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Psychoanalytic Therapists in Philadelphia

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.
Psychoanalytic
(267) 871-9970
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
Bianca Previdi, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“I offer comprehensive psychiatric treatment for a variety of mental health concerns, and seek to provide an individualized approach through therapy and/ or medications. I believe we learn ways of thinking, feeling and behaving at an early age, and often repeat these patterns in our adult life even when they no longer are in our best interests. This may lead to symptoms such as anxiety or depression. Often, we are unaware of these patterns, feeling only the discomfort they produce.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 977-4352
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Brandi J Stewart, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I have ample experience working with Children and adolescents with multiple psychological and behavioral issues; including ADHD, ODD, OCD, conduct problems, Autistic spectrum disorders, depression, and sexual abuse (victimization and perpetration). Alongside, I work extensively with couples and families encountering numerous life difficulties. Furthermore, my experience reaches to adults dealing with life transition, depression, anxiety, and personality difficulties that inhibit life happiness and fullfillment. I am dedicated to my clientele and above all their functionality and happiness. My day-to-day moto is: "laugh love and live" and I strive to help my clients do just this!
Psychoanalytic
(267) 348-4210
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19130
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
Ilene M Dyller, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I am an experienced psychologist with offices in Center City and Haverford. I work with people with a broad range of problems including anxiety, depression, sexual concerns, eating disorders, and difficulties with work, school, or relationships. I listen carefully and respectfully and try to help my clients learn to listen to themselves in new ways, understand themselves more fully, and find new solutions to old conflicts and problems. I view symptoms as the mind's way of trying to express something the person doesn't yet understand, and I help people uncover the meanings behind their symptoms.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 583-3240
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
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
Ivy J Felder  in Philadelphia
“As a Therapist that practice Modern Psychoanalysis, I play a risky role in my client's life. I have the potential to become another fearful problematic relationship, which are in most cases the repetitive maladaptive pattern of functioning that causes clients to find themselves in tuff situations. Most clients are used to being confronted by peers in a way that causes guilt and shame which is degrading. It is important for me to help correct behavior in a non- damaging approach that will preserve my client's self-esteem, and effective in making necessary changes in their life.
Psychoanalytic
(267) 297-3084
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Christopher Deussing, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“For over 15 years, I have treated individuals & families struggling with mood difficulties, psychotic disorders, trauma, grief / loss, relationship problems, & addiction. I am proficient in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) & Modern Psychoanalysis. I serve as a clinician on Burning Man's Crisis Intervention Team (CIT). I have also functioned as a field instructor for the University of Pennsylvania's School of Social Work & as a member of Belmont Center's DBT Team.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 478-6815
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Tina Di Santo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Psychotherapy can help us gain understanding into ourselves, our histories, our patterns, and our relationships. It is also a tool that can increase clarity and direction so that we can move more confidently in the world. I believe that much of "who we are" is connected to how we think about ourselves and others. To this end, I generally aim to do two things in my therapist role: Think about how we have come to think/act the way that we do, AND, create a space within ourselves to begin to exercise new and (usually) different ways to think/act.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 995-0032
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Amanda Lenox  in Philadelphia
“We all have patterns that serve a purpose and ones that no longer continue to serve. Coming to understand which ones we have outgrown and what patterns we would like to replace them with is a common concern. Over time, I attempt to help each individual define their own ideas about these patterns and help the person to gain access to the largest range of possible choices in order to proceed in the most desirable way for them.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 392-6310
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
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
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
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
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
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
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
Lucinda Mitchell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, NCPcyA, LPC
“My practice is built on trust. I help people learn to trust themselves and develop more effective ways to relate to others. Teaching reliable communication skills as well as helping people work through deeper problems is very rewarding to me. When clients bring in their unique life difficulties, my goal is to help them to understand and resolve the obstacles that are blocking their progress. During the course of therapy many areas of life get better, communication between partners improves and symptoms of anxiety and depression disappear. Individuals as well as couples benefit from the long or short-term treatment they receive under my care.
Psychoanalytic
(267) 714-8327
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
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
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

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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.

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