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Ryan Bowers, PhD, LPC, NCC


  • Ryan Bowers
    PhD, LPC, NCC

    I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Pennsylvania who primarily focuses on working with individuals, couples, and families who desire change.  Working in a collaborative effort with clients on Mood Disorder issues, LGBTQIA issues, Adjustment Issues, Substance Abuse Issues, and Educational/Career Issues is the cornerstone of my training.  When I am not working with clients, I can be found teaching at Immaculata University, where I am an Assistant Professor in the Graduate Department of Psychology and Counseling.  Most of my free time is spent with his partner, Beth, and my two cats, Annie Oakley and Bruce Wayne, when I’m not on working on research projects or presenting at professional conferences.

    Session/Treatment Types:
    Individuals
    Group
    Couples
    Family

    Treatment Age Groups:
    Ages 14 to 17 (adolescents)
    Ages 18 to 25 (young adults)
    Ages 26 to 64 (adults)

    Treatment Specialties:
    Academic Underachievement
    Anger Management
    Borderline Personality
    Depression
    Dual Diagnosis
    Gender Identity
    Men’s Issues
    Parenting
    Self-Esteem
    Sexuality
    Addiction
    Anxiety
    Career Counseling
    Domestic Abuse/Violence
    Emotional Disturbance
    Life Coaching
    Mood Disorders
    Personality Disorders
    Sex Therapy
    Substance Abuse
    Alcohol Abuse
    Bipolar Disorders
    Cognitive/Thinking Disorders
    Drug Abuse
    Family Conflict
    Martial+Premarital Counseling
    Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD)
    Relationship Issues
    Sexual Abuse
    Testing and Evaluation

    Treatment Preferences:
    Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)
    Family/Marital
    Narrative
    Solution-Focused Brief Therapy
    Existential
    Humanistic
    Good Lives Model (GLM)
    Family Systems
    Motivational Interviewing
    Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT)

    Credentials and Trainings:
    Licensed Professional Counselor  in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
    Albright College, B.S. in Applied Psychology/Organizational Behaviors
    Immaculata University, M.A. in Counseling Psychology
    Duquesne University, Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision
    National Certified Counselor (NCC) by the National Board for Certified Counselors
    Additional trainings include Clinical Supervision (40-hour classroom instruction, 100-hour practicum, and 300-hour internship completed at Duquesne University), Strengthening Families Program Provider (CGRC), Pharmaceutical Experimental Research Data Collection (CGRC), PCPC Substance Abuse Assessment Trainings (2nd and 3rd Editions), CITI Ethical Research Training and Certification, and Animal Assisted Therapy Training (PESI)

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