Hillary Edris, LPC
For almost 20 years, I’ve enjoyed working in the field of mental health. I discovered my interest in clinical psychology while receiving my bachelors degree in psychology at Shippensburg University. From there I completed a masters degree in clinical psychology at Kutztown University.
I started in the field working as a counselor in a partial hospitalization program, providing individual, group therapy, family therapy and intake evaluations for children and adolescents struggling with significant behavioral and mental health needs.
I continued my career as an outpatient therapist working with children and adults in the community and in the juvenile justice system.
I enjoy working with adults and adolescents ages 14 and older who struggle with anxiety, depression, self-esteem, work/life balance, as well as social interactions and behavioral problems. I have experience working with the LGBTQ+ population. I believe through talk/supportive therapy, CBT and person-centered therapy, individuals are able to use their strengths to find strategies to address their struggles.
I look forward to providing the mental health guidance and support that allows individuals to live their lives to the fullest!