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Lesbian Clients Therapists in Philadelphia

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Dorothy Gibbons, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Thanks for visiting this page! I have been a therapist for 19 years and I love my work. I work best with individuals and couples who want to develop their relationships beyond the same old patterns that are not working for them. I will work with you to develop not only your personal insight but also how to take up full membership in your life and relationships. You will learn how to develop curiosity and compassion for yourself and others as well as skills to help you work with symptoms like anxiety, depression and outrage.
(267) 281-1922
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19109
Deborah Seagull, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I have been in practice for ten years working at Pennsylvania Hospital and in private practice. I work deeply and compassionately with patients focusing on the underlying issues of many common psychological problems. Therapist and patient work together to discover both positive and negative feelings about oneself, and what gets in the way of feeling good and making positive and healthy choices. This includes within oneself as well as in relationships. I work extensively with patients with health issues, especially cancer patients. I know how deep the changes that come from working this way can be, and have faith in the enormous benefit to patients.
(215) 649-7265
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
Teresa Harrington,   in Philadelphia
“I have a psychotherapeutic orientation, and am also trained in both cognitive-behavioral and mindfulness techniques. I work with the technique and orientation to fit the person--dealing with depression, anxiety, grief and loss. We all experience change and loss in our lives. Everyone copes in their own way and time. From the ending of a relationship, common life transitions (such as school, jobs, moving) to the death of a loved-one, change can sometimes be experienced as profound loss. And depression and/or anxiety can follow. I will help you go through a grieving process that will empower you. - Teresa Harrington, MSW, LSW
(267) 932-2155
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
“I believe people seek help from when they get "stuck" in some aspect of their lives. Through my 25 plus years of practice I work to help others make changes, choices, solve problems, and to grow in order to get "unstuck" and progress. I take an active, interactive, and supportive approach to therapy and use a variety of approaches as needed, sometimes working with the past and always with applications to the present.
(215) 874-7312
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Leiza Stanley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am an eclectic therapist with a variety of interventions designed to meet each persons individual needs. While trained and certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), I also incorporate psychodynamic, family systems, and contextual family therapy techniques. I strongly value the therapeutic relationship and believe therapy allows for a corrective experience where one can experiment with new patterns of behavior and communication to resolve pain and conflict. The feedback I get most from clients is that I am warm and accepting but active and direct. I believe I ask the right questions aimed at helping clients find inner strength.
(215) 631-3210
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Dr Eugene G. Devers, Philly Family Life Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
“I focus upon all things relational. We all occasionally find ourselves facing a transition/change, problem, concern, or conflict that we are unable to resolve; despite our determined attempts. I maintain that what we get "stuck-in" is living life and relational; no matter with whom or to what we are relating. If you desire, and are ready to learn how to get "un-stuck", I am prepared to help you create positive lasting changes in your life. I promise to provide you respectful, culturally sensitive, person centered, and solution focused counseling care. I look forward to hearing from you.
(215) 352-3145
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19115
George James, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Are you having difficulties in your relationship? Could you use some help to get your relationship on track? George James is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist who specializes in helping couples improve the quality of their relationship, reconcile conflicts & overcome intense situations such as affairs, lack of communication, parenting struggles & much more. He also works extensively with professional athletes, adult men & adolescent boys on various issues including defining manhood, career & work/life balance. Mr. James is devoted to helping people improve their quality of life, to be involved in the healing of their wounds & enrichment of their relationships.
(267) 800-2902 x4128
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104
“I am a psychiatrist with many years of experience. I am analytically trained and am very proficient using medication when it fits. I am a founding member of the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry and very experienced in psychotherapy of substance problems. (Board certified in Psychiatry and Addiction Psychiatry) I was trained and am an Associate Professor in the department of psychiatry at the University of Pensylvania.
(215) 660-4462
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Equilibria Psychological and Consultation Services, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“At Equilibria, our goal is to help individuals achieve their personal potential and long term growth by compassionately and respectfully helping them live in balance. We utilize an integrative, strength based treatment model to address each individual's set of unique issues. Our belief is that treatment must be flexible and tailored to achieve symptom relief and increased self understanding.
