Anthony graduated from Shippensburg University in 2012 with his Master’s in Education, specializing in both mental health and school counseling. He has been intentional in his career to pursue specializations that support a relationship-drive and client-focused style of counseling. In addition to his master’s degree and professional experience, he is also a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC), and is a Certified Gottman Therapist (CGT). Anthony’s passion is working alongside couples who may be experiencing struggles with connection, dealing with the pain of addiction, and assisting them in repairing damaged relationships; it is his belief that lasting change, unencumbered joy, and true peace comes through genuine empathy, being heard, and connecting on a deep level with our partners. Couples therapy is a life-changing experience that can bring lasting transformation to any individual. In addition to his clinical work as a therapist, Anthony has also been an instructor for the University of Pittsburgh’s Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling program. He has taught both substance abuse and crisis management courses at the graduate level. Anthony also has extensive experience and training working with individuals struggling with substance use disorders.
Anthony’s philosophy is that when one person is able to genuinely reach out to others, it can effectively improve the hope, relationships, and life experiences of any given individual.