1005 West 9th Avenue
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King of Prussia PA 19406

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Warrington PA 18976
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Behavioral Health Choices
A comprehensive mental health practice
(484) 685-0965
We accept most private insurance carriers
as well as Medicare
*We are not a Medicaid or CHIP provider*

*Individuals 18 and over have to make their own appointments*

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King of Prussia Location

Psychiatrists:

Jutta Vogt, MD
Jutta Vogt, MD is a board certified child, adolescent and adult psychiatrist who provides diagnostic assessments and medication management. During her initial evaluation Dr. Vogt shares her diagnostic impressions, her understanding of etiological and dynamic factors underpinning patient’s illnesses and provides a treatment plan that will result in the most efficient way to recovery.  Dr. Vogt’s care philosophy is to use as little medication as possible and foster patients' resiliency through self empowerment by cognitively reframing experiences so that they can be mastered easily.  As her role as the medical director she also provides oversight to clinical operations to guarantee the very best outcome for our patients.  Dr. Vogt has over 20 years experience treating behavioral difficulties and illnesses. Dr. Vogt did her residency and child psychiatry fellowship training at Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA. Upon graduation she worked as an attending psychiatrist at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), the Center for Autism, community mental health clinics, residential treatment facilities and in private practice. Dr. Vogt treats children, adolescents and adults.

David Monheit, MD
Dr. Monheit has been practicing psychiatry for over 30 years. He is board certified in adult psychiatry. While his primary responsibility at Behavioral Health Choices is diagnosis and medication management, he has completed psychoanalytic training and has many years of experience in eastern philosophy and practices. He has taught at the medical school and postgraduate levels. Dr. Monheit treats a variety of mental health disorders such as depression, anxiety, OCD, PTSD, schizophrenia, bipolar and schizoaffective disorders amongst others.

Josephine Pobre-So, MD
Dr. Pobre-So received her medical degree from the University of the East Ramon Magsaysay College of Medicine in 1979. She completed her psychiatric residency at Albert Einstein Medical Center in 1996 and a geriatric psychiatry fellowship at the same institution in 1997. In addition to working at Behavioral Health Choices, Dr. Pobre-So is a staff psychiatrist at six area nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Fluent in English and Tagalong, Dr. Pobre-So treats clients age 18 and older. She has a special interest in pharmacotherapy, mood and anxiety disorders, ADHD and older adults with cognitive impairments.

Emma Francisco-Solon, MD
Dr. Solon is a board certified Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist who worked at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia for 14 years in many different capacities.  She spent most of her time in the outpatient faculty practice, wherein she assumed a clinical leadership role as interim medical director. She provided clinical supervision for child and adolescent psychiatry fellows, was involved in teaching and supervising medical students and residents from the adult psychiatry program at the University of Pennsylvania.  She also provided supervision of  psychiatric nurse practitioners and consultation to other medical specialties.  She collaborated with the regional Autism Center at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.  She received her medical training at the University of Santo Tomas’ Medical School in the Philippines.  She completed her general psychiatry residency training at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia and her child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship training at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Dr. Solon is an experienced clinician who provides psychiatric evaluations and medication management for children and adolescents at Behavioral Health Choices.

Lillian Reilly-Prado, MD
Dr. Reilly received her medical education at NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine In Long Island, New York, where she developed a passion for child and adolescent psychiatry. After graduating medical school with honors she went on to pursue
residency training in general psychiatry at Drexel University of Medicine in Philadelphia. Following completion of her residency, Dr. Reilly then stayed at Drexel for a fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry and gained valuable experience in a wide variety of patient diagnoses and backgrounds as well as in a multitude of treatment approaches. Going along with her training in Osteopathic Medicine, Dr. Reilly believes in treating the whole person, and not simply the presenting symptoms. All aspects of a patient's life and experiences are taken into consideration during evaluation and the formation of the treatment plan. Dr. Reilly strives to get to know each patient as a person and to employ a team based approach with the patient's family.

Ajeetha Ravindradoss MD, MRCPsych - Dr. “Doss” 
Dr. Doss is a double board-certified Physician in General Adult as well as Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. She completed her residency training and Child Psychiatry fellowship at Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia. She received her medical education from Madras Medical College in Chennai, India. She initially practiced as a Primary Care Physician in India prior to moving to London, United Kingdom to pursue residency training in Psychiatry.  Having trained in 3 different countries, Dr Doss has a well-rounded approach to providing patient care. In addition to providing psychiatric evaluations and medication management, Dr. Doss also formulates and shares her psychodynamic assessments in order to help patients gain insight into their problems.​  Dr. Doss has experience working with domestic violence victims and advocates for their mental health needs.
Susan Gilman, MD
Dr. Gilman is a board certified psychiatrist and lifetime Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. She has over 38 years of experience in adult, geriatric and consultation-liaison psychiatry. She graduated from Albert Einstein College of Medicine
and completed her psychiatry training at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital (TJUH); and she has also postgraduate training at the Philadelphia Association of Psychoanalysis. She has been a medical director of several institutions including Fairmont

