A full list of treatment issues can be found here


 
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Randall B. Hicks, PsyD, MABC, MABS

Treatment IssuesUnresolved grief/depression, marital conflict, sexual abuse recovery (men and women), sexual addiction, anxiety, trauma issues, grief and loss, personality and mood disorders, anger, identity issues

Education and Training
Dr. Hicks received his Master of Arts degree and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (PsyD) from Widener University in 2001. Previous to this he also earned a Master of Arts degree in Biblical Counseling (MABC) from Colorado Christian University in 1991, and a Master of Arts degree in Biblical Studies (MABS) from Dallas Theological Seminary in 1990. Dr. Hicks completed his pre-doctoral internship at Lenape Valley Foundation, a community mental health center, performing psychotherapy with children, adolescents, and adults. He completed dual post-doctoral internships at Diane Langberg & Associates in Jenkintown, PA in psychotherapy, and at the Council Rock School District in psychological assessment.

Background and Experience
Dr. Hicks has been a therapist in private practice in the greater Philadelphia area since 1991 and is licensed in the state of Pennsylvania as a clinical psychologist. He has several years of experience teaching at the graduate level in the counseling program at Philadelphia Biblical University. Dr. Hicks is also certified in the state of Pennsylvania as a school psychologist and works in the Council Rock School District. He has experience working in both child and adult residential psychiatric settings and a residential treatment program for sexual addiction.

Special Interests and Services
Dr. Hicks has expertise in individual, group and couples therapy. He has special interests in marital therapy with pastors and their spouses. Dr. Hicks also has experience working with issues of sexual brokenness. As a Christian psychologist, Dr. Hicks views people through the lenses of creation, the fall, and redemption. His counseling model is dynamic and interpersonal focusing on relational patterns that began in the past yet are maintained in the present through self-reinforcing cycles of interacting. Change is insight-oriented in so far as an understanding of the past sheds light on the present promoting a new depth of awareness of responsibility and choice. Contact Randy


Christina Gilardi, LPC

Treatment Issues
Anxiety disorders, Addiction & Substance Abuse, Depression, Behavioral Issues, Codependency, Cooccurring/Dual Diagnosis, Coping Skills/Healthy Methods of Coping, Family Conflict, Grief and Loss, Identity Development, Impulse Control, Life Transitions, Marriage and Family Therapy, Mindfulness, Mood Disorders, Parenting Issues, Peer Relationships, Personality Disorders, Oppositional Defiance Disorder (ODD), Relationship Issues, Self-Care, Self-Esteem, Stress Management, Suicidal Ideation, Teens/Adolescents, Trauma and PTSD

Education and Training
Christina received her Bachelor of Arts from Temple University and then continued her studies at Cairn University where she earned her Master of Science in Counseling. She also passed her National Boards and received her accreditation of Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC) and Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Pennsylvania.

Background and Experience
Christina has had experience working with Oasis Counseling Center with a focus on Christian counseling and serving clients through individual counseling, marriage and family counseling. She also has experience working at the inpatient level of care while working at Today Inc. with cooccurring and dual diagnosis clients. In addition, Christina has experience working with individuals, couples and families that struggle with addiction and other concerns of mental health.

Special Interests and Services
Christina enjoys working with a variety of clients and focuses her efforts on a cognitive behavioral therapy approach (CBT) that encourages the clients to see how their thoughts can have an impact on their subsequent feelings and behaviors. She also favors utilizing the Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) approach and an Adlerian approach to therapy. There is a focus on utilizing mindfulness and grounding techniques and working to introduce clients to a healthier way of thinking by working through foundational core beliefs in a setting that encourages safety, trust and a connection with spirituality.

Additional Information
Christina has professional affiliations through the American Psychological Association (APA) and the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC). Christina is also bilingual and can speak fluently in Spanish. In her spare time, Christina enjoys going running, reading, being outside and spending time with her husband and three children. Contact Christina


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Eileen Hemming, MA

Treatment Issues
Anxiety, Depression, Early Life Trauma, Life Transitions, Parenting Issues, Women in Crisis, Abuse, Domestic Violence, Grief and Loss, and Codependency

Education and TrainingMaster of Arts in Counseling from Biblical Theological Seminary, 2012. Bachelor of Science in Communications Disorders from the University of New Hampshire, 1982. Currently Eileen is working toward state licensure.

Background and ExperienceEileen has over 25 years of professional experience counseling and teaching individuals across the life span. As a Developmental Specialist, Eileen has helped children and their families face the educational and emotional/psychological challenges unique to families raising children with special needs. As a professional mental health counselor, Eileen has experience working in a community counseling center helping men and women find freedom from their particular struggles, past and present. She has led women’s groups that emphasized codependency issues.

Special Interests and Services
Eileen has special interest in a whole person approach to counseling, and invites her clients to explore the interconnectedness of mind, body and spirit on an individual’s overall mental, emotional, physical and spiritual health. Eileen specializes in the effects of addiction on family members, grief/loss, past and present trauma, parenting, relational discord, abuse issues, and codependency. She seeks to provide a safe and nurturing environment for the individuals she counsels.

