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Therapists in Pittsburgh

Emily Sarazen, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Emily Sarazen is a Licensed Professional Counselor who provides treatment to children, adolescents, adults and families. Emily is currently accepting clients at Pediatric Counseling Services in the Dormont area of Pittsburgh, PA and Southwestern Human Services in the South Hills area of Pittsburgh. Emily received her bachelor's degree in Psychology from Duquesne University and completed her master's degree in Counseling Psychology at Chatham University. Emily has provided treatment in the home, school, and community settings as a Behavioral Specialist Consultant and Mobile Therapist. Emily has also provided treatment as a family therapist in a Residential Treatment Facility.
(412) 203-8876
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15216
Annie Preis, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“While psychotherapy can help address specific issues or concerns, it can also help you to live a richer and fuller life. Individuals often seek the support of a psychologist for many reasons, including stress, depression, anxiety, and/or difficulty with life transitions.I try to provide both support and insight to help individuals live a life that is more fulfilling and less difficult. Often, someone may express a concern about a child, a relationship, or work issues. I believe that change occurs within the context of the therapeutic relationship where the client and therapist work together a trusting environment.
(412) 368-5710 x1
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Judith W Shimm, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“*CURRENTLY UNABLE TO ACCEPT NEW CLIENTS* I work with clients who are choosing to improve the quality of their life, whether by addressing depression, chronic low mood, anger or poor self-esteem; reducing excessive worry; improving relationships; exploring life choices; or learning to thrive again despite a painful trauma, transition, or loss. My style is warm, informal, supportive, and collaborative.
(412) 357-2546
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Paulette Cantwell  in Pittsburgh
“Does life seem overwhelming? Many of life's most difficult challenges require the help of a professional counselor. I have worked successfully with individuals, families and couples to navigate the struggles affecting their lives. When you need help managing anxiety, trauma, mental health needs, and sudden life changes take the valuable first step and call. I counsel clients by first getting to know them and listen carefully to their concerns. I provide a warm and safe environment and help individuals be supported. Then through focusing on an individual's strengths, I work to provide a personal plan with support to move forward.
(412) 324-3116
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15238
Anne Barbabella, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“For over ten years, I have worked in the field of mental health and addiction. I have extensive experience working with all disorders from moderate to severe and specialize in working with the dual diagnosed (mental health and addictions) population. I am able to offer guidance and support to not only the client who is suffering but their family and support system as well. I believe that all people are capable of improving their life with hard work and a desire for change.
(412) 357-5971
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15236
Matthew Markon, LCSW, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
“My goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. Together, we can work toward a better understanding of current difficulties in order to help resolve challenges in your life.
(412) 573-4135
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Ashley Lynn Hanks, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I believe that good therapy offers a time and place to help adults, children, couples and families navigate unresolved problems, conflicts, and emotional pain through non-judgmental support. The intention of our practice is to always provide a safe environment so that every client may achieve a pronounced sense of peace and fulfillment in their lives and in their relationships. Confidential appointments are now available with me or any of my professional colleagues on weekdays, evenings and weekends for individual therapy with adults, children, teenagers, marital and couples counseling, and family therapy.
(412) 357-4621
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
Jeb Jungwirth, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“Difficulties in life, work, and relationships often evoke symptoms that are too much for us to handle on our own. The work I do as a therapist is grounded in the practice of compassionate listening, understanding, and open-mindedness in helping individuals, couples, and families heal the symptoms and wounds that prevent them from enjoying life and living fully, with clear purpose and meaning. I work diligently to help clients overcome obstacles and symptoms, drawing on my education in clinical psychology, passion for holistic healing traditions, and training in cognitive, humanistic, and psychodynamic theory.
(412) 530-5712
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15233
“Although many people seek counseling because they feel broken, I believe that people lose sight of their inherent wholeness. Using a strength based approach, I help people access that inner wholeness so they can move in directions of health, well being and joy. When a client is open to it, I teach them EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) often called emotional acupuncture because of its power in changing core beliefs, shame and guilt that get in the way of a person moving into personal power.
