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Therapists in Allegheny County

Pavel Somov, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“I see counseling as a collaborative process. My approach is mindfulness-based, meaning that I help you become more aware of how you think, feel and behave in order to overcome problems and live life more fully and effectively. I believe that learning to view yourself and others with compassion can help you find well-being and meaning in your life. I have 19+ years of clinical experience, and an active, engaging counseling style.
(866) 683-3204
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
Darla Timbo, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, NCC, LPC, PsyD, candida
“I am committed to providing experienced and compassionate services such as; individual and group counseling services and psycho-education to individuals in all stages in life that will help clients to gain insight into their personal, social, emotional, and physical "world". The counseling services are based on the philosophical assumption that focusing on the present will help clients to overcome the past and prepare for the future through establishing healthy goals.
(412) 357-1547
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Robert M Schwartz, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“Are anxious or depressed feelings interfering with work and relationships? Are marital or sexual problems getting you down? If you are ready to transform your life, I can help. For 35 years, I've successfully used cognitive-dynamic therapy to guide people to practical strategies for solving problems and to explore their deeper conflicts. Life is a dramatic journey and often a caring guide along the way is needed to find your optimal zone. I specialize in anxiety and depression, as well as sexual dysfunctions and addictions. I've recently written a book on a spiritual approach to weight loss.
(412) 223-7929 x102
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Erwin K Levin, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“I have been in private practice for the past approximately 25 years working primarily with adults, both individually and in couples. Although I have considerable experience with what may be described as more serious anxiety and depressive disorders, my practice more typically has consisted of individuals/couples interested in working on quality of life, relationship and general adjustment issues.
(412) 219-3876
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Barbara Kline, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Modern life has allowed us to communicate with others in unprecedented new ways, and yet not enough opportunities to be truly heard and understood. My goal in working with you is to create an environment where you are heard and understood, to facilitate your journey in overcoming difficulties, and to enable you to reach your full potential to have a satisfying life.
(412) 888-0420
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
William H Hoppmann, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I have worked with people who have had a history of emotional problems for 40 years. Most of that experience has been working with depression,anxiety, abuse and trauma. I have a special interest in the treatment of abuse, trauma and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, for which I use EMDR to help speed up the treatment process in a safe way. I welcome any combat veteran seeking treatment for combat stress and PTSD. I focus on integrating new learning using tools such as reflective journals and mindful awareness.
(724) 682-0943
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Tamra Groen McClafferty, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I believe that truly effective counseling is about more than diagnoses and the symptoms. Assisting clients in learning how to identify life events that have played a part in how individuals, and their subsequent behaviors, have developed is crucial to long term success. Learning how to address the thought patterns that have become problematic in your life is one of many techniques in cognitive behavioral therapy. This form of counseling helps individuals understand the connection between their thoughts, feelings and behaviors.
(412) 888-0454
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15238
David Mente, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I have been working as a psychotherapist for over 25 years. I have worked with children, adolescents and adult clients over that time. I enjoy working with both individuals and families. A diagnosis or even a set of problems is less important to me than developing a good working relationship with my clients. Psychotherapy works for most people who make use of it. I expect those with whom I work to experience relief and that relief should begin soon after the start of our work together.
(412) 532-1602
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Heather M Martin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I love to work with women and men who struggle with self-control, self-esteem, anger, worry, guilt, fear, or depression. If you ever feel out of control with your emotions, behaviors, eating, relationships, or your life -- I can help. Email me to get started.
(412) 335-1427
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Linnea McQuiston, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“My clients are interested in increasing their knowledge of self. They are willing and open to examining their problems and sharing their personal insights and reflections. Trained in CBT, Gestalt Therapy and EMDR, I am eclectic in my approach and believe that treatment is a collaborative effort between client and therapist. I believe that the goal of treatment is to increase a client's awarness and focus, so that each client can learn to understand and moderate their moods; and make the changes or shifts in behavior that are needed for each client to meet his or her individual needs.
