Lara Krawchuk, MSW, LCSW, MPH
Founder and Clinical Director of Clinical Services at Healing Concepts, LLC.
Lara has been working with individuals, families and groups struggling with a wide range of life transitions for over 25 years. She offers extensive clinical experience in the fields of cancer care, end of life, grief, living losses, physical illness, professional stress, transition to college, and trauma, Lara enjoys using a combination of talk therapy, Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy, and creative healing techniques to support families facing change, grief, loss, stress, trauma histories, and suffering.
Lara is a nationally recognized expert on grief, loss, and coping with physical illness. She teaches many graduate level classes, including those focused on Advanced Clinical Social Work, Cancer Care, Death, End of Life, and Grief & Loss Across a Life Cycle. Lara is an long time adjunct professor with the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy and Practice and has taught in West Chester University and Temple University's MSW programs. She lectures nationally on issues of grief & loss, physical illness, end of life, guided imagery, creative healing and compassion fatigue. Lara wrote four chapters for Robert Neimeyer's acclaimed books: Techniques of Grief Therapy: Creative Practices for Counseling the Bereaved and Techniques of Grief Therapy: Assessment and Intervention. She also serves on the faculty of Niemeyer's Portland Institute for Loss and Transition, which offers onsite and online postgraduate Certification in Meaning Reconstruction in Loss.
Contact Lara at 610-209-3111.
Lara is seeing clients at our 535 N. Church Street office in West Chester.