Jim has been offering hope and promoting healing to individuals, couples, and families since 1999 when he earned his master's degree from Gannon University. He has worked as a mobile therapist as well as a clinical counselor during this time period. Jim uses a cognitive behavioral approach in his professional counseling practice. He believes that for an individual to reach his or her full potential, the physical, mental, and spiritual components of who we are must be addressed. Licensed as a professional counselor in the state of Pennsylvania, Jim is a professional member in good standing of The National Board of Certified Counselors and The American Association of Christian Counselors. If you are ready to take the next step, contact Jim today to begin your journey toward hope and healing.