MALVERN THERAPY ASSOCIATES
Welcome to Malvern Therapy Associates
Providing Individual Counseling, Couples Therapy and Family Therapy in
Individual Counseling in Paoli, PA
For a very long time, Paoli was the western terminus of the Pennsylania Railroad Commuter trains. The railroad represents an important aspect of Paoli because for generations has connected Philadelphia and the Main Line.
According to the United States Census Bureau, Paoli has a total area of 2 square miles, with a population of about 6000 people. the town is part of the Tredyffrin / Easttown School District and the Great Valley School District.
Couples Therapy and Family Therapy in Paoli, PA
Malvern Therapy Associates provides quality care to the residents of Paoli, PA and the surrounding areas.
We specialize in everything from Family Counseling to Relationships & Divorce. It is our duty to improve the lives of our clients as well as their loved ones through helping them deal with stress.
Michele Amen is a licensed, professional counselor who will work to help motivate, encourage and support clients to make choices that will improve their day-to-day lives, relationships and overall satisfaction.
Therapy Services in Paoli, PA
Here at Malvern Therapy Associates, we work with our clients to provide them with all of the therapy services they may need. Whether it be individual, family, or couples counseling, our team has got you covered. We seek to create a safe environment for our clients that allows them to speak freely and get to the core of any issues. If you live in the Paoli area and are interested in starting therapy, give us a call today at Malvern Therapy Associates.
Successful therapy is based on several factors. Experience, knowledge, compassion, patience and understanding all contribute to good outcomes. Michele also understands the importance of having the right fit in a counselor. Click below to see if Michele is well suited for you
“Why did I do that again last night?”
“Why do we keep fighting?”
“Everything I do is wrong”
“Why don’t I enjoy my job anymore?”
“I wish I could stop reacting so emotionally to him.”