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Cognitive Behavioral (CBT) Therapists in Philadelphia

Rebecca Livingston, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“I am an art therapist and counselor experienced in working with a variety of concerns, issues, and diagnoses through a client-centered and creative approach. I believe that each person is unique and tailor my approach to their individual needs and goals. I approach art therapy and counseling with empathy and believe that each person has innate strengths that can be fostered in order to lead to growth and self-awareness.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(610) 440-3696 x707
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Jack Cottom, Counselor  in Philadelphia
Counselor, MS
“Jack has the unique ability to identify with a variety of individuals by using a humanistic approach to counseling. While performing counseling services for various mental health populations, Jack's professional experiences include working with adults, young adults, and adolescents. Jack's skills cover a variety of areas, including family problems, anxiety, depression, adult and childhood trauma, sexuality challenges, identity concerns, and issues with self-esteem. Jack's approach with his clients is person centered; he has a keen sense of awareness which enables him to meet his clients exactly where they are mentally, physically, and spiritually.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(678) 369-9485
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19129
Hilary Katz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I have provided individual, group, couples and family therapy in both school settings as well as private practice settings since the onset of my career. I utilize behavioral management tools, cognitive behavioral therapy, and creative therapies to encourage and teach children as well as adults, how to increase their sense of self and learn how to celebrate their strengths and weaknesses. I feel strongly that children respond best when they are free to explore their feelings creatively as opposed to solely participating in talk therapy. I help clients feel accountable and more importantly, recognize they have the ability to grow.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(267) 861-3685
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147
Mylisa Kesselman, Counselor  in Philadelphia
Counselor, MA, SAC
“It takes courage to recognize and accept when we might need help. Finding the right therapist to help may be even more challenging. My therapeutic philosophy is based on the idea that each of us has the capacity for healing and growth within ourselves. Therapy should provide you with the space to be your true and authentic self, without judgment, allowing you the freedom to realize your capacity to create meaning in your life. We will work together to develop a relationship rooted in safety and trust so that you can make choices and changes at a pace that feels right for you.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(484) 604-2011
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147
Daniel A Schwarz and Associates, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Dr. DANIEL SCHWARZ is a Ph.D. Licensed Psychologist in private practice for over 25 years. He specializes in working with children who have learning challenges, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and other behavioral problems. He provides family therapy, parent training and couples therapy. Dr. Schwarz consults with schools and clients' physicians to help coordinate treatment. He is fluent in Spanish and is unique in his ability to be culturally sensitive to his clients needs. Dr. Schwarz has four experienced providers in his practice. For secure and confidential on-line therapy https://etherapi.com/daniel.schwarz
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(215) 995-1191
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19115
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.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(267) 297-1375
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19130
Meghan DeFino, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“Meghan's style can be described as warm and collaborative. She believes everyone is an expert on themselves and has the innate capacity to care for their bodies intuitively. With disordered eating, the dialogue between the mind and the body has become disrupted and Meghan's goal is to help clients learn to trust themselves and their bodies again. Meghan utilizes humor and helps clients set actionable goals so they can make measurable changes. She is trained as both a psychotherapist and a nutritionist so that she can better treat the psychological and physiological components of disordered eating.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(484) 652-8077
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Susan Matour, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“People contact me when they want to feel less anxious, down, or "stuck" in their lives. Some are paralized by panic and worry; others feel deeply discouraged and doubtful about their futures, and some are facing relationship problems, loss, or are at a crossroads in life. My clients range in age from 22 to 95, so I am familiar with the ways these struggles show themselves througout the lifespan. My approach is warm, collaborative, and shaped to each client's needs. The focus is on what we think, and how we treat our thinking.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(215) 261-7917
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Amy S Langsam, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I am a licensed psychologist that works with children, adolescents, and adults. In particular, I specialize in treating individuals struggling with eating disorders, trauma, addictions, relationship issues, anxiety, and depression. I believe the most important aspect of effective psychotherapy is developing a trusting relationship between the client and therapist. My approach to therapy is collaborative, supportive, and empathetic. I am intensively trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and often use this approach in my clinical practice. Additionally, I utilize cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT), mindfulness, and client-centered interventions that are empirically supported to provide symptom relief.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(267) 579-2486
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19128
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“April is an licensed experienced Couple and Family Therapist who believes in the possibility of change. Change exist from within meaning what you are today does not have to be who you will be for the rest of your life. April enjoys work with blended families who make an effort to come together to do the work to make their family and intimate partner relationship workout and stay together.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(267) 225-2820
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Mary Chen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Philadelphia
