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Therapists in Chestnut Hill - Philadelphia, PA 19118

Kristin Nicole Bertsch  in Philadelphia
“Using an integrative, feminist, and multicultural approach I work with adults 18 and older experiencing a range of concerns (e.g., identity issues, sexual identity issues, adjustment to new life experiences, anxiety, depression, relationship and family of origin issues). I believe in building a strong therapeutic relationship and meeting clients where they are to address their concerns. In addition to my interpersonal and humanistic approach, I incorporate DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy), mindfulness strategies to help clients cope and work through mood issues, concerns with interpersonal relationships, and emotional regulation.
(631) 721-9778
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Deidre Ashton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a couple and family therapist who works with individuals and their families to address the challenges of living, life cycle transitions, and crisis situations. We are all relational beings who are more likely to flourish when relationships are going well and to suffer when they are not. Using a relational approach, I will collaborate with you to activate and enhance your existing strengths and relational resources to resolve difficulties, and challenge structural obstacles in order to help you reach your fullest potential and live the life that you envision.
(609) 607-7189
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Rebecca Tendler, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I specialize in helping people who are trying to heal from distressing or tragic life events, including those who are grieving a loss or who are suffering the aftereffects of trauma or abuse. I create a safe and empathic therapeutic environment that encourages the patient to explore new meaning in life and try out new ways of thinking, feeling and behaving.
(267) 645-9924
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
William Levine, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“The decision to enter psychotherapy can be difficult. Most of us would like to think we can solve our problems on our own, or at least with the help of friends and family. If you are looking for a therapist, chances are you have already tried doing just that, possibly with great effort over a long time, and are feeling discouraged about the result. The problems may be new or all too familiar. Therapy can help with two levels of concern: at a practical level, what to do to cope? at an underlying level, what to do to heal?
(215) 987-5456
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Antonina Deverue, Counselor  in Philadelphia
Counselor, MS
“I value the quality of human life and want to bring stability and control for those who have lost it. I focus on listening, building a therapeutic rapport and counseling those who are in need in whatever way best fits the individual. I am bilingual in English and Russian and through my experience in working with a variety of cultures I am better able to serve the specific needs of my clients.
(267) 244-7918
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Elizabeth Byrne, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“I strive to create a collaborative relationship where you will experience trust, caring and guidance as you work to reach your goals. My clients describe me as an invested therapist who remembers even the small details and plays an active role in helping to facilitate change based on your needs in our work together. My areas of specialty center on life's transitions and the internal and external communication that affects positive change. The transitions I work best with include starting or ending intimate relationships, assisting couples in regaining their connection, grief and loss and helping people to quit smoking.
(267) 498-5237
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Patrice Heller, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT, Rabbi
“The keys to successful therapy are the goodness of fit between you and your therapist and a therapeutic process tailored to your needs. In a safe, non-judgmental environment, I can help you effectively address the problems you face to achieve greater awareness, equanimity and positive behavioral changes. I welcome and consider culture, ethnicity, race, gender and sexual orientation as integral aspects of therapy in my work with adolescents and adults. Relationships with intimate partners, families, friends and colleagues are central to my practice, especially focusing on couples and individuals dealing with intimacy, sexuality, daily stressors and major life changes.
(215) 710-8999
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Dan Livney, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“How does the "talking cure" help? The short answer is, we don't know. We do know that years of research has shown that it does, and we believe that it is not just in talking, but perhaps more importantly, it is in listening that change occurs. In therapy we not only experience being listened to, but we also learn to listen to ourselves. I work with my patients to improve on this vital skill, to draw on resources they may not have known they had, and to strengthen vital relationships, or build new ones.
(484) 577-2944
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Bill Golden, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“I provide individual, couples and group counseling with a focus on professional men and women and college students struggling with alcohol and substance abuse related issues,stress, anxiety, anger management, bereavement and depression. My experience includes working with adults as undergraduate and graduate college students. My background in professional music and the arts enables me to also have particular insight around performance issues students and professionals face. I also care about the impact culture has on individuals in everyday life.
(215) 600-4835
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Sandra C DiWilliams, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“I am a counselor specializing in working with children, teens, and young adults. There are many challenges that arise in a person's life from their childhood to young adulthood, and oftentimes counseling can help a person to navigate those challenges in a healthy and productive way. I aim to help my clients work toward behaviors and insights that will give them the tools to live the lives they want. My specialties include behavioral issues, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, time management, school-related stress, trouble sleeping, communication, impulse control, and the development of coping skills.
