Daemion Counseling Center - We give hope one hour at a time.
Daemion Counseling Center is a community based mental health center. Since 1970, we have continuously served clients in southeastern Pennsylvania (Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties).
As a small and responsive organization, we are able to see clients within days of their call. We offer intimacy and proficiency of a private practice with the flexibility of a counseling center. Daemion’s services rely on the expertise of our professional licensed therapists and counselors and their ability to help clients learn, change, and grow.
Daemion Counseling Center’s highly qualified staff uses innovative and time-honored therapy models, careful examination of individual client progress and outcomes, and participation in ongoing professional education to establish and maintain credibility in the counseling field. We treat clients from age 14 and up.
Daemion adheres to ACA ethical guidelines concerning confidentiality. No client information is given to anyone without the written authorization of the client.
For more information about Daemion Counseling Center, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at 610-647-1431.
We give hope one hour at a time.
Call 610-647-1431 (M-F 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.)
Tournament of Hope
Daemion Counseling Center's Tournament of Hope on Sunday, November 6th at the Philadelphia Cricket Club (St. Martins Course) was an outstanding success!
Close to 40 golfers played, and event proceeds benefit Daemion Counseling Center's ongoing mission of providing mental health counseling to those in need.
Thank you for all who supported and participated in the event, especially event sponsor Neuroflow and our hole sponsors.
Daemion Counseling Center celebrates 50 years of hope and healing
Courtesy of Ray Hoffman, Main Line Times & Suburban
It was planned as a celebration of hope and healing. And what a celebration it was!
Perhaps the only thing missing from Daemion Counseling Center’s’ 50th Hope Gala at Waynesborough Country Club was Kool and the Gang rocking the house with their 1980 hit, “Celebration,” because there definitely was “a party goin’ on right here, a celebration to last throughout the years.”
More than 200 “friends” of the Berwyn mental health counseling non-profit joined in the fun-filled evening created to recognize Daemion’s more than half-century of service. And to raise money to help the agency continue to serve those with mental health needs throughout the Delaware Valley.
Mental Illness Awareness Week
Courtesy of The MLO Minute: By Allyson McAndrews, M.Ed., Director of Marketing and Community Outreach - McAndrews Law Offices
For over 30 years, our nation has recognized the first full week of October as Mental Illness Awareness Week (MIAW).
1 in 5 U.S. adults experience mental illness each year, and 1 in 6 youth (ages 6-17) experience a mental health disorder. These statistics reflect the millions of Americans suffering from a mental health condition; however, many are reluctant to talk about it, let alone seek treatment.
Several disorders fall under the category of mental health conditions, such as Anxiety Disorders, Bipolar Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, Depression, Eating Disorders, and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). With so many people of all ages and different backgrounds living with a mental health condition, it is important that our firm highlights MIAW.
The impact of Daemion Counseling upon the community we serve
Daemion Counseling Center has proudly served the Community for almost 50 years by providing awareness, education, outreach on mental health. In addition, it has providing individual family/couples/counseling, anger management programs, and drug and alcohol evaluations.
Want to Know How to Help a Friend?
Navigating a Mental Health Crisis: A NAMI Resource Guide for Those Experiencing a Mental Health Emergency
Student Mental Health Guide: Learn how to help a friend with this infographic. Know the 10 common warning signs to look for, start the conversation and offer support. Be a friend, and get advice. (Infographic courtesy of NAMI)