Stephanie Berlin is a Behavioral Health Therapist working in the Women's Treatment Continuum. She meets patients where they are in order to get them where they want to be, using her skill and experience to design treatment plans that meet each patient’s needs.
She provides individual therapy, facilitates group therapy, and offers educational lectures on topics such as mindfulness-based stress reduction, dialectal behavioral therapy, trauma, and PTSD.
Stephanie started at Caron in 2017 as a counselor assistant, worked in the opioid treatment programming with men's services in 2020, then moved to her current position in 2022.
With proper education, which is a key component of treatment at Caron, Stephanie believes that patients gain insight and awareness of their need to change and an understanding of the impact of the disease of addiction. At that point, they are more receptive to treatment and seeking recovery.
Stephanie is a national certified counselor with a Master of Arts in clinical counseling from Alvernia University in Reading, Pennsylvania. She has a Bachelor of Arts is in behavioral health, also from Alvernia University.
One of the major reasons I work at Caron is because we treat the whole person, not just the addiction. Our patient-centered approach encompasses behavioral health, psychological services, attention to spirituality, and medical needs, allowing me to provide the services my patients need.”