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Liz Tomeo, MA, LPC

  • Liz Tomeo
    MA, LPC

    I was born and raised in New Jersey where I was the youngest of 8 children.  Following high school, I majored in Social Work at Albright College in Reading.  After college, I moved to the Boston area before returning to Berks County and receiving my Masters of Art in Counseling from Alvernia College.

    I hold accreditation as a Pennsylvania Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Behavioral Specialist, and a Nationally Certified Counselor.  Working in the field of social services for about 20 years, I have provided behavioral health services to individuals and families from age 5 years old and up. In addition to seeing clients at Emotional Wellness, I also work for a non-profit managed care agency serving primarily Berks County residents. Currently I am honored to serve on the board of the Pennsylvania Association of Licensed Professional Counselors and am a member of the American Counseling Association.

    On the personal side, I am the mother of two children, a son who is a student at Temple University and daughter in high school.  Additionally, I am the owner of 4 dogs, 2 cats, and a bearded dragon.  In my spare time, I enjoy yoga, spending time with friends and family, and playing the guitar.

    Session/Treatment Types:

    Treatment Age Groups:
    Ages 10 to 13 (tweens)
    Ages 18 to 25 (young adults)
    Ages 65+ (seniors)
    Ages 14 to 17 (teens)
    Ages 26 to 65 (adults)

    Treatment Specialties:
    Family conflict
    Relationship Issues
    Self Esteem
    Sexual Abuse
    Women’s Issues

    Treatment Preferences:
    Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)
    Solution Focused Brief

    Credentials and Trainings:
    LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor) in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
    Nationally Certified Counselor awarded by the National Board for Certified Counselors
    LBS (Licensed Behavioral Specialist) in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
    Bachelor of Arts in Social Work from Albright College
    Master of Arts in Community Counseling from Alvernia College
    Certificate in Trauma Informed Care from Drexel University School of Medicine

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