Pamela McMullen, LPC, NCC, CCMHC, CADC
“We don’t receive wisdom; we must discover it for ourselves after a journey that no one can take for us or spare us.” – Marcel Proust
Pam is a licensed therapist with nearly 30 years of clinical experience. She began her career as a psychotherapist at a community mental health agency and then directed the operations of an outpatient drug and alcohol clinic.
Pam approaches therapy by drawing from theories and interventions intended to promote self-awareness and intentionality. Her approach is person-centered, flexible and holistic. She believes an authentic therapeutic relationship is the basis for positive change to occur as the therapeutic process unfolds.
She is experienced in treating addictions and co-occurring issues, stress and anxiety, depression and mood disorders, relational difficulties, codependency, and life transitions. She identifies as a cancer survivor providing support to others on the way to finding a “new normal” whose lives are impacted by difficult family situations, addiction, mental illness or an unexpected physical diagnosis.
Pam and her husband live locally and enjoy renovation projects to their 1920’s bungalow home. In her leisure time she especially loves outdoor activities with family and friends. Her year round passions include cross-country skiing in the Adirondacks, cycling, kayaking, and hiking.
B. A. in English, Dickinson College, 1982
M. S. in Community Mental Health Counseling, Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania, 1992
Nationally Certified Counselor, 1992
Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselor, 1998
Licensed Professional Counselor, Pennsylvania, 2002
Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor, Pennsylvania, 2004