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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
Amy K Bucciere, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“[Please visit me at] You don't have to struggle another day. My small, accessible practice offers personalized help using gentleness, humor and honesty.
(724) 871-3085
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
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
Terri Fessler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe each of us has a gift of self to unwrap and embrace along life's journey. But I also know firsthand how impossible that gift can seem when we experience trauma. Trauma can leave us permanently changed, turned inside out, and feeling set apart from goodness. We grieve the loss of dignity and doubt the existence of love. But healing can be found.
(412) 567-9375
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15218
Brooke N. Generett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Brooke Generett, a licensed clinical social worker, founded Generett Counseling Services, LLC in 2012. Brooke boasts 10 years of experience working with adolescents and their families. She equips her clients with essential life skills for problem-solving in challenging environments. Her approach for improving mental health highlights her clients' strengths, helps them identify barriers to their personal successes, and tailors wellness strategies to their needs that produce positive outcomes. Brooke received her bachelor's degree in psychology from Hampton University and her Master of Social Work, with an emphasis in mental health, from the University of Pittsburgh.
(412) 436-4255
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
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
Jordan Golin, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“At Squirrel Hill Psychological Services, we believe that challenges in life provide tremendous opportunity for growth. We want to help you move beyond your difficulties and make positive changes in your life. Our team of social workers, counselors, psychologists and psychiatrists are experienced and compassionate, with areas of specialization ranging from play therapy and blended families to marital discord, anxiety and depression.
(412) 528-1372
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Christopher P Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
“Each of us each and every day is confronted with significant life difficulties. We can become overwhelmed and unable to cope with what appears to be insurmountable problems. My approach to counseling and consultation is that of a life coach assisting and supporting each person in learning new ways to deal with life difficulties and reach ones full potential. Most of us can benefit from a coach from time to time to help us deal with issues such as: relationships, parenting, adolescent struggles, substance misuse, abuse or addiction, anxiety and depression. Tomorrow can be different than today!
(412) 228-0601
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ACSW, LCSW, BCD, RN
“My goal is to collaborate with you in a safe, caring environment to help you grow and develop in ways that are meaningful to you. I will partner with you in a holistic manner and tailor approaches designed to your unique set of circumstances. I particularly welcome past or present members of the military, military families, and anyone associated with military members and their families.
(412) 246-8318
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15223
Robert Bumbaco, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
“Have you felt anxious or depressed lately? Do you need help working through relationship issues? Are you or someone you know struggling with addiction? I have had great success treating individuals who are dealing with these issues. My clients have learned to develop a plan that allows them to pursue a balanced and productive lifestyle. My approach has always been to help my clients develop the insights, skills, and confidence to achieve their goals. In this process, I encourage my clients to be active participants in the therapeutic process.
(412) 329-4749
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
Jean McClung, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“Please note that I cannot take inquiries about first appointments until January, 2015. A psychologist for over 20 years, I work primarily with adults and adolescents in individual therapy. In my practice, I see clients with a broad range of issues, including depression, anxiety, panic disorder, life transitions,adult ADHD, relationship issues,low self-esteem, career and school issues. My goal is to help individuals self-actualize and flourish in our rapidly changing world. My full time practice allows me flexibility in scheduling clients. Evening appointments are often available.
(412) 246-8503 x3
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
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
Robert D Feragotti, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Have you asked yourself the question, when will I be happy? Are certain parts of your life not "working"? Do the pressures of daily life make it difficult to relax? Are healthy relationships something you yearn for? If so, counseling may be an option. I have successfully assisted many people with these and many other concerns. Are you living the life you've envisioned? I can assist you with your journey by exploring the parts that may be preventing forward movement and in the process open the door to resolution and personal growth. Your level of success is limitless.
(724) 906-4194
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Ann Blancato,   in Pittsburgh
“The decision to enter therapy is a courageous step toward healing. It signals that great change has already begun. Assisting in that change is an honor. I have been working as a therapist for 13 years, with a primary focus on trauma, and have found this to be a deeply restorative focus for guiding therapeutic process with my clients. This allows the question of "what happened to you?" instead of "what's wrong with you?" to be of central importance. The journey that can begin with that question, I have found, can lead to profound healing and, ultimately, a wholeness of health and growth.
(412) 330-1062
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
HConroy Consulting, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I am a Nationally Certified Counselor, with a Master's of Science in Community Agency Counseling from Duquesne University. I moved to Pittsburgh in 2005 to pursue my degree, and began working with children and young adults with ASD, ADHD, ODD and Substance Abuse Disorders.
(412) 852-4921
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15224
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
Joan Leigh Weber, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MED, NCC, LPC
“I work with couples and individuals to aid in the healing of issues. Homework exercises are given for outside of the session to aid in communication development and to break negative patterns. In 18 years of practice, I have seen that individuals can release old resentments and inner hurts and gain a healthier perspective in the present. In many cases, individuals can begin to make healthier choices and create positives in their world.
(412) 254-4923
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15234
“How do you deal with a sense that somehow your life has gotten "off-track"? How do you make a marriage, a relationship, a family -- whether it is a first family, step-family, the one with your parents and siblings, or a work situation, go more smoothly? How do you manage difficult children, parents in-laws, or bosses or co-workers? What about a marriage with a partner who has had an affair? You already know that there are no easy answers, and you may have already tried therapy, but to no avail.
(412) 265-2515 x24
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15232
Debbie Witchel, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Does the thought of starting a new day seem overwhelming? Do you dread being around or interacting with others due to anxiety/depression? Are you unhappy with/or feel stuck in your relationships? Are you having difficulty reaching your teen emotionally? Is your child going through a tough time? I care, I listen & I would like to help you. I am successful in helping individuals,couples and families heal and lead happier lives. I believe in the importance of connecting with you as a person, the significance of identifying and releasing unexpressed feelings, and a change in unhealthy life themes.
(412) 252-2450
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15238

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