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Marriage, Family, and Individual Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Kingston
“I am a Psychotherapist and Marriage and Family Therapist with Clinical Fellow status with the the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. I am also an approved Supervisor with AAFMT. I have extensive training in Marriage, Family and Sex Therapy, providing individual, couple, and family therapy for more than 25 years. I am certified in Marriage, Family, and Sex Therapy through the University of Pennsylvania, Council for Relationships.. Professional counseling and consultation services are available in the Wilkes-Barre/Kingston and Allentown areas.
Domestic Violence
(570) 266-7733
Kingston, Pennsylvania 18704
Cory Ian Shafer LPC, Counselor  in Dallas
“I have spent a good number of years working as a therapist, primarily as a Jungian & Existentialist, but I am draw from many other sources and styles to complete my work. I believe part of our purpose here on this planet is to engage in struggle and labor, however we can change our perception and the meaning of our conflicts and find strength and purpose in our own darkness. I follow a simple rule in therapy "The person that can embrace their darkness is closest to the light".
Domestic Violence
(570) 433-8475
Dallas, Pennsylvania 18612
“We offer comprehensive services, including assessment, diagnosis, evaluation, testing, and treatment of children, adolescents, adults and seniors in a variety of formats, including: art therapy, couples counseling, family counseling, group therapy, individual therapy, and music therapy. Assessments and evaluations are used as diagnostic tools for addictions, ADHD, anxiety, Autism Spectrum disorders, behavioral disorders, child custody, depression, forensic applications, post-traumatic stress disorders and other emotional difficulties. We offer several new therapies, including 1) Light Therapy for depressive disorders, 2) Non-medical pain management, 3) Relaxation Therapy, and 4) many alternative therapies to compliment traditional psychotherapy, including massage therapy, meditation, and reiki.
Domestic Violence
(570) 266-7655
Hazle Township, Pennsylvania 18202
Derek Ciaruffoli, Counselor  in Dallas
Counselor, MS
“If you are struggling with life stressors and feel like you are unfocused, directionless, or hopeless, therapy can be a way to discover personal strengths that can help you overcome negative feelings and thinking patterns. I have experience working with individuals suffering from trauma, anxiety, depression, and sexuality issues. I also work with individuals who wish to explore aspects of their spirituality, as this can enhance your healing efforts.
Domestic Violence
(570) 795-5544
Dallas, Pennsylvania 18612
Sloan A Svadeba-Cummings, Counselor  in Pittston
“Individuals seek counseling for a variety reasons and I understand it may be difficult reaching out to a therapist. In counseling, we will work together to address issues at hand that may include depression, anxiety, grief, stress, patterns of thinking, trauma, etc. My approach will be tailored to your specific needs and goals. Counseling is an opportunity for growth and change and I am willing to work as hard as my patients are in their therapeutic journey. My approach in counseling allows me to incorporate techniques based on your individual and unique needs.
Domestic Violence
(570) 751-5472
Office is near:
Pittston, Pennsylvania 18640
Douglas Rand, Counselor  in Wilkes Barre
Counselor, MS, CRC
“As a young professional, I bring forward a realistic mindset along with modern therapeutic techniques. To me, effective counseling exists on a two-way street, where we work together to find solutions and explore your concerns. I have had extensive training on wide varieties of personal and interpersonal issues, and through a strengths-based approach we work towards your goal in counseling. I have specialized interests and experience with self-esteem, sexual identity, gender identity, couples counseling, and career counseling. If I cannot provide the best therapy for your needs, I will refer you to a someone who can.
Domestic Violence
(848) 207-2054
Office is near:
Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania 18702
Forensic Counseling Associates, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Wilkes Barre
“*We are dedicated to creating emotional well-being*
Domestic Violence
(570) 884-7458
Office is near:
Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania 18702
Dr. Cynthia Edwards-Hawver, Psychologist  in Wilkes Barre
“I graduated from Cornell University with a Bachelors of Science in 1998, I graduated from Wright State University in 2004 with my Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, and completed my doctoral internship at The Pennsylvania State University Main Campus. I went on to work at the University of Scranton for 5 years and opened my private practice in 2006. My speciality areas are eating disorders, hypnosis, infertility, adoption, and holistic and motivational psychotherapy. I work with people suffering from all different types of psychological issues and my focus in on empowering people towards change.
Domestic Violence
(570) 431-1420
Office is near:
Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania 18701
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Choose To Recover, Treatment Facility  in Wilkes Barre
“Our Goal at "Choose to Recover" is to provide guidance, options, and hope for those who struggle with alcoholism or other drug addictions. If you or someone you love suffers from the illness of addiction we can help. Our service is without charge. Just make the phone call, 1-844-466-6673, and we will assist in getting you or your loved on the road of recovery. We work with treatment centers that specialize in adult and adolescent addictions throughout the United States.
(844) 466-6673
Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania 18706
Right Choice Recovery, Treatment Facility  in Wilkes Barre
“Right Choice Recovery has over 35 years of experience evaluating and treating alcohol and drug dependency as well as dual diagnosis disorders coexisting with chemical dependency. Other specialties include young adults, chronic relapse, and extended/long-term care options for treatment resistant cases. Our mission is to provide quality and effective placement for drug and alcohol treatment to begin a successful journey into recovery.
(844) 762-3744
Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania 18706
Amanda M Mozloom, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Hanover Township
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW
“Feeling angry, lost, alone, depressed, anxious, confused or just need a life road map? We can work together to create a lifestyle that brings out the positive side of YOU! Therapy does not have to feel like work. Let's make this an exciting adventure; and call it life! I would be honored to help you and your family to make positive changes, you just need to let me know when you are ready!
