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Psychoanalytic Therapists in Philadelphia

Frances G Martin, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I believe in the Talking Cure. Life can be fraught with disappointments, losses, stressors and challenges that feel overwhelming and discouraging. Finding words to describe thoughts, feelings, past and present experiences, in presence of a compassionate and non-judgmental other, affords profound and lasting relief from the emotional discomfort that interferes with the ability to live the life one desires. Undigested emotional pain from the past can interfere with ones ability to live a full and satisfying life in the present. Identifying those emotions whose roots are in the past, frees us to live more fully in the here and now.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 874-5614
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Robin Risler, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“If you're feeling stuck, less joyful, struggling to cope with life's demands, or experiencing changes, which affect the quality of your life, therapy may be helpful. Given a safe, respective and collaborative relationship, therapy offers the opportunity to become curious about your life, develop deeper self-understanding, mourn inevitable losses, develop strengths to achieve your goals, and ultimately live a happier life. I feel privileged to be with you on this journey, to listen deeply to your concerns, your yearnings, and help you identify the obstacles that prevent you from feeling vibrant and alive.
Psychoanalytic
(484) 494-2820
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Matthew Whitehead, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I believe that our most fundamental struggles are related to difficulties in our relationships. That's why I think collaboration in therapy is important. I work with clients to help them use their curiosity, talents, and strengths to resolve confusion and achieve understanding and relief. My style is non-judging and genuine so clients feel comfortable talking about parts of their life that are stressful, frustrating, and even painful. In working together, I hope to help clients achieve a better sense of meaning in their lives and satisfaction in their relationships, so that anxiety, depression, shame and guilt ease away.
Psychoanalytic
(484) 546-4359
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
George Bernato, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“All people have the innate potential to live a meaningful and satisfying life. Problems in life are usually related to an inner conflict. The conflict can be resolved through self-knowledge. Insight about yourself lessens suffering because ignorance of yourself is diminished. When you know yourself, you will be more comfortable, people will know you as someone authentic. That makes a difference in how you experience your life and interact with people and the events of life. Interpersonal conflict and emotional suffering are diminished, thereby increasing the quality of your life.
Psychoanalytic
(267) 403-4233
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106
Roberta C Dilworth, Counselor  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, RN, MSN, MA, LPC, PaCSP
“Asking for help is difficult. It often involves a struggle between strongly held values about being independent problem solvers and that nagging sense that "this problem” isn’t getting solved. If you are in the midst of that struggle, it may help to know that on the other end of the phone you will find an experienced professional psychotherapist; and a safe, caring, judgment free environment. I offer the potential to restore your ability to fully work, love and play.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 660-4377 x854
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Michael Ascher, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“I use an integrative approach to help patients in their search for overall health, growth, fulfilling relationships, and life-satisfaction. I am committed to providing the highest level of patient care, while maintaining a respectful, nonjudgmental, and safe therapeutic space. As a patient, you will receive individualized care, including talk therapy and medication management.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 395-9078
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Patricia Rice, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Whether you need a bit of extra support or a different perspective, or you are ready to dive in and work on deeper or more chronic issues, we can collaborate in helping you move forward. Together we can begin managing your distress/symptoms in the short-term so that more enduring solutions and changes can occur over time. Our work can help you to understand the sources of your distress in ways that will allow you to think more clearly, feel more deeply, and manage your life more effectively.
Psychoanalytic
(267) 888-5215
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Peg Pullan  in Philadelphia
“Looking for a way to move forward in your life? Are you feeling stuck? Depressed? Struggling with self-esteem, depression, relationship, job or family issues? Let's figure it out together. I work with individuals, couples and families who are interested in identifying and clearing roadblocks to a happier and healthier future. I provide a compassionate and safe environment to explore the everyday emotions that can sometimes feel overwhelming, including anger, grief, fear and hope. I work with individuals, couples and families from every background. Email or call for a Free Consultation.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 839-3126
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19111
Stephen Becker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW
“I see my job as a therapist as providing a particular kind of space. A space that helps people to feel comfortable, and one that helps people to talk. It is through this talking that healing and transformation become possible. I believe that human beings have a natural tendency to move towards growth, maturity, and happiness. Sometimes, however, things happen in life that trip us up. Things get in our way. These obstacles can be diminished, weakened, and removed through the therapeutic process. That's what therapy is; the removal of what stands in the way of our movement towards our goals, desires, and dreams.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 600-2182
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Sarah Inver Richardson, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“In my perspective, therapy is a joint venture. Together we will build a shared space to explore your story. In a safe and nonjudgmental environment, we can gain increased understanding of your history, feelings and dynamics in relationships. This awareness can help create changes in your current situation. My process involves first getting to know you and taking a flexible therapeutic approach to best fit your individual personality. As we construct a secure relationship in therapy, I often find that my clients become more comfortable in other close relationships as well.
