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Therapists in Philadelphia

The Ladipo Group: Psychotherapy for Our Community, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
“Sick and tired of being sick tired? Pulled in too many directions? Trouble in your marriage/relationship or with family but don't know how to repair it? If the answer is "yes", then we can help you. We work with busy professionals to help them gain more energy and change their relationships to become more fulfilling. Individual, Couples, and Marriage Therapy for the Black & African-American Communities. Our mission is to HELP YOU LIVE YOUR LIFE BETTER.
(267) 403-5138
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
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
Deidre Ashton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a couple and family therapist who works with individuals and their families to address the challenges of living, life cycle transitions, and crisis situations. We are all relational beings who are more likely to flourish when relationships are going well and to suffer when they are not. Using a relational approach, I will collaborate with you to activate and enhance your existing strengths and relational resources to resolve difficulties, and challenge structural obstacles in order to help you reach your fullest potential and live the life that you envision.
(609) 607-7189
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
The Renfrew Center of Philadelphia, Treatment Facility  in Philadelphia
“The Renfrew Center has been a pioneer in the treatment of eating disorders since 1985. As the nation's first residential eating disorder facility, with locations in Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Texas, Renfrew has helped more than 65,000 women with eating disorders and other behavioral health issues and trained more than 25,000 professionals. Renfrew provides women suffering from anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, eating disorder not otherwise specified (EDNOS) and related mental health problems, with the tools they need to succeed-in recovery and in life. Offering a warm, nurturing environment, Renfrew emphasizes a respect for the unique psychology of women, the importance of a collaborative therapeutic relationship, and the belief that every woman needs to actively participate in her own growth and recovery.
(866) 858-2876
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19128
Rachael D. Kerns, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Today you are one step closer to a new you where you feel empowered and on a positive path to growth and well-being. As a psychologist, my goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life. Through collaboration, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life.
(612) 223-6702
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19143
Julia Weinberg, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“As a forensic and clinical psychologist, I provide evaluations and psychotherapy. My therapy clients work with me on a variety of issues, including anxiety, loss, relationships, adoption & infertility, career challenges, adult ADD, and chronic health problems. My treatment approaches include psychodynamic therapy, CBT, and DBT. Your treatment will be tailored to your culture, communication style, and other personal factors. I avoid gimmicks and trendy ideas that have not been demonstrated effective for long-term change. As a forensic psychologist, I perform evaluations and provide expert testimony for civil and criminal procedures, including specialized evaluations for adoption, disability accommodation, and guardianship.
(215) 839-1097
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
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
Marian Droba, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“Training in psychodynamic therapy, cognitive therapy, psychopharmacology,Ericksonian hypnosis, psychoanalysis and mindfulness informs my work. Fellowships in Neuropsychopharmacology ( University of Pennsylvania), Addictive Disorders ( NIMH sponsored), Certification with National Yoga Alliance, give me a strong understanding of brain/ behavior/social/genetic/environmental/spiritual and dietary influences on mental health and wellness. Treating the person who has the illness not the illness the person has.
(215) 995-5161
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
“I have more than twentyfive years of experience evaluating and developing psychological and educational interventions for school age and preschool children who are have learning and/or behavioral issues. This is the primary focus of the practice.The secondary focus of the practice includes adults who might need consultation, counseling, or accommodations to work more effectively in college, or who need to assess their strengths and needs for vocational, or personal purposes,
(267) 274-4167
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19130
Parent to Child, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“At our group practice, we work individually to tailor treatment that is right for you. We use eclectic approaches including psychodynamic, CBT, mindfulness practice, systems theory, art therapy, music therapy and couples and family therapy. I believe in supporting short-term change with long-term growth by exploring underlying patterns of behavior, thoughts and feelings that contribute to the challenges that we face.
(215) 995-0049
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Charmaine Ensinger, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Philadelphia
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Ms. Ensinger is a marriage and family therapist who enjoys working with adults, young adults, children, couples, and families of all backgrounds. Her areas of focus include anxiety, depression, trauma, and life transitions.
(267) 633-8491
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
April J Perrymore, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Searching for a therapist can be overwhelming! However itís an important first step to making the changes that you want to make. Take a look at my website for further information and if it sounds right for you, let's schedule a consultation and see if we are a good fit. In a nutshell, I believe life is a learning process and at times during this process we encounter difficulties. It's by exploring these difficulties, events that happen in life or the repeated mistakes that we make that we better understand ourselves, others around us and can feel happier.
