The Wright Center for Community Health promotes Sholcosky to director of behavioral health integration/therapist services 

The Wright Center for Community Health has named Danielle Sholcosky, MSW, LCSW, CPRP, of Dickson City as director of Behavioral Health Integration and Therapist Services. Sholcosky has worked as a licensed clinical social worker for The Wright Center for Community Health since 2021. 

Sholcosky received her Master of Social Work degree from Marywood University and a Bachelor of Arts in liberal studies with a minor in human development and family studies from Penn State University. She has also earned several continuing education certificates, including Eye Movement, Desensitization and Reprocessing Basic Training from The ClearPath Training Center; Mental Illness and Substance Abuse from Drexel University College of Medicine; and Certified Psychiatric Rehabilitation Practitioner from the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association. 

Headshot of Danielle Sholcosky, the new director of behavioral health integration/therapist services.

Danielle Sholcosky,

In addition, she has made several scholarly presentations at national and state conferences, including the National Conference for Undergraduate Research Annual Conference, the Annual Convention of the Pennsylvania Communication Association and the Eastern Psychological Association Annual Conference. Sholcosky’s presentations also have been cited in Reuters’ Health: Health eLine, Psychology Today, Prevention magazine and more. 

The director of Behavioral Health Integration and Therapist Services works in collaboration with integrated care teams consisting of physicians, nurses, nutritionists, behavioral health clinicians and other clinical care team members at The Wright Center for Community Health to coordinate the integration of services between behavioral health and physical health. Sholcosky will also address the complex social needs of the underserved, uninsured and underinsured communities, and will serve as both an advocate and therapist to help patients gain access to resources while addressing their personal issues, struggles and barriers to care.

The Wright Center for Community Health assists medically underserved rural and urban communities and vulnerable populations, including people who are underinsured and uninsured. With a sliding-fee discount available, The Wright Center reduces barriers to care by ensuring health care is affordable for everyone in need, regardless of their ability to pay. Overall, the Wright Center provides full-service, family-friendly community health practices that cover the lifespan, from pediatrics to geriatrics.

Its integrated services offer patients the convenience of going to a single location to access medical, dental, behavioral health, addiction and recovery services, and other supportive service lines.

The Wright Center’s network of clinics in Northeast Pennsylvania primarily serves patients from Lackawanna, Luzerne, Susquehanna, Wayne and Wyoming counties. Go to to use the express online scheduling system or call 570-230-0019 to make an appointment.

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