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Therapists in Media

Brian A Schneider, Psychologist  in Media
“I am a Licensed Psychologist with over 12 years of experience providing mental health services to diverse populations in a variety of settings. I offer both individual and family therapy and work with children, adolescents, adults, and geriatrics. My areas of clinical focus are: depression, anxiety, and behavioral issues in children and adolescents. I view therapy as an opportunity to explore yourself and to make changes.
(484) 240-2192
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Heather De Vries, Counselor  in Media
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, MSW, LSW, MSPH, CPH
“Do you feel worried, sad, alone, angry, stressed or anxious? You are not alone. There are many others who feel the way that you do. I can help. Through a therapeutic partnership we can work together to help you accomplish whatever you hope to achieve, whether it be dealing with relationship conflict/strife, finding your passion, or figuring out what your next steps are. I have seen that the therapeutic process can lead clients on a journey of growth and healing. I do more than just listen. I can help you to explore and identify new strategies to help you improve your life.
(215) 600-2221
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
“I am a licensed psychologist with a great deal of experience. In our work, I encourage active participation in the treatment process while utilizing a variety of treatment, modalities, including cognitive, behavioral, verbal supportive, educative, client-centered, anger and stress management and congnitive imagery techniques. Clients are actively involved and working between visits incorporating newly learned strategies and behaviors. While working together, you will develop skills for life.
(484) 734-0411
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Robin M. Ward, Psychologist  in Media
“People often seek therapy following life changes where customary ways of coping are no longer sufficient to meet the demands of their world. I consider the focus of my work as a therapist the development of a safe and trusting relationship where I can help a person discuss difficult feelings as well as identify problematic interpersonal patterns that may be getting in the way of personal goals and successful relationships. I then work closely and collaboratively with my client to develop creative and effective ways to move past these roadblocks.
(610) 506-5888
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Jordan Lief, Psychologist  in Media
“I have successfully treated people struggling with a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, addiction, trauma/PTSD, loss of a loved one, sexual difficulties, and relationship distress. I work with individuals, couples, and families, with the goal of helping people become more aware of and more comfortable with themselves and others. Life is complex, and I enjoy the challenges of assisting people through their unpredictable journeys. I create a supportive therapeutic environment where my clients feel safe to explore themselves, their relationships, and the world around them.
(610) 915-8043
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Mindy Thomas, Counselor  in Media
Counselor, MS, CPRW, CJTC
“I am the founder and principal of Thomas Career Consulting with offices in suburban Philadelphia. Leveraging my 25-year business background with a solid foundation of career counseling, my services span career exploration, résumé writing and career coaching. Whether you've been downsized, fired, stuck in a dead-end job or simply don't know what you want to do next, I can help. And once the focus is clear, you can count on me for customized one-on-one career services to personally generate powerful marketing documents ranging from résumés and cover letters to online profiles.
(484) 534-5453
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Amanda Fuhrman, Psychologist  in Media
“I work with children, adolescents, and adults who typically struggle with issues related to ADHD, learning problems, anxiety, and depression. Using a combination of cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, and relational techniques and theories I am able to tailor treatment to your specific needs. I emphasize connection, collaboration, and self-care throughout the treatment process. I offer individual therapy, but in my work with children I will incorporate parents into treatment to address issues such as parenting, family dynamics, or school problems.
(610) 574-1262
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Lillian Rozin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Media
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, RYT, MFA
“Thank you for considering me as your therapist! I am very interactive, utilize humor, my own experience, and a lot of mindfulness in my approach. I am trained in yoga and other meditation techniques, and often integrate that background into the therapeutic process. I believe that you are the expert of yourself, and my role is to accompany you in recognizing and owning that. I will help you not only understand why you are suffering, but also learn tools for dealing with life's challenges.
(484) 652-8711
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Carol Sherman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Media
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“Life isn't always easy. Work stress, relationship difficulties, health issues, losses and life transitions can all lead to feelings of depression, anxiety and loneliness. Sometimes people feel unhappy and irritable but are not sure why. Others feel "stuck" and are searching for ways to make positive changes but don't know how to begin. Often couples come to therapy because they have reached an impasse in their relationship or there has been a breach of trust. Whether someone is struggling with an individual or interpersonal problem, a good psychotherapeutic relationship can help achieve the personal goals that are established.
(610) 915-8725
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Janeanna Galli, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Media
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LPCMH, RPT-S
“For ten years I worked as a Counselor and Executive Director at the Delaware County Pregnancy Center until 2010. For twenty years I have been working within my field of Individual and Family Intervention. I am licensed in Delaware and in Pennsylvania. I work with victims of sexual abuse and domestic violence. I am a member in good standing with AACC (American Association of Christian Counselors) and I am a certified Behavior Consultant through the Institution of Motivational Living. I am a member of the Association for Play Therapy and hold the credentials for a Registered Play Therapist and Supervisor.
