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Therapists in Philadelphia

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
Marcus Krohner,   in Philadelphia
“I approach therapy as an opportunity to explore how thoughts and perceptions, both past and present, influence well-being. In our sessions we can collaboratively address feeling overwhelmed by negative/self defeating thoughts, anger, negative self-image, predicting negative outcomes, avoidance/procrastination, and self-destructive ways of coping.
(215) 839-1177
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
Leslie Glass & Associates, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
“I believe that we all possess an internal wisdom about what we need to overcome challenges. Life experiences--whether originating from within, or as we make our way in the world--often cloud our ability to access this wisdom. Therapy with me begins with establishing a safe and trusting relationship, which becomes the context in which we can explore and modify those parts of your experience that interfere with optimal functioning, and which block your ability to feel deeply satisfied with your life.
(267) 217-2630
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
“During the past 29 years the privilege of helping others in distress has been rewarding. Thoughts and beliefs have a profound effect on a person's feelings and behaviors. Changing dysfunctional thoughts, beliefs and attitudes can dramatically alter problematic feelings and behaviors. As Professor of Psychology and Chairman of a psychology department in a medical school, I train doctoral students. I am licensed in PA., NJ, and am Board Certified in Clinical Psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology. I am a Fellow of the Academy of Clinical Psychology and Founding Fellow of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy.
(267) 888-5252
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Nicholas Wood, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I am Dr. Nick Wood, and I am experienced at helping people living through many of the things that life can throw at us. These "things" include many psychiatric difficulties, a desire to feel more fulfilled in life, and coping with new or chronic health concerns. My approach to psychotherapy is grounded in the strong belief that our relationships with others drive our lives and determine our happiness, well being, success, playfulness, and resilience. We all want to know others and to have others know us, and I believe that knowing and being known help us both physically and psychologically.
(267) 463-4142
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
CÚcile Gouffrant McKenna Psychoanalyst,   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
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
Richard Brewer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Every conversation makes a difference. The differences may be subtle or they can be life-changing. I work in a direct and warm manner, creating an environment that is dynamic and safe. The therapeutic relationship is a very important one and can provide the basis for navigating through difficult life transitions, improving communication skills, healing from a loss, or exploring possibilities for enhancing one's life.
(215) 764-5728
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
Dana Goode, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Do you want to have a deeper understanding of your emotional style and how it affects your personal and professional relationships? I use a cognitive approach to therapy, which is effective in helping clients improve their understanding of themselves. My goal is to provide you with a safe and honest environment in which to do this work. Take the first step to more effective living by understanding how patterns of thoughts affect your emotions and actions -- and what to do about it.
(215) 792-6191
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
Marvin K Lovell, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“Are you feeling down or sad? Have you experienced a recent change in life? Are your emotions so overwhelming that you just have not been happy. Perhaps you are feeling hurt or angry over a past (or current) relationship. Are you are a parent having a difficult time understanding your children or teenagers? Or maybe you are an adolescent having a difficult time with "life as a teenager." Or maybe you just simply want to talk with someone that will be non-judgmental, respectful, and compassionate while letting you talk about anything that may be of concern to you.
(215) 874-6474 x1278
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Hallie Kushner, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“People come to therapy with complicated feelings. For some, it's a welcome opportunity to share thoughts and feelings that might not feel okay to share elsewhere. Others might view therapy as a humiliating defeat, a sign that they have failed to "solve the problem" alone. I have worked with people at both ends of this spectrum and those in between. In spite of the range of attitudes that mark one's entrance into therapy, my experience tells me that those who give therapy a genuine chance to help them will be helped. This is true even for the most reluctant of beginners.
(215) 839-9735
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Carrie Askin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you have difficulty connecting to your partner or maintaining long-term, meaningful friendships? Are you often lonely and wishing for connection? Do you want to eliminate drama in your relationships? Therapy can help you to create more meaningful relationships with yourself and with others. In therapy, we work to develop a clarity about your needs and desires and to build the skills you need to authentically engage with others, to develop comfort with conflict and to learn to stay connected with ourselves and others even as we express our differences clearly.
