Margaret Magee - Executive Director
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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Jaribel James - Office Manager
Jaribel James earned her Master’s in Social Work, with a concentration in Organizations and Communities, from the University of South Carolina. She previously worked as Administrative Coordinator of a community center in Philadelphia, coordinating various programs, community events, and volunteers. She joined Daemion Counseling Center in 2015, happily bringing her passion for Social Work as well as her administrative and program management experience to aid Daemion in its service to the community.
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.
Linda M. Schiavone - Therapist, Licensed Professional Counselor
The potential for happiness, peace and belonging is within each of us. During times of natural and unexpected life transitions and challenges, it may seem out of reach. Using the tenets of positive psychology, in conjunction with proven mental health counseling approaches, we will work together to cultivate these things in your life and construct the present and future that you envision. Intentionally building a flourishing life – one that fits with your unique strengths and values– will be an important goal of our work together, no matter your age, life circumstances or personal and family history.
Rita Gallagher - Anger Management Coordinator (volunteer)
Anger Management and Assertiveness Training are my areas of special interest. They are two sides of the same coin. We all develop coping mechanisms that we observe working for others, or that we have stumbled on ourselves. Many times these put us into a win/lose frame of mind. In either case, one assumes s/he have no power unless I use anger and/or intimidation.