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Led by Drs Langberg and Monroe, our associates use their expertise to address complications from experiences of trauma, abuse and a wide variety of mental health challenges.



Dr. Ingelse is a psychologist, working primarily with children, adolescents and adults. Her special interests include trauma and abuse, anxiety, depression, school difficulties, separation anxiety, parent-child relationships, adoption and parenting. Concerned with the vulnerable of this world, she has traveled twice to India where she worked with orphans and trained staff from the tsunami disaster in 2005, and to Rwanda where she assisted in training of caretakers.  She also speaks on a variety of topics, including anxiety, depression, parenting, and responding to sexual abuse of children.


Dr. McFee is a licensed psychologist with over 20 years of clinical experience.  He has taught extensively at the university level in counseling and psychology.  He utilizes a custom-tailored approach that includes process-oriented experiential psychotherapy, psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, and collaborative problem-solving therapies.  Areas of expertise include Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Major Depression, Anxiety Disorders, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Sex Addiction, and Food Addiction.  Dr. McFee has advanced training in marital therapy using Emotion Focused Couples Therapy.



Zac is a nationally certified, licensed professional counselor with a Masters degree from Missio Seminary’s Graduate School of Counseling. He brings experience in bi-vocational ministry and 5 years in the field of mental health. Areas of special interest include depression, anxiety, attention issues, family discord, relational complications, church discipline & mediation, technology issues, and spiritual crisis.

His work in hospice bereavement programs has developed a passion for end of life issues, caregiver burnout, boundary issues, compassion fatigue, grief & loss, and post-traumatic stress. Zac is an active member of the ACA (American Counseling Association) and the AACC (American Association of Christian Counselors) and is committed to being a lifelong learner. He believes an effective counseling relationship must include safety and a willingness to listen, in addition to evidence-based interventions and techniques informed by an individual’s journey of faith.

Elizabeth C. “Betsy” Burton, MA, LMFT

Betsy received her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Reformed Theological Seminary and has provided therapy and supervision in community behavioral health settings for over 20 years. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) and former Supervisor and Director of Training for Family First, an intensive, home-based family therapy program.

Betsy has supervised and trained therapists in Eco-Systemic Structural Family Therapy (ESFT) for many years. She has also completed training in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT) and in Adventure Based Counseling Interventions. She has experience treating families facing parent/child relational issues, mood disorders, child and adolescent behavioral problems, autism spectrum disorders, trauma and abuse, marital and parental distress, and grief within the family context.

Betsy specializes in supporting individuals, families and couples to develop more effective relationships as they face the challenges of life together. She creates a nurturing environment and uses an interactive, experiential approach to assist families in finding new paths toward satisfying connection in the places they find themselves lonely and disconnected. Betsy enjoys serving in her local church through home group, summer camp and music ministry. She is also an Approved Supervisor with the
American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) and enjoys helping therapists develop their skills and obtain licensure.


Scott is a licensed therapist with over 20 years’ experience. He has worked in the fields of Foster Care and Adoption in the Philadelphia area, developing innovative programs for children with specialized behavioral health and medical needs.

Scott works with children, adolescents, families and couples. His specialties include abuse, adoption, sexual identity, anger management, communication difficulties, transition and life changes, marital conflicts, and children, teen and family issues. He has received his Certification in Couples Therapy Level 1 from The Gottman Institute.

Scott serves in a leadership capacity in his church, specifically in the areas of child safety and the needs of trauma and sexual abuse survivors. Scott is married with 3 adult daughters and 3 grandsons.


Dana se especializa en ser una compañera segura para personas que están recuperando de un trauma, abuso espiritual, y relaciones y sistemas narcisistas.

Dana specializes in being a safe companion for those recovering from trauma, spiritual abuse, and narcissistic relationships and systems. She has significant clinical experience working with youth and adults, survivors of sexual assault and violent crime, and refugees and immigrants, on issues including PTSD, anxiety, depression, grief, and domestic abuse. Her passion is cultivating post-traumatic growth in those who have been devastated by others’ misuse of power and preventing that type of abuse through prevention-based training in churches, schools, and organizations.

Dana holds a Master of Arts in Counseling at Missio Seminary and a Master of Arts in Theological Studies from Covenant Theological Seminary and is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She works as a bilingual therapist for unaccompanied children, with previous employment as a trainer in Bible-based trauma healing throughout Latin America and the U.S. and as a secondary school teacher.


Ms. King is a licensed professional counselor who joined the practice in 1999.  She has over 30 years of clinical experience in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Ms. King’s present areas of focus include working with complex trauma, eating disorders, depression and anxiety issues with teens (16+) and adults. She is also a registered telehealth provider for the state of Florida.

