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Therapists in Lancaster County

Niki Cartwright, Counselor  in Columbia
“My mission is to provide personalized, high-quality care to children and their family members, as well as to couples seeking to better their relationships, in a holistic manner. During my 16+ years of working with children and their families, I have discovered that problematic behaviors change with the right circumstances, and can completely change the dynamic of the family. I have developed a unique view of individual, relationship, and family dynamics through my work in community behavioral health.
(610) 806-3448
Columbia, Pennsylvania 17512
Gary L Lord, Psychologist  in Lancaster
“Dr. Gary Lord is a seasoned clinical psychologist who specializes in treating, individuals, couples, and families. He works from a Biblically-Based Perceptive and is passionate about helping all types of people. The focus of his practice is individual therapy, couples & marriage counseling and helping individuals achieve healthy, effective, rich, godly lives. Dr. Lord's most effective work has been with individuals and couples helping them to better manage their conflicts, stress, anger, anxiety and depression, and achieve a deep, rich, satisfying life & loving relationships. I provide a comfortable, safe and convenient location just off of Rte 30 & Oregon Pike.
(717) 260-3807
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601
Retreat at Lancaster County, Treatment Facility  in Ephrata
“Retreat at Lancaster County offers high quality, comprehensive outpatient treatment services. Retreat's program includes partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient and general outpatient on a daily basis. In addition, IOP is offered in the evening for those unable to attend during the day. We are here to help and accept most major insurances. Retreat's PHP offers enhanced structure and additional therapy to individuals in need of daily treatment while still residing at home or in a Sober Living environment. This day treatment program is offered as a transition from inpatient treatment, to offer sober structure and healthy peer support. IOP, offered daily, allows for continued treatment in a structured environment. Flexible programming, including evening sessions, is provided to accommodate any work or school schedule. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS Group Therapy Individual Therapy Relapse Prevention Life Skills 12-Step Integration Licensed Clinicians Most Major Insurances Accepted Courtesy Transportation Available
(717) 268-4851
Ephrata, Pennsylvania 17522
Rosa A. Cabezas Fetterman, Psychologist  in Mount Joy
“I have over 25 years of clinical experience in treating depression, bipolar disorders, anxiety, eating disorders, ADHD, PTSD/trauma, grief issues and relationship conflicts. I obtained my Doctor of Psychology degree at Rutgers University. I provide a comprehensive treatment approach that integrates cognitive behavior therapy with experiential and psychoeducational strategies. Faith and spiritual issues may also be incorporated in your therapy experience. I consider myself to be open, flexible and compassionate with an intuitive ability to understand and connect with my clients.
(717) 271-7209 x9
Mount Joy, Pennsylvania 17552
D Pauline Zimmerman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Lancaster
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MSN, CNS-BC, LMFT
“I am interested in various issues connected with relationships with individuals, couples, and families at all ages. I am a family therapist. I use my nursing background to be sensitive and knowledgeable to the total person: physical, nutritional, social, cognitively, behavioral and spiritual. I aim at addressing each person's and each family concerns, enhance the quality of relationships, and promote social connecting. At the first session I make an assessment to determine the current events and other factors that may affect the situation. When medications and physical examinations are needed, I coordinate with physicians, psychiatrists, and Certified Registered Nurse Practitioners.
(717) 745-1488
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601
Family Resource & Counseling Centers, Inc., Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Gap
“Since 1992, we have stood by families and individuals to nurture hope and facilitate healing. FRCC offers professional counseling services, both traditional counseling services and faith based counseling services. By promoting hope and healing, our trained professional caring counselors and staff welcome and serve all who seek our services. We are able to work with all age groups from young children though older adults, offering various types and focuses to our counseling. We accept many insurances (major and local brands) and have a sliding scale payment structure. Our intake coordinator can help you start the counseling process.
(717) 921-7534
Gap, Pennsylvania 17527
Stephanie A Swann, Counselor  in Lititz
“I have been in Private Practice for over 10 years and enjoy working with adults, adolescents and children. My focus is on accessing the creative qualities of the person, and working to transcend the individual to a more productive, healthful way of living and thinking. Interventions used vary, but can include Cognitive Behavioral and Dialectical Behavioral techniques, Solutions-based, Skill-building, Behavioral Management, Play and Sand Tray Therapy techniques and Music Therapy. A graduate of the Leadership Lancaster's 2003 Core Class, I enjoy serving in our community. I'm an avid hiker and enjoy any type of live music.
(717) 798-9689 x1
Lititz, Pennsylvania 17543
Heidi Scott, Counselor  in Quarryville
“I am the owner of Morning Star Counseling, LLC and I treat individuals, couples, and families utilizing evidenced based practices and a solution-focused approach to treatment. Individuals of all ages find healing and peace through the discovery of truth, integrity and passion.
(717) 673-8943
Quarryville, Pennsylvania 17566
Linda J Noll, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Leola
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I have worked in the helping professions for 25 years. I treat all ages and have experience with a wide variety of issues. I am compassionate and gentle but have enough training to be a powerful agent for change. Clients say they feel they can say anything to me. Areas of specialty are mood, relational issues and trauma. Trauma can be small things like being called names to big things like witnessing the death of a loved one. Due to advanced training in brief therapy, I often have a shorter treatment time before clients meet their goals.
