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Depression Therapists in Philadelphia

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.
Depression
(610) 298-1326
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Emily Fuentes Dumas, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I have a love and passion for helping a diverse group of individuals including: children, adolescents, parents, couples, and families of all backgrounds. My vast experience in the field incorporates working with issues related to eating disorders, trauma, depression, and anxiety. I use a collaborative and integrative approach to tailor working with those experiencing behavioral, emotional, and/or situational difficulties. Clients have described me as dedicated, empathetic, positive, and understanding while also challenging and able to assist in guiding them through their difficulties to change.
Depression
(267) 297-1375
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19130
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
Jill Lipschutz Snyder, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSS, LCSW
“Loss and life transitions offer opportunities for growth and emotional healing. I specialize in helping people cope with anxiety, depression, grief and loss. Managing health conditions including cancer, infertility and chronic illness are among my areas of specialization. I also address a broader range of issues such as couple and family relationships, and parenting.
Depression
(215) 995-4027
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147
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.
Depression
(215) 987-4560
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
“'Rewrite your past and your coping strategies will flourish'. No matter how strange or painful our life or relationships are, we can understand them to minimize their power to damage us today and tomorrow. We should not deny tragedy when it visits us. And yet, we can re-conceive of most situations to make them more manageable. This is the most gratifying work we can do as people. I am a thoroughly experienced diagnostician who has trained in all popular theories of human development, with an especially strong background in women's issues. I have treated patients from highly diverse backgrounds.
Depression
(215) 260-2367
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
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.
Depression
(215) 995-5161
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
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
Berth Bartolin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LPC
“Life is a process which will continue to present many challenges and enjoyable events. We will work together to build your positive coping skills while focusing on your confidence and overall wellness. I am here to help you discover your identity and strengths. You will grow to continue to set your place in the community.
Depression
(267) 433-0065
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
“I have been a licensed professional counselor for 32 years in Philadelphia, PA. My practice specialties are mood disorders and addictions. I am also a certified addictions counselor. I try to develop a course of therapy that is individual to each person I work with as we all need different approaches to help us heal. I work with psychiatrists who are experts in psychotropic medications to help with mood disorders and I am excellent at teaching how to live with a mood disorder as well as how to heal and live with addiction.
Depression
(267) 343-9011
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19109
David K Prince, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I believe that people want and need to be understood by themselves and by other people. Without this, life and relationships can feel hollow and lonely. At the most difficult times, problems with others, depression and anxiety, unmet goals, and the critical ways you feel about yourself can be too much to bear and feel too hard to change. But change comes with the development of a therapy relationship fostered by careful listening, trust, curiosity, honesty, and taking chances.
Depression
(215) 995-2937
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Jill A Scott, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“While I consider myself to be a versatile therapist, much of my work is focused on the needs of adolescents and young adults experiencing symptoms of depression and anxiety as well as individuals experiencing or considering life transitions. I have received post-graduate training in treating children, adults and families experiencing bereavement and individuals diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. My approach is best described as client-centered, but I utilize the theories and strategies of cognitive behavioral therapy, family systems therapy and narrative therapy in my work.
Depression
(215) 688-5716
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146
Margaret Hogan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSS, LCSW
“Do you want to develop more meaningful connections with the people in your life? Have you been struggling with feelings of anxiety or depression? Are you finding it difficult to cope with a major life transition? I believe that change happens as we become more in touch with and accepting about who we are. My approach to therapy is to provide you with support that is compassionate and effective. I will work collaboratively with you drawing from the inner resources you already have for growth, change and healing. Together we will work on living your fullest and most rewarding life.
Depression
(215) 995-4145
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.
Depression
(215) 987-4048
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Natalie Helen Hoffmann, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“If you are a either an Art Therapist currently working towards your ATR (Registered Art Therapist) certification, or if you are a masters level clinician working towards your License in Professional Counseling, I offer affordable supervision that you may be interested in! I am an Art Therapist and Licensed Professional Counselor with a diverse range of clinical experience.
Depression
(267) 415-8444
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147
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
Emily Abeledo-Adams, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
“Everyone experiences seasons when life can feel overwhelming. In order to adapt to change in a healthy way, we must examine the way we are coping and make the necessary adjustments. Through support and gentle guidance, I use a collaborative approach to help individuals and families understand why they are stuck and how to begin living with greater consciousness and contentment. I specialize in treating individuals who have mood disorders, interpersonal relationship difficulties, family conflicts, and behavioral problems. I have worked in a variety of settings including psychiatric hospitals, outpatient clinics and counseling centers,and school based settings.
Depression
(215) 921-5957
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
Carmen Moedano, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW
“Carmen is a licensed social worker. She received her Master's degree from the University of Pennsylvania and her bachelor's degree from Brown University. Carmen is trained in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Psychodynamic Therapy, and trauma focused care. She has experience working in a hospital setting with children, adults, and families. Additionally, Carmen has worked as an adult therapist at a community mental health center and has provided individual/group psychotherapy for undergraduate and graduate students at two university counseling centers.
Depression
(215) 876-0065 x7113
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Marie V Turco, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CCDP-D
“I utilize a strengths based, solution-focused therapy, working effectively and colloboratively to reach goals set by the client. I have extensive experience treating mood disorders, including depression and anxiety disorders. I specialize in LGBTQ issues, chronic illness, veterans and co-occurring substance abuse and psychiatric issues. My past work history has included clinical work with both adolescents and adults and I welcome both to my practice.
Depression
(207) 618-5208
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Valerie Saxton, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I believe that every individual has the wisdom to know how to heal themselves and the courage to face life's challenges and grow from them. It is my job, as a therapist, to help you connect with this innate wisdom and courage. In therapy, I work to create a space where you can feel safe, understood, and cared for. Within this space, we will explore your current difficulties and challenges. We will address these challenges in ways that fit you and that build upon your unique strengths and personality.
Depression
(267) 915-4068
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147
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