A WholePerson Approach to Balanced Care
Counseling, Coaching and Wellness
Serving Children, Teens, Adults, Professionals, Executives, Work Teams, Parents/Guardians, Couples and Families In-Person and Through Telehealth
Let’s face it. Life right now is complicated. It can feel overwhelming when we have so many unknowns ahead of us. For many, emotions we recognize from our past are re-surfacing or this may be your first time noticing a worry, a concern or feeling of chaos. We may feel off-balance in trying to manage ourselves, our relationships, our families and our external world. We tell ourselves we can figure things out on our own and then we can feel anger, frustration and conflict.
At Get Centered we believe we weren’t made to figure life out on our own. We are meant to work with others to problem solve and care for one another.
We have Counseling for children, teens, adults, parents, couples and families. Professional coaching for individuals, executives and teams. Or maybe you’re interested in working with our health and wellness coach as an individual or couple. No matter the need we welcome you in to a non-judgmental environment that allows you a space to not have all the answers.
- Frustrated? Depressed? Full of Worry?
- Chronic Pain? Trauma? Unsure how to manage your overall health?
- Lack of Motivation or Accomplishment at home, work or school?
- Tired all the time? Looking for joy and purpose?
- Unfulfilled in relationships?
- Overwhelmed in parenting?
- Concerned with work/life balance?
At Get Centered we believe by addressing the whole person, in looking at physical, emotional, and behavioral health, we can create opportunities for more positive wellness and relationship outcomes.
Get Centered offers individual and integrated options of services. Using our collaborative provider model we ensure that each client’s needs are individualized to their specific coaching or counseling goals. We work with you to create a roadmap toward the wellness path you want to pursue teaming with one or more wellness collaborators.
Are you ready to get to the bottom of what is getting in the way of your wants and desires? What about exploring ways to thrive instead of survive? Can you imagine feeling confident and accountable to do your best work? How about feeling like you are showing up as the best you? No matter the challenge, no matter the counselor, coach, or wellness collaborator you choose, we will meet you where you are and focus on ways for you to get back to your center.
If you are looking for
Finding Balance to Feel, Work, Live, within Health and Wellness
Schedule your 10-15 minute free consultation today!
Meet Our Team
Ashley Freimanis MS, LPC, NCC
Ashley counsels ages 9 - adult and parents. Ashley is passionate about helping others discover their unique abilities and strengths, so they can build resilience and improve areas that are more challenging. She is committed to offering an environment that is confidential, collaborative, nonjudgmental, and strengths-based. Ashley’s approach celebrates neurodiversity and focuses on abilities rather than deficits. Ashley works with with clients on the autism spectrum, ADHD, anxiety, depression, OCD, and behavioral concerns, as well as with parents on parenting strategies. She has advanced training in Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) for the treatment of anxiety, OCD, and autism spectrum disorder from Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavior Therapy in Philadelphia, PA. In addition to CBT, Ashley incorporates a variety of other therapeutic techniques to best meet the needs of the individual.Learn More
Kim McGuiness M.Ed, LPC, NCC
Kim counsels young adult (20+) - adult and couples. Kim believes many of us hold onto our experiences so tightly they impact not only our thoughts, but create symptoms in our bodies and put stress on how we communicate with our partners, family, and friends. She is convinced we each hold a purpose in life and she is eager to help you interrupt old patterns that are no longer working for you in order to feel a freedom in being the person you know you can be. Kim works with individuals dealing with a variety of struggles including relationships, communication, anxiety, depression, grief/loss, life transition, purpose, ADHD and as Clinical Director Kim teams with the owner to provide oversight, vision, and feedback on all clinical/coaching functions and support roles within Get Centered.Learn More
Kathy Simmons M.Ed., LPC, NCC
Kathy counsels ages 3-adult, parents and families. Kathy works from a strengths-based perspective and highlights the potential of each of her clients. Kathy wants teens to gain insight into their challenges and helps them grow more self-awareness, coping skills, and healthy connections. Kathy has helped children and adolescents afflicted with depression, anxiety, family conflict, trauma, behavior issues, school concerns, grief/loss, low self-esteem, unhealthy relationships, suicidality, self-harm, anger management, and substance use. She also works with parents and guardians to strengthen the relationship with their child, promote appropriate interventions, and find ways to practice self-care.Learn More
Lisa Oliver M.Ed., PLPC, NCC
Lisa counsels ages 3 - adult and parents. Lisa works from a person centered approach believing that we are the experts of our own lives with unique lived experiences. Lisa provides services to children, adolescents, teens, and adults coping with anxiety, depression, OCD, emotional regulation difficulties, anger management, phobias, trauma, self esteem challenges, and ADHD. She works with parents and couples on parenting skills and family relationships. Lisa is dedicated to creating an inviting, non judgmental, peaceful, confidential environment where she can create a partnership with her clients to ensure their future success. Lisa has over a decade of experience working with children, parents, and families in the school setting as both a teacher and school counselor.Learn More
Anne Kosem MA, PLPC, CLC, NCC, MBA
Anne counsels teens (15+), adults, Parents and Couples with an understanding that all human beings are wired to struggle. At work, at school, at home, in our relationships and often deep within ourselves. While these challenges can be debilitating at times, she knows they can also serve as a pathway to growth! Anne creates a collaborative, solution-focused environment ensuring her clients receive the guidance, the tools and the support they need to face their challenges with confidence. Anne also brings 12 years of experience as a Certified Life Coach and Professional Coach where she had the privilege of supporting and inspiring individuals in their pursuit of more fulfilling lives through the exploration of careers, relationships and deeper journeys of self-discovery.Learn More
