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Therapists in Philadelphia

Bianca Previdi, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“I offer comprehensive psychiatric treatment for a variety of mental health concerns, and seek to provide an individualized approach through therapy and/ or medications. I believe we learn ways of thinking, feeling and behaving at an early age, and often repeat these patterns in our adult life even when they no longer are in our best interests. This may lead to symptoms such as anxiety or depression. Often, we are unaware of these patterns, feeling only the discomfort they produce.
(215) 795-4316
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Carole Nehez, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSS
“I offer psychotherapy and psychoanalysis to individuals and groups in a positive, safe, non-judgmental environment. My goal is to provide the right balance of support and challenge to help each client work, play and love to the fullest of his or her potential. I frequently work with clients who have experienced early wounding as well as those having difficulty with transitions in relationships, aging, loss, or end of life. I enjoy work with artists seeking to free creative energy. I see each client as unique and our work together as an exploration of what is possible, desirable and achievable.
(215) 703-7941 x434
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Jeanine C O'Rourke, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Deciding to start therapy takes a huge leap of faith and I have tremendous respect for anyone willing to brave it. I'm always inspired by my clients. For the past 10 years, it has been my privilege to serve people in a wide range of settings and listen to the stories of their lives. I am repeatedly stunned by how little acknowledgment people in pain give themselves. Most of them donít look like theyíre suffering at all to the outside world. But thatís not how they feel inside.
(267) 712-9987
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146
Valerie Saxton, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I believe that every individual has the wisdom to know how to heal themselves and the courage to face life's challenges and grow from them. It is my job, as a therapist, to help you connect with this innate wisdom and courage. In therapy, I work to create a space where you can feel safe, understood, and cared for. Within this space, we will explore your current difficulties and challenges. We will address these challenges in ways that fit you and that build upon your unique strengths and personality.
(267) 915-4068
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147
Susan Matour, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“People contact me when they want to feel less anxious, down, or "stuck" in their lives. Some are paralized by panic and worry; others feel deeply discouraged and doubtful about their futures, and some are facing relationship problems, loss, or are at a crossroads in life. My clients range in age from 22 to 95, so I am familiar with the ways these struggles show themselves througout the lifespan. My approach is warm, collaborative, and shaped to each client's needs. The focus is on what we think, and how we treat our thinking.
(215) 261-7917
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Nicole Levin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CYT
“At times, life can be very challenging and difficult. You may feel stuck, lost or uncertain of what direction to take. I offer psychotherapy to help you gain clarity, reduce suffering and to offer new possibilities. Through working together, we can create a space that is healing and helpful to you. My goal is to learn about who you are, what you want, and what is necessary to create change. I provide a supportive and transformational therapeutic experience that helps you to feel better.
(215) 995-4164
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146
Marram Emily Jane Plapp, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“I view counseling as a process in which I accompany my clients on a profound journey of healing and growth. I focus on truly connecting with my clients, and being fully present to whatever it is they are experiencing in their life that brings them into counseling with my compassionate, non-judgmental, accepting, open, and intuitive nature. Through this heartfelt connection and presence my clients feel seen, heard, and understood. Through this attentive connection and presence I guide my clients in a process of exploring their struggles in order to gain insight into the causes and create change.
(267) 799-1063
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Ameet Ravital, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Are you experiencing emotional distress, relationship challenges, financial stress or chronic health issues? Over time, such problems can be exhausting to your mind, body and spirit. Unresolved, they can take a heavy toll on your work performance and daily satisfaction with life. I can offer you a very different approach. Change will start with the first session. Together we'll start by understanding your goals, and then we'll lay out the first steps to move in that direction. Aren't you ready to uncover new possibilities?
(215) 987-5340
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Eric B Levin, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I believe it is the relationship in therapy that is truly healing. Honesty, compassion and sometimes a sense of humor can be powerful medicine. I enjoy working with people who are truly ready to make some changes in their life, even if they're terrified to do so.
(215) 559-9716
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146
Helene lovell Dow, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW
“My goal as a therapist is to create a safe place in which clients may explore how patterns of thinking or acting may be creating anxiety, stress or dissatisfaction in their relationship with themselves and others. I believe therapy is a partnership between the therapist and client in a process of rediscovering and strengthening the resources we all possess that enable us to meet and handle life as it comes. My priority is meeting clients where they are and supporting them in their journey toward greater self-awareness and appreciation of their own capacity for healing and change.
