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Welcome to the Philadelphia Therapist Directory

Here you'll find the most comprehensive local listings of Therapists in and around Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Therapists in Philadelphia

Cindy N. Ariel, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“My psychotherapy practice, Alternative Choices, includes a small group of experienced and dedicated mental health professionals. We offer an alternative to large, impersonal mental health settings, and a personalized approach that encompasses current evidence-based and traditional treatment. I work primarily with individuals and couples who are struggling with life's difficulties. My personal specialties include relationship issues, anxiety, depression and grieving. My new book, Loving Someone with Asperger's Syndrome: Understanding and Connecting with Your Partner, was just released on March 1, 2012.
(215) 592-1333
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106
Danna Bodenheimer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, DSW
“Whether facing questions about your relationship or your path in life, I believe that psychotherapy can lead you towards your most authentic answers. Anxiety and depression often present themselves when there are issues begging us to deal with them. I work to provide a therapeutic relationship that allows you to explore the parts of yourself that feel scary and powerful. Based on 10 years of experience, I work comfortably with GLBT issues, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, relationship issues and eating disorders. I have experience working with groups and couples, in addition to individuals ranging from age 5 to older adults.
(215) 839-1137
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Gerald B Evans, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MDiv, LCSW, BCD
“I am a licensed clinical social worker who uses a holistic approach emphasizing body, mind, spirit and emotion. I believe that therapeutic issues result from people feeling isolated and cut off relationally. Therefore, I am a strong advocate of working with people in groups. After seeing a person individually for a series of sessions and identifying goals, I use group process as a vehicle for assisting participants to engage and connect with self, others and the larger community. Therapy is making contact and removing obstacles that inhibit the excitement and pleasure authentic contact cultivates.
(267) 338-3186
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Augie Hermann, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Without exception, all people want happiness, and often it is elusive. Yet, there really is a roadmap to peace and harmony--and it can be taught! Conflict can be replaced with curiosity. Compassion can replace judgement. Open-heartedness can overcome disappointment. My strength is being a guide for people who want to grow into the person they were meant to be. By attending to our minds, our bodies and our spirits--- in addition to having healthy relationships, we can create vitality--- whether we are single or married. Teaching all people the exquisite art of connection.
(215) 352-4798
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Bianca Previdi, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“I offer comprehensive psychiatric treatment for a variety of mental health concerns, and seek to provide an individualized approach through therapy and/ or medications. I believe we learn ways of thinking, feeling and behaving at an early age, and often repeat these patterns in our adult life even when they no longer are in our best interests. This may lead to symptoms such as anxiety or depression. Often, we are unaware of these patterns, feeling only the discomfort they produce.
(215) 977-4352
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Dana L. Sinopoli, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“The people I work with are interested in making real changes in their lives and relationships and are willing to remain committed to the work even when it is most difficult. Typically what brings people in is an awareness that the same issues present over and over again, even if there are not yet words to describe exactly what is happening. Together and collaboratively, we work to make meaning of your experiences and relationships and the thoughts and feelings that accompany them. When you can see your struggles and patterns clearly, change becomes possible.
(484) 240-2211
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
David S Greenwald, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I grew up in a home where my father was a famous psychotherapist and ways of helping people was a conversation at dinner. I have hosted an NPR call-in radio show, been the psychologist for an NFL team and presented workshops across the United States. My varied experiences, sense of humor and ability to connect and empathize with diverse people are brought to my work. I work with men, couples, teens, women and families.
(215) 340-1554
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Ruth L Greenberg, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I provide cognitive therapy to adults with depression, anxiety, and a variety of life problems.
(215) 546-8530
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Betty C Rice, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD, SAP
“I have been providing psychotherapy for adults since 1991. I typically see individuals struggling with relational issues whether it be family or significant other and mood disorders (depression/anxiety). I listen and try to understand what a person needs in therapy; problem solving, support, insight into life situations, difficult work situations, or personal growth and understanding. I work closely with the Gay/Lesbian population and do couples counseling.
(215) 688-5751
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19110
“I am particularly interested in the psychological treatment of chronic pain and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. In my treatment of pain, I use a mixture of cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and hypnosis to achieve best results. My ideal client is someone who is ready to accept that medicine may not be able to eliminate his or her pain and is ready to try other approaches. With PTSD and related conditions, I have found EMDR, especially used in combination with cognitive therapy, hypnosis, and mindfulness to be extremely effective.
