Amy DeGirolamo, LPC
Provider Type: Therapist
Manages Medications: No, provides therapy only
Provider Gender: Female
Ages Served: 6-65+
Appointments: In-office and Telehealth
Amy DeGirolamo, LPC
Amy is a licensed counselor (L.P.C.) and has been practicing in the field for 15 years. She completed her graduate work at Villanova University, where she received her Master’s Degree in Counseling and her Pennsylvania and New Jersey School Guidance Certificate. She is a Certified Crisis Counselor and a member of the National Board of Certified Counselors. I enjoy working with all different kinds of people. I like to work on the obstacles that get in the way of mental health. For the last 15 years my work with clients has focused on personal issues of all kinds: depression, self-esteem, conflict resolution, better communication, adult children of alcoholics, parenting, anxiety, chronic illness, addictions, and sexual abuse. I believe our work doen’t just happen in our therapy hour, but between sessions as well. I am committed to psychotherapy and helping people to change in a supportive atmosphere. I use methods such as Client Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Psychodynamic Therapy to encourage enlightenment and positive change in the therapy process. I am active, informal, and empathic. I use a variety of treatment modalities to help a client feel better, and more empowered. I believe people have many inner resources, but that they come to therapy when those resources are blocked. I am comfortable doing short-term or long-term therapy, either with individuals, couples, or groups. The relationship between the therapist and the client is an important one, and I strive to help my clients feel comfortable so that they can reveal what is bothering them in a safe environment. Clients have reported that I use a good mixture of support and challenge to help them make the changes they strive for.
- Bipolar Disorder
- Couple's Issues
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Couples/Marital Counseling
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
- Parenting Skills
Please use our online form to schedule an appointment with Amy DeGirolamo. You can also call 610-892-3800 to have someone assist you.
Amy DeGirolamo generally accepts new patients but there could be a waitlist.
Please call 610-892-3800 to find out Amy DeGirolamo's schedule and availability.
LifeStance Health providers accept most commercial insurance plans that are offered in the states where we offer services, including telehealth. Please contact us at 610-892-3800 to verify your insurance with Amy DeGirolamo.
Amy DeGirolamo is a therapist and cannot prescribe medication. However, most LifeStance offices have a Psychiatrist or APN on staff who can prescribe medication if needed.
Yes, Amy DeGirolamo does offer both Telehealth and In-office visits.
Yes, Amy DeGirolamo is currently offering In-office visits.