Aside from her clinical experience, Ms. King has traveled to a variety of countries and places within the U.S., supporting the care and training of counselors, pastors in trauma informed care.  Her work in training others has included involvement with the Global Trauma Recovery Institute at Missio Theological Seminary in providing opportunities for immersion experiences with students of the program. Her work in these areas has enabled her to increase her understanding and interest in providing care in cross-cultural settings. She also serves on the board of Quest Trauma Healing Centers She is married and has three daughters.


“Those who live in a dark land, the light will shine on them.” – Isaiah 9:2b Experiencing the light that overcomes the darkness…..Wherever you may find yourself – in a difficult relationship, depressed, anxious and full of fear, grieving a loss, or traumatized from abuse – there is hope! It is my desire to encourage you, to support you, to walk with you in your struggle. To help make confusing things clear, the heavy burden a little lighter, to be with you in the darkness and to help you move into the light. Life is hard and we are not meant to go through the journey alone.

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) offering over 20 years of clinical experience. Earning my Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from Immaculata University and over 15 years with Diane Langberg, Ph.D. & Associates allows me to offer a clinically and spiritually competent therapeutic approach to help bring healing to mind and spirit. Drawing from varying theoretical perspectives I help individuals better understand themselves and others, and use clinically-proven strategies to overcome obstacles to emotional health and well-being.

Experience includes work with adolescents, adults, and couples.  Areas of interest include depression, anxiety, physical and sexual abuse, PTSD, co-dependency, and marital difficulty.  Additionally, I offer supervision to those seeking LPC status.


Ms. Rowan Moore received a Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work at New York University. She has been certified in Critical Incident Stress Management to work with individuals and groups. Ms. Moore has over 22 years of clinical experience, working in various hospitals, clinics, and outpatient settings.

Rowan is a Certified Sand Tray Therapist and has completed her training in Emotionally Focused Therapy with couples and individuals.  Special interests include PTSD, marital problems, custody,  adjustment disorders, parent-child conflicts, relationship problems, spiritual guidance, and cross-cultural issues, grief/loss, sexual abuse, depression, anxiety, domestic violence, Obsessive/Compulsive disorder, infidelity, anger management, divorce, boundary issues, and individual, family and couples therapy. She provides online/telephone counseling. Ms. Moore is CISM/CISD certified. She also provides training & workshops on a variety of psychological and relational topics for audiences such as parents, teachers, churches, healthcare workers.

She has gained inner-city experience providing therapeutic services for individuals, groups, and families at Esperanza Health Center and The Place of Refuge in Philadelphia. She has spoken on topics such as shame, trauma, domestic violence, singles’ relationships, and sexual abuse. In November 2005 she went to Coimbatore, India to provide grief and trauma therapy to Tsunami orphans ( She was the plenary speaker at The Critical Incident Stress Management Conference in Trinidad, West Indies in June 2007.


Ms. Mutch is a licensed professional counselor with a Master’s degree in Counseling from Missio Seminary.  She brings 20 years of experience in the field of mental health. Her areas of special interest include depression, anxiety, ADD, relational issues, marital conflict, grief/loss, abuse, and life transitions.

Because of her prior experience working in the corporate environment as an Ombudsman, Ms. Mutch also has interests in boundary issues, career transitions, and the psychological impacts of company-downsizing.  As an Ombudsman, she advised and helped clients resolve work-related issues in a confidential and supportive environment. She is also certified as a workplace mediator.


Ms. Russell-Nisbet. is a licensed social worker with a master’s degree in social work from Marywood University. Her special interests include domestic abuse, anxiety, depression, early life trauma, grief and loss, spiritual direction, life transitions and personal, marital and ministry conflict. Ms. Russell-Nisbet was in full time ministry for twelve years co-directing a residential home for
troubled youth and their families. She worked as a counselor/advocate in a safe house for women and children who were survivors of domestic violence. She has two married sons and a daughter in college.


Jon Sovocool is a licensed professional counselor with a master’s degree in counseling from Missio Seminary (formerly Biblical Theological Seminary). He has previously worked at outpatient counseling centers and community residential programs. Additionally, Mr. Sovocool assessed the readiness of Serge missionary candidates for cross-cultural missions. Currently, he is the Lead Counselor at ServingLeaders Ministries. Mr. Sovocool also serves as an adjunct professor at the Missio Graduate School of Counseling. His areas of interest include addictions, anxiety, depression, Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFCT), bipolar disorder and anger management. He is married and has four young children.


Ms. Staley has over 25 years’ experience counseling individuals and families.  She is a clinical member of The American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy and a certified biblical counselor.  Ms. Staley is an adjunct professor at The Center for Urban Theological Studies/Geneva College.

