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Therapists in Pittsburgh

Sharise Marie Hemby, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW
“"What's in it for me?" Sometimes help hurts and change can be a painful process. My approach is authentic, attentive, warm, empathetic and direct. I believe in working from a collaborative perspective to develop a plan that best suits your needs. As the therapist, I am responsible for assisting you through the life process of bridging the gap between the problem and the solution. YOU have the power to determine the outcome of YOUR life. I have 14 years of experience working with a diverse population ranging from young children to the elderly.
(412) 888-0011
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
“We all grow up and live in a society which favors conformity. Not "fitting in" or being "different" can result in feelings of depression, low self-esteem, and isolation which can effect all aspects of our lives. This can be especially true for the LGBTQ population. As a psychodynamic therapist, my goal is to assist you in your personal development from unsatisfying or painful patterns of living and to a life that you can celebrate. While we can't change the past, we can work together to change how it continues to impact your life and resolve challenges and issues that have resulted from it.
(412) 532-1589
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15203
“I offer an interpersonal/psychodynamic approach to working with individuals with anxiety, depression, personality, life and relationship issues.Treatment is personalized to meet each patient's needs. I have been practicing for over 25 years and offer individual, couple, family, psychoanalysis ,and psychodynamic therapy. i also supervise psychiatric residents at Western Psychiatric Institute, teach at the Pittsburgh Psychoanalytic Center,worked in the Family Division of the Courts, and spent 15 years as a professional member of the State Board of Psychology. I will be glad to speak with you regarding your personal issues and answer questions.
(412) 246-8904
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
Amy Lohr, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“While we all experience times where we feel broken and beaten down by the ways of life, we all also embody great resilience to overcome these struggles. Feeling broken, also doesn't mean that we are broken, defective, or damaged. My hope, as your therapist, is to support you in discovering your strengths & resiliencies on the journey toward feeling whole again. Through my personal healing journey and my professional expertise, I devote a lot of energy toward understanding spirituality, mind-body connection, & personal growth.
(412) 436-5798
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222
Sabrina J Heller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, NCGC-I
“I've been a psychotherapist in private practice since 2006, and view therapy as a collaborative relationship between client and therapist, both aiming to identify and utilize personals strengths and capabilities, and develop strategies for growth and development. To do so, a combination of active listening, coaching, teaching and problem-solving will need to be present. I look forward to synergistic sessions that will help frame your individual needs into specific and manageable goals. I also have experience in health coaching-so if you want to lose weight or quit smoking I can help you reach those goals!!
(412) 265-1486
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
“I have a private general practice, in which I specialize in serving trauma survivors. Most of my clients suffer from one or more of the following: depression, anxiety, substance abuse problems or a history of substance abuse and personality disorders. Most of my clients are adults, but I also work with adolescents.
(412) 228-0363
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Constance T Fischer, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“Hello, I am an experienced clinician nationally boarded in clinical psychology. Former clients indicate on surveys that what they appreciated most, beyond my technical expertise, was the collaborative nature of our work, feeling safe with me, both my humor and seriousness, my practicality, and my confidence in them. My experience as a professor in the Clinical Psychological program at Duquesne University, being the founder of Individualized Assessment, and my management consultation experience are often helpful in my service as a psychotherapist.
(412) 923-4276
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
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
John R White, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Life can be full of surprises, not all of them happy. There may be times when, quite out of the blue, you feel anxious, depressed, or just plain stuck. Even in the midst of personal, financial and professional success, you might still find you are struggling emotionally, interiorly questioning, wondering whether all the energy and time you have put into your life is really paying off. Often, you may not know what exactly is troubling you and yet feel quite certain that something is not quite right inside. When it feels this way, therapy can help.
