Orchard Hill Counseling provides professional care for
individuals, couples and families facing challenging life circumstances.
Contact the counseling office at (724) 799-7997
Faith Bjorklund, M.A.
Faith is a graduate of Trinity International University with a Master's in Counseling Psychology, which included theological training. Supporting individuals, premarital couples, married couples and families, Faith has experience counseling in areas of anxiety, depression, grief, relational difficulties, infidelity, communication training, conflict resolution, abuse recovery, spiritual concerns and parenting.
Faith is committed to an integrated approach when assisting people in need by bringing biblical truth and spiritual development in concert with psychological counseling. Faith and her husband Kurt have four sons ranging in age from high school through college.
Michael Dunbar, M.A. & LPC
Michael is a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC) and Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) receiving his Masters Degree in Marriage and Family Counseling from Geneva College in Beaver Pennsylvania. His undergraduate degree, in Human Resources, is also from Geneva College.
Prior to joining Orchard Hill Counseling, Michael worked in the business community for 25 years as a medical consultant and recently as the owner of a small business.
Michael is married and has four grown children. His area of focus at Geneva was Marriage & Family Counseling from a Christian World View, but Mike also has years of experience in Mental Health counseling. His experience includes Men’s Issues, Addiction, Codependency, Anxiety, Depression, OCD, Bi-polar, PTSD, and Personality Disorders.
Stacy Gallagher, M.A.
Stacy received a B.A., Education from Westminster College and an M.A., Counseling from Duquesne University. She has extensive experience and training in working with teens and young adults along with experience in counseling for blended families, sexuality issues, marriage, anxiety and depression, life transitions, communication, parenting, and relational issues.
Stacy integrates several counseling techniques in conjunction with biblical truths and prayer when helping people. She and her husband Rick have been married 18 years and have four children.
Hannah Perry, M.A. & NCC
Hannah earned her Masters Degree in Counseling from Geneva College, with a focus on Marriage, Couples, and Family Therapy, and is a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC). She received her B.A. from Messiah College in Communication with a minor in Psychology.
Hannah has extensive experience counseling adolescents and young adults through life transitions, along with sexuality issues, anxiety and depression, family systems struggles, and relational difficulties. She also has training in counseling couples, individuals healing from abuse and those struggling with addiction.
Hannah has spoken at multiple conferences around the topic of "Singleness in the Christian Church." She is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors and the American Counseling Association. Hannah takes an eclectic therapeutic approach, which combines empirically researched counseling methods with biblical principles.