Jason Pierce, LPC
I believe everyone has the desire and potential for growth and change. In 2013 after completing a 20-year career in the military, I was looking to make a major change in my life and work on my own personal growth with a career change.
Over the years I have seen and experienced, directly and indirectly, the benefits of counseling. In 2014, I made the commitment to this exciting new career and started working on my master’s degree in mental health counseling at Kutztown University. While working towards my degree in the graduate program, I spent time focusing on trauma and addiction and this has been a continued area of interest for me.
Since graduating in 2018, I have worked in multiple areas of the career field focusing on co- occurring disorders that include drug and alcohol concerns, both inpatient and outpatient, along with the mental health components that go hand in hand with substance use problems. I have experience in trauma therapy utilizing groups and individual counseling working with both men and women. I am very comfortable and enjoy helping people with anxiety, depression, anger management, behavioral issues,
bi-polar disorder, mood disorders, and other mental health stressors.
I like to use a mix of talk therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy to help people find the solutions to their problems. Being curious about your concerns and helping you identify skills and learn new ones allows us to find solutions that meet your needs. Life is a process, not a singular direction or state of being. I enjoy helping people find their unique path to solve their unique problems.