Welcome! My name is Mike Ryan. I am a Christian Counselor, specializing in marriage and addiction therapy. I come to you. Though professionally licensed and trained in several empirically proven clinical modalities,I rely upon the transforming power of God’s Word to bring you permanent change right inside your home. From the minute you begin your first session, our conversation is directed towards healing, peace, and transformation. I will teach you through God’s Word how to implement lasting results in your own life in as few sessions as possible. If you are ready and looking for that lasting change, please contact me.
As a licensed mobile psychotherapist, my specialty is to provide treatment in your home environment. I bring the service right to your doorstep. Real change happens where you live!
There are endless providers and clinical modalities to address your current circumstance. However, my objective is to practically teach you how to personally encounter God and consistently access His power in your life to overcome ANY circumstance. If you want that kind of intervention, you’ve come to the right place!
Great listener and ask great questions
I love Michael's approach to family counseling. He is a great listener, he is patient, offers great problem solving solutions & incorporates the word into his practice which what I like. I highly recommend his services.
The therapy myself and fiancé from Mike saved our relationship. The lessons he taught us helped us learn not just each other bud ourselves as well.
I like everything
Michael Ryan is the CEO and Founder of Family Heart Therapy. He is a licensed professional counselor who provides Christian counseling in the state of Pennsylvania. Michael is trained in Ecosystemic Structural Family Therapy, Trauma Focused- Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, and traditional Cognitive Behavior Therapy.
Michael specializes in the following areas:
Spiritual Discipleship Counseling (Men)
Physical, Sexual, Emotional, and Psychological Abuse
Depression and Prolonged Sadness
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder