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Therapists in Philadelphia

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
Melissa Brand, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I specialize in parenting and the assessment and treatment of children with behavior, social skills and autistic spectrum disorders (ASD). When you have a concern about your child's development or behavior, it's natural to experience fear and anxiety. I work with your family to allay these fears and replace them with hope. Gathering information through conversations, play, observation, and standardized instruments, I assess your child's strengths and challenges. Together, we capture a complete picture of your child and develop a treatment plan that will improve the quality of his/her life and increase harmony in your family.
(267) 820-9551
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Lucinda Mitchell, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“My practice is built on trust. I help people learn to trust themselves and their ability to relate to others. I enjoy the process of facilitating people in living better lives. My practice is endowed with individuals and couples who bring their unique life challenges to me. In turn, I am comfortable taking on the job of helping them to cope, understand and overcome these obstacles, so that they may resolve their issues, improve their relationships, manage their anxiety, deal with their work situation and improve their lives in general.
(215) 995-4119
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Cassandra Bolding, Counselor  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPC, CAC, ICADC, HIVspec
“Provision of counseling/therapy/coaching to adolecesant through adult.Specialties include addictions(drug/alcohol, gambling, shopping, sex, food),womens issues,and post traumatic stress disorder resulting from(violence, combat, sexual trauma). In addition to HIV/AIDS issues,newly diagnosed and partners welcomed. Types of services offered include couples, family,group and individual therapy/coaching. We will work collaboratively to address depression, anger, fear, grief/loss, stress, relationship concerns and anxiety that impair your quality of life.
(215) 240-8617
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Marilyn Luber, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I help individuals and couples work on trauma, psychological and relational issues and behaviors so that they can resolve them and enrich their lives. I have been a clinical psychologist since the mid-eighties and I view our work together as a collaborative process. I will begin by learning about and understanding you and your problem and we will figure out together what has contributed to your difficulties. The next step is to create a treatment plan tailored to you and your goal/s. Treatment consists of resolving these difficulties and re-accessing joy and interest in life.
(215) 995-5018 x3
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Anne D Ream, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“Are you struggling with depression, stress or anxiety? Have you experienced difficult or traumatic events? Having problems dealing with a boss or coworkers? Do you have difficulty with your children, spouse or family? Are you going through a divorce or has someone close to you died? Do you feel confused, lost or alone? My experience and success working with individuals, couples, children and families is extensive. I offer a unique approach to help you improve your life and relationships, cope with stress, and reduce symptoms such as anger, anxiety or depression. Good relationships are vital for a good life.
(215) 995-5248
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Laure E. Biron, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW, MSS, MLSP, MFA
“I take a creative, nonjudgmental and interactive approach to therapy. Together we can recognize and affirm your strengths and potential as we explore your growing edges. I work with individuals who seek therapy to uncover their capacity to move beyond disruptive patterns. We will work collaboratively to unpack feelings, thoughts and stressors and empower you to become more healthy and whole.
(267) 296-8279
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Elizabeth Milburn, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“I take a sensitive and holistic approach to psychiatric evaluation and treatment, believing in the importance of your expertise in yourself as critical to positive treatment outcomes. In considering all aspects of your situation, I will discern whether medication may help and may make alternative suggestions for interventions for sleep, diet, exercise, to improve your strength and mood. When meeting with me, you will be provided treatment options, and you will be encouraged to help decide what works best for you.
(215) 600-1464 x1
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146
Joshua Green, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“I am interested in the thoughtful integration of medication, psychotherapy, cognitive coaching, and mind-body practices in achieving emotional well-being. My approach is practical and ranges from concrete problem solving to deep emotional healing work. With this approach, I aim to avoid the common pitfall of fragmented care. I can work with a wide range of issues such as attentional problems, mood disorders, relationship issues, and issues of "finding one's way in the world." I work with adult individuals and couples. In all cases, I consider warmth and humor an important part of treatment.
(215) 977-4867
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Kevin Kuehlwein, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I will work with you to capitalize on your strengths and help you identify and move beyond unhelpful mental and behavioral patterns lurking in your blind spots. We won't talk endlessly about your problems, but will instead use various empirically supported techniques to step back from your issues and explore new options and beliefs that better address your key goals and values. Then you'll practice these new perspectives and strategies at home in your real life until they feel more natural. **Please phone me first as I do not always have daily email access.
