About

Tracy Wood, M.Ed., LMFT


therapist

Who am I?

I am an experienced PA-licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT) who loves the work I do. I am a member of AAMFT, the national professional organization for marriage and family therapists, where I have earned the status of Clinical Fellow, a credentialed category granted to only those clinicians who have met rigorous standards in education, training, and experience in marriage and family therapy. I am also the founder of Main Line Relationship Center, a resident of the Main Line, a wife of 20+ years, and a mom.


Why am I unique?
Among the therapists who say they offer "couples therapy," "sex therapy," or "family therapy," there are -- unfortunately -- many that have no training in these unique disciplines. You can be reassured that I spent several years training in these approaches specifically. I have the specialized training, credentials and experience to help you address marital and couple discord, sexual concerns, difficult family relationships, anxiety and depression.


What is my approach?
As a systemically-trained therapist, I look at clients and their struggles within the context of their relationships. I view symptoms and problems as originating from -- and being maintained by -- problematic interactions between people, versus within people themselves. This is a profound shift away from pathologizing models. My clients find me to be open, warm, accepting, active and educational. You can read comments from former clients here.


Are you looking for "the best" therapist?

For guidance on finding a great therapist on the Main Line, please read my article on the topic.  


Treatment specializations (alphabetically):

Education:

  • Master of Education, Human Sexuality, Widener University
  • Post-Graduate Certificate, Couples, Family and Sex Therapy, Council for Relationships (affiliated with Jefferson Medical College’s Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior, Division of Couple and Family Studies)

Professional Memberships:

  • Clinical Fellow, American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT)
  • Member, American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT)

License:

MF000482

NPI:

1063678316

Email:

[email protected]

Phone:

215-429-1876



Max Corchin, M.Ed, LPC


Who am I?

I’m a Pennsylvania Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) with nearly a decade of experience treating behavioral and mental health stressors in individuals and couples in both public and private settings. Outside of work I enjoy podcasts, connecting with friends, cooking, exercising, video games, spending time with my wife, and the occasional karaoke night.


Why am I unique?

Therapy is my second -- and favorite! -- career. When working in finance left me uninspired, I took the leap to pursue work that matters much more to me -- helping people find ways to feel better in their skin, their relationships, and their lives. I recognize that it can be scary and stressful to reach out for help and to make changes in your life. In my sessions I create a safe and welcoming space for my clients. Therapy is personalized for each client by setting goals and working through current difficulties, processing current and past feelings, and examining old memories to look for opportunities to understand them differently.


What is my approach?

Therapy is a focused conversation about change, growth, and connection. Using treatments like cognitive behavioral therapy, systems theory, The Gottman Method, and psychodynamic therapy I look at the whole person, family system, and community to create meaningful change in the lives of my clients. I offer online sessions to maximize your access to support. By eliminating your commute to and from an office, therapy takes far less time -- something my professional clients appreciate (less time away from work), my clients with children appreciate (less time away from kids), and my teen and young adult clients appreciate (less time away from extracurricular activities, studies, friends, and family).  


Treatment specializations (alphabetically):

  • ADHD
  • Adolescents, College Students, and Young Adults
  • Academic Performance and Stress
  • Anger Management
  • Anxiety
  • Asperger's Syndrome
  • Couple's Therapy (The Gottman Method)
  • Depression
  • Drug Abuse
  • High School / College Club and Sport Stressors
  • Internet and Video Game Addiction
  • Peer Relationships
  • Relationship Issues
  • Sports Performance

Education:

  • Master of Education, Counseling Psychology, Temple University
  • Gottman Method Couples Therapy Level 1

License:

PC009389

NPI:

1578820551

Email:

[email protected]

Phone:

267-935-9368