(412) 228-0498
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Marguerite Bryce, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“I have years of experience working with school issues,children of divorced parents and marital conflict. Clients with symptoms of anxiety and depression are a large part of my practice. From prior hospital work, I have knowledge regarding the impact of physical illness on mental health
(412) 228-0600
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15216
Christine M. Larson, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“I view psychotherapy as a collaborative and creative process. By observing, reflecting, exploring, and trying out new behaviors in the context of a supportive, confidential relationship you can deepen your understanding of yourself and become more flexible in how you approach challenges. Many of my clients have found psychotherapy helpful in decreasing feelings of "stuck-ness" or of self-criticism, improving the quality of relationships, managing stress more efficiently, and increasing life satisfaction. I am in network for Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield and other BCBS insurances. Please see my website for more details.
(412) 447-1938
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Melanie E Mcconnell, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
Counselor, BS, MSCP, IMH, RYT
“If you are encountering a life transition or experiencing issues with relationship conflict, anxiety, depression, grief or just feel "stuck", I would like to help you. I offer a strength-based approach that goes beyond talk therapy for adolescents, individuals and couples. I provide you with concrete skills and strategies for your life along with a supportive, non- judgmental perspective. My approach is eclectic, including evidence-based techniques such as CBT, solution-focused therapies and mindfulness. I have over 16 years experience combined in medical, education and counseling. I am a 200- hour level registered yoga teacher with advanced training in holistic practices and biofeedback.
(412) 347-4428
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
Ronald Thomas Curran,   in Pittsburgh
“Pain, uncertainty, feelings of being lost and a failure emerge as we seek to find our individual path in life. These feelings often indicate it is time to be found, not that you are "mentally ill." They can indicate the need to connect with your inner Self rather than to substitute unfulfilling forms of social adjustment. My approach focuses on you as a unique individual. It recognizes that you have a Self in the sense that there is a unique inner guidance available to you. I will work as a guide in your journey toward conflict resolution and wholeness.
(412) 212-3801
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15241
“Although many people seek counseling because they feel broken, I believe that people lose sight of their inherent wholeness. Using a strength based approach, I help people access that inner wholeness so they can move in directions of health, well being and joy. When a client is open to it, I teach them EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) often called emotional acupuncture because of its power in changing core beliefs, shame and guilt that get in the way of a person moving into personal power.
(412) 515-8311
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15216
Rebecca Ford Auble, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are your depressed? Are you anxious or angry? Do you feel stuck in a bad situation? It can often seem impossible to "see" beyond these feelings to any meaningful way to change yourself and your life. I help clients clarify the causes and underlying dynamics of their problems--then use this information to create change. Your difficulties--no matter how troubling--will tell us important things about you, which often can open up your life in unexpected, immensely gratifying ways. Applying my training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Psychodynamic Therapy we'll examine and alter your difficult moods, situations, or relationships.
(412) 219-3750
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Dolores Guarini, Ph.D., LLC,   in Pittsburgh
“Being compassionate and emotionally present to clients is an essential aspect of my therapy.Through traditional therapeutic approaches and more intuitive, holistic ones, I assist clients to resolve emotional and interpersonal difficulties, to make decisions in life choices, and to increase self awareness as a tool for personal achievement.
(412) 532-1319
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
Cristina Panaccione, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor who specializes in mental health services across the lifespan with expertise in treatment of depression and anxiety as well as therapeutic approaches from a family systemic and cognitive behavioral perspective. My clinical experience includes service coordination, school therapy, crisis intervention, Family Systems Theory, Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, as well has extensive work within an outpatient setting treating individuals, couples, families, children and teens.
(412) 906-4433
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15241
Tawna Loutsenhizer, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“My goal is to help you achieve your highest potential in life. I provide a comfortable environment for you to safely explore the issues that you feel are holding you back. I primarily use a Gestalt based approach to help you identify your barriers and challenges, explore ways to break old patterns of thoughts and behaviors, and help you live a more fulfilled life. Together we can help you enhance the quality of your life, your relationships, and your mental well-being.
(412) 228-0811
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Patricia Redick Romano, Psychologist  in Moon Township
“I specialize in the assessment and diagnosis(es) of children who may be questioning whether or not they have ADD/ADHD, Learning Disabilities, Autism spectrum disorders, anxiety, depression and more. I also see children, adolescents, and adults for psychotherapy treatment using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. My office is conveniently located by the Moon Middle and High School. I have day, evening, and Saturday appointments available.
(724) 987-6782
Moon Township, Pennsylvania 15108
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Allegheny County have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Allegheny County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Allegheny County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Allegheny County or family therapy in Allegheny County.

How to find a specialist?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, such as a child psychologist or sex therapist, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.