I’m Amy Waugh (she/her), a licensed clinical social worker and the owner of Pace Counseling. What’s happening in the here and now that you notice is impacting your life? The choices we make, the resources available to us, and the quality of our relationships are central to our health. 

My therapy style is direct, interactive, curious, and present-focused. My clinical lens lines up best with theories centered on the present moment, the social environment, and stretching our thoughts and behaviors to move toward a more meaningful life. The collaborative bond in the therapy relationship and modalities including ACT, DBT, relational, and feminist therapies can be effective treatments to find relief or get unstuck. 

My work in the community as a clinical social worker inspired me to create Pace as a space for both independent and collaborative practice. We notice or change the pace of our lives, relationships, and environments. Courage, compassion, connection, and action can help us move in a desired direction. 

Amy Waugh LCSW

Amy Waugh wearing a green dress.
Licensed Clinical
Social Worker in Pennsylvania

Master's in Social Work from Temple University Harrisburg

National Association of Social Workers Member

Certificate in Clinical Supervision from Temple University
Mood and anxiety struggles

Career and workplace issues

Difficulty in relationships

Mindfulness based practices

Living with new or chronic health issues

Treatment modalities include:

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

Interventions from Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

Narrative Therapy

Solution Focused Therapy

Mindfulness based practices
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Brooke Pfisterer wearing a blue shirt.

I’m a radically gentle and direct therapist who believes that people deserve to have their whole story heard. My career as a licensed clinical social worker is informed by my years of practice in working with folks who have experienced violence and the impact of trauma on their lives. I believe that therapy is a collaborative effort between client and therapist to create space for growth in the face of adversity. Enhancing safety, providing unconditional positive regard, and focusing on clients’ strengths are the key aspects of my therapeutic style. 

Brooke Pfisterer LCSW, CCTP-II

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Masters in Social Work from Shippensburg University

Bachelor of Science in Psychology from The Pennsylvania State University

Certified Clinical Trauma Professional Level II (CCTP-II)

Certified in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Trauma

Intimate Partner Violence and Sexual Violence

Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse

Gender and Sexuality Affirming

Kink and Sex Positive

Body Image and Weight Inclusive
Treatment modalities include:

trauma informed care with a feminist and culturally sensitive approach, relational therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, narrative therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy, interventions from dialectical behavioral therapy, as well as utilization of mindfulness, art, somatic work, and body movement
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