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Therapists in Allegheny County

Kathleen D Hays, Counselor  in White Oak
Counselor, BA, MS
“When stress, trauma, mental health disorders and life crises become too much to handle, we owe it to ourselves and to those we care about to get help. I provide hope and healing to individuals, couples and families through professional counseling and informative educational programs. Clients are empowered to achieve spiritual, emotional and physical well-being. I can help you to gain the skills to process through painful challenges and live a healthy, fulfilling life. I am committed to helping you become your best self!
(412) 853-3159
White Oak, Pennsylvania 15131
Rebecca Mackin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker who specializes in counseling with adults and older adolescents. I have a special interest and expertise in the treatment of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and have significant experience with Exposure and Response Prevention and Dialectal Behavior Therapy Skills Training. I have worked with individuals who struggle with a variety of behavioral health issues to include but not limited to OCD, Anxiety Disorders, Depressive Disorders, as well as individuals who have difficulty managing emotions.
(412) 847-5030
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15205
Diane Bauer, LCSW, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in West Mifflin
“Are you "worrying" often? Do you feel uncomfortable in social settings? Feeling sad, frustrated/angry and having difficulty managing it? Are you a parent concerned about your child's behavior? Or in a relationship/marriage that is unfulfilling or not what it use to be? Is your family not accepting of your life choices? Counseling is a great opportunity to work through long standing concerns or just talk about what is going on in your life right now.
(412) 532-1773
West Mifflin, Pennsylvania 15122
Maya L Andlig, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Sewickley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW
“Why therapy? You might have a sense that you would like to know yourself better, better express yourself, or have more satisfying relationships. You may have a sense of not accomplishing what you would like to accomplish, or that you could use some support. You may be facing a difficult time in your life and recognizing that you can't go it alone. We can work together to explore your past and what possible impact it is having on your present situation. I would be happy to talk to you about working on whatever it might be.
(412) 387-6012
Sewickley, Pennsylvania 15143
Heidi McKenzie, Psychologist  in Monroeville
“I'm an experienced, licensed psychologist who helps people get "unstuck" from unhelpful behavior patterns. Whether you're facing a temporary, difficult life situation or struggling with more long-standing problems like depression or anxiety, I can help. My style is direct and active - I don't simply nod my head while you talk. I'll listen closely, we'll work together on the problem and I'll offer you supportive, non-judgmental and practical feedback that will help you to navigate through the issue as quickly and effectively as possible.
(412) 567-8902
Monroeville, Pennsylvania 15146
Jennifer Costa, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I believe that therapy is a rewarding and challenging journey. Therapy can support you with overall health and wellness. Are you seeking more balance in your life? Would you like to be able to learn and utilize healthier coping skills to manage stress/anxiety/depression? The therapeutic process can meet you with where YOU are at in your life at this time. As you may be seeking a way to resolve a conflict within family or marriage or maybe you have never resolved issues from your past that are still causing you negative emotions in the present.
(412) 567-4229
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15229
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Thank you for reading through my profile. My goal as a therapist is to help you find your own current strengths and coping strategies, capitalizing on the ones that work, and creating new ones if something is no longer working.
(412) 564-0600
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15234
“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
Dan Hetherington, Psychologist  in Sewickley
“Therapy is about change. A person decides to find a therapist after struggling on their own, trying to make changes, and often ending up feeling stuck and isolated. I will help you to find new possibilities, to open up new options in your life, whether they be in regard to specific situations, or longer term struggles with others, or within yourself.
(412) 626-5860
Sewickley, Pennsylvania 15143
Eileen Savikas, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I am a well experienced professional counselor ready to help you. I am accepting new clients and am in-network with the insurance providers of the Pittsburgh area, keeping your out of pocket costs at a minimum. Many of the clients I see are dealing with anxiety, depression or relationship issues. To help, I often utilize a blend of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical-behavioral therapy (DBT) skills to help my clients develop better coping skills and manage their stressors. Stress is an inevitable part of life, it's how we cope that makes the difference.
