Angie Shirey, LCSW

Outpatient Therapist, Trainer

Angie works with adults, older adolescents and couples in navigating changes and learning to manage depression, anxiety and other uncertainties that often accompanies a shift in the way we live. Her therapeutic approach is strongly rooted in trauma focused treatment.  She is an EMDRIA EMDR Certified Therapist and is currently pursuing her certification in Relational Life Therapy.  She believes that  we all have the skills and insight to navigate through life but we may just need some help discovering and utilizing them.  After serving in the United States Army, she graduated from Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania with a BA in English and from the University of Pittsburgh with a Master’s Degree in Social Work. She has worked in mental health in a variety of positions, both clinical and administrative. Angie is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Pennsylvania and welcomes clients from all backgrounds, orientations, and traditions.

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Kara Raybuck, LPC

Outpatient Therapist, School Based Counselor

Kara received a degree in Rehabilitation and Human Services with a concentration in substance abuse from Clarion University of Pennsylvania before obtaining a graduate degree in school counseling from Indiana University of Pennsylvania; these areas of study form a strong foundation for her work as a Licensed Professional Counselor.  Her background in agencies and private practice with both individual and groups in an outpatient setting has influenced her therapeutic style. Kara is trained in both trauma and dialectical behavioral therapy. She has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families as well as with the developmentally delayed, those with dual diagnoses, depression, anger management, trauma, and relationship issues providing a broad spectrum of care to her community.

Alena Kupchella Gourley, LSW

Outpatient Therapist, Clinical Hypnotherapist

Alena works with all age groups to manage life changes, grief, trauma and parent-child dynamics. Her approach assists in working together to improve the mind, body and heart connection for those with chronic pain or conditions, trauma, grief, anxiety, phobias or addictions.

Soothing the nervous system and shifting thought patterns can be helped with hypnosis and the other tools we utilize in session and apply in day to day life.

She received her B.S. in Biology and Chemistry from IUP and her Master of Social Work from the University of KY. Further areas of speciality are as a Clinical Hypnotherapist and in Past Life Regression therapy.









Mike Bradley, MS

School Based Mental Health Professional

Michael completed his Masters in Rehabilitative Sciences from Clarion University. He has dedicated the past thirty years to providing guidance and counseling to teenagers and their families. He has given them the direction needed to change their lives for the better. Michael creates a structured and nurturing environment where individuals can reach their fullest potential. Michael is primarily focused on teaching his clients ways to make the cognitive and behavioral changes needed to adopt a healthier thought process and live more productive lives. He has also spent a great deal of his career teaching troubled youth and adults the coping skills needed to address their anger issues and battles with substance abuse. His ability to form positive relationships allows his clients to trust that he will have their best interest at heart.  He  enables many of them to feel safe and utilize the techniques they learn to have better and brighter futures.    


Kyle Hicks, M.Ed.

Outpatient Counselor

Kyle graduated with his Master of Education degree in School Counseling from Indiana
University of Pennsylvania in December of 2020. Throughout Kyle’s counseling work in the
school setting, he is working towards obtaining his Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)
certificate by servicing individuals with a reality and person-centered approach. He has
experience working with children, adolescents, and individuals with disabilities.