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Therapists in Pittsburgh

Tess Kenney, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Life has its share of challenges and some of these challenges require the intervention of a caring, honest, understanding and neutral professional. My approach is multi-layered as I initially work to understand the problem or impasse through understanding your unique journey. I then work with you to understand your strengths and to draw on them as we explore realistic and achievable solutions. I partner with you to gain insight into who you are and help you to see yourself in relationship to others.
(412) 567-0506
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
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
Dawn Covington, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I am a licensed professional counselor and a national certified counselor. I have been working with individuals and families for years helping people overcome emotional, mental and spiritual challenges. I also enjoy helping families build positive communication and strengthen relationships. My experience includes working with individuals who have severe mental health issues and helping families while in crisis. My specialties include family problems, depression, mood and anxiety disorders, problems with self-esteem, relationship difficulties, grief and loss issues, trauma/sexual abuse, work issues, life transition issues, parenting, women's issues and anger management.
(412) 961-8349
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
JoAnne Frances Crough, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Are you seeking an approach to dealing with a relationship, crisis, or challenge in your life that includes attending to all parts of you - body, mind and spirit? Having a professionally trained set of eyes and ears to help sift through life's dilemmas and wounds in the healing light of God's Grace and Truth can empower growth and healing. My goal is to meet you where you are and equip you with the tools to establish, maintain and grow a sense of meaning and purpose in your life. I offer a setting of acceptance, empathy, prayer, confidentiality & encouragement.
(412) 531-9600
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
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
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 M Auld, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I feel I have a unique combination of both rehabilitative and developmental counseling. On the rehabilitative side, I have worked at a college counseling center, in drug and alcohol rehabilitation, and with at risk adolescents. On the developmental side, I currently work with students and other clients seeking career counseling, sports counseling or positive psychology interventions, along with everyday anxiety and adjustment/ transition issues. I have also helped couples clarify their beliefs and expectations as well strengthen their communication as they prepare to commit to marriage or have a need to reevaluate their relationship.
(412) 200-5165 x8
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15232
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
Shirley Salmon-Davis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PsyD, LCSW
“If your are feeling depressed, anxious or grieving; If you would like help in dealing with the stress in your life; If you have experienced a traumatic event; If your family has changed because of separation or divorce; If your are in need of help with co-parenting; If your want to improve your relationships with your significant other or family; If your wish is to improve your emotional and psychological health I believe I can be helpful to you. My goal is to provide you with the environment, knowledge, tools, skills and confidence to improve your emotional and psychological health.
(412) 693-6042
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Mickie Diamond, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, Yoga, Instruc
“I have had significant success helping clients deal with issues such as relationships, personal loss, trauma, body image, career development, stress management, depression, anxiety, illness, personal growth and what I call "behavioral decluttering", (elliminating old and unwanted behaviors). My style as a therapist is to help clients identify those areas of their lives which are most troubling and then develop specific goals to ensure that therapy produces important life changing results. The ultimate goal is for clients to eventually serve as their own therapists, applying what they learned in therapy to lead more fulfilling lives.
(412) 228-0583
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Positive Pathways, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“"Most of the important things in the world have been accomplished by people who have kept on trying when there seemed to be no hope at all." This is a quote by Dale Carnegie. It is what I truly believe to be true. Hope is always present even when you can't see it. I pride myself in helping others see the hope and courage they have inside of them. I am a very caring, compassionate therapist who believes everyone can get better with help from another. Sincerely; Michael J. Connelly
(412) 228-0151
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15220
Annette Kolski-Andreaco, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
“I am a family therapist who works with individuals, couples and families. I focus my practice on helping individuals improve their important relationships with their children, with their spouses or with a significant other and with their parents. Helping clients with work relationships is also a significant part of my practice. I coach individuals to improved levels of work performance. I also consult with family businesses where personal relationships and business operations become blurred and difficult to manage. I have organized seminars and coaching sessions with whole family groups from several generations.
(412) 540-5685
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
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
Michaela Whitehead, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“My passion is helping clients heal and grow physically, emotionally, spiritually and mentally. I believe in the resiliency of the human spirit and the power of positive thinking. My specialties include trauma focused therapy for clients who are survivors of emotional, physical, and/or sexual abuse as well as addiction treatment and eating disorders treatment. I use a holistic, person-centered approach to counseling and work as a team with my clients to help them achieve physical, emotional, and spiritual balance.
(412) 906-4261 x114
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Gina M Fitzmartin, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Are you having problems with an eating disorder? Difficulties with chemical addictions? Have you had abuse in your childhood that affects you today in your life and in your relationships? If so counseling can help and I will work with you in treatment to find a new way of living. Therapy can be a way to learn new skills, explore certain issues, and find support in the context of a safe therapeutic relationship. Contact me thru my website and I will talk with you about your concerns and problems.
(412) 329-6547
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15208
Pittsburgh Pastoral Institute, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
“PPI's ideal client is any individual, couple or family wishing to see a therapist twice a week or less. We do not treat issues of addiction or severe mental illness, as they require more intensive treatment. Our specialty is spiritually-integrated psychotherapy. All therapists are trained to respond with respect and sensitivity to the client's spiritual viewpoint and welcome discussions of spiritual realities in the therapy room. This makes PPI uniquely suited to walk with clients through questions such as "why am I here," "how could God allow this," and others that may have a spiritual component.
(412) 453-3279 x16
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
“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
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
G & S Jones Counseling Services, LLC, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“"When a person meets someone who changes their perspective, their life is changed"
(412) 357-5772
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
“At Summit Psychological Services, we are commited to providing a postive experience while you start or continue your journey to a more healthy, happy you. Whether you are looking for assistance with an immidiate problem or to gain a greater understanding of yourself, we would like to help you on your journey.
(412) 729-3033
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15238

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