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Therapists in Pittsburgh

Lasondrah at Life Change, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
“Are you struggling and frustrated with life problems and traditional help is not working? I offer an organic blending of traditional eastern healing practices with western psychotherapy. This work helps you deepen your connection to the answers which are already within you. I just help you "see" them, and assist you in bridging a connection between the healthy self and those parts of you that are struggling to be healthy. I call these dissonant parts. These dissonant parts can create disorder and dysfunction. We work as partners on a path towards unity, health and well-being.
(412) 528-4081
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15243
Patricia Boswell, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“My focus in therapy is to faciliate and encourage desired change which leads to an enriched sense of oneself and increased empowerment in ones life. I support individuals to get the life that they desire, relationships that are fullfilling and a life purpose that is rewarding. I am a Gestalt Certified therapist which is an expressive, action-based approach to growth which supports an ability to notice ones self in the moment and understand the meaning-making process.
(412) 212-3452
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
North Hills Psychological Services, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“North Hills Psychological Services is staffed by experienced, licensed PhD and Master's level psychologists and therapists. In addition to standard office hours, evening and weekend appointments are usually available.Call 412 367-1481, ext 1 or 412 367-7781.Or, email us for general information. We are located less than 10 minutes away from 279, so we are accessible to individuals living in other areas of the city. web site We are providers for UPMC (except for UPMC for You), Highmark, Anthem, and out of state BC/BS.
(412) 367-1481 x1
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
“I offer an interpersonal/psychodynamic approach to working with individuals with anxiety, depression, personality, life and relationship issues.Treatment is personalized to meet each patient's needs. I have been practicing for over 25 years and offer individual, couple, family, psychoanalysis ,and psychodynamic therapy. i also supervise psychiatric residents at Western Psychiatric Institute, teach at the Pittsburgh Psychoanalytic Center,worked in the Family Division of the Courts, and spent 15 years as a professional member of the State Board of Psychology. I will be glad to speak with you regarding your personal issues and answer questions.
(412) 246-8904
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
Amy A Morgano, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“There are moments in your life when you seek help & support. It is never too late to cope and resolve problems. Change and happiness are possible. We will work together to establish a treatment plan that's right for your needs. It is my privilege & priority to provide you with the psychoeducation, coping skills, and support to help navigate the often confusing and overwhelming stressors of life and relationships. Just the day-to-day life situations can be a reason to seek support. My theoretical approach combines client-centered, cognitive-behavioral, solution-focused and family systems to meet your individualized needs.
(412) 329-4910
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222
Marguerite Bryce, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“I have years of experience working with school issues,children of divorced parents and marital conflict. Clients with symptoms of anxiety and depression are a large part of my practice. From prior hospital work, I have knowledge regarding the impact of physical illness on mental health
(412) 228-0600
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15216
David McPeak, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“I am an experienced Psychologist who can help you solve problems and who can gently guide you to a more enjoyable life with warmer and closer relationships with the important people in your life. Please E mail me if you have any questions. If I cannot help you I will be happy to refer you to someone who can.
(412) 206-9980
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker with many years of practice experience. My background includes working with individuals, couples, and families affected by depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, stress, relationship conflicts, drug and alcohol problems, and other psychological problems. I have a particular interest in womens' mental health issues including post-partum depression, and menopause related mood disorders, and role transition issues.
(412) 417-9163
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15238
Laura Langer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“"When you plant lettuce, if it does not grow well, you don't blame the lettuce. You look for reasons it is not doing well." Thich Nhat Hanh We face many challenges in life, both from without and within. Whether you are dealing with anxiety, depression, trauma, self esteem, parenting, transitions, women's, GLBT or relationship issues , my practice is to support your healing process by offering a safe, respectful and compassionate environment.
(412) 567-6235
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15233
“I see therapy as a process in which you and I work together towards helping you overcome obstacles to living life authentically, as a healthy, integrated person. This can be achieved by helping you gain insight into relational themes and patterns, learn new coping strategies, and become empowered to take the steps needed to create the change you desire. Often we experience symptoms such as anxiety or depressed mood that interfere with our ability to achieve or even form goals. Through alleviating these symptoms, you can increase understanding of yourself, honor your needs, and develop more satisfying relationships with others and with yourself.
(412) 532-4896
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
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
Michael Scarff, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor who, for more than a decade has counseled teens, and young adults who are experiencing life transitions, suicidal ideation/attempts, addiction and behavioral problems. I help youth by focusing not only on the individual, but also on the family dynamics that influence their well-being. 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.
(412) 259-5162
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15216
“Although many people seek counseling because they feel broken, I believe that people lose sight of their inherent wholeness. Using a strength based approach, I help people access that inner wholeness so they can move in directions of health, well being and joy. When a client is open to it, I teach them EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) often called emotional acupuncture because of its power in changing core beliefs, shame and guilt that get in the way of a person moving into personal power.
(412) 515-8311
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15216
“The Anger & Counseling Institute of Pittsburgh provides anger management services to adolescents and adults. There are therapists specifically certified in anger management to provide you prompt, quality care. Please call for more information or to schedule an appointment. Thank you.
(412) 259-3961
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Shirley Salmon-davis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PsyD, LCSW
“If your are feeling depressed, anxious or grieving; If you would like help in dealing with the stress in your life; If you have experienced a traumatic event; If your family has changed because of separation or divorce; If your are in need of help with co-parenting; If your want to improve your relationships your significant other or family; If your wish is to improve your emotional and psychological health I believe I can be helpful to you. My goal is to provide you with the environment, knowledge, tools, skills and confidence to improve your emotional and psychological health.
(412) 693-6042
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Neena Nellori, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“Welcome to my practice! My approach is to get to the heart of your situation and engage you in developing insight into your choices and patterns. I work collaboratively with you to examine your life choices, problem management and support you through the process of implementing effective change in your life I am an active-directive psychologist who not only listens to you but also provides valuable information on strategies on what is working for you and what isn't. I also help you get unstuck by focussing on a solution and action oriented model of change.
(412) 453-5315
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15233
Mohini Wagle-Schmitt, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I believe that the connection between therapist and client is vital to the effectiveness of therapy. I strive to provide a non-judgmental and empathetic environment in which the client can express herself or himself freely. My role is to be present in the relationship, listen mindfully, and facilitate changes that a client wants in his or her life.
(412) 370-1983
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Nancy Klucher,   in Pittsburgh
“I believe that each child is unique and should have the opportunity to learn and develop to his or her full potential. When a child does not thrive in school, it may be due to a learning disability, executive function problems, ADHD, a developmental disability such as an autism spectrum disorder, a behavioral or emotional disorder or a physical health problem. I provide comprehensive neuropsychological and educational achievement testing and assessment, designed to accurately pinpoint the source of a child's academic difficulty. Based on the child's needs and strengths, I recommend interventions tailored uniquely for that child.
(412) 275-6592
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15234
Lynn Harper, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“People often seek psychotherapy when they feel stuck and are hoping for change. Such change becomes possible as we work together to better understand the patterns of thoughts, behaviors, and ways of relating that are causing problems for you. In our sessions you will have the opportunity to talk freely in a safe, supportive setting. Treatment may range from several brief sessions to longer term, more depth oriented work, depending on your needs.
(412) 567-4211
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
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

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