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Therapists in Pittsburgh

Melissa Oliver, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I am a licensed professional counselor who provides therapy to individuals ages 15 and older. I provide a safe and non-judgmental environment for my clients. I see therapy as a journey, and it is important to have the proper therapist to guide you through challenges in life. In session you can expect to obtain coping skills, tools and resources to help you with your presenting problem. My goal is to help clients achieve happiness and improve their lives. I specialize in marital/couples counseling, addictions, substance abuse, families struggling with addiction, grief, depression, anxiety and trauma.
(412) 253-4568
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15239
Laura Tanczos, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, LSW
“I am licensed to provide therapy for adolescents (16+) and adults who are experiencing a variety of issues such as anxiety, depression, stress, self esteem and relationship problems.
(412) 228-0721
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15235
Georgeanne Donovan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LSW, AASECT
“I have a psychotherapy practice dealing with anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder. I do individual, marital, and couples therapy. As a graduate of Masters and Johnson Institute, and ASSECT certified, I specialize in treating sexual dysfunction and sexual trauma issues. In general, the focus of my practice, is on a reduction in symptoms; personal growth, and improving overall quality of life. Evening hours are available.
(412) 888-0416
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15243
Sarah Maffei, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Self-exploration can be an exciting, yet overwhelming experience, so fortunately you don't have to go through the process alone. I am passionate about creating a safe, comfortable, and relaxing environment - one in which you can be open to exploring those parts of yourself, your relationships, and your life that you no longer find satisfying. I believe strongly in developing a collaborative relationship with you. I hope you can see the choices you have in making decisions about change you would like to experience. If you are unsure of where to begin, I can assist you in that process.
(412) 489-0176 x15
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15232
“I have been exploring the healing arts,psychology,spirituality,the mind-body connection, and personal growth both perfessionally and personally for the past 25 years. My personal healing journey has supported and guided my heart's desire to be a facilitator in guiding others home to their selves. I maintain a private practice as psychotherapist and Certified Rubenfeld Synergist in Pittsburgh,Pa. My practice is electic, dynamic and experiential. It allows me to explore the depths of my being while facilitating others to do the same. I am a deiciated therapist, dedicated to my growth and the growth of my clients.
(412) 543-8004 x1
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Lytle Behavioral Health, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Welcome to Lytle Behavioral Health. We are a group of caring professionals providing individual, couples, and family therapy for children, adolescents, and adults. Lytle counselors provide a warm and respectful atmosphere in which to help clients navigate whatever life challenges are being faced.
(866) 468-0638
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15205
Maria Burger, LPC, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I am a Psychotherapist specializing in individual, family and couples psychotherapy. I work with a wide range of emotional/behavioral issues providing services that span from mild to severe mental health disorders. I offer a highly personalized approach tailored to meet individual needs to help facilitate change and personal growth. Change can be difficult to maneuver in life, it can be helpful to be able to talk with someone to find clarity and peace to be able to move forward. I am described to be empathic,respectful,sense of humor, ethical, direct and open and laid back in my work.
(888) 391-9259
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15241
Rebecca Ford Auble, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are your depressed? Are you anxious or angry? Do you feel stuck in a bad situation? It can often seem impossible to "see" beyond these feelings to any meaningful way to change yourself and your life. I help clients clarify the causes and underlying dynamics of their problems--then use this information to create change. Your difficulties--no matter how troubling--will tell us important things about you, which often can open up your life in unexpected, immensely gratifying ways. Applying my training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Psychodynamic Therapy we'll examine and alter your difficult moods, situations, or relationships.
(412) 219-3750
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Elisabeth Tomlin, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I believe each individual is complex and unique. We all have patterns that have been learned, some of which are harmful to ourselves and our relationships. Those patterns fulfill a perceived need and it is our journey to understand the roots of unhealthy patterns and learn new ways of more beneficial fulfillment and communication. The relationship between client and therapist is paramount and I advocate for fostering this, while providing honest feedback. ** I am not currently taking new clients **
(609) 566-3869
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
Anthony Michael Boone, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“i work well with depression, anxiety, adjustment and issues of life focus.
