About Jacqueline Summers
I’m a Licensed Psychologist and have been specializing in Couples Counseling for more than 30 years. I received my clinical training at Temple University and Goddard College.
In addition to my private practice, I served as a Board Member at Center for the Whole Person in Philadelphia. I completed the Center’s Leader Training Program in 1970 and conducted therapy groups for individuals and couples at the Center until 1979, when I became Director of the N.E. Philadelphia Branch.
I directed the Anxiety Treatment Center in Havertown, Pa. for several years, where I helped heal the anxiety and depression that often arises from relationship issues. I am also a Certified Imago Therapist.
I served as Director of the Couples Counseling Center in Philadelphia, specializing in short-term couples therapy, including communication skills, conflict resolution, and relationship healing.
My writing has been published in magazines, newspapers, and anthologies in the United States and Canada, including The Saturday Evening Post and Reader’s Digest.
I help individuals and couples create a mature, nurturing, and enduring love, to be all they can be, and to enjoy a vital life well lived.