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Psychoanalytic Therapists in Philadelphia

Bill Grey, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Not taking new clients at the moment.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 995-1090
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Lisa M Correale, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD, NCPsyA
“Psychotherapy and psychoanalysis can help you work through emotional issues, resolve relationship problems, improve your family life, find more satisfaction in your work, and develop more positive self-regard.
Psychoanalytic
(267) 343-9106
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Stephanie A. Heck, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“There are varying views about what heals in psychotherapy. In my extensive experience, the best way to to ease suffering is through an open and honest therapeutic relationship. As a result, I don't offer a one-size-fits-all or technique-oriented type of therapy. Instead, my work is tailored to the specific person in my office, based on their history, character, and current struggles. If you are interested in working in a deep and meaningful way to bring about lasting changes in your life, I would be glad to speak to you.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 991-5848
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Annette Leavy, LCSW, BCD, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
“Many people feel sad or lonely but don't know why. Or they are dissatisfied at work or unable to maintain meaningful relationships. In over thirty years of practice as a psychotherapist, I have learned to help people effectively address problems in living and to lead more satisfying and productive lives. My style is engaged and collaborative. I aim to build a trusting relationship by listening carefully to my patients' concerns. I believe that deep and lasting change comes about when people feel truly heard: in this way they expand the self-understanding that leads to change.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 636-0550
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
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.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 795-4316
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.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 688-5781
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Erica Speiser Eisenberg, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I especially enjoy working with families and children. I have many years experience working with families facing very difficult and traumatic situations including: living with HIV, immigration problems, substance abuse, child abuse, foster care placement. and high conflict divorce.
Psychoanalytic
(267) 915-6074
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146
Franklin Maleson, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“I regard empathy, responsiveness, and respect for the patient as core therapeutic values. While I tailor treatment to the individual, as a psychoanalyst I place special importance on gaining insight about unconscious contributors to current difficulties. I also appreciate the importance of clarifying and resolving here-and-now problems. When appropriate I prescribe medications or work short-term. My style is collaborative rather than authoritarian. For many years I have taught psychotherapy and psychoanalysis to trainees in these fields. I also teach professional ethics. I have published in the major journals in my field and am a training and supervising psychoanalyst.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 821-9941
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
Ellen J Siegel, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“It's not easy to find the right psychotherapist. You want someone who is empathic while remaining professional, intuitive as well as smart, compassionate without sacrificing competence, warm but able to remain clear and focused. Someone you "click" with, someone you can trust and have confidence in, someone who will be your ally in figuring out the puzzle that is you. With over 30 years' experience as a licensed Clinical Psychologist in Center City Philadelphia, I may be the psychotherapist you seek. I specialize in treating individual adults or couples with relationship issues, depression, anxiety, or life transitions.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 995-0037
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Stephen Becker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW
“I see my job as a therapist as providing a particular kind of space. A space that helps people to feel comfortable, and one that helps people to talk. It is through this talking that healing and transformation become possible. I believe that human beings have a natural tendency to move towards growth, maturity, and happiness. Sometimes, however, things happen in life that trip us up. Things get in our way. These obstacles can be diminished, weakened, and removed through the therapeutic process. That's what therapy is; the removal of what stands in the way of our movement towards our goals, desires, and dreams.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 600-2182
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Sarah Inver Richardson, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“In my perspective, therapy is a joint venture. Together we will build a shared space to explore your story. In a safe and nonjudgmental environment, we can gain increased understanding of your history, feelings and dynamics in relationships. This awareness can help create changes in your current situation. My process involves first getting to know you and taking a flexible therapeutic approach to best fit your individual personality. As we construct a secure relationship in therapy, I often find that my clients become more comfortable in other close relationships as well.
Psychoanalytic
(267) 723-7568
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106
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.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 486-8313
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
Tina Di Santo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Psychotherapy can help us gain understanding into ourselves, our histories, our patterns, and our relationships. It is also a tool that can increase clarity and direction so that we can move more confidently in the world. I believe that much of "who we are" is connected to how we think about ourselves and others. To this end, I generally aim to do two things in my therapist role: Think about how we have come to think/act the way that we do, AND, create a space within ourselves to begin to exercise new and (usually) different ways to think/act.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 995-0032
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Leo J Burke III, PsyD, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Leo J Burke III, Psy.D. dedicates his life to help children, adolescents, young adults and adults overcome the emotional, neurological, behavioral and academic differences that have negatively impacted their life. Dr. Burke uses neurofeedback to expedite emotional, neurological, and behavioral healing so individuals can enjoy more of their life and experience less of their symptoms. Neurofeedback lessens the symptoms of: Asperger's Disorder, ADHD, Concussions, Headaches, Anxiety, Autism, Learning Disabilities, Addictions, Depression/Mood Disorders. Neurofeedback also facilitates Athletic, Academic, Musical, and Personal improvement for those seeking to advance their skills and maximize their performance in these areas of life.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 798-0880
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
Miriam Rosario, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“Happiness, confidence and peace of mind require a commitment to self-reflection. Powerful feelings and personal struggles present obstacles. Being sensitive to life's complexities, I provide a safe environment to express feelings at your pace. During our time together we focus on the issues that are of importance to you and help strengthen your ability to manage the demands of life.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 983-2111
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Evelyn White,   in Philadelphia
“I have been practicing as a Psychotherapist, Social Worker and Child and Family Advocate for many years. I have post graduate training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as well as Modern Psychodynamic Psychoanalytic Therapy. I have extensive experience working with people coping with depression and anxiety, grief, loss, life transitions, chronic illness and relationship problems and in helping them access self-knowledge and improve their functioning and quality of life.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 874-6026 x455
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
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.
Psychoanalytic
(267) 871-9970
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Cristiane Irey  in Philadelphia
“Therapy is a personal investment, and it takes a lot of courage to embrace the process. As a therapist, I observe that people who are willing to start treatment report that some of the outcomes involve: improving their self-esteem, self-confidence, their relationships, and they are able to reach their goals in life. Are you ready to feel better about yourself, understand why you came to be the way you are, and develop psychological strength? If that is the case, I look forward to meeting with you.
Psychoanalytic
(215) 987-4638
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
April Gagne Psychotherapist,   in Philadelphia
“Can relationships, work and life transitions become overwhelming at times? Is it difficult to find someone who listens and really understands you? Is your faith an important component to helping you understand yourself and the world around you? If you answered yes to any or all of these questions, I just may be the right therapist for you! I believe that therapy can help us to have more fulfilling and meaningful lives. It can give us a space to truly explore ourselves and our relationships, thus helping us to grow and reach our full potential.
Psychoanalytic
(267) 642-5490
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Daniel Cantor  in Philadelphia
“The challenges of life often call for a moment of reflection. Talking with someone who knows how to listen skillfully can be the first step to gaining clarity and inner freedom.
Psychoanalytic
(267) 592-3978 x415
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102

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Psychoanalytic Therapists
Psychoanalysis is an in-depth form of therapy. The client learns what conscious and unconscious wishes drive their patterns of thinking and behavior on the theory that, by making the unconscious conscious, they will make more educated choices over how they think and act.

If you're looking for psychoanalysis in Philadelphia or for Philadelphia psychoanalysis these professionals provide psychoanalytic therapy, psychoanalytic psychotherapy, psychoanalytic group therapy in Philadelphia. They include Philadelphia Psychoanalysts, Psychoanalytic therapists, Psychoanalytic psychologists, psychotherapists in Philadelphia and Psychoanalytic counselors.

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