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Therapists in Lancaster

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
Diane L Welsh, Counselor  in Lancaster
“When a person walks into my office, the orientation I bring to every session is that each individual is an expert on themselves. With that framework and in combination with my professional experience, together we work on overcoming obstacles and reaching personal goals. I provide individual and couples therapy for adults and adolescents. I am a professional with a strong sense of boundaries and respect for confidentiality. I listen without judgment and seek your best interest.
(717) 205-2401
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17602
Rebecca Dempsey, Counselor  in Lancaster
“I help people find happiness and contentment in life. I do that by partnering with them on an exciting path of self-discovery and change. Together, we'll identify the issues causing you distress, whether they lead you to depression, substance use, anxiety, worry, sleeplessness, fear, frustration, or anger. We will focus on building your strengths, defining your life vision, and helping you overcome the obstacles that are holding you back. If this is what you're looking for, c'mon! Let's get started!
(717) 397-8081 x3111
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603
Oasis Counseling Services  in Lancaster
“I enjoy working with couples and individuals who desire to grow personally and relationally, helping each move toward wholeness and an awareness of who they are and can be.
(717) 850-9324 x2
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601
Rosenberg Psychological Practice, Psychologist  in Lancaster
“HEALING IS POSSIBLE!! My expertise is in working with couples and with adult individuals dealing with relationship issues, or depression, anxiety, stress, grief, or family problems. When you work with me, you can expect a caring,challenging,healing experience in a safe atmosphere with a skilled professional.I have extensive training in and experience with a variety of modalities, allowing me to access an array of healing tools.
(717) 308-8332
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601
Kathryn R, Maz, PsyD., Psychologist  in Lancaster
“For over 25 years I have been honored with the experience of helping individuals being held back by self defeating behaviors, anxiety, depression, or relationship difficulties. I seek to provide a judgement free, in-depth understanding of my clients' journeys. I provide tools for increasing self esteem, understanding and effectively experiencing emotions, and challenging difficult behavioral patterns. I assist couples in reconciling the hurts of the past and moving towards shared unity and deeper intimacy. Some of the areas I specifically specialize in include: substance and behavioral addictions, anger and eating difficulties, attachment, trauma, LGBTQ and women's issues.
(717) 208-8197
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17602
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“In my practice I work to assist clients in regaining a sense of balance and peace in their lives. Together we work through whatever changes or transitions life has presented. These include changes in family, relationship or employment status as well as losses, big or small, that impact his/her life. I assist them in processing through the emotions that go with these changes and/or losses. Mine is a strengths based, client oriented approach. I model the therapy based on what works best for the client and the strengths and skills he/she brings with them to therapy.
(717) 461-8238
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601
New Day Psychological Services LLC, Psychologist  in Lancaster
“The goal of treatment is to teach the client the skills to cope with his/her difficulties so therapy is no longer needed. This is accomplished largely through the use of cognitive behavioral techniques including improving insight into one's behavior, and assisting in the development of effective coping skills that can be used in every day living. The approach is practical in nature, and is applied to a variety of difficulties: anxiety, depression, weight management issues, and trauma. My approach also has an eclectic nature, as I will use the approach that best meets the needs of each client.
(717) 461-9087
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601
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
Nancy Boyd, Counselor  in Lancaster
Counselor, MA, MS
“I have had 20+ years' experience specializing in trauma, loss and life transitions. My practice is dedicated to women. I am not a traditional "mental health" counselor but focus on the soul/spirit/emotions of the women I serve. I choose to have a very small practice with highly motivated women who want to do depth work on a consistent basis in order to grow. I do not believe in a "cookie cutter" approach to the individual complexities of human beings. I believe that the therapeutic relationship should be a safe and healing environment conducive to growth.
(717) 340-5675
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601
Advanced Counseling and Testing Solutions, Counselor  in Lancaster
“Winter and Christmas is approaching, are you less motivated, depressed, anxious or experiencing emotional difficulties and need support? We CAN help YOU! We have down to earth clinicians that are accustom to helping others achieve success in dealing with life's challenges! Simply put, we have solutions to your problems. AdvCTS has clinicians with diverse backgrounds/training in counseling, testing & clinical psychology. We predominantly utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy; which is research proven. We provide a safe, comfortable, convenient & private location. We specialize in treating Anxiety, Depression, Relationship/Marriage Issues, Stress & Anger Management and more.
(717) 862-4922
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601
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
Christopher A Blair, MAMFT, LLC, Counselor  in Lancaster
“Over the years, it has been my privilege and honor to serve many different populations. Most recently, I have spent a lot of time working with marital and family issues as well as addictions of various kinds. I also enjoy assisting clients with stage of life challenges like remarriage, adjustments after the birth of your first child, teen years, empty nest, or dealing with chronic illness. Many of these issues are usually connected to stress and anxiety management; an area I have also worked with extensively. My experience and education are difficult to encapsulate into just a few areas.
(717) 723-3961
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603
Jeffrey D Hamilton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lancaster
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, DMin, MSSA, LCSW
“I value the relationship that is created within the counseling experience. I value the person, as well as their story. I provide a unique perspective on counseling. I am both a clinical social worker and ordained minister. Certified by the American Association of Pastoral Counselors, one of the most rigorous groups to become a part of, I am trained to integrate your values and beliefs in your work. I am trained to both provide the clinical understanding and skill you need, and to integrate a deeper understanding of your faith and values into our work. I have expertise in severe mental illness and am LGBT friendly.
(717) 739-4945
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17602
Jane Weierbach, Psychologist  in Lancaster
“I am dedicated to equipping children, teens,adults and families with effective skills to reduce stress. People with anxiety and mood disorders,exceptional learning, behavioral and emotional needs are welcome. Athletes who want to improve focus and reduce anxiety are taught individually-tailored effective skills. I use American Sign Language with deaf and hard-of-hearing children and adults. I work well with people who have gaps in social and language skills common to Asperger's Disorder, High Functioning Autism, and various learning disorders. I use research-based approaches such as cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness-based, and solution-focused family therapy.
(717) 469-5911
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
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
Jeff Bare, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Lancaster
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I earned my MA in Marriage and Family Therapy at Evangelical Theological Seminary in Myerstown, PA and am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Prior to entering the field of psychotherapy, I was a career police officer with the City of Lancaster, PA and have worked extensively in the field of trauma and stress for over 19 years. I specialize in working with individuals, couples and families suffering from relational distress due to childhood sexual abuse, sexual addiction, trauma, and posttraumatic stress disorder.
(717) 610-1568 x1
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601
John Chuma, Psychologist  in Lancaster
“It's all about relationships: In my experience as a psychotherapist I have learned that a person's mental health is intimately interwoven with their relationships with others. Positive relationships with our families, friends and coworkers will lead us to a happy and fulfilling life. Problems in relationships are the direct result of problematic behaviors. When we choose to argue, use alcohol and drugs, overspend, and abuse our families we are actively destroying our relationships and in turn destroying our own happiness.
(717) 656-4834
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601
Janneke van Beusekom, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lancaster
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“As a therapist I am acutely aware that the issues addressed in therapy are personal and intimate. I approach my clients and the issues they bring with respect, compassion, curiosity, and honesty. I value and invite feedback from my clients as we collaborate to increase our understanding of the problem, to experiment with alternatives, and ultimately to create a new and more satisfying way of being in the world. I have been in practice for twenty years and have worked with a wide range of issues successfully.
(717) 208-8053
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603

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