Arlene Foreman, M.S. has an extraordinary ability to quickly get to the heart of an issue. She attributes her success to devoting positive energy to all areas of her life. “I am continually challenging myself to grow. I believe successful therapists must have a profound understanding of themselves. This knowledge enables them to inspire others to become more than they ever imagined they could be.”
From her busy Ardmore office, Arlene Foreman has developed her own unique form of psychotherapy with communication skills as her primary focus. She is on the cutting edge — helping people to release communication blocks so that their real selves can emerge.
Arlene’s clients come from a diverse range of cultures. “I strive to respect people’s unique values and culture and consider these when I am helping clients to resolve issues.”
“People often come to their first session fearful of being misunderstood and blamed. Instead, they leave with clarity, safety, and exciting new skills.” Drawing on twenty-eight years of experience, Arlene Foreman is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She helps couples to not only resolve their conflicts, but to create super marriages.
Professional memberships include: The American Mental Health Counselors Association, The Center for Frontier Sciences, The Anxiety Disorders Association of America and The Group Counseling Association.
Hear how Arlene works with couples and what you may expect from a session:
This interview originally aired on Pathways to Health, hosted by Bill Simpson on WJJZ Philadelphia. (37 min. 27 sec.)
Nicole S. McKinney, Ph.D. is a couple and family therapist. Dr. McKinney has over 10 years working experience serving populations with traumatic brain injuries, substance/anger addictions, and psychiatric issues. Dr. McKinney is passionate about people, especially in the area of restoration and maintenance of relationships. Additionally, Dr. McKinney provides premarital counseling and Christian counseling. In addition to her therapeutic skills and specialities, she is a researcher with several published empirical journal articles with topic areas including: the racial identity of Biracial children, nursing/mental health leadership development, traumatic brain injury, HIV and trichotillomania.
Dr. McKinney is an advocate for others, as she is involved in several community outreach programs. Professional memberships include: American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, Collaborative Family Health Care Association.
Bridget Klick is a neurofeedback technician that works with Arlene Foreman to help people unlock the full potential of their brain. She is very passionate about the study of neurofeedback. Bridget enjoys helping clients set and achieve their goals.