Danielle Trimarco, LCSW 

Danielle Trimarco is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) with over 15 years of experience in the behavioral health field, across diverse settings. Danielle works with adults, young adults and adolescents, and provides individual therapy and couples' counseling.  Danielle specializes in treating anxiety disorders, autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, depression, PTSD, as well as relationship issues, managing work stress and other life transitions.  


Danielle’s strong interpersonal skills, extensive experience in the field combined with an open-minded and collaborative style, create a fertile environment for growth and transformation. Danielle works with her clients to identify and consider all the elements impacting their experience. Together she and the client examine the individual’s physical health, work environment, financial situations, relationship with self and others. She assists and empowers clients to recognize their strengths and best utilize their talents to create positive change. Through a cognitive behavioral lens, she selects the most appropriate theory or tools for each client.

Danielle completed her undergraduate studies at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. She graduated with her Master’s degree from University of South Carolina.

Amanda Roberts, LMFT

Amanda Roberts is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT) with 12 years of experience in the behavioral health field across various settings including community, inpatient, residential, and school-based. Amanda works with children, adolescents, and adults providing individual, family, and couples therapy. She is certified in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and specializes in treating PTSD, depression, anxiety, ADHD, grief/loss, adjustment, anger, and relational disruptions. 


Amanda’s treatment approach is based in systemic theory that considers all parts of a person in the context of their larger systems.  She uses eclectic and integrative techniques to meet the individual needs of her clients including CBT, mindfulness, motivational interviewing, and experiential processing. Her style is warm, collaborative and client-centered.


Amanda graduated from Saint Vincent College with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and obtained her Masters’s degree in Marriage & Family Therapy from Seton Hill University in 2014.

Karen Donahoe, LCSW

Karen Donahoe is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with 9 years of experience working in various settings providing individual, family, and crisis counseling.  Karen has worked in a variety of settings including wraparound, residential, partial hospitalization and employee assistance program. Karen treats adolescents and young adults. Karen specializes in treating depression, anxiety disorders, grief and loss, stress management, life transitions, autism spectrum disorders & social skills. She enjoys working with parents as they navigate helping and supporting their child.


Karen believes rapport and trust are at the core of a therapeutic relationship and focuses on making her office space a safe and non-judgmental zone for her clients.  Karen approaches therapy from a person-centered and holistic focus. She uses evidence - based treatments including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. 


Karen completed her undergraduate studies at Edinboro University. She completed her graduate degree at the University of Pittsburgh.

Dr. Marta McClintock-Comeaux, PhD, LSW

Dr. Marta McClintock-Comeaux earned her PhD in Family Studies/Family Science from The University of Maryland, her Masters in Social Work from The University of Michigan, and her undergraduate degree in Education from Bucknell University. 


In her work with both individual adult clients and couples, Dr. McClintock-Comeaux has a strengths based, systems approach. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) strategies, which are adapted to address the unique needs of each client, are integrated into her work with adults. As a Professor of Social Work and Director  of Women/Gender Studies, Marta is well versed in foundational and cutting-edge theory and practice in the field. 


Marta specializes in working with adults, individually and with couples. She is trained in Gottman Therapy, levels 1 and 2, and completed trainings in couples theory and skills therapy with Esther Perel’s model, the PREP Approach, and a wide variety of additional models. Dr. McClintock-Comeaux collaborates with couples to increase the interactions and improve the skills that build respect, empathy, connection, and trust and facilitates the process of working through many of the most common challenges for individuals and couples such as work/family “balance”, the rollercoaster ride of parenting, intimacy/disconnection, and conflicts related to time/technology/sex/money/extended family that rear their heads at some point in most committed couple partnerships. 


Anxiety, depression, grief/loss, confidence/self-esteem issues, life transitions, illnesses, and sometimes trauma are part of the human experience. Dr. McClintock-Comeaux’s work with clients utilizes research informed strategies to help clients build skills, shift perspectives, gain support, and to navigate these challenges in the healthiest ways possible.