(215) 650-3995
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19130
Natalie Zemaitis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW
“Making the decision to seek the support of a therapist is a very personal process and often occurs when one wants to change an aspect of life. I work collaboratively with clients to build a trusting and compassionate therapeutic alliance, interweaving training in Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) to make the counseling experience educational and empowering.
(215) 874-0963
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147
Cori Grachek, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I welcome anyone who is interested in making changes. Life can be really hard. Sometimes you need help to move through the tougher times. You are the expert on your life and with my experience and expertise we form a good, workng relationship. I incorporate listening and respecting your point of view (Humanistic) with helping you to acknowledge and shift your thoughts(Cognitive), actions (Behavioral)and feelings (Affective),combining techniques of Psychodrama (RolePlays, rehearsing conversations) with yogic breathing, physical and meditative practice when appropriate. I look forward to speaking with you.
(215) 839-1086
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147
Matthew Whitehead, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I believe that our most fundamental struggles are related to difficulties in our relationships. That's why I think collaboration in therapy is important. I work with clients to help them use their curiosity, talents, and strengths to resolve confusion and achieve understanding and relief. My style is non-judging and genuine so clients feel comfortable talking about parts of their life that are stressful, frustrating, and even painful. In working together, I hope to help clients achieve a better sense of meaning in their lives and satisfaction in their relationships, so that anxiety, depression, shame and guilt ease away.
(484) 546-4359
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Joanne Buzzetta, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Of course, the success of my work with patients in psychotherapy depends on my education, training, and life experiences. Most important, however, is the developing relationship between me and the patient--our "therapeutic alliance". People who enter therapy with me feel accepted and understood. As trust develops in our relationship, changes emerge which have been too difficult to make in the past because of fears, anxiety, phobic behavior, or avoidance. In order to encourage change, present, past and moment-to-moment experiences are explored.
(215) 337-4850
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
William J. O'Donnell, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Hi, I'm Bill and I'm a licensed psychologist. My clients are adults looking for help with depression, anxiety or relationship issues. Some simply wish to have more freedom and joy, or less fear, in life. I'm trained in many approaches which I use to fit my clients' needs. These include cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic techniques, which are most familiar to people. I also use Emotion-Focused Therapy which helps clients get in touch with and use their helpful, deeper emotions (e.g., healthy anger & grief) to transform unhelpful emotions (e.g., fear & shame) carried over from the past.
(610) 628-0508
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
“I am a board certified psychiatrist with fellowship training and extensive research experience in the advanced treatment of Mood Disorders. I maintain a faculty position at the University of Pennsylvania and a clinical practice treating veterans at the Philadelphia VA Medical Center. My private practice is very small and focused on aggressively treating mood, anxiety and other psychiatric problems with expert psychopharmacology and problem-focused psychotherapy.
(267) 642-5218
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSS, LCSW
“My approach to therapy will activate your creativity, strengths, and resources to help you reach your goals, alleviate pain and feel more fully alive. You may have been disconnected from these, but I am highly skilled in helping people access their inner and outer resources in the service of growth and healing. I cultivate a collaborative, non-judgmental relationship by skillfully listening, and asking questions in order to understand what is important to YOU. I work with issues of anxiety, depression, feeling stuck, developing creative expression or removing blocks, difficulties with relationships, loss and grief, and life transitions.
(215) 253-3584
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146
Melissa Dessereau, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MS
“Melissa is a perceptive and nuanced therapist with a refreshingly frank style. For over 20 years, she has been working with individuals, couples, and families to foster personal growth and satisfying relationships. She has a way of making you feel comfortable, understood, and at ease, like no matter what you say she gets it and doesn't judge you. And she's funny.
(267) 705-6288
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Miriam Rosario, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“Happiness, confidence and peace of mind require a commitment to self-reflection. Powerful feelings and personal struggles present obstacles. Being sensitive to life's complexities, I provide a safe environment to express feelings at your pace. During our time together we focus on the issues that are of importance to you and help strengthen your ability to manage the demands of life.
(215) 983-2111
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Kelly Miskill, Psychiatric Nurse  in Philadelphia
“I provide medication management to those of all ages from children (6 years and up) through older adults. Whether you are needing medication for mood disorders such as depression, anxiety, or bi-polar disorder, focus problems such as ADHD, symptoms that complicate Eating Disorders, addictions or chronic pain, or thought disorders such as schizophrenia, I am able to assess your needs from a holistic perspective and recommend various strategies to help relieve your symptoms.
(267) 639-5901
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19145
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