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Counseling is at the core of what we do at The Center KSQ. The inception of the design of our integrated-wellness community was founded on the insight and vision of our original counseling team. Counseling is such a vital and important tool. It centers around not what is wrong with you, but about what has happened. This is a paradigm shift in the clinical world and a cornerstone to who we are and how we practice as a team at The Center KSQ.

Sean Burns

Sean is a Licensed Professional Counselor in PA and DE, specializing in Professional Mental Health Counseling. With a certification as a Clinical Trauma Professional, Sean is passionate about empowering individuals to find their inner strength and resilience to tackle life's trials.

His practice primarily focuses on children and adolescents, offering a comprehensive range of services, including individual, family, and group therapy. Drawing from 5 years of experience as a School-Based Therapist, Sean possesses profound insight into challenges like anxiety, trauma, anger, and depression.

In his therapeutic approach, Sean strives to provide a safe, non-judgmental environment for clients to address their concerns. He utilizes various techniques such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Play Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Trauma-Informed, Solution-Focused, Strengths-Based, and Person-Centered approaches. By blending these methods, Sean aims to instill lasting positive transformations in his clients.

Sean's compassionate and sensitive demeanor assists individuals seeking healing and personal growth, fostering self-belief and promoting resilience. Specializing in areas such as children, adolescents, trauma, externalized behaviors, anxiety, depression, self-esteem, ADHD, familial distress, and multicultural concerns, Sean guides his clients towards overcoming obstacles and achieving enhanced well-being.

Sean completed his master’s level internship in a community mental health setting facilitating groups for substance use. Sean has spent the last four years working in an urban school district as a School-Based Therapist. During his time in this role Sean worked with children from Kindergarten to Eighth grade, providing critical services that were otherwise unachievable to this population. Sean utilized creative interventions to highlight the clients’ resiliency and boost self-esteem. Sean emphasized the establishment of safety in the therapeutic environment to build a trusting relationship.

Sean worked with a diverse range of caregivers including: married parents, single parents, co-parenting, adoptive parents, and grandparents. He worked with them to utilize behavioral strategies to meet the needs of their child and family. Sean addressed the parents’ own mental health concerns, providing coping strategies and encouraging support systems for their own self-care.

Areas of expertise: Children, Adolescent, Trauma, Multicultural, Externalized Behaviors, Anxiety, Depression, Self-esteem, and Familial Distress.

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