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Therapists in Philadelphia

Dermot P. Curtin, Counselor  in Philadelphia
Counselor, MS
“I have had extensive training and experience working with adults and older adolescents and I provide treatment that is supported by evidence based psychological practices. I received my graduate education from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM), and my theoretical orientation is integrative, which means I use a mixture of different approaches, depending u[on the needs of the client. I also work with clients to help them develop and enhance the strengths that they already have. My style is interactive and I provide ongoing feedback as well as suggesting activities to do between appointments for further support.
(267) 728-4012
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Dana P Reinhold, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“If you are navigating a difficult transition in your life, I can help you find clarity and develop your resilience. A change in view can change everything. With many years of experience, I have helped people from many backgrounds deal with difficult life challenges, mental illness, personality disorders, addictions, and trauma. Drawing on several therapeutic approaches to work most effectively with each client, I use cognitive behavior therapy as well as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy to help people overcome anxiety and the impact of past traumatic experiences, I offer Mindfulness groups, as well as incorporating Mindfulness concepts and practices into individual therapy.
(215) 543-7687
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Douglas N Rorapaugh, Counselor  in Philadelphia
Counselor, MDiv, MS
“I work with a wide diversity of people and their unique concerns, issues and problems. Gay, lesbian, transgender, bisexual people, men, women and teens with questions and concerns about their sexuality or gender identity, people facing religious and spiritual issues, and performing and creative artists form the core of my practice. Common questions and issues include: relationships, career exploration and transitions, religious vocation and discernment, healing from church / religious mistreatment and trauma, personal spiritual growth, performance / creative blocks and breakthroughs, performance anxiety, and achieving happiness and balance in life.
(215) 486-8313
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
Katherine Michos, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“People decide to start therapy for a variety of reasons - depression and anxiety, ending of a relationship, a major life transition or self discovery, just to name a few. Whatever your personal reasons are to begin therapy, I believe that the process of therapy along with the therapeutic relationship serve as the vehicle to help you reach your goals. Based on your unique needs, we create a therapy treatment plan together. By creating a safe and non-judgmental space, I then work with you in a collaborative manner to help you identify your feelings, thoughts, and behaviors and discover how these three influence each other.
(267) 871-9624
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147
Amber Cooper,   in Philadelphia
CYT, CPLC
“Are you tired of feeling stuck and watching as time goes by? Do you dream of new things you'd like to do, but can't get past fears, doubts, paralysis or the opinions of others that hold you back? We will work together for you to stop tolerating life while you become an active participant. I will support you in getting your needs met, releasing toxicity, and identifying and removing blocks to find your path.
(267) 863-2870
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Integral Life, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I believe that the relationship created between clients and myself can be a source of change and growth. I work to create relationships which aid in achieving the goals you desire. I do not pathologize, but see the humanity of each person. When we sit in pain or loss with the skills of therapy available, wonderful healing can happen.
(215) 735-0404
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146
Kathy J Segal, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“During my post-doctorate fellowship year at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, we had a serious and destructive earthquake. Medical staff and trainees throughout the hospital went into action with clothes and food for the stricken families. We helped with the all of the immediate needs that the crisis created for each person.
(267) 244-1601
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Jennifer Houk, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“"The truth will set you free"... I became a therapist because I believe that through relationship, listening, and talking, a tremendous amount of healing can take place in a person's life. I believe in people and the potential for change and growth in their lives. I see therapy as a partnership in facilitating that change. I help people to free themselves from various things that hold them down, guilt, anger, shame, addictions, anxiety... I attempt to help people establish a more solid foundation of self worth, balance, love and flexibility to be able to negotiate the world, their relationships and themselves more successfully.
(215) 688-5781
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Jody Ehrlich, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“Learning is a lifelong process and all people are capable of learning. It is never too late to grow, change and develop new, healthier and more effective approaches for interacting and communicating. By choosing to be more conscious and self-aware, we move into a process of growth and change.
(215) 687-4268
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106
S.J. Landau Counseling & Consultation Services, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
“The human experience invites opportunities to deepen our awareness of ourselves, to grow, and to pro-actively confront life's challenges. As a seasoned psychotherapist, I have experience working with a wide range of clients dealing with inner and/or relationship issues. I welcome new clients into a supportive therapeutic alliance where together we explore your concerns in the context of your personal strengths and innate capacity to heal.
