About Us

Our counselors are trained therapists who will work with you on developing strategies to overcome obstacles and personal challenges that you are facing.
While you may find that you will build a strong therapeutic connection to one particular therapist, please know that the staff as a whole is committed to assisting you in developing the peace within that you seek.

Our Staff

Kelly Nixon Burns, MA, LPC, NCC

Kelly holds a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education and English from Kutztown University and a Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling from Alvernia University.

Kelly is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Nationally Certified Counselor. Kelly has experience treating Mental Health in Partial Hospitalization, Intensive Outpatient Therapy, Individual, Group and Couple’s Counseling.

Kelly has had experience treating Substance Use and Addiction clients in several levels of care as well: Inpatient Treatment, Methadone Assisted Treatment, Individual, Group and Couples Counseling. Kelly’s therapeutic approaches are best suited to empower clients to reduce or eliminate symptoms from depression, anxiety, trauma responses, grief and loss, relationship distress, phase of life changes and Borderline Personality Disorder.

Kelly’s core philosophy revolves around liberating and expanding a client’s self awareness in order to create a life lived peacefully and authentically. CBT, DBT, Mindfulness, Adlerian and Experiential are among her eclectic modalities enthusiastically employed.

Amanda S. Foulds, MSW, LSW

Amanda holds a Bachelor of Arts from Albright College in Child and Family Studies, and a Masters in Social Work from Kutztown University. She is a Licensed Social Worker through the state of Pennsylvania and is driven by a desire to help individuals feel comfortable expressing themselves in a healthy manner. She believes that therapy is a collaborative process where the client spends most of the time in the driver’s seat, and the therapist helps navigate the road less traveled. Amanda has a broad range of experience dealing with individuals of all ages, but particularly enjoys working with the teenage population and individuals.

Courtney Keith, BA, CAAP

Courtney holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Behavioral Health from Alvernia University. She is a Certified Allied Addiction Practitioner. She has 8 years of experience in treating Co-occurring, (the combination of mental health and addiction challenges), Substance Use and Addiction clients in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Courtney has a thriving interest in helping people reach their healing goals using a holistic approach along with traditional psychotherapy for individualized client care. Courtney views therapy as a joint venture, where our knowledge and skills are combined to create solutions. She believes a good therapeutic relationship with her clients includes authenticity, freedom and positive outcomes.

Andrea Haas-Englebach, MA, LPC, CCTP

Andrea holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Addiction Studies and a Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling both from Alvernia University. Andrea is a level 1 Certified Clinical Trauma Professional and specializes in many Addiction and Co-dependency issues, Intimate Partner and Domestic Violence, Anger Management, Eating Disorders, and Phobias. Andrea is passionate about assisting clients to improve their quality of life by managing symptoms from adult ADHD and Bipolar diagnoses as well as Depression, Anxiety and Grief. Clients who may have previously felt intimidated by the counseling process may find themselves connecting to Andrea’s artistic and unassuming style.

Call 484-709-2441 to book an appointment today.

Our Mission is to empower diverse individuals, families and groups to accomplish mental health, wellness, spirituality, educational and career goals.

Our logo represents both the Arrowhead and the colors of the Peacock. In Native American traditions, the Arrowhead is a symbol of Protection and Strength. It acts as a symbol of Courage. The Peacock represents renewal through embracing your inner truth and allowing your true colors to show. Additionally, peacocks survive by eating plants know to be poisonous in nature, therefore, they are strong creatures overcoming adversity. As are our clients.

Your True Self overcoming Adversity with Protection, Strength and Courage.

Arrowhead Emotional Wellness