Cheryl H. Litzke, Ph.D., LMFT
As a licensed marriage and family therapist with over thirty years of experience, Dr. Litzke sees people at various life transition points. Relational difficulties in the present are often due to unmet needs, wounds and expectations from past experiences. Her work focuses on helping individuals, couples and families get unstuck so that they can continue with their lives in healthier ways.
As a teacher, supervisor and clinical trainer, Dr. Litzke also conducts individual and group supervision for persons to obtain their MFT license in the state of Pennsylvania. She is a Clinical Fellow and an Approved Supervisor with the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
Dr. Litzke has published widely in the area of families with substance abuse and has been interviewed on radio and in magazine articles discussing the issues that remarried families face as they transition from divorce to new family structural forms.
Family therapists view human problems from a relational perspective. As the fifth mental health discipline recognized by the National Institutes of Mental Health, Family Therapists have been trained to work with multiple persons at one time.
If your issue is a relational issue, couple and family therapists are well trained to meet your needs.