As a Behavioral Health Therapist, Karen Moser provides individualized treatment services for young adult males in primary care at Caron.
She also facilitates group therapy and offers psychoeducation on a range of topics related to addiction and mental health. Connecting with the patients’ families and providing support for them is another critical service she provides.
Karen has 15 years of experience as a therapist for children, youth, and families in residential care as well as in supervisory and administrative clinical roles. She worked at Caron in the Student Assistance Program as a student assistance specialist and a higher education specialist from 2008 to 2015 and returned to Caron in her current role in 2020. Karen also served as the executive director of a nonprofit educational foundation for five years.
She has a Master of Arts in counseling psychology from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania and a certificate in trauma-informed care from Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Karen received a Bachelor of Arts in criminal justice and English from LaSalle University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
I have the most amazing opportunity to be on the front end of patients and families starting their journey of recovery. The hope for the future restores the light in their eyes, and I am blessed to be a part of this experience every day.”