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Aetna Therapists in Philadelphia

Heather L Kilroy, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“Working with people who are seeking relief from emotional pain, conflicts, and negative patterns in their lives is an honor. I love assisting people in accessing and discovering within themselves the keys to their unique health and wellness. It is a privilege to guide people in exploring and identifying the personal wisdom we all possess in order to expand their experience of aliveness, health, and love. My own growth experiences have enriched my appreciation for this journey and enable me to trust the healing process. It is a joy to help people discover their own healing wisdom.
Aetna
(267) 867-0900
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19129
Glendale E Walker, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LPC, CADC, CCPD
“Addiction (gambling,drug/alcohol,eating disorders shopping,etc.), Co-Ocurring and Trauma Spealist. Addressing the obsessive thought process and compulsive behaviors that influence gambling, drug/alcohol, spending, eating and sexual patterns. Family Therapy is recommended to service the whole person and the family affected by the disease of addiction. Individuals that suffer from sexual,physical,emotional and verbal abuse will engage in a therapeutic exercise that promotes safetiness and chance to trust again. Anger Management services are provided in a 12 week group process. Helping individual explore the causes that ignite thier rage.
Aetna
(267) 388-3020
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19141
“'Rewrite your past and your coping strategies will flourish'. No matter how strange or painful our life or relationships are, we can understand them to minimize their power to damage us today and tomorrow. We should not deny tragedy when it visits us. And yet, we can re-conceive of most situations to make them more manageable. This is the most gratifying work we can do as people. I am a thoroughly experienced diagnostician who has trained in all popular theories of human development, with an especially strong background in women's issues. I have treated patients from highly diverse backgrounds.
Aetna
(215) 260-2367
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Betty C Rice, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD, SAP
“I have been providing psychotherapy for adults since 1991. I typically see individuals struggling with relational issues whether it be family or significant other and mood disorders (depression/anxiety). I listen and try to understand what a person needs in therapy; problem solving, support, insight into life situations, difficult work situations, or personal growth and understanding. I work closely with the Gay/Lesbian population and do couples counseling.
Aetna
(215) 688-5751
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19110
Finy Josephine Hansen, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I have been helping clients for more than twenty years resolve issues of anxiety, self-esteem, work or relationship stress, and depression. I want to help you let go of negative beliefs so you can lead a more satisfying, fulfilling life. There's joy in becoming your true, authentic self.
Aetna
(215) 842-3260
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Jeffrey L Eiberson, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Most of us at one time or another encounter difficulties with others or ourselves. These difficulties can result in anxiety, depression or other symptoms, the treatment for which often is therapy. Therapy can be challenging in that it requires work to understand our emotions and our inner selves. Therefore I believe therapy is best conducted in an atmosphere of support, compassion, warmth and humor. My goal is to provide such an environment in which we are working together
Aetna
(215) 515-0543
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
Treatment Ready, Treatment Facility  in Philadelphia
Treatment Facility
“To provide treatment placement and personalized care for those suffering from alcohol and drug addiction. We are here to guide both you and your loved ones through this journey to recovery. Here at Treatment Ready, we understand and empathize with the feelings of confusion and pain associated with drug and alcohol addiction. Having been down this path ourselves and having made it through, we ask only that you don't walk it alone....let us walk with you and journey
Aetna
(844) 447-3239
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19114
Cindy N. Ariel, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I believe that a supportive, respectful, and trusting relationship between you and your therapist is paramount to the effectiveness of the therapy. My practice offers an alternative to large, impersonal mental health settings, and a personalized approach that encompasses current evidence-based and traditional treatment. I work primarily with individuals and couples who are struggling with life's difficulties. My personal specialties include relationship issues, anxiety, depression and grieving. My book, Loving Someone with Asperger's Syndrome: Understanding and Connecting with Your Partner, was released on March 1, 2012.
Aetna
(215) 592-1333
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106
“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.
Aetna
(215) 477-2448
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
Margaret Hogan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSS, LCSW
“Do you want to develop more meaningful connections with the people in your life? Have you been struggling with anxiety or depression? Are you finding it difficult to cope with a major life transition? My approach to therapy is to provide you with support that is compassionate and grounded in experience. I believe that change happens as we become more in touch with and accepting about who we are. I will work collaboratively with you drawing from the inner resources you already have for growth, change and healing. Together we will work on living your fullest and most rewarding life.
