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Couples Therapists in Pittsburgh

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"? Have the pressures of daily life made it difficult for you to relax? Do you yearn for healthy relationships? If so, therapy may be the option for you. I have successfully assisted many people wit these concerns. So often we desire to improve and be the best person possible. I can assist with the journey. By exploring the parts that may be preventing forward movement, the door to resolution and personal growth can be opened. The level of success is limitless.
Couples
(724) 544-3350
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15218
Jeb Jungwirth, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“Difficulties in life, work, and relationships often evoke symptoms that are too much for us to handle on our own. The work I do as a therapist is grounded in the practice of compassionate listening, understanding, and open-mindedness in helping individuals, couples, and families heal the symptoms and wounds that prevent them from enjoying life and living fully, with clear purpose and meaning. I work diligently to help clients overcome obstacles and symptoms, drawing on my education in clinical psychology, passion for holistic healing traditions, and training in cognitive, humanistic, and psychodynamic theory.
Couples
(412) 530-5712
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15233
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
Couples
(412) 681-9577
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
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.
Couples
(412) 329-4749
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
Annette Kolski-Andreaco, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
“I am a family therapist who works with individuals, couples and families. I focus my practice on helping individuals improve their important relationships with their children, with their spouses or with a significant other and with their parents. Helping clients with work relationships is also a significant part of my practice. I coach individuals to improved levels of work performance. I also consult with family businesses where personal relationships and business operations become blurred and difficult to manage. I have organized seminars and coaching sessions with whole family groups from several generations.
Couples
(412) 540-5685
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
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.
Couples
(412) 252-2450
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15238
Margaret Lee Ripepi, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I work with individuals, couples and families. I was trained in Marriage and Family Therapy. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor. I work with couples trying to save their marriages or with families coping with divorce or separation. I also work with grieving individuals or families dealing with trauma or the loss of a loved one. I now work in private practice. My experience has helped me to work well with clients, to be understanding, to accept clients for who they are and to help them set and reach their goals. I am a married mother and grandmother.
Couples
(412) 253-2560
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
Stephanie Marie Mccracken, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Do you find yourself searching for relief, a way to lighten your emotional burden? Would you like to relate more richly to others and engage more effectively with life? Are you experiencing shame, guilt, regret? The therapeutic encounter is often referred to as the healing relationship, a place where human compassion and wisdom, collaborate for you to renew simplicity, gain contentment; the enjoyment which accompanies your natural state. If you would like to grow towards the reduction of emotional or psychological turmoil, then please allow me to serve as the guide for your journey. http://revivingmindstherapy.com/
Couples
(412) 567-6013
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15233
“My basic goal in therapy is to help my clients empower themselves. Often the traumas we experience become obsrtacles to our devloping our sense of self, being effective in our relationships and achieving our goals. I also believe that therapy is not one size fits all, and I work hard to tailor the treatment to the person.. I am pragmatic, and I will use techniques and methods that I believe are best suited to my client's readiness. I have respect for the intelligence, life experiences and goals of my clients. I see our work as a partnership.
Couples
(412) 246-9766 x1
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
David Orbison, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“These days, many of the people with whom I form a therapeutic relationship are those who have been unsatisfied with prior therapy efforts. In addition, I often work with mental health and medical professionals and their families, as well as persons employed in academe. That said, I enjoy sorting out all sorts of relationship difficulties and the underlying personality issues. In terms of patient populations, I work with individual adults and couples, upset teens and young adults. I am a fully trained psychoanalyst, as well, so I am comfortable with very intimate work, often using the couch. Commitment is a two-way street.
Couples
(412) 906-9219
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15201
David A Burton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I use a holistic approach to treatment emphasizing on rapport building. "There is a reason for all behavior and when it comes to people seeking true wellness, I don't want people to depend on medication." I enjoy helping people change and explore themselves. "The scarecrow, in the movie The Wiz, thought that he did not have a brain. He believed that he was just a sack of old newspapers; but, it took the experience of a "journey" to help him realize that he was not just a sack of newspapers but a wealth of information. "Lets find your wealth!"
Couples
(412) 376-4016
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
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 [www.BSPItest.com] define relationships and work with all sexual orientations. My approach integrates an existential phenomenological orientation, psychodynamic reflection and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
Couples
(412) 228-0352
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Lisa M Auld, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I feel I have a unique combination of both rehabilitative and developmental counseling. On the rehabilitative side, I have worked at a college counseling center, in drug and alcohol rehabilitation, and with at risk adolescents. On the developmental side, I currently work with students and other clients seeking career counseling, sports counseling or positive psychology interventions, along with everyday anxiety and adjustment/ transition issues. I have also helped couples clarify their beliefs and expectations as well strengthen their communication as they prepare to commit to marriage or have a need to reevaluate their relationship.
Couples
(412) 200-5165 x8
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15232
Linda Dukess, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you isolated, sad, and exhausted ? Are you tired of having the same fight with your partner again and again ? Do you stay up at night worrying about your job, your teenager, or just simply how you will manage the next day ? Do you feel that no matter how hard you try you are never good enough ? Counseling can help.
Couples
(412) 532-6934
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15238
Ryan Hunt, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“In our work together in therapy, we will begin by articulating your problems, symptoms, or concerns as you understand and experience them, and establishing your goals for treatment. Then, as we continue to explore additional meanings that you bring to these issues, and how they relate to other areas of your life in the past and present, we will discover not only new ways to understand your concerns but also new possibilities for how to address them in the present and future. This can lead both to a lessening of symptoms and also to increased freedom and possibilities going forward.
Couples
(412) 246-8529
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
“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.
Couples
(412) 515-8311
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15216
Eileen Savikas, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I am a well experienced professional counselor ready to help you. I am accepting new clients and am in-network with the insurance providers of the Pittsburgh area, keeping your out of pocket costs at a minimum. Many of the clients I see are dealing with anxiety, depression or relationship issues. To help, I often utilize a blend of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical-behavioral therapy (DBT) skills to help my clients develop better coping skills and manage their stressors. Stress is an inevitable part of life, it's how we cope that makes the difference.
Couples
(412) 357-2430
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15229
Brandes Montgomery, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS AT THIS TIME I believe the strength for change already lies within you and, through the therapeutic process, you can grow and find balance between the mind, body and spirit. I work with individuals from a holistic and person-centered approach. By drawing from these practices, I can help treat the root of the suffering rather than just focusing on the lingering symptoms. I also like to use Emotionally-Focused techniques to help loosen the grip of difficult emotions and cultivate inner peace.
Couples
(412) 888-0809
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15232
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.
Couples
(412) 532-1319
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
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.
Couples
(724) 338-8253
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15218
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