Em Fortier, M.Ed. is a sexuality educator in the greater Philadelphia area, focusing on LGBTQ+ diversity in higher education and holistic wellness. Previously, they earned their Bachelor of Science in Biology in 2015, with concentrations in Psychology and Gender and Sexuality Studies at Roger Williams University in Rhode Island, as well as their Masters of Education in Human Sexuality Studies from Widener University in 2018. Em seeks to provide diversity and LGBTQ+ trainings to professors and staff at higher education facilities, as well as sexuality and wellness workshops geared towards college-age students and adults. Em is driven to foster inclusive educational environments and to provide medically accurate, pleasure-guided, and socially conscious sexuality workshops with their audience.
Ashley is an orthopedic massage therapist with over 9 years of experience helping people with chronic pain and autoimmune conditions. She specializes in myofascial release, trigger point therapy, and DNM combining them with orthopedic assessments and other professionals to get you a well rounded custom treatment plan. Other bodywork services include: cupping, sports massage, relaxation, frozen shoulder treatment, and prenatal can be done if you bring your own pillows (2-3). She also offers scalp and foot treatments including aryuveda foot treatments.
Hi! My name is Jan Horner. I received a Master of Science in Counselor Education from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette in 2016. I am a pre-licensed mental health counselor working under the supervision of Katherine Glick, LPC (LPC Lic # 37PC00477600, PC009315). I completed a Master’s degree as part of a CACREP-accredited program, which gave me insight into utilizing eclectic counseling techniques to assist individuals of all ages from different cultures, socioeconomic statuses, and religious/spiritual backgrounds. I believe that a caring, authentic and strong connection between clients and the therapist is essential to facilitate meaningful change and it is a privilege to be to be invited to participate in another person’s transformational journey. The invitation to be in a healing relationship must be met with respect, authentic compassion, and real human-to-human engagement. My role as a therapist is to not only help clients heal the inevitable relational wounds, but also to help them cultivate the resilience to live life with clarity, courage, and compassion.
Katherine Glick is a Licensed Professional Counselor (PA, NJ) and Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor (NJ), as well as a Certified and Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS, CCS). Her professional background includes 10 years of clinical experience working in addiction treatment and psychiatric rehabilitation. She opened her private practice in 2013, specializing in the holistic and integrative treatment of clinical mental health and behavioral disorders, as well as health counseling, coaching, and psychotherapy. She has taught in undergraduate, graduate, and professional development educational programs since 2013.