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Hypnotherapy Therapists in Delaware County

Kelly Ozambela, Psychologist  in Media
“My style as a therapist is warm, encouraging, and insightful. I strive to establish a collaborative and trusting therapeutic alliance as a base to proceed in attaining the essential insights and understanding you are seeking. While deep insights are often a precursor to change our unhelpful patterns of thinking and relating, my clients often need immediate interventions that provide rapid relief from distressing and debilitating symptoms. My clients thus, find me skilled at integrating a variety of therapeutic approaches that can result in you discovering and actualizing your best self and finding immediate relief across a wide range of vulnerabilities.
Michelle (Shelly) Pinnell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Powell
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW
“Modern life is overwhelming and difficult at times! I will walk beside you, whether as an individuals, couple, or family to solve issues and heal blocks to being the best you can be. The hallmark of my counseling style is to facilitiate learning that goes beyond a "head" level, and is also integrated in the heart. I will teach you techniques, such as EFT and hypnosis, which you can use in your daily lives to eliminate symptoms, feel better, and interact more effectively with those around you.
“Hello. My goal is to provide a relationship which will enable you to experience a reliable place of safety, non-judgement, curiosity and exploration. We will work to make meaning and sense of what is, and cultivate the capacity to be centered and "awake" no matter what the circumstances. Each of us has developed ways of being often based on old patterns from childhood. I will help you unravel the narrative of the past while being engaged in the present, moving you to more effectively be able to make choices and live life from a place of awareness and compassion.
Mary Pat Mazda, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Wayne
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, RN, MSS, LCSW, BCD
“I am a psychotherapist and registered nurse with training in medical hypnosis and gestalt therapy utilizing an intellectual and experiential approach to help come to terms with the past while moving powerfully into the future. I develop a treatment plan with goals to improve self-esteem, gain awareness and cope with life's challenges. I believe in a mind/body holistic approach and may utilize medical hypnosis to recruit the powerful subconscious as an ally to achieve a desired goal. I have specialty training in sexual abuse recovery as well as treatment of addictions (substance abuse, sex, love, work, shopping, eating). Any questions please call 610 344-7750.
Bill Frederick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Muncie
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
“I work with individuals, couples, and families to find and utilize strengths that support growth for emotional and physical well-being. I work with parents to help find and use positive, constructive methods of dealing with behavior issues. Using state-of-the-art tools, I ask for client feedback at each session to monitor client progress and quality of sessions to make sure you, the client, are getting what you want and need to help in your path towards better mental health, and higher quality of life. It is reasonable to expect some positive change by the third session.
Lisa Brenner-Hypnosis,   in Media
“When you enjoy a hypnotherapy experience you benefit from a deeply relaxed, yet mentally focused state. You remain in control while allowing abundant opportunities for positive growth. The term "hypnosis" is derived from the Greek "hypnos" meaning sleep. In reality you are awake enjoying a brainwave state similar to peaceful meditation. In Lisa's practice each client's uniqueness is appreciated and all sessions are individualized. Hypnosis can help with smoking cessation, stress and anxiety release, preparation for medical procedures, childbirth preparation, irritable bowel syndrome and much more. It can also be a profound tool for introspection and personal transformation.
Miriam Franco, Psychologist  in Wayne
“In my practice with adults, I address a range of issues from emotional stress, grief, anxiety, depression, relational issues, and couples' concerns. I also specialize in helping people cope with health conditions and chronic illness. I incorporate a psycho-dynamic and relational analytic orientation to my work. I engage clients in a process of greater reflection and mindfulness and guide them to learn how to lower reactivity, stress and anxiety. I provide a holistic approach including reducing symptoms that limit quality of life and improving one's awareness of self-experiences that hinder greater personal freedom, growth and healing.
Springfield Psychological, Psychologist  in Media
“We are a friendly and professional mental health practice that has been providing outstanding and affordable therapy for adults, couples, families, teens, and children since 1985. Our compassionate and caring team of licensed clinicians offer diverse expertise and are dedicated to helping people manage life's challenges as well as realize their full potential. With three locations in Springfield, Havertown, and West Chester as well as flexible scheduling options, we are able to offer appointments during the daytime, evening and weekends for your convenience. In addition, we accept most insurance plans. Please visit our website for directions to all three locations.
Springfield Psychological, Psychologist  in Havertown
“We are a friendly and professional mental health practice that has been providing outstanding and affordable therapy for adults, couples, families, teens, and children since 1985. . In addition, we accept most insurance plans. Please visit our website for directions to all three locations. Our licensed therapists are able to provide therapy, psychological evaluations, and testing to families, groups, and individuals of all ages. Our compassionate and caring team of licensed clinicians offer diverse expertise and are dedicated to helping people manage life's challenges as well as realize their full potential.
Barbara J Dennison, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Powell
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LISW-S
“Dr. Dennison assists naturally strong and capable people when times are challenging. You can make positive life changes with a focus on mind, body and spiritual well-being.
(614) 504-8007
Sarah Murphy,   in Bryn Mawr