(412) 357-2430
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15229
Mindfulworks, LLC Integrative Services, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“If you are encountering a life transition, relationship conflict, or just feel "stuck", I would like to help you. I provide strategies and concrete skills for the overall healthy and motivated client to become more balanced. My focus is women empowerment issues, life transitions, relationship conflict, and self-esteem. My tools: stress management, therapeutic yoga techniques, coping skills, life mapping, and offer education on biofeedback and emotional freedom technique. I have over 17 years experience combined in medical, education & counseling which includes~ 200- hour level registered yoga teacher with advanced training in holistic practices.
(412) 347-4428
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
Michele Bertini, Counselor  in Shadyside
“Ready to shift in a positive way? It's one thing to talk about your problems and another to resolve them. I specialize in holistic approaches that focus on healing the root cause. As unresolved issues fester inside of you, they leave you feeling unhappy, unfulfilled, anxious or depressed. Over time these unresolved issues build up and form patterns of negative thinking and behaving that drain you and your joy for life. I believe we are hard-wired for joy at our core. My compassionate and nonjudgmental approach helps release the negativity that is blocking your joy and fulfillment.
(412) 203-8179
Shadyside, Pennsylvania 15232
Lynn Harper, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“Do you feel overwhelmed, anxious, depressed or angry? Are you trying to cope with loss, loneliness, or chronic illness? Are you struggling to change behaviors or do you feel stuck in your thinking? You may already know what you need and want in your therapy or you may doubt that therapy can even help. We will begin wherever you are at. My goal is to effectively address the issue or issues that bring you in for treatment. In our sessions, you will have the opportunity to talk openly in a safe, supportive setting.
(412) 567-4211
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
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
Village Center for Holistic Therapy, Treatment Facility  in Pittsburgh
“We come to therapy for many different reasons. Maybe we've lost someone close to us. Maybe we feel disempowered and unmotivated at work and at home. Or we're drowning in rage. Or shame. Or fear. Maybe we have a tendency that interrupts our connections with others and our self-growth. Maybe we can't bring our selves to forgive. Or certain memories have hijacked our very being. But the most vital reason we come to therapy is that we want to grow: we have imagined something else and we want change. That in itself is momentous.
(412) 727-8882
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15220
“I have been a practicing therapist for over 30 years, so I have dealt with all kinds of problems and issues that people come in, seeking help with. My approach is eclectic and personalized and is based upon the issues you bring, your life situation, and your goals for therapy. I accept most major insurances but if you do not have insurance, or an insurance plan I do not participate in, I have a sliding fee scale and we can make something work for you.
(412) 203-4846
Bridgeville, Pennsylvania 15017
Kelly Meinhart, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I specialize in working with children, adolescents, and young adults struggling with a range of concerns, including anxiety, trauma and loss, adjustments and transitions, ADHD and anger, as well as relationship issues, mood difficulties, and social skills deficits. I also have experience with working with children and families working through adoption issues and assisting students adjusting to college life. Additionally, I help parents increase their competence and confidence in managing the challenges of raising children in a changing world through skills coaching and parent education.
(412) 651-1157
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Holly Bronder, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“As a licensed clinical social worker, I am passionate about helping children and adolescents who struggle with anxiety learn to overcome their worries and effectively manage feelings of distress. I specialize in the treatment of anxiety disorders and have additional interest in working with body-focused repetitive behaviors, perfectionism, and mood/self-esteem issues. I have worked in various levels of mental health care, including inpatient and intensive outpatient programs, providing group and individual therapy.
(412) 388-0880
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15216
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
Judith Lydon, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“I believe it is important for us to slow down and give ourselves time to appreciate what our lives are about, in successes, pleasures, as well as trials and failures. I bring this philosophy to my engagement with persons in treating various situations.
(412) 246-8520
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15232
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Allegheny County have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Allegheny County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Allegheny County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Allegheny County or family therapy in Allegheny County.

How to find a specialist?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, such as a child psychologist or sex therapist, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.