue
Bryn Mawr
PA
19010
United States
Joshua Masse, PhD
Brad Norford, PhD
724-933-3910
724-933-4508
Pine Center, 11279 Perry Highway, Suite 204
Wexford
PA
15090
United States
267-304-1888
215-496-0742
jessica.shore@cctckids.org
1080 North Delaware Avenue, Suite 600
Philadelphia
PA
19125
United States
Jessica Shore, Psy.D.

A community organization that provides and promotes quality services with care and compassion to enhance the emotional well-being and mental health of children, adolescents and families.

www.cscwv.org
pzorichak@e-csc.org
133 W. Tioga St.
Tunkhannock
PA
18657
United States
Priscilla Zorichak, NCC, LPC

A community organization that provides and promotes quality services with care and compassion to enhance the emotional well-being and mental health of children, adolescents and families.

www.cscwv.org
570-825-6425 ext. 247
570-829-3337
pzorichak@e-csc.org
335 S. Franklin St.
Wilkes-Barre
PA
18702
United States
Priscilla Zorichak, NCC, LPC
724-543-2941
300 S. Jefferson Avenue
Kittanning
PA
16201
United States
Lisa McCay, Ph.D.
David Shaeffer, Ph.D.
FRIENDSHIP HOUSE
570-342-8305
570-344-1165
admissions@friendshiphousepa.org
1509 Maple Street
Scranton
PA
18509
United States
Outpatient Program Manager
(724) 543-1888
taransmith1@hotmail.com
Kittanning Office
365 Franklin Hill Road
Kittanning
PA
16201
United States
Tara Smith
(724) 287-1880
taransmith1@hotmail.com
226 West New Castle Street
Butler
PA
16001
United States
Tara Smith
(717) 665-2675
m.romeomartin@gmail.com
108 S. Main Street
Manheim
PA
17545
United States
Michele Martin, Psy.D.
Rachael Fersch, LSW
412-692-8662
Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Agency
3705 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh
PA
15213
United States

The Stine TLC Clinic serves maltreated children, foster and adopted children, and children with sexual behavior problems.  The Stine TLC Clinic employs the latest research and evidence-based treatments, and caregivers are expected to be an active component in the child’s treatment.

717-531-4100 (clinic line)
pverdon@hmc.psu.edu
2626 N. 3rd St.
Harrisburg
PA
17110
United States
Patricia Verdon (717-531-5158)
Brian Allen, Psy.D.

Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) is offered as one of several evidence-based treatments available through the Outpatient Program in the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP).  Alison Zisser, Ph.D. is an outpatient child psychologist at CHOP and is a certified PCIT therapist and Level I (in house) trainer.  PCIT treatment is available for young children with externalizing behavior problems following an intake evaluation.  If following an intake evaluation, it is felt that PCIT is not an appropriate treatment, the family will be referred for the appropriate services within CHOP or in the community.

215-590-7555
215-590-7588
zissera@email.chop.edu
Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
3440 Market St., Suite 200
Philadelphia
PA
19104
United States
Alison Zisser, Ph.D.
Steve Soffer, Ph.D., Director, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Outpatient Program

*UC Davis is not responsible for verifying the training of PCIT therapists that were not trained by the UC Davis PCIT Training Center. It is always good practice for clients to inquire and assess the skills and experience of a therapist before starting treatment. Therefore, we encourage clients to ask questions about the training and competence of the PCIT therapists in their area.