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Therapists in Pittsburgh

Linda A Martin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, RN
“At the core of my work is awareness of human suffering in ourselves and in the world and dignity and respect of each individual. I understand that personal growth and individuation are continuous throughout life regardless of past circumstances, current struggles or future aspirations. Some problems are readily resolved by meeting once a week. When comprehensive change is desired I use an analytic method (free association, dream work, relational analysis) meeting 2 or more times a week which can free up energy, bring new perspectives, and change unproductive personality patterns.
(412) 219-3705
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Robert M Schwartz, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“Are anxious or depressed feelings interfering with work and relationships? Are marital or sexual problems getting you down? If you are ready to transform your life, I can help. For 35 years, I've successfully used cognitive-dynamic therapy to guide people to practical strategies for solving problems and to explore their deeper conflicts. Life is a dramatic journey and often a caring guide along the way is needed to find your optimal zone. I specialize in anxiety and depression, as well as sexual dysfunctions and addictions. I've recently written a book on a spiritual approach to weight loss.
(412) 223-7929 x102
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Barbara Kline, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Modern life has allowed us to communicate with others in unprecedented new ways, and yet not enough opportunities to be truly heard and understood. My goal in working with you is to create an environment where you are heard and understood, to facilitate your journey in overcoming difficulties, and to enable you to reach your full potential to have a satisfying life.
(412) 888-0420
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Jason L Charney, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“"How can I provide a relationship which this person may use for their own personal growth?" - Carl Rogers
(412) 447-8630
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222
Harlee Anne Abromson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“I am trained and dedicated to listen carefully and compassionately, assist in problem solving and support you through difficult times with a safe environment and empathic ear. My passion for this profession began years ago because of my own trials and the gifts of wisdom, courage, faith, gratitude and patience that I received from those who helped me. For over twenty years I've enjoyed my work with individuals, couples, families and groups, helping people successfully change, feel good about themselves, let go of painful pasts and overcome the blocks that prevent us from reaching our hopes and dreams.
(724) 338-8253
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15218
“At Summit Psychological Services, we are commited to providing a postive experience while you start or continue your journey to a more healthy, happy you. Whether you are looking for assistance with an immidiate problem or to gain a greater understanding of yourself, we would like to help you on your journey.
(412) 729-3033
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15238
Angela J Hartman, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“I have over 7 years experience providing psychological services in a number of settings including Private Practice, University Counseling Centers, and Community Mental Health. I received my doctorate from Wright State University SOPP. My graduate training emphasized multicultural awareness and this focus has continued through my work to date. I have experience working with diverse populations, including sexual, racial/ethnic, and religious minorities, persons with disabilities, etc. Not only am I experienced and comfortable working with diverse populations, I am very passionate about and greatly enjoy this work. Additionally, I am an LGBTQ-affirmative and sex positive therapist.
(412) 265-3912
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Sandra Jaffe, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“I see clients with anxiety and depression, most often manifested in relationship issues. In many instances these struggles are a function of unresolved difficulties from earlier family origin and/or other previous relationships. My therapy is goal oriented and solution focused. My years of experience and special training have enabled me to be successful in helping my clients enjoy a more fulfilling and productive life
(412) 681-9577
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“I have been in practice for over twenty years and engage the client in acquiring a level of self awareness, identifying strengths and overcoming obstacles that may impede progress. I work with individuals that are experiencing work related stress, also grief counseling. My focus is also on couples counseling, marital and family therapy, as well as, individual counseling.
(412) 275-6860
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15241
Kay Snyder, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW
“Have you been worried about the same issue for a long time or are you carrying a grief too heavy to bear? When life is a struggle and you don't know where to turn; when your relationship is no longer happy and it doesn't feel right; when it is hard putting one foot before the other and carrying on, then it is time to seek help and guidance. Life can be confusing and painful, but it doesn't have to last forever. It can be better and I will help you sort things out and get there.
