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Therapists in Pittsburgh

Lori Malazich, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have been providing trauma treatment to children, adolescents, and young adults for over 15years. Trauma includes: child sexual abuse, physical abuse, domestic violence, animal attacks, nature disasters, community violence, and traumatic grief.
(412) 662-0401
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
David McPeak, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“I am an experienced Psychologist who can help you solve problems and who can gently guide you to a more enjoyable life with warmer and closer relationships with the important people in your life. Please E mail me if you have any questions. If I cannot help you I will be happy to refer you to someone who can.
(412) 206-9980
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
Amy K. Bucciere, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“[Please visit my revamped site: www.amykbucciere.com] You deserve to be happy and I can help. My small, accessible practice offers personalized help using gentleness, humor and honesty.
(724) 871-3085
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Elizabeth Reitz, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“I have specialized in treating children, adolescents, & families for 10 years. My goal is to form a meaningful alliance with a child and their family and to support them in learning new strategies to overcome their current challenges. I often treat children with symptoms of depression, anxiety, and ADHD. I help children to improve their social skills, self-esteem, ability to manage their emotions, and ability to be organized and focused. I help families to improve relationships with one another and to reduce conflict. I work closely with parents, schools, and physicians when appropriate to increase the effectiveness of treatment.
(412) 213-5342
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
Cynthia A. Paul, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I enjoy working with individuals of all ages, and feel very comfortable addressing any life-span issue or transitional concern. I also enjoy working with young adolescents as well as young adults addressing issues related to anxiety, depression, and relationship concerns. Working with a variety of age groups, including adults; allows me to maintain up to date clinical skills as well as having a better awareness to all life stages.
(412) 228-0967
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
Julie Ann Scarpo, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Ideally, I am committed to helping others who are committed to themselves, and to those who are willing to courageously embark on a journey to become the best version of themselves they can possibly be. Clients come to me with a variety of concerns, and I function from an integrative approach to meet clients wherever they may be. It is my strong belief that concerns don't define people; identity is a verb.
(412) 961-8029 x23
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15232
Stanton Marlan, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Licensed Psychoanalyst, PhD, ABPP, LP
“I am a clinical psychologist and Jungian analyst. I work with a range of individuals whose lives have become problematic due to hurt, wounding, disappointment, loss, grief and general life suffering that has resulted in symptoms of impasse, anxiety, depression, dysfunction and/or a loss of potential. My view of the therapeutic relationship is of a mutual effort to work together to discover a way to continue psychological development, to seek a way to heal and find a deeper sense of vitality,renewal and meaning, In addition, I have also worked well with university students, artists, and with those who are struggling with spiritual issues.
(412) 329-6710
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Robert D. Feragotti, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Have you asked yourself the question, when will I be happy? Are certain parts of your life not "working"? Have the pressures of daily life made it difficult for you to relax? Do you yearn for healthy relationships? If so, therapy may be the option for you. I have successfully assisted many people wit these concerns. So often we desire to improve and be the best person possible. I can assist with the journey. By exploring the parts that may be preventing forward movement, the door to resolution and personal growth can be opened. The level of success is limitless.
(724) 544-3350
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15218
Ivan L Lambert, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I use both traditional counseling and a Heart-Centered Hypnotherapy - focusing on improving quality of life, wellness and healing of emotional blocks. I bring 30 plus years of experience to the treatment of a large variety of life issues. I help clients tap into resources found deep within that strive for resolution, wholeness and health.
(412) 567-3961
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15202
Linda Dukess, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you isolated, sad, and exhausted ? Are you tired of having the same fight with your partner again and again ? Do you stay up at night worrying about your job, your teenager, or just simply how you will manage the next day ? Do you feel that no matter how hard you try you are never good enough ? Counseling can help.
(412) 532-6934
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15238
“I see therapy as a process in which you and I work together towards helping you overcome obstacles to living life authentically, as a healthy, integrated person. This can be achieved by helping you gain insight into relational themes and patterns, learn new coping strategies, and become empowered to take the steps needed to create the change you desire. Often we experience symptoms such as anxiety or depressed mood that interfere with our ability to achieve or even form goals. Through alleviating these symptoms, you can increase understanding of yourself, honor your needs, and develop more satisfying relationships with others and with yourself.
