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Therapists in Philadelphia

Matthew CP Purinton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Matt is a client-centered therapist, who, meeting his clients where they are, helps them to develop and accomplish their goals. He utilizes a systems-based conceptualization of group behavior to help his clients deal with issues in their work and home lives. Utilizing an eclectic blend of interventions to customize treatment to the client's needs, Matt helps his clients develop insights about themselves and their life circumstances, allowing them to discover new coping skills and uncover hidden resources. Matt helps all of his clients overcome their obstacles, develop resiliency, and think outside the box.
(215) 253-6197 x3135
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104
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 don’t look like they’re suffering at all to the outside world. But that’s not how they feel inside.
(267) 712-9987
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146
Irene Feigin, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I am a licensed psychologist with over 20 years of clinical experience and I have been treating clients in private practice for the past 10 years in Philadelphia. I work with adults, children and families. I support my clients and help them learn how to cope with and overcome personal challenges, build inner strength and develop self-confidence. I create therapeutic atmosphere of respect, safety, and trust. I help my clients to recognize, discover and develop their own resources. I listen and take interest in each client. My approach is tailored to the unique needs of each individual.
(215) 874-7287
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19115
Treatment Ready, Treatment Facility  in Philadelphia
Treatment Facility
“To provide treatment placement and personalized care for those suffering from alcohol and drug addiction. We are here to guide both you and your loved ones through this journey to recovery. Here at Treatment Ready, we understand and empathize with the feelings of confusion and pain associated with drug and alcohol addiction. Having been down this path ourselves and having made it through, we ask only that you don't walk it alone....let us walk with you and journey
(844) 447-3239
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19114
Stephanie A. Heck, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“We all have some degree of stress, sadness, anger, or worry in our lives. However, when these feelings become overwhelming, they can interfere with daily life, work, relationships, and physical health. As a licensed psychologist and a graduate of Penn State (a top-10 doctoral program in clinical psychology), I have the expertise to help you cope with life's challenges, to know yourself more deeply, and to make desired changes in your life. I offer therapy for adults with problems related to mood, anxiety, relationships, work, and life transitions. I also offer specialty services for new/experienced parents.
(215) 991-5848
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
“My goal with clients is to evaluate the situation bringing them distress. If we find the problems are ones that recur in your life that seem to interfere with living a full, content life, our work turns to understanding what is causing this disruption. I believe that it is important for each person to explore how to lead a full and satisfying life. I have knowledge of other cultures that helps me to understand problems that occur with immigration and to new cultures. I have an understanding of adult stages of growth and change. This helps in my work with adults experiencing difficulties with aging.
(215) 735-4393
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Ai Ikunaga, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I have experience working with clients of diverse backgrounds with a variety of mental health concerns. My areas of expertise include eating disorders, body image concerns, and multicultural issues. Though I use different approaches based on clients' needs, I am trained in a psychodynamic approach which focuses on the importance of relationships we form with others and explores their impact on our current lives. My previous experience as a licensed music therapist for almost a decade continues to enrich my current work as a psychologist. In working together with clients, I strive to be authentic and focus on their strengths, uniqueness, and creativity.
(267) 728-0082
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
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
Open Door Counseling at Mazzoni Center,   in Philadelphia
“Mazzoni Center's Open Door Counseling program helps Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) individuals, couples and families enjoy healthy and fulfilling lives. We provide quality professional, accessible and culturally-affirming psychotherapy and outpatient psychiatric services to strengthen our communities. Open Door takes pride in our foundation of leadership and experience. We are committed to helping you find your inner strengths and tap into your hidden resources. We will work closely with you to ensure the best possible treatment to empower and affect the change you desire. We offer a sense of community while honoring the uniqueness of every individual.
(267) 888-5020
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
Cécile Gouffrant McKenna,   in Philadelphia
“Do you feel anxious, lonely, like your life is upside down, like the world does not make sense, or cornered? Do you doubt your choices? Do you wish to find new ways and new answers? Your new path can start here and now! Psychoanalytic therapy means that you are not alone anymore in facing challenges, mending relationships, building strength, and creating the future you deserve. Whether you need help with your career, your romantic partner, your relationships, parenting, or aging parents, Please do not hesitate: call or text at 215-352-5975 or email.