Ms. Staley’s areas of specialization include marriage and relationship problems, premarital counseling, single parenting, and trauma and abuse.  Specific issues and struggles unique to pastor’s/minister’s marriages and families are special areas of interest.  She has been actively involved as a minister’s/pastor’s wife for 40 years.   An author and lecturer, Ms. Staley conducts seminars and speaks nationally at women and family conferences. Publications: Biblical Counseling: Confronting Tough Issues: Domestic Abuse co-author Dr. Kenneth Staley, Dr. Lee June and Sabrina Black, ed. Zondervan, 2002. Woman to Woman: Bridging the Gap, Mentoring Younger Women, Dr. Novella Carter, ed. Zondervan 1996. The Black Family Past, Present and Future: The Single Parent Female.  Dr. Lee June, ed Zondervan 1994. Self-Counseling Workbook for Single Parents.  Christian Research and Development. Second Edition.


Dari is a licensed clinical social worker with a Masters in Social Work from Rutgers, The State University of NJ. She has been in practice since 1993. Dari counseled at Catholic Charities and a women’s center in NJ before moving to PA.

Dari works with older adolescents (16+) and adults. Her areas of interest are sexual abuse and rape, PTSD, dysfunctional and abusive relationships, dating issues, co-dependency, anxiety, depression, chronic illness, and spiritual abuse. Throughout her work she is sensitive to and respectful of individual faith journeys. She also practices with Barbara W. Shaffer, PhD &  Associates in Chadds Ford, PA.


Ms Tornetta received a Master’s Degree in counseling from Biblical Theological Seminary and currently works with adolescences and adults through individual, pre-marital and marital counseling. Her current areas of interest include eating disorders, body image, sexual abuse and trauma, anxiety, depression, ADD, and couples counseling.

Vicki currently maintains a private practice and previously worked as a therapist for Seeds of Hope, a partial hospitalization program for those struggling with eating disorders. In 2015 she returned to school after raising four adult children and believes that her life experience provides insight and awareness into life’s struggles. She has served on several non-profit boards such as The Clery Center, YoungLives Regional Board, and 2200 Arch Counseling Services. Vicki volunteered as a Special Olympics ski coach, taught women’s Bible study and retreats. She has been married for 29 years.

Vicki is interested in the whole person, paying careful attention to the intersection of spiritual, physical, and emotional health to encourage overall well-being. She believes that the counseling relationship is critical to the healing process and strives to create a warm, genuine, understanding and safe environment, while using evidence-based treatments and Christian interventions. She is an active member of both the ACA-American Counseling Association and AACC-American Association of Christian Counselors.


Dan White is a licensed professional counselor (LPC), who began his career at Liberty University with a degree in psychology and completed his Master’s degree from Cairn University.  He joined Diane Langberg & Associates in 2013, bringing twenty years of licensed clinical experience. His specialized areas are marital relationships, redemptive separation, parenting relationships, domestic violence, trauma, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, sexual addiction, and clergy abuse.
He trained in the Gottman Method in Couples Therapy. Dan received his Certification of a Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT) through the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP). He is an active member of both the American Counseling Association (ACA) and the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC).  Dan has experience and is available to speak at conferences and retreats on issues of parenting, men’s roles, and legacy of relationships, as well as strengthening marital intimacy. Dan draws from his life experience of being married for nearly 30 years and has two adult children.


Jabez graduated with honors with his Masters of Arts in Counseling from Missio Seminary in 2022 and is pursuing licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Pennsylvania. He has a person-centered approach and his preferred methods of counseling include rational emotive behavioral therapy (REBT) and emotionally focused therapy (EFT). Jabez has received training from the Albert Ellis Institute as well as the International Centre for Excellence in EFT.

Jabez is happily married to his wonderful wife River and they have a beautiful daughter, Hosanna Grace, as well as a heart for cross-cultural missions and evangelism. In his free time, Jabez loves to read, play board games (i.e. 7 Wonders and Catan), try new places to eat and cheer on his favorite sports teams who are often underdogs (i.e. the Eagles, Cubs, Canucks and Timberwolves).


BETHANY TYSON, Office Manager

Bethany Tyson joined Diane Langberg, Ph.D. & Associates in 2010. With a B.S. in Rehabilitative Services, Mrs. Tyson’s professional background has included working with children and adults with varying disabilities. She currently volunteers for the Amputee Empowerment Partners as a certified peer-visitor to fellow amputees. Bethany has a passion to see churches establish child safety policies and helped develop her church’s policy manual. She is also an active member of the Safe Church Committee at her church. She enjoys spending time with her family, drawing and relaxing at the beach. She is married and has two sons.

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