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Therapists in Pittsburgh

Annie Preis, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“While psychotherapy can help address specific issues or concerns, it can also help you to live a richer and fuller life. Individuals often seek the support of a psychologist for many reasons, including stress, depression, anxiety, and/or difficulty with life transitions.I try to provide both support and insight to help individuals live a life that is more fulfilling and less difficult. Often, someone may express a concern about a child, a relationship, or work issues. I believe that change occurs within the context of the therapeutic relationship where the client and therapist work together a trusting environment.
(412) 368-5710 x1
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Lindsey Renee Corey, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Hello, my name is Lindsey & my experience includes treating people of all ages, genders and sexual preferences with various problems including, but not limited to, grief, physical, sexual and verbal abuse, sexual identity, self-esteem, anger, depression & anxiety. I believe, for therapy to be most effective, it is imperative to uncover the underlying beliefs and events that are the root of one’s present day problem(s). I view the therapeutic relationship as one in which a team effort is required; the therapist, client and in some situations, one’s family and/or significant other, must work together to make change.
(412) 404-6283
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15220
Beth Christiano, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“I provide comprehensive evaluations of children, adolescents, and young adults, who are referred because of concerns about academic functioning. I understand that there are numerous factors influencing academic functioning, including: learning disabilities; attention or memory impairment; executive dysfunction; behavioral or emotional disorders; or chronic health problems. Evaluation results inform appropriate diagnosis and plans for intervention. I also provide psychotherapy services aimed at helping children, adolescents, and young adults overcome their obstacles to learning and well-being.
(412) 960-4930
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15234
Constance T Fischer, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“Hello, I am an experienced clinician nationally boarded in clinical psychology. Former clients indicate on surveys that what they appreciated most, beyond my technical expertise, was the collaborative nature of our work, feeling safe with me, both my humor and seriousness, my practicality, and my confidence in them. My experience as a professor in the Clinical Psychological program at Duquesne University, being the founder of Individualized Assessment, and my management consultation experience are often helpful in my service as a psychotherapist.
(412) 923-4276
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Kelly Meinhart, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I specialize in working with children, adolescents, and young adults struggling with a wide array of difficulties, including anxiety, trauma and loss, adjustments and transitions, ADHD, and anger, as well as relationship issues, mood difficulties, and social skills deficits. Additionally, I help parents increase their competence and confidence in managing the challenges of raising children in a changing world.
(412) 685-4003
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
“I have a private general practice, in which I specialize in serving trauma survivors. Most of my clients suffer from one or more of the following: depression, anxiety, substance abuse problems or a history of substance abuse and personality disorders. Most of my clients are adults, but I also work with adolescents.
(412) 228-0363
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Sandra A Davis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW, PhD
“I am best suited to treat individuals or couples ranging from 20-60 with intimacy, marital, sexuality, relationship issues as well as drug and alcohol issues.
(412) 259-3989
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
De'netta Benjamin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you feeling confused? Stressed? Do you feel stuck in your life? Substance use issues? Single parent or parenting concerns? Trying to cope with changes in your relationship or marriage? You're not alone!! My goal is to help renew and restore your life. To help you overcome life challenges /barriers and achieve mental wellness.
(412) 453-2244
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
E Grace Culberson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am honored to be a part of your journey to wellness and to discover your inner strength. As a psychotherapist, I am committed to support you on the path to GRACEFUL AGING. I will consider it a privilege to work with you, as you discover your strength and voice to overcome life obstacles.
(412) 246-8493
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15210
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
Mark Shoaf, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“One of the great truths that we all have to contend with is "Life is difficult." Our life struggles take different forms and sometimes become so painful that we are impacted emotionally, physically, mentally and spiritually. Our daily life experience can reach a point of hopelessness. The funny thing about life's difficulties is that they generally don't go away on their own and we generally can't avoid them forever. As a therapist, my goal is to help you move forward in a more positive direction and help you to find help, hope, and healing.