(215) 592-8165
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
Claudia Listens, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
“Whether you are seeking to feel better about yourself, be released from depression, enjoy more calmness and clarity in your life, or free yourself from self-criticism, you have come to a supportive place to make these positive changes. Current problems often have childhood roots. Talking about those experiences helps you to become more fully alive and present. No matter your preference for expressing yourself, be it in a group or in private. Both settings are effective paths to healing from past hurts and current problems; to feel emotionally and psychologically whole and alive. And both are available here.
(215) 317-8855
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19144
Jieun Kim, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“I provide a complete range of psychiatric services including comprehensive evaluation, medication management, individual and family therapy for children of all ages through adults. My approach to treatment is evidence-based medicine, meaning that the basis of treatment is on scientific research and proven efficacies. But I also firmly believe that treatment is not just about science. It is through empathic listening and understanding the connection of mind-body and the power of faith, hope and positive attitude in healing the mind and bringing about the changes in behavior.
(215) 600-1478
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Nell Stoddard, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“As a licensed psychologist, my goal is to help empower you to transform your life in the ways you desire. Therapy works by helping you develop new understandings about yourself, and new strategies for handling your emotions, thoughts, and behavior. The fact that you are considering therapy means that you have already taken the first, and perhaps most important step. Ultimately, therapy can enhance your self esteem, connectedness to others, effectiveness in your life, and happiness.
(267) 403-5100
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Nita Laver, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Are you tired of repeating old patterns that are holding you back in your life? Have you been feeling angry, empty, lonely stressed out and unhappy? Are you struggling through a transition or a loss or with the legacy of emotional, physical or sexual abuse? There are times in everyone's life when reaching out for and receiving help can make a real difference in resolving problems, easing pain and living a more satisfying life. In psychotherapy a safe place will be created in which to deal with and resolve the unhappiness you are experiencing.
(215) 798-0291
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
M. Elizabeth Stokes, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I am a compassionate and experienced psychotherapist who creates a supportive environment where clients feel safe to explore difficult questions about themselves and seek their individual truths. My goal is to help others find ways to balance their desire for growth and change with their need for love and self-acceptance.
(215) 995-3071
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Sara M Evans, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I am a clinical psychologist and certified school psychologist who specializes in private school admissions testing, psychoeducational testing to determine the presence of learning disabilities or ADHD, parent counseling, and therapy with children, adolescents, college students, and adults.
(215) 970-2367
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Fay Kara, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“Welcome to my profile, my love for my family and my Mediterranean heritage is one strong motivational force that guides me to help individuals, couples and families cope with the everyday obstacles of life. Practicing for over 15 years I bring passion and dedication to my work with clients. Sensitive to the various contextual issues that influence one's life and relationships, I carry a systemic approach to treatment. I believe individuals, couples and families can only heal when they come in and are open to creating something different for themselves.
(609) 536-4342
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Gustavo Klurfan, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“Psychotherapy is a safe, confidential relationship in which a person talks to the clinician about his/her difficulties.The outcome is the resolution of specific problems or finding the roots of a repetitive pattern of behavior and modifying it, often leading to a sense of relief, energy and focus. I have been practicing Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis in private practice with individuals, couples and families for over 10 years. As former Clinical Supervisor and Director of Outpatient Services at renowned non-profit organizations in Philadelphia, I have worked with patients from diverse cultural and social backgrounds. Spanish spoken.
(215) 642-0947
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104
Judith Laskodi, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“Whatever it is that brought you to this search, whether it's a job, relationship crisis, old issues keeping you stuck, or just the sense that you could (and should) be happier, it's wonderful that you believe change is possible and are willing to work to make it happen. With warmth and humor, I'll work with you to help you see where you are stuck and to make the changes necessary to move forward. I have evening hours and limited hours on Saturdays.
(609) 357-4672
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Ellen L Wright, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“People enter therapy because they want to improve something in their lives. Often the timing of this choice to seek therapy is not ideal - you may be having family or work stress, you may be depressed, anxious, tired and unable to think clearly or make decisions. At these times you need a therapist who is well respected, thoughtful, and capable. I am a licensed Psychologist who has been in private practice in Center City, Philadelphia for over 25 years. I work with adults and young adults (16 years +) facing emotional, interpersonal, career and medical challenges.
(215) 977-4211
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
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