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Therapists in Pittsburgh

Kevin H Bursley, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“Whether you want to deal more effectively with a current life situation or with longer-term concerns, therapy can be of help as you work to gain self-awareness and examine the choices you may be facing. I work with clients with issues including depression, anxiety, relationship issues (romantic, family, friends), and grief. My approach to therapy is collaborative. I work with clients to help them focus on what they want to change in their lives and we work together to make goals for therapy.
(412) 567-3537
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Matthew 'Mel' Peltz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC, ICADC, CASAP
“I will help you use the 12-Step principles to make emotional and behavioral adjustments to recover from the disease of addiction. I will provide you with the skills and guidance to make the necessary changes that will support your long-term recovery. I use a variety of other techniques as well and together, we will discover the best way to help you in your specific situation. These techniques include but are not limited to: CBT, MST, Journaling, Specific Readings, Psychoanalysis, Dialogue & Interpretation.
(412) 357-5746
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Jennifer L Newman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“"It is impossible to make another person feel good without doing the same to ourselves." - Hal Urban
(412) 259-3918
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
John Beiter, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“Discover how your pattern of relating to significant others in your life has affected and impacted your ability to feel loved and nurtured. I am passionate about helping you find the path to healing. I enjoy working with my clients to gain new perspectives and insights into old patterns of relating and behaving in ways that have been stifling and detrimental to their health. I explore how sexual preferences through a sexual survey [] define relationships and work with all sexual orientations. My approach integrates an existential phenomenological orientation, psychodynamic reflection and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
(412) 228-0352
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
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
Paula Kauffman Oberly, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Life is complicated with competing demands for our time, energy and resources. I want to help you develop balance in your life, relationships, and career. Whether you're struggling with a particular issue, or just can't shake the feeling that there should be more to life. I will provide you a caring environment in which you can identify and explore those issues that may be getting in the way of a rewarding life, career, and more fulfilling relationships. The goal is to help provide you with the insights & tools you need to move beyond old, limiting beliefs and behaviors.
(412) 387-7595
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Therapy can be a wonderful tool which helps you to look at your world and to find your place in it. I work by adapting therapy to you, based upon the matters you want to address. I strive to provide a non-judgmental, respectful, empathic environment where you can feel supported and comfortable focusing on your needs. I can help with diverse concerns such as depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, life stresses, attachment difficulties, parenting, relationship and family issues.
(412) 228-0462
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
Abbie Hawkey, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“"Only when are are brave enough to explore the darkness will we discover the infinite power of our light." ~ Brene Brown. Therapy is a team effort, together we will improve your connection with yourself and those around you, help build resilience to shame, and build your sense of worth. Together, we will help you move past your stuck points, find new ways of coping, and feel comfortable with your authentic self.
(412) 515-8979
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15205
Dawn Covington, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I am a licensed professional counselor and a national certified counselor. I have been working with individuals and families for years helping people overcome emotional, mental and spiritual challenges. I also enjoy helping families build positive communication and strengthen relationships. My experience includes working with individuals who have severe mental health issues and helping families while in crisis. My specialties include Christian counseling, family problems, depression, mood and anxiety disorders, problems with self-esteem, relationship difficulties, grief and loss issues, trauma/sexual abuse, work issues, life transition issues, parenting, women's issues and anger management.
(412) 961-8349
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
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
Emilee Mainali, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“What's your story? We all have different themes that operate in different ways: some are helpful and inspiring but sometimes these themes can be counterproductive or even lead us so far off track from who we want to be in life and work and relationships that we feel lost. Some lines seem helpful for a long time until we realize that we're ready for a new scene or a new role but aren't quite sure how to get there. Ready to turn the page?
(412) 515-8494
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Tiffany Tipton Song, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I enjoy helping children, adolescents, and adults overcome the hurdles that anxiety and depression cause. I have a lot of experience helping young people struggling with anxiety. I tend to be very solution focused in my approach, working with my clients to help them gain the skills that they need to be more calm, present, and able to face any fears standing in their way. My office is located in the South Hills of Pittsburgh, near Bethel Park, Upper St. Clair, Peters Township, Mt. Lebanon, South Fayette, and South Park. I primarily use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
(412) 660-3598
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15241
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 x1
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Stephanie Marie Mccracken  in Pittsburgh
“Do you find yourself searching for a way to manage the burden of anxiety, depression, anger, chronic stress, or relationship troubles? Therapy has the potential to grant you the elegant simplicity of contentment, the enjoyment which accompanies your natural state. If you would like to grow towards the reduction of symptoms, or find a way to move beyond that which is keeping you stuck, therapy may be the right option for you. Together we will uncover and discover ways in which you can move beyond pain and towards an enriched life.
(412) 567-6013
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15233
“We specialize in providing culturally relevant mental and behavioral health services. Our team of professional counselors and Psychiatrists provide high quality and compassionate services.
(412) 360-8296
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Charles H Kuhn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD, DAPA
“I offer you effective help for life's problems in a pleasant and discreet private practice setting. Communication and conflict resolution training for couples is a special area of concentration. I provide psychotherapy for people with angry, fearful, depressed and anxious moods; obsessive thoughts; impulsive behavior, adult or child attention deficits; posttraumatic stress and other common problems. Adults, adolescents and children are seen individually, in couples or in family sessions during convenient evening and weekend hours by appointment. I help couples to improve their ability to communicate with each other and reduce conflicts.
(412) 963-6540
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15238
Gretchen Hannah Hoffer, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I view therapy not just as a way to address concerns or issues that one might have but as an opportunity to better understand yourself as a whole. When we take the time to explore how we act, think, and feel we are able to access new parts of ourselves and how we interact with others in our life. The process of therapy can be powerful and I can offer this opportunity for you to explore yourself and the things you want to change in your life in a setting that is supportive, non-judgemental, and welcoming.
(412) 339-1787 x4
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15220
Kerrie Boydman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Have you felt distracted lately at work or at school, feeling this overwhelming sense of dissatisfaction? Do you find you're more distressed than usual over daily stressors, simple chores or minor arguments? And do you find yourself constantly thinking about all the things you want to change? You may know what behaviors you have that are causing you distress or you may lack insight into what it is that is getting in your way. Either way, when you know something has to change, but you don't know how to go about it, therapy may be the answer.
(412) 532-1142
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
Lytle Behavioral Health, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Lytle Behavioral Health’s Counseling Services is a group of Master’s Level Professional Counselors and Social Workers with offices in Pittsburgh,PA, Hollidaysburg,PA and Dulles,VA. With a variety of specialties and expertise amongst staff, LBH treats clients who are navigating life's challenges with a variety of therapy styles and approaches. The individual members of LBH are; Pittsburgh, PA Office • Dawn Boggs,LPC,NCGC,CEAP • Steve Root,MSW,LCSW Hollidaysburg, PA Office • Rhonda Clark,MS,LPC Dulles , VA Office • Erin Driggs, MS,LPC • Tamira Rosner,MS,LPC
(866) 468-0638
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15205
Anthony Michael Boone, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“i work well with depression, anxiety, adjustment and issues of life focus.
(412) 758-9966
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213

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