Psychoanalytic
(267) 723-7568
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106
Hiromi Gerety, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“Are you struggling in making it through each day? Do you feel confused, overwhelmed, stressed, worthless, lonely, empty, lost, anxious, or afraid? I will listen and work with you to solve your issues and achieve your goals. I will help you to go through your pain, life and relational issues, mental and/or physical health issues, or other overwhelming troubles and brokenness. I will work with you to feel connected to yourself again and to the world around you. You may find joy and hope again. I will walk with you in your journey to facilitate your healing and growth.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 392-6986
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19151
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.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 798-0921
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Miriam Rosario, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“Happiness, confidence and peace of mind require a commitment to self-reflection. Powerful feelings and personal struggles present obstacles. Being sensitive to life's complexities, I provide a safe environment to express feelings at your pace. During our time together we focus on the issues that are of importance to you and help strengthen your ability to manage the demands of life.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 983-2111
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Douglas N Rorapaugh, Counselor  in Philadelphia
Counselor, MDiv, MS
“I work with a wide diversity of people and their unique concerns, issues and problems. Gay, lesbian, transgender, bisexual people, men, women and teens with questions and concerns about their sexuality or gender identity, people facing religious and spiritual issues, and performing and creative artists form the core of my practice. Common questions and issues include: relationships, career exploration and transitions, religious vocation and discernment, healing from church / religious mistreatment and trauma, personal spiritual growth, performance / creative blocks and breakthroughs, performance anxiety, and achieving happiness and balance in life.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 486-8313
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
Stephanie A. Heck, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“We all have some degree of stress, sadness, anger, or worry in our lives. However, when these feelings become overwhelming, they can interfere with daily life, work, relationships, and physical health. As a licensed psychologist and a graduate of Penn State (a top-10 doctoral program in clinical psychology), I have the expertise to help you cope with life's challenges, to know yourself more deeply, and to make desired changes in your life. I offer therapy for adults with problems related to mood, anxiety, relationships, work, and life transitions. I also offer specialty services for new/experienced parents.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 991-5848
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Franklin Maleson, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“I regard empathy, responsiveness, and respect for the patient as core therapeutic values. While I tailor treatment to the individual, as a psychoanalyst I place special importance on gaining insight about unconscious contributors to current difficulties. I also appreciate the importance of clarifying and resolving here-and-now problems. When appropriate I prescribe medications or work short-term. My style is collaborative rather than authoritarian. For many years I have taught psychotherapy and psychoanalysis to trainees in these fields. I also teach professional ethics. I have published in the major journals in my field and am a training and supervising psychoanalyst.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 821-9941
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
Kimberly A. Pakech, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSS, LCSW, LCADC
“Making the decision to seek professional support is truly a personal experience. It's important to find a therapist that you believe can meet your needs. Having worked in the field of substance abuse and mental health for over 16 years I understand the principles of honesty and humility in the healing and recovery process. I am also aware of how difficult it can be to adapt to a new way of living and being. If you are tired of hurting and feeling alone with your fears I am prepared to support you in resolving the resistance to embracing your opportunity at full recovery.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 642-0910 x433
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Lawrence D. Blum, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“If you had a problem with your heart, you'd consult a cardiologist. For problems with your emotional heart, you should also consult an expert: a psychoanalyst, a mental health professional with extra training to help people understand what their problems are really about, especially problems that don't respond to simple solutions and advice. For the most effective treatment, kindness and understanding are essential, and so is extensive knowledge of human psychology, culture, and biology. Confidentiality and respect for personal experience, autonomy, and potential for change and growth are equally important.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 995-1203
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Suzanne Daly, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a relationally oriented psychotherapist specializing in the treatment of problems relating to food, eating & the body. Of utmost importance to me is creating a space that is safe and comfortable for patients to share their lives with me in a real and meaningful way. My knowledge base, skill, and use of self will enlighten you to develop a deeper understanding of your relationship to food and how it functions in your life. You will learn how to break unhealthy patterns and move beyond constant thoughts of food and weight in order to live a more satisfying life.
Psychoanalytic
(347) 748-1627
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.
Psychoanalytic
(267) 388-3020
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19141

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Psychoanalytic Therapists
Psychoanalysis is an in-depth form of therapy. The client learns what conscious and unconscious wishes drive their patterns of thinking and behavior on the theory that, by making the unconscious conscious, they will make more educated choices over how they think and act.

If you're looking for psychoanalysis in Philadelphia or for Philadelphia psychoanalysis these professionals provide psychoanalytic therapy, psychoanalytic psychotherapy, psychoanalytic group therapy in Philadelphia. They include Philadelphia Psychoanalysts, Psychoanalytic therapists, Psychoanalytic psychologists, psychotherapists in Philadelphia and Psychoanalytic counselors.

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