(484) 334-4170
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Kelly Ozambela, Psychologist  in Media
“My style as a therapist is warm, encouraging, and insightful. I strive to establish a safe and trusting therapeutic alliance as a base to proceed in attaining the essential insights and understanding you are seeking. Deep insights are often a precursor to change our unhelpful patterns of thinking and relating. My clients find me skilled at integrating a variety of therapeutic approaches that can result in you discovering and actualizing your best self, regardless of your vulnerabilities. When appropriate clients benefit from therapeutic interventions that bring about rapid relief from distressing and debilitating symptoms.
(215) 586-4946
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Rosemary A Herrick, Psychologist  in Media
“I approach therapy as if I am building a team. I will be a coach, guide or facilitator as the need dictates. My aim is to engage my clients in a collaborative growing and healing venture. Meeting people where they are in their life is key to how I work and enable my clients to succeed. Because of my diverse work and life experiences, I am well-suited to work with people from different social and cultural backgrounds, ages 14 to 85.
(484) 962-0974
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
“I began work in the field of mental health in the year 2000 and have worked as a therapist in private practice since 2003. As a licensed clinical psychologist, I am trained to diagnosis and treat both significant mental illness as well as conditions caused by life's stressors and people's current circumstances. My therapeutic approach is very client centered. I typically use therapeutic techniques to help alleviate symptoms in the beginning and then I shift to an approach that addresses the route cause of problems. I use both play therapy and "talk" therapy when treating young children.
(484) 498-6214
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Allison Pisapia, Psychologist  in Media
“With over 10 years of experience in providing psychotherapy, I am adept at helping people of all ages (4 and up) handle depression, anxiety, stress, loss, relationship problems, and transitions. I am trained to utilize both cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic approaches and create an approach that is unique to each individual. When working with children and adolescents, I collaborate with parents and focus on building coping and communication skills that will last a lifetime. In addition to individual and family therapy, I also provide couples counseling.
(484) 962-0211
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Susan Carswell, Psychologist  in Media
“I successfully treat individuals and couples who are in distress, often when their life circumstances have changed. I attempt to help them understand and then alter the factors that interfere with their functioning. Sessions with me frequently focus on problematic relationships because so many problems stem from issues in current and past relationships. Furthermore, regardless of what causes problems, we are often empowered to address them when we have support from others. In sessions, I strive to be warm, non-judgmental, and, when needed, verbally interactive, to foster the emotional safety and confidentiality that are essential for honest, productive self-examinations.
(484) 258-2084
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Kanjana M Rajaratnam, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Media
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW
“In a safe, comfortable and supportive atmosphere, I offer a holistic, highly individualized approach tailored to your needs in order to help you attain personal growth and awareness. Together we will work to create an experience where you feel empowered and on a positive path to mind, body, and spiritual wellness. Through collaboration, you will be able to reconcile and understand your past loss/traumas/relationships, overcome your challenges/patterns to live in the present, and make changes and grow into your true potential.
(402) 835-5711
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Roger Sealy, Psychologist  in Media
“What's important to me is working with others to find meaning in life, to help bring about a greater happiness that's shared. I believe it's possible to do this is we are able to understand ourselves better - we can then understand others and our connections become deeper and more alive.
(610) 915-8777
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Michael Morrow, Psychologist  in Media
“I am a licensed Clinical Psychologist who specializes in assisting children, teens, and families. I offer therapy services and psychological evaluations. I work with youth with attention problems, challenging behavior, emotional difficulties, and trouble with social skills. I commonly provide evaluations and therapy for children and teens with the following diagnoses: Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), Major Depressive Disorder, and various Anxiety Disorders. I also assist families in learning skills to communicate and solve problems more effectively.
(302) 495-5012
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Jane E Iannuzzelli, Psychologist  in Media
“I began private practice in Media PA in 1985. Overall, I have a general practice providing individual therapy for persons suffering with anxiety, depression, or relationship difficulties. I also see couples and families. Psychological testing/evaluation is another area of interest for me. I began my career working in community mental health and have continued a commitment to providing affordable services through Media Counseling Services (MCS). MCS is a comprehensive counseling center staffed by Master's and Doctoral level counselors. This branch of my practice allows for individuals to receive quality services provided by newly credentialed professionals who are supervised by experienced psychologists.
(610) 565-0515
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Springfield Psychological, Psychologist  in Media
“We are a friendly and professional mental health practice that has been providing outstanding and affordable therapy for adults, couples, families, teens, and children since 1985. Our compassionate and caring team of licensed clinicians offer diverse expertise and are dedicated to helping people manage life's challenges as well as realize their full potential. With three locations in Springfield, Havertown, and West Chester as well as flexible scheduling options, we are able to offer appointments during the daytime, evening and weekends for your convenience. In addition, we accept most insurance plans. Please visit our website for directions to all three locations.
(610) 572-3474
Media, Pennsylvania 19063

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