Are you feeling trapped, either in your behavior or your legal outcomes? Do you believe in your ability for growth, freedom, and potential? Are you looking for “evergreen” strategies, tools, and resources you will use for life?

BHAR is here to help you complete therapy, achieve breakthroughs, and redefine life. With BHAR’s expertise: The Difference Begins Here.

Our Practice

BHAR therapy is targeted for patients experiencing PTSD, stress, anxiety, or a myriad of other life-altering emotions and symptoms.


We help patients experiencing various psychological problems, including: 

  • Depression
  • PTSD
  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Grief/loss
  • Problems adjusting
  • Relationship problems
  • Sexual behavior problems

BHAR is a multi-state, psychological practice that provides:

  • Group therapy
  • Individual therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Art therapy
  • Psychological assessments
  • Polygraph examinations
  • Trauma-specific services
  • Chaperone training
  • Safety planning


BHAR patients may attend virtual sessions or visit our location:
410 West Township Line Rd, Suite 2
Havertown, PA 19083


The staff at BHAR has the hands-on experience and knowledge to put those positive outcomes within your reach. BHAR staff is composed of psychologists and professional counselors that incorporate Cognitive Behavioral therapy (CBT), psychodynamic, person-centered, and expressive arts treatment approaches to help patients experiencing various psychological problems.

BHAR takes pride in our partnership with Chestnut Hill College. In this partnership, BHAR staff assists in the training of future psychologists from Chestnut Hill College Psychology department as doctoral practicum students. To learn more about this opportunity, contact us.

Jason Hunt, Psy.D

Dr. Hunt is a licensed clinical psychologist in Pennsylvania and New Jersey and he owns and operates BHAR.  He serves as a board member of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Sexual Offender Assessment Board. He has earned a doctorate in clinical psychology from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) and a Degree with Distinction from the University of Delaware.

Dr. Hunt uses cognitive-behavioral therapy to help patients living with a wide variety of psychological illnesses. He has practiced in the mental health field for 20 years and treated men, women, boys, girls (ages ranging from 3 to 84 years old), LGBTQ, minorities, as well as individuals from high, middle, and low socioeconomic backgrounds.  He trained at the University of Pennsylvania’s Center for the Treatment and Study of Anxiety (CTSA), Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), Cooper Hospital, Friends Psychiatric Hospital, Kentucky State Reformatory, The Cabinet for Children and Families, Wellstone Regional Hospital, and Ancora Psychiatric Hospital.

Dr. Hunt supervises clinical staff, coordinates patient care, consults with parole/probation and manages office continuity and development in the New Jersey and Pennsylvania offices.

Caitlin Trainer, M.A., Clinical Director

Caitie is a master’s level clinician and is currently pursuing her doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology. Caitie has experience providing psychological treatment to individuals ranging from early childhood to late adulthood in various settings including community mental health, partial hospitalization programs, and residential treatment facilities. Caitie provides group and individual therapy at the Havertown office.

Kelly Bonomo, LPC, CSOTP

Kelly is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Sex Offender Treatment Provider. Kelly provides group and individual therapy at our Havertown office.

Kelly has counseling experience with a variety of clients in all stages of life from adolescence to older adulthood. Kelly has worked in a variety of settings, including: secure residential with juveniles who have been adjudicated for sexual offending behaviors, nonsecure residential with adolescents and young adults with severe mental illness, and court-mandated outpatient therapy for individuals with substance use concerns.

Kelly specializes in working with individuals who struggle with problematic sexual behavior, difficulty with emotion regulation, backgrounds of trauma, and maladaptive coping responses.

Kelly is passionate about establishing a comfortable, empowering, and safe environment while in the therapeutic relationship, using creative and individualized approaches to help her clients achieve their ideal versions of themselves.

Kiersten Dominic, M.S.

Kiersten is a master’s level clinician and is currently pursuing her doctorate in Clinical Psychology with a concentration in psychological assessment. Much of her clinical experiences have involved working with those with problematic sexual behaviors and various psychological and personality disorders in group and individual therapy. She has worked in multiple settings, including community mental health centers, inpatient and outpatient facilities, emergency rooms, and state psychiatric hospitals. Kiersten’s approach to therapy assists her clients in gaining insight into their past experiences, behaviors, and thought processes to promote a deeper understanding of themselves and positive change. She aims to tailor her approach to each client, focusing on building rapport and a strong therapeutic alliance.

