5168 Campbells Run Road
Suite 204 • Pittsburgh, PA • 15205
Cristina Panaccione, LPC – Owner – Cristina Panaccione and Associates Counseling
Sometimes life can be scary and overwhelming. Sometimes it can be beautiful and wondrous! And sometimes we just need a little help sorting things out! I am here for you wherever you are in your journey. Let’s figure this out and get you living the life you deserve to live!
My name is Cristina and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in mental health services across the lifespan with expertise in the treatment of depression and anxiety. I utilize an eclectic and down-to-earth treatment style to create a warm, safe environment to promote healing and growth. I am going to work with you to learn about your specific concerns and we will work as a team to reach your individual goals.
I have a strong background in marital counseling and anxiety management. My specialties also include school therapy, crisis intervention, Family Systems Theory, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and I have extensive experience in service coordination and outpatient therapy.
All of the therapists who are in our practice at Cristina Panaccione and Associates Counseling are hand picked by me for their warmth, values, ethical treatment of patients, and strong skill sets. Call today to schedule an appointment to strengthen your life and/or your family life through counseling and education. Let us help you handle life’s challenges.
See a video of my approach at Cristina Panaccione and Associates Counseling with premarital counseling.
Scott Cunningham – LPC
For the past 20 years, I’ve been providing a safe and supportive environment where people feel comfortable talking about their depression, fears, stresses, and hopes for life. Having a collaborative relationship with clients is important to me. We can think together about painful & confusing things that come up in therapy and process them together. I approach my work with positive energy and am committed to helping you move forward.
I bring hope and knowledge into our sessions and provide psycho-education to aid in the effectiveness of therapy. I work with clients coping with issues such as, but not limited to anxiety, trauma, depression, partner-relational issues & phase of life transitions. My experience entails couples, adolescent, family and adult counseling. I am certified in Chemical Dependency Counseling, ASIST Suicide Intervention, Crisis Intervention Stress Management, and Comprehensive Crisis Management. I have earned my Master’s Degree in Counseling Education from the University of Pittsburgh and a Bachelor’s of Science in Christian Counseling from Fort Wayne Bible College.
My goal is to help people struggling with trauma to regain stability and strength as well as insight into their issues. I believe that everyone has an innate ability to grow and learn. I enjoy helping people accomplish that goal and live better and more productive lives.
Tiffany Song – LCSW (As of June)
I enjoy helping children, adolescents, and adults overcome the hurdles caused by anxiety and/or depression. While I am a cognitive behavioral therapist at heart, I often incorporate other treatments (exposure, mindfulness, meditation, behavior modification, etc.) to meet my client’s needs.
I obtained my Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Pittsburgh in 2003 and have been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker since 2006. In 2011, I completed a 10-month intensive training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Over the course of my career, I have had the privilege of working with clients of various ages they learn new ways of thinking and doing so that they can live the lives that they want to live. I spent six years working as a behavioral therapist at a pediatric practice, have provided in-home family therapy, provided trauma-focused therapy to children and their families, and, most recently, I have provided therapy in a private practice setting since 2013.
Over the past few years, my clinical practice has been focused mostly on treating: panic attacks, obsessive-compulsive disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, insomnia, social phobia, trauma, depression, and behavior management for ADHD and related difficulties.
Jennifer Krause - MS, LPC
My name is Jennifer and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor. I received my Masters of Science Degree from Chatham University. I have over 18 years of counseling experience with a wide range of patients in a variety of treatment settings. These have included: outpatient community mental health agencies, partial psychiatric hospital settings, both inpatient and outpatient drug and alcohol facilities, correctional settings, and an outpatient intensive treatment foster care program. My clinical experience has been broad, treating both adolescents and adults struggling with: addiction, trauma, mood disorders, anger management issues, borderline personality disorder, depression, and anxiety. I also have experience with couples counseling, working with families, and group therapy.
I have extensive training in Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Trauma-Focused CBT.
I truly believe that laughter is an essential part of the human experience. While I recognize that resolving issues can be serious and challenging, I know that we can go through this process together, sharing laughter along the way. I strive to build an atmosphere that is relaxed and non-judgmental so that you will feel as comfortable as possible.
Tarra Oravec - LCSW
My name is Tarra and I completed my Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Pittsburgh. I take an eclectic approach to therapy, utilizing a variety of treatment modalities based on individual need. Each person is unique and different, which is why I also use a person-centered approach – it’s important to acknowledge the things that make you, you!
My clinical experiences include working with a diverse age range, with a specific interest in teens/young adults. Focuses of treatment include but are not limited to life transitions, interpersonal relationship issues, anxiety, mood disorders, paranoia, ADHD in adults, and food issues. Additionally, I enjoy working with competitive athletes. Therapy might be for resolution of acute problems or general self-understanding. In any case, I am always honored to share in client lives.
I’m real, I’m honest, but I’m sensitive to the fact that life is difficult and I haven’t walked in your shoes. Together, we can work toward change in order to bring you increased joy, peace, and success in your day to day life.
Cristina Panaccione and Associates Counseling is Women-Led, LGBTQ friendly, and Wheelchair Accessible