(412) 758-9966
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Ronald Thomas Curran,   in Pittsburgh
“Pain, uncertainty, feelings of being lost and a failure emerge as we seek to find our individual path in life. These feelings often indicate it is time to be found, not that you are "mentally ill." They can indicate the need to connect with your inner Self rather than to substitute unfulfilling forms of social adjustment. My approach focuses on you as a unique individual. It recognizes that you have a Self in the sense that there is a unique inner guidance available to you. I will work as a guide in your journey toward conflict resolution and wholeness.
(412) 212-3801
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15241
Pamela Bram, Phd, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“I enjoy working with clients who are committed to self development and growth, using a collaborative approach to solving problems and improving self understanding.
(412) 532-1151
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
“I am a practicing Gestalt therapist as well as a Registered Play therapist who works with adults and children that have experienced trauma and/or abuse, and present with symptoms of PDSD, anxiety, depression. When working with children I work closely with the parents or caregivers for best results. As a Gestalt therapist my focus is present focused and on the whole person (thoughts, feelings, body/movement.) Together we create an environment where the individual finds a deeper awareness about themselves that can increase their choices about how they interact with others and live their life.
(412) 203-4349
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15201
Sandra A Davis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW, PhD
“I am best suited to treat individuals or couples ranging from 20-60 with intimacy, marital, sexuality, relationship issues as well as drug and alcohol issues.
(412) 259-3989
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Dan Hetherington, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“Therapy is about change. A person decides to find a therapist after struggling on their own, trying to make changes, and often ending up feeling stuck and isolated. I will help you to find new possibilities, to open up new options in your life, whether they be in regard to specific situations, or longer term struggles with others, or within yourself.
(412) 626-5860
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15226
Tara Morse, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I truly believe that people have the capacity to change, grow, and achieve their full potential within the context of a supportive environment. This belief fuels my work as a therapist. I completed my undergraduate work at the University of Pittsburgh and received my Masters in Social Work from New York University. I have experience working with an array of identified problem areas including, but not limited to, anxiety, mood disorders, substance abuse, eating/body image, postpartum depression, self esteem and life/developmental transitions. I specializes in treating adults, yet also work with adolescents, couples and families.
(612) 255-4380
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Lisa Renee Fleissner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, NBCC, LPC
“Are you struggling with personal or marriage and family issues? I can help you improve your current struggles in a compassionate, non-judgmental relaxing atmosphere. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Masters Degree in Community Counseling from Gannon University. I have 10 yrs of psychology experience working in a variety of settings including group homes, school settings and in-home therapy environments. My outpatient experience includes private practice work as well as community mental health experience, where I treated a variety of drug and alcohol and mental health concerns. CALL TODAY!! I ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS!! 412-977-2036.
(724) 602-9720
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
Gretchen Boehm, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I know it is difficult to sit down with a stranger. I recognize and am empathetic to this feeling. I am open to those in need of a calm place and at times fun environment to be open, learn to cope and laugh in order to heal from those stressors and struggles which affect them most. Clients will be greeted with a smile, dignity and respect and treated to a relaxed environment which promotes comfort and acceptance.
(412) 455-7491
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
Tracy L. Scanlon, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, NCC, LPC, CT
“"I prefer to think of my patients and myself as fellow travelers, a term that abolishes distinctions between 'them' (the afflicted) and 'us' (the healers). ... We are all in this together, and there is no therapist and no person immune to the inherent tragedies of existence." (Borrowed from Dr. Irvin Yalom).
(412) 330-1676
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
David Mente, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I have been working as a psychotherapist for over 25 years. I have worked with children, adolescents and adult clients over that time. I enjoy working with both individuals and families. A diagnosis or even a set of problems is less important to me than developing a good working relationship with my clients. Psychotherapy works for most people who make use of it. I expect those with whom I work to experience relief and that relief should begin soon after the start of our work together.
(412) 532-1602
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217

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