So – DO you feel understood? Dr. Chad Coren has heard the answer to this question in a resounding “NO” many times over the last decade, and has helped many people feel understood, which he feels is a luxury these days.
Dr. Coren has always been interested in Psychology for as long as he can remember, and his passion is to help people communicate and listen better; he feels there is something meaningful and fulfilling with assisting other people who need help with their life journey.
While Dr. Coren also specializes in addiction psychology, he works with individuals, couples, families – whatever it takes to help people manage problems with their thinking and feeling, as well as assisting them in improving their interactions with others.
“Speaking with the kinds of people I see – high-functioning people, intelligent people -who might otherwise feel uncomfortable with traditional treatment programs, I am a virtual Ft. Knox with people’s concerns. I offer a private place in which they can work through some of their issues and feel completely safe doing so,” Dr. Coren adds. He caters to the needs of a disenfranchised portion of the population who may not feel like they fit in with a rehab-type setting and may feel disconnected; they don’t have an atmosphere where they can feel comfortable and talk about their issues.
Dr. Coren grew up in Montgomery County and now lives in Bucks County with his
Wife, child and puppy, Baron.
He gives presentations at Doylestown Hospital and is always looking for opportunities to educate people on addiction, mental health and issues of general well-being.
Intern at the University of Pennsylvania
Director of Psychological Services at the Keystone Center
American Psychological Association
PA Psychological Association