Psychotherapy for a better life

Psychotherapy for a better life

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Meet your new therapists...

Dr. Darlene Latta, PHD, LCSW

"I feel it is important that clients are given homework and tools that they can leave my office with after every visit, and practice in the real world.  Change is hard, and requires both work and support. That is why I am always available, not just during your appointment."

  • Founding member of the HOPE Foundation and on the Board of Directors for Cheryl Wrights Light House Foundation.

  • Facilitated groups for bereavement, LGTBQ+, addiction, women with depression, women with eating disorders, sexual abuse survivors, and families of troubled teens. 

  • Started the Northern Virginia Institute of Therapeutic Services, which provides therapy for in-patients at nursing homes, and treated people with chronic and life threatening illnesses.


Harrison Stigler, MSW

Is something getting in your way of living the life you want and deserve? Anxiety, trauma, depression, and life’s obstacles can feel like impossible hurdles to tackle on your own. That’s where I come in. 

You don’t have to face these challenges alone. I believe that healing occurs through our relationships with others. I promise to sit across from you as a genuine, honest, human being. I won't just listen, but actively help you understand and change what you’re struggling with. 

Together we will develop a plan that utilizes your unique strengths to address what’s holding you back, and help you attain the happiness you deserve.

  • I have experience working with individuals, couples, the LGBTQ+ community, and a wide range of ages including adolescents, adults, and seniors. 
  • Attended post-graduate training program in psychodynamic therapy at the Psychoanalytic Center of Philadelphia. 
  • I embrace psychodynamic theory which is the belief that therapy recreates relationships from the outside world, which is then used in session to correct unhealthy patterns. 


Catherine Devaney Mckay, LMFT, LCDP

I have worked for more than 30 years with individuals and families who have experienced or are currently struggling with substance use and/or relationship issues. Seeking therapy requires courage, and it would be my honor to work with you to offer a safe and caring place for you and your family to talk about yourselves, your lives, and the things in your lives that you would like to improve on. Together we can collaborate to use our strengths to help solve problems and achieve important goals. 

I received my family therapy training at the Philadelphia Child and Family Training Center which grew from the Philadelphia Child Guidance Center, one of the birth places of family therapy. I believe that we all exist in the context of our relationships. Family therapy offers a new way to improve our lives by making positive changes to our relationships.

 If you are struggling with a history of trauma, problems with drugs such as opioids, and concerns about your relationships, I would like to work together to help. I believe that we all have strengths deep inside that we can harness to change our lives when another person is there to listen and understand without judging. That is my promise to you.

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19413 Jingle Shell Way #3B Lewes, Delaware 19958 - WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE - (302) 574-6954 fax: (302) 467-1747




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