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Therapists in Philadelphia

“Chrysalis Psychotherapy for Women is a private psychotherapy practice that is limited to adult women seeking either individual, group or couple's therapy. Dr. Windham has worked with women primarily for over 15 years and specializes in women's issues such as sexual assault, childhood sexual abuse and neglect, trauma, and eating disorders.
(267) 362-9980
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Adina Sandman, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Utilizing an individually tailored, integrative, solution oriented, treatment approach, I provide individual, couples, & family psychotherapy. Working together, I can help guide you to address a range of problems such as eating disorders, depression & anxiety issues, traumatic issues, self-injury, relationship difficulties, self-esteem issues. Are you ready to experience relief from your symptoms and engage in your personal healing and growth? I invite you to take this journey with me.
(215) 995-0220
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147
Annapoorna Ayyagari, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW
“I enjoy working with children, adults, couples, and families.It is important I create a therapeutic environment so that intrapsychic blocks can be moved to achieve emotional independence.I have successfully utilized Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), CBT, and supportive therapy to address and reduce symptoms of trauma, bereavement, chaotic living environments, pain management, transitional issues, and general coping for persons of spanning in age. For couples’ therapy, I have utilized Imago Therapy to help couples understand root causes, and, in addressing dual diagnoses, I have successfully worked with people in becoming sober and implementing healthier coping skills.
(856) 575-1974
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
Hannah L Jacobson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSS, LSW, CGRS
“Are you feeling emotionally overwhelmed or broken-hearted? Are you grieving a loss? Do you feel misunderstood or alone? Do you wonder what to do now or how to go on? Whether it was a recent loss or life change, or many years ago, you may be relieved expressing yourself in a warm, caring setting as you sort through your feelings and everything you're going through. You're not alone. I have a deep respect for our amazing resilience as people and for our incredible capacity to change, grow and achieve well-being. There is hope!
(215) 987-3442
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Judith Laskodi, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“Whatever it is that brought you to this search, whether it's a job or relationship crisis, old issues that keep you stuck, or just the sense that you could be happier, it's wonderful that you believe change is possible and are willing to work to make it happen. I offer help with issues such as: anxiety and depression; relationship challenges with family members or a partner or spouse; life transitions; grief and loss; chronic illness. I enjoy working with clients that are motivated to understand where they are stuck and to make the changes necessary to move forward.
(609) 357-4672
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Margot Clark, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker with over thirty years of experience in a variety of settings including a mental health center, psychiatric inpatient units, a day program, and a psychotherapy practice. I try to approach each individual with compassion, acceptance, and respect for their own world view, and work with them to better understand their issues, how they got there, reconnect with their own inner strengths and resources, and move towards their goals. I work with adults with issues related to mood disorders, anxiety, loss, work and relationship stress, trauma, chronic pain, grief/bereavement and life cycle changes.
(215) 987-2689
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19124
Peg Pullan  in Philadelphia
“Have you been considering taking a step toward healing individually or working on an important relationship? Anxiety, depression and relationship problems can feel very painful. If you are tired of struggling and wondering if things can ever change, let's talk. It's hard to know what to expect and it takes courage to reach out. You will find a compassionate and judgment free environment where you can safely deal with everyday problems that can feel overwhelming. Together we will get things moving forward.
(215) 839-3126
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19111
Cindy N. Ariel, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“My psychotherapy practice, Alternative Choices, includes a small group of experienced and dedicated mental health professionals. We offer an alternative to large, impersonal mental health settings, and a personalized approach that encompasses current evidence-based and traditional treatment. I work primarily with individuals and couples who are struggling with life's difficulties. My personal specialties include relationship issues, anxiety, depression and grieving. My new book, Loving Someone with Asperger's Syndrome: Understanding and Connecting with Your Partner, was just released on March 1, 2012.
(215) 592-1333
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106
Jeanine C O'Rourke, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Deciding to start therapy takes a huge leap of faith and I have tremendous respect for anyone willing to brave it. I'm always inspired by my clients. For the past 10 years, it has been my privilege to serve people in a wide range of settings and listen to the stories of their lives. I am repeatedly stunned by how little acknowledgment people in pain give themselves. Most of them don’t look like they’re suffering at all to the outside world. But that’s not how they feel inside.
