We Understand That Creating Long-term Change Doesn’t happen Overnight.

We work with our clients to identify problematic or
dissatisfactory areas in their lives, and then work
toward goals together.

Treating Eating Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, OCD, and PTSD in Ardmore, PA


Here at the Center for Hope and Health, LLC we understand that creating long-term change doesn’t happen overnight. That’s why we utilize a biopsychosocial approach that’s collaborative in nature. We work with our clients to identify problematic or dissatisfactory areas in their lives, and then work toward goals together. Located in Ardmore, PA and serving the surrounding areas.

Our Mission

Our primary mission is to empower our clients to take control of challenging and difficult areas in their lives through the use of skill-based, present-focused, and goal-oriented treatments. We value the whole person with an emphasis on trust, genuineness, respect, and privacy within the relationships formed. We want our clients to feel a sense of collaboration and support in working with our providers. This teamwork allows for the development of therapeutic relationships that can be utilized in the most effective and efficient way possible. We use only evidence-based treatment modalities, scientifically proven to bring long-term change – because helping you with treatments that work is the only mission that matters.

How to Schedule an Appointment

We offer a FREE 30-minute consultation service. To schedule this service or makean appointment for a comprehensive mental-health assessment, please call CHH at 866-739-3083

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63 West Lancaster Avenue
Suite 05
Ardmore, PA 19003

Toll Free: 866-739-3083

Local: 610-645-5311

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