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Play Therapy Therapists in Pittsburgh

Michael F Langan, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with over 25 years experience working with children, adolescents, adults and families. I believe we all strive to feel a sense of belonging and to master any task before us. I view emotional, behavioral and relationship problems as distress signals indicating that current attempts at realizing important healthy strivings are not working. Repetitive, unsatisfying patterns of interaction can result, leaving everyone involved feeling discouraged, isolated and "stuck". This is usually when folks seek counseling for themselves or their loved ones.
Play Therapy
(412) 837-8125
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Elizabeth Reitz, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“I have specialized in treating children, adolescents, & families for 10 years. My goal is to form a meaningful alliance with a child and their family and to support them in learning new strategies to overcome their current challenges. I often treat children with symptoms of depression, anxiety, and ADHD. I help children to improve their social skills, self-esteem, ability to manage their emotions, and ability to be organized and focused. I help families to improve relationships with one another and to reduce conflict. I work closely with parents, schools, and physicians when appropriate to increase the effectiveness of treatment.
Play Therapy
(412) 213-5342
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
David Mente, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I have been working as a psychotherapist for over 25 years. I have worked with children, adolescents and adult clients over that time. I enjoy working with both individuals and families. A diagnosis or even a set of problems is less important to me than developing a good working relationship with my clients. Psychotherapy works for most people who make use of it. I expect those with whom I work to experience relief and that relief should begin soon after the start of our work together.
Play Therapy
(412) 532-1602
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Village Center for Holistic Therapy, Treatment Facility  in Pittsburgh
“We come to therapy for many different reasons. Maybe we've lost someone close to us. Maybe we feel disempowered and unmotivated at work and at home. Or we're drowning in rage. Or shame. Or fear. Maybe we have a tendency that interrupts our connections with others and our self-growth. Maybe we can't bring our selves to forgive. Or certain memories have hijacked our very being. But the most vital reason we come to therapy is that we want to grow: we have imagined something else and we want change. That in itself is momentous.
Play Therapy
(412) 727-8882
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15220
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Therapy can be a wonderful tool which helps you to look at your world and to find your place in it. I work by adapting therapy to you, based upon the matters you want to address. I strive to provide a non-judgmental, respectful, empathic environment where you can feel supported and comfortable focusing on your needs. I can help with diverse concerns such as depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, life stresses, attachment difficulties, parenting, relationship and family issues.
Play Therapy
(412) 228-0462
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
Gretchen Hannah Hoffer, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I view therapy not just as a way to address concerns or issues that one might have but as an opportunity to better understand yourself as a whole. When we take the time to explore how we act, think, and feel we are able to access new parts of ourselves and how we interact with others in our life. The process of therapy can be powerful and I can offer this opportunity for you to explore yourself and the things you want to change in your life in a setting that is supportive, non-judgemental, and welcoming.
Play Therapy
(412) 339-1787 x4
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15220
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.
Play Therapy
(412) 404-6283
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15220
Melissa Galiotto,   in Pittsburgh
“I began my career as a State and Nationally Licensed Therapist specializing in treating family's in conflict (2005). I am clinically trained and work with all modalities. My clients are children with anxieties/fears; enuresis; abuse; trauma; ADHD; Bipolar D/O. Young adults struggling with their coping skills or confusion about their future or relationships. Parents with parenting concerns. Couples or Adults repeating negative behavior patterns; relational issues; victims or perpetrators of abuse; fears/anxieties/depression and personality disorder traits. I have been an expert witness in Allegheny and three neighboring counties in regards to criminal, custody and misdemeanor cases.
Play Therapy
(412) 888-0452
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15238
Compassionate Counseling, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I am an active member of the American Counselors Association, and Associations for Creativity in Counseling/Child and Adolescent Counseling. My accreditation is through the NBCC and I am certified as a Distance Counselor I have extensive experience in working with individuals with anxiety, phobias, social anxiety, depression, ADHD, OCD, relationship issues, and oppositional defiance disorder. Therapies I use include Cognitive Behavioral, Solution-focused, and Reality therapy to address multiple problems experienced by individuals, couples, and families. Play therapy for children, can become a wonderful tool through which they can express their emotions, and work through issues and concerns in an age-appropriate manner.
Play Therapy
(412) 960-4870
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Ashley Lynn Dawson, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I believe that good therapy offers a time and place to help adults, children, couples and families navigate unresolved problems, conflicts, and emotional pain through non-judgmental support. The intention of our practice is to always provide a safe environment so that every client may achieve a pronounced sense of peace and fulfillment in their lives and in their relationships. Confidential appointments are now available with me or any of my professional colleagues on weekdays, evenings and weekends for individual therapy with adults, children, teenagers, marital and couples counseling, and family therapy.
Play Therapy
