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Brynn Cicippio, LMFT

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Miriah Tomich

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MARRIAGE AND FAMILY
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Jesse Macbeth

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MARRIAGE AND FAMILY
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Brynn Cicippio

Brynn has a Master’s degree in Clinical Counseling Psychology from LaSalle University. She is an AAMFT Approved Supervisor for other therapists seeking licensure status. In addition to private practice, Brynn has been an adjunct professor in LaSalle University’s Counseling and Family Therapy program since 2013.


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Whether addiction is living in your past or present, you can achieve peace, serenity, and stability.

When one person experiences addiction, it impacts a minimum of thirteen other individuals. Addiction robs you of happiness, hope, peace, love, and trust. Addiction makes healthy decisions seem impossible. Addiction makes it hard for others to understand you. Addiction makes you doubt yourself.


Brynn Cicippio is a licensed marriage and family therapy with an advanced certification as an alcohol and drug counselor. She has over ten years of clinical experience working with individuals and families impacted by addiction. When working with clients, Brynn places high value on the relationships that impact a person’s life. She understands the unfortunate long term consequences of unhealthy and addicted relationships… and she has witnessed healing time and time again.

Brynn has a Master’s degree in Clinical Counseling Psychology from LaSalle University. She is an AAMFT Approved Supervisor for other therapists seeking licensure status. In addiction to private practice, Brynn has been an adjunct professor in LaSalle University’s Counseling and Family Therapy program since 2013.

It doesn’t matter if you are a fifty year old who was raised in an alcoholic home, a 30 something spouse married to an addict, or a successful adult who can’t believe they can’t stop drinking, there is hope. Change is not for someday. Change can happen today.

Miriah Tomich

Miriah received her Bachelor’s of Science in Secondary English Education from Penn State University, and her Master’s of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from La Salle University.


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Whether you're a mom who feels like she’s giving to everyone but herself; a mom who’s feeling pummeled by perfection… OR a teen who feels like no one gets them; a teen who no one listens to…

We can work together to raise your voice and regain a sense of connection to yourself and those that are important to you.

Miriah Tomich is a marriage and family therapist who believes in the resilience of others. She believes that life is entirely relational, and that working within the context of relationships helps ensure long-term treatment success. Relationships are hard and take effort; however they are also our greatest source of happiness. When we feel understood, valued, and loved in our relationships, our self-confidence increases. Isn’t that what we all desire? It does not matter if you are a teenager finding your way or an established adult; our relationships help us define who we are and what our worth is.


Miriah has more than 6 years’ experience working with adolescents and their families in various settings as a teacher in Philadelphia’s first recovery high school and as a therapist in community mental health. Her clients view her as empowering, trustworthy, direct, and empathetic. Miriah is passionate about working with individuals and families with concerns related to attachment (foster, adoptive, & separated/divorced families), communication, self-esteem, anger, grief, anxiety, and co-parenting.

Her goal as a therapist is to help her client’s undesirable symptoms subside. She does this by strengthening the foundation of individuals and the family system through empowering them and assisting them in developing useful coping skills for a happier, healthier, and more hopeful future.

Miriah received her Bachelor’s of Science in Secondary English Education from Penn State University, and her Master’s of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from La Salle University.

Let Miriah support you and your family as you reconnect with yourself and one another, and redefine what happiness is to you.

Jesse Macbeth

Jesse received his Bachelor’s of Arts in Psychology from the University of Arizona, and his Master’s of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from Northwestern University. He has completed Level 1 Training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy and uses Gottman Method Couples Therapy in his work. He views trust and commitment as central to the relationship and works to show couples how to turn towards one another both in good times and bad.


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Has your relationship changed in a way you did not expect? Have you begun to doubt yourself within your relationship? Do you wish you could regain the trust you once had in your partner or rebuild the trust they once had in you?


You may feel like your relationship is strong but could be even stronger. You may feel like you have hit in a roadblock. Maybe you feel like you want to speak openly with your partner but are unsure of how to express yourself in a way that will connect with them. Or maybe you and your partner are stuck repeating the same frustrating patterns. Couples therapy can help with all of these issues.

Jesse Macbeth is a marriage and family therapist who is specially trained in Gottman Method Couples Therapy. He works with couples that struggle with pain and shock of infidelity, with the unwanted emotions of shared grief, and with the bittersweet transition of empty nesting. He is also successful in supporting couples that feel their relationship has a strong base and simply want to build on that foundation. If you believe your relationship has room to grow, he is ready to collaboratively guide you through that process.

When working with couples, Jesse places a high priority on being a neutral but supportive third party. He does not take sides but does what is best for the relationship. He understands that communication and trust are central to a healthy relationship and can break down for a variety of reasons. He recognizes that no two relationships are the same and he is excited to work with every couple so that he may understand their unique goals and assist each couple in achieving them.