Jean Camberg and Annjane Ross are both licensed clinical social workers who have lived and practiced in rural central/northwest Pennsylvania for many years. They share a private practice where they see children, teens, and families. They are partners in Harbor House Trainings, LLC.
Jean Camberg, D.Ed., LCSW, RPT-S
Jean is a fulltime instructor in the Human Development and Family Studies program at Penn State Altoona. She formerly taught for Temple University’s Graduate School of Social Work, and was instrumental in the development of Temple’s play therapy certificate program.
Jean has had her own private practice in Clearfield PA since 2006. Prior to that she was a play therapist for CenClear Child Services, and also consulted with CCS’ Head Start program. Jean’s primary interest through her social work career has been children, and she has worked for Children and Youth Services, DRMC’s NICU, and Clearfield Hospital’s Home Health and Hospice Program. Jean and Annjane Ross created Harbor House Trainings in 2010.
Jean received a Doctorate in Adult Education through Penn State in 2015. Her dissertation was on the experiences of adoptive families who provide filial play therapy to their older adopted children.
Annjane Ross, LCSW
Annjane is an Associate Professor of Social Work in the BSW program at Lock Haven University. She is also the Field Liaison for the BSW students in their last year of studies. Annjane has taught at Lock Haven since 1999. Prior to that she worked for Clearfield Hospital Home Health, and for Children and Youth Services. She began her private practice in 2010 and is a partner in Harbor House Trainings.
Annjane is currently working on a doctorate through Indiana University of Pennsylvania.