Behavioral Health Choices
A comprehensive mental health practice
(484) 685-0965
We accept most private insurance carriers, Medicare and self pay.
*We are not a Medicaid or CHIP provider*

*Individuals 18 and over have to make their own appointments*
Patients requiring psychiatric evaluations and medication management also need to be in therapy with a BHC therapist.

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Warrington I Location


Josephine Pobre-So, MD
Dr. Pobre-So received her medical degree from the University of the East Ramon Magsaysay College of Medicine in 1979. She completed her psychiatric residency at Albert Einstein Medical Center in 1996 and a geriatric psychiatry fellowship at the same institution in 1997. In addition to working at Behavioral Health Choices, Dr. Pobre-So is a staff psychiatrist at six area nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Fluent in English and Tagalong, Dr. Pobre-So treats clients age 18 and older. She has a special interest in pharmacotherapy, mood and anxiety disorders, ADHD and older adults with cognitive impairments.

Judith Outten, MD
Dr. Outten is a child, adolescent and adult psychiatrist who received her medical degree from the East Carolina University School of Medicine, completed her residency training at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine and did her child psychiatry training at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia ( CHOP ) and the State University of New York in Buffalo, NY. Dr. Outten has 20 years experience treating psychiatric patients in inpatient and outpatient settings. She served as the medical director at the Center for Autism and participated in talk radio shows representing the Medical Society of Eastern Pennsylvania. Dr. Outten’s main goal for her patients is to achieve optimal health and wellness.

Jutta Vogt, MD
Jutta Vogt, MD is a board certified child, adolescent and adult psychiatrist who provides diagnostic assessments and medication management. During her initial evaluation Dr. Vogt shares her diagnostic impressions, her understanding of etiological and dynamic factors underpinning patient’s illnesses and provides a treatment plan that will result in the most efficient way to recovery.  Dr. Vogt’s care philosophy is to use as little medication as possible and foster patients' resiliency through self empowerment by cognitively reframing experiences so that they can be mastered easily.  As her role as the medical director she also provides oversight to clinical operations to guarantee the very best outcome for our patients.  Dr. Vogt has over 20 years experience treating behavioral difficulties and illnesses. Dr. Vogt did her residency and child psychiatry fellowship training at Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA. Upon graduation she worked as an attending psychiatrist at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), the Center for Autism, community mental health clinics, residential treatment facilities and in private practice. Dr. Vogt treats children, adolescents and adults.

Norma Cruz Luna, MD
Dr. Cruz Luna is a board certified psychiatrist who completed her residency at Albert Einstein Healthcare. She has experience in evaluating and treating pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric patients and treats a number of mental health conditions including depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and adhd. She is fluent in Spanish and English. She provides evaluations and medication management and aims to help her patients achieve stability.

Tiy Adams, MD
Dr. Tiy Adams is a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, who is Board Certified in Adult Psychiatry and practices in the Philadelphia area. She received her undergraduate education at Spelman College, where she majored in Psychology, minored in Neuroscience, and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 2002. She then pursued a Doctorate in Medicine from
Howard University College of Medicine and graduated in the class of 2009. She continued with post-graduate residency in Adult Psychiatry at Howard University Hospital in Washington, DC. While in DC she interned with the National Institutes of Heath's National Center on Minority Health and Health Disparities. She transitioned to The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia in 2013 to bridge into the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship program affiliated with the University of Pennsylvania. She graduated with this specialty in 2015 and entered practice at the Center for Autism, a comprehensive social and adaptive functioning therapy-focused non-profit center in West Philadelphia. After two years there, she returned to her roots in community psychiatry, a foundation of her training at Howard. She became an Attending Psychiatrist at Einstein Hospital, training residents in North Philadelphia's busiest hospital's Crisis Response Center. In addition to working at BHC where she provides psychiatric evaluations for adults and children as well as medication management, she continues to work in Crisis
Response Centers in the Philadelphia area. Dr. Adams resides in Bucks County and has two young daughters. She loves spending time with her family and pets. Some of her passions include learning about different cultures and foods, traveling, singing, and appreciating nature.