(724) 484-3925
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Nancy Fair,   in Pittsburgh
“I have been working as a therapist in the trauma field for more than 15 years and believe it is the most rewarding work a therapist can do. My approach to this work comes from an existential/phenomenological perspective, and is informed by feminist and attachment theories. My philosophy is best expressed by the question, "What happened to you?" rather than "What's wrong with you?" My therapeutic stance is one of compassionate interest, and my personal style is to be direct without being abrasive. I am happy to discuss my approach by phone, at no charge, to interested individuals.
(412) 203-4352
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Dolores Guarini, Ph.D., LLC,   in Pittsburgh
“Being compassionate and emotionally present to clients is an essential aspect of my therapy.Through traditional therapeutic approaches and more intuitive, holistic ones, I assist clients to resolve emotional and interpersonal difficulties, to make decisions in life choices, and to increase self awareness as a tool for personal achievement.
(412) 532-1319
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
G & S Jones Counseling Services, LLC, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“"When a person meets someone who changes their perspective, their life is changed"
(412) 357-5772
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Teresa Elaine Blackburn  in Pittsburgh
“"We already have the power inside all of us to heal ourselves; sometimes we just need a guide to seek it out." I assist people with releasing old patterns, habits, and behaviors so that they may have a fresh perspective, experience freedom from the past and get in touch with their true selves. My unique style of therapy addresses but is not limited to: anxiety, anger issues, grief, weight problems, addictions, phobias, self-esteem issues, and LGBTQ issues.
(740) 313-0199
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15205
Jennifer McCaslin, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Pennsylvania and enjoy working with children, adolescents, adults and families. I have 12 years of experience providing therapy addressing behavioral concerns associated with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and other disruptive behaviors, as well as anxiety, depression, and family and relationship issues. I believe strongly in the connection between mental and physical health and will encourage regular exercise, proper nutrition, good sleep habits, practicing spiritual disciplines, and cultivating interests and hobbies as part of improving mental health.
(412) 515-8969
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Jodie L Hnatkovich, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LPC, CRC
“Congratulations on taking the first step towards finding the peace you seek. Therapy is the best gift you can possibly give to yourself. How often do you really reflect on your life, relationships, and behaviors? Together in therapy, we will work towards discovering your ultimate life goals and what motivates your life choices. We will then work towards modifying unwanted behaviors or thoughts (hopelessness, anxiety, lack of motivation, constant arguing) by redirecting and challenging motivators.
(412) 339-1999
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222
Stacey Wettstein, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“My goal is to help clients develop new ways of understanding themselves so they can make the behavior changes they would like to make. In order to accomplish this, I help them to reduce their anxiety, depression and any other factors which may influence their ability to live a happy, healthy and productive life. A good portion of my clients seek help because they cannot develop and maintain healthy relationships. My job is to help them understand why this has not happened and how best to do something about it.
(412) 927-4978
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Scott Leatherbery, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“I perform psychological testing and assessments (only) for learning disorders,ADD/ADHD, executive function deficits, cognitive disabilities, anxiety/depression, substance abuse, disability determinatons, security clearances, dementia determinations, etc. I no longer do on-going therapy for any of these disorders but with the testing results do refer patients on to other professionals for those services.
(412) 228-0144
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15218
Naomi Greenberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I provide dynamic psychotherapy to children, adolescents and adult women. I am particularly interested in the parent/child attachment relationship and it's influence on all aspects of development of self throughout the life cycle. I am also interested in helping clients to navigate past traumas and find a sense of healing in their lives.
(412) 246-8878
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Joshua E Gregson, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“I help adults having difficulties with adjustment, anxiety, depression, interpersonal relationships, and distressing patterns of behavior. If you experience a lot of worry or fear in daily life; if you regularly feel sad, irritable, or unmotivated; if you do not understand why relationships in your life repeatedly unfold in the same unwelcome fashion--these are the kinds of problems I help you address. I help you become more aware of and confront the thoughts, feelings, and meanings that help channel you into your difficulties, and to change some of the ways you relate to these aspects of self.
(412) 387-4133
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217

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