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Therapists in Pittsburgh

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
Laura Moore, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I am a solution-focused therapist, my goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life. By applying complementary therapy approaches and techniques, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life.
(412) 847-2840
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
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
Laurana Gatti, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I believe in working from a holistic perspective. My goal is to help each of my clients move beyond symptom reduction and management to entire well-being. I draw from numerous theories to achieve this goal, including; solution focused, cognitive behavioral, and family systems theories. I also value mindfulness, and teach it as a skill to interested and willing clients. I work from a goal oriented perspective and aim to lead all clients towards ongoing, sustainable health and well-being.
(412) 254-8294
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15232
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
“The Anger & Counseling Institute of Pittsburgh provides anger management services to adolescents and adults. There are therapists specifically certified in anger management to provide you prompt, quality care. Please call for more information or to schedule an appointment. Thank you.
(412) 259-3961
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Scott Leatherbery, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“I perform psychological testing and assessments (only) for learning disorders,ADD/ADHD, executive function deficits, cognitive disabilities, anxiety/depression, substance abuse, disability determinatons, security clearances, dementia determinations, etc. I no longer do on-going therapy for any of these disorders but with the testing results do refer patients on to other professionals for those services.
(412) 228-0144
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15218
Heather M Martin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I love to work with people who struggle with self-control, self-esteem, anger, worry, guilt, fear, or depression. If you ever feel out of control or confused by your identity, emotions, behaviors, eating, relationships, or your life -- I can help. Email me to get started.
(412) 335-1427
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
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
Jason L Charney, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“"How can I provide a relationship which this person may use for their own personal growth?" - Carl Rogers
(412) 447-8630
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222
Victoria R Deans, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a licenced clinical social worker, helping individuals, couples and families who are seeking to make improvements in their lives. I have vast experience as an individual and couples therapist, and am a graduate of NYU, specializing in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy for the treatment of mood and personality. I integrate complementary methodologies and techniques to offer an eclectic and highly personalized and mindful approach tailored to each client. With compassion and understanding, I works with each individual to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing.
(412) 228-5552
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15238
Denise C Haver, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I offer my clients the guidance, support and encouragement they need to challenge old ways of being. I bring to the relationship my experience as a therapist and teacher, my knowledge of various techniques and tools for self-exploration, my sense of humor, and my love for helping people change their lives. I ask my clients to bring their honesty, courage and commitment to themselves. Together we work to understand and accept who they are today, to release the parts that longer fit, and to make the changes that lead to a more authentic connection with self and others.
(412) 339-1430
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
Kathleen M Neill, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I am a Licensed Counselor, practicing since 2011. I work from a trauma-informed perspective, integrating several well established approaches to therapy including: interpersonal, cognitive behavioral, and existential/humanistic orientations. I work with individuals of all ages experiencing concerns such as depression, grief/loss including pet loss, parenting and relationship issues, life stresses, and post-traumatic stress. Grief and trauma may be accompanied by other issues, such as addictions, self-injury, and relationship issues.
(412) 387-4248
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
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
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
Christopher P Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
“Each of us each and every day is confronted with significant life difficulties. We can become overwhelmed and unable to cope with what appears to be insurmountable problems. My approach to counseling and consultation is that of a life coach assisting and supporting each person in learning new ways to deal with life difficulties and reach ones full potential. Most of us can benefit from a coach from time to time to help us deal with issues such as: relationships, parenting, adolescent struggles, substance misuse, abuse or addiction, anxiety and depression. Tomorrow can be different than today!
(412) 228-0601
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Jennifer Costa, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I believe that therapy is a rewarding and challenging journey. Therapy can support you with overall health and wellness. Are you seeking more balance in your life? Would you like to be able to learn and utilize healthier coping skills to manage stress/anxiety/depression? The therapeutic process can meet you with where YOU are at in your life at this time. As you may be seeking a way to resolve a conflict within family or marriage or maybe you have never resolved issues from your past that are still causing you negative emotions in the present.
(412) 567-4229
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15229
Betsy Callomon, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“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 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

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