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Grief Therapists in Lehigh County
Bereavement, Loss, Mourning

Elizabeth Vega Casey, Counselor  in Coopersburg
“**FIRST SESSION FREE** The decision to enter into counseling can be a daunting one. And that is only the beginning. Then you must chose a counselor. I would like to take some of the risk out of that decision with this offer. The therapeutic relationship is just that, a relationship. And we know that there are some folks with whom we connect more easily. The second appointment would be by mutual decision. I am a "seasoned" therapist with 25 plus years of counseling experience. I utilize an eclectic approach, combining different counseling methods with a down to earth style.
Grief
(484) 498-4612
Office is near:
Coopersburg, Pennsylvania 18036
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LPC, CAC
“Are you struggling with losses or challenges in your life? Do you want to change but you feel blocked? We can work together to help you overcome the obstacles that are holding you back from enjoying your life and accomplishing your goals. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with over 30 years experience working with clients to improve their lives. I work with adults and specialize in helping with issues of grief, loss, change, recovery, and finding meaning in today's world . I also work with people who are blocked creatively or who are trying to change professional direction.
Grief
(610) 915-8307
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18102
Roberta R. Penn, Psychologist  in Emmaus
“I want to help every person find strength and develop resilience to enhance functioning and pleasure, and to learn how to find positives in relationships. I do believe that happiness is a decision and that we all have choices in how we look at circumstances, for the most part. I am a part of a multidisciplinary private practice and have been counseling individuals, couples and families for over 25 years, bringing to my work a deep appreciation for the life cycle and generational issues involving change and loss.
Grief
(610) 965-6418 x107
Emmaus, Pennsylvania 18049
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“When the problems of life become overwhelming, the decision to call a therapist is a significant step. As a licensed psychotherapist with over twenty five years of experience, I offer compassionate, individualized treatment for stress and anxiety, depression, anger issues, grief and loss, relationships, divorce adjustment, life transitions, work place issues,and self-esteem issues. My approach is to work together with you to enhance your strengths, self understanding and enable you to resolve your concerns, in a confidential office setting.
Grief
(610) 915-8723
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18195
Pam Fullerton, Counselor  in Emmaus
“I have a great deal of respect for those who enter counseling. My clients would tell you that I provide a caring, nonjudgmental, safe and warm environment for our work together. I view our work together as collaborative, meaning that we create a dialogue that will allow you to explore the areas of your life that are important to you. I provide a strong sense of intuition, genuineness, and respect for you and your work in therapy. I seek to understand and provide guidance in the areas of your life that you wish to explore.
Grief
(610) 915-8011
Emmaus, Pennsylvania 18049
Timothy C Demott, Psychologist  in Allentown
“I have provided my clients with, caring, confidential counseling for over 25 years. My work with clients combines Client Centered,Cognitive, Behavioral, and Family Systems approaches to custom fit therapy to the unique needs of each one of my clients. I assist those I work with in discovering the inner strengths that can empower them to make the positive changes necessary to live healthier, happier lives.
Grief
(610) 915-8745
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104
Rosanne B McGinn, Psychologist  in Allentown
“I am interested in working with a variety of people and problems. I am a generalist, I do not specialize. I work with individuals, couples, families and groups. I like to work with teenagers and on up in age. I have been in the psychology field for over 30 years. Currently, my practice consists of adults with relationship issues, anxiety and depression problems. I have several couples in treatment now; I am working with teenagers with school and family concerns. I am seeing men who are stressed with job, marital and family concerns. I help people recovering from substance abuse.
Grief
(610) 336-0775
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104
Debra J Romberger, Counselor  in Allentown
“As a solution-based cognitive therapist, my treatment approach is to provide a safe nurturing environment to assist clients as they are faced by daily struggles and long-standing issues.
Grief
(610) 915-8114
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18103
Kathleen Coughlin & Associates, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Allentown
“At times we all need help sorting through the complexities of life. We can help you to understand your feelings, sort through difficult situations & connect with your inner wisdom so you can make healthy choices in your life. Our group is dedicated to providing you with the personal care you deserve. In our caring environment, you will receive guidance from sensitive & respectful professionals. We have come together to form our group practice because of our commitment and common goal to provide quality care to our clients. Please visit our website at: www.kcoughlinandassociates.com and click "Meet Our Professionals"
Grief
(484) 283-2121
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18101
Samantha Pastier  in Allentown
“I am a marriage and family therapist who believes that in any dynamic, whether it is in couples, family, or individual counseling; in order to achieve a healthy lifestyle it is a journey and every journey starts with one step. The first step is seeking help with a therapist that knows and understands what you are going through. Throughout my work as a therapist, I have worked with a diverse group of individuals in a wide array of settings. Working with a diverse population, I have learned and truly believe that it takes a collaborative approach to treatment in order to achieve a healthy lifestyle.
