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EMDR Therapists in Pittsburgh

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.
EMDR
(412) 693-6042
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Susan Stay & Associates, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
“Susan Stay & Associates, LLC is a group psychotherapy practice located in the South Hills. If you are seeking services to manage day to day stress,relationship issues, trauma, depression, panic, anxiety or other issues that create distress and compromise our day to day living. We invite you to share with us the possibly of personal and relational growth. The associates that I have invited to work with Susan are all committed to the same core values.
EMDR
(412) 455-6930
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15236
Mickie Diamond, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, Yoga, Instruc
“I have had significant success helping clients deal with issues such as relationships, personal loss, trauma, body image, career development, stress management, depression, anxiety, illness, personal growth and what I call "behavioral decluttering", (elliminating old and unwanted behaviors). My style as a therapist is to help clients identify those areas of their lives which are most troubling and then develop specific goals to ensure that therapy produces important life changing results. The ultimate goal is for clients to eventually serve as their own therapists, applying what they learned in therapy to lead more fulfilling lives.
EMDR
(412) 228-0583
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Erin O'Donnell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LPC, NCC, CCTP, MS
“I work in a private practice in the North Hills. I see a wide variety of challenges in my office. If you have never tried therapy, I would encouraged you to set up an initial session, to see if it feels right. Therapy is a growth process, it takes time and effort on the part of the client. I view myself as the facilitator of this change. Therapy can be tough, initially. I hope that my clients are committed to their therapy, because I am committed to helping them with their therapy.
EMDR
(412) 567-0651
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe therapy is a relational process where the central focus of the work becomes the therapy relationship we co-create. From the foundation of our relationship we will approach your unique path to healing and improving the quality of your life in ways that are meaningful to you. I believe therapy is most successful when the relationship feels safe, secure, contained and where boundaries and choices are made continually transparent.
EMDR
(412) 254-8974
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
Nancy Fair,   in Pittsburgh
“I have been working as a therapist in the trauma field for more than 15 years and believe it is the most rewarding work a therapist can do. My approach to this work comes from an existential/phenomenological perspective, and is informed by feminist and attachment theories. My philosophy is best expressed by the question, "What happened to you?" rather than "What's wrong with you?" My therapeutic stance is one of compassionate interest, and my personal style is to be direct without being abrasive. I am happy to discuss my approach by phone, at no charge, to interested individuals.
EMDR
(412) 203-4352
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Linnea McQuiston, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“My clients are interested in increasing their knowledge of self. They are willing and open to examining their problems and sharing their personal insights and reflections. Trained in CBT, Gestalt Therapy and EMDR, I am eclectic in my approach and believe that treatment is a collaborative effort between client and therapist. I believe that the goal of treatment is to increase a client's awarness and focus, so that each client can learn to understand and moderate their moods; and make the changes or shifts in behavior that are needed for each client to meet his or her individual needs.
EMDR
(412) 228-0498
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
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.
EMDR
(412) 330-1667
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Frank Bienkowski, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“The image I use to represent my practice is that of a Butterfly. The Butterfly symbolizes an experience of liberation and transformation. I am interested in and passionate about working with individuals and families who desire to transcend historic personal and interpersonal limitations in order to embrace and enjoy a richer experience of life. My experience has shown that human beings carry within them the ability to heal and live well. My purpose is to guide you into your own resources and facilitate the emergence of a new awareness about yourself and your relationship with the world around you.
EMDR
(412) 532-1784
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Jennifer Sims, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“*I am currently not accepting new clients* Counseling is a powerful tool that can help us know ourselves deeply, transform negative emotions, and live more authentic lives. I am passionate about healing and find it to be a radical and life-changing process.
EMDR
(412) 347-6375
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
Elizabeth Cessna,   in Pittsburgh
“People receive hypnotherapy services for a variety of reasons. Typically they desire a positive change in their lives and would like to experience this change in a short period of time. While Elizabeth specializes in treating people who suffer with anxiety, she can also help those who want to alleviate:stress, fears, relationship issues, pain management, co-dependency intimacy and infertility issues. Elizabeth has been a therapist in private practice for over 25 years. She is board certified as a clinical hypnotherapist. Elizabeth practices Ericksonian Hypnotherapy because it is gentle, permissive, and respectful of the individual client.
EMDR
(412) 307-4975
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
Jodie L Hnatkovich, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LPC, CRC
“Congratulations on taking the first step towards finding the peace you seek. Therapy is the best gift you can possibly give to yourself. How often do you really reflect on your life, relationships, and behaviors? Together in therapy, we will work towards discovering your ultimate life goals and what motivates your life choices. We will then work towards modifying unwanted behaviors or thoughts (hopelessness, anxiety, lack of motivation, constant arguing) by redirecting and challenging motivators.