Jeanne DiVincenzo, Psy.D.
As a clinical psychologist, Dr. DiVincenzo specializes in treating adults and young adults, helping them transform their difficulties into lifelong change that will benefit them and their relationships. Her style is collaborative and empathic, and is based on building a safe and trusting environment in which clients can better understand themselves, their relationships, and their behaviors. She assists clients in gaining insight about areas that limit their development and satisfaction in order to build a foundation for future growth. At the same time, she helps her clients develop “tools” for managing difficult emotions and situations that may prevent them from meeting their full potential. Dr. DiVincenzo has experience treating a comprehensive range of mental health difficulties in both outpatient and inpatient settings, including: anxiety disorders, women’s issues, depression, bipolar disorder, coping with loss and physical illness, interpersonal difficulties, and managing workplace stress. She is trained in mindfulness stress reduction and often incorporates that into her client work. In addition to her clinical work, Dr. DiVincenzo also serves as the director of program development at Behavioral Health Choices.

Gerry Grote MSW, LSW
Gerry has over 25 years experience treating children, families, individuals and couples. His main therapeutic approaches are CBT and interpersonal therapy. Gerry has a lot of success treating couples, individuals and families in crisis. He teaches conflict resolution skills, active listening as well as anger management and can help with explosive couple and family situations. He treats a range of mental illnesses like ADHD, ODD, anxiety, depression, PTSD, substance abuse, autism spectrum disorders, identity crisis as well as gender identity issues.

Gabrielle Morreale, M.A. LPC. DBTC
Counseling and helping others are my truest passions in life. I received my Master’s in Counseling Psychology from Rosemont College. I have been in the field for the past 6 years and worked across a variety of settings. I am also dialectical behavioral therapy ( DBT ) certified and help patients modulate and modify difficult to manage emotions. I have extensive experience working with ADHD, adjustment disorders, anxiety disorders, bereavement, bipolar disorder, depression, eating disorders, family system changes (divorce), poor self-esteem, and post-traumatic stress disorder. I specialize in adolescents but I enjoy working with people of all different life stages. I always try to come from a place of empowerment and understanding. My clinical methods are strongly rooted in CBT but I often will use a variety of different techniques, while always trying to maintain a Rogerian attitude. Everyone deserves to be the best version of themselves and that’s my goal for all patients I see.

Mindy Rushbrook, LCSW
Ms. Rushbrook received her Master’s of Social Services from Bryn Mawr College. As a licensed clinical social worker she works with children, families, individuals and couples. She specializes in treating depression, anxiety, grieving, loss, trauma, ADD, self esteem and family issues. Ms. Rushbrook utilizes CBT and Motivational Interviewing as well as other treatment modalities as indicated which can vary from individual to individual.

Kevin Meyer, LPC
Kevin received his Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Harding University and has experience working with a diverse population of clients including children, adolescents, young adults, and adults. He also has extensive experience in treating anxiety disorders, depression and mood disorders, schizophrenia, co-occurring disorders, self-image struggles, intrusive thoughts, relational struggles, couples and marital therapy, as well as experience in handling and responding to crisis situations. Kevin utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Brief Therapy, Structural Family Therapy, Strategic Therapy, and Bowenian Therapy. All therapies are strength-based, have a person-centered approach and focus on the issues pertinent to each individual patient.

