Christine Bishop-Edkins, MSS, LCSW
Therapy is a partnership and all clients have strengths that can be harnessed for emotional healing. Christine works with clients issues of grief, anxiety and depression and substance abuse. Christine obtained a Masters in Social Services from Bryn Mawr College and clinical experience at various mental health facilities. Christine spent many years specializing in public engagement and brings a practical approach to therapy. Christine holds a certificate in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) from Bryn Mawr College and is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP). She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Pennsylvania and New Jersey and is a member of the Pennsylvania Society for Clinical Social Work (PSCSW). Christine holds a BA from Rutgers University and a MRP from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Gregory M. Wilson, MDiv, MSS, LCSW
The counseling relationship can be a safe place in which to navigate life’s challenges and explore our inner selves. Greg has experience working with issues of grief, adolescence development, life transitions (such as divorce, career issues, family transition), anxiety and depression, and substance abuse. Greg also brings experience in facilitating group counseling. Greg obtained a Masters in Social Services from Bryn Mawr College. Greg has also obtained additional post-graduate training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy from Bryn Mawr College. Greg is an Episcopal priest and has been ordained since 2002. He holds a Masters in Divinity from Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, MA and a BA in Neuroscience from the University of Delaware.
Sue Ann Brancato, MSW, LCSW
Sue Ann believes that therapy is a gift one gives to oneself, whether it is to resolve a current problem or to help realize lifelong dreams. Sue Ann’s approach is eclectic and tailored to the individual’s needs. Sue Ann graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Existential Phenomenology (Psychology) from Duquesne University and uses her background in various industries including law and finance. Sue Ann returned to school and attended the Philadelphia School of Psychoanalysis, where she is now a Senior Candidate. She earned her Master of Social Work at Widener University Graduate School of Social Work. Sue Ann has held supervisory positions at two major community behavioral health agencies. Sue Ann has experience supervising MSW/MA Counseling students and graduates who are interested in obtaining LCSW/LPC certification.