Therapists: 1 to 20

Refine Your Search


Issues:

Common Issues:

Sexuality:

Mental Health:

Age:

Ethnicity:

Alternative Languages:

Religious Orientation:

Categories:

Treatment Orientation:

Modality:

Gender:

Video Enabled:

Type:

Accepted Insurance Plans:

Accepted Payment Methods:

Trauma and PTSD Therapists in Philadelphia
Post-Traumatic Stress

Lauren Pilar Cliggitt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Do you parent a child or teenager that has experienced a trauma, such as sexual abuse, violence, death of a loved one or bullying? Have you experienced upsetting or traumatic events that impact the quality of your life or everyday functioning? Are you experiencing feelings of depression or anxiety that contribute to self-esteem, relationship, academic or work difficulties? Is your child displaying symptoms such as anxiety, anger, sadness or irritability? I believe strongly that therapeutic support can enhance people's natural strengths and resilience to help them heal and recover from chronic stress, trauma & other difficulties.
Trauma and PTSD
(267) 329-5104
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
Amanda Geraci, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW
“I believe in individualized healing: that no two people are the same or have the same story. We will decide together what works best for you to improve your quality of life and overall health & wellness. I believe self-image, self-worth, and personal well-being come from the stories we tell ourselves and the identities we apply to ourselves. Addressing issues such as depression, anxiety, and addiction, in a holistic way can bring about change and healing. I engage healing through increasing relationship fulfillment, improving body & self-image, nutrition assessment, life transition support, and recovery from trauma and loss.
Trauma and PTSD
(267) 699-3625
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19130
“I work comfortably with people from a variety of cultural and ethnic backgrounds, and people within the LGBTQ community. In my practice I see adults, adolescents, and couples. I have a direct, interpersonal style in which I support and assist individuals in meeting their personal goals while helping them to process past and present issues related to trauma, child abuse/neglect, addiction(s), grief and loss, depression, or anxiety that may be interfering with their progress. I approach my clinical practice from a socially conscious perspective, working always to view personal difficulties within the sociocultural context in which we live.
Trauma and PTSD
(215) 995-5017
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Adria Filmore, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I believe that change can be a difficult undertaking for anyone. If you need help in an area of your life including your emotions, motivation, personality, behavior, interpersonal relationships, and more, I can be of help to you. I strive to provide healing, understanding, and help to my clients through a non-judgmental, supportive, and collaborative therapy relationship.
Trauma and PTSD
(215) 253-7318
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Therapy Center of Philadelphia, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“With over 40 years of experience, Therapy Center of Philadelphia (formerly Women's Therapy Center) nurtures individual well-being and personal growth by providing high-quality, affordable psychotherapeutic services in a feminist environment to women and transgender communities. We create this feminist environment through supporting client empowerment, collaboration, a de-emphasis on diagnosis, and on the recognition that the way in which we experience oppression is influenced and shaped by our concurrent identities. You and your therapist determine together what your goals are and amount of time you need in therapy.
Trauma and PTSD
(215) 995-3003 x12
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
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.
Trauma and PTSD
(610) 981-1402
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Medb McGearty, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSS, LSW
“As experiences impact our lives, we shift and change accordingly. Trying to make sense of these experiences alone can be painful. Together we can develop ways for you experience more fulfillment in your relationships, your work, your emotional life, and your creative life. We can work towards a better understanding of how the past has shaped you and focus on healing, self-discovery, and growth. Therapy is a collaborative and creative process, and I believe problem solving and self-discovery is best approached by developing original, constructive, and productive approaches to the questions raised by life's struggles.
Trauma and PTSD
(267) 915-6004
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19130
Cynthia Closs, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, DSW, LCSW
“In an effort to understand and resolve past and present experiences, life complexities often bring people to therapy. Through the development of a safe, affirming, interactive, compassionate, and collaborative therapeutic relationship, I believe that meaningful healing can be attained allowing persons to live gratifying lives.
Trauma and PTSD
(215) 240-7021
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147
Brian Daly, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“You can face anything and change. As a psychotherapist I use a collaborative approach, identifying whom you are- your genuine self- making you resilient and capable of disposing of unwanted feelings, moods and behaviors. Together we engineer an empowered self, conditioned to heal and ready to help mend family's marriages and loving relationships. Modern life is filled with long-term obligations-complicated sustained responsibilities- things that cannot be dispensed by simply switching jobs or moving to another town. Adult children return home, finances get strained, aging parents ask for help. Most people benefit from objective clinical support. Check my LinkedIn profile
Trauma and PTSD
(215) 983-3686
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147
Lindsay Bauer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CYT
“It is a mystery as to why things happen to us. It becomes even more complex as to how we will heal. Sometimes the emotional pain can become too difficult to get through alone and we often seek additional help. Whether you're suffering from a loss of a loved one, a marital conflict, stress, anxiety, or even PTSD, there is still hope. I believe that true healing comes from healthy attachments to self and others, meaningful mind-body connections, and by gaining better control over your thoughts, emotions and physical being.
Trauma and PTSD
(267) 943-3050
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Erin O'Brien, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“My approach is holistic and integrative with a basic belief in the value of relational connection. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology. I provide psychotherapy, clinical supervision, and consultation with specialties in EMDR, Complex PTSD, Attachment Trauma, and Relationship Difficulties. I believe that our core understanding of the world is heavily influenced by our family, culture, and community, and that these influences can have a lasting impact on how we connect with others. In addition to my practice, I am also a Clinical Supervisor at the Therapy Center of Philadelphia (FKA Women's Therapy Center).