(570) 634-0447
Hanover Township, Pennsylvania 18706
clearbrook inc, Treatment Facility  in Wilkes Barre
“In today's world the drug and alcohol problem has become an epidemic. Adults and children are using not only street drugs that are very common place but they are also using "designer" drugs. Drugs like bath salts, spice, and molly are killing our children. A Sober Place was started as a forum where parents can call 24 hours a day 7 days a week to help their child, a friends child, or even a student. During your initial call to us, you will be in touch with an expert in the field of adolescent addiction. We will ask and answer all the pertinent questions that will begin the process of getting the people the help they need. We work with treatment centers that specialize in only the adolescent arena when it comes to addiction treatment. We can answer your questions about where they will be going, for how long, and what the process involves. With the ever changing insurance world we live in today we can even assist you in your questions as to whether or not the facility will accept your specific insurance plan.
(855) 343-3655
Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania 18701
Jodi Gregory,BCBA,   in Avoca
“BCBA with 16 years experience in ABA practices, specifically for children and adolescents diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders. The main role of a BCBA is to provide assessment of your child's skill level and to program according to their individualized skill level. I am available for consultation to parents, school staff, and wraparound agencies to maximize your child's potential. I have experience working with school districts as an outside consultant. My role is to collect data, train staff, and assist with writing attainable IEP goals.My services can be utilized on a long- or short-term basis depending on your specific needs.
(570) 409-3726
Avoca, Pennsylvania 18641
John Oraczewski  in Dallas
“I enjoy working with individuals who are motivated and work hard to make the necessary changes in order to live happier more fulfilled lives. I work diligently with individuals, families and couples who struggle with the stresses and frustrations of everyday living. With over 10 years experience, I treat individuals with an array of issues from the common blues to the more chronic and serious.
(570) 244-3937
Dallas, Pennsylvania 18612
Robert Matthew Ross, Counselor  in West Pittston
“I have over 20 years of experience providing mental health services to children, adolescents, adults, and the elderly. I concentrate on cognitive behavioral therapy, which stresses that what we think determines what we feel and what we do. Far too many times, people learn unrealistic or destructive thoughts that cause them problems in various parts of their lives. Therapy works towards more realistic thinking, and avoiding old and destructive patterns of thinking. As I like to say, therapy is a conversation with a destination, and realistic thinking is that destination.
(570) 257-4554
West Pittston, Pennsylvania 18643
Kim Casey Scagnelli, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kingston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have been in private practice 20+ years. I love working with couples and families. I help couples who are feeling frustrated, anxious, angry, or unhappy in their relationship form strong, connected relationships. Common issues are lack of trust, communication difficulties, relationship upset, affairs, and trauma. When couples finish they have the ability to solve any future problem together. I have extensive experience with couples and families. I trained and completed a two year post masters program in family therapy at Philadelphia Child Guidance Clinic. I was an adjunct faculty member at University of Baltimore graduate counseling program.
(570) 852-0700
Kingston, Pennsylvania 18704
Peter Miller  in Kingston
“I have been working with children and families for the past 5 years. My belief is an individual needs to make the decision for the changes in their life. I hope to assist those in need to build the appropriate skills necessary to achieve their goals. I have experience in the following areas: consistent parenting, couples therapy, impulse control, appropriate coping skills, positive peer and sibling interaction, anger management, anxiety, trauma, etc.
(570) 291-5608
Kingston, Pennsylvania 18704
Lauren McGill, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Hazleton
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Sometimes the most challenging part of therapy is making the first call. I want to assure you my first task is to provide a safe, friendly, place to address your concerns. I see therapy as a hopeful conversation, in which we will begin to discover what you want to be happening in your life and the ways to achieve those goals. I look to identify the current problem and establish solutions for immediate and continued change. We will work together to dissolve problems and turn conflict into harmony. I am the only Marriage and Family Therapist currently in the Hazleton area.
(570) 704-3798
Hazleton, Pennsylvania 18201
Diana C. Cuello, Psychologist  in Kingston
“Our histories profoundly shape and affect our current life struggles, often in ways in which we are unaware. By exploring the complex perceptions we hold, we can untangle ourselves from repeating entrenched maladaptive patterns. You will find that my role in our relationship is seldom to give you my advice, opinions or to tell you what to do. Rather, my role will be to listen carefully and to intervene in a way that highlights unconscious conflicts. In the confidential, supportive and containing space of the consulting room we will work through the distressing nature of your inner struggles.
(570) 471-5727
Kingston, Pennsylvania 18704
Brian J Cook, Counselor  in Kingston
“I believe that the role of counselors is to ensure clients feel heard, respected, and validated and in turn offer supportive and constructive feedback to help individuals gain greater insight and understanding. Therefore, I use a mix of compassionate techniques and problem solving strategies to aid individuals in problem resolution and management of their difficulties. This enables and empowers the individual to have control and direction in their lifestyle.
(570) 300-7003
Kingston, Pennsylvania 18704
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Domestic Violence Therapists
If you're looking for help with domestic violence in Luzerne County or for a Luzerne County domestic violence Therapist, these professionals provide confidential support for spousal abuse or for individuals and couples in a violent relationship. They include domestic violence Therapists and domestic violence psychologists who conduct domestic violence counseling. A Therapistcan help with children as victims of domestic violence, support for battered women and referrals to shelters in Luzerne County. Therapists can help identify the signs of domestic violence, the differences between men and women as victims of domestic violence and the distinctions of passive aggressive behavior. If you think you may be a victim of domestic violence in Luzerne County, please seek help soon and learn how to stop or prevent it escalating further.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Luzerne 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 Luzerne County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Luzerne County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Luzerne County or family therapy in Luzerne County.