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Couples Therapists in Pittsburgh

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
Pittsburgh Pastoral Institute, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
“PPI's ideal client is any individual, couple or family wishing to see a therapist twice a week or less. We do not treat issues of addiction or severe mental illness, as they require more intensive treatment. Our specialty is spiritually-integrated psychotherapy. All therapists are trained to respond with respect and sensitivity to the client's spiritual viewpoint and welcome discussions of spiritual realities in the therapy room. This makes PPI uniquely suited to walk with clients through questions such as "why am I here," "how could God allow this," and others that may have a spiritual component.
Couples
(412) 453-3279 x16
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
“We all grow up and live in a society which favors conformity. Not "fitting in" or being "different" can result in feelings of depression, low self-esteem, and isolation which can effect all aspects of our lives. This can be especially true for the LGBTQ population. As a psychodynamic therapist, my goal is to assist you in your personal development from unsatisfying or painful patterns of living and to a life that you can celebrate. While we can't change the past, we can work together to change how it continues to impact your life and resolve challenges and issues that have resulted from it.
Couples
(412) 532-1589
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15203
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.
Couples
(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.
Couples
(412) 927-4978
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Teresa Elaine Blackburn  in Pittsburgh
“"We already have the power inside all of us to heal ourselves; sometimes we just need a guide to seek it out." I assist people with releasing old patterns, habits, and behaviors so that they may have a fresh perspective, experience freedom from the past and get in touch with their true selves. My unique style of therapy addresses but is not limited to: anxiety, anger issues, grief, weight problems, addictions, phobias, self-esteem issues, and LGBTQ issues.
Couples
(740) 313-0199
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15205
George E Dalzell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I keep things simple and direct in my practice. Solution Focused Therapy involves a collaborative process in which I work with clients to create treatment goals. My primary goal is to establish a corrective emotional relationship with my clients to help lessen the intensity and duration of symptoms such as anxiety and depression. In marriage counseling, I focus on improving communication and friendship in the relationship, and specialize in anger management. My clients vary in age from adolescents through older adults. I primarily work with adult men and women. I specialize in treating mood and anxiety disorders, panic disorder.
Couples
(412) 228-0633
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15218
Bonnie J Gorscak, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“My practice is focused on helping adults, ages 19+, presenting with various personal and relationship struggles -- anxiety, depression, decision making, life transitions, self esteem difficulties, communication challenges, and coping with grief and loss. My specialty areas are in Complicated Grief Treatment (see below), and in Relationship Enhancement Therapy. I work with individuals/dyads/couples to improve their communication skills, whether for enhancing a long term relationship, improving quality of daily life, or addressing ways to resolve conflicts or seemingly unresolvable dilemmas.
Couples
(412) 564-4490
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW, SAP
“Jean Nicosia LSW is an experienced, certified Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) psychotherapist specializing in the treatment of trauma, depression, and anxiety/panic attacks. Jean is a Diplomate, Comprehensive Energy Psychology,and also employs Thought Field Therapy, a brief focused treatment that uses the bioenergy system to remove disturbances in though and emotional structures. She also has clinical expertise in the field of cognitive rehabilitation, including the application of an advanced technology including EEG biofeedback in the testing and treatment of ADD/ADHD and learning disablities.
Couples
(412) 330-1667
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Mindfulworks, LLC Integrative Counseling Services, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“If you are encountering a life transition or experiencing issues with relationship conflict, anxiety, depression, grief or just feel "stuck", I would like to help you. I counsel and coach adolescents,couples and focus as a women's Holistic Counselor. My role goes beyond talk therapy and offers a strength-based approach which includes concrete skills and strategies for your life along with a supportive, non- judgmental perspective. I have over 16 years experience combined in medical, education and counseling. I am a 200- hour level registered yoga teacher with advanced training in holistic practices and biofeedback.
Couples
(412) 347-4428
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
Stephanie Marie Mccracken, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Do you find yourself searching for a way to manage the burden of anxiety, depression, anger, or relationship troubles? Psychotherapy 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, psychotherapy is a an excellent option for you. Together, we will discover ways in which you can move beyond pain and towards an enriched life. http://revivingmindstherapy.com/
Couples
(412) 567-6013
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15233
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.
Couples
(412) 888-0416
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15243
Sherri Williams, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“As a therapist in private practice, I offer individual psychotherapy, couples | relationship | marriage counseling, life coaching, & group therapy to help clients find compassion for themselves & others, confront issues of shame, & make more loving choices. Shame is universal & takes many forms, including addiction, codependency, judging, blaming, & perfectionism. One voice of shame is "There is something wrong with me." Another is "I'm not good enough" or "I don't matter." These messages are often found and experienced in relationships and families. Finding joy & self-acceptance is possible. Improve the quality of your life & relationships. Call or email today!
Couples
(412) 512-3135
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
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.
Couples
(412) 436-4255
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Lawrence M Glanz, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“My approach is primarily cognitive behavioral and I have over thirty years of experience. I work mostly with adults with depression and anxiety disorders. OCD is a special interest, and I use exposure and response prevention. I believe that with patience, a positive outlook and good rapport, much is possible.
Couples
(412) 543-8484 x2
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Eric T. Berta, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“"Before you diagnose yourself with depression or low self-esteem, make sure that you are not, in fact, just surrounded by a-holes." (William Gibson) We take on a lot of stress from those around us - at work, at home, from strangers, from spouses & kids. From rage & stress, to grief, through life-stagnation & confusion to betrayal and divorce, my clients tend to be articulate & very smart, and prefer a counselor who is a realist, not someone who re-hashes old techniques or spouts trendy remedies.
Couples
(412) 888-0059
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222
William Snow, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My practice focus is to empower you to be the healthiest, happiest, and most successful person you can become. My approach is friendly,positive, and effectve. I believe all healing, change, and growth comes from within YOU. Through my knowledge,skills, and experience, I aid you to tap into the internal resources that leads to the problem resolution and goal achievement you want and need. I look forward to working with you. Please go to my website: WWW.williamsnowlcsw.com for more information. Thank You.
Couples
(412) 923-4698
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Lisa A. Osachy, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“Are you feeling overwhelmed or stuck? Do well-meaning friends and family give you advice that doesn't feel right? Life has become so fast-paced that it's hard to push the 'pause' button and actually hear your own inner voice - that's the voice that may be telling you that you're in a relationship that isn't good for you or that you're in the wrong major or career. Therapy is like hitting the pause button and giving yourself the gift of time -to reflect and explore what is and isn't working in your life.
Couples
(412) 848-1923
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Julie Kresen Barnes, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
Counselor, MS
“How often do you directly address your life issues with another person who is dedicated to focusing with you? We will work to identify the learned patterns that keep you stuck- stuck reacting in the same old ways, stuck picking the same types of friends and partners, stuck in the same old job. Awareness is the first step in the change process. The illuminating experience of therapy can cause you to look at your life in a whole new way.
Couples
(412) 246-8327
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15203
Mind, Body, & Soulutions LLC, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in individual, couples and family therapy in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I am an interactive, solution-focused therapist. My therapeutic approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges. I integrate complementary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each client. With compassion and understanding, I work with each individual to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing.
Couples
(412) 246-9768
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15220
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