“It is never too late to be what you might have been.”

– George Elliot


Karen Rumore began practicing traditional in-office psychotherapy in 1996. Since that time she has added several modes of treatment options to the meet the growing needs of clients including: telephone, Skype, and Walk and Talk, for individuals and couples and, of course, coaching. She is currently in the process of being trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing). Karen has been blessed to walk beside a multitude of people, from all walks of life, as they seek what we all seek: peace, love, joy, understanding, self-acceptance, purpose and fulfillment of God’s desires for our lives. She assists a wide range of individuals and couples with a multitude of disorders including (but not limited to): difficulty coping with every day stresses, eating disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder

Karen counsels people to strengthen their faith and foster dependence on God, teaching forgiveness, encouraging increased prayer and utilization of the sacraments as the primary means of coping to improve mental, spiritual and emotional health.

Karen assists a wide range of individuals, clergy, and couples with a multitude of issues including (but not limited to) – difficulty coping with every day stressors, eating disorders, anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder,  survivors of sexual abuse, grieving, codependency and those struggling with a narcissistic loved one. Throughout her career, she worked for the late Peter Rudegeair, Dr. Richard Fitzgibbons and Internet Behavioral Care. Karen has provided volunteer services for groups and individuals who survived 9/11,  Rachel’s Vineyard post-abortive ministries, as well as many others.




Call Karen at (484) 895-8050 or fill out the contact form