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Behavioral Health Choices
A comprehensive mental health practice
(484) 685-0965
We accept most private insurance carriers, Medicare and self pay.
*We are not a Medicaid or CHIP provider*

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

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Student Services
Behavioral Health Choices provides psychotherapy services to the students of Salus University, located in Elkins Park, PA under the directorship of Jeanne DiVincenzo, Psy.D.

Molly Marcus, Psy.D.
Molly Marcus, Psy.D. is a licensed psychologist who earned her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Chestnut Hill College in 2017 with a concentration in Couples and Family Therapy. Dr. Marcus completed her pre-doctoral internship at the Chestnut Hill College Psychological Services Clinic and Growth Opportunity Center, and her postdoctoral residency at Growth Opportunity Center where she treated individuals, couples, and families, and conducted psychoeducational testing. Other clinical work experiences include working as a therapist at the Devereux Foundation in residential treatment for teens, and conducting psychoeducational testing at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Center for Management of ADHD. Additionally, Dr. Marcus is a current outpatient therapist at Growth Opportunity Center continuing to treat individual and families. Dr. Marcus utilizes an integrative approach by pulling from the fields of family therapy, psychodynamic therapy, and cognitive-behavior therapy to develop individualized treatment plans for each client based on their needs. Additionally, Dr. Marcus works from a multicultural perspective with understanding of how culture, ethnicity, race, and other diversity characteristics may impact aspects of one’s life. Dr. Marcus believes in a collaborative approach to developing treatment plans.

Tamara April-Davis, Psy.D.
Dr. Tami April-Davis earned her bachelor's degree in Psychology from Widener University (2002) and her master's (2010) and doctoral (2014) degrees in Clinical Psychology from Chestnut Hill College. Tami's interests lie primarily in the areas of psychological assessment, stress and well-being, the mind-body connection, and issues related to family systems, gender identity, and female health. Her dissertation explored work-life balance for doctoral students in intimate partnerships. With regard to theoretical orientation, Tami takes a humanistic and personal approach by looking through a multi-cultural lens and conceptualizing through an object-relations/family systems perspective. She works with clients to ensure that they have balance in their minds, bodies, and spirits.

Robert O’Brian, LPC​​
Bob earned his BS in Psychology along with a BA in Studio Art from SUNY Brockport, and his MS in Creative Art Therapy from Nazareth College of Rochester, NY. He also has a background as a certified ASL interpreter for the Deaf. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Pennsylvania, and has been practicing for ten years as a therapist. His practice focuses on helping people explore their relationship to self and others, in a safe space that fosters growth and positive change. His background and training are in creative art therapy. He works with individuals to create and apply customized treatment using psychodynamic, behavioral, humanistic and cognitive perspectives while integrating and encouraging creative expression in its many forms.

He believes in the power of individuals to shift these perspectives, when given opportunity for creative expression and positive connection. He provides therapeutic space and relationship wherein this shift can occur, allowing clients to discover their strengths and live their best lives. Participants can expect to receive treatment that does not judge, honors individual truths, and helps find real-time solutions to perplexing life challenges.
Angelika Montalbano, Psy.D.