(215) 874-6109
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19130
Sydney E Pulver, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“If you are looking for a therapist, I assume it's because you are unhappy with some part of yourself: your life, your career, or your relationships. The unhappiness can take many forms. You may feel depressed, or scared, or worried, or guilty,or angry, or ashamed. My forte is psychodynamic psychotherapy, which assumes that beneath the feelings that you are aware of, there is a network of other conflicting feelings operating out of your control. In dynamic psychotherapy, our goal will be to help you understand those deeper feelings, see how they are interfering with your well-being, and to help you change them.
(215) 987-4807
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Douglas J Bogdanoff, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“It's difficult to feel that something is wrong and seek help. You may be scared to share your thoughts, and trust you will be respected and understood. I've worked as a psychotherapist for 7 years, and feel that a therapeutic relationship should adapt to each client's needs. Our work will focus on understanding key issues that impede your growth, while finding practical solutions in the present. Life is more stressful than ever. We are increasingly isolated by technology, schedule, financial and relationship concerns. Outlets for healing and growth are hard to find. I would like to help.
(917) 746-0945
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Jacqueline Falkenheim, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, MSS, LCSW
“Why seek psychotherapy? Are you feeling uncomfortable in your relationships, misunderstood, overwhelmed, helpless, depressed, or anxious, and unable to fulfill your needs and desires? I have spent many years assisting people grow and make emotional changes that help them feel more buoyant, successful and expansive in all aspects of their lives. I aim to create an environment that is nurturing, tender, safe and conducive to the exploration of your wishes, resources, disappointments and fears. My goal is to attend to the complexity of a person's experience, offering you the time and space to become known contentedly to yourself and others.
(610) 915-8252
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Ray J Salas,   in Philadelphia
“For me one thing is certain, people matter. Throughout my professional career I have had the opportunity to see people who've wanted to improve their life do so, with help. Change occurs through a relationship and I'd like to invite you into a relationship that will offer insight and an opportunity to regain a true sense of self. Are you tired of life not making sense? Do you wonder why you engage in certain behaviors that hurt you or your loved ones? Let's explore together and get you the help you deserve.
(484) 551-5168
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Bridgett Bollin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“In my practice, I seek to build a collaborative relationship with my clients, characterized by warmth, acceptance and humor. I empower my clients to take an active role in shaping our work together, whether that is short-term treatment targeting a specific problem, or more in-depth work. I encourage you to contact me for a phone consultation to explore your concerns and discuss treatment recommendations, as well as to see if you feel the therapeutic relationship would be a good match.
(267) 296-8313
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19110
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 living.
(215) 687-4268
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147
Nita Laver, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Are you tired of repeating old patterns that are holding you back in your life? Have you been feeling angry, empty, lonely stressed out and unhappy? Are you struggling through a transition or a loss or with the legacy of emotional, physical or sexual abuse? There are times in everyone's life when reaching out for and receiving help can make a real difference in resolving problems, easing pain and living a more satisfying life. In psychotherapy a safe place will be created in which to deal with and resolve the unhappiness you are experiencing.
(215) 798-0291
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Thomas N Wood, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PhD
“Do you struggle in your relationship? Do you struggle with sexual arousal or orgasm? As a sex and relationship therapist, I work with individuals and couples to resolve communication issues, sexual dysfunction, and relationship injuries. The primary goal of my work is to identify and maximize strengths for effective achievement of personal goals. Our first few sessions will focus on the clear identification of the problem and the contributing factors. Once we are clear on the issue and the goal(s) for our work, I will tailor a treatment approach designed uniquely for your personal concerns.
(302) 504-4028
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147
Belmont Behavioral Hospital ED Treatment, Treatment Facility  in Philadelphia
“As one of the largest providers of behavioral and mental healthcare, Belmont Behavioral Hospital has been providing exceptional treatment for children, adolescents, adults, and senior adults for over 75 years. Offering a full continuum of services, the highly trained and qualified staff at Belmont is able to meet the unique needs of each individual who is entrusted into their care. The staff is dedicated to providing the highest quality of treatment possible, so that each patient can leave Belmont Behavioral Hospital with a renewed sense of overall wellness and the confidence to embark on a bright future. Whether people are suffering from chemical dependency or psychiatric concerns, such as depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, schizophrenia, or eating disorders, the staff at Belmont will work to ensure that true and lasting recovery is within their reach.
(844) 201-8134
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
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

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