Perlyn Severe, MFT
Marriage and Family Therapist
I’ve held several positions in the field of mental health, which includes Clinical Supervisor, Adjunct Professor, Mobile Therapist and Behavior Specialist. I am most honored and grateful for the title of Clinician. I am able to witness the endless possibilities that develops during therapeutic process. This therapeutic process has endless possibilities for the client, such as growth, healing, stability, recovery and, most importantly, restoring hope. I am excited and will continue to be grateful for the opportunities that allow me to be present for the clients we serve”.
I have wanted to join a practice that provides evidence base practices and relevant information that is current for today’s complex issues. Grief and loss is a universal human experience, which allows us to connect with another person on a very authentic and fundamental level. In this era of our history, more people are being impacted by various losses and traumas than ever before. It is important, for me as a clinician, to provide services for the current needs of the people. I am excited to be part of a practice and team that is current, safe, compassionate, and committed to the servicing the needs of all people that desire support.
- Grief and Trauma
- Family Systems
- Couples Therapy
- Substance Use/ Recovery
- Anger Management
- Narrative Therapy
- Master’s Degree in Couples and Family Therapy (MFT); Drexel University
- Bachelor’s Degree in Social Relations with a concentration in Criminal Justice. Cheyney University