Grief
(717) 967-8309
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104
Gerald J Rodriguez, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Allentown
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW, BCD
“I treat English speaking only. I am most comfortable helping people identify & remove barriers that contribute to depression, anger & anxiety. I teach behavior strategies and skills so people can implement them to improve the quality of interpersonal relationships, improve mood and overall quality of life. Communication, negotiation and compromising skills are essential to improve as we work to resolve life issues.
Grief
(484) 212-1412
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18103
Janet Grossner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Allentown
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I encourage you to take the first step and begin to feel better. I am a licensed psychotherapist with 25 years of experience who has developed insight and wisdom about the problems which confront preteens, adolescents and adults. I have a general individual psychotherapy practice with experience treating preteen, adolescent and adult depression, anxiety, self esteem, and relationship issues. I also work with family and parenting issues with respect for the many complex difficulties that face families at this time. I offer a compassionate and caring approach utilizing a variety of psychotherapy techniques determined by individual needs and issues.
Grief
(610) 915-8623
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18195
Marisa Lawrence, Art Therapist  in Wescosville
“My practice combines compassion and creativity to connect with individuals and families. It is through this connection that I will guide one through life's challenges and assist individuals and families in discovering and focusing on one's strengths and potential for growth. My own experiences, as a parent of a special needs child, have enriched my work as a therapist and helped me gain a richer understanding of the importance of a strong support system. Therefore, I strongly believe in working hard to help individuals and families feel supported during the various joys and adversities of life.
Grief
(484) 870-9056
Wescosville, Pennsylvania 18106
Madeleine Langman, Psychologist  in Allentown
“I see myself as a mirror of my clients' potential. I look for positive qualities in each person, and encourage them to draw on these strengths. I help my clients achieve increased self-understanding, and work toward personal goals. I am a compassionate listener, and an active participant in the counseling process.
Grief
(610) 915-8755
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104
“I provide individual therapy, group therapy, and psychological evaluations for a wide range of presenting psychological issues. I also provide drug and alcohol and behavioral health services. I adhere to an integrationist theoretical orientation, involving humanistic, Gestalt, interpersonal, and cognitive-behavioral approaches and the transtheoretical change model. I work to integrate these theories into a cohesive and flexible approach to the ever-evolving presentations of unique clients. These qualities help me meet clients' needs and understand where they are in terms of readiness for change. I find this approach to psychotherapy to be helpful for promoting client growth and change.
Grief
(610) 813-2791
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18109
Jeffrey Knauss, Psychologist  in Allentown
“I am in full time private practice. Approximately 70% of my caseload is children and adolescents. Treatment is a combination of individual and family therapy. Therapeutic board games are often utilized with children. I am a nationally and state certified school psychologist and do testing for learning disabilities. Psychological testing including personality assessment is an area of interest.
Grief
(484) 257-9574
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104
Tyson Davis, Psychologist  in Fogelsville
“Hello. My name is Dr. Tyson Davis, and I'm a licensed psychologist. I work from a psychodynamic perspective, which means that my approach to therapy focuses on understanding people more deeply in order to effect changes that are lasting. I believe each person has intrinsic worth and value, and I view therapy as a deeply meaningful relationship where people may become known as they truly are. It is only within such an open and accepting context that I believe people can begin to experience themselves in a new way.
Grief
(484) 842-0460
Fogelsville, Pennsylvania 18051
Jaclyn Davis  in Allentown
“I see my role as a therapist as helping clients discover their true selves by helping them see how their past and current relational experiences impact them. I believe that therapy should be a nonjudgmental place in which people feel comfortable to explore aspects of themselves that they may keep hidden from others. Through the transforming power of a therapeutic relationship, people can heal from past wounds and discover ways of having better relationships in the present.
Grief
(484) 851-2999
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18103
Judith Snyder, Counselor  in Allentown
“Feeling stressed out, overwhelmed, and not sure which way to turn? I will help you sort through your issues and find solutions to the challenges you face. My approach is to help you build on your strengths during a treatment process that is tailored to your unique and specific needs.
Grief
(610) 365-1523
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104
Heather Evans, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Coopersburg
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Heather Evans has had diverse experience with children, adolescents, and adults. Using an eclectic, goal-directed approach with some emphasis on cognitive-behavioral techniques, she seeks to facilitate growth and change. She welcomes clients of all religions and backgrounds. Through individual, marriage and family therapy, the interventions are designed to provide emotional support, improve personal insight, and identify tools for daily living.
Grief
(484) 546-4827
Coopersburg, Pennsylvania 18036

Grief (Bereavement, Loss, Mourning) Therapists
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