Ashley Schrag received her B.S. in human development and family studies from Penn State University. She went on to earn an M.S.Ed. in Psychological Services and an M.Phil.Ed. in Professional Counseling from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. While studying at Penn, Ashley completed an internship at Hall-Mercer, a community mental health center affiliated with the hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. There she was responsible for providing individual therapy to adult and child clients, co-leading therapeutic groups for adults and children, and assisting with the intake process. Additionally, Ashley has experience working with parents and children in the Head Start program. After graduation, Ashley went on to work at the Penn State Psychological Clinic, where she continues today as a staff therapist. In her role at the clinic, Ashley provides individual and group psychotherapy to adults and children, as well as providing psychological consultation services to individuals with intellectual disabilities and their service providers. She also devotes time to mentoring and supervising current counseling students. Ashley is currently a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Pennsylvania. She enjoys serving a variety of clients, with particular interests in working with adults to address issues related to anxiety, depression, interpersonal difficulties, challenges related to adjustment and developmental transitions.