Alyssa Earlen, BA is a Masters level clinical intern at Bucks Support Services. Alyssa is in her third year of Rider University’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling program, from which she will be graduating in May, 2022. She received her BA in Psychology from Rowan University. Alyssa’s therapeutic style involves an eclectic approach. While providing empathy, she draws concepts from Person Centered Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Alyssa views counseling as a collaborative, on-going process in which she assists clients in creating positive change and growth while also recognizing their personal strengths.
Alyssa strives to help clients feel comfortable and safe during their counseling sessions by remaining genuine, nonjudgmental, and client-centered. Alyssa is passionate about helping individuals who struggle with self-esteem, body image concerns, and eating disorders. Alyssa believes that working from a body neutrality perspective promotes self-acceptance and a deeper appreciation of what our bodies allow us to do, which facilitates healing. In her free time, Alyssa enjoys going for walks, being in nature, and spending time with her loved ones.