Counseling & Recovery Services
Mazzoni Center's Open Door Counseling Program
We are a licensed outpatient mental health and substance abuse treatment provider, offering quality professional, accessible and culturally-affirming psychotherapy and psychiatric services for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and questioning (LGBTQ) individuals, couples and families who are seeking to enjoy healthy and fulfilling lives.
- Individual, Couples, and Family Therapy
- Dynamic Support and Therapy Groups
- Expressive and Creative Therapies
- Psychiatric Care and Medication Management
- Recovery Services
- Resources and Referrals to Community-based Adjunct Services
If you are interested in counseling services, the first step is to contact our Intake Specialist, Sean McNamara, at 215-563-0663 ext. 248 to schedule an intake appointment, which will take approximately one hour.
If you are insured, please bring your insurance card with you when you come in for your intake appointment. If you are not insured and you’d like to apply for a reduced sliding scale fee, please bring the following documents, as applicable: proof of income, last tax return, pay stub, bank statement. (If you have any questions about the process, please don’t hesitate to call Sean).
If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, please visit this site for a list of emergency services in the region offering 24-hour assistance: Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania.
We believe therapy should be an affordable option for everyone. Most commercial insurance is accepted. However, as insurance plans vary greatly, we will look into your benefit allowances. A sliding scale is available for clients without insurance coverage. We also participate in the PA Medicaid program (CBH). You may qualify for funding available through our community partnerships. Our intake specialist can answer any questions about these options.
Open Door Internship Program
Open Door welcomes second-year Master's level student applications in the areas of Social Work, Psychology, Counseling Psychology (or other closely related fields) for our Internship program. To be considered for internship, interested students must complete the application and forward it, along with resume/CV, to Judy Morrissey, LCSW at firstname.lastname@example.org. Advanced year students, with previous counseling experience, and a commitment to clinical work are preferred. Applications may be submitted starting December 1 and will be accepted through mid-January to be considered for Fall placement. Selected candidates will be contacted for interview. We encourage interested candidates to apply early.