(412) 407-4070
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15238
Katherine R. Powers, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“I work with adults who are experiencing a wide range of difficulties such as excessive stress, anxiety, sadness, performance pressure, post-traumatic issues, prolonged bereavement, and relationship discord. When working with couples and families, I focus on practical problem-solving that includes communication skills and no-lose negotiation of conflicts. When working with individuals, I have an eclectic approach that tailors therapy to the specific needs of my client. Cognitive-behavioral techniques that we may use include cognitive reappraisal, progressive muscle relaxation, mindfulness meditation, and guided imagery for practical self-hypnosis.
(412) 567-4009
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15221
“I have specialized in evaluating, testing, and treating children, adolescents and young adults with behavior problems, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Anxiety and Depression for nearly 25 years in community mental health and private practice settings. I am a preferred prescriber for BHRS/Wraparound. I also work with adult women who are having transition issues such as anxiety and depression regarding life changes.
(412) 228-5742 x2
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
Paula Kauffman Oberly, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Life is complicated with competing demands for our time, energy and resources. I want to help you develop balance in your life, relationships, and career. Whether you're struggling with a particular issue, or just can't shake the feeling that there should be more to life. I will provide you a caring environment in which you can identify and explore those issues that may be getting in the way of a rewarding life, career, and more fulfilling relationships. The goal is to help provide you with the insights & tools you need to move beyond old, limiting beliefs and behaviors.
(412) 387-7595
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222
Jennifer McCaslin, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Pennsylvania and enjoy working with children, adolescents, adults and families. I have 12 years of experience providing therapy addressing behavioral concerns associated with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and other disruptive behaviors, as well as anxiety, depression, and family and relationship issues. I believe strongly in the connection between mental and physical health and will encourage regular exercise, proper nutrition, good sleep habits, practicing spiritual disciplines, and cultivating interests and hobbies as part of improving mental health.
(412) 515-8969
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
“I see therapy as a process in which you and I work together towards helping you overcome obstacles to living life authentically, as a healthy, integrated person. This can be achieved by helping you gain insight into relational themes and patterns, learn new coping strategies, and become empowered to take the steps needed to create the change you desire. Often we experience symptoms such as anxiety or depressed mood that interfere with our ability to achieve or even form goals. Through alleviating these symptoms, you can increase understanding of yourself, honor your needs, and develop more satisfying relationships with others and with yourself.
(412) 532-4896
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Nancy Fair,   in Pittsburgh
“I have been working as a therapist in the trauma field for more than 15 years and believe it is the most rewarding work a therapist can do. My approach to this work comes from an existential/phenomenological perspective, and is informed by feminist and attachment theories. My philosophy is best expressed by the question, "What happened to you?" rather than "What's wrong with you?" My therapeutic stance is one of compassionate interest, and my personal style is to be direct without being abrasive. I am happy to discuss my approach by phone, at no charge, to interested individuals.
(412) 203-4352
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Lawrence M Glanz, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“My approach is primarily cognitive behavioral and I have over thirty years of experience. I work mostly with adults with depression and anxiety disorders. OCD is a special interest, and I use exposure and response prevention. I believe that with patience, a positive outlook and good rapport, much is possible.
(412) 543-8484 x2
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Kendra Renee Kitko, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have extensive training in theories and techniques related to the treatment of trauma; including Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, the leading evidence based treatment. I find my work with survivors of abuse to be particularly rewarding and feel humbled by each client's willingness to share his/her experience with me. In addition to working with victims of trauma, I am also passionate about and skilled in working with children and adolescents. The use of play and art therapy techniques allows me to easily engage with children and reach them through their natural forms of expression.
(412) 564-4433
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15232
Tara Morse, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I truly believe that people have the capacity to change, grow, and achieve their full potential within the context of a supportive environment. This belief fuels my work as a therapist. I completed my undergraduate work at the University of Pittsburgh and received my Masters in Social Work from New York University. I have experience working with an array of identified problem areas including, but not limited to, anxiety, mood disorders, substance abuse, eating/body image, postpartum depression, self esteem and life/developmental transitions. I specializes in treating adults, yet also work with adolescents, couples and families.
(612) 255-4380
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
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