(215) 987-5330
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Johanna Isaacs, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Dr. Johanna Isaacs is a licensed clinical psychologist in Pennsylvania. She earned a BA in psychology from the University of Pennsylvania and a MA and Psy.D. in clinical psychology from Widener University. She has experience working with children, young adults, adults, families and couples in psychotherapy. Through cognitive-behavioral interventions, mindfulness techniques, and positive life coaching approaches, she has helped people cope with the stress of life transitions, the symptoms of anxiety and depression, and the challenges of learning disabilities, autism spectrum and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorders.
(215) 977-4871
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Adria Filmore, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I believe that change can be a difficult undertaking for anyone. If you need help in an area of your life including your emotions, motivation, personality, behavior, interpersonal relationships, and more, I can be of help to you. I strive to provide healing, understanding, and help to my clients through a non-judgmental, supportive, and collaborative therapy relationship.
(215) 253-7318
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Jeanine C O'Rourke, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Deciding to start therapy takes a huge leap of faith and I have tremendous respect for anyone willing to brave it. I'm always inspired by my clients. For the past 10 years, it has been my privilege to serve people in a wide range of settings and listen to the stories of their lives. I am repeatedly stunned by how little acknowledgment people in pain give themselves. Most of them donít look like theyíre suffering at all to the outside world. But thatís not how they feel inside.
(267) 712-9987
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146
Danielle A Meltzer, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Therapy is a journey often initiated due to current unhappiness and dissatisfaction with a part of your life. Similar to the ghosts in Dickens' A Christmas Carol, I serve as a guide in exploring your previous experiences and behaviors and how they continue to persist negatively in your current life, including influencing your view of yourself, others, and the world. Just like Scrooge, you can then make an informed decision to change unhealthy perceptions/behaviors and understand how to best do so. This process will leave you feeling empowered and more satisfied with the new life you are creating.
(215) 392-6638
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Noel Diorio, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Chrysalis Psychotherapy for Women specializes in treating professional women interested in understanding themselves better to improve their relationships, change unhealthy patterns and ultimately discover their highest potential. I specialize in working with individuals who struggle with self-injury (cutting, burning and picking of skin) self-esteem issues, anger, trauma, anxiety, depression, and couples counseling. I help clients to develop cognitive behavioral tools in combination with relaxation techniques to help manage symptoms, expand functioning and develop new strategies for moving forward in their lives. I am also an AAMFT approved supervisor offering case consultation and supervision to therapists working towards licensure.
(215) 839-1145
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Jane K Shure, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“I'm a national expert on bolstering resilience and self-confidence, helping people identify strengths, manage emotions, overcome resistance to change and mobilize forward movement. Named a Philadelphia Magazine "Top Doc for Women," I'm a published author on issues of shame, trauma, body-image, eating disorders. I lead workshops on Calm Your Inner Critic & Strengthen Your Inner Coach, am on faculty at Kripalu Center and Athena Leadership Lab, coauthored a teen self-esteem building curriculum, and coedited Effective Clinical Practice in the Treatment of Eating Disorders. For more see: huffingtonpost.com/jane-shure/, SelfMatters.org and resilientleadership.org/blog.
(215) 995-1198
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Jennifer Walters, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“Are you feeling sad, anxious, or stressed? Do you find it difficult to motivate yourself? Do you find less joy in things you used to like? Are you and your loved ones having trouble getting along? These are problems I often see and am trained and experienced in helping. In addition to providing a kind ear, I can assist you in learning relaxation techniques, improving your communication skills, and reducing anger. I understand how difficult it can be to reach out to a stranger and will fully support you throughout the process.
(215) 995-0101
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146
Community Supported Counseling,   in Philadelphia
“We aim to provide a positive and confidential experience for individuals, couples and families of all backgrounds and orientations. We honor your unique wisdom and help you work through the challenges life throws your way. The community supported counseling model is designed to uphold the dignity of the individual by keeping therapy accessible and affordable. We achieve this by having you and your therapist work exclusively together, opting out of the limitations that insurance companies often impose on treatment.
(484) 494-2844
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19143
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