(267) 463-4730
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146
Lisa M Correale, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD, NCPsyA
“Psychotherapy and psychoanalysis help individuals who are struggling with emotional issues resolve relationship problems, improve their family life, find more satisfaction in their work, and develop more positive self-regard.
(267) 343-9106
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Michael J Canino, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“Adjustments can often be challenging. Whether it may be a shift in career, end to a relationship, or change in phase of life, these transitions can frequently disrupt our usual patterns of thinking and behavior. My professional experience has found that having an interested, empathetic, and active listener as a psychotherapist can be extremely beneficial in assisting not only with these difficult times, but also with unforeseen situations bound to occur in the future.
(215) 874-4485
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Genie Bud Ravital, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSS, LCSW
“Change is possible! It thrives in a warm, supportive space that allows personal introspection and gentle encouragement. I have helped people with a wide range of problems, including relationship conflicts, parenting issues, chronic depression, dealing with traumatic events, and substance abuse. I think of myself as a practical kind of therapist. I predominantly use cognitive behavioral therapy to help you change negative thinking patterns and develop healthier choices in taking care of yourself and better communication in your relationships. I can help you identify the problems you want to solve and the specific goals you want to achieve.
(267) 436-7178
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Susan P Marcel, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“I like to think I am best suited for treating individuals who are very sensitive and want more out of their lives, those who are seeking a deeper, richer life than where they find themselves currently. Identifying and changing those things that block emotional satisfaction is something patients and I work together on. Doing this allows my patients to make better emotional contact with themselves, with their loved ones and their life's work. I like to help patients identify what is healthy and what is unhealthy in their emotional and physical lives.
(215) 645-2939
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
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
Allison Brunner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“If you're struggling with ongoing emotional pain, feel frustrated or stuck or have tried and found minimal success with more traditional talk therapies and solution-focused therapies, I believe I can help. We can work more deeply to access and heal the root of your pain so your mood and behaviors change organically. I offer holistic, mindfulness-based, depth- and insight-oriented therapies to people struggling with anxiety and mood disorders (including depression, bipolar disorder, developmental trauma, and post-traumatic stress disorder), grief or loss, and problems with attention or concentration, and self-esteem.
(267) 460-6319
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Janee' Elizabeth Henderson  in Philadelphia
“At a very early age, I always knew I wanted to help people "feel better". Life has many ups and downs... and sometimes we need assistance or guidance to aid us through. Are you going through a down period? Are you stuck in a rut? ...Are you ready to feel better? I can help you bring back the joy into your life and get you moving, loving, laughing, and living your best life :) Let's talk...
(267) 867-0287
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19144
Harris W Stern, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I have many years experience helping people who have anxiety, depression, addictions, compulsive behavior disorders (food, sex, gambling) and all kinds of relational challenges. I call myself a Wholistic Existential Psychologist, indicating that I work from a Depth Psychology perspective that emphasizes each person's unique life and the interaction of mind, body and spirit in finding balance and personal integration. I believe that a healing relationship is at the core of successful psychotherapy. I also believe that Psychotherapy is a process of completing unfinished business and rewriting negative personal narratives into more positive life stories.
(610) 915-8703
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19130
Emily Abeledo-Adams, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
“I have extensive experience, 15 + years as a social worker and psychotherapist; have worked in many settings, with children, adolescents and adults, all diverse populations. I have found that the relationship between myself and the client is the most important element in clinical work. Through this relationship, it is my goal to help you find relief from your suffering, and to enable you to explore unknown and undeveloped parts of yourself, so that you may grow and live a full and satisfying life.I FURNISH VERY DISCREET CONSULTING TO PROFESSIONALS VALUING CONFIDENTIALITY.
(215) 921-5957
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
Accredited Psychotherapist, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
“The decision to begin therapy is one that takes courage. I will provide a supportive, non-judgmental therapeutic relationship with you, and together we will identify the issues you want to work on. Our work together encompasses gaining perspective about the past and insight into the present, in order to choose the path to follow into the future. I actively engage my clients in a warm and supporting therapeutic relationship that meets their needs. I support each person on their journey of healing and growth that he or she chooses to create within themselves.
(973) 945-1002
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
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