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I begin each therapeutic relationship in a spirit of compassionate collaboration and an environment of openness and emotional safety. We'll work -- at the pace that feels right to you -- to determine the areas in which you feel stuck, uncover what's holding you back, and work through the fundamental, sometimes incredibly difficult emotional processes of being human: grieving what may have been lost, negotiating uncertain paths, reinforcing inherent strengths and abilities, and embracing new possibilities. The core of our work together will be the development of your most resilient and grounded sense of self.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(215) 297-4194
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Cristina Aicher, Psychological Associate  in Philadelphia
Psychological Associate
“My speciality is working with individuals experiencing issues with panic, phobias, anxiety, depression, over-eating, grief and trauma. My approach is to first identify coping strategies to deal with the current stress and emotional strain by focusing on strengths and existing coping mechanisms. Together, we sort out the underlying problems and identify more effective coping strategies to deal with every day stressors and overwhelming emotional reactions to current and past trauma. I think the relationship between therapist and client is really important for growth and change; and do my best to provide a warm, natural, humorous and relaxed atmosphere.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(215) 645-4299
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
The Renfrew Center of Philadelphia, Treatment Facility  in Philadelphia
“The Renfrew Center has been a pioneer in the treatment of eating disorders since 1985. As the nation's first residential eating disorder facility, with locations in California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Texas, Renfrew has helped more than 65,000 women with eating disorders and other behavioral health issues and trained more than 25,000 professionals. Renfrew provides women suffering from anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, eating disorder not otherwise specified (EDNOS) and related mental health problems, with the tools they need to succeed-in recovery and in life. Offering a warm, nurturing environment, Renfrew emphasizes a respect for the unique psychology of women, the importance of a collaborative therapeutic relationship, and the belief that every woman needs to actively participate in her own growth and recovery.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(866) 858-2876
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19128
Jacob C Neff, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSS
“In my work with adolescents, young adults and their parents, I am committed to providing individuals with the tools to realize their potential and separate themselves from the substances, behaviors and attitudes hindering their development and well-being. I provide a collaborative, respectful and empathic therapeutic context for addressing the personal issues and challenges that interfere with healthy functioning and a sense of personal competence. Using a strength-based approach, I specialize in helping young people develop the self-awareness and coping tools necessary for navigating a confusing and complicated time in their lives.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(610) 295-5584
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Elizabeth Byrne, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“I strive to create a collaborative relationship where you will experience trust, caring and guidance as you work to reach your goals. My clients describe me as an invested therapist who remembers even the small details and plays an active role in helping to facilitate change based on your needs in our work together. My areas of specialty center on life's transitions and the internal and external communication that affects positive change. The transitions I work best with include starting or ending intimate relationships, assisting couples in regaining their connection, grief and loss and helping people to quit smoking.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(267) 498-5237
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Genie Bud Ravital, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSS, LCSW
“Change is possible! It thrives in a warm, supportive space that allows personal introspection and gentle encouragement. I have helped people with a wide range of problems, including relationship conflicts, parenting issues, chronic depression, dealing with traumatic events, and substance abuse. I think of myself as a practical kind of therapist. I predominantly use cognitive behavioral therapy to help you change negative thinking patterns and develop healthier choices in taking care of yourself and better communication in your relationships. I can help you identify the problems you want to solve and the specific goals you want to achieve.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(267) 436-7178
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
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.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(267) 388-3020
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19141
Robertson B Tucker, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“Holistic and integrative child, adolescent, and adult psychiatrist, I actively collaborate with individuals suffering from psychiatric problems to help them achieve wellness. I specialize in anxiety disorders, as well as ADHD/ADD in all age groups. I have abundant experience in caring for people with depression and bipolar disorder.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(215) 839-1186
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
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.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(610) 298-1326
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Christian Jordal, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“I am a licensed individual, couple, relational, and sex therapist clinically active since 2004. I work with clients in the evenings and weekends in my convenient, private, center city location. I see clients for brief and extended periods of time; it all depends on your goals. I have worked with adult clients around the following issues: depression; anxiety; communication and relationship difficulties; conflict resolution; trauma and attachment-related injuries; infidelity, and addiction(s). I have worked with parents and children around issues related to diagnoses of ADHD, Aspergers, adjustment issues related to divorce; anxiety; and behavioral modification, among other issues.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(267) 388-4586
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146
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Cognitive Behavioral (CBT) Therapists
Cognitive-behavioral therapy stresses the role of thinking in how we feel and what we do. It is based on the belief that thoughts, rather than people or events, cause our negative feelings. The therapist assists the client in identifying, testing the reality of, and correcting dysfunctional beliefs underlying his or her thinking. The therapist then helps the client modify those thoughts and the behaviors that flow from them. CBT is a structured collaboration between therapist and client and often calls for homework assignments.

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