Caring, Compassionate, and Competent Psychotherapy and Pastoral Counseling
Nate Prentice is a licensed clinical social worker and pastoral counselor who believes in helping people shine.
With his 23+ years of experience helping thousands of people bring out the good in themselves to cope with difficult situations, he lovingly helps people bring out the best in relationships, coping, and their spirituality and performance.
He has specialties in helping people move from suffering to living with and transcending depression, anxiety, posttraumatic stress, relationship issues, and spiritual crises.
In addition to his counseling experience, he has experience with utilizing Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), a state of the art treatment for traumatic memories, and clinical hypnosis.
Contact him for more information.
Hours & Info610-626-8085M: 1:45-9p; T: 1-9p; W: 9-1p; Th: 9-4:30p; F: 9-4:30p
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Think about this when you think about the Christmas season of buying gifts, standing in long lines, and offering up dollars and cents to Almighty Mammon: in the end, we don’t remember the gifts that we are given. In the … Continue reading
Not all of us are blessed with Norman Rockwell families for Thanksgiving, sadly enough. Some are given families that have more than one turkey at the table. If you have one of those Normal, er, Norman Rockwell families, great! THIS … Continue reading
In other words, be yourself and let yourself be transformed into something special by God in your everyday life.
Following is a wonderful description of what it is like to be recovering from clinical depression, from none other than Will Wheaton, who played possibly the most depressing role ever on TV, that of Wesley Crusher, of Star Trek: The … Continue reading
http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2013/10/24/234737302/therapists-explore-dropping-solo-practices-to-join-groups?goback=%2Egde_4267431_member_5799134027814297601#%21 So, this is what the therapy practice of the future will look like, essentially. It has good and bad things. First off, therapy practices that align with primary care offices will do really, really well. Secondly, therapy practices that … Continue reading
Remembering the 241 Beirut bombing victims and the survivors today. Special prayers go to a classmate of mine and her family at Rota, Spain, whose brother was taken home 30 years ago today. I remember meeting the Marines coming back … Continue reading
Ghosts, ghoulies, goblins. Zombies, Frankensteins, werewolves, vampires. Rapists, murderers, muggers, psycho killers, serial murderers, child abusers, child molesters. All of these are difficult to deal with. Especially at Halloween. When you are a child who has not experienced trauma, going … Continue reading
It is what it is. In this present moment. And, that’s OK. Things will change. When you are overwhelmed, try repeating this over and over and savoring each word for about 30 seconds or so and note if there is … Continue reading