Evolve Counseling Services, located in Paoli, Pennsylvania, serves individuals in the Upper Main Line and surrounding communities struggling with eating disorders, trauma, anxiety and depression. Together the clinicians have 40+ years experience in a variety of mental health settings including but not limited to Partial Hospitalization programs, Intensive Outpatient Programs, Outpatient practices and Community Mental Health Organizations. We have experience treating adolescents, young adults and adults. Our approach is strengths-based, HAES informed, and individualized, assisting clients in identifying their goals and working collaboratively to achieve those goals. We believe a strong therapeutic relationship that is collaborative and goal-oriented is essential to individual success.
Keeley Seymour, LCSW
Co-Founder and Therapist
Keeley Seymour is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker whose passion lies in helping others heal from past experiences and empowering them to move forward with their personal goals. Keeley earned her Master’s degree in Social Work from The University of Maryland, Baltimore. She has a Certificate in Advanced Trauma Treatment from The Ferentz Institute in Baltimore and a postgraduate certificate from the Postpartum Stress Center on treating postpartum depression and anxiety.
She has worked providing trauma informed therapeutic services in a variety of settings to those struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma, eating disorders, and other mental health issues. Keeley has had the privilege of working with adolescents, adults and families through her work at Center for Families in Malvern, PA, The Renfrew Center for Eating Disorders in Radnor, PA and at HopeWorks (formerly the Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Center) in Maryland. Keeley utilizes a strengths-based approach, helping clients identify and improve their ability to reach their full potential.
Jen Donovan, LCSW
Co-Founder and Therapist
Jen is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who believes therapy can play an important and essential role in one's life, throughout any chapter. Jen's area of interests and expertise include helping individuals struggling with eating disorders, trauma, anxiety, and maternal mental health. Jen earned her Master's Degree in Social Work from West Chester University and her Bachelor's Degree in Rehabilitation Services from Penn State University.
Jen is certified in CPT (Cognitive Processing Therapy), a cognitive behavioral treatment for PTSD, and in TREM (Trauma Recovery and Empowerment Model). She has a postgraduate certificate from the Postpartum Stress Center in treating perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. She has worked extensivley in the eating disorder field in a variety of settings and is passionate about working with others on their journey to recovery. She also works with women who struggle with eating disorders and/or body image during and after pregnancy.
Jen has had the privilege of working with adolescents, adults and families through her work at The Alliance for Eating Disorders, The Renfrew Center, Penn State Abington Counseling Center and Central MH/MR Center. She values working with clients to empower them in recognizing they can advocate for themselves and build upon their own strengths.
Hayley Addesa, LPC
Hayley Addesa is a Licensed Professional Counselor with an enthusiasm for helping others to feel empowered and offering a safe space for personal growth. Hayley earned her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Immaculata University. She has had the honor of working within the community mental health setting and providing services to individuals facing depression, anxiety, eating disorders, trauma, and other pervasive mental health challenges. Hayley has had experience working with adolescents, adults, families, and couples in her time with Penndel Mental Health Center and The Renfrew Center of Radnor, PA. Hayley uses an integrative approach to support clients on their therapeutic journey.
Alaina Klause, LPC
Alaina is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Nationally Certified Counselor with a person-centered approach that fosters an environment in which individuals can feel safe, seen, and heard. The relationship is the most important aspect of the therapeutic work. Alaina has earned her Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Villanova University. She has worked with individuals struggling with eating disorders, depression, trauma, anxiety, substance use and other mental health challenges. Alaina's experience also includes providing individual, family, and group therapy with The Renfrew Center of Radnor, PA. Each therapeutic experience is tailored to the needs of the individual. In therapy with Alaina, you will work towards personal goals to build awareness, resiliency, recognize strengths, and promote growth.
Annie Baker, LPC
With over ten years of experience working with children, adolescents, adults and families, Annie Baker brings a diverse mix of experiences to her counseling approach. As a Licensed Professional Counselor, she offers a warm, supportive, and nonjudgmental environment that focuses on developing an authentic therapeutic relationship with her clients. Annie has experience providing counseling for individuals who are struggling with eating disorders, body image, trauma, anxiety, depression, and grief and loss. Annie earned her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Villanova University. Her education and work experiences at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, The Renfrew Center, and A Haven have allowed her the privilege of working with both individuals and families in various life stages with mental health concerns. She believes the therapeutic relationship is at the heart of therapy, and that it creates a platform in which the client can gain insight and awareness to foster growth and healing.
Colin Smith, LPC
A full-time school counselor, Colin Smith has been working with adolescents both in schools and in outpatient therapy for over fourteen years. Working in both public and approved private schools as well as community mental health has provided Colin with various learning opportunities. Areas of experience include individuals with anxiety, depression, self-esteem deficits, autism, and conduct disorders. He has provided individual, group, and family therapy in school, home, and office settings. Colin believes in the power of rapport building and establishing a strong therapeutic bond through trust, and a lack of judgment. His approach involves using individual strengths to foster independence and personal growth.