OUR PRACTITIONERS

Dr. Renee Cantwell

Dr. Renee Cantwell -Easton Neuropsychology and Behavioral Services, LLC is founded by Dr. Renee Cantwell, who is a licensed psychologist and clinical neuropsychologist specializing in the evaluation and treatment of adolescents through older adults experiencing cognitive issues. She also provides more general psychological evaluation, treatment, and services. Dr. Cantwell has experience working in both inpatient and outpatient settings (medical and psychiatric), including local hospitals, retirement communities, rehabilitation units, and outpatient locations.

Barry Siegel

Barry Siegel, LCSW – Psychotherapy offers the opportunity for individuals to improve their quality of life with the support and professional experience of a compassionate counselor. I feel privileged to have worked with a diverse population of people in the Lehigh Valley. Every treatment session is individually tailored depending on the type of challenge a client presents, ensuring specific problems or triggers are addressed together during our sessions. My interests and expertise are centered on a solution-focused approach and are applicable to all adult clientele. My theoretical orientation combines traditional modalities with hypnotherapy and mindfulness. The focus of my approach integrates coping skills and holistic social work techniques to empower clients to recognize their personal strengths and utilize them to make healthy, sustainable changes.

Lisa Petrucelli

Lisa Petrucelli, LCSW – I have ten years working in-patient behavioral health as a psychiatric social worker/case manager. I also have case management experience from the child welfare system and then ended my experience in that field as a child protective services supervisor. I have a variety of experiences as a clinician, full time and part time, as well as crisis experience. I have provided psychotherapy on a part time basis for almost 5 years.

Karen Schelling

Karen Schelling, LPC –  There are many models of psychotherapy with underlying philosophies of change.  I use a model that believes healing occurs when we become aware of our issues, increase our insight and learn how to put more effective coping strategies into practice.  I use traditional methodologies, such as cognitive behavioral approaches, as well as creative activities, including guided meditation, relaxation techniques and mindfulness activities.  My approach is strength-based, using a person’s natural skills, talents and abilities in the service of their own healing.  It is a respectful, positive approach, designed to support an individual’s journey toward balance.

Marianne Gorski LPC

Marianne Gorski LPC – Therapy works when you push yourself out of your comfort zone and make a  commitment to change. It’s important that people feel valued, respected, and listened to in the counseling setting. I am here to create a safe environment for you to feel all these things as well as have input into what would make counseling the best experience for you. I strive to work together with you to minimize your symptoms and help you create an improved day to day life. One of the most important aspects in counseling is the relationship between counselor and client. Change happens when a client feels connected with their counselor. I hope to be that positive connection for you.

 Joan Morgan, LCSW – I have over forty years experience in providing services.  My approach is empathetic and supportive in helping clients to identify themes and patterns in behavior, thoughts, and feelings.  With counseling, clients will come to understand problem-solve, and increase insight resulting in positive change and a sense of well-being.  I truly enjoy what I do, and look forward to meeting new clients.