Leslie Londré, MS, NCC

Whether it be breaking familial cycles or learning to thrive in uncertain times, change is difficult. I would love to help your child and family navigate those challenges. I blend a person-centered approach, where you set the goals and serve as the expert on your child, with evidence-based interventions personalized to your child’s unique needs. I attune to the needs of parents and children, to help work through growing pains and life transitions.

Life isn’t one size fits all and neither is therapy. I have a dynamic, active approach to therapy. I incorporate movement and athletics to connect the mind and body, and I enjoy using play therapy interventions to create a language that both child and parent can understand. I am passionate about learning new skills as I continue to grow professionally.

Accepted Insurance Plans: Medical Assistance, self-pay


  • Ages 10+
  • Anxiety and mood issues
  • Grief, loss, and trauma
  • Multiculturalism & Spanish-speaking families


I am an electic therapist, meaning that I use different therapy approaches depending on the client’s needs. I draw from:

  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), including Trauma-Focused CBT
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
  • Mindfulness
  • Holistic therapy
  • Family therapy


Leslie is clinically supervised by Liz Campbell, Ph.D., while she completes her postgraduate hours to become a Licensed Professional Counselor. 


I am an Army veteran of 8 years. I grew up in central Pennslyvania and returned to the area after my time in the military. I have rescue pups and enjoy hiking with them whenever I get the chance. I revel in playing sports, spending time in nature, and exploring new places. When I’m not outside chasing pups or my daughter, I am inside cooking family recipes (or at least attempting to!). My community and the people in it are important to me and I look forward to contributing in any way.