KCSS prides itself on being a small business that cares for each individual in a personal way. We’re not big and we are proud of it. We treat each and every person with respect, kindness, and compassion. We know our clients and they are the priority. We see everyone quickly and respect their time. We also maintain strict confidentiality.
KCSS serves adults and children from ages 6 and up. We provide individual, family and group therapy sessions to promote and welcome positive change and outcomes. We assist those in coping with life transitions, depression, anxiety, grief, loss, bereavement, ADHD, and behavioral issues to name a few. We work closely with psychiatrists, nurse practitioners and therapists who choose to serve by working with individuals to achieve mental health and wellness.
Sometimes, stressors can be overwhelming. Factors such as stressful work environments, unemployment, medical conditions, divorce, seperation, and financial strain are just a few. No matter what the issue, KCSS is here for you. We want to know you and help you and most importantly we want to help make life better!
Same Day Appointments
We offer same day appointments. We are here to serve you.
Video Sessions Available
You can receive therapy wherever you like with Telehealth.
Experienced, Discreet, Reliable
Brandi Lee Szabo, owner and founder of Keystone Counseling & Social Services LLC, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) who works with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. She graduated from Pennsylvania State University with an Associate in Arts, and from California University of Pennsylvania with her Bachelor’s in English with an emphasis in Journalism and photography and a minor in Psychology. Her Master’s in Social Work was earned from California University of Pennsylvania. She obtained the Family Development Credential from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She obtained her graduate degree with honors, Magna Cum Laude, and as member of the Phi Alpha National Honor Society Beta Nu Chapter.
Brandi has more than 21 years’ experience working in the field of behavioral health. She has worked in a variety of settings inclusive of Community Care, Emergency Room Social Work, Intensive Care Unit Social Work, Medical Social Work, Inpatient Behavioral Health, Outpatient Behavioral Health, and in Intellectual and Developmental Disability and Case Management Services. Brandi has an extensive background in working with clients struggling with depression and anxiety and with children struggling with behavioral issues.
She utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Person Centered Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Play Therapy, Art Therapy, and Psychodynamic Therapy.
Elizabeth Comer is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) who works with children, adolescents, adults, and families. She graduated from California University of Pennsylvania with her Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice and her Master’s in Social Work. She also has her Certified Case Management Certification (CCM).
Elizabeth has over 17 years of experience working in the Human Services Field. She has worked in a variety of settings including a Residential Treatment Facility, Acute Medical Inpatient, Outpatient Behavioral Health Services, Substance Abuse Administrative Services and Intellectual and Developmental Disability Services. Elizabeth also has an extensive background in Case Management Services specific to Medical and Behavioral Health.
She utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Choice Theory, Trauma Centered Approach, Strengths Based Approach, Person Centered Therapy, and Play Therapy to treat trauma, Anxiety, Depression, Adjustment Issues, Relational Conflicts, Marital Conflict, Substance Abuse, Grief and Loss and ADHD. She values authenticity and strives to provide a therapeutic environment where clients can feel safe to be open and honest while challenging themselves to make positive change.
Tristin Szabo has a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from Pennsylvania State University. He is continuing his education to obtain a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree. He has a deep interest in Mental Health & currently volunteers at KCSS . Aspen, pictured with Tristin, is the Keystone Counseling & Social Services emotional support dog who loves to visit with everyone she meets.