Stephanie Berlin is a behavioral health therapist working in the Partial Hospitalization Program. Stephanie utilizes a person-centered and strengths-based approach to meet patients where they are in order to get them where they want to be, building upon the knowledge and skills acquired in primary treatment to further meet their goals and needs.
She provides individual and group therapy, supporting patients in identifying positive supports, boundaries, and coping skills to assist in early recovery.
In the Partial Hospitalization Program, Stephanie believes patients are provided with a safe and supportive environment to gain insight and awareness into relapse triggers and behaviors that commonly serve as barriers. At that point, they are better able to identify and implement the necessary changes to support ongoing treatment and recovery.
She started at Caron as an undergraduate intern in 2016, became a counselor assistant in 2017, and a behavioral health therapist in 2020 with experience working on the Men’s, Women’s, Relapse, and Opioid Programs.
Stephanie is a licensed professional counselor, certified advanced alcohol and drug counselor, certified clinical trauma professional, and national certified counselor with experience facilitating mindfulness-based stress reduction, dialectical behavioral therapy, and trauma-informed services. She has a Master of Arts in clinical counseling and a Bachelor of Arts in behavioral health from Alvernia University in Reading, Pennsylvania.
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.”