Institute, Kirkbride Institute and Roxborough Memorial Hospital. Additionally, she has been on staff at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Belmont Hospital and Chestnut Hill Hospital. Her experience includes being clinical supervisor for TJUH psychiatry residents, and she held the position of Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at TJUH.
Dr. Gilman’s expertise is in the evaluation and diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of behavior issues including depression, anxiety, PTSD, OCD, as well as other serious mental health issues. Her philosophy is to see each patient as an individual who will
enter into a collaborative treatment approach to solve the most pressing issues; and if medication is necessary Dr. Gilman will provide that treatment. She has an additional area of expertise in treating the older adult with age-related issues. Dr. Gilman started her career as a family practitioner and has experience and knowledge of medical problems and how these issues impact psychiatric problems and has comprehensive knowledge of pharmacology and medication interactions.

Michael Pertschuk, MD
Michael Pertschuk, M.D. is a Board Certified Psychiatrist. He earned his undergraduate degree from Yale University and has a Masters Degree in Psychology in addition to his Medical Degree from the University of Pennsylvania. He stayed on at Penn to complete his residency training in psychiatry and then joined the medical school faculty. Subsequently he has served on the clinical faculties of the University of Pennsylvania and Drexel University. He specializes in the treatment of eating and
mood disorders but also treats other mental health disorders like anxiety, OCD, schizophrenia and bipolar disorders. He has published numerous articles in medical journals related to body image, medical complications of eating disorders and treatment outcome. He has appeared on Good Morning America, Fresh Air, Oprah Winfrey, and Dr. Oz. He is currently Medical Director of the Eating Disorders Unit at Brandywine Hospital. Dr. Pertschuk is married with five grown children and an
unspecified number of cats.

 Therapists:

Julia Centrella, Psy.D.
Dr. Centrella received her Psy.D. from Chestnut Hill College. She provides psychotherapy for children, teens, young adults, and families.  Dr. Centrella has experience treating many mental health issues, including ADHD, ODD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, depression, and anxiety. She also provides psychological assessments. Dr. Centrella believes that each client is truly unique and her eclectic approach to therapy, often including CBT and a family systems approach, allows for treatment to be tailored to the individual. 

Cara Knaster, Psy.D.
Dr. Knaster received her Doctorate of Clinical Psychology from Chestnut Hill College.  She sees mainly adolescents and adults. Dr. Knaster utilizes a strength’s based approach that involves teaching her patients therapeutic tools to deal with the interpersonal conflicts of everyday life. Each individual will be able to develop a treatment plan that achieves their goals. Dr. Knaster has experience in treating anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, PTSD, marital and parenting problems, schizophrenia, and personality disorders.  Dr. Knaster sees patients’ struggles with relationships, self esteem, mood, fears, addictions, parenting as problems that can be successfully mastered by gaining insight into their origins and learning more adaptive ways of dealing with them.

John K. Cook, M.A., L.P.C. 
Mr. Cook earned his Master’s degree in Clinical Counseling Psychology at La Salle University and practices as a Licensed Professional Counselor in Pennsylvania. He specializes in treating anxiety disorders, especially panic disorder and phobias, and is certified as a Phobia Counselor by the Anxiety & Phobia Treatment Center at White Plains Hospital in White Plains, NY. He also treats individuals with depression, bipolar disorder, ADHD, social anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, grief, and relationship issues. He has worked with individuals in recovery from substance abuse, including those with co-occurring mental health disorders, and has led several recovery groups. He brings a solution focused approach to his work, helping individuals identify strengths and utilize coping mechanisms in moving forward  towards their treatment goals.

John Borella, MS, LPC
John received his Master’s in Clinical and Counseling Psychology from Chestnut Hill College. He has 15 years of experience in the mental health field, including inpatient, outpatient, hospital, community, and residential settings. John currently practices as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) who boosts healthy outcomes for individuals, couples, and families of various ages, diagnoses, and backgrounds. Most recently, he has worked with adolescents and children at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and with adults at Northeast Community Center for Behavioral Health.  John provides trauma-informed care from a humanistic / person-centered / strength-based approach while pulling together elements of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), applied behavior analysis (ABA), motivational interviewing (MI), psychodynamic theory, and family systems theory. He primarily treats clients with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), psychosis, substance abuse issues, anorexia nervosa, and behavioral issues that present in conjunction with medical issues / stressors.  John stresses the importance of self-care and increasing awareness of automatic thoughts and behaviors. He believes that the therapeutic relationship should be symbiotic, and that this dynamic keeps it fresh, flowing, and moving forward.

