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Therapists in Philadelphia

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
Ellen Weisberg, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I am interested in working with clients who are ready and willing to walk through the barriers preventing them from emotional peace and being the best they can be.
(215) 688-5765
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Ellen Ostroff, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am invested in building authentic, productive working relationships with my clients. My approach to therapy is aimed at fostering personal growth and fulfillment. Together we will identify any barriers to success, and develop strategies to overcome them. My specialty areas are relationship issues, anxiety, depression, life transitions, situational stress, eating disorders, sexuality, trauma, and grief/loss.
(215) 874-3854
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146
“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
Glendale E Walker, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LPC, CADC, CCPD
“Addiction (gambling,drug/alcohol,eating disorders shopping,etc.), Co-Ocurring and Trauma Spealist. Addressing the obsessive thought process and compulsive behaviors that influence gambling, drug/alcohol, spending, eating and sexual patterns. Family Therapy is recommended to service the whole person and the family affected by the disease of addiction. Individuals that suffer from sexual,physical,emotional and verbal abuse will engage in a therapeutic exercise that promotes safetiness and chance to trust again. Anger Management services are provided in a 12 week group process. Helping individual explore the causes that ignite thier rage.
(267) 388-3020
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19141
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
Linda L. Guerra, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I help people to clarify what they want from psychotherapy, and then work with them to facilitate their achieving their goals as quickly as possible. I have a warm and flexible style and tailor what I do to the individual client. I do not believe that psychotherapy is a "one size fits all" process, and will therefore use different approaches depending on what is most appropriate and useful with a particular client at a particular time.
(215) 798-0921
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
Lisa Mullins Marchiano, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Deciding to speak to a stranger about your personal life can be daunting. Finding the right therapist is often a matter of "fit." I don't believe that I know what is right for you. I believe something in you knows what is right for you, and that it is my job to help us listen for that inner knowing. I have an interactive style that is challenging and compassionate. The nature of my work with clients is determined first and foremost by your needs and preferences.
(267) 348-4078
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Eleonora Bartoli, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I enjoy working with young adults and adults (both individual and couples) who want to grow and find balance through the challenges that come with life transitions (e.g., surrounding relationships, work, parenthood, school). Given my own international upbringing and my experience in multicultural counseling, I also enjoy working with clients of diverse and/or international backgrounds and people who experience value/identity conflicts (e.g., between spirituality and sexual orientation, different faiths within a relationship or family).
(215) 917-2289
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Esther Lee, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“To those who are suffering, hurting, feeling hopeless and desiring true change, I want to help you move towards that change. There is hope! My areas of interest and experience include but are not limited to: substance addiction, depression, anxiety, anger, bereavement, self-image and identity issues, relationship issues, pre-marital and marital counseling.
(856) 283-4677
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19143
Jeremy Frank, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Philadelphia psychologist and addiction specialist serving Philadelphia and the Main Line. While I offer counseling for drug & alcohol, love, gambling, internet, computer and gaming addictions, my focus is relationships, depression, anxiety and other mental health & psychological treatment & counseling. Therapy is a collaborative process where clients sort out their thoughts and feelings in order to get a better understanding of who they are. I believe relationships define who we are and I try to help people realize what it is they want and need from others in their lives.
(215) 356-8061
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
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
Adrienne Mendell, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“For more than 30 years, I have been helping people thrive in a changing world. As a psychologist, I have learned that when someone feels stuck, unhappy or unproductive, that person is often trying to solve the wrong problem. I help individuals and couples identify the problems they really need to solve, teach them the skills they need to solve them help them and refocus their lives in a positive direction. .
(215) 240-1392
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Jill Maier, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“Everyone faces some bumps on the road of life. Often times it is helpful to have someone besides friends or family to help fix the pot holes or navigate a new road. I believe one of the most important things when starting counseling is having a good connection with your therapist. One of my strengths is creating that alliance through a non-judgmental attitude, being open minded, using humor, and basically keeping it real. My philosophy is to create a supportive, safe space to explore your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors; while challenging you to grow, learn, and heal old wounds.
(215) 600-4801
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19130
April Gagne Psychotherapist,   in Philadelphia
“Can relationships, work and life transitions become overwhelming at times? Is it difficult to find someone who listens and really understands you? Is your faith an important component to helping you understand yourself and the world around you? If you answered yes to any or all of these questions, I just may be the right therapist for you! I believe that therapy can help us to have more fulfilling and meaningful lives. It can give us a space to truly explore ourselves and our relationships, thus helping us to grow and reach our full potential.
(267) 642-5490
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
William Levine, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“The decision to enter psychotherapy can be difficult. Most of us would like to think we can solve our problems on our own, or at least with the help of friends and family. If you are looking for a therapist, chances are you have already tried doing just that, possibly with great effort over a long time, and are feeling discouraged about the result. The problems may be new or all too familiar. Therapy can help with two levels of concern: at a practical level, what to do to cope? at an underlying level, what to do to heal?
(215) 987-5456
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Walter Matweychuk, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I will show you how you make yourself disturbed about the problems you face. You largely upset yourself about what happens. I practice a straightforward approach. Since you disturb yourself you can choose not to disturb yourself with the philosophy I will teach you. You can adopt a new philosophy and set aside your upset so that you can more effectively work on changing what can be changed. The approach requires work but it can empower and liberate you. It can be applied to problems in the present, as well as mistakes and traumas of the past.
(646) 666-3108
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
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
Jennifer Walters, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“Are you feeling sad, anxious, or stressed? Do you find it difficult to motivate yourself? Do you find less joy in things you used to like? Are you and your loved ones having trouble getting along? These are problems I often see and am trained and experienced in helping. In addition to providing a kind ear, I can assist you in learning relaxation techniques, improving your communication skills, and reducing anger. I understand how difficult it can be to reach out to a stranger and will fully support you throughout the process.
(215) 995-0101
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146

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