Our Psychologists and Therapists
Society Hill Location
As the founder and chairperson, I opened the doors of Equilibria Psychological and Consultation Services, LLC to assist individuals seeking help with life’s challenges.
I aim to create an environment that is warm, nonjudgmental, and supportive, whatever your reason for entering therapy. I am committed to being genuine and collaborative while guiding you in your process of healing and insight. I will help you to cope with current stressors and traumatic experiences, develop insights into your relationships and relationship history and implement change.
David Bromberg, Psy.D. is a licensed psychologist with 20 years experience in the field of behavioral health, with academic specialties in psychological assessment, child and adolescent therapy, and couples and family therapy.
Kristy A. Brumfield (She/Her/Hers)
I see counseling as a process in which you and I work as a team to explore and define present problem situations, develop future goals for an improved life and work in a systematic fashion toward realizing those goals.
As a therapist, I value the partnership I can develop with each individual. Therapy requires trust and vulnerability and a great partnership welcomes this for clients. I believe my purpose within the partnership is to be the listener, helping individuals reflect on their story and honestly determine what is needed to live their best life.
I view my responsibility as a therapist as creating a safe space and fostering a collaborative relationship for people to express themselves freely, identify the changes they would like to make, and discuss the factors contributing to the problem they are having.
I tend to view psychotherapy as relatively similar to physical therapy. You may come in with a few minor aches and pains or maybe you’ve come in with a major injury and are unable to function. My role is to not just ease your pain, but work with you to gradually get back on your feet and on your way to becoming your best self.
Benjamin Daniels (He/Him)
I’m a licensed psychologist in the state of Pennsylvania. My goal is to help you help yourself; to empower you to make the changes you want to see in your life.
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Office: Psychologist Society Hill & Fishtown, PA Location
I view therapy as a collaborative process with the goal of identifying effective tools for personal growth and change. My goal is to provide support in your healing process and provide a safe space for you to navigate life’s inevitable challenges.
I believe strongly in the healing power of a trusting relationship between client and therapist, where we both work together to create a plan specific to your success. We are living through challenging times filled with uncertainty and change. I want to help you navigate this, to free you from what is holding you back so you can pursue your best future.
I firmly believe that everyone can benefit from what therapy has to offer, whether you are looking for a short-term tune up because life just feels a little more stressful than usual, or you are ready to make some big changes in your life but you are not sure how to get started.
I believe it’s important to be flexible in working together to reach your goals. I also believe learning is a continuing process and I am always open to new ideas and apply the knowledge in my professional and personal endeavors. I have a wide range of experience conducting therapy and assessments for clients from diverse populations and cultural backgrounds, and with varied clinical presentations.
I strive to create a warm, affirming, and collaborative space to explore and address the challenges in your life. Whether you are struggling with a life transition, interpersonal/familial conflict, trauma, anxiety, depression, or are simply seeking support, my goal is to help you gain deeper insight into your relationships with others, as well as yourself, to make meaningful changes to your life.
Laura Galindez (She/Her/Hers)
Managing life is an uphill battle when you’re dealing with painful thoughts and emotions — and even harder when it feels like you’re dealing with it alone. I strive to create a true partnership with you to support you through your personal discoveries and changes.
Faith D Gordon-Mazur
I joined Equilibria with a desire to work collaboratively with individuals, couples, and families in an effort to embrace change, and process life events.
My goal is for a client to motivate him/herself to reach the goals they have set for themselves and feel empowered to overcome life’s complications in the future.
Rachel Greene (She/Her)
My eclectic and creative approach to the therapeutic process allows for an individualized treatment planning process based on the strengths, challenges, and interests of each client.
Eve Havivi (She/Her)
I am a licensed social worker with experience treating children, adolescents, and families with various presenting challenges, such as anxiety, depression, trauma, learning disorders, mood disorders, addiction, grief and loss, and self-harm.
Therapy involves resource and skill building, identifying longstanding patterns of thought and relationships, and determining what is useful now. It is being present with self, situations, and circumstances and making right decisions. Our goal is to align mental, physical, and spiritual values so that life is manageable and optimistic. I believe in the infinite wisdom of each person who comes to me for support and guidance. My role is to listen carefully and provide a sounding board to connect people with what they know is true.
