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Psychoanalytic Therapists in Philadelphia

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
Laure E. Biron, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW, MSS, MLSP, MFA
“I take a creative, nonjudgmental and interactive approach to therapy. Together we can recognize and affirm your strengths and potential as we explore your growing edges. I work with individuals who seek therapy to uncover their capacity to move beyond disruptive patterns. We will work collaboratively to unpack feelings, thoughts and stressors and empower you to become more healthy and whole.
Psychoanalytic
(267) 296-8279
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 turnaround is necessary.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 600-2417
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
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
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
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
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
Bill Grey, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Not having the success in relationships that you want? Are there friends or loved ones with whom you have had a falling out? Do you have difficulty with colleagues at work? Learn to attract and keep the relationships you want. Understand how to manage the difficult people in your life. Learn to convert the negative energy directed toward you into a positive healing force. Stop beating yourself up for your mistakes and find new ways to get more out of life. Learn from others by joining a group of similar people who are making progress toward achieving their goals.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 995-1090
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
Sandra Taub, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“My goal is to help people feel better and function better. Most people come for help because they don't feel well emotionally or they have problems in dealing with others. Work stress, family dynamics or even the inability to find a meaningful relationship are common in today's world. Together we explore new options. I belief that individuals go through life making the best decisions they can given the information they have. No one gets up in the morning and thinks, "today I will shoot myself in the foot," yet in hindsight some decisions could have been better.
Psychoanalytic
(267) 753-2372
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Ellen Singer Coleman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CGP
“I am a licensed clinical social worker and psychotherapist specializing in women's adult development. My passion has always been to support women as they navigate life transitions and I specialize in working with women going through separation or divorce. Regardless of who initiates the separation or divorce or whether children are involved, a marital breakup inevitably creates powerful and often overwhelming emotions. This is a life-altering event that impacts a woman's life in complex ways.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 703-8833
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
Jim Basilio, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“I listen gently, respectfully, and we proceed at a pace dictated by you. I am especially comfortable engaging in of a pastoral nature.
Psychoanalytic
(484) 334-8433
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
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
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
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
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
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

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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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Therapists in Philadelphia have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Philadelphia you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Philadelphia and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Philadelphia or family therapy in Philadelphia.