EMDR
(412) 339-1999
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222
“I am a practicing Gestalt therapist as well as a Registered Play therapist who works with adults and children that have experienced trauma and/or abuse, and present with symptoms of PDSD, anxiety, depression. When working with children I work closely with the parents or caregivers for best results. As a Gestalt therapist my focus is present focused and on the whole person (thoughts, feelings, body/movement.) Together we create an environment where the individual finds a deeper awareness about themselves that can increase their choices about how they interact with others and live their life.
EMDR
(412) 203-4349
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15201
Victoria R Deans, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a licenced clinical social worker, helping individuals, couples and families who are seeking to make improvements in their lives. I have vast experience as an individual and couples therapist, and am a graduate of NYU, specializing in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy for the treatment of mood and personality. I integrate complementary methodologies and techniques to offer an eclectic and highly personalized and mindful approach tailored to each client. With compassion and understanding, I works with each individual to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing.
EMDR
(412) 228-5552
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15215
Lytle Behavioral Health, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Welcome to Lytle Behavioral Health. We are a group of caring professionals providing individual, couples, and family therapy for children, adolescents, and adults. Lytle counselors provide a warm and respectful atmosphere in which to help clients navigate whatever life challenges are being faced.
EMDR
(866) 468-0638
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15205
Karen Hastings, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BSW
“Welcome! I believe it is a privilege to help you during a tough time on your journey in life. Social Workers are trained to help individuals, couples, and families with a wide range of problems. Whatever stressful event brings you into therapy, I will help you explore and challenge the problem by building skills for dealing with and resolving your particular situation. Talking to an 'outside' person about problems can lend clarity to a situation where friends and family may not be objective. I have designed my practice to help you meet your goals in a safe, confidential environment.
EMDR
(412) 906-9358
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222
Francine D Pritt Licensed Professional Counselor, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Do you feel overwhelmed with your life? Have you realized you are unable to solve the problem on your own? Your not alone. I understand that past and present life experiences can feel like a burden. While working with me, your voice can finally be heard, with no judgment, no shame and respect for confidentiality. I have experience with a variety of psychological and medical diagnosis, incorporate proven techniques with empirical, scientific methods, address your personal strengths, blend in homeopathic and healthy living techniques for your mind, body, and your spirit. You are unique... there is only one of you...
EMDR
(412) 265-4574
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15275
David Prybock, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“Do you want to improve your relationship, have less stress, or simply gain insight about yourself so that you can be happier and live a more fulfilling life? Change is difficult, especially when we try to do it alone. I am a Licensed Psychologist who offers individual, couples, and group therapy that are designed to help you be happier. My aim is to provide you with the knowledge and skills that will help you achieve change. Working together, we will utilize the strengths you already have and target those aspects of yourself that you want to change the most.
EMDR
(412) 228-0094
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Lindsey Renee Corey, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Hello, my name is Lindsey & my experience includes treating people of all ages, genders and sexual preferences with various problems including, but not limited to, grief, physical, sexual and verbal abuse, sexual identity, self-esteem, anger, depression & anxiety. I believe, for therapy to be most effective, it is imperative to uncover the underlying beliefs and events that are the root of one’s present day problem(s). I view the therapeutic relationship as one in which a team effort is required; the therapist, client and in some situations, one’s family and/or significant other, must work together to make change.
EMDR
(412) 404-6283
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15220
“I am an EMDR and Gestalt trained therapist specializing in addiction and trauma issues. My commitment is to help you work through current life challenges and long-standing issues. My therapeutic approach is interactive, practical and down to earth. I help you find resolution to a wide range of personal concerns and psychological issues so that you further develop your strengths, eliminate suffering and achieve your life goals.
EMDR
(412) 228-0394
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217

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EMDR Therapists
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is an information processing therapy that helps clients cope with trauma, addictions, and phobias. During this treatment, the patient focuses on a specific thought, image, emotion, or sensation while simultaneously watching the therapist's finger or baton move in front of his or her eyes. The client is told to recognize what comes up for him/her when thinking of an image; then the client is told to let it go while doing bilateral stimulation.

If you're looking for EMDR therapy in Pittsburgh or for a Pittsburgh EMDR therapist these professionals provide EMDR therapy, eye movement desensitization and reprocessing and EMDR treatment. They include EMDR therapists, EMDR psychologists, EMDR psychotherapists, and EMDR counselors.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Pittsburgh have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Pittsburgh you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Pittsburgh and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Pittsburgh or family therapy in Pittsburgh.