Kristine Kershner, M.S. LPC
Kristine received her undergraduate degree in psychology from The Pennsylvania State University, and her masters degree in psychotherapy from Hahnemann University.  She is a licensed clinician with 30 years of experience providing therapy to children, adolescents and adults, age two years and up.  She is a trauma informed therapist prepared to work with a variety of counseling topics, including trauma, loss, anxiety and children’s behavior problems.  She is trained in evidence based models including Trauma Focused CBT, Parent Child Interaction Therapy, Child Adult Relationship Enhancement and Exposure Therapy.
Rebecca Mellis, LPC
Rebecca has a deep passion for helping families and individuals process trauma, grief, and improve relationships and communication. She particularly is interested in helping children and adolescents who suffer from anxiety and depression develop the skills they need that exert a protective factor as they get older and face various challenges as they move through life. Rebecca tailors her treatment approach to the individual applying CBT techniques that build personal strengths, emotional resilience, and utilizes personal relationships to build a sense of healthy community since no one functions independently. Her passion for people comes from over a decade of clinical experience as a family-based therapist in Philadelphia, after getting her Master’s Degree in Counseling at Westminster Seminary in Philadelphia in 2008.

Ms. Emily Caliguri, M.A. 
Ms. Caliguri received her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Immaculata University. She has an
undergraduate degree in Psychology and Social Science from Penn State University. Ms. Caliguri’s specialty areas include
working with children on the autism spectrum, adolescents, families and adults. Ms. Caliguri’s clinical experiences include
working with clients with anxiety disorders, major depression, bipolar disorder, ADHD, and with individuals who need help
managing life changes and transitions across the lifespan. Ms. Caliguri provides individual, group and family therapy. While
her clinical methods take into account the individual needs of each client, Ms. Caliguri’s therapeutic approach is rooted in
Solution- Focused-Brief Therapy and Person-Centered Therapy.  This mix of approaches enables her clients to work out solutions to their challenges in a warm, collaborative, and empathic environment. Emily has experience working in behavioral health practices and community mental health clinics.  She has provided individual counseling, social skills groups for
individuals on the autism spectrum, groups for children and adolescents with ADHD and group therapy for individuals suffering from anxiety and depression. 

Judith Kurtis, LCSW
Judy received her master’s degree in social work from the University of Maryland. She has several years of experience working with children, families and seniors. Judy takes a psychodynamic and strength’s based approach within her clinical work. Judy also has a certification in case management, which helps her understand the whole person and helps her identify any resources that might be needed. Judy’s understanding of the developmental needs from childhood to senior-hood provides a foundation for a supportive therapeutic relationship. Judy specifically has experience working with anxiety, depression, life transitions, grief and loss, relationship and family issues. She helps individuals overcome their obstacles by focusing on their strengths and helps them create a personal path to reach their goals.

Matthew A. Burkit, M.Ed., LPC, NCC
Matt is a Licensed Professional Mental Health Counselor and is a Nationally Certified Counselor through the NBCC.  Matt received his Masters of Education through Kutztown University and has over 11 years of experience working within the Mental Health Field.  Within the current scope of his practice, Matt works with children, adolescence, individuals, couples, and families.  Though Matt specializes in supporting individuals with anxiety, depression and mood disorders; he also has extensive experience aiding individuals who struggle with schizophrenia, pervasive developmental disorders, and greater systemic issues that may occur in couples and families. Matt is often focused in a person-centered, strength-based, and solution-focused modality which utilizes interventions from a wide scope of clinical disciplines to meet the needs of his clientele.
Avis Pitkow, Psy.D.
Dr. Pitkow earned her Master’s Degree and her Doctoral Degree in Clinical Psychology from Immaculata University. She has a diverse background having worked with outpatient, inpatient, substance abuse and dual diagnosis populations. In addition to working in the field for close to 20 years, Dr. Pitkow brings essential life experiences to the work. Dr. Pitkow believes that the most important aspect of therapy is the relationship established between the client and the therapist, without which very little is accomplished. To that end she aims to create a safe and warm environment where the relationship can develop. She states she is not a “one size fits all” type therapist, therefore integrative, psychodynamic, eclectic and a touch of CBT would be good descriptors of her style. She believes in meeting clients where they are and going from there and is particularly fond of working with people who are in early sobriety having difficulty learning to “live life on life’s terms.“  She appreciates working with people who have felt stuck and are ready to do the work to make some changes. It is rewarding to be there with them to assist in that process.