(215) 874-6381
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
William J. O'Donnell, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Hi, I'm Bill and I'm a licensed psychologist. My clients are adults looking for help with depression, anxiety or relationship issues. Some simply wish to have more freedom and joy, or less fear, in life. I'm trained in many approaches which I use to fit my clients' needs. These include cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic techniques, which are most familiar to people. I also use Emotion-Focused Therapy which helps clients get in touch with and use their helpful, deeper emotions (e.g., healthy anger & grief) to transform unhelpful emotions (e.g., fear & shame) carried over from the past.
(610) 628-0508
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Mark D Schenker, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“The primary focus of my practice for the past 20-some years has been helping people achieve recovery from substance abuse. I use a collaborative, motivational approach, rather than confrontation, and work with people on setting and achieving realistic and healthy goals for their problems. I believe, (as did Bill Wilson, the founder of AA) that there are many paths to recovery; each person must work on a program that reflects their unique needs and assets. I encourage people to explore their resources, their obstacles and their values in setting goals and in working a positive program.
(215) 995-5166
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Emily Malcoun, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I specialize in evidence-based, cognitive-behavioral therapy for anxiety disorders including: Obsessive-Compulsive disorder (OCD), generalized anxiety, social anxiety, phobia, panic attacks, fear of flying, test anxiety, clutter, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)and its prevention in the immediate aftermath of trauma. I also work with bereavement, traumatic grief, spiritual/religious issues, relationship concerns and many other general life issues. I balance a directive/ solution-focused approach with warmth, empathy and support.
(267) 244-9429
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Nadine Rosechild Sullivan, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“Would you like to understand yourself or your relationships better? Do you have a need for clear direction? greater insight on your journey? Would you like to change your life? attract the people, knowledge and things you need? accomplish your dreams? experience greater happiness? get rid of annoying habits and fears? live with less stress? Let me help you bloom to your full potential. I do not label or use a "medical model." Your privacy is protected from insurers and employers. As an interfaith minister, I provide holistic spiritual counseling that is respectful of your spiritual (or non-spiritual) perspective.
(215) 352-3947
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Jeffrey Darcy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSS, LCSW
“What is it like having Mr Darcy as your therapist? In a friendly, respectful, nurturing environment, I guide clients on journeys of self-discovery where they explore what matters most. Whatever is blocking your potential - depression, anxiety, sexuality issues, or just plain stressful living - I will collaboratively engage you in your healing and wellness. Using creative strategies and practical techniques, I will help you learn to successfully navigate the ups and downs of life so you can create more balance and connection in your work, relationships, and communities.
(215) 703-8960
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Marla R Cobin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“My private practice is located in the Chestnut Hill section of Philadelphia, across from a train station. I primarily work with adolescents and adults, specializing in women, girls, and the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender populations. My areas of focus include sexuality, trauma and disabilities.
(610) 304-9886
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Alyson Nerenberg, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Dr.Alyson Nerenberg, a clinical psychologist is a compassionate and dynamic therapist with over 20 years in practice. She works with relationship issues, anxiety, depression, divorce, addictions and eating disorders. Dr. Nerenberg integrates philosophies from the medical, psychological and self-help communities in order to treat the whole person. She is a positive person who focuses on her clients strengths in order to help them heal.
(610) 331-7303
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Yvonne Martinez Thorne, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Are you overwhelmed by life's challenges? Do you desire to live more authentically in wholeness and wellness? Do you wish to examine yourself through a broader lens that incorporates culture and/or faith? Come and experience a safe, caring, respectful, and sacred environment where you can more fully embrace who you are and who you are meant to be. Come to Cultivating Wholeness Counseling Associates, PC, where caring for the whole person matters.
(484) 660-1448
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Cristina Aicher, Psychological Associate  in Philadelphia
Psychological Associate
“My speciality is working with individuals experiencing issues with panic, phobias, anxiety, depression, over-eating, grief and trauma. My approach is to first identify coping strategies to deal with the current stress and emotional strain by focusing on strengths and existing coping mechanism. Together, we sort out the underlying problems and identify more effective coping strategies to deal with every day stressors and overwhelming emotional reactions to current and past trauma. I think the relationship between therapist and client is really important for growth and change; and do my best to provide a warm, natural, humorous and relaxed atmosphere.
(215) 645-4299
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Matthew Stevenson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW
“My expertise is in counseling children, adolescents and families. As a therapist I work with my clients to help them identify goals and then develop the strategies to reach those goals. I use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Structural Family Therapy, and Intergrative Psychotherapy techniques to create a unique individual therapy strategy that fits each individual client.
(267) 460-0340
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118

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