Dale Allgeier, LCSW

You have the power, at any given moment, to say “Oh no, this is not how this story is going to end”. My passion is helping you find peace in your life by assisting to empower you to succeed in overcoming difficulties and adversities. I believe therapy is a way to practice and balance strategies of acceptance and change. My style is warm, active and encouraging.

While focusing on issues of the past and future are important to some degree in therapy, or attention will return to the power and wisdom of the present moment. In therapy we will practice increasing moment-to-moment awareness of thoughts, emotions, sensations and behaviors. My approach is rooted in a mindfulness-based cognitive-behavioral model, while integrating other therapeutic modalities to meet my client’s unique needs.

I have extensive experience working with individuals, couples and families who are dealing with such issues as anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress, family difficulties, relationship issues, gender and sexuality issues, grief and loss, separation and divorce/co-parenting, and life transitions. I have specific training and experience working with LGBT individuals, couples and families.

I hold a Bachelors Degree from Mercyhurst College (now University) and a Master of Social Work degree from West Virginia University. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Pennsylvania.


Kelly Bidwell, LCSW

I welcome clients to create a safe and welcoming environment for exploration. I hope to assist clients in reaching their true potential while helping them to create their own unique tool box of skills to maintain health, happiness and resiliency. I take a mindfulness approach to therapy, yet incorporate different therapy modalities to fit each client’s need. I develop and incorporate the building of coping strategies while staying connected to mind and body, helping clients find their own strengths and voice in this world.

I specialize in working with the LGBT population. I also specialize in women’s issues and relationship issues. I work with individuals, couples and families.

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Pennsylvania. I obtained my undergraduate degree from Gannon University in Social Work and a Master’s degree from Edinboro University, also in Social Worker.

I am the mother of two beautiful daughters.


Brenda Wiler, LSW

My approach to therapy is helping individuals, couples and families deal, heal and grow through the inevitable seasons of change inherent in our lives. My style is warm and collaborative, helping you to reveal who you are, what you feel and think and what you want and need, while supporting you in critical examination of the challenges you face. Together we create goals, develop strategies and engage in ongoing interactions that move you towards meaningful paths of change.

My training and life’s experiences are uniquely suited to helping clients with family issues, relationship issues, addiction, trauma, grief, loss, and issues related to depression, anxiety and anger control.

I am a Licensed Social Worker in Pennsylvania. I hold a Master’s in Social Work from Edinboro University. I have had experience as case manager and therapist working with individuals with behavioral health issues and physical and mental disabilities for 35 years. I look forward to working with each individual to help them improve the quality of their life.