(267) 613-4305
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Patricia Rice, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Whether you need a bit of extra support or a different perspective, or you are ready to dive in and work on deeper or more chronic issues, we can collaborate in helping you move forward. Together we can begin managing your distress/symptoms in the short-term so that more enduring solutions and changes can occur over time. Our work can help you to understand the sources of your distress in ways that will allow you to think more clearly, feel more deeply, and manage your life more effectively.
(267) 888-5215
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Nancy Roth, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“I believe that everyone has strengths--and that everyone encounters challenges. During difficult times, I can help you find new ways of understanding what's happening, additional resources for support and enhanced coping skills that build on your existing strengths. I work primarily with adults, individually, in couples or as families.
(215) 703-8849
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Jodi Schwartz-Levy, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“As one of a handful of psychologists worldwide with a doctorate in Somatic (body-oriented) Psychology, I am able to work with the cognitive, emotional, somatic, spiritual, and energetic aspects of a person. I am an ideal therapist for people that have tried traditional therapy and feel that "something was missing". As both a "healer" and psychologist I offer the best of both worlds, so each client can have the most resources.
(215) 995-3191
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Karen Ginsburg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LMT
“Many of us encounter times in our lives when we need support and guidance to find our way. I provide a thoughtful, compassionate and attentive presence in which you can make sense of yourself, your past, your present and your future. I believe when we are truly listened to, we can heal our deepest wounds and develop our capacities to their greatest fulfillment.
(646) 480-7421
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Seeds of Hope Eating Disorder Program, Treatment Facility  in Philadelphia
“Seeds of Hope is an Intensive Outpatient Program specializing in the treatment of eating disorders. It offers support and direction for individuals in crisis or struggling to function on a regular basis. It is often an alternative to inpatient hospitalization or can be a transition for individuals being discharge from an inpatient stay. We treat clients in the least restrictive environment which allows many to maintain their daily life and routine. Our staff consists of Licensed Professional Counselors and Nutritionists and Dietitians who specialize in the treatment of eating disorders. Clients are supported three times a week by using a multimodal approach consisting of Process Group Therapy, Expressive Art Therapy and Educational Nutrition Therapy. These groups reduce isolation and secrecy, help identify and express feelings, and develop more effective ways of coping. A therapeutic meal is included which our clients make at home and eat together with our staff. Our group maintains a small group census to ensure optimum therapeutic support.
(484) 821-3292
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Ameet Ravital, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Are you experiencing emotional distress, relationship challenges, financial stress or chronic health issues? Over time, such problems can be exhausting to your mind, body and spirit. Unresolved, they can take a heavy toll on your work performance and daily satisfaction with life. I can offer you a very different approach. Change will start with the first session. Together we'll start by understanding your goals, and then we'll lay out the first steps to move in that direction. Aren't you ready to uncover new possibilities?
(215) 987-5340
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Brian Gordon Miller  in Philadelphia
“I have practiced meditation in the Zen tradition for 16 years, and I specialize in counseling couples and individuals who are interested in incorporating a more Eastern way of looking at life. This is included in my therapeutic work with clients by exploring a deeper sense of the present moment: looking at what is happening in the body, mind, and spirit: right here, right now. I help clients unlock old, painful patterns, and together we look at what is truly informing your emotional reactions and thought patterns.
(267) 296-9290
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19130
Helen Huffington, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSS, LCSW
“I work with people who have suffered any kind of trauma at any point in their life. This can include abuse, difficult relationships, medical trauma, allergic reactions, accidents, and even embarrassing moments. I work with those who may have also experienced childhood neglect. That includes lack of affection, information, and/or support that was needed during childhood, but was not provided. In addition, I help those who experience pain that they feel in the body that is not derived from a medical or physical cause, but is psychological in origin. As a Consultant in EMDR, I provide consultation to psychotherapists who are practicing EMDR.
(215) 874-5599
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107

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