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About Us

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Erin Titze; Therapist and Practice Director/Supervisor

Master of Education in Human Sexuality Studies (M.Ed); Widener University, 2011

Master in Social Work (MSW); Widener University, 2011

Bachelors in Psychology (BA); Penn State University, 2006

Kevin Titze; Therapist

Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (PsyD); Immaculata University, 2014

Educational Specialist in Mental Health Counseling (EdS); Seton Hall University, 2009

Masters in Mental Health Counseling (MA); Seton Hall University, 2009

Bachelors in Psychology (BA); Rider University, 2005

Professional Interests

LGBTQ Competency

Trauma and coping management

Sucide and Risk Assessment

Co-Occurring Treatment

Athletic and Educational Performance

Professional Contributions

Titze, E. (May, 2017). LGBTQAI: Having Hard Conversations; Beyond the Rainbow Summit-Morton, PA 

Titze, E. (May, 2015). Social Workers as Leaders in Clinical Care: Conversions about Sexual Health with Adolescents. National HIV Medical Case Management Conference-New Orleans, LA

Titze, K. (Re-occurring 2016 thru 2018). Trauma and Trauma-Informed Care. Holcomb Behavioral Health Training Program-Exton, PA

Titze, K. (Re-occurring 2015 thru 2018). Suicide and Risk Assessment. Holcomb Behavioral Health Training Program-Exton, PA

Titze, K. (2014). Affect Regulators: An original model based on coping behaviors and cognitions. 

Titze, K. (2013). Understanding immigrants' psychological needs; Multiculturally competent assessment and service delivery.

James, G., Titze, K., & Keaveney, J. (2012) Frontotemporal dementia; The other dementia.

"...I did not emerge onto a blank slate of neutral circumstances. My Life was already a canvas upon which older paint had begun to dry, long before I arrived." 

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