Dr. Scott Giacomucci, MSS, LCSW, CTTS, CET III, CP, PAT is the Directer and Founder of the Phoenix Center for Experiential Trauma Therapy in West Chester, PA.
While we cannot change the past, we can change how past experiences live within us
The Phoenix Center for Experiential Trauma Therapy believes in their approach of – “While we cannot change the past, we can change how past experiences live within us.”
Dr. Scott Giacomucci, MSS, LCSW, CTTS, CET III, CP, PAT is the Directer and Founder of the Phoenix Center for Experiential Trauma Therapy located in West Chester, PA.
Scott has experience working with patients going through:
the death of a loved one
any kind of loss and grieving
military or any work-related trauma
childhood trauma and attachment
single-incident traumatic events
anxiety and depression
Scott is recognized by the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress as a Fellow, which is the Academy’s highest status. As well as receiving multiple awards for his work, he has been recognized around the world for his groundbreaking workshops.
He is highly involved in professional programs. He is a Diplomat and Executive Council member of the American Society of Group Psychotherapy & Psychodrama and a board member of the International Society of Experiential Professionals.
Scott is an internationally certified trainer with Therapeutic Spiral International and teaches as an adjunct professor at Bryn Mawr College’s Master’s in Social Work program. He is certified through the International Society of Experiential Professionals as an experiential therapist, trainer, and supervisor (CET III; ACT; AES).
The Manor of Hope works together with Scott to provide the best therapy we can to our residents. Our guys like working with Scott because of his gentle and non-judgmental treatment approach. Each of our residents is treated with the utmost respect and shown their inherent value.
Signature Galleries and First Avenue Woodworking in Royersford, PA
Signature Galleries and First Avenue Woodworking Studio is located in Royersford, PA. in an old brick industrial building right along the Schuylkill River. The building is where their furniture is created and shown.
Edward and Sherrie Schoen have been making custom wood pieces for the last 33 years. They’ve been featured in House & Home Magazine, the Philadelphia Inquirer, American Woodworker Magazine, Audio Video Interiors magazine as well as others.
They are a full service cabinet shop. They build, finish, and install their handmade pieces with their own small crew including some of the residents from the Manor of Hope working through the Building Futures Program.
Ed and Sherrie have given employment and apprenticeship opportunities to multiple residents of the Manor through the past years and are close partners.
Just announced — In the beginning of 2020, the Manor of Hope and Ed and Sherrie are banding together to create a new initiative in which a portion of their beautiful waterfront woodshop will be dedicated to a learning space for Manor of Hope community members. The plan is to expand access of the Woodworking School to the larger recovery community as well as provide opportunity for those in recovery to earn income through craftsmanship and entrepreneurship. Read about our new woodworking school and check out the building