(412) 329-6364 x63
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Rebecca A Parker, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“I help individuals with problems in life that are bothering them, or that are keeping them from being successful, by helping them recognize their strengths and increase coping strategies. I understand that the working relationship between a therapist and patient is important to treatment outcome. Therefore, I place emphasis on a collaborative and trusting relationship during treatment. After a brief phone discussion, I will schedule an initial evaluation to discuss current concerns in greater depth. Together, we will determine treatment goals, discuss benefits and possible risks of treatment (such as bringing up negative emotions), and alternative forms of treatment available.
(412) 888-0764
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15218
Emilee Mainali, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“What's your story? We all have different themes that play out in our lives: some are helpful and inspiring while others are counterproductive and lead us so far off track from who we want to be that we feel lost. I am here to help you identify ways to live with awareness, how to intentionally move forward knowing what is motivating you more clearly so you are no longer reacting to old patterns in work, family, relationships and life. Empower yourself, to write a new chapter.
(412) 515-8494
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Georgeanne Donovan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LSW, AASECT
“I have a psychotherapy practice dealing with anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder. I do individual, marital, and couples therapy. As a graduate of Masters and Johnson Institute, and ASSECT certified, I specialize in treating sexual dysfunction and sexual trauma issues. In general, the focus of my practice, is on a reduction in symptoms; personal growth, and improving overall quality of life. Evening hours are available.
(412) 888-0416
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15243
Kay Snyder, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW
“Have you been worried about the same issue for a long time or are you carrying a grief too heavy to bear? When life is a struggle and you don't know where to turn; when your relationship is no longer happy and it doesn't feel right; when it is hard putting one foot before the other and carrying on, then it is time to seek help and guidance. Life can be confusing and painful, but it doesn't have to last forever. It can be better and I will help you sort things out and get there.
(724) 484-3925
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Tara Finau, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Have you experienced a recent change/loss that is causing you stress? Having difficulty sleeping or finding yourself lacking energy/focus? Is it difficult to talk to family/friends? Are you struggling with making a decision? Do you lash out at others without meaning to? Is your child struggling at school/home? Are you or someone you love just not feeling/acting like themselves? I can help you find the hope and tools you need to find peace and positive change in your life. With me you will find no judgement--only a confidential, objective space to freely express yourself.
(412) 376-4165
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
“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
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
“I have been exploring the healing arts,psychology,spirituality,the mind-body connection, and personal growth both perfessionally and personally for the past 25 years. My personal healing journey has supported and guided my heart's desire to be a facilitator in guiding others home to their selves. I maintain a private practice as psychotherapist and Certified Rubenfeld Synergist in Pittsburgh,Pa. My practice is electic, dynamic and experiential. It allows me to explore the depths of my being while facilitating others to do the same. I am a deiciated therapist, dedicated to my growth and the growth of my clients.
(412) 543-8004 x1
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Christine M. Larson, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“I view psychotherapy as a collaborative and creative process. By observing, reflecting, exploring, and trying out new behaviors in the context of a supportive, confidential relationship you can deepen your understanding of yourself and become more flexible in how you approach challenges. Many of my clients have found psychotherapy helpful in decreasing feelings of "stuck-ness" or of self-criticism, improving the quality of relationships, managing stress more efficiently, and increasing life satisfaction. I am in network for Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield and other BCBS insurances. Please see my website for more details.
(412) 447-1938
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Heidi Leibovich, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My approach to therapy is collaborative, goal focused and solution oriented. I believe that within the therapeutic process, one can discover the tools necessary to feel better, improve relationships, and develop positive ways of thinking and coping with the stresses of life. I strive to create a compassionate, professional and non-judgmental environment where clients can feel safe as they begin to move towards new and healthy ways of living. I utilize a variety of therapeutic approaches to individualize treatment for each client, including cognitive behavioral, dialectical behavioral, individual/family systems, humanistic and eclectic.
(412) 228-0238
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15220
Joseph Greenberg, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“My goal in working with people in therapy is to help them identify the obstacles that stand in the way of them reaching their goals, and then learn ways to overcome those obstacles. Those goals may include such diverse subjects as increasing one's satisfaction with themselves, their relationships, or their life in general.
(412) 228-0439
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15241
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