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Therapists in Philadelphia

Rebecca Tendler, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I specialize in helping people who are trying to heal from distressing or tragic life events, including those who are grieving a loss or who are suffering the aftereffects of trauma or abuse. I create a safe and empathic therapeutic environment that encourages the patient to explore new meaning in life and try out new ways of thinking, feeling and behaving.
(267) 645-9924
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Stephen Becker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW
“I see my job as a therapist as providing a particular kind of space. A space that helps people to feel comfortable, and one that helps people to talk. It is through this talking that healing and transformation become possible. I believe that human beings have a natural tendency to move towards growth, maturity, and happiness. Sometimes, however, things happen in life that trip us up. Things get in our way. These obstacles can be diminished, weakened, and removed through the therapeutic process. That's what therapy is; the removal of what stands in the way of our movement towards our goals, desires, and dreams.
(215) 600-2182
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Matthew M. Purcell, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Often, although certainly not always, specific difficulties such as depression, anxiety, or stress bring someone to therapy. The symptoms of one's distress often seem uncontrollable, confusing, or senseless. I work hard to help resolve these symptoms. While doing so, I keep in mind that however unwanted or confusing the symptoms may seem, they almost always have meaning, serve a purpose or are there for a reason, and occur in a multi-determined context. Because the circumstances and emotions that contextualize a symptom or problem may not immediately be visible or known, one can have little power to change them.
(215) 392-6652
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106
Jody Ehrlich, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“Learning is a lifelong process and all people are capable of learning. It is never too late to grow, change and develop new, healthier and more effective approaches for interacting and communicating. By choosing to be more conscious and self-aware, we move into a process of growth and change.
(215) 687-4268
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106
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
Elizabeth Milburn, Psychiatric Nurse  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
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW
“Althea works in the field of Mental Health providing care in the areas of: anger management, conflict resolution, ADHD, ODD, Anxiety and Depression, Relationship Issues, Child and Adolescent issues.
(215) 559-9958
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19141
Valerie Saxton, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I believe that every individual has the wisdom to know how to heal themselves and the courage to face life's challenges and grow from them. It is my job, as a therapist, to help you connect with this innate wisdom and courage. In therapy, I work to create a space where you can feel safe, understood, and cared for. Within this space, we will explore your current difficulties and challenges. We will address these challenges in ways that fit you and that build upon your unique strengths and personality.
(267) 915-4068
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147
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
Dana P Reinhold, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“If you are navigating a difficult transition in your life, I can help you find clarity and develop your resilience. A change in view can change everything. With many years of experience, I have helped people from many backgrounds deal with difficult life challenges, mental illness, personality disorders, addictions, and trauma. Drawing on several therapeutic approaches to work most effectively with each client, I use cognitive behavior therapy as well as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy to help people overcome anxiety and the impact of past traumatic experiences, I offer Mindfulness groups, as well as incorporating Mindfulness concepts and practices into individual therapy.
(215) 543-7687
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Dorothy Gibbons, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Thanks for visiting this page! I have been a therapist for 19 years and I love my work. I work best with individuals and couples who want to develop their relationships beyond the same old patterns that are not working for them. I will work with you to develop not only your personal insight but also how to take up full membership in your life and relationships. You will learn how to develop curiosity and compassion for yourself and others as well as skills to help you work with symptoms like anxiety, depression and outrage.
(267) 281-1922
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19109
Melanie Rychok, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“We all face difficulties in our lives and in our relationships. If you have painful memories of traumatic events, there is help and there is hope. Whatever may be getting in your way we can find a path through it. Together we can engage in the process of healing from past hurt, trauma, and pain to a sense of peace, wholeness, and wellbeing.
(267) 603-3101
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
Carole Nehez, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSS
“I offer psychotherapy and psychoanalysis to individuals and groups in a positive, safe, non-judgmental environment. My goal is to provide the right balance of support and challenge to help each client work, play and love to the fullest of his or her potential. I frequently work with clients who have experienced early wounding as well as those having difficulty with transitions in relationships, aging, loss, or end of life. I enjoy work with artists seeking to free creative energy. I see each client as unique and our work together as an exploration of what is possible, desirable and achievable.
(215) 703-7941 x434
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Harin Feibish, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
“With 30+ years of experience, I enable clients to become aware of how their thoughts and behaviors inhibit daily life, acknowledge how this effects them and others, and take action to move forward. I am a nationally recognized authority on the treatment and prevention of eating and body image disorders. I founded and formerly directed "Body Balance" at The Renfrew Center, a program which focuses on women's eating and body image issues. My work has included numerous groups, workshops, written articles, and TV appearances that have focused on issues of self-acceptance and self-esteem.
(215) 789-9423
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Jane Helene Finkle, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“I excel at helping individuals through the career transition process and offer a wide range of services designed to help you navigate the path to a satisfying career. Whether you are considering career change or advancement, I can help you sort it out and take action.
(215) 261-7924
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Christine Coppa, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Life is a sea of change. Whether you are looking to accept or embrace life transitions, improve your ability to cope and thrive, or make an important decision; support is essential. At times, a break from everyday distractions is necessary to "pay attention" to the circumstances of your life more fully. Therapy is an opportunity to hear yourself think "out loud" in a safe place with respectful feedback. Through the process of identifying your own needs, desires and strengths; we can work together to creatively support the changes you want to make in your life. Work-life-school balance is possible.
(610) 298-1326
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Tina Di Santo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Psychotherapy can help us gain understanding into ourselves, our histories, our patterns, and our relationships. It is also a tool that can increase clarity and direction so that we can move more confidently in the world. I believe that much of "who we are" is connected to how we think about ourselves and others. To this end, I generally aim to do two things in my therapist role: Think about how we have come to think/act the way that we do, AND, create a space within ourselves to begin to exercise new and (usually) different ways to think/act.
(215) 995-0032
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Jason J Hutchings, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“The common thread of suffering runs through all of our lives. While painful, it beckons for us to answer its call and to understand the meaning inherent in the experience. Symptoms, and other manifestations of our psychological life, contain an important message that, when correctly deciphered, help guide us towards balance. This process allows us to live, not only the narrow life of depression, anxiety, or anger, but a more complete life of wholeness and meaning.
(484) 383-1803
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106
Carol Anne Robinson, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“Are you seeking relief from emotional suffering? Trapped by anxiety or depression? Therapy is a sanctuary and a journey I will take with you to help free you from the pain of depression, anxiety, panic, anger, trauma, cutting, Body Dysmorphic Disorder, and other issues, which prevent you from living life to its fullest. I do individual therapy. Choosing the right therapist is essential. So please call for your free 20 minute consultation. I'm affiliated with Hill Counseling and 5 other therapists, who may be available if I am not. We run an array of groups at HILL COUNSELING.
(215) 642-0915
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19125
Lucinda Mitchell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, NCPcyA, LPC
“My practice is built on trust. I help people learn to trust themselves and develop more effective ways to relate to others. Teaching reliable communication skills as well as helping people work through deeper problems is very rewarding to me. When clients bring in their unique life difficulties, my goal is to help them to understand and resolve the obstacles that are blocking their progress. During the course of therapy many areas of life get better, communication between partners improves and symptoms of anxiety and depression disappear. Individuals as well as couples benefit from the long or short-term treatment they receive under my care.
(267) 714-8327
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
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