Director of Counseling
Fritz Haas is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a graduate of Neumann's Pastoral Care and Counseling, having received his Master's of Science in Pastoral Counseling in 2009. Prior to coming to Neumann to work in the Wellness Center, Fritz worked as a counselor at Life Counseling, an outpatient mental health services provider with offices throughout the Delaware Valley.
Fritz also holds graduate and undergraduate degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science from St. Louis University and worked earlier in his career in various executive positions for companies focused primarily in the Pharmaceutical and Healthcare industries. During this time he had the opportunity to travel throughout the world, speaking and working with companies and individuals specializing in a wide variety of healthcare related areas.
Fritz is an enthusiastic advocate of balanced living and encourages his clients to seek deeper spiritual, mental and emotional health though a variety of wellness practices and activities. Among the areas in which he is specifically focused are men's issues, relationships and trauma.
Georgette Hall-Peterson is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a graduate of Neumann’s Pastoral Counseling program, having received her Master’s of Science in Pastoral Counseling in 2007. Prior to coming to Neumann to work in the Wellness Center, Georgette worked as a counselor at Pennsylvania Institute of Technology on their Center City campus.
Georgette holds an undergraduate degree in social work from Albright College in Reading, PA. Georgette worked earlier in her career as a social worker for the state of PA and in ministry at a local church where her responsibilities included ministry to youth and young adults of the Chester community and surrounding areas. In the time that Georgette worked with youth and young adults through the church she provided relevant and relational programing for young people that connected them to God and to one another.
Georgette sees each person not as one dimensional but as multi-dimensional - mind, body and spirit - and understands that we must care for each dimension in order to achieve mental health and wellness. Georgette’s specific areas of focus are women’s issues, relationships and transitions.