Supportive counseling for Families, Couples and Individuals

John McWilliams, MSS, LCSW

About

Since graduating from the Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research at Bryn Mawr College in 2008, I have developed clinical expertise in a wide range of specialty areas.  I trained in structural, contextual and attachment based family therapies while working with families at the Warwick House, a residential treatment facility for children in Bucks County.  While at Interim House West, a residential drug and alcohol treatment facility in West Philadelphia, I administered Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) to women in residence seeking recovery from substance abuse.   My work with individuals in recovery include those struggling with substance dependence and sexual compulsivity.  I am passionate about my work with individuals within the LGBT community.  Since entering private practice, I have become skilled in helping young people manage the difficult transition from older adolescent to young adult.    I worked with couples to resolve relationship conflicts and ineffective communication patterns that are barriers to sexual and emotional intimacy. 


Prior to becoming a clinical social worker I was a certified public accountant in California and held various senior management positions in corporate accounting and finance.  As such, I am well acquainted with the stress faced by business professionals as they balance the demands of work and family. 


Originally from Franklin, TN, I moved to Philadelphia in 2004. 


Feel free to check out my complete professional history on LinkedIn.

John C. McWilliams, MSS, LCSW  1880 John F. Kennedy Blvd., Suite, 1810, Philadelphia, PA 19103  215-382-6680 x4205