Trauma and PTSD
(856) 282-2077
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19110
Kelly Jude, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“The key to effective change is to create intentional supports that will foster healthy adaptation to your particular challenge(s). One of the means to effect adaptive change is psychotherapy. I consider psychotherapy a carefully-crafted blend of art and science. With a casual, friendly and non-judgmental manner, I provide the environment necessary to develop a strong therapeutic relationship. This approach is paired with the highest standard of evidence-based treatments. It is this mindful balance that marks the difference in my practice. Anxiety to engage in therapy is normative, but easily overcome by my flexible style.
Trauma and PTSD
(267) 282-6030
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
“Chrysalis Psychotherapy for Women is a private psychotherapy practice that is limited to adult women seeking either individual, group or couple's therapy. Dr. Windham has worked with women primarily for over 15 years and specializes in women's issues such as sexual assault, childhood sexual abuse and neglect, trauma, and eating disorders.
Trauma and PTSD
(267) 362-9980
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Cassandra Bolding, Counselor  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPC, CAC, ICADC, HIVspec
“Provision of counseling/therapy/coaching to adolecesant through adult.Specialties include addictions(drug/alcohol, gambling, shopping, sex, food),womens issues,and post traumatic stress disorder resulting from(violence, combat, sexual trauma). In addition to HIV/AIDS issues,newly diagnosed and partners welcomed. Types of services offered include couples, family,group and individual therapy/coaching. We will work collaboratively to address depression, anger, fear, grief/loss, stress, relationship concerns and anxiety that impair your quality of life.
Trauma and PTSD
(215) 240-8617
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Jill Maier, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“Everyone faces some bumps on the road of life. Often times it is helpful to have someone besides friends or family to help fix the pot holes or navigate a new road. One of my strengths is creating a safe space through a non-judgmental attitude, being open minded, using humor, and basically keeping it real. By blending a focus on present day problems and any childhood issues we will work towards the goals you want to accomplish. Together we will focus on you making healthier choices, improving mood and self-esteem, and creating a better life balance.
Trauma and PTSD
(215) 600-4801
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19130
Aubrey Ludwig, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My approach to therapy is collaborative and interactive. Using a holistic style, I work to help you explore the emotional, intellectual, biological, and social characteristics that factor into your concerns.
Trauma and PTSD
(215) 791-8109
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
Mylisa Kesselman, Counselor  in Philadelphia
Counselor, MA, SAC
“It takes courage to recognize and accept when we might need help. Finding the right therapist to help may be even more challenging. My therapeutic philosophy is based on the idea that each of us has the capacity for healing and growth within ourselves. Therapy should provide you with the space to be your true and authentic self, without judgment, allowing you the freedom to realize your capacity to create meaning in your life. We will work together to develop a relationship rooted in safety and trust so that you can make choices and changes at a pace that feels right for you.
Trauma and PTSD
(484) 604-2011
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147
Michele S Jaffe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“There are those times in our lives when our discomfort with ourselves or others, just becomes too uncomfortable and you need to take an action that would solve the problem once and for all. Psychotherapy is that action. Confiding in someone who is respectful and competent, in that they can clarify your issues, right from the first session, can make your stress, no matter how high the stress, seem solvable. I am that therapist. Once clarity is reached, understanding and solving problems follow. Individual, couple or full family issues are addressed.
Trauma and PTSD
(267) 481-2823
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Sari Fleischman, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Many find themselves at a point in their lives where external support is necessary to navigate life's challenges. My clients seek therapy for a variety of reasons. Some may come to therapy to deal with a specific struggle, such as anxiety or depression, while others initiate therapy during a difficult life transition. Even positive transitions, such as getting a new job or starting a new relationship can be stressful. Together, we will merge our resources to address these challenges in a safe environment by exploring patterns, processing events from the past, and creating plans for change in the future.
Trauma and PTSD
(484) 938-1307
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Marilyn Luber, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I help individuals and couples work on trauma, psychological and relational issues and behaviors so that they can resolve them and enrich their lives. I have been a clinical psychologist since the mid-eighties and I view our work together as a collaborative process. I will begin by learning about and understanding you and your problem and we will figure out together what has contributed to your difficulties. The next step is to create a treatment plan tailored to you and your goal/s. Treatment consists of resolving these difficulties and re-accessing joy and interest in life.
Trauma and PTSD
(215) 995-5018 x3
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next

Not enough Trauma and PTSD Therapists (Post-Traumatic Stress) to choose from?
Try expanding your search for Therapists in Philadelphia to a larger area (e.g. Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
Trauma and PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress) Therapists
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a psychological reaction that occurs after an extremely stressful event, such as physical violence or military combat. Those suffering from PTSD have recurring memories of the stressful event and are anxious or scared even in the absence of danger. Flashbacks and nightmares are common symptoms as well.

If you're looking for help with PTSD in Philadelphia or for a Philadelphia PTSD Therapist these professionals provide PTSD therapy and PTSD treatment. They include PTSD Therapists, PTSD psychologists, PTSD psychotherapists and PTSD counselors. They can help with all aspects of post traumatic stress disorder in Philadelphia, PTSD symptoms, veterans PTSD and PTSD children.

If you're looking for help with trauma Therapist in Philadelphia or for a Philadelphia trauma Therapist these professionals provide trauma therapy, trauma treatment and Philadelphia trauma counseling. They include trauma Therapists, trauma psychologists and trauma counselors. They can help with Philadelphia trauma symptoms, veterans trauma and trauma children.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Philadelphia have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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