(412) 357-4621
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
Gretchen Boehm, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I know it is difficult to sit down with a stranger. I recognize and am empathetic to this feeling. I am open to those in need of a calm place and at times fun environment to be open, learn to cope and laugh in order to heal from those stressors and struggles which affect them most. Clients will be greeted with a smile, dignity and respect and treated to a relaxed environment which promotes comfort and acceptance.
Play Therapy
(412) 455-7491
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
“I was born and raised in Pittsburgh. I earned my doctorate at Nova University School of Professional Psychology, my Master's Degree at Duquesne University, and my Bachelor's Degree from Washington and Jefferson College. I completed an APA approved internship at the VA Medical Center in Salem Virginia. My almost thirty years experience is in both inpatient and outpatient psychotherapy, and have worked in private practice since 1985. I have extensive experience working with children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. I treat a variety of issues including anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, relationship issues, anger management, ADD/ADHD/ODD, loss, behavioral management, and thought disorders.
Play Therapy
(412) 906-9181
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Thank you for reading through my profile. My goal as a therapist is to help you find your own current strengths and coping strategies, capitalizing on the ones that work, and creating new ones if something is no longer working.
Play Therapy
(412) 564-0600
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15234
Sharna Olfman, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“I have special interests in relationships, parenting, work / life balance, depression, anxiety, recovery from trauma and holistic health. I conduct individual therapy with adults, adolescents and children, as well as couples and family therapy. I trained as a psychodynamic (insight oriented) therapist, but I use other therapy modalities as needed. Please visit my website for more information about my background and interests. www.insightpittsburg.org (click link to the left)
Play Therapy
(412) 567-4652
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15218
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.
Play Therapy
(412) 567-9375
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15218
Gloria J Rodriguez-Ransom, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I have been in practice for over 15+ years. I service the early childhood population and have a specialty in children with Autism (0-6). But you cannot help any child without helping the parents first. I have serviced individuals, couples and families and help them unravel the story of how they became to be and what they would like to be in the future. Through my professional training and personal experience of raising 3 children (10, 14 and 16) I have learned that marriage and relationships take time and effort. Let's have a conversation and see what we can learn from each other.
Play Therapy
(412) 532-4587
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15208
Gina Niewodowski, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“We all have inner strength. Rollo May, a well known psychologist wrote, "Finding the center of strength within ourselves, is in the long run, the best contribution we can make to our fellow man". As a professional counselor, my role is to help you find and use your strengths so you can live a healthy and purposeful life.
Play Therapy
(412) 727-8266
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
Csilla Fischer, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I would like to accompany you to walk the path from chaos to purpose. I am a certified clinical trauma professional, who can help you with anxiety, trauma, depression, physical, sexual and emotional abuse, neglect and unmet developmental needs. I have worked in a large variety of settings, cultures and with various age groups. My approach to therapy is eclectic, utilizing a variety of techniques and connecting them with psycho-education. I tailor treatment to individual needs and comfort levels: helping clients strengthen and speed up the healing process in a safe and relaxed environment.
Play Therapy
(412) 567-6308
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15221
Kendra Renee Kitko, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have extensive training in theories and techniques related to the treatment of trauma; including Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, the leading evidence based treatment. I find my work with survivors of abuse to be particularly rewarding and feel humbled by each client's willingness to share his/her experience with me. In addition to working with victims of trauma, I am also passionate about and skilled in working with children and adolescents. The use of play and art therapy techniques allows me to easily engage with children and reach them through their natural forms of expression.
Play Therapy
(412) 564-4433
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15232
Deborah Gilman, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“The world we live in often places extraordinary demands on individuals and families. Psychotherapy can be a wonderful process through which you learn skills and strategies to increase coping and adjustment. Although I have a strong background in cognitive behavioral therapy techniques, I frequently incorporate dialectical behavioral, emotion-focused, and solution-focused strategies to help you THINK GOOD & FEEL GOOD!
Play Therapy
(412) 455-6924
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15238

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Play Therapy Therapists
Generally for children ages 3 to 11, play therapy is a form of counseling that relies on play to help therapists communicate with children and understand their mental health. Because children develop cognitive skills before language skills, play is an effective way to understand a child. The therapist may observe a child playing with toys--such as playhouses and dolls--to understand the child's behavior and identify issues.

If you're looking for Play therapy in Pittsburgh or for a Pittsburgh Play therapist these professionals provide play therapy, play therapy children, child play therapy, play therapy for children, sandplay therapy, family play therapy and group play therapy. They include Play therapists, Play psychologists, Play psychotherapists and Play 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.