Aetna
(215) 995-4145
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
“I am particularly interested in the psychological treatment of chronic pain and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. In my treatment of pain, I use a mixture of cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and hypnosis to achieve best results. My ideal client is someone who is ready to accept that medicine may not be able to eliminate his or her pain and is ready to try other approaches. With PTSD and related conditions, I have found EMDR, especially used in combination with cognitive therapy, hypnosis, and mindfulness to be extremely effective.
Aetna
(215) 592-8165
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
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.
Aetna
(267) 536-2513 x1
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19130
William Levine, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“The decision to enter psychotherapy can be difficult. Most of us would like to think we can solve our problems on our own, or at least with the help of friends and family. If you are looking for a therapist, chances are you have already tried doing just that, possibly with great effort over a long time, and are feeling discouraged about the result. The problems may be new or all too familiar. Therapy can help with two levels of concern: at a practical level, what to do to cope? at an underlying level, what to do to heal?
Aetna
(215) 987-5456
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Jennifer Walters, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“Are you feeling sad, anxious, or stressed? Do you find it difficult to motivate yourself? Do you find less joy in things you used to like? Are you and your loved ones having trouble getting along? These are problems I often see and am trained and experienced in helping. In addition to providing a kind ear, I can assist you in learning relaxation techniques, improving your communication skills, and reducing anger. I understand how difficult it can be to reach out to a stranger and will fully support you throughout the process.
Aetna
(215) 995-0101
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146
Harris W Stern, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I have many years experience helping people who have anxiety, depression, addictions, compulsive behavior disorders (food, sex, gambling) and all kinds of relational challenges. I call myself a Wholistic Existential Psychologist, indicating that I work from a Depth Psychology perspective that emphasizes each person's unique life and the interaction of mind, body and spirit in finding balance and personal integration. I believe that a healing relationship is at the core of successful psychotherapy. I also believe that Psychotherapy is a process of completing unfinished business and rewriting negative personal narratives into more positive life stories.
Aetna
(610) 915-8703
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19130
Mary R Ragland, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with experience treating adolescents, adults, couples and families. My goals are to help you experience more joy, freedom of expression, and satisfying relationships. Working with me is a collaborative process: A session with me is a two-way conversation based on identifying and creating solutions that will help you achieve your goals for happiness and success. My commitment to you is to provide support and resources through honest, accepting, non-judgmental communication.
Aetna
(215) 987-3371
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19129
Leslie Glass & Associates, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
“I believe that we all possess an internal wisdom about what we need to overcome challenges. Life experiences--whether originating from within, or as we make our way in the world--often cloud our ability to access this wisdom. Therapy with me begins with establishing a safe and trusting relationship, which becomes the context in which we can explore and modify those parts of your experience that interfere with optimal functioning, and which block your ability to feel deeply satisfied with your life.
Aetna
(215) 710-0377
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
Perri Shaw Borish, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSS, LCSW, BCD
“I am a compassionate Board Certified, Licensed Clinical Social Worker who uses a psychodynamic approach to create a warm and nurturing environment for my clients. I believe in the therapeutic process and believe that part of that process is developing a relationship with my clients whereby the clients feel safe enough to explore their feelings and behaviors so that change and growth may occur. Knowing this takes a lot of courage, I believe my greatest strength is to help people feel cared for and comfortable. My approach is tailored according to where each client is in their process.
Aetna
(267) 343-9124
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Persida Ghibilic, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“As a Mental Health professional I was always sensitive to individuals' needs and oriented to help them overcome difficulties in their lives. I understand asking for help is a difficult step. Building and maintaining a positive therapeutic relationship based on trust and confidence is essential in interaction with my clients.
Aetna
(267) 723-7500
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19116
Jared D Von Arx, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist who believes that everyone needs options when managing their problems. Through the safety of a trusting relationship, I work with a wide array of clients (including children, adolescents, and adults) in tackling various targeted life issues. I believe that practical coping skills combined with a journey towards a more in-depth understanding of your problems ultimately leads to longer-term success. Together, you and I will review and determine problem areas, discover and explore attainable and healthy choices, and develop a plan to implement changes to meet your goals.
Aetna
(215) 688-5916
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146
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