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
Nate Prentice is Verified by Psychology Today
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Please visit my new website, take this poll, and please comment at the website about what you think. http://nateprenticetherapy.com, my previous business website, is now moving to what used to be my blog and is now http://vantagepointtherapy.com, my new business website. … Continue reading
Doing some consolidation of my marketing. http://nateprenticetherapy.com is going to the wayside, to be replaced by what was my blog. At this point I’ve just about finished my updated work-related website: http://www.vantagepointtherapy.com. Let me know what you think.
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Hi all. I’m going to be experimenting with a new way to interact with my clients, prospective clients, people who are interested in things related to psychotherapy, and people who just want a fresh perspective on things: through podcasting! What … Continue reading
Even Santa has bad days… However, I’m hoping that you are enjoying your holidays, whether they be Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Yule, Christmas, Forefather’s Day, Pepper Pot Day, or even Seinfeld’s Festivus. Enjoy your time with family or friends, and know that I’m wishing … Continue reading
When I was a teenager, I spent a number of years living in New Milford, CT. New Milford is about two towns away from Newtown. I used to listen to the radio station that people in Newtown listen to. One … Continue reading