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Therapists in Philadelphia

Vincenzo R Sanguineti, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“My areas of expertise in Adult Psychiatry include: anxiety disorders (obsessive-compulsive, PTSD, dissociative disorders); depression (including atypical depression and treatment resistant subtypes); bipolar disorders; pain management and other medico-psychiatric conditions; addictions and substance abuse; problems of the elderly. By practicing for over 30 years I came to realize that every individual is able to change his or her way of thinking and feeling, provided the client is willing to do so. My role is to individualize which role medications and psychotherapy may play for each client, in which combination, and to act accordingly.
(215) 995-0209
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
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
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
Daniel Cantor  in Philadelphia
“The challenges of life often call for a moment of reflection. Talking with someone who knows how to listen skillfully can be the first step to gaining clarity and inner freedom.
(267) 592-3978 x415
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Emma Steiner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, serving as an Assistant Director at the Council for Relationships, and maintaining a thriving practice in Center City and University City. I am an experienced and deeply empathic therapist, whose warmth and humor help to create a safe environment for self-exploration, growth and empowerment. Together with my clients, I work to forge a new story about themselves and the world that comes from a place of strength, acceptance and love. I aim to help my clients live a richer life, engage in more fulfilling relationships with others and themselves, and embrace opportunities.
(215) 804-4106 x4279
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104
Heidi Faust, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Heidi Faust, LCSW earned a BA in Psychology from George Mason University, and an MA Degree from City University of New York. Heidi has extensive experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families; as well as immigrant, minority, and LGBTQ populations. Heidi speaks conversational Spanish.
(215) 600-3677
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Elaine R Axelrod, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Effective treatment allows you to live more fully, more freely, with greater joy and spiritual connection. Thirty years of a successful psychotherapy practice in addition to 20 years of spiritual studies creates a powerful set of skills. My work blends a psychodynamic orientation and spiritual awareness to help clients move from pain, confusion, anxiety, and depression into truth,clarity,healing, and heightened energy. In a respectful and open-hearted environment we will examine the triggers and habitual patterns which impede you. Then work towards unlocking them and create new ways of being.
(215) 995-0203
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Adrienne Hermes, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Nationally Certified Counselor. I have experience working with adults, children, adolescents, families, and couples to overcome issues related to depression, anxiety, trauma, ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, family systems issues, relational conflict, addiction, and codependency. I utilize a variety of techniques through a holistic lens to provide you well rounded treatment; Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Structural Family Therapy, and Yoga Therapy, to name a few. I currently have weekend availability to assist you in overcoming busy schedules which may act as a barrier to getting the support you need.
(215) 437-0398
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Richard Gibson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCSW-C
“Everybody comes to therapy to “get better.” In most cases, at least in the short run, they do – if only from the placebo effect. But when one’s symptoms of depression, anxiety, or PTSD are a consequence of psychological trauma, talk therapy - which IS helpful for problem-solving, gaining new perspectives, sorting out relationship difficulties, etc. - rarely resolves them. Fortunately, EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), both research and my own long experience with it show, DOES help resolve symptoms resulting from trauma – and often rapidly. After significant trauma work, people not infrequently report the experience has been life-changing.
(215) 874-3853
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Elisabeth Z. Roland, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“In my practice, I encounter people who enter psychotherapy for many reasons - from general issues, including depression, anxiety, and low self-esteem, to specific problems such as family conflict and difficulty reaching career goals. Because individuals’ problems often arise in their interpersonal environments, my goal is to provide a safe and collaborative therapeutic relationship in which you feel understood, supported, and respected as an important aspect of helping you to feel better.
(215) 987-4560
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
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
Elizabeth Milburn, Psychiatrist  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
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
Thomas N Wood, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PhD
“Do you struggle in your relationship? Do you struggle with sexual arousal or orgasm? As a sex and relationship therapist, I work with individuals and couples to resolve communication issues, sexual dysfunction, and relationship injuries. The primary goal of my work is to identify and maximize strengths for effective achievement of personal goals. Our first few sessions will focus on the clear identification of the problem and the contributing factors. Once we are clear on the issue and the goal(s) for our work, I will tailor a treatment approach designed uniquely for your personal concerns.
(302) 504-4028
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147
Seeds of Hope,   in Philadelphia
“Seeds of Hope in Center City offers Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) and weekly Outpatient Groups for males and females struggling with all types of eating disorders. We tailor each person's treatment program to meet their individual needs and keep all therapy groups small so that we can insure everyone is getting the attention they deserve. Our programs provide the structure people need to begin making healthy choices and addressing concerns that may be holding them back from living a life that is free from constant anxiety about food, body image and weight.
(484) 652-8077
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
“Licensed Professional Counselor with 30 years experience working with Depression, Anxiety, and other diagnoses as well as Co-occurring Disorders(clients with a history of substance abuse and another mental health diagnosis) and clients without diagnoses interested in further growth and development. I am also a board certified music therapist and teach both graduate and undergraduate courses as well as supervise therapists for licensure.
(215) 970-2736 x1662
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Sara J Corse, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Dr. Sara J. Corse is a dynamic clinical psychologist with over 25 years experience working with individuals, couples, and families. Clients are drawn to Dr. Corse for her engaging style, her deep caring and her effectiveness in helping clients resolve and heal troubling emotions and relationships. Her approach is integrative and includes training in EMDR, a modality that helps clients resolve traumatic events interfering with present life and relationships. If you are worried about conflict or distance in your relationships, struggling with depression or anxiety, feeling overwhelmed or stuck during a period of life transition, therapy can help.
(215) 382-6680 x3117
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104
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
Marcy M Caldwell, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“At Merion Psychological Assessments we specialize in psychological and psychoeducational assessment and testing for late adolescents and adults. I am particularly interested in helping traditional and returning university students discover what it is that holds them back from the success they desire and helping them find the resources and accommodations to help them reach their potential. In addition to being the director and chief psychologist at Merion Psychological Assessments, LLC; I am also the senior assessment supervisor at Tuttleman Counseling Services at Temple University and a professor at the University of Pennsylvania.
(484) 775-0914
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146

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