“Would you like to thrive and clear the obstacles holding you back? Old patterns that keep you from thriving can be lodged in your body, mind, and spirit. For more than five years I have helped clients clear fear and stress, overcome trauma, clear hurts and grief, resolve relationship issues, navigate illness, and develop a more clear connection with their inner knowing. They change their lives, and they flourish.
Eileen M Casaccio, Psychologist  in Rosemont
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist and help individuals who are experiencing: anxiety, depression, relationship issues, grief and loss, issues related to chronic illness, and low self esteem. In a respectful and collaborative way, we decide together how to best work toward your goals for therapy. I hope to be a worthy guide on your journey of self discovery, that leads to not only relief of symptoms, but a more fulfilling life in which you find your unique place in the world.
“Helping you help yourself. You have all of the answers to your problems and concerns but may need assistance in understanding and clarifying what you know. I can help you develop the life skills and life style that you desire. Working together, we identify patterns of thoughts and behaviors that are no longer useful or beneficial and develop new ways of relating to people and situations that arise in your life. You build on your strengths and abilities to create a calmer, more peaceful and more productive life.
“I practice a multi-modal approach which includes relational therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy and hypnotherapy, when indicated, in a family systems context. My approach is direct, problem solving oriented and skills building. Often my therapy attempts to increase a sense of well-being while increasing competence and mastery in engaging in the challenges of life.
Emily Kahn-Freedman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Drexel Hill
“Are you struggling to stay in a frustrating relationship? Do you feel lonely even though you have a partner? I have experience working with a wide range of problems including communication, sexuality, betrayal, grief, anger, anxiety, and disability. I love to help couples and families rediscover their joy in being together. I can help people better understand and express their emotions, and learn to better control their reactions in stressful relationships. The therapy relationship can help individuals and couples to heal old wounds.
Jane K Rosen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rosemont
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW, BCD, MEd
“My practice style is problem-solving and goal-oriented. I utilize a psychodynamic/cognitive behavioral treatment methodology and incorporate a systems approach when dealing with individual and family psychopathology. I design and develop treatment plans tailored to individual needs while establishing short and long-term goals. With all of my clients, I provide a warm, sensitive, and supportive environment so that we can work together in a problem-solving way and find solutions to interpersonal difficulties. My style tends to be positive, interactive, direct, and empowering.
Melanie A Wilson, Psychologist  in Bryn Mawr
“Are you worried about your child or teen? Maybe the school has called you in for a meeting or maybe your child has asked to "talk to someone." Young people experience so many demands today. Now... add some trauma to the mix, such as major loss, illness, or divorce, and we're liable to see a "perfect storm" of distress in the family. Children and parents can feel sadness, anger, shame, guilt, anxiety, and confusion. Symptoms can include behavior or academic problems, risky behaviors, substance use, arguments, or other alienating communication in family members.
Nate Prentice, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Drexel Hill
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, CAS-PC
“I get it. You want the pain to leave you alone. But what you are trying isn't working well. I love helping people change their relationship with the pain, be it depression, anxiety, trauma, spirituality issues, or other issues. I bring you 25+ years of experience and training helping thousands of individuals, families, and couples face situations where they just need some guidance on these things. I do this with people in a caring, non-confrontational, non-judgmental, and genuine way, while teaching you techniques to help you in your situation. Let me help you heal from your pain.
Diane C Stowe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lansdowne
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“Are you willing to get to know yourself better? Are you willing to learn more about why you do the things you do, to be thoughtful about yourself? Are willing to change? Are you willing to accept that some changes come easier than others? If so, I will listen and assist you with this. Sometimes it is a matter of learning simple techniques and other times it is a matter of getting to know yourself better, gaining a new perspective, and making new choices by experimenting with new or other ideas and behaviors to see what works for you now.
“Our mission is to provide the community with highly trained Certified Hypnotherapy Professionals. Our practitioners will, in conjunction with local medical and health care professionals, aid individuals with specific challenges and procedures.

Hypnotherapy Therapists
Hypnotherapy focuses on hypnosis, the Greek term for sleep. The practice uses exercises that relax people, bringing them to an altered state of consciousness. This process focuses on mastering self-awareness. Through trance-like analysis, hypnosis decreases blood pressure and heart rate, putting one's physical body at ease. Working with memories, hypnotherapy helps a person to reframe, relax, absorb, dissociate, respond, and reflect. The process reconstructs healthier associations with a person's past events. Dealing with a wide range of conditions (and pain), people become responsive to new solutions that can lead to personal development through hypnotherapy.

If you're looking for Hypnotherapy in Delaware County or for a Delaware County Hypno therapist these professionals provide hypnotherapy, hypnosis hypnotherapy, hypnotherapy weight loss, smoking hypnotherapy and clinical hypnotherapy. They include clinical hypnotherapists in Delaware County plus Hypno therapists, Hypno psychologists, Hypno psychotherapists and Hypno counselors.

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

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