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Therapists in Philadelphia

KEP Life Skills Consulting LLC, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“I offer therapy, counseling, coaching, consulting and professional development services. Mental wellness issues I commonly encounter are: anxiety, depression, relationship issues, career counseling, low self-esteem or confidence, conflict resolution, anger, grief, loss, resentment and more. Crisis management services offered during walk-in hours for immediate concerns. I am an additional support and objective ear to listen to your concerns. No problem is too BIG or too small to be managed. To live a better life, to be content with what we do and who we are the ultimate goals for everyone.
(267) 388-3095
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Robert J Hunt, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Dealing with emotional or relationship problems, or perhaps a traumatic life experience alone can be challenging and isolating. There comes a time in many of our lives when getting help from a professional may be imperative. When choosing a therapist, their wisdom, life experience, empathy and connection with you are crucial as they will teach you the skills you need to better manage life. I believe I possess these qualities and impart them in each professional relationship whether it is with an individual, couple or a family. Therapy occurs in a safe and confidential environment.
(267) 536-2513 x1
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19130
Lori Goldstein, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“People often decide to see a psychiatrist because they are experiencing psychological or interpersonal pain. Because of this pain, they are unable to feel a sense of well-being or feel connected to themselves or others. Often, emotional pain results from unknown or unrecognized beliefs, conflicts, and patterns. When people are unaware of their feelings, thoughts, and actions, they may stay stuck in maladaptive ways of thinking and relating. Psychotherapy aims to help people develop a deeper awareness of themselves in order to relieve symptoms, enhance well-being, and develop a healthier relationship with the self and others.
(267) 871-9970
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Charmaine Ensinger, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Philadelphia
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Ms. Ensinger is a marriage and family therapist who enjoys working with adults, young adults, children, couples, and families of all backgrounds. Her areas of focus include anxiety, depression, trauma, and life transitions.
(267) 633-8491
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Troy Jackson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSS, LSW
“Life is a practice, a practice of reflection. Quite often when individuals begin the therapeutic process, they ask themselves "what is wrong with me?" rather than "what is right with me?" In my work I help clients reframe the negative into the positive. Through collaboration we will work to foster feelings and thoughts that lead to a place of acceptance and positive growth. I desire to empower individuals and families to find the tools to flourish within their life plans and embrace accepted choices. I truly believe through the journey of therapy and self-discovery one can embrace honesty and an authentic life.
(267) 915-2352
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146
Diane S. Hunt, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“If our relationships shape both our experience as well as our biology, then connecting with a skilled therapist is a critical element in your journey towards growth,health and healing.
(267) 888-4238
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19130
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSS, LCSW
“My approach to therapy will activate your creativity, strengths, and resources to help you reach your goals, alleviate pain and feel more fully alive. You may have been disconnected from these, but I am highly skilled in helping people access their inner and outer resources in the service of growth and healing. I cultivate a collaborative, non-judgmental relationship by skillfully listening, and asking questions in order to understand what is important to YOU. I work with issues of anxiety, depression, feeling stuck, developing creative expression or removing blocks, difficulties with relationships, loss and grief, and life transitions.
(215) 253-3584
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146
Alisa Kamis-Brinda, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCADC
“Do you worry all the time? Is it hard for you to turn your thoughts off? Would you like to enjoy the present moment, but feel unable to do so because you are so focused on the past or future? For many people, their fears negatively affect their relationships, work and health. They don't know how to let go of their worries or they've tried things that only made their problems worse.
(215) 285-1084
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Matthew Whitehead, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I believe that our most fundamental struggles are related to difficulties in our relationships. That's why I think collaboration in therapy is important. I work with clients to help them use their curiosity, talents, and strengths to resolve confusion and achieve understanding and relief. My style is non-judging and genuine so clients feel comfortable talking about parts of their life that are stressful, frustrating, and even painful. In working together, I hope to help clients achieve a better sense of meaning in their lives and satisfaction in their relationships, so that anxiety, depression, shame and guilt ease away.
(484) 546-4359
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW
“Althea works in the field of Mental Health providing care in the areas of: anger management, conflict resolution, ADHD, ODD, Anxiety and Depression, Relationship Issues, Child and Adolescent issues.
(215) 559-9958
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19141
Will Moreschi, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“Sad? Depressed? Anxious? Unfulfilled? Unsure about what is bothering you? I believe that life is a journey and that, while on that journey, you will face obstacles. I work to provide an environment where clients can discover the beauty of their journey by promoting hope and positive expectations for success and true happiness. Each day, we are given the opportunity to grow by learning how to better understand ourselves and our relationships. We will work together to find more happiness and joy, promote stronger connections with the people that you love, and create opportunities for creative and authentic expression in all aspects of your life.
