Hello, I’m Dr. Susan Moses, a licensed Clinical Psychologist.
My doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology is from The American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University. My training background includes developmental psychology and pediatric neuropsychology from the Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC, and Maryland. I also have training in Autism spectrum disorders at The Watson Institute in Sewickley, PA, as well as general clinical psychology from the outpatient program at Grafton Integrated Health Network in Leesburg, VA.
I spent two years providing supportive therapy to residents in long-term care and rehabilitation facilities.
My areas of focus are anxiety disorders and depression. The treatment approach I use is mainly cognitive-behavioral therapy with influence from dialectical-behavior therapy and person-centered therapy.
If you or a loved one are suffering from anxiety or depression and want to improve coping skills and overall enjoyment of daily living, then I am the right therapist for you! With attention given to the mind-body connection, I will work with you to help you achieve a better quality of life through improved self-care, a healthier and more positive perspective, and increased engagement in fulfilling activities.
I look forward to meeting you!
Dr. Susan Moses is available for online counseling anywhere in Pennsylvania and in-person counseling across Pennsylvania.
PA License #PS017734
Whether you are suffering from panic attacks, obsessive – compulsive disorder, or generalized anxiety we have therapists who use evidenced-based treatments, such as cognitive-bahavioral therapy, to help you.
Depression, one of the most common mental health disorders, is very treatable. Our therapists are specially trained to help individuals with depression get back to feeling like themselves again.
While we don’t provide couples counseling at Move Forward, many individuals seek counseling to discuss how they can have healthier relationships. Our therapists can help you learn new ways of communicating, setting boundaries, and other ways to have more positive relationships with others.
Trauma symptoms and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can be debilitating for many who experience it. Recovery from trauma is possible and we have therapists who can help.
Reach out today to get started. Our supportive staff will help guide you through the scheduling process, discuss special requests and consult your insurance needs.