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Therapists in Philadelphia

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
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
Kathleen Crosson Ostertag, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, msw, lsw
“I admire your courage in seeking therapy. Whether for the first or the fifth time, it is a brave act. I provide a safe and nurturing place to laugh,cry or shout while examining your current difficulty. I see you and me as collaborators. Your personal goals lead the journey. My experience and knowledge lend direction to our work together. Respect, humility and empathy will enrich our time together.
(267) 244-8225
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
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
Jeanne Stanley, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Identity concerns, relationship difficulties, and career or academic related changes may all bring on varying degrees of confusion, loss, anxiety, and depression. I take a collaborative approach in working with clients to move successfully through such challenges. This interpersonal approach provides the flexibility for you to find your way through current transitions, and to assist you in gaining insight into possible patterns and roadblocks, in order to create sustainable change in your life.
(215) 397-7086
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
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
Ray Fisher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD, PCC
“I am skilled in working with adolescent and adult males helping them broaden their understanding of their emotions. I understand their struggle to find spaces where they can fully express themselves, and I provide a safe and helpful place in which to feel, understand, be understood, and grow. We, as individuals, and as a culture, are seeking more joy, purpose, and meaning in our lives. I believe life is about connections and relationships; relationships with friends, loved ones, co-workers, and ourselves. I use the therapeutic relationship to help teach my clients new ways to function in those relationships.
(267) 281-6007
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104
Marie V Turco, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CCDP-D
“I utilize a strengths based, solution-focused therapy, working effectively and colloboratively to reach goals set by the client. I have extensive experience treating mood disorders, including depression and anxiety disorders. I specialize in LGBTQ issues, chronic illness, veterans and co-occurring substance abuse and psychiatric issues. My past work history has included clinical work with both adolescents and adults and I welcome both to my practice.
(207) 618-5208
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
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
Erica G. Sobel, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
“Counseling is an exploration of our personal lives, and can lead to a discovery of the best version of ourselves. I believe that a therapist should be there as an empathic person who can assist you in understanding why you are currently feeling "stuck", and help you explore your options for a more comfortable life. Typically, when we are in a place where we are emotionally paralyzed, we are feeling powerless. The hope is that utilizing therapy is a way to help you "get your voice back" and feel empowered again.
(267) 460-5508
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19110
Joshua Blume, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“I am a Board-Certified, University of Pennsylvania trained psychiatrist and University of Pennsylvania Clinical Faculty member, with particular expertise in the treatment of adult ADHD. I also treat individuals suffering from bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, Autistic Spectrum Disorders. Please note that patients seeking treatment for ADHD must have a written diagnostic report in their possession from one of the following prior to scheduling with me: 1) The Penn Adult ADHD Treatment and Research Program 2) The Adult ADHD Center of Philadelphia 3) a board-certified psychiatrist with whom they have a current or previous treatment relationship.
(215) 454-2828
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Teresa Harrington,   in Philadelphia
“I have a psychotherapeutic orientation, and am also trained in both cognitive-behavioral and mindfulness techniques. I work with the technique and orientation to fit the person--dealing with depression, anxiety, grief and loss. We all experience change and loss in our lives. Everyone copes in their own way and time. From the ending of a relationship, common life transitions (such as school, jobs, moving) to the death of a loved-one, change can sometimes be experienced as profound loss. And depression and/or anxiety can follow. I will help you go through a grieving process that will empower you. - Teresa Harrington, MSW, LSW
(215) 987-5422
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Hornstein, Platt and Associates, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I am the Executive Director of a insurance based, holistic practice with locations in Rittenhouse Square, Temple University's Campus, Narberth, Bryn Mawr and Flourtown. Please go to our website at www.hptherapy.com to find out about our therapists and services.
(215) 839-1121
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Sandra C DiWilliams, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“I am a counselor specializing in working with children, teens, and young adults. There are many challenges that arise in a person's life from their childhood to young adulthood, and oftentimes counseling can help a person to navigate those challenges in a healthy and productive way. I aim to help my clients work toward behaviors and insights that will give them the tools to live the lives they want. My specialties include behavioral issues, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, time management, school-related stress, trouble sleeping, communication, impulse control, and the development of coping skills.
(215) 874-6381
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
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
Ellen L Wright, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“People enter therapy because they want to improve something in their lives. Often the timing of this choice to seek therapy is not ideal - you may be having family or work stress, you may be depressed, anxious, tired and unable to think clearly or make decisions. At these times you need a therapist who is well respected, thoughtful, and capable. I am a licensed Psychologist who has been in private practice in Center City, Philadelphia for over 25 years. I work with adults and young adults (16 years +) facing emotional, interpersonal, career and medical challenges.
(215) 977-4211
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Tristan Guarini, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Therapy can be an amazing, transformative experience. I view therapy as a collaborative effort between therapist and client. Right now you may not think this is the case, but I firmly believe that you are the expert on you. I am here as a guide who has specialized knowledge to help you get back on track, refine your understanding of yourself, and live a happier and healthier life.
(267) 613-7282
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
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
Karen A Saporito, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I have been working with children and adults for over 15 years, diagnosing and treating mental health issues. I believe there is a very large range of "normal" and we all struggle with life at times. My professional goal is to provide a safe atmosphere to identify and discuss stumbling blocks and guide others to a place where they can confidently be themselves, fulfill their potential and find joy. It can be challenging to ask for help, but taking that risk and facing your fears opens up a world of possibilities.
(856) 266-9634
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102

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