Julie McMullen, MS. Ed, NCC, has experience with adolescent and adult issues, and enjoys working with the family as a whole, as well. She has extensive knowledge of trauma-induced stress and anxiety, behavior issues, and grief and loss. Julie counsels from a view point of optimism and hope, and encourages her clients to see that there are always ways to improve their quality of life.
Julie graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Criminology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and spent over a decade working with court adjudicated youth. She got her Master’s degree in Counseling from California University of Pennsylvania, where she also became a Nationally Certified Counselor. She currently works as a school counselor in an alternative high school and understands the pressures that students experience in their academics and future planning. Julie has been with Outreach since 2013 and facilitates our Aggression Replacement Therapy (ART) and Magistrate Alternative Sentencing (MAST) groups, and has made community presentations in addition to individual and family therapy.