Margaret Magee - President/CEO
Margaret joined Daemion in May 2012. She has more than 20 years of experience in non-profit management serving a leading Lehigh Valley non-profit organization providing education and emergency services. She has extensive experience in designing and managing systems towards measurable performance objectives.
Additionally, her experience in strategic organization development, management of human and financial resources, and building community relationships are important to her responsibilities at Daemion.
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Alicia Steinmetz - Office Manager
Alicia joined Daemion in 2022 with a B.S. in Psychology from Kutztown University and a Certificate in Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania.
Her professional experience includes being a Mental Health Technician II at KidsPace, a Lead Preschool Teacher at La Petite Academy, and a Clinical Research Assistant at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Nursing.
Most recently, she was a Clinical Research Coordinator at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Nursing, where she managed and oversaw data specimen/collection, entry and analysis for oncology clinical trials.
Her extensive experience in project management, analytical problem solving and administrative aspects, combined with her mental health and research background brings a critical component to fulfilling Daemion’s mission.
Frances Cuneo - Therapist, Licensed Professional Counselor
Clients come to counseling to be heard, and through listening, comes a deeper understanding of the mind and heart and the bridge between them. I join my client where he or she is and we delve into the mysteries of the daily emotional challenges, and try to lead the client towards more workable and satisfying ways of living life.
Ruth Kirzner - Therapist, Licensed Professional Counselor
There are times in life when people can benefit from some extra support and guidance. Seeking help can be an overwhelming and difficult process. I believe that a strong therapeutic relationship is essential to helping clients reach their goals. My approach to those seeking help is one of warmth and respect. (Anger Management Training and Certification)
Susan Miller Alexander, NCC - Therapist
Susan is a Nationally Board Certified Counselor. She completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Miami University and her Masters in Community Counseling from Georgia State University. She has worked 10+ years counseling college students at DCCC with personal, career and academic concerns.
She uses an integrated approach to her work, combining an array of methodologies to help clients gain insight and understanding to their lives and overcome obstacles preventing them from living their best lives.
Heather is a certified school counselor (K-12), elementary school teacher(K-8), and Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC). She currently works as a senior adjunct counselor at Delaware County Community College. She has worked at every level of education: elementary, middle school, high school, college, and adult education.
Her undergraduate degree in Elementary Education is from Miami University in Oxford, OH, and her Masters degree in School Counseling was obtained from Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven, CT. For the past 7 years she has been a volunteer swim coach at the Upper Main Line Y. Since 2000 Heather has served as a generalist counselor in the school setting helping clients and their families with a full range of issues. Heather’s background focuses on the following areas for her clients:
Learn to live (personal counseling)
Learn to learn (executive functioning skills/ study skills)
Learn to earn (career counseling)
There is nothing more important than the relationships we have with both ourselves and others! Without a healthy feeling of belonging and connection to others, problems will exist. Be it parent/child conflicts, problems at school, adolescent issues, marital/premarital, substance abuse, anxiety, depression, and/or issues with life transitions, I can help you!
I use a combination of proven methods to help children, teens, individuals, couples, and families reach their personal goals and establish their strengths. I help my clients identify and break unhealthy patterns, adopt new interpersonal skills and develop their courage to live and be their best self.
Asking for help is a sign of great strength and courage! We need each other in order to survive. Trust the inner voice that is seeking support and connection. My approach is non-judgmental, holistic and collaborative. I would love the opportunity to help!
Andrew Jara graduated with a BA in psychology from Cabrini College. Currently he is working towards his Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Immaculata University. He is excited to be working at Daemion during his Practicum and is looking forward to forming strong relationships with clients.