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Therapists in Pittsburgh

Michelle Landau, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSA, LCSW
“My clinical experiences have afforded me the opportunity to work with a wide range of clients, including but not limited to those with major depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, bi-polar disorder, and grief. If you are interested in gaining insight into your problems and concerns in order to make changes in your life, then our work together will be rewarding for you. I help clients learn to listen to and hear themselves; my interest is in helping you to develop the confidence to recognize and honor your own wisdom and thereby make more effective choices in your life.
(412) 253-6173
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Christopher J Day, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, DCSW, CAADC
“Psychotherapy or "talk therapy" is a general term used to treat psychological disorders and mental distress by helping you better understand your illness or source of life problems. Therapy teaches strategies and gives tools to deal with unhealthy or damaging behaviors. Within a relaxed professional atmosphere I use a collage of proven approaches to help you increase your awareness and capacity for self-observation, change negative behaviors and develop insight. It is my goal to help you work on positive growth and facilitate you in maximizing your potential.
(412) 254-8976
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15233
Ellen M Redinbaugh, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“I specialize in Behavioral Medicine interventions that promote physical and psychological health by addressing the mind-body connection. Depression and anxiety do not simply exist in our heads, they reside in our bodies as well. I teach people how to heal themselves using techniques derived from cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness approaches, and positive psychology. Many of my clients have chronic health problems that include heart disease, cancer, neurological disorders, and autoimmune disease. Healing is possible, and we all have the inherent capacity to help ourselves feel better.
(412) 203-8425
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Ryan Hunt, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“In our work together in therapy, we will begin by articulating your problems, symptoms, or concerns as you understand and experience them, and establishing your goals for treatment. Then, as we continue to explore additional meanings that you bring to these issues, and how they relate to other areas of your life in the past and present, we will discover not only new ways to understand your concerns but also new possibilities for how to address them in the present and future. This can lead both to a lessening of symptoms and also to increased freedom and possibilities going forward.
(412) 246-8529
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Denise C Haver, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I offer my clients the guidance, support and encouragement they need to challenge old ways of being. I bring to the relationship my experience as a therapist and teacher, my knowledge of various techniques and tools for self-exploration, my sense of humor, and my love for helping people change their lives. I ask my clients to bring their honesty, courage and commitment to themselves. Together we work to understand and accept who they are today, to release the parts that longer fit, and to make the changes that lead to a more authentic connection with self and others.
(412) 339-1430
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
Michelle Sabino, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I have over a decade of experience specializing in treating women who have problems with their moods and difficulty managing emotions. Formally trained in Dialectal Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Gestalt Therapy, I blend these approaches with warmth, compassion and a genuine desire to understand the experience of my clients, thus empowering them to overcome personal obstacles and move forward to a happier, healthier life. I encourage being present in the moment without judgment of ourselves, others, or our circumstances. I approach my work with enthusiasm and often a necessary bit of humor. I look forward to meeting with you.
(412) 906-9296
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Bob Witchel, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“Welcome! Do you feel sad, stressed or overwhelmed? Are you unhappy in your relationships with family, friends or others? Are you grieving a loss? Are you struggling to find joy and excitement in your life? I believe counseling offers a safe, trusting atmosphere to explore your concerns. I value the importance of connecting with you and helping you release unexpressed feelings; dealing with childhood issues that may be impacting your life now; how medication can mask feelings, and a diagnosis can limit your potential; and, joining with you in your life journey. I invite you to contact me.
(412) 252-2450
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15238
Erwin K Levin, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“I have been in private practice for the past approximately 25 years working primarily with adults, both individually and in couples. Although I have considerable experience with what may be described as more serious anxiety and depressive disorders, my practice more typically has consisted of individuals/couples interested in working on quality of life, relationship and general adjustment issues.
(412) 219-3876
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Matthew Esch, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I have spent more than a decade helping people in Allegheny County with developmental disorders, attention-deficit/hyperactivity, mood disorders, life changes, trauma and abuse. As a licensed marriage and family therapist, I have delivered couples and family therapy as well as individual therapy in my busy career. I have received specialized training to work with victims and perpetrators of abuse.
(412) 960-4775 x1
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15220
Heather Putney, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CSAT
“My ideal clients include: couples, families and individuals who want to improve their relationships and overcome addictions or trauma. Treatment specialties: Attachment/Intimacy Disorders, Sexual Addiction/Compulsivity, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Abuse and Trauma. I believe in a holistic approach to counseling, paying close attention to physical, relational, emotional and spiritual health as it relates to ones' overall well-being.
