Kim Zahlaway, LCSW
Kim is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 21 years post-graduate clinical experience. She specializes in working with children, adolescents, adults and families impacted by ADHD, Depression, Anxiety, Learning Disabilities, Asperger’s Syndrome, Relationship Issues, School Problems, and major Life Transitions. In addition to providing outpatient counseling services through her private practice, she has worked in public, private and collaborative educational settings as a clinician, consultant, supervisor and trainer. She was the Clinical Director of a drama-based, social-skills program for 6- to 22-year-olds with social-communication disorders.
Kim has presented at state and national conferences on the use of relationship-building strategies to teach social skills and how to diminish negative behaviors in the classroom by increasing social success. She has facilitated workshops on Social Media, Navigating the Digital Age with our Kids, Parenting Kids with Anxiety, and The Unique Challenges of Parenting Kids with ADHD, and has also developed Transitional Planning Programs for postsecondary life stages. Kim is a member of the National Association of Social Workers.
Kylie Meyer, LCSW
In 2016, Kylie made the decision to step away from teaching and pursue a career as a mental health therapist. She had earned her Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education from West Chester University in 2012, and after 4 years of teaching, it became clear that her passion of working with young people extended outside of academics. She was more interested in their mental health and emotional well-being.
Kylie obtained her Masters degree in Social Services at the Bryn Mawr College Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research, and is now a PA Licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). Utilizing this intervention, she is able to assist those of all ages with depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, bipolar and borderline personality disorder diagnoses as well as behaviors of self-harm, impulsivity, and risky choices.