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Aetna Therapists in Philadelphia

Marvin K Lovell, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“Are you feeling down or sad? Have you experienced a recent change in life? Are your emotions so overwhelming that you just have not been happy. Perhaps you are feeling hurt or angry over a past (or current) relationship. Are you are a parent having a difficult time understanding your children or teenagers? Or maybe you are an adolescent having a difficult time with "life as a teenager." Or maybe you just simply want to talk with someone that will be non-judgmental, respectful, and compassionate while letting you talk about anything that may be of concern to you.
Aetna
(215) 874-6474 x1278
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Betty C Rice, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD, SAP
“I have been providing psychotherapy for adults since 1991. I typically see individuals struggling with relational issues whether it be family or significant other and mood disorders (depression/anxiety). I listen and try to understand what a person needs in therapy; problem solving, support, insight into life situations, difficult work situations, or personal growth and understanding. I work closely with the Gay/Lesbian population and do couples counseling.
Aetna
(215) 688-5751
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19110
Emily Abeledo-Adams, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
“Everyone experiences seasons when life can feel overwhelming. In order to adapt to change in a healthy way, we must examine the way we are coping and make the necessary adjustments. Through support and gentle guidance, I use a collaborative approach to help individuals and families understand why they are stuck and how to begin living with greater consciousness and contentment. I specialize in treating individuals who have mood disorders, interpersonal relationship difficulties, family conflicts, and behavioral problems. I have worked in a variety of settings including psychiatric hospitals, outpatient clinics and counseling centers,and school based settings.
Aetna
(215) 921-5957
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
Carol Anne Robinson, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“Are you seeking relief from emotional suffering? Trapped by anxiety or depression? Therapy is a sanctuary and a journey I will take with you to help free you from the pain of depression, anxiety, panic, anger, trauma, cutting, Body Dysmorphic Disorder, and other issues, which prevent you from living life to its fullest. I do individual therapy. Choosing the right therapist is essential. So please call for your free 20 minute consultation. I'm affiliated with Hill Counseling and 5 other therapists, who may be available if I am not. We run an array of groups at HILL COUNSELING.
Aetna
(215) 642-0915
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19125
Susan Kaye-Huntington, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I believe an important part of the therapy process is developing a flexible and collaborative relationship in which the client feels safe to explore, understand, and change relationships and behaviors, so that he or she may grow in a satisfying, creative, and life enhancing way. I have worked as a clinician for over twenty years and maintain a general practice for adults, families and children.
Aetna
(215) 438-4862
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
David K. Prince, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I believe that people want and need to be understood by themselves and by other people. Without this, life and relationships can feel hollow and lonely. At the most difficult times, problems with others, depression and anxiety, unmet goals, and the critical ways you feel about yourself can be too much to bear and feel too hard to change. But change comes with the development of a therapy relationship fostered by careful listening, trust, curiosity, honesty, and taking chances.
Aetna
(215) 995-3250
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Diane S. Hunt, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“If our relationships shape both our experience as well as our biology, then connecting with a skilled therapist is a critical element in your journey towards growth,health and healing.
Aetna
(267) 888-4238
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19130
Richard Brewer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Every conversation makes a difference. The differences may be subtle or they can be life-changing. I work in a direct and warm manner, creating an environment that is dynamic and safe. The therapeutic relationship is a very important one and can provide the basis for navigating through difficult life transitions, improving communication skills, healing from a loss, or exploring possibilities for enhancing one's life.
Aetna
(215) 764-5728
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
David K Prince, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I believe that people want and need to be understood by themselves and by other people. Without this, life and relationships can feel hollow and lonely. At the most difficult times, problems with others, depression and anxiety, unmet goals, and the critical ways you feel about yourself can be too much to bear and feel too hard to change. But change comes with the development of a therapy relationship fostered by careful listening, trust, curiosity, honesty, and taking chances.
Aetna
(215) 995-2937
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
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.
Aetna
(215) 995-1090
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Erica G. Sobel, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
“Counseling is an exploration of our personal lives, and can lead to a discovery of the best version of ourselves. I believe that a therapist should be there as an empathic person who can assist you in understanding why you are currently feeling "stuck", and help you explore your options for a more comfortable life. Typically, when we are in a place where we are emotionally paralyzed, we are feeling powerless. The hope is that utilizing therapy is a way to help you "get your voice back" and feel empowered again.
