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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Tag Archives: mental health
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
The Depression and Bipolar Support Group that I moderate on Monday nights in Drexel Hill, PA is doing well and seeking new members! Come and join us! http://nateprentice.wordpress.com/depression-and-bipolar-therapy-group/
The following are some good suggestions for first steps to take to address panic attacks and depression. Panic attacks and depression usually go hand-in-hand, especially with women. However, they are very treatable and can be managed well. What I usually … Continue reading
New Therapy Groups for Depression and Bipolar Disorder Forming Feeling low all the time? Unable to find joy in life? Difficult to get out of the house? Having too much joy to the point that it interferes with your … Continue reading
NAMI, if you don’t already know, is the premier advocacy organization for the seriously mentally ill. They are among the chief spokespeople. Here is a Reuters report on their position re health care reform. http://www.reuters.com/article/pressRelease/idUS207185+10-Sep-2009+PRN20090910?sp=true
One of my pet peeves as a therapist is when someone says, “I’m suffering from depression” or “I suffer with bipolar disorder” or the like. To me it just sounds like someone is defining their life by their mental illness, … Continue reading