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Depression Therapists in Philadelphia

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.
Depression
(215) 995-0101
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146
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.
Depression
(215) 995-0203
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Elizabeth Carey Earnshaw, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Philadelphia
“I am so sorry you are struggling and I want to support you in feeling better. Whether you are experiencing anxiety, depression, or are just stuck in a life transition, I can help. Every person's experience is different & I approach each session with genuine interest, openness, & empathy for your particular situation. We will work together to identify unhelpful patterns & beliefs so that you can release emotional pain. Even if you do not feel this inside, the statement you make by attending therapy is "I matter", "I am important" & "I deserve to have and live a life that feels good".
Depression
(267) 526-0521
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Grace King, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Nationally Certified Counselor. I believe that everyone deserves to live a useful and happy life. Therefore I am committed to helping people overcome the obstacles that get in the way of them reaching their full potential and achieving their goals.
Depression
(215) 642-8284
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
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.
Depression
(215) 921-5957
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
Jill Lipschutz Snyder, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSS, LCSW
“I specialize in helping people cope with health conditions including infertility, cancer and chronic illness. I also addresses a range of issues from emotional stress, grief, anxiety, depression, and relational issues.
Depression
(215) 995-4027
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147
“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.
Depression
(215) 995-1196
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Joanne Perilstein, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I enjoy helping people to feel better. Typically, a client comes in because they are unable to find relief from distress. It might be depression, anxiety, stress, or something else. I listen to their story, and together we create a plan to work on educing the discomfort. I use a straight-forward, common sense approach seasoned with empathy and humor. Together, you and I will form a team to work towards relief of discomfort in a safe and healing environment. I will actively work to provide you with the tools to manage or master what was previously problematic.
Depression
(215) 564-4669
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Dennis M Debiak, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“In my practice, I try to help people improve their lives by looking at their relationships. I believe that the ways of relating to others that we learn early in our lives can sometimes prevent us from reaching our potential in current relationships and in creative or occupational endeavors. I help my clients to examine and ultimately change their ways of relating so that they are less depressed and anxious and so that they are more satisfied in their lives.
Depression
(610) 690-2442
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
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.
Depression
(215) 874-6474 x1278
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
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.
Depression
(215) 987-4048
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Carole Nehez, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSS
“I offer psychotherapy and psychoanalysis to individuals and groups in a positive, safe, non-judgmental environment. My goal is to provide the right balance of support and challenge to help each client work, play and love to the fullest of his or her potential. I frequently work with clients who have experienced early wounding as well as those having difficulty with transitions in relationships, aging, loss, or end of life. I enjoy work with artists seeking to free creative energy. I see each client as unique and our work together as an exploration of what is possible, desirable and achievable.
Depression
(215) 703-7941 x434
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
The Ladipo Group, LLC - Learn. Change. Grow., Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
“Sometimes life and relationships can be draining. We're working hard to please everyone and get lost in the shuffle. Whether it's hard times at work, in a friendship, or in a marriage or relationship life can be overwhelming. We work really well with people who appear to 'have it all' but have their own struggles that are private from the world. We understand that everyone needs help sometimes.
Depression
(215) 586-4387
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Joanne Buzzetta, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Of course, the success of my work with patients in psychotherapy depends on my education, training, and life experiences. Most important, however, is the developing relationship between me and the patient--our "therapeutic alliance". People who enter therapy with me feel accepted and understood. As trust develops in our relationship, changes emerge which have been too difficult to make in the past because of fears, anxiety, phobic behavior, or avoidance. In order to encourage change, present, past and moment-to-moment experiences are explored.
Depression
(215) 337-4850
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
“I am a board certified psychiatrist with fellowship training and extensive research experience in the advanced treatment of Mood Disorders. I maintain a faculty position at the University of Pennsylvania and a clinical practice treating veterans at the Philadelphia VA Medical Center. My private practice is very small and focused on aggressively treating mood, anxiety and other psychiatric problems with expert psychopharmacology and problem-focused psychotherapy.
Depression
(267) 642-5218
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Andrew Vogelson, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“We are a small group of experienced Ph.D. psychologists and licensed clinical social workers, who work with clients dealing with various problems. These include depression, anxiety, work stress, relationship issues, divorce and custody, panic disorder, bipolar disorder, ADHD, trauma, child and adolescent issues. We employ different therapy techniques to deal with your problems, focusing specifically on the issues that bring you to therapy. We see clients during the daytime and evenings.
Depression
(215) 717-8781
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Lysa Monique Jenkins-Hayden, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“Health and healing are journeys. I am always honored when clients ask me along on their journey towards recovery from the trauma or devastation robbing them of the ability to trust themselves or others. If you seek improvements, in any area of your life, let's work together to identify your passions and possibilities, map and monitor your progress, and manage the dynamics that keep you stuck. You, too, can heal from trauma, manage difficult relationships, overcome mental health challenges, surmount career set-backs, or improve your self-esteem with insight and guidance.
Depression
(267) 834-0774
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146
Patricia Isakowitz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSS, LCSW
“As a psychotherapist, my role is to create a safe environment where you can feel secure and supported to explore and be inquisitive about yourself. If you feel changes are needed in your life; if you are feeling depressed, fearful, ashamed, angry, stuck or confused, anxious or worried; or if you just can't stop self-defeating behaviors, you can benefit from therapy.
Depression
(215) 600-4830
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19143
Leo J Burke III, PsyD, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I work with young adults, adolescents and children who have emotional and behavioral struggles and help them to free them self from their emotional burdens and change their patterns of behaviors to become healthy and happy individuals.
Depression
(215) 798-0880
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
Lori Goldstein, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“People often decide to see a psychiatrist because they are experiencing psychological or interpersonal pain. Because of this pain, they are unable to feel a sense of well-being or feel connected to themselves or others. Often, emotional pain results from unknown or unrecognized beliefs, conflicts, and patterns. When people are unaware of their feelings, thoughts, and actions, they may stay stuck in maladaptive ways of thinking and relating. Psychotherapy aims to help people develop a deeper awareness of themselves in order to relieve symptoms, enhance well-being, and develop a healthier relationship with the self and others.
Depression
(267) 871-9970
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
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