(717) 207-9846
Leola, Pennsylvania 17540
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I've had the honor of working with individuals, couples, and families for the past twenty-five years. I take a systems approach to therapy, i.e., everyone is a part of a system. Change is most successful when the client(s) & I understand the important roles and rules of the system, and the interactions that have created the current situation. I help clients deal with issues of pre-marital and marital therapy, family conflict, depression, incest & sexual abuse survival, adolescence, women's and men's mental, physical and emotional health. L,G,B,T friendly.
(717) 889-7180
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601
Joanne Pantanella, LCSW, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lancaster
“I believe that people have within them, the strength and resources that they need to address and resolve problems in living. Whether the issue is trauma, anxiety, depression, or other disorder or the person is a child, adolescent, or adult, there is hope for successfully overcoming life's challenges. I am committed to providing excellent therapeutic care by partnering with people to discover those hidden strengths and resources that can be channelled to successfully meet treatment goals that have been identified by the individual (or parent when the client is a child).
(717) 689-2831
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601
Laura Moore, Counselor  in Lancaster
“Please allow me to introduce myself. I am Dr. Laura Moore. I have 20 years of experience "encouraging you". I use a holistic approach which integrates cognitive, faith, and motivational strategies to help individuals gain insight, health and independence. I enjoy working with professionals or caretakers of others. Teaching couples or corporate clients communication or stress management skills is what I do. I particularly enjoy working with doctors, corporate executives, nurses and teachers. "I know the plans I have for you. Plans to prosper, not to harm you. Plans to give you a hope and a future." Jer.29:11
(717) 875-4217
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601
Hannah Avers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lancaster
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I believe in the process of therapy and that healing and change are possible! I utilize a strengths-based and holistic approach in my work and believe that therapy should be a collaborative process where we are working together to find solutions to the struggles you are facing. I enjoy seeing diverse populations and have worked extensively with young adults, teenagers, and survivors of trauma and domestic violence. I look forward to hearing from you and helping you on your path to wellness and recovery!
(717) 308-5263
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601
Jonathan M Gransee, Psychologist  in Lancaster
“My practice focuses on therapy and psychological evaluations. In terms of psychological evaluations, I have experience in multiple types, including Child Custody Evaluations, Parenting Competency Evaluations, UD DOT Return-to-duty evaluations, evaluations on children and adolescents, and evaluations for other purposes. My goal is to provide you with an excellent evaluation in a timely manner (1-2 weeks) at a reasonable cost. In terms of therapy, I am of the belief that if you understand yourself better, you can help yourself. Therefore, my goal is to help you to understand yourself, and to develop more skills to cope.
(717) 889-7003
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603
Silvija Seamon, Counselor  in Lancaster
Counselor, MA, NCC, BSL
“I support clients identifying their strengths while working through their struggles and reaching their goals toward personal growth, empowerment and healing. I welcome my clients with empathy, respect, and genuine interest about their life journey. Working with all age groups, I utilize a range of therapeutic approaches striving to meet client's individual needs. I provide therapy for depression, anxiety, loss and grief, and adjustment to life changes. I also support clients who need to increase their frustration tolerance and anger management skills.
(717) 985-7039
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603
Donald H Olsen, Psychologist  in Denver
“You can find help here if you want to stop your destructive behavior, be it sexual addiction, internet addiction (with or without pornography), gambling addiction, etc. I use a gentle, non-judgemental approach, with support and achievable goals. The hopeless feelings of addiction CAN be turned toward a happier, more serene and productive life. Partners (spouses) and others close to those suffering from all forms of addiction are also welcome. We offer a program of education and counseling to help family members find their own peace, while maximizing their potential to help their addicted loved one in a successful recovery.
(717) 382-8433
Denver, Pennsylvania 17517
“Our practice is highly experienced in the treatment of Mental Health and Addiction issues. We have provided training in these areas for over 25 years and continue to learn about the latest and most successful outcomes. We know to put you the client first and work to understand the pain and confusion you may be feeling. We have helped many clients through our services.
(717) 916-5190
Millersville, Pennsylvania 17551
Jordan E Cupelli Knight, Counselor  in Lancaster
“I am passionate about walking beside people on their journey to wellness. I believe strongly in the mind/ body/ spiritual connection to wellness as my treatment practices have been strengthened by 12-step principles. I am committed to treating and empowering patients through the therapeutic alliance, cognitive behavioral therapy and a solution oriented approach. I bring an authentic, supportive, empowering, and strengths based approach. Though I treat a range of disorders and emotional difficulties, my specialties are in trauma & resiliency, codependency, self-esteem, women's issues, identity and sexuality issues, families impacted by addiction, body image, and eating disorders.
(717) 473-4580
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601
Retreat at Lancaster County, Treatment Facility  in Ephrata
“Retreat is located on 24 wooded, serene acres providing the ideal setting for the early stages of recovery. The 120 bed campus includes common areas, dining room, treatment center, gymnasium, fitness center and patient rooms featuring locally handmade Amish furniture, full size beds, granite counters and ceramic tile showers.
(717) 801-1447
Ephrata, Pennsylvania 17522
Patricia Gready, Psychologist  in Manheim
“Life presents many challenges to us, and while some amount of stress, anxiety and sadness is to be expected, when we are overwhelmed by these feelings it can interfere with our relationships and sense of well-being. As a clinical psychologist I have training that allows me to consider how your brain, mind, body, and relationships all work together to shape your life. I consider how your thoughts, feelings, experiences, behaviors, and social connections all work together.
(717) 208-8049
Manheim, Pennsylvania 17545
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Lancaster 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 Lancaster County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Lancaster County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Lancaster County or family therapy in Lancaster County.

How to find a specialist?
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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.