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Joanne Arroyo

Joanne Arroyo


20 years of experience
Solution oriented
121 N McKean St...

No matter the diagnosis, I help people who feel stuck in their symptoms and circumstances to step out of their struggles into their lives. I do this through first providing insights about how the components of ourselves (body, mind, emotion) work together in general, and how we can exert influence over these mechanisms. We then apply this knowledge and understanding to the specifics of what is being struggled with so that desired outcomes of person identified treatment goals can be achieved. In short, we establish what you want as defined by you then I facilitate your discovery of how to get there. Through the therapeutic process I assist you with establishing sustainable lifestyle practices that serve you best.

What can clients expect to take away from sessions with you?

Initially I will listen. I will listen to how you see, and how you are experiencing, your life. I will listen to what you feel contributed to where you are in life and how that impacts you now. If you know. Often we just know we 'off', 'wrong' or plain just 'not right'. No matter whether you have a good understanding of where you are and how you feel, or have no clue, we will work with where you are by using that information to assist you with beginning to understand how body, mind, and emotion influence each other and therefore how you are feel and what you struggle with.

Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.

Within the first few sessions the repeating refrains are "makes sense", "that makes SO much sense" and "when I understand it like that..." Facilitating this understanding, walking alongside while applying these discoveries to treatment goals, then generalizing for sustainable healthy, vibrant living are my greatest strengths. My greatest joy is when I am no longer needed. My greatest joy is in saying "Good bye".

About Joanne Arroyo

Licensed in


121 N McKean St 2nd FLR, Kittanning, PA, USA


Virtual & in-person

My treatment methods


Throughout my experience in economically, ethnically and geographically diverse settings from urban and rural community settings to public housing and affluent homes, I have consistently found that an integrative approach is the best practice for meeting people where they are so that I can assist them with getting to where they want to be. Since my experience has been one of diversity over the years, my training has been too. Drawing from these experiences and trainings when appropriate provides my person-centered integrative approach with broad based resources to work with, and from, for people to achieve their own mental health goals. An Integrative approach also lends itself nicely to these practices eventually becoming people's own maintenence tools.