Janine Schroeder, Psy.D.
Dr. Schroeder received her doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology from Chestnut Hill College in 2007. She conducts individual, family, and couples counseling with people ages 16 and older. Her main specialty is working with people that have been through a traumatic experience, but also works with helping others cope with issues such as depression and anxiety. She focuses on coping with current stressors in one’s life and also past emotional injuries that people may still be healing from. Working on communicating with others more effectively in order to get one’s own needs met and avoid problematic and painful relationships is also an important strategy that Dr. Schroeder uses to help those with whom she works. Her theoretical orientation is eclectic, using psychodynamic, interpersonal, and cognitive strategies when appropriate. Dr. Schroeder also believes heavily in integrating spirituality with psychology and where appropriate uses principles of Christianity in her practice with patients.