We develop personalized treatment plans for each of our patients because we believe that every individual has a unique set of healthcare needs. Our practice takes a holistic approach to patient care, often integrating medical therapy, counseling, nutrition, and other best practices to ensure positive patient outcomes.
Our team emphasizes compassionate, patient-centered care and embracing emerging forms of treatment. Our current patients appreciate this approach to treatment and we’re certain that you will too.
Dr. Danish graduated from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio in 2007 where he earned the Mastin Scholarship for outstanding academic achievement. He came to Philadelphia for his adult psychiatry residency at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, followed by a two-year fellowship in child & adolescent psychiatry at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. He is board certified in both adult psychiatry and child/adolescent psychiatry.Learn More
John is a licensed professional counselor with a rich, multi systemic background in a variety of clinical settings including inpatient psychiatric, residential treatment, educational and outpatient settings. He enjoys working with patients of all ages and specializes in anxiety, depression, ADHD, and autism. In his work with children/adolescents, he is comfortable taking either a patient-centered or a family centered approach. In either case, he seeks to understand the strengths and needs of the entire family system, in addition to that of the child.Learn More
His practicum experience included rotations at The University of Pennsylvania Health System, Berkshire Psychiatric & Behavioral Health Services, Penn State Health St. Joseph Medical Center, Penn Psychiatric Center and The Horsham Clinic with experience in providing psychotherapy and medication management to children, adolescent, and adult clients. Joe also holds a Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies degree from West Chester University of Pennsylvania with minors in Biology, Psychology, and Nutrition and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from DeSales University. He is an active member of the American Nurses Association.Learn More
Diana Capriotti is a Licensed Social Worker who divides her time between Philadelphia Integrative Psychiatry and Warwick Family Services, where she is a Primary Therapist. Diana uses multiple modalities to radically improve family dynamics during times of distress. Applying a trauma-informed approach that focuses on strengths to find healing, Diana works with families formed by adoption, adults and children who have been affected by trauma, and those who are looking to bring change into their lives. Diana works with individuals and families to address parent-child relational problems, behavioral issues, and divorce/separation. Ms. Capriotti is certified in Trauma Art Narrative Therapy as well as the Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics. Diana is also pursuing board certification in neurofeedback and is able to provide this service at our practice.Learn More