Doctor Crall has been working as a therapist since 1999, establishing her private practice in 2010. Her wide variety of therapeutic experiences have prepared her well for the diversity of needs seen in her current practice. She has worked in schools for children with emotional and behavioral needs, college counseling centers, and community counseling agencies meeting the needs of individuals, couples, and families. Dr. Crall has presented her own research addressing supervision and ethics at professional conferences both locally and internationally. She continues to present at local community organizations on such topics as: self-injury, body image, eating disorders, and parenting. She maintains membership with professional organizations such as the American Psychological Association, and the Pennsylvania Counseling Association.
A note from Dr. Crall:
I have a deep admiration for my clients' willingness to share their lives with me in order to see changes. I strive to understand the individual needs of each person with whom I work, emphasizing the therapeutic relationship as primary to any treatment, while integrating the best of what the science of clinical psychology offers. I am committed to helping my clients build on their strengths so they may improve their interpersonal relationships, generate a healthy self image, and manage clinical symptoms.