Evans Counseling Team


Dr. Heather Evans

Dr. Heather Evans, LCSW

Dr. Heather Evans is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Director of Evans Counseling Services LLC, a private group counseling practice in Coopersburg, Pennsylvania. She has over 20 years of clinical experience, with a specialization in women’s issues, particularly sexual trauma, sex trafficking, and aftercare of its victims.  Heather received a Doctor of Clinical Social Work degree from the University of Pennsylvania and her dissertation highlighted complex trauma and post-traumatic growth in victims of domestic sex trafficking.

Heather is Co-founder of VAST (Valley Against Sex Trafficking) Coalition in the Lehigh Valley, PA. She is devoted to training and equipping service providers. In 2013, Heather received the Allied Professional Award from Crime Victims Council of the Lehigh Valley for outstanding commitment to victims’ services. Heather is an Adjunct Professor of Global Trauma Recovery Institute of Missio Theological Seminary and travels and leads trips nationally and internationally, with the goal of partnering with and training trauma healing caregivers.

Heather is the author of two books on complex trauma and posttraumatic growth in sex trafficking survivors and the creator of the Voices of Survivors Project.

Paul Bauer, LPC


Paul Bauer is a Licensed Professional Counselor. His areas of emphasis include adults, families, couples, marriages, relationships, anger management, grief/loss, trauma, uniformed services groups and employee assistance programs across a variety of treatment disorders with diverse populations.

Paul has a Bachelor’s Degree in Organizational Management from Nyack College in New York and a Master’s Degree in Counseling from Cairn University in Pennsylvania with an Advanced Specialization in Christian Counseling.

LangMarc Publishing has released his book entitled: “40 Days in the Desert, a Devotional Guide for Uniform Services Personnel”. His experiences have uniquely qualified him to speak into the lives of those serving in roles such as the military, police, firefighters, emergency medical, and security personnel.

Angelina Moncoeur, LPC

Angelina Moncoeur is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Behavior Specialist. She has her undergraduate degree from Mercy College and her Masters of Arts in Mental Health Counseling from Nyack College. Angelina has completed the required training to practice Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT). She strives to provide client-centered and strength-based counselling. Angelina enjoys building strong, trusting therapeutic relationships and provides a non-judgmental and safe environment for people to share their emotions and thoughts.
Laura Rush, LCSW

Laura Rush, LCSW


Laura Rush is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a wide range of experiences working with adults, children, and adolescents in individual, group, and family settings. She is experienced in the areas of
addictions, adolescent issues, trauma, depression, OCD, anxiety, eating disorders, self injury, ADHD, and grief/loss.

Laura partners with her clients in their goal setting and often helps them develop healthy coping strategies as she journeys with them.  Her transparent expression and empathetic personality make her an easy person to talk with. She utilizes a variety of methods including CBT, internal family systems, attachment theory, and polyvagal theory. Laura seeks to find a path that fits best with the needs and goals of each individual client.

Bill Yaich, MAC

Bill Yaich is a master’s level counselor with an emphasis on adults, couples, marriages, men struggling with sexual and pornography addiction, budgeting, athletes and corporate c-suite individuals. He obtained his Masters in counseling at Missio Seminary, which includes Global Trauma Recovery Institute Training. Bill has a trauma-informed approach with a cognitive behavioral model. Bill also has a bachelor’s degree in theology from Cairn University. Prior to his time as a counselor, Bill has held senior level positions in corporate environments with a focus on Disaster Recovery of corporate environments (business and IT). Bill has also served in the United States Navy.

Bill was recently on Lighthouse TV discussing “An Anatomy of an Apology.” Watch it here and see his 7-step guide to help bring healing and restoration to relationships.

Kaitlyn Zellner, LPC

Kaitlyn Zellner is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She holds her National Certified Counselor credential as well as a Clinical Trauma Professional certification (level 2). She received her undergraduate degree in Clinical/Counseling Psychology at Kutztown University and her MA in Counseling at Missio Seminary.  Her experience includes working with people who struggle with depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, adoption, and general life difficulties – where she uses a trauma-informed, strengths-based approach to wholeness and healing.
Susanna Carpenter

Susanna Carpenter

Susanna is a dedicated professional with a multifaceted background. Holding a masters in leadership development from Lancaster Bible College and currently pursuing a masters in mental health counseling from Liberty University, Susanna is passionate about unlocking human potential and fostering growth, empowering individuals to discover and maximize their strengths. Having spent time as a missionary in Northern Ireland, mentoring and educating college students, and as a mom of three boys, Susanna has realized her passion in working through trauma with adolescents, and doing preventative work, helping individuals learn how to navigate their thoughts and emotions.

Somatic Practitioners

Lynae Martinez

Lynae Martinez is a somatic practitioner based in Pennsylvania. As an occupational therapy practitioner, she has spent nearly a decade working with neurodivergent children. She is a certified yoga instructor, with emphasis in children and teens, and specialization in trauma-informed therapy. Lynae incorporates trauma-informed yoga with mindfulness on the basis of somatic practices. She fosters a compassionate and loving relationship with oneself through uniting mind, body and spirit. Lynae encourages you to show up exactly as you are, and assesses, designs, and nurtures an individual path for healing, growing and thriving on and off of the yoga mat. Her goal with every client is to guide, empower and most importantly, provide them with the tools to implement the teachings into their daily lives, creating a routine of balance, purpose and self love.


Lynne Morgan

Lynne Morgan has several years of experiences as an office manager at Evans Counseling Services LLC. She can answer your questions or provide information regarding payment options. billing, and any other clerical issues you might have. She can be reached by phone at 610-282-5735 or by emailing lynne4evanscounseling@gmail.com.

Callie Bostrom

Callie Bostrom is the content creator at Evans Counseling and Dr. Heather Evans. She brings informative, relative, and helpful knowledge to our socials and website. While not at Evans, she enjoys playing games with her family, coffee and conversation with friends, and exploring new places.