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Therapists in Lancaster County

Ken Nappier, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Manheim
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MAMFT
“I feel privileged to work with clients on a wide range of issues, always with compassion and understanding. I specialize with couples experiencing conflict and distress. My therapeutic approach is focused on developing the inner strengths and resources of people, whatever the presenting problem.
(717) 502-4091
Manheim, Pennsylvania 17545
Retreat at Lancaster County, Treatment Facility  in Ephrata
“Dealing with drug or alcohol addiction and recovery can be a difficult process often accompanied by feelings of hopelessness and helplessness. Those already dealing with alcohol or drug dependence may not have the coping mechanisms needed to properly heal during this time. Many mental health professionals often identify five stages of grief - denial, bargaining, anger, depression and acceptance. Since some of these emotions often overlap with the addiction process, treatment for both can often be achieved at the same time, but it takes special attention to these unique circumstances to obtain a successful outcome. At The Retreat, we have designed a program that focuses on rehabilitating those that require such extra care and strength to get through their addiction. Track groups meet Monday through Friday Individual sessions with clinical specialists, available daily Holistic component. RECOVERY PLANNING - Focus on developing sober support Learning to make changes in daily living to support recovery LIVING THE SOLUTION - FOCUS ON SOBRIETY Focus on taking a proactive approach in the first year of sobriety Learning to see the world through new sober eyes. RELAPSE PREVENTION- Learning to identify triggers for relapse and developing an action plan Learning how to identify stages of relapse
(717) 983-4744
Ephrata, Pennsylvania 17522
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW, MSW, MEd
“I hope to work with insightful, motivated clients who desire a real change in their life. Together, I hope to assist clients working toward their own personal goals by challenging, motivating, and supporting clients through life's struggles. Along with this, I hope to promote my clients' ability to be honest and reflective of themselves, and thus with others, to increase intimacy, vulnerability, and meaningful relationships.
(717) 759-4276 x8
Willow Street, Pennsylvania 17584
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) 850-9357
Ephrata, Pennsylvania 17522
Robin E Cain, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lancaster
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My work is based on the belief that healing is the intended purpose of relationships in our lives. Much of my experience has been with children and families that have known early trauma and loss including adoption and attachment issues. I work with children, teens and adults in individual or family settings with general behavioral issues, the daily struggles of anxiety, depression, learning and social challenges, loss, and interpersonal violence. I teach healthy coping and interpersonal skills and use art, books, and other methods. The goal is a place of safety to support each person's healing journey.
(866) 938-9748 x1289
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601
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
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
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
Stewart T Craig, Counselor  in Lancaster
Counselor, MEd
“I have 20 years experience with adolescents and teenagers in various settings (i.e. schools, residential treatment facilities and community outreach services). My counseling experience has presented me with opportunities to counsel people from a variety of backgrounds. I have provided therapy for families, individuals and therapeutic groups. My goal is to identify maladaptive patterns and assist with tailoring a plan focusing on change.
(717) 896-6027
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17602
Kari L Slater, Counselor  in Millersville
“I work with clients to instill hope and inspire change through the use of a holistic, strengths-based approach to counseling that addresses the mind-body connection in addition to challenging unhealthy thought patterns and behaviors.
(717) 268-4656
Millersville, Pennsylvania 17551
Upward Call Counseling Services, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lancaster
“I have been the Director of Upward Call Counseling Services, also operating as Shepherd's Touch, for 20+ years. Our counselors offer a variety of specialized care. I counsel individuals, families and couples we well as groups.
(717) 205-2137
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601
Jean Ferguson, Licensed Psychologist, LLC, Psychologist  in Lancaster
“Would you like help to build your clarity and confidence to strengthen your health and well being? I will support you to learn about your physical, psychological, emotional, and spiritual interconnection, and how to develop greater calm and compassion toward yourself and others. In our humanness we try to cope the ways we have learned to survive, and may be more extreme than necessary when coming from fear to protect ourselves. If you experience internal conflict, uncertainty or confusion, or symptoms of anxiety and depression, or behavior and patterns of behavior which you would like to change, call me.
(717) 208-8142
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601
Take Heart Counseling & Equine Assisted Therapy  in Akron
“I offer traditional counseling, in which I draw from an eclectic variety of therapeutic techniques, as well as equine assisted therapy sessions at Take Heart. I am passionate about helping individuals and families overcome a variety of struggles and find mental, emotional, and spiritual wholeness. Contact me today to learn more about how Take Heart can help you or your family.
(717) 839-2864
Akron, Pennsylvania 17501
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
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
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
Michael F. Mayers, Psychologist  in Lancaster
“I am most interested in working with those who are ready for change. I firmly believe that if an individual or couple is ready for growth I can help. There are many potential paths for each of us in life though we can often use an objective and nonjudgmental perspective to help us find the best path. I can provide that perspective along with evidence based techniques to guide you through. I have extensive experience with anxiety, depression, couples concerns, parenting issues, and chronic pain management. For more information please visit my website linked below my photo.
(717) 303-3685
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601
Daena Longenecker  in Mount Joy
“Facilitating healing in relationships and families drives my work as a marriage and family therapist. I love the powerful potentialities available for clients through our work together. Further, I am mindful to carefully listen to my clients and then collaborate with them to form goals for our work together in therapy. I understand that my clients need a safe place to experience the richness of life available when they feel heard and validated in relationship.
(717) 417-4884
Mount Joy, Pennsylvania 17552
Joseph H Lucas, Counselor  in Lancaster
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PsyD, LPC, ABSNP, CSP
“The holidays are coming soon, are you sad, anxious and/or need support. Dr. Lucas can help you. Dr. Lucas is a very grounded, down to earth person with a history of developing strong relationships and trust with his clients. His treatment focus is research proven; Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). CBT is a powerful treatment that teaches clients to change their thoughts, feelings AND behaviors. We work to make changes NOW. Dr. Lucas can help to quickly reduce and/or eliminate suffering. Dr. Lucas CAN help YOU. Therapeutic specialties in treating Anxiety, Depression, Anger & Stress Management and more.
(717) 814-3614
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601
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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?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, such as a child psychologist or sex therapist, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

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.