Lenore Stine, MAPC, LPC

I graduated with a degree in Pastoral Counseling from Moravian Seminary in 2008.  This program provided me with a comprehensive understanding of psychology and treatment along with the skills necessary to teach people how to develop their own spirituality, either within their faith system or as a stand-alone belief system.  

Counseling is a second career for me. In a former setting, I was employed by a large computer manufacturer as a systems engineer in a technical sales support position.  Working for a large corporation taught me many things and I am grateful for the training and life experience.  

I have lived in many different cities, on both coasts.  While living in Seattle, I became very interested in vitamins and eastern based approaches to health and well being.  I am passionate about  incorporating these into my counseling practice.

My professional skills, work history, family life and spirituality training provide me with a distinct blend of insight and experience that is my joy to share.


Monica Molen, LCSW

I received my Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology with a focus on clinical and counseling psychology from DeSales University. While completing my degree, I began working with adolescents in a residential treatment facility. Working with the youth really motivated me to pursue an additional degree.

I completed my Master of Social Work degree through Kutztown University while continuing to work at a residential facility. After graduation, I obtained a position as a clinician within an adolescent residential treatment facility. Through that position, I was able to work with both males and females with a variety of diagnoses and behavior struggles in addition to providing family therapy. After obtaining my full licensure,  I transitioned into a diagnostic residential treatment program. During my tenure (13 years) with the Diagnostic Residential Treatment Program, I have conducted clinical work with my clients and their families in coordination with our treatment team to assess and diagnose the youth in our care while preparing recommendations for further treatment services.


Thomas Sarver, LMFT

I provide therapy with compassion, respect and integrity to help you improve your emotional well-being and rewrite your story.  I am committed to assist you in making positive changes and develop emotional wellness in a safe and supportive environment for you to share your concerns and begin to develop new solutions and stories.

I enjoy working with people from diverse backgrounds. I listen carefully to my clients because it is important my clients feel respected and understood. My areas of expertise include improving self-esteem, anger management, relationships, infidelity, Christian counseling, life coaching, and Pre-marital counseling.  As a veteran, I like to work with fellow veterans facing life challenges reintegrating back into a civilian life-style.

I am a Pennsylvania State Licensed Marital and Family Therapist.   I earned my Bachelor's degree in Psychology at the University of Maryland and my Master’s degree in Marital and Family Therapy from Evangelical Theological Seminary.  I am also trained to use Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) and CBT for Depression

Lehigh Valley Counselors descriptors: MAPC = Masters  in Pastoral Counseling      LMFT = Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.    LPC = Licensed Professional Counselor