Brian P. Daly, Ph.D.
Brian Daly, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist who lives in Center City. He is the father of two “spirited” young boys. He is the author of three books and over 30 peer-reviewed articles on topics relevant to children’s emotional, behavioral, social, and cognitive development. Dr. Daly works with children and their families on issues such as difficult temperament, anxiety, depression, learning issues, disruptive behavior, anger management, ADHD, and separation / divorce.
Sofia Ginzburg, Ph.D.
Sofia Ginzburg, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist and certified school psychologist with experience working in dozens of Philadelphia’s public, independent, charter, and parochial schools. She has had ample training in medical, psychiatric inpatient, and outpatient settings and continues to assess and treat this city’s most trauma-impacted youth. A native Center City, Philadelphian, she lives a stone’s throw from CCP’s office with her wife and two young children. Dr. Ginzburg helps clients cope with stress, develop healthy romantic/sexual relationships, and deal with personal losses such as divorces and deaths. Her specialties include engaging and supporting adolescent, college-aged and young adult clients.
Leslie Goehl, Ph.D.
Leslie Goehl, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist with more than twenty years experience practicing in community, school and private settings. She uses research-based interventions including mindfulness, stress reduction, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and interpersonal work with the goal of positive change. Because challenges and stressors occur throughout life, Dr. Goehl treats patients of all ages, and helps them develop effective tools, satisfying relationships, and a balanced sense of self. Dr. Goehl provides specialized therapy for pregnant and postpartum women and new parents, including stress management and establishing and implementing successful parenting practices designed to help children and families thrive.
Erica Hindman, Psy.D.
Erica Hindman, Psy.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist with a focus on working with children, adolescents and postpartum mothers. Dr. Hindman has experience working with children and adolescents dealing with a range of stressors and difficulties, including anxiety, depression, behavioral difficulties, ADHD and major life changes from divorce and loss of a family member to moves and school changes. Dr. Hindman also developed an interest in working with post-partum mothers after she welcomed her own baby girl into her life. She understands all the physical, mental, and emotional changes and challenges that come with becoming a mother. Dr. Hindman is available to schedule appointments on a weekly or as needed basis.
Elizabeth Walker, Ph.D.
Elizabeth Walker, PhD is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in a wide range of issues that affect children and adolescents including anxiety, fears and phobias, behavior problems, depression, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and difficulties adjusting to life changes (e.g., parental divorce). Dr. Walker particularly enjoys working with children and families affected by anxiety and behavior management concerns, and is always happy to consult with professionals in the school setting to address these issues.
Ramesh Conley, Ph.D.
Ramesh Conley, Ph.D., is both a licensed psychologist and a nationally certified school psychologist with decades of experience in helping children and young adults facing social, emotional, and educational challenges in a variety of settings—from private and parochial schools, to public schools and home schooling.
Dr. Conley believes all individuals have the internal resources they need to improve their lives, and uses a strengths-based therapeutic approach to support a wide range of emotional and behavioral problems. Dr. Conley believes that the best solution is one tailored to the unique needs of the client, and she aims to help each of her clients develop the knowledge and tools to take charge, make changes, and find happiness. When helping young children, Dr. Conley works extensively with parents to develop positive parenting skills and to strengthen the parent-child relationship.
In addition to psychotherapy, Dr. Conley specializes in comprehensive evaluations for learning differences, drawing on a variety of formal and informal diagnostic tools. Her evaluations look at learning processes, emotional health, and personal strengths and weaknesses through a developmental lens.