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Therapists in Pittsburgh

Sara E. Taylor, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Sara is passionate about helping clients on their journey of healing and recovery from sexual, physical and emotional abuse, as well as the identification and integration of family of origin dysfunction and other trauma.
(412) 745-2800 x201
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15214
Lisa A. Osachy, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“Are you feeling overwhelmed or stuck? Do well-meaning friends and family give you advice that doesn't feel right? Life has become so fast-paced that it's hard to push the 'pause' button and actually hear your own inner voice - that's the voice that may be telling you that you're in a relationship that isn't good for you or that you're in the wrong major or career. Therapy is like hitting the pause button and giving yourself the gift of time -to reflect and explore what is and isn't working in your life.
(412) 848-1923
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Beth Christiano, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“As a Clinical Psychologist with over 15 years of experience, I am committed to assisting each client in achieving his/her personal goals. I work with children, adolescents, and adults who experience stressful life events, distressing emotions or behaviors, or problematic ways of thinking about themselves and the world. These issues may lead a client to feel "stuck." Working together, we explore options for growth and well-being. I also provide evaluations of clients who are referred because of concerns about cognitive or academic functioning. Evaluation results inform plans for interventions that best meet a client's needs.
(412) 960-4930
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15234
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker with many years of practice experience. My background includes working with individuals, couples, and families affected by depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, stress, relationship conflicts, drug and alcohol problems, and other psychological problems. I have a particular interest in womens' mental health issues including post-partum depression, and menopause related mood disorders, and role transition issues.
(412) 417-9163
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15238
Mindfulworks, LLC Integrative Services, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“If you are encountering a life transition, relationship conflict, or just feel "stuck", I would like to help you. I partner with you to provide strategies and concrete skills to become more balanced. My focus is women empowerment issues, life transitions, relationships and marital conflict resolution. My tools: stress management, therapeutic yoga techniques, coping skills, life mapping, and offer education on biofeedback and emotional freedom technique. I have over 17 years experience combined in medical, education & counseling which includes~ 200- hour level registered yoga teacher with advanced training in holistic practices.
(412) 347-4428
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
Emily Y Meyer, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“So glad you are taking this first step ~ the search for a professional counselor is often not an easy thing to do. As a Licensed Professional Counselor I will help you gain perspective and personal insight into situations that are causing difficulties with day to day living. We will work together from a Gestalt perspective, allowing for choice of a different ending to situations that "used to baffle us." I will work with respect for your own unique process, and I look forward to hearing from you!
(724) 705-1754
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15202
Anchorpoint Counseling Ministry, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
“The three areas that our executive director, Ron Barnes, focus on are: 1) Family therapy with teens to resolve family conflict, 2) Marital therapy to work on reconciliation and marital enrichment, and 3) Pastoral Counseling addressing spiritual needs. Other members of our counseling staff with different areas of expertise are also available. We will match you with the therapist that will best meet your needs.
(412) 366-1300
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
Nancy Klucher,   in Pittsburgh
“I believe that each child is unique and should have the opportunity to learn and develop to his or her full potential. When a child does not thrive in school, it may be due to a learning disability, executive function problems, ADHD, a developmental disability such as an autism spectrum disorder, a behavioral or emotional disorder or a physical health problem. I provide comprehensive neuropsychological and educational achievement testing and assessment, designed to accurately pinpoint the source of a child's academic difficulty. Based on the child's needs and strengths, I recommend interventions tailored uniquely for that child.
(412) 275-6592
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15234
Tiffany Gillie, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“Life is constantly changing, and while planned and unplanned transitions in life can be extremely rewarding, any major change can bring a certain level of stress. However, changes could bring about depression or anxiety for some people. These difficult emotions can then impact our closest relationships as we struggle to cope. If this sounds familiar, I would like to help you work through the emotional difficulty, as well as the relational struggles you might be facing. I work from a relational perspective that takes into account the whole context of how your current feelings might be impacting your daily life.
(412) 407-4182
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15238
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
David Mente, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I have been working as a psychotherapist for over 25 years. I have worked with children, adolescents and adult clients over that time. I work with individuals, couples and families. A diagnosis or even a set of problems is less important to me than developing a good working relationship with you. Psychotherapy works for most people who make use of it. I expect those with whom I work to experience relief and that relief should begin soon after the start of our work together.
(412) 532-1602
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Ann Barrows, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“I utilize a psychodynamic approach to my work with children, adults, families and couples. Psychodynamic psychotherapy enables one to experience greater meaningfulness, satisfaction and efficacy in relationships and work.
(412) 440-5501
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Dr. John Carosso, Psy.D., Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“Dr. John Carosso is a child psychologist and school psychologist who specializes in the evaluation and treatment of children with ADHD, autism, behavioral and learning issues, anxiety, depression, and trauma. He can be seen in offices in the North Hills and South Hills, Monroeville, Pittsburgh, Greensburg, and surrounding areas. Check out his websites at and
(724) 897-6422
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW, MSW
“My passion is working with children, youth and families to develop their unique skills and interest so that they can realize their potential, overcome personal barriers and experience increased independence and success across home, school and community environments. I specialize in working with clients and families to address behavioral concerns, difficulties developing and maintaining interpersonal relationships, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Depression, Anxiety and Autistic Spectrum Disorders.
(412) 347-4375
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Dana Stephens, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Every life has its own obstacles. Finding a healthy way to move through or past these obstacles ultimately determines our happiness. I utilize a skills based approach to treatment, with my goal being to work with my clients to decrease their symptoms, restore balance and improve overall quality of life. Integrating complementary techniques, I offer an eclectic and highly personalized approach, tailored to each individual client's situation. With compassion, humor, and understanding, I work with each client to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing.
(412) 253-4091
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222
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
Brooke N. Generett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Brooke Generett, a licensed clinical social worker, founded Generett Counseling Services, LLC in 2012. Brooke boasts 10 years of experience working with adolescents and their families. She equips her clients with essential life skills for problem-solving in challenging environments. Her approach for improving mental health highlights her clients' strengths, helps them identify barriers to their personal successes, and tailors wellness strategies to their needs that produce positive outcomes. Brooke received her bachelor's degree in psychology from Hampton University and her Master of Social Work, with an emphasis in mental health, from the University of Pittsburgh.
(412) 436-4255
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
“I have specialized in evaluating, testing, and treating children, adolescents and young adults with behavior problems, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Anxiety and Depression for nearly 25 years in community mental health and private practice settings. I am a preferred prescriber for BHRS/Wraparound. I also work with adult women who are having transition issues such as anxiety and depression regarding life changes.
(412) 228-5742 x2
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
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
Erwin K Levin, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“I have been in private practice for the past approximately 25 years working primarily with adults, both individually and in couples. Although I have considerable experience with what may be described as more serious anxiety and depressive disorders, my practice more typically has consisted of individuals/couples interested in working on quality of life, relationship and general adjustment issues.
(412) 219-3876
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
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