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Therapists in Philadelphia

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
Alisa Kamis-Brinda, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCADC
“Do you worry all the time? Is it hard for you to turn your thoughts off? Would you like to enjoy the present moment, but feel unable to do so because you are so focused on the past or future? For many people, their fears negatively affect their relationships, work and health. They don't know how to let go of their worries or they've tried things that only made their problems worse.
(215) 285-1084
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Marla R Cobin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“My private practice is located in the Chestnut Hill section of Philadelphia, across from a train station. I primarily work with adolescents and adults, specializing in women, girls, and the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender populations. My areas of focus include sexuality, trauma and disabilities.
(610) 304-9886
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Danna Bodenheimer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, DSW
“Whether facing questions about your relationship or your path in life, I believe that psychotherapy can lead you towards your most authentic answers. Anxiety and depression often present themselves when there are issues begging us to deal with them. I work to provide a therapeutic relationship that allows you to explore the parts of yourself that feel scary and powerful. Based on 10 years of experience, I work comfortably with GLBT issues, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, relationship issues and eating disorders. I have experience working with groups and couples, in addition to individuals ranging from age 5 to older adults.
(215) 839-1137
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Brandi J Stewart, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I have ample experience working with Children and adolescents with multiple psychological and behavioral issues; including ADHD, ODD, OCD, conduct problems, Autistic spectrum disorders, depression, and sexual abuse (victimization and perpetration). Alongside, I work extensively with couples and families encountering numerous life difficulties. Furthermore, my experience reaches to adults dealing with life transition, depression, anxiety, and personality difficulties that inhibit life happiness and fullfillment. I am dedicated to my clientele and above all their functionality and happiness. My day-to-day moto is: "laugh love and live" and I strive to help my clients do just this!
(267) 348-4210
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19130
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, DSW, LCSW
“In an effort to understand and resolve past and present experiences, life complexities often bring people to therapy. Through the development of a safe, affirming, interactive, compassionate, and collaborative therapeutic relationship, I believe that meaningful healing can be attained through relationship allowing persons to live gratifying lives.
(215) 240-7021
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
Monica Thompson Campbell, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist located in Center City Philadelphia with over 10 years of experience working with clients with a variety of concerns. People often seek my services for help with managing depression and anxiety. I also work with people to help them find healthier ways to cope with stress and grief. I enjoy seeing individuals grow, change, meet goals, and find new ways to cope with the challenges in their lives. My role is not to tell you what to do, but to work collaboratively with you to find a healthier path for your life.
(215) 987-4048
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
“I believe people seek help from when they get "stuck" in some aspect of their lives. Through my 25 plus years of practice I work to help others make changes, choices, solve problems, and to grow in order to get "unstuck" and progress. I take an active, interactive, and supportive approach to therapy and use a variety of approaches as needed, sometimes working with the past and always with applications to the present.
(215) 874-7312
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
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
“I am Patricia Nabors, M. Ed., LPC. Drawing upon many therapeutic techniques, I tailor my therapy to fit the client's needs, emphasizing the strengths a client brings to therapy and the active role of the client in shaping his or her future.
(215) 995-1196
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
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
Radiant Sunshine,   in Philadelphia
“As a personal development coach, I have a passion for working with individuals and groups to build self-esteem, self-awareness and other empowerment skills to improve their quality of life. Our subscription is structured from individual coaching, where you perform activities, have access to my personal development videos and an awesome private community. You won't regret this investment because you can revisit activities, videos and yes I will be participating in the community; so that would be like having me as your own coach; for one yearly subscription price! And all for the value of 4 coaching sessions.
(215) 259-5480
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19114
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
Dan Livney, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“How does the "talking cure" help? The short answer is, we don't know. We do know that years of research has shown that it does, and we believe that it is not just in talking, but perhaps more importantly, it is in listening that change occurs. In therapy we not only experience being listened to, but we also learn to listen to ourselves. I work with my patients to improve on this vital skill, to draw on resources they may not have known they had, and to strengthen vital relationships, or build new ones.
(484) 577-2944
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Damaris Torres, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, BCCST
“ARE YOU WONDERING IF YOU SHOULD MAKE-UP OR BREAK UP? Do you feel different then when you were first together? Not sure what it is and feeling frustrated? It doesn't have to be this way. Over time relationships change and it feels horrible when you're out of sync. When things like this happen, it's easy to go to friends but sometimes they just don't understand. Often talking to an unbiased person can help. I'd like to help. Please don't go one more day feeling this way; I'd love to hear your story.
(267) 433-2078
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19135
Michael Lobianco, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, SAP
“The umbrella goal of my practice is to help individuals to achieve healthy, satisfying, and intimate relationships. I help people to identify barriers to intimacy and connectedness in relation to their history of disturbing thoughts and memories. I work primarily with people who have experienced trauma and are suffering from anxiety and depressive disorders as a consequence. Many of my clients are suffering from or have a history of suffering from Acute and/or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. My clients are people who are looking for a results-oriented treatment approach to the experiences, thoughts, and memories they find limiting.
(215) 995-5259
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Allan L Goldberg, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I believe that the work of therapy needs to be done in an atmosphere of safety, intelligence, warmth and humor. Therapy is often hard work because it takes so much commitment for us to look at ourselves objectively and work through challenging issues in our lives. Sometimes we come to therapy because there is a specific situation that we need immediate and/or brief assistance with or for an objective voice of reason. Sometimes we come to therapy because there have been challenges over time that have gotten in our way of getting what we want out of our lives.
(215) 592-4060
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Elizabeth Mcnamara, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“I utilize a client-centered, strengths-based approach to create a safe and supportive environment in which people can use both mind and body as an integrated vehicle with which to navigate self-exploration, healing, and optimum health. I value the process of self-growth as it allows us the opportunity to live fully and access greater joy in our lives.
(267) 573-9968
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Bill Grey, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Not having the success in relationships that you want? Are there friends or loved ones with whom you have had a falling out? Do you have difficulty with colleagues at work? Learn to attract and keep the relationships you want. Understand how to manage the difficult people in your life. Learn to convert the negative energy directed toward you into a positive healing force. Stop beating yourself up for your mistakes and find new ways to get more out of life. Learn from others by joining a group of similar people who are making progress toward achieving their goals.
(215) 995-1090
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Erin O'Brien, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“My approach is holistic and integrative with a basic belief in the value of relational connection. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology. I provide psychotherapy, clinical supervision, and consultation with specialties in EMDR, Complex PTSD, Attachment Trauma, and Relationship Difficulties. I believe that our core understanding of the world is heavily influenced by our family, culture, and community, and that these influences can have a lasting impact on how we connect with others. In addition to my practice, I am also a Clinical Supervisor at the Women's Therapy Center.
(856) 282-2077
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19110

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