(267) 861-3685
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147
Stephen E. Levick, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“Might it be to your advantage to see a psychiatrist who can attend to both the psychological and biological dimensions of your difficulties? Proficient in both psychotherapy and psychopharmacology, I'll assess your needs in both dimensions. An initial evaluation can also help you decide whether whether I'd be right for you. I've been in full time private practice for over 25 years. Before that, I was full time faculty at Yale and then at Penn, where I continue on the clinical faculty, and supervising the psychotherapy of psychiatry and clinical psychology trainees.
(267) 348-4039
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Hiromi Gerety, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“Are you struggling? Do you feel confused, overwhelmed, stressed, anxious, or afraid? Do you feel sad, isolated, lonely, lost, empty, worthless, ashamed, or guilty? I am here to help you to go through your emotional pain, difficult life issues, relational issues, mental and/or physical health issues, or other overwhelming troubles and brokenness. I will listen and work with you to solve your issues and achieve your goals, to adjust to changes, to find yourself, and to feel connected to the world around you. I will walk with you in your journey to facilitate your healing and to grow into your full potential.
(215) 392-6986
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19151
Ralph H Jaffe, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“In order to help others, I believe that three traits are essential: competence, caring, and integrity. I continuously hone my competence by updating my skills and keeping up with developments in my field. In addition, I put a strong emphasis on personal growth and cultivating my relationships with others, believing that by living a full and meaningful life, I have more to offer my clients. I care deeply about my clients, admire their strengths, cheer their victories, and resonate with their disappointment. In terms of integrity, I commit to an approach that is kind, straight-forward,and respectful.
(215) 995-5120
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
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
“I am fortunate to have worked these past 19 years with a broad cross-section of Philadelphia area residents. My clients usually seek help because of nagging stress, anxiety, and/or depression that often spring from current relationships, the workplace, trauma, or longstanding personal issues. They work with me either individually or as couples to ease these issues as swiftly as possible.
(215) 477-2448
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
Stephanie A. Heck, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“We all have some degree of stress, sadness, anger, or worry in our lives. However, when these feelings become overwhelming, they can interfere with daily life, work, relationships, and physical health. As a licensed psychologist and a graduate of Penn State (a top-10 doctoral program in clinical psychology), I have the expertise to help you cope with life's challenges, to know yourself more deeply, and to make desired changes in your life. I offer therapy for adults with problems related to mood, anxiety, relationships, work, and life transitions. I also offer specialty services for new/experienced parents.
(215) 991-5848
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
David L. Fink, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“How do we sort out problems of living? How do we formulate who we are and who we want to become? How do we develop loving satisfying relationships? How much are these questions of the mind and to what extent are they about the biology of our brains? As a psychiatrist, these are the questions that have shaped my clinical practice for over 25 years.
(215) 596-4086
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Linda L. Guerra, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I help people to clarify what they want from psychotherapy, and then work with them to facilitate their achieving their goals as quickly as possible. I have a warm and flexible style and tailor what I do to the individual client. I do not believe that psychotherapy is a "one size fits all" process, and will therefore use different approaches depending on what is most appropriate and useful with a particular client at a particular time.
(215) 798-0921
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Richard Hole, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“While I received excellent training at the University of Pennsylvania both in medical school and residency, my most valuable learning experiences have come from working with my patients. My approach to problem solving is eclectic and flexible, and my style of treatment is interactive. I have three main areas of specialization: relationship issues, anxiety disorders, and Adult Attention Deficit Disorder.
(215) 995-1028
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
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
(215) 983-3686
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147
Gerald B Evans, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MDiv, LCSW, BCD
“I am a licensed clinical social worker who uses a holistic approach emphasizing body, mind, spirit and emotion. I believe that therapeutic issues result from people feeling isolated and cut off relationally. Therefore, I am a strong advocate of working with people in groups. After seeing a person individually for a series of sessions and identifying goals, I use group process as a vehicle for assisting participants to engage and connect with self, others and the larger community. Therapy is making contact and removing obstacles that inhibit the excitement and pleasure authentic contact cultivates.
(267) 338-3186
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
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