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Psychoanalytic Therapists in Philadelphia

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
Cécile Gouffrant McKenna Psychoanalyst,   in Philadelphia
“Do you feel anxious, lonely, like your life is upside down, like the world does not make sense, or cornered? Do you doubt your choices? Do you wish to find new ways and new answers? Your new path can start here and now! Psychoanalytic therapy means that you are not alone anymore in facing challenges, mending relationships, building strength, and creating the future you deserve. Whether you need help with your career, your romantic partner, your relationships, parenting, or aging parents, Please do not hesitate: call or text at 215-352-5975 or email.
Psychoanalytic
(267) 463-4730
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146
Michael J Canino, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“Adjustments can often be challenging. Whether it may be a shift in career, end to a relationship, or change in phase of life, these transitions can frequently disrupt our usual patterns of thinking and behavior. My professional experience has found that having an interested, empathetic, and active listener as a psychotherapist can be extremely beneficial in assisting not only with these difficult times, but also with unforeseen situations bound to occur in the future.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 874-4485
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Lisa M Correale, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD, NCPsyA
“If you are looking for help with a personal or relationship problem you have found a therapist who is adept at working with a wide range of emotional problems and can help you resolve your issues with lasting results.
Psychoanalytic
(267) 343-9106
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Kristina Furia, Counselor  in Philadelphia
Counselor, MS
“Did you know that more than 1 in 4 adults seeks counseling at some point in their lives? It is a practical starting point to the healing of old wounds, heightened understanding of the self, and creation of positive change. In order to do these things I believe that it is necessary to take a holistic approach. That is to say, together we will examine all aspects of your life: relationships, career, social, emotional (to name a few), to identify areas where healing, improvement, or perhaps a complete overhaul is necessary.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 600-2417
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Sherri Edelman, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“I offer a powerful educational method and a partnership with clients for optimum life experience. Participation in counseling or coaching with Triune Wellness founder Sherri Edelman empowers individuals to make the necessary shift in self awareness that can lead to actions and external changes in relationship to self and others--resulting in greater satisfaction and abundance in all areas of life. With a dynamic and results-driven orientation, the work will facilitate a powerful transformation; once the impediments to desired success are identified, strategies and tools are then developed that are easy to understand and apply.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 660-5566
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147
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
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.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 688-5781
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Daniel Cantor  in Philadelphia
“The challenges of life often call for a moment of reflection. Talking with someone who knows how to listen skillfully can be the first step to gaining clarity and inner freedom.
Psychoanalytic
(267) 592-3978 x415
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Carrie Askin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you have difficulty connecting to your partner or maintaining long-term, meaningful friendships? Are you often lonely and wishing for connection? Do you want to eliminate drama in your relationships? Therapy can help you to create more meaningful relationships with yourself and with others. In therapy, we work to develop a clarity about your needs and desires and to build the skills you need to authentically engage with others, to develop comfort with conflict and to learn to stay connected with ourselves and others even as we express our differences clearly.
Psychoanalytic
(267) 613-4305
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Janet Etzi, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Whether you want to see a therapist for depression, anxiety, couple's work or greater self-understanding, every individual has his or her own unique experience. Our work together involves understanding what those areas are for you, and then discovering the best, most adaptive ways of managing them. Psychotherapy is a very organic process and involves the emotions of the participants. The important issues emerge during the process of therapy and the solutions are constructed as those issues emerge.
Psychoanalytic
(267) 245-6355
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
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
Harvey Schwartz, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“I am a physician with 30 years of experience working with patients and teaching trainees at Jefferson Medical College. I offer individuals and couples the opportunity to engage in depth and thorough psychotherapy (with or without medication) to explore the hidden aspects of their fears, inhibitions and hopes in a secure and confidential emotional environment.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 874-6091
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106
Dan Livney, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“How does the "talking cure" help? The short answer is: we don't know. We do know that years of research has shown that it does, and we believe that it is not just in talking, but perhaps more importantly, it is in listening that change occurs. In therapy we not only experience being listened to, but we also learn to listen to ourselves. I will work with you as you improve your ability to listen to yourself, to draw on resources you may not have known you had, and to make the changes that need to be made.
Psychoanalytic
(484) 577-2944
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
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. I have experience with treating a variety of health conditions, such as mood and anxiety difficulties, addictions, adult attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, relationship issues, adult learning difficulties, grief, and trauma.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 395-9078
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
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
Jim Basilio, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“I listen gently, respectfully, and we proceed at a pace dictated by you. I am especially comfortable engaging in pastoral discussions.
Psychoanalytic
(484) 334-8433
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Ronnie Landau, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“I am a psychotherapist and Jungian psychoanalyst in private practice for over 30 years. I work with adults who are struggling with any of the following issues; life transitions, depression, anxiety, addictions, trauma and or losses. My orientation is to view psychological problems as an opportunity to further one's self knowledge, to master obstacles, to grow and to heal wounds. The psychotherapeutic journey is a life work, not a quick fix!
Psychoanalytic
(215) 642-0660
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147
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.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 839-3126
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19111
Ellen J Siegel, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“It's not easy to find the right psychotherapist. You want someone who is empathic while remaining professional, intuitive as well as smart, compassionate without sacrificing competence, warm but able to remain clear and focused. Someone you "click" with, someone you can trust and have confidence in, someone who will be your ally in figuring out the puzzle that is you. With over 30 years' experience as a licensed Clinical Psychologist in Center City Philadelphia, I may be the psychotherapist you seek. I specialize in treating individual adults or couples with relationship issues, depression, anxiety, or life transitions.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 995-0037
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103

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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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