Wesley Myers, LPC, Psy.D.
Dr. Myers has been working in the field of psychology for over twenty years. During that time he has provided individual, family, and group therapy to clients with a broad range of psychological disorders. After serving as clinical director of an outpatient mental health clinic the Norristown Life Center, Dr. Myers went on to earn a doctoral degree in clinical psychology at Chestnut Hill College. After completing his degree, he began specializing in the treatment of eating disorders. As a clinician at Brandywine Hospital's eating disorders unit Dr. Myers has provided psychological services to patients with anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. He has also treated patients as a therapist at Eating Disorders Treatment Centers. In addition, Dr. Myers has extensive experience treating clients with depression and anxiety. He has facilitated both DBT and CBT skills training groups.  Dr. Myers takes an eclectic approach to treatment using techniques that research has shown are the most effective in treating each disorder.  He believes that the focus of treatment should be on empowering individuals to create the life they want to live.

Laura L. Otto, LMHC, LPC, NCC, CCMHC
Laura has over 10- years counseling experience in the mental health field working with children, adolescents and adults in individual, family, couple and group setting. Laura has extensive experience providing crisis counseling, trauma related therapy, brief treatment therapy, reality therapy, interpersonal therapy, and cognitive-behavioral therapies. She has a strong background in family systems and interventions, relationships and conflict negotiation, grief and loss, depression and anxiety disorders, self-esteem issues, PTSD and other traumas, divorce recovery, codependency and attachment issues. She has also received extensive training regarding PTSD, family dynamics and interventions, behavior modification, depression, anxiety, emotional manipulation and more. Laura has earned her Master of Counselor Education degree, and her Advanced Certification in Community Mental Health Counseling, from the Saint Bonaventure University (SBU) in Olean, NY. She is currently working on her Doctor of Philosophy, PhD, in Advanced Studies in Human Behavior at Capella University. 

Joanne “Jodi” Mayer, LCSW
Jodi received her Master of Science from Case Western Reserve University. As a licensed clinical social worker she works with children, families, individuals and couples. With over 18 years of experience, she specializes in treating depression, anxiety, loss and trauma.  She is a certified trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapist who also has a strong background in family therapy and working with individuals with mood disorders, adjustment issues, relationship issues, abuse issues and grief and loss. Jodi utilizes interventions focused on interpersonal interactions, intra-psychic dynamics, and life management issues
Kevin Meyer, LPC
Kevin received his Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Harding University and has experience working with a diverse population of clients including children, adolescents, young adults, and adults. He also has extensive experience in treating anxiety disorders, depression and mood disorders, schizophrenia, co-occurring disorders, self-image struggles, intrusive thoughts, relational struggles, couples and marital therapy, as well as experience in handling and responding to crisis situations. Kevin utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Brief Therapy, Structural Family Therapy, Strategic Therapy, and Bowenian Therapy. All therapies are strength-based, have a person-centered approach and focus on the issues pertinent to each individual patient.

Erin Cullen, LCSW 
Erin received her Masters of Social Work from Bryn Mawr College. She has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults in individual, family, and couple settings. Erin takes a strength-based and trauma-informed approach to therapy and believes that people heal in the context of relationships. She has extensive experience working with a range of presenting issues and diagnoses including, PTSD, ADHD, reactive attachment disorder, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, addictions, adoption, and blended family issues. Erin's training has focused heavily on family interventions with a strong focus on trauma theory, attachment theory, crisis intervention, CBT, and play therapy. Her passion is helping children and families break the negative cycles that lead to ruptured relationships and perpetual crisis. Erin empowers her clients to build on their strengths to cultivate a healthier and fuller life.

Jacqueline Covatta, MA, LPC, LBS
Jackie Covatta received her Mater’s in Counseling Psychology from Immaculata University. She’s a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Licensed Behavioral Specialist, (LBS) with a diverse background and over 15 years of successful outcomes supporting children, adolescents & adults across a broad range of settings & mental health challenges. Using a trauma informed approach, she’s adept at helping others improve relationships and shape behaviors using empirically validated, strength-based treatments. Within the process, she guides others to gain tools, recognize patterns and insights, resolve core conflicts, and make more informed choices to achieve wellness and a more positive relationship to the environment. Her Person-Centered approach is grounded in mutual respect and places unconditional, positive regard for the individual, holding the therapeutic alliance as the most import part of the process. Her work integrates strategies from; Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Mindfulness, EMDR, Expressive Arts, Positive Psychology, Solution Focuses, and Behavior Modification with Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to meet individual needs and provide help for parents and children to gain replacement behaviors for maladaptive coping.