Reba Kline (She/Her)
As a therapist, my goal is understanding how we became who we are in order to gain insight and identify strengths upon which to build the growth we want to see. I use a trauma-informed approach to help individuals move from potentially feeling victimized to seeing themselves as survivors who are empowered to be their own best advocate.
Jonathan Mauger (They/Them, He/Him)
I believe firmly that families and youth are experts in themselves and their experiences. In therapy, I look to combine my knowledge of trauma and human development with the expertise of you and your child’s lived experience.
I believe that the process of therapy along with the therapeutic relationship serves as the vehicle for clients to overcome these obstacles and reach their personal goals.
I enjoy helping clients to discover their inner resilience and build on it to live their best lives possible. My philosophy for therapy is, “it can be hard work, but who says we can’t have fun?
I am a licensed clinical psychologist in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. I believe therapy is a collaborative process between myself and the client. I meet my clients where they are at and help them learn new ways to approach situations.
Dr. Pacyon specializes in comprehensive psychological assessment of children and adolescents with neurodevelopmental, behavioral and trauma-related disorders, including but not limited to autism, ADHD, speech and language disorders, and PTSD.
As a therapist, I value building trust and a strong therapeutic relationship. I am committed to creating a supportive and nurturing environment where you can meet your full potential, develop positive thinking patterns, and have more meaningful relationships.
Deborah Pelberg (She/Her)
I believe that connection to both our deepest selves and others is an integral part of healing. In treatment, I take a strengths-based systemic approach to ensure that individuals, couples and families can recognize the traits, tools and support they already possess for growth and change. I am also passionate about educating clients so they can learn to be their own advocate in the health care system and helping them to learn new coping skills to ensure success outside of treatment.
Office: Psychologist Society Hill & Willow Grove, PA Location
I believe that each person I work with has a capacity for growth and wellness. It’s natural to experience unhelpful patterns or symptoms when our lives are off balance, whether it’s depression, anxiety, fear or dissatisfaction. I like to view these symptoms as messages – or signals – for our attention. My goal is to help clients better relate to themselves and cultivate new strengths.
Heather Rubin (She/Her)
Throughout my career, I have had a wealth of experience working with diverse groups of individuals at various stages of life and circumstance across a variety of settings. I consider it an honor and privilege to share the sacred space of therapy with my clients. Whatever brings you to therapy is valid and important. I welcome and thank you for being here. My goal as a therapist is to empower my clients to identify and motivate themselves to make positive and healthy changes. I believe that we all have the capacity to thrive.
Beth Ann Rue
As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified Yoga Instructor, I see my role as helping guide you back to yourself, the part of you that feels at peace, connected, authentic, and at home. Some of us forget what that feels like and some of us don’t remember feeling that at all. In therapy, we will create a space where you can learn how to tap into yourself and live from a more empowered position.
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Office: Psychologist Society Hill & Willow Grove, PA Location
I believe we all deserve a space to share our thoughts and be our true selves without judgement, and this is the environment I strive to provide during our time together. I greatly value the therapeutic relationship and the foundation this builds to allow us to work as a team
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I have been practicing in the field for almost three decades. I am the author of seven books, an expert for the periodical, Psychology Today, a frequent speaker at conferences throughout the country, and I teach at both the graduate and undergraduate levels.
Madlyn Strouse (She/Her)
My approach to therapy is seeing each person as an individual and using a client-centered approach to giving specialized care. In times of struggle, when thoughts can be so powerful, it can be hard to feel connected to your body. In therapy, integrating these two can be a powerful tool to getting to know yourself and ultimately befriending yourself.
Julia Valdner (She/Her/Hers)
Therapy is a time and space for you to work through and share your personal experiences, and to take this step of seeking help can be the most challenging but rewarding decision you will make. I whole-heartedly believe that the strong relationship we build in therapy is one of the most important aspects to the therapeutic process. I combine my clinical skills with my strong interpersonal skills to help you feel safe and secure sharing some of the most personal details of your life.
As a Licensed Professional Counselor I am committed to working in a collaborative and respectful way to assist you in addressing and processing those things that are confusing, problematic, disruptive or painful.