(412) 515-8311
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15216
Melissa D Michel, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor who, for more than a decade, has helped children, adolescents, couples and families live up to their full potential by overcoming life obstacles. With sincere interest and a creative approach, I help people by focusing not only on the individual, but also the family dynamics that influence their well being. Through my years of research experience at the University of Pittsburgh, I obtained extensive training and practice in one of the most helpful clinical modalities available, Motivational Interviewing. I use a strength-based, solution-focused, and cognitive behavioral counseling methods to help achieve change.
(412) 515-8372
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15241
Christina M Riga, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Disappointment, stress, and trauma can make us forget who we really are: inherently good beings, capable of giving and receiving love in a balanced, healthy way. I can help you to remember, by providing a safe, warm, and welcoming space where you can share your experiences. We'll explore your story together and, along the way, take a look at your strengths, your potential, and what stands between you and strong, healthy connections with yourself and others.
(412) 376-4036
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
David A Burton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I use a holistic approach to treatment emphasizing on rapport building. "There is a reason for all behavior and when it comes to people seeking true wellness, I don't want people to depend on medication." I enjoy helping people change and explore themselves. "The scarecrow, in the movie The Wiz, thought that he did not have a brain. He believed that he was just a sack of old newspapers; but, it took the experience of a "journey" to help him realize that he was not just a sack of newspapers but a wealth of information. "Lets find your wealth!"
(412) 376-4016
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
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
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
Allison J Spinneweber, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My goal is to encourage a more peaceful personal and home environment. When meeting with me, you will receive support that is knowledgeable, respectful, and down to earth. In addition to providing therapy addressing anxiety and depression for adults, adolescents, and children, I also have a strong background in providing support for families when their children struggle with behavioral concerns. I also provide support around grief in the loss of a family member, friend, or issues surrounding pregnancy loss and infertility. Treatment for each client and family is highly individualized, based around interests, learning style, and family belief systems.
(412) 515-8357
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Johanna Lux, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“As a parent and therapist, I understand the challenges facing women today as they navigate the many obligations and demands in their lives. My practice focuses on women's issues including depression, anxiety, pregnancy/postpartum issues, poor prenatal diagnosis, balancing work and family life, role identity, and family and partner conflict.
(412) 453-4246
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
“I was born and raised in Pittsburgh. I earned my doctorate at Nova University School of Professional Psychology, my Master's Degree at Duquesne University, and my Bachelor's Degree from Washington and Jefferson College. I completed an APA approved internship at the VA Medical Center in Salem Virginia. My almost thirty years experience is in both inpatient and outpatient psychotherapy, and have worked in private practice since 1985. I have extensive experience working with children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. I treat a variety of issues including anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, relationship issues, anger management, ADD/ADHD/ODD, loss, behavioral management, and thought disorders.
(412) 906-9181
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
Pittsburgh Psychotherapy Associates, LLC, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Every therapist here at PPA has been hand picked for their fun and outgoing personalities so as to make our clients feel at home and comfortable. We strive to offer unique therapeutic experiences for all our guests as well as a strong focus on the personal therapeutic relationships between clients and therapists including a non-judgmental environment . We offer several unique modalities which set PPA apart from most other practices such as art therapy, pet therapy and play therapy to name a few.
(412) 847-5046
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
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
Sharon Elaine Opitz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MED
“IF YOU FEEL THAT YOU HAVE HAD PROBLEMS WITH DEPRESSION, ANXIETY OR ANGER AND THIS HAS NEGATIVELY AFFECTED YOUR WORK EXPERIENCE OR YOUR RELATIONSHIPS I THINK THAT I CAN HELP YOU. I HAVE HAD OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE WORKING WITH INDIVIDUALS AND COUPLES OVERCOME THEIR OBSTACLES AND FIND MORE REWARDING EXPERIENCES. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT ME IF YOU HAVE HAD ANY OF THE FOLLOWING: ANGER ISSUES, ANXIETY INCLUDING PANIC ATTACKS, RELATIONSHIP CONFLICTS, TRAUMA, WORK CONFLICTS OR NEGATIVE THINKING. I USE BOTH A COGNITIVE AND SYSTEMS APPROACH IN MY THERAPY.
(412) 927-1075
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15218

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