Barbara Noble, Ph.D., LLC
I am a licensed clinical psychologist and certified school psychologist with extensive training and experience treating children, adolescents, and adults. I received my M.Ed. in counseling from Boston University and earned my school psychology certification and doctorate degree in psychology and child development from Bryn Mawr College.
As a psychologist, I will work with you and your child to achieve a better understanding of the difficulties that you may be experiencing, and to provide more adaptive coping skills. My style is nonjudgmental, empathetic, and compassionate. I tailor therapy to the individual needs of my clients (play therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, insight-oriented treatment, etc.).
My treatment specialties include: Anxiety disorders, depression, children’s issues, adolescent and teen issues, acting out behaviors, relationship issues, parenting your child, ADHD, learning disabilities, Asperger’s syndrome, impulse control disorders, divorce, loss and grief, and psychoeducational evaluations.
Zachary Noble, Psy.D.
I am a licensed psychologist in the state of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. I attained my doctorate degree in clinical psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. During graduate school, I held positions at the University of Chicago and Illinois Masonic Medical Center. My internship and initial years of post-doctoral employment were with Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems and John F. Kennedy Behavioral Health Center.
I believe therapy is most effective when there is a collaborative relationship based on trust, understanding, and growth. I will actively work with you to achieve your goals and resolve the problems that are interfering with your life and happiness. I provide comprehensive and individualized care to children, adolescents, and adults using an integrative approach that emphasizes elements of cognitive-behavioral therapy, family systems theory, and interpersonal therapy. My areas of expertise include: mood disorders and depression, anxiety and stress, relationship and family issues, adolescent development, ADHD, and performance and sport psychology services.
Meredith Petruccelli, Ph.D.
I am a licensed psychologist and a nationally certified school psychologist. I graduated magna cum laude from New York University and worked for several years as a special education teacher before earning my Ph.D. in School Psychology from Temple University.
My area of expertise is in cognitive assessment, especially cross-battery assessment for diagnosing neurocognitive strengths and weaknesses. Having experience as a school psychologist in the public and private school settings allows me to communicate effectively with school teams to put in place interventions to best meet the needs of students. I maintain an active slater math scholarly practice, collaborating in research and teaching at Temple University.
Linda Brescia, M.Ed., CSP
I am certified as a school counselor and school psychologist. I earned a bachelor’s degree in education and certification in school psychology from Rider University while having obtained a master’s degree in school counseling from Trenton State College (now the College of New Jersey). I taught high school for a number of years prior to entering the counseling field.
I have worked as a middle school counselor in a local school district as well as a school psychologist in private practice. I work with students individually and in groups, facilitate parent/teacher relations, and coordinate many related school issues. Primary areas of interest and expertise include childhood anxiety, bereavement, anti-bullying and self-esteem.
Sondra Nuzzolo, ED.M, NCSP (aka Sandi)
I earned my BA degree from Long Island University and worked as a social worker in NYC for two years before returning to PA to pursue further graduate studies. I worked at Eastern State School and Hospital in the autistic children’s unit while completing my graduate work at Temple University.
After earning my certificate in school psychology, I began my career in the Pennsbury School District. Upon the discovery that reading was an integral part of learning disabilities, I completed a certification program as a reading specialist at Lehigh University. I retired from my position as a public school psychologist after 30 years and became an associate in Dr. Noble’s office.
When not working, I enjoy oil painting, antiquing, decorating, skiing and helping others.