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Therapists in Allegheny County

Terri Fessler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe each of us has a gift of self to unwrap and embrace along life's journey. But I also know firsthand how impossible that gift can seem when we experience trauma. Trauma can leave us permanently changed, turned inside out, and feeling set apart from goodness. We grieve the loss of dignity and doubt the existence of love. But healing can be found.
(412) 567-9375
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15218
Megan Lindeman, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I believe in the innate worth and dignity of every person, and that people do the best they can with the skills and resources that they currently have. We all have joys and sorrows that impact our daily functioning and future life choices. Sometimes these can make us feel "stuck," but we have the power to choose how we respond to these situations. Since learning never ends, we will discuss ways in which to build self-awareness and build your "tool box" with strategies to empower you in everyday life.
(412) 540-4141
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222
Ann Barrows, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“I utilize a psychodynamic approach to my work with children, adults, families and couples. Psychodynamic psychotherapy enables one to experience greater meaningfulness, satisfaction and efficacy in relationships and work.
(412) 440-5501
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Joseph Greenberg, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“My goal in working with people in therapy is to help them identify the obstacles that stand in the way of them reaching their goals, and then learn ways to overcome those obstacles. Those goals may include such diverse subjects as increasing one's satisfaction with themselves, their relationships, or their life in general.
(412) 228-0439
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15241
Jessie D'Antonio, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I believe it takes strength and courage to acknowledge difficult experiences, feelings and life stressors. Sometimes things can build up individually or within relationships and become overwhelming. My approach to therapy is warm and collaborative to help facilitate growth and change. I am a licensed professional counselor and have over 10 years of experience working with a variety of challenges including depression, anxiety, worrying thoughts, relationship issues, eating disorders, grief and loss. I enjoy working with others in a holistic way to improve overall wellness. I have an eclectic style to help support each individual, couple and/or child.
(412) 680-0038
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15229
Jesse A. Virago, Counselor  in Verona
“Ready for a change? Somatic psychotherapy is the art of healing, the science of change and the "hard work miracle" of personal growth and transformation. A uniquely effective and creative process, somatic psychotherapy welcomes the whole person, mobilizes developmental resources, generates new possibilities and maximizes therapeutic results. So if you're feeling sad, worried or frustrated; are dissatisfied with yourself, your work or your relationships; have experienced trauma or too many hard times; or you just need some help becoming the person you want to be, living the life you want to live, consider the many advantages of somatic psychotherapy.
(412) 385-3597
Verona, Pennsylvania 15147
Tanya Bass, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Do you not recognize your teenager anymore? Is your marriage not working out the way you imagined it would? Do you wake up and wonder how your life got to this point? Do you always seem to choose partners that are not good for you? Relationships are both the most difficult and the most rewarding things about being human,and they are HARD! I believe very strongly in the power of relationships to heal as well as hurt. I help people look at the relationships in their lives and figure out how to move forward in a new way.
(724) 749-4862
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Jennifer Sims, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“*I am currently not accepting new clients* Counseling is a powerful tool that can help us know ourselves deeply, transform negative emotions, and live more authentic lives. I am passionate about healing and find it to be a radical and life-changing process.
(412) 347-6375
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
Elizabeth Reitz, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“I have specialized in treating children, adolescents, & families for over 10 years. My goals are to form a meaningful alliance with a child and their family and to support them in learning new strategies to overcome their current challenges. I treat children with depression, anxiety, anger, ADHD, and RAD. I help children to improve their social skills, self-esteem, ability to manage their emotions, and ability to be organized and focused. I help families to improve relationships with one another and to reduce conflict. I work closely with parents, schools, and physicians when appropriate to increase the effectiveness of treatment.
(412) 368-2211
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
Gina M Fitzmartin, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Are you having problems with an eating disorder? Difficulties with chemical addictions? Have you had abuse in your childhood that affects you today in your life and in your relationships? If so counseling can help and I will work with you in treatment to find a new way of living. Therapy can be a way to learn new skills, explore certain issues, and find support in the context of a safe therapeutic relationship. Contact me thru my website and I will talk with you about your concerns and problems.
(412) 329-6547
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15208
Amy Lohr, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“While we all experience times where we feel broken and beaten down by the ways of life, we all also embody great resilience to overcome these struggles. Feeling broken, also doesn't mean that we are broken, defective, or damaged. My hope, as your therapist, is to support you in discovering your strengths & resiliencies on the journey toward feeling whole again. Through my personal healing journey and my professional expertise, I devote a lot of energy toward understanding spirituality, mind-body connection, & personal growth.
(412) 436-5798
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222
Francine D Pritt Licensed Professional Counselor, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“My clients come to me because they are struggling and feel trapped with their problems and no matter what they have tried (and many have tried therapy before) they can't pull themselves out of the repetitive difficult times. My clients leave, empowered, with specific tools that reshape how their brain works. My clients understand themselves in ways no one has ever taught them before and thus begin to find the light at the end of the tunnel.
(412) 265-4574
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15275
Hope Counseling Services of Pittsburgh, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bethel Park
“We specialize in marriage & relationship issues, depression, anxiety, and recovery from abuse. We are proud to offer a faith-based approach that is firmly grounded in the most current research. Believing that you should like your therapist, we work hard to make you feel at home. So, grab a free cup of coffee or hot cocoa, put your feet up by the fireplace and make yourself at home. Together, we can make progress enjoyable.
(412) 455-7251
Bethel Park, Pennsylvania 15102
Joshua Gregson, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“I help adults having difficulties with adjustment, anxiety, depression, interpersonal relationships, and distressing patterns of behavior. If you experience a lot of worry in daily life; if you regularly feel sad, irritable, or unmotivated; if you do not understand why relationships in your life repeatedly unfold in the same unwelcome fashion--these are the kinds of problems I help you address. I help you become aware of and confront the thoughts, feelings, and meanings that channel you into your difficulties, and I help you change some of the ways you relate to yourself.
(412) 387-4133
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Lisa Renee Fleissner, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Are you struggling with personal or marriage and family issues? I can help you improve your current struggles in a compassionate, non-judgmental relaxing atmosphere. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Masters Degree in Community Counseling from Gannon University. I have 10 yrs of psychology experience working in a variety of settings including group homes, school settings and in-home therapy environments. My outpatient experience includes private practice work as well as community mental health experience, where I treated a variety of drug and alcohol and mental health concerns. CALL TODAY!! I ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS!! 412-977-2036.
(724) 602-9720
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
Judith Lydon, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“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
Laura Langer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“"When you plant lettuce, if it does not grow well, you don't blame the lettuce. You look for reasons it is not doing well." Thich Nhat Hanh We face many challenges in life, both from without and within. Whether you are dealing with anxiety, depression, trauma, self esteem, parenting, transitions, women's, GLBT or relationship issues , my practice is to support your healing process by offering a safe, respectful and compassionate environment.
(412) 567-6235
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15233
Barbara K George, Counselor  in Mckeesport
“We all encounter events in our lives that require new ways of thinking and acting. Since we typically utilize thinking patterns that have worked in the past, we are not guaranteed success at coping with new events. Our minds can evolve along with our lives, however, if we can broaden our thinking styles and skills. This cognitive process requires the use of all our faculties, and often the assistance of a trained, experienced therapist.
(412) 228-7677
Mckeesport, Pennsylvania 15132
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
Sandra Banks, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“** Currently unable to accept new clients due to wait time for an appointment. Profile will be updated as soon as space becomes available!
(412) 515-8342
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
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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.