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Who We Are

New England Office

New England Regional Director
Michelle Drolsbaugh
Phone: (857) 244-0449
Email: michelle@mindingyourmind.org

Please send correspondence and donations to our business mailing address:
Minding Your Mind
124 Sibley Avenue
Ardmore, PA 19003

Massachusetts Satellite Office
60 Austin Street, Suite #305
Newtonville, MA 02460

Our Programs

Our Speakers

Morgan

Morgan’s self-doubt and insecurity led to anxiety and depression that eventually manifested into disordered eating, self-harm, and suicide ideation. Through her recovery, Morgan developed positive coping skills and learned how to love herself, turning that self-doubt into self-worth. She shares her story so that others know they are not alone and recovery IS possible.
Jordan

Jordan

Hiding his anxiety and depression behind a mask of “the kid who has it all,” Jordan turned to drinking to cope and eventually attempted to take his life. Today, Jordan is a messenger of hope who teaches that although we can’t choose the things that happen to us, we CAN choose how we cope with them.

Joey

Joey’s ethnic and sexual identity led him to fear disapproval from his family and everyone in his life. This internal struggle led to depression, self-harm, suicidal ideation, anxiety, and panic-attacks. Through therapy, Joey found recovery and happiness with himself and his life.

Jenna

The trauma she experienced at a young age led Jenna to develop anxiety, which she coped with through perfectionism without ever seeing her own self-worth. Committed to treatment and ongoing therapy, she not only survived but now thrives.
Brooke

Brooke

Growing up always having to present a happy face, yet living with self-doubt, guilt, and an intense fear of abandonment, Brooke coped by self-harming and substance misuse. After receiving multiple mental health diagnoses, included anxiety, bipolar, and body dysmorphia disorder, Brooke’s recovery led to self-love, consistency, and knowing she is always worthwhile.
Scott

Scott

Difficult experiences in high school turned this student-athlete to feeling worthless and mentally abusing himself. Scott turned his world around by harnessing the power of positive self-talk and incorporating positivity into his life, now helping others discover that thoughts are just as important as actions.

Andrew

As a student-athlete experiencing depression, anxiety, and suicide ideation, Andrew was able to find recovery through psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and positive coping skills.

Our Clinicians

Jon Mattleman, MS Counseling

Our Mindfulness Presenters

Linda Price, M.Ed., CAGS, E-RYT

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