(267) 712-9987
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146
Karyn Feit, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Working with adolescents and their families is my passion, as this is a period in life when the skills, habits, and ways of relating to one another and personality take shape. It's a time of hopefulness when the development of a sense of identity, confidence and purpose is built. I've been lucky to witness many youth use the skills they learn to make healthy choices they can be proud of to ultimately transform their lives. With effective guidance and support, I believe in the power of both youth and familes to make and sustain positive and lasting changes.
(215) 977-4386
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
Ivy J Felder  in Philadelphia
“As a Therapist that practice Modern Psychoanalysis, I play a risky role in my client's life. I have the potential to become another fearful problematic relationship, which are in most cases the repetitive maladaptive pattern of functioning that causes clients to find themselves in tuff situations. Most clients are used to being confronted by peers in a way that causes guilt and shame which is degrading. It is important for me to help correct behavior in a non- damaging approach that will preserve my client's self-esteem, and effective in making necessary changes in their life.
(267) 297-3084
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Maxine Field, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I work with children of all ages to do assessment, consultation and therapy. A good deal of my professional time is devoted to psychological evaluation of children, adolescents and young adults with learning, behavioral and emotional issues. I use individually administered instruments, together with history, observations and input from parents and teachers, to clarify learning issues, formulate diagnoses and develop educational strategies and recommendations, including accommodations for standardized testing. I also do less formal consultation with parents around school placement and specific problems.
(215) 486-3719
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Dana P Reinhold, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“If you are navigating a difficult transition in your life, I can help you find clarity and develop your resilience. A change in view can change everything. With many years of experience, I have helped people from many backgrounds deal with difficult life challenges, mental illness, personality disorders, addictions, and trauma. Drawing on several therapeutic approaches to work most effectively with each client, I use cognitive behavior therapy as well as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy to help people overcome anxiety and the impact of past traumatic experiences, I offer Mindfulness groups, as well as incorporating Mindfulness concepts and practices into individual therapy.
(215) 543-7687
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Marian Droba, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“Training in psychodynamic therapy, cognitive therapy, psychopharmacology,Ericksonian hypnosis, psychoanalysis and mindfulness informs my work. Fellowships in Neuropsychopharmacology ( University of Pennsylvania), Addictive Disorders ( NIMH sponsored), Certification with National Yoga Alliance, give me a strong understanding of brain/ behavior/social/genetic/environmental/spiritual and dietary influences on mental health and wellness. Treating the person who has the illness not the illness the person has.
(215) 995-5161
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Gabriella Serruya-Green, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I have extensive experience, professional and otherwise, working with children ages 2-15. I have found that children’s symptoms are a form of communication. Children typically cannot express their needs and conflicts outright due to their cognitive and emotional immaturity and/or demands placed on them by their environment. My job is to help the child, the family, and relevant others understand what the child is trying to tell us, why the child is expressing him or herself in a particular way, and what we can do together to address the "message" the child is sending.
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
Lisa Simon, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“Lisa is a Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in therapy for all Eating Disorders including ; Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa and Binge Eating Disorder. Lisa has counseled individuals in the most intense hospital inpatient and outpatient settings and helped them accomplish recovery free from the addiction of food. Lisa also has experience working with co-occuring drug and alcohol addictions and mental health and mental illness, including anxiety and depression. Lisa offers individual, family and group counseling to address specific needs of each client.
(215) 995-3010
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Ana M Hagstrand, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Welcome to my profile. I have worked with individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, stress, relationship problems, developmental challenges, traumatic experiences, and other significant stressors. I believe that positive change is facilitated by a safe and nonjudgmental environment where you feel comfortable to explore feelings and seek an understanding of what is preventing you from living the life you want. My goal is to create this environment and work collaboratively with you to achieve personal growth.
(215) 688-5760
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19110
Jennifer Houk, Counselor  in Philadelphia
““The truth will set you free”... I became a therapist because I believe that through relationship, listening, and talking, a tremendous amount of healing can take place in a person's life. I believe in people and the potential for change and growth in their lives. I see therapy as a partnership in facilitating that change. I help people to free themselves from various things that hold them down, guilt, anger, shame, addictions, anxiety... I attempt to help people establish a more solid foundation of self worth, balance, love and flexibility to be able to negotiate the world, their relationships and themselves more successfully.
(215) 688-5781
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
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