Aetna
(267) 460-5508
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19110
Harris W Stern, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I have many years experience helping people who have anxiety, depression, addictions, compulsive behavior disorders (food, sex, gambling) and all kinds of relational challenges. I call myself a Wholistic Existential Psychologist, indicating that I work from a Depth Psychology perspective that emphasizes each person's unique life and the interaction of mind, body and spirit in finding balance and personal integration. I believe that a healing relationship is at the core of successful psychotherapy. I also believe that Psychotherapy is a process of completing unfinished business and rewriting negative personal narratives into more positive life stories.
Aetna
(610) 915-8703
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19130
Katherine Michos, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“People decide to start therapy for a variety of reasons - depression and anxiety, ending of a relationship, a major life transition or self discovery, just to name a few. Whatever your personal reasons are to begin therapy, I believe that the process of therapy along with the therapeutic relationship serve as the vehicle to help you reach your goals. Based on your unique needs, we create a therapy treatment plan together. By creating a safe and non-judgmental space, I then work with you in a collaborative manner to help you identify your feelings, thoughts, and behaviors and discover how these three influence each other.
Aetna
(267) 871-9624
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147
Randy A Baird, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“I am a highly experienced and compassionate Board Certified, Licensed Clinical Social Worker. SInce 1989 I have assisted people in making important changes in their life. I understand the process necessary for change and how to support the process in others. Many clients feel powerless to change a situation they feel stuck in. I know how to help you be more successful in your efforts. I am a licensed therapist specializing in clinical work and am trained in multiple treatment techniques and am ready to provide you with a method that is best suited to your needs.
Aetna
(215) 995-4034
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Lilith Rose, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“...and the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom - anais nin. Do these words resonate with you? Are you stuck? In emotional, physical or spiritual pain? Our life experiences can become 'hard-wired' in our body. Hence, we may react from these places - whether tense and constricted or numb and flaccid - bringing emotional, physical and spiritual pain to ourselves and our loved ones. Therapy can help. Are you ready to get unstuck? Blossom and grow? Live and love as you were truly meant? Then let's talk!
Aetna
(215) 874-6117
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19144
“My goal with clients is to evaluate the situation bringing them distress. If we find the problems are ones that recur in your life that seem to interfere with living a full, content life, our work turns to understanding what is causing this disruption. I believe that it is important for each person to explore how to lead a full and satisfying life. I have knowledge of other cultures that helps me to understand problems that occur with immigration and to new cultures. I have an understanding of adult stages of growth and change. This helps in my work with adults experiencing difficulties with aging.
Aetna
(215) 735-4393
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
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
Aetna
(215) 995-1191
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19115
Seeds of Hope Eating Disorder Program, Treatment Facility  in Philadelphia
“Seeds of Hope is an Intensive Outpatient Program specializing in the treatment of eating disorders. It offers support and direction for individuals in crisis or struggling to function on a regular basis. It is often an alternative to inpatient hospitalization or can be a transition for individuals being discharge from an inpatient stay. We treat clients in the least restrictive environment which allows many to maintain their daily life and routine. Our staff consists of Licensed Professional Counselors and Nutritionists and Dietitians who specialize in the treatment of eating disorders. Clients are supported three times a week by using a multimodal approach consisting of Process Group Therapy, Expressive Art Therapy and Educational Nutrition Therapy. These groups reduce isolation and secrecy, help identify and express feelings, and develop more effective ways of coping. A therapeutic meal is included which our clients make at home and eat together with our staff. Our group maintains a small group census to ensure optimum therapeutic support.
Aetna
(484) 821-3292
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Perri Shaw Borish, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSS, LCSW, BCD
“I am a compassionate Board Certified, Licensed Clinical Social Worker who uses a psychodynamic approach to create a warm and nurturing environment for my clients. I believe in the therapeutic process and believe that part of that process is developing a relationship with my clients whereby the clients feel safe enough to explore their feelings and behaviors so that change and growth may occur. Knowing this takes a lot of courage, I believe my greatest strength is to help people feel cared for and comfortable. My approach is tailored according to where each client is in their process.
Aetna
(267) 343-9124
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Michael Tyler Ramos, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
“My ideal client is one who is open to change and is willing to delve into their inner most realities in hopes of developing a plan that is individually designed to assist the client in obtaining a sense of hope for the future. My previous work has focused around the areas of depression, anxiety, inter-and-intra personal relationships, addiction, grief, trauma, sexual identity-related and LGBTQ-related issues. My services are also available to Spanish-speaking clients.
Aetna
(267) 592-3639
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
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