Therapist, Group Facilitator
Brian is a graduate of Arcadia University’s Master’s program for Counseling with a concentration in Child and Family Therapy. He earned a Master’s in Business Administration from the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, and a Bachelor’s degree at Villanova University.
Brian’s prior career experience was focused on the Information Technology field including a 20+ year career with Wawa, Inc.
Drawing on his personal life experiences, Brian decided to redirect his career to the field of grief and loss counseling. He is interested in working with people of all ages as they navigate their personal grief journey. Brian focuses on helping each person find meaning through loss and meets with each client using a person-centered approach. Brian brings a deep level of empathy to his clients and is focused on supporting each individual, family, or couple through their journey. He practices daily mindfulness and silent meditation techniques, and is open to including those approaches in supporting others while they navigate the complex, turbulent, and at times traumatic waters of grief.
Brian serves the Center’s clients as a grief therapist as well as a facilitator with our Specialized Adult Groups and with Nello’s Corner. He is a camp counselor at Camp Millie, supports our grief awareness and education efforts, and assists the Center with data systems management and analysis.
If you would like to set up an appointment with Brian, please contact Hannah Feehery, our intake coordinator, at 610-222-4110 ext. 127.