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Arlene Foreman Licensed Professional Counselor in Pennsylvania
Arlene Foreman , MS

Licensed Professional Counselor

Ardmore, PA

Online only

Accepting new clients

About me

Drawing on more than 25 years of experience,

Arlene Foreman is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She has helped more than four thousand clients resolve their conflicts and manage their anger and become exciting, high-functioning people.

Professional memberships include:

The American Mental Health Counselors Association
The American Counseling Association
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) Certified
The Attention Deficit Disorder Association
The National Board For Certified Counselors
The National Registry For Certified Group Psychotherapists
The Association For Comprehensive Energy Psychology
The American Group Psychotherapy Association.
Certified anger management therapist

Arlene Foreman has an extraordinary ability to quickly get to the heart of an issue. She attributes her effectiveness to devoting positive energy to all areas of her life. “I am continually challenging myself to grow,” she says. “I believe I must have a profound understanding of myself in order to inspire others to become more than they ever imagined they could be.”

From her busy Ardmore office, Arlene Foreman is on the cutting edge — helping people’s real selves to emerge and providing them with the clarity they need to make informed decisions for their long-term best interest.

“People sometimes come to their first session,” she says, “fearful of being misunderstood and blamed. Instead, they leave with clarity, understanding, and exciting new skills.”

“As usual, Arlene Foreman is one step ahead of everyone else. Her thinking is brilliant, intriguing, and thought-provoking.”
— Constance Linn, M.D.

Apply these Top Ten Skills

Develop trust in yourself
Place your heart on your ear and listen deeply
Calm yourself by feeling LACE (Love, Appreciation, Compassion, Empathy)
Tune into your own heart
Get in touch with your feelings
Notice negative thinking
Tell people what you want instead of expecting them to know
Say no without feeling guilty
Give and receive affection
Discover how a sincere intention to change can improve your relationships and your life.



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Ardmore Counseling Inc

1906 Chestnut Circle
Ardmore, PA 19003 US


Licensed to see clients in

Years in practice


Service types

  • Therapy / Counseling

Types of clients

  • Adolescents (13-17)
  • Adults (18+)
  • Older Adults (65+)
  • Individuals
  • Couples
  • Groups
  • Families
  • Parents & Caregivers


  • English

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