(412) 532-4896
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Jean McClung, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“A psychologist for over 20 years, I work primarily with adults and adolescents in individual therapy. In my practice, I see clients with a broad range of issues, including depression, anxiety, panic disorder, life transitions, relationship issues,low self-esteem, career and school issues. My goal is to help individuals self-actualize and flourish in our rapidly changing world. My full time practice allows me flexibility in scheduling clients. Evening appointments are often available.
(412) 532-1425 x3
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
Ronald Thomas Curran,   in Pittsburgh
“Pain, uncertainty, feelings of being lost and a failure emerge as we seek to find our individual path in life. These feelings often indicate it is time to be found, not that you are "mentally ill." They can indicate the need to connect with your inner Self rather than to substitute unfulfilling forms of social adjustment. My approach focuses on you as a unique individual. It recognizes that you have a Self in the sense that there is a unique inner guidance available to you. I will work as a guide in your journey toward conflict resolution and wholeness.
(412) 212-3801
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15241
Teresa Elaine Blackburn  in Pittsburgh
“"We already have the power inside all of us to heal ourselves; sometimes we just need a guide to seek it out." I assist people with releasing old patterns, habits, and behaviors so that they may have a fresh perspective, experience freedom from the past and get in touch with their true selves. My unique style of therapy addresses but is not limited to: anxiety, anger issues, grief, weight problems, addictions, phobias, self-esteem issues, and LGBTQ issues.
(740) 313-0199
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15205
“With the many professionals available, why work with me? First, you will find unconditional acceptance. I do not have preconceived notions of who you should, or who I need you to be. Instead, I will support you on your journey to discover who you want and deserve to be. I have experience working in both addiction recovery (chemical and food) and mental/spiritual health (trauma, depression, anxiety) so treat you as a whole person, not a diagnosis. Finally, I chose to leave another career and pursue psychotherapy so that I could do what I believe I was meant to do.
(412) 330-1602
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Spiegel Freedman Psychological Associates, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“The clincians of Spiegel Freedman Psychological Associates provide outpatient psychotherapeutic care to the people of the greater Pittsburgh area. We are committed to excellence and strive to provide our community with the highest quality of psychological services. We combine professional expertise with personal compassion in our therapeutic care. Our diverse staff and associates offer psychological evaluation and care for children, adolescents, adults, elders, couples and families.
(412) 307-5806 x1
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
Bob Witchel, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“Welcome! Do you feel sad, stressed or overwhelmed? Are you unhappy in your relationships with family, friends or others? Are you grieving a loss? Are you struggling to find joy and excitement in your life? I believe counseling offers a safe, trusting atmosphere to explore your concerns. I value the importance of connecting with you and helping you release unexpressed feelings; dealing with childhood issues that may be impacting your life now; how medication can mask feelings, and a diagnosis can limit your potential; and, joining with you in your life journey. I invite you to contact me.
(412) 252-2450
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15238
William H Hoppmann, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I have worked with people who have had a history of emotional problems for 40 years. Most of that experience has been working with depression,anxiety, abuse and trauma. I have a special interest in the treatment of abuse, trauma and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, for which I use Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) to help speed up the treatment process in a safe way. I welcome any combat veteran seeking treatment for combat stress and PTSD. I focus on integrating new learning using tools such as reflective journals and mindful awareness.
(724) 682-0943
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Tracy L. Scanlon, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“"I prefer to think of my patients and myself as fellow travelers, a term that abolishes distinctions between 'them' (the afflicted) and 'us' (the healers). ... We are all in this together, and there is no therapist and no person immune to the inherent tragedies of existence." (Borrowed from Dr. Irvin Yalom).
(412) 330-1676
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
Linnea McQuiston, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“My clients are interested in increasing their knowledge of self. They are willing and open to examining their problems and sharing their personal insights and reflections. Trained in CBT, Gestalt Therapy and EMDR, I am eclectic in my approach and believe that treatment is a collaborative effort between client and therapist. I believe that the goal of treatment is to increase a client's awarness and focus, so that each client can learn to understand and moderate their moods; and make the changes or shifts in behavior that are needed for each client to meet his or her individual needs.
(412) 228-0498
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
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