(267) 744-4109 x2
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
George Bernato, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“All people have the innate potential to live a meaningful and satisfying life. Problems in life are usually related to an inner conflict. The conflict can be resolved through self-knowledge. Insight about yourself lessens suffering because ignorance of yourself is diminished. When you know yourself, you will be more comfortable, people will know you as someone authentic. That makes a difference in how you experience your life and interact with people and the events of life. Interpersonal conflict and emotional suffering are diminished, thereby increasing the quality of your life.
(267) 403-4233
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106
Ashley King, Counselor  in Philadelphia
Counselor, MSEd, EdM
“Therapy is a practice and an ever-evolving process. The process is the cauldron where true transformation, growth, and alchemy occur. In our work together I make it my mission to help you see that, like everything, you too are a complex, fluid, sometimes mercurial being, not fixed or static. In a safe container that we co-create, we will mine your uniquely fluctuating "constellation of potentialities" to discover how you can best live in right relationship with all of the complexities and challenges of being human.
(215) 995-0219
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
Marcie J Wood, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Are you feeling stuck, depressed or anxious? Do you need help figuring out how to communicate better or break unhealthy patterns in your relationships? Do you want to learn better coping skills or stress management techniques? I can help. I'm a friendly, engaged, challenging and compassionate therapist who will work with you to explore your problems and develop an individualized plan to help you feel better and accomplish your goals.
(215) 977-4707
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Emma Hazanov, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe people have an inherent need to know themselves and relate to others authentically. When people struggle to be themselves, they can end up feeling depressed, anxious, and overwhelmed. Therapy can help provide a newfound sense of self, wholeness, and joy in life. My work is based on viewing people in terms of their individuality and humanity, not a set of diagnostic labels and a conglomeration of symptoms. I believe that healing takes place through the creation of a trusting therapeutic relationship, and I ensure that I provide empathic feedback and genuine responsiveness to create such a relationship.
(610) 981-1402
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Ellen Singer Coleman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CGP
“I am a licensed clinical social worker and psychotherapist specializing in women's adult development. My passion has always been to support women as they navigate life transitions and I specialize in working with women going through separation or divorce. Regardless of who initiates the separation or divorce or whether children are involved, a marital breakup inevitably creates powerful and often overwhelming emotions. This is a life-altering event that impacts a woman's life in complex ways.
(215) 703-8833
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Jeanie Snodgrass Almo, Counselor  in Philadelphia
Counselor, BSN, MS, CHT
“I am the Founder of Fairmount Associates, LLC, a private counseling practice combining traditional psychotherapy approaches with hypnotherapy , mindfulness, & energy therapies to address issues as relationships, marriage, separation, divorce, depression, grief and loss, parenting issues, substance abuse, and self esteem. When appropriate, I employ hypnosis and hypnotherapy along with energy and mindfulness therapies to overcome anxiety, fears, phobias, anger, stress; to improve focus for sport, speaking and test taking; preparing for medical procedures & treatments; deal with chronic pain & illness; smoking and weight issues; & for stress reduction & stress management. This comprehensive background and experience provide a platform for my skills as a Life Coach.
(215) 486-3283
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19130
Allan L Goldberg, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I believe that the work of therapy needs to be done in an atmosphere of safety, intelligence, warmth and humor. Therapy is often hard work because it takes so much commitment for us to look at ourselves objectively and work through challenging issues in our lives. Sometimes we come to therapy because there is a specific situation that we need immediate and/or brief assistance with or for an objective voice of reason. Sometimes we come to therapy because there have been challenges over time that have gotten in our way of getting what we want out of our lives.
(215) 592-4060
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Kyle Schultz, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“People come to see me because they have reached a point in their lives where something needs to change. This may be a decreased experience of happiness and fulfillment, repetitive patterns of destructive behavior, a general sense of agitation and frustration, diminishing relationships with loved ones, a desire to understand yourself more clearly, or something else entirely. If you are reading this, then you have, at least, entertained the idea of making serious changes in your life. I will help you examine what is working well in your life and what is hindering your journey towards health and happiness.
(267) 297-4989
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Radhika Patel  in Philadelphia
“Therapy is a collaborative process, with both the therapist and the client working together towards a common goal: helping the client reach his or her potential. As a certified School Psychologist, I am qualified to complete psycho-educational assessments to identify learning difficulties faced by individuals of all ages. I also work with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families in therapy with a range of social, emotional, and interpersonal difficulties. By using a strengths-based approach and employing a variety of therapeutic modalities to help clients, I am dedicated to support and empower individuals throughout their quest for happiness.
(215) 337-4959
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103

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