(215) 874-5623
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19129
Laura Hertz, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I offer individual, couples, and family therapy. Much of my work centers on supporting people who are facing career and/or relationship challenges. Many are going through difficult life transitions. Additionally, I frequently treat people with PTSD, depression, and anxiety. I am trained in various approaches, including Cognitive Processing Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Integrative Behavioral Couple Therapy (IBCT). Please see the IBCT website (http://ibct.psych.ucla.edu/about.html) for more information. As a board certified coach, I also provide personal and executive coaching in person and over the telephone.
(215) 310-5695
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Jenn Curren, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“A holistic approach to psychotherapy allows you not only to examine your thoughts and behaviors, but also your personal relationship to the world and how it is expressed through your sense of feeling, thinking, and being. I work with individuals and families ranging in age from children to adolescents and adults with a holistic approach that incorporates mindfulness into sessions
(908) 975-0930
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Lawrence D. Blum, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“If you had a problem with your heart, you'd consult a cardiologist. For problems with your emotional heart, you should also consult an expert: a psychoanalyst, a mental health professional with extra training to help people understand what their problems are really about, especially problems that don't respond to simple solutions and advice. For the most effective treatment, kindness and understanding are essential, and so is extensive knowledge of human psychology, culture, and biology. Confidentiality and respect for personal experience, autonomy, and potential for change and growth are equally important.
(215) 995-1203
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Julie VanNoord, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW, CEAP
“Julie VanNoord is a licensed clinical social worker and has been in private practice for more than 25 years. Her areas of specialization include depression and anxiety, grief and loss, LGBT issues, and workplace concerns.
(267) 843-4136
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147
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
Jessie Timmons, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“As a licensed clinical social worker practicing psychotherapy, I work with clients to realize the changes they want to make in their lives while taking into account the effects of their external realities. I am especially interested and expert in working with people who are struggling with substance use, anxiety and depression, as well as being competent in work with the queer and gender variant communities. I work with clients to create a safe space, where they can trust their ability to be vulnerable. I incorporate a harm-reduction perspective into my work with clients concerned about their substance use.
(610) 915-8146
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
Ashley King, Counselor  in Philadelphia
Counselor, MSEd, EdM
“Buddhist teacher Chögyam Trungpa once said that, "the basic work of health professionals in general and psychotherapists in particular is to become full human beings and to inspire full human-beingness in people who feel starved about their lives." If there were a quote designed to encapsulate my vision of our process together, it would be this.
(215) 995-0219
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
Anne D Ream, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“Are you struggling with depression, stress or anxiety? Have you experienced or witnessed difficult or traumatic events? Having problems dealing with a boss or coworkers? Do you have difficulty with your children, spouse or family? Are you going through a divorce or has someone close to you died? Do you feel confused, lost or alone? There are times in everyone's life when professional help can make a difference. Together, you and I will develop an approach to help you improve your life, relationships and succeed in your goals. You will be pleased with the result of our work together.
(215) 995-5248
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Therese M. Daniels, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“Therese has earned a BA degree from Villanova University and a Masters in Counseling Psychology from Immaculata University. Therese has over 10 years of experience in the mental health field working with children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. She is also trained as a Sexual Assault Counselor. Therese has provided counseling to individuals and families focusing on issues such as; anger management, social and communication skills, behavioral disorders, ADHD, anxiety, depression, sexual abuse, self-esteem, trauma, life transitions, and parenting skills. She has worked in a variety of settings such as school-based services, residential treatment centers, outpatient offices, and in-home services.
(855) 284-7483
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Anthony F Verdi, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I take a cognitive behavioral approach to helping my clients gain personal insight and to make behavioral changes. Depression, anxiety, and relationship issues can interfere with problem solving. Together we can explore options, develop problem solving techniques, and coping mechanisms that will help you feel more in control of your self and your situation. My style is informal and relaxed. Ideal clients are those that are committed to making changes and who are willing to fully participate in the therapeutic relationship.
(215) 987-2609
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146
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