(412) 620-6098
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15202
Kalem Wright, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I facilitate change through authentic, honest, compassionate and nonjudgmental connection. I work with adults with mental health concerns and challenging life experiences including anxieties, depression, grief, loss, relationship difficulties, trauma and violence. I use multiple approaches that help build and sustain connections in relationships and improve the thought process.
(412) 387-4244
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15201
Nathaniel Rigby, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“Welcome to my practice! I am a doctoral level psychologist who specializes in treating emotional difficulties (e.g., depression, anxiety, anger), complicated grief, relationship problems, and problems with motivation. I have experience and training in providing quality and meaningful psychotherapy to adults and adolescents. Your first impression is likely to be that I am a patient, warm, and knowledgeable psychologist with a lighthearted sense of humor. As we get to know each other, you will find that I am devoted to helping you feel better, I enjoy a challenge, and I am deeply committed to providing excellent treatment.
(412) 253-2588
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15227
Gina Niewodowski, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“We all have inner strength. Rollo May, a well known psychologist wrote, "Finding the center of strength within ourselves, is in the long run, the best contribution we can make to our fellow man". As a professional counselor, my role is to help you find and use your strengths so you can live a healthy and purposeful life.
(412) 727-8266
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
Barbara Kline, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Modern life has allowed us to communicate with others in unprecedented new ways, and yet not enough opportunities to be truly heard and understood. My goal in working with you is to create an environment where you are heard and understood, to facilitate your journey in overcoming difficulties, and to enable you to reach your full potential to have a satisfying life.
(412) 888-0420
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Taunya Marie Tinsley, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I provide individual and group counseling services and educational programs across the life span. I operate from an existential, humanistic, person-centered philosophy that emphasizes meaning in one's life, self-actualization, responsibility, and relationships. I view counseling from a tripartite approach where I assist my clients with self-awareness, gaining knowledge, and developing strategies to manage effectively and successfully the various transitions they are experiencing in their lives. I employ my diverse training and integrate a diversity of therapeutic interventions that will yield optimum results for the individual and the issues presented.
(412) 259-3908
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Lucy J Hammond, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Whatever struggles bring you to seek counseling; I know that making personal change is most effective with the support of the significant people in your life. I am comfortable working with individuals from diverse cultures and lifestyles and feel being accepting, objective, respectful, and genuine are essential for good therapy to happen. I have worked in clinical mental health since 2002, and have advanced certification for working with survivors of both recent and past trauma. I have extensive experience providing treatment to individuals, children, adolescents and their families.
(412) 339-0308
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Amy Lewis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW
“Whether you suffer from the effects of a single trauma or a lifetime of overwhelming events, relationship distress, tough transitions, compulsive behavior, or addiction, I can help. I bring focused, informed attention to touch your concerns at a depth and pace respectful of your boundaries. Working together, stuck places move; painful, unsustainable states return to balance.
(412) 515-8315
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15219
Amy Lohr, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“If you are enduring hard times, know that it takes courage to ask for help! It is common though for many to seek support in coping, healing, or recovering from life circumstances or internal battles. Through my personal healing journey and my professional expertise, I devote a lot of energy toward understanding spirituality, mind -body connection, and personaI growth. I would like to support you in your growth as well! As your therapist, I value connecting with you - fostering a trusting, safe, and nonjudgmental environment, where you can explore unresolved issues from your past and/or present life challenges.
(412) 436-5798
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222
Emily Sarazen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LPC, NCC
“Emily Sarazen is a Licensed Professional Counselor who provides treatment to children, adolescents, adults and families. Emily is currently accepting clients at Pediatric Counseling Services in the Dormont area of Pittsburgh, PA and Southwestern Human Services in the South Hills area of Pittsburgh. Emily received her bachelor's degree in Psychology from Duquesne University and completed her master's degree in Counseling Psychology at Chatham University. Emily has provided treatment in the home, school, and community settings as a Behavioral Specialist Consultant and Mobile Therapist. Emily has also provided treatment as a family therapist in a Residential Treatment Facility.
(412) 203-8876
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15216
Kevin H Bursley, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“Whether you want to deal more effectively with a current life situation or with longer-term concerns, therapy can be of help as you work to gain self-awareness and examine the choices you may be facing. I work with clients with issues including depression, anxiety, relationship issues (romantic, family, friends), and grief. My approach to therapy is collaborative. I work with clients to help them focus on what they want to change in their lives and we work together to make goals for therapy.
(412) 567-3537
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
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