Bailey Marek MS, PLPC
Bailey counsels ages 6-adult and families. Bailey encourages her clients to show up as they are authentically and unapologetically. She practices using a person-centered approach believing the client is the expert of their own experiences. Whether the goal is to gain more control in life, deal with a traumatic experience, or find a sense of identity, Bailey is dedicated to walk alongside them. Clients are capable of self-acceptance, change, and growth through the strong therapeutic relationship she develops. Bailey is committed to creating an environment that is warm, non-judgmental, and most importantly supportive. She strongly believes in the power of humor and a genuine connection to help individuals make changes in their lives. Her education and years of neuro research have provided her with an extensive understanding of neurological development from birth to old age.Learn More
Mary Collins M.Ed., PLPC, NCC
Mary counsels ages 8-adult, couples and families. Mary understands the decision to seek counseling can be complex and finding the right therapist can feel overwhelming. You may not even know why you're seeking therapy; you just feel lost. Whether you know what brought you here or you’re just looking for a space to explore yourself, Mary's goal is that you feel welcome and supported. Mary deeply understands the importance of feeling seen, understood, and validated in therapy and works diligently to create that atmosphere for you. Human connection and authenticity are two principles she lives by and fosters in her counseling space. When you feel safe to be yourself, you can truly begin addressing the areas of your life that you wish to change. While therapy can be hard work, there's always room for laughter and enjoyment in the process.Learn More
Stacy P. Walsh MA, CCC/SLP, ADHD-RSP
Stacy is a Speech-Language Pathologist and ADHD Rehabilitation Service Provider. She is committed to helping others and describes herself as a lifelong learner. Stacy specializes in working with children, teens, adults, and families struggling with the symptoms of ADHD. She is invested in attaining up-to-date research, tools, and strategies to support and educate clients living with the challenges of executive functioning deficits (metacognition, resiliency, memory, flexibility, self-regulation, behavior management, time management, task initiation, organization, problem-solving, and goal-directed persistence). Stacy is a Speech-Language Pathologist and has over 30 years of experience working with students exhibiting communication disorders/delays in public schools and the private sector. Stacy is an avid believer in working together as a team to support her clients. Integral team members include parents, caregivers, significant others, teachers, and counselors.Learn More
John Bushee ICF, ACC
John coaches ages young adult (20+)- adult. John incorporates more than 21 years of coaching and personal development experience into helping individuals and leaders become less stagnant in existing growth patterns. The coaching process will focus on the whole person, meaning that coaching isn’t oriented toward an isolated issue at work, but rather addresses a person's holistic work-life balance and financial concerns. Focusing on physical health, intellectual curiosity, personal, and professional priorities allows coaching to help individuals comfortably align what is important to them. As a coach John’s role is to help you ignite the passion of your goals and guide you through the process of reaching your definition of success and a work/life balance.Learn More
Kimberly Smith MSSW, FMCHC-CIT
Kim coaches young adults (20+) - adults. Trusting that you know yourself best, Kim will partner with you as a non-judgmental, supportive coach who will provide a sensitive accountability framework for you to make lasting changes. Kim will help you refine your wellness vision, identify your strengths, and develop achievable action steps. Think of Kim as a compass, a wellness mentor, and supportive partner who serves as a guide helping you in making informed, strategic, positive choices as you create the balanced, healthy and sustainable lifestyle you’ve always wanted. Kim also serves as the Client and Team Care Manager for Get Centered when not collaborating with her own coaching clients.Learn More
Megan Patterson BA, CIT
Megan counsels ages 8-adult, couples and families. She is open-minded and meets you where you are, no matter where that may be. Empathy is something she holds near and dear, and she aspires to make a connection with everyone she meets. She believes that our differences are what make us who we are, and that everyone should have the space to explore what makes you, you. In her therapeutic space, she invites you to bring your whole authentic self, and will welcome and accept you as you are. Megan has various experiences working with those school-aged through elderly in a variety of inpatient and outpatient mental health settings. She is a big research bug, and has worked in research settings pertaining to Behavioral Neuroscience and the physiology of Trauma.Learn More
Kennedy Baker BA ,CIT
Kennedy counsels ages 8-adult, couples and families. Kennedy strives to break the stigma around the counseling experience. She knows going to counseling can be a big leap of faith (and fright) and drops all expectation, judgment, and pressure. Kennedy believes living in today's society comes with a unique set of challenges. From relationship struggles, to overwhelming anxiety, her clients come in when everything and nothing can be wrong, yet she’s ready to meet you at the door. Emphasizing one's strengths and creating individual relationships with the clients is the basis of Kennedy's work, giving them space to feel heard. Empowering clients through new life stages and the challenges that follow is her passion, through specialized interest areas in anxiety, depression, body image, and self esteem. Her top priority is a collaborative approach to counseling, making way for a balance of humor, deep talks, and unwavering support.Learn More