Lauren Leavitt, M.A., M.S.

Lauren is a master’s level clinician who is currently pursuing her doctorate in Clinical Psychology. She holds master’s degrees in both forensic and clinical psychology and her current concentration is in psychological assessment. She has been working with the forensic population for the past six years. Aside from working in correctional settings she has also worked in psychiatric hospitals and private practice. She specializes in working with a diverse client-base, working with those facing various psychological and personality disorders as well as those with a history of trauma. Lauren’s approach is direct and open, with a focus on building a strong therapeutic alliance with each of her clients. She tailors her approach to each client, allowing space for growth and insight into their behaviors, experiences, and thought processes. She provides group and individual therapy under the direct supervision of Dr. Hunt.

Leo Bressler, LPC

Leo is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Certified Sex Offender Treatment Provider. She has experience working with clients of all ages in a variety of settings, including inpatient, residential, community mental health, and outpatient clinics. Leo is an advanced psychology student who is pursuing her doctoral degree in clinical psychology at Chestnut Hill College. She administers psychological assessments and provides group and individual therapy under the direct supervision of Dr. Hunt.

Gabi Rost

Gabi is the office manager here at BHAR. With a variety of experience and a passion for helping others, she is eager to be a part of such a special team, aiming to create a welcoming environment. As the first point of contact, Gabi is happy to lend a helping hand and answer any of your questions.

Lauren Brabazon

Lauren is the part time office manager here at BHAR. Her previous employment experiences involved helping others and ensuring customer satisfaction. She strives to make others feel at ease and welcomed. Lauren is always open to answering questions and helping in any way she can.

Our Pillars

Our practice believes that strong relationships create stronger success stories. We pride ourselves in building foundational relationships with our patients, their support systems, and all those involved in their recovery process.

BHAR’s mission is visualized in our logo.

The BOX represents a patient’s feelings of being trapped, either in their behavior or their legal outcomes.

The EVERGREEN TREE represents their ability for growth; the off-centered placement shows the freedom for that growth; and the strategies, tools, and resources BHAR provides are “evergreen” resources they will use for life.

The BREAKTHROUGH of the evergreen crossing over the top of the box represents the breakthroughs patients experience with BHAR’s expertise.

And the B & H of “BHAR” is reflected in the tagline: The Difference Begins Here.

We are transparent and forth-coming with strategies for success, tools, and resources for patients, partners, and everyone else involved in the recovery of our patients. There are no secret “black boxes” in our practice.

Validation & Documentation
We provide timely and thorough documentation at every stage of our process. This means our patients’ progress is well-planned and well-tracked, and our resources are easily accessible.

This means we are reliable, accessible, and responsive to patients and their support networks. No matter if it’s regarding routine contact or during an emergency situation, our staff will always fulfill our duties of communication and accountability.

Safety concerns and risk management are critical in this field. This means our patients, their support networks, and our partners can depend our support, discretion, and confidentiality. We believe: Strong relationships create stronger Success Stories.


Strong relationships create stronger success stories.

Getting Started

Our goal is to support you as compassionate, trustworthy, and responsible professionals who will set you up for the best outcome possible. In addition to providing remote services, BHAR patients may visit our location at 410 West Township Line Rd, Suite 2, Havertown, PA 19083.

New Patient Form
Download the new patient form before your first appointment.

Teletherapy Agreement
Download and complete the teletherapy agreement.

ROI Document
Consent for Request and Release of Records/Information.

Rates & Insurance
BHAR is no longer accepting health insurance to cover the cost of appointments. If you desire to use insurance to cover the cost of your appointments, please contact your insurance provider and inquire about Out of Network coverage.

Rates available upon request.

Join Us For a Virtual Open House

BHAR staff invites you for a virtual one-on-one. In 30 minutes or less, we outline how we strive for the best patient outcomes, applying our Pillars of Empowerment, Validation & Documentation, Accountability, and Security to our everyday patient relationships. Join us to discuss how we align our experience, capabilities, and recovery process with the transparency and dedication you need from your therapist.

Contact Us

1215 W. Baltimore Pike, Suite 3
Media, PA 19063

Phone: (484) 452-5045
Fax: (484) 453-8228