• Adolescent/Teen Issues

  • Adjustment Concerns

  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Anger Management & Impulse Control

  • Bariatric Pre-Surgery Assessment

  • Bariatric Post-Surgery Treatment

  • Body Image Issues

  • Compulsive Spending

  • Coparenting Issues

  • Couples Therapy

  • Depression

  • Domestic Violence/Abuse

  • Educational Concerns

  • Employee Assistance Counseling (EAP)

  • Family Issues

  • Gambling Addiction

  • Gay/Lesbian/Transgender Issues

  • Grief/Bereavement 

  • Infertility Counseling

  • Life Changes

  • Life Coaching

  • Marriage Issues

  • Parent/Child Conflicts

  • Pre-nuptial 

  • Parenting Support

  • Self-Esteem/Self-Confidence Issues

  • Sexual Abuse

  • Soldier's and Families Counseling

  • Stress Management

  • Veteran's Counseling

  • Women's Issues

  • Work/Life Issues

Clinical Areas of Concern
Office Hours

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

 

7:00am-9:00pm

7:00am-9:00pm

7:00am-9:00pm

7:00am-9:00pm

7:00am-9:00pm

7:00am-3:00pm

By Appointment

          Only

Clinical Supervision
LCSW and LPC

​Our office offers clinical supervision services for individuals working   on obtaining their licensure in Pennsylvania. We offer clinical supervision based on your individual needs. The goal of supervision is to assist the supervisee in developing their professional identity – It is in clinical supervision that one learns effective diagnosis, technical skills, emotional balance, treatment modalities and insight into self and others. Supervision sessions can be 1 or 2 hours per week. 

Individual Counseling

In individual counseling, a client meets one-on-one with a professional. Such a working relationship may last for only a few sessions or may continue for much longer, depending on the needs of the client. Clients seek therapy for a variety of reasons with the hope of feeling better overall. Common reasons include: depression, anxiety, family and relationship issues, eating and body image issues and work-related stress.

Family Counseling

Family counseling involves discussion and problem-solving sessions with the family. Some of these sessions may be as a group, in couples or one-on-one. In family therapy, the web of interpersonal relationships is examined and, ideally, communication is strengthened within the family system.

Marital and Relationship Counseling

Relationship counseling is available for both married and unmarried couples. Our counselors may assist clients in addressing some of the following issues: Frequent arguments, poor communication, infidelity, lack of affection and emotional distance. Our counselor's goal is to help you to improve and strengthen your relationship.

 

Co-parent Counseling

Co-parent Counseling helps provide both parents the opportunity to learn how to better co-parent through cooperation, communication, compromise, and consistency. Co-parent counseling can be court ordered or by agreement of both parties. After divorce or separation couples may need to process issues that interfere with their ability to interact with the other in a respectful way regarding their children. Problems that existed with communication in the relationship may carry over after the relationship ends. Co-parent counseling aims to reduce stress and improve family functioning.

Reunification Counseling

Reunification Counseling is aimed at helping a parent and child reestablish a relationship after a period of separation or trauma. Reunification is aimed at identifying and processing issues that have occurred as a result of or leading up to the lack of contact. Reunification therapy is child focused and helps the parent understand their child's needs for an ongoing and healthy relationship. Reunification Counseling can be court ordered or by agreement of both parties.

Home Study & Home Inspections for Child Custody or Adoption

Our professionals are available to complete home studies or home inspections that the court may order. To complete the home study, the counselor will visit the home and collect data on health, medical, legal, other relative family history, and walk through the home to make recommendations.  A comprehensive report is then prepared and submitted to the court.  Our goal is to make the home study process as easy as possible for you, while still meeting the requirements of the State of Pennsylvania.  Please feel free to contact our office to discuss how we can assist your family.

 

Infertility Counseling & Consultation

Infertility challenges can be difficult emotionally, we work to support and assist you in staying strong during this difficult time. We are able to help you sort through your options and make an informed choice.  We work directly with your specialist to provide them the necessary information needed to begin the process.  

Immigration Psychosocial Assessments

​Clinical Immigration Psychosocial Assessments are completed for individuals that are applying for immigrant and non-immigrant visa status. The most common types of cases for which these reports are used include the following: Political Asylum, Extreme/ Exceptional Hardship Waivers, Spousal Abuse, Substantiation of a Good Faith Marriage, and for Victims of Human Trafficking.  We work with your Immigration Attorney to provide a detailed, comprehensive evaluation that is submitted to United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). These psychosocial assessments are submitted to provide additional information to support your request in obtaining Waivers, Asylum, and Cancellation of Removal from the United States. These Evaluations can be conducted in English or Spanish. The evaluator is experienced in working with immigrant populations from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds. Interviews can be conducted in our office and for out of state clients we can set up interviews by Skype. Testimony is available in the event that it is necessary in your case.

 

Anger Management and Violence Prevention

Our program is a 12-week anger and violence prevention program (individual or group if we have one running). Some clients refer themselves to our classes as a direct result of their own upsetting behavior, which they have decided to change. Others are referred due to a precipitating event such as a relationship breakup or disruption with a co-worker in which anger management participation is a condition for reconciliation. Other categories of referrals to our programs are people who are sent through their attorneys, the court system, their therapist, their employer, or at the request of family members. 

 

Supervised Visitation

Supervised visitation is a generic term that describes parent/child contact overseen by a third party. It is also a term for contact between a noncustodial parent and one or more children in the presence of a third person, in which the only focus is the protection and safety of the child and adult participants.  Supportive supervised visitation is contact between a noncustodial parent and one or more children in the presence of a third person, in which the supervisor is actively involved in promoting behavioral change in the parent/child relationships.  We have licensed and master level counselors that are able to provide supervised visitation services in Lehigh County, Northampton County, and Bucks County.

Services Offered

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A New Dawn Psychotherapy Associates LLC

308 E Broad St

Bethlehem, PA 18018

p/ 610-861-8779

f/ 610-861-4677

e/ info@anewdawnpa.com

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A New Dawn Family Solutions

A New Dawn Family Solutions LLC

1180 Route 100

Bechtelsville, PA 19505

p/ 610-427-0619

f/ 610-861-4677

e/ info@andfs.com

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