Additional Information
Eileen and her husband Mark live in Newtown. She enjoys spending time with her family, which includes two sons, tending to her garden, reading, cooking, and anything outdoors – especially the ocean. Eileen is a member of GracePoint Church, where she is active with the women’s Bible study ministry. Contact Eileen

 

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Marsha Hicks, LPC

Treatment Issues
Treatment Issues Anxiety, Depression, Marriage and Couples Counseling, Premarital Counseling, Parenting Issues, Single Parenting Issues, Trauma/Sexual Abuse Recovery, Adolescent Issues, Spiritual Issues, Domestic Abuse, including Coercive Relationship Abuse, Sexual Brokenness, Grief and General Relationship Issues

Education and Training
Master of Science in Counseling from Cairn University, 1995. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Pennsylvania.

Background and Experience
Practicing as a mental health counselor since 1995, Marsha’s experience ranges from private practice counseling, counseling in a church setting, to case management for at-risk youth in a high school setting. Marsha has also volunteered as a group facilitator for women who struggle with sexual brokenness. She also helped lead counselor training labs at Cairn. In 2003, she joined with her husband in the establishment of Randall B. Hicks, PsyD and Associates.

Special Interests and ServicesMarsha received her Master of Science in Counseling from Cairn University. She has over 20 years of experience providing therapy to individuals, families, couples and groups. She specializes in issues related to sexual trauma/abuse, anxiety disorders, depression, parenting issues, marital infidelity and conflict, domestic violence and coercive abuse in relationships, grief, managing stress, managing chronic pain/illness, spiritual concerns and relationship issues. She also utilizes Prepare Enrich resources for premarital counseling services. Marsha's counseling is insight-oriented and psycho-dynamic, drawing out the individual's story to reveal destructive patterns in relationship that currently prohibit healthy relating.

Additional Information
Additional Information Marsha and Randy have been married since 1996 and have 3 adolescent children. She enjoys speaking to women’s groups about parenting issues, spiritual concerns and general women’s issues. In her spare time she loves to cook, garden, hang out with her family, and watch any show made by the BBC. Contact Marsha

 


Roger E. Pickard, MSCC, MA

Treatment Issues
Anxiety, Depression, Marital Conflict Resolution, Premarital Counseling, Career and Midlife Issues, Parenting Issues

Education and Training
Master of Science in Christian Counseling from Philadelphia Biblical University, 2005. Master of Arts in Education from Seton Hall University, 2000.

Background and Experience
Roger joined the counseling staff at Randall B. Hicks and Associates in 2006. He has additional extensive experience as both a Career Management Consultant and a Human Resources Professional. He has also previously served on the adjunct faculty at Philadelphia Biblical University and at Fairleigh Dickinson University.

Special Interests and Services
Roger enjoys working with adults and couples. His counseling style is collaborative, relational and insight-oriented. He believes that change occurs in counseling through the development of a safe and authentic relationship where clients feel free to explore their issues and concerns in depth.

Additional Information
Roger is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC). He has been married since 1978 and has 3 daughters. Roger is active as a small group leader in his church. Contact Roger


Andrew Reynolds, LPC 

Treatment Issues
Anxiety, Depression, Behavioral Issues, Codependency, Coping Skills/Healthy Methods of Coping, Family Conflict, Grief and Loss, Identity Issues, Impulse Control, Life Transitions, Marriage, Mindfulness, Mood Disorders, Peer Relationships, Personality Disorders, Relationship Issues, Self-Care, Teens/Adolescents, 

Education and Training
Andy received a dual Bachelor's Degree in Bible and in Youth Ministry at Cairn University and later continued at Cairn to earn his Master of Science in Counseling. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Pennsylvania.

Background and Experience
Andy has been working in private practice since 2014. He has been able to serve individuals, married couples and families with a wide range of concerns. Andy has found that his clients have been most helped by building a strong therapeutic relationship that allows them to consider their own context and perceptions, and then help them to make new paths for their behaviors and emotions.

Special Interests and Services
Andy is available to work with individuals and couples. He specializes in depression, anxiety, relationship issues, spiritual issues, conflict, and marriage therapy.When working with individuals, Andy often uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) as a way to help people challenge their thinking and change their behavior. This change helps to decrease emotional distress and increase satisfaction. When Andy works with couples he approaches therapy with Emotionally Focused Therapy, teaching couples to identify unhealthy patterns of communication, create emotional safety, and begin new healthy ways of communicating and collaborating on goals together. In addition, Andy has specialized training in EMDR.

Additional Information
Andy is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC). In his spare time, he enjoys hiking, camping, kayaking, woodworking, and spending time with his family. Andy is a member of the Campus Leadership Team at the church his family attends. Contact Andrew