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Couples Therapists in Pittsburgh

Adrienne Bernardina, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I have experience working with individual adults, adolescents and children, and couples and families. I provide a safe and comfortable environment in which you can explore your feelings and develop self-awareness of your perspectives and insight into your motives and fears. I help you with feelings of depression and anxiety due to relationship issues-between individuals or within a family, life changes or loss. Together we can uncover unresolved issues from past experiences or trauma which often impact present behaviors and feelings.
Couples
(412) 228-0368
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.
Couples
(412) 923-4276
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Melissa Galiotto,   in Pittsburgh
“I began my career as a State and Nationally Licensed Therapist specializing in treating family's in conflict (2005). I am clinically trained and work with all modalities. My clients are children with anxieties/fears; enuresis; abuse; trauma; ADHD; Bipolar D/O. Young adults struggling with their coping skills or confusion about their future or relationships. Parents with parenting concerns. Couples or Adults repeating negative behavior patterns; relational issues; victims or perpetrators of abuse; fears/anxieties/depression and personality disorder traits. I have been an expert witness in Allegheny and three neighboring counties in regards to criminal, custody and misdemeanor cases.
Couples
(412) 888-0452
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15238
Renee J Jennings, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, LISW, LCSW, CHT
“As a gestalt and somatically-oriented therapist, EMDR/energy psychology practitioner, meditation teacher and hypnotherapist, I offer an embodied, transpersonal, and integrated approach to therapy, coaching, consultation, and teaching. I regard problems and difficulties as opportunities for growth and wisdom, and believe that our innate intelligence always knows exactly what we need to transform or heal. Often, we need to undergo a process of compassionately encountering what it is that we find unacceptable, terrifying, or seemingly impossible for us to bear or let go. Paradoxically, these are the things that can lead us into deeper relationship with our true self.
Couples
(216) 820-9554
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Julie Kresen Barnes, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
Counselor, MS
“How often do you directly address your life issues with another person who is dedicated to focusing with you? We will work to identify the learned patterns that keep you stuck- stuck reacting in the same old ways, stuck picking the same types of friends and partners, stuck in the same old job. Awareness is the first step in the change process. The illuminating experience of therapy can cause you to look at your life in a whole new way.
Couples
(412) 246-8327
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15203
“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.
Couples
(412) 543-8004 x1
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Sarah Maffei, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Change can be an exciting, yet overwhelming experience, so fortunately you don't have to go through the process alone. I believe in creating a safe, comfortable, and relaxing environment - one in which you can be open to exploring those parts of yourself, your relationships, and your life that you no longer find satisfying. I feel strongly about developing a collaborative relationship with you, and about helping you see the choices you have to move toward an experience that is rewarding and gratifying. If you are unsure of where to begin, I am happy to assist you in that process.
Couples
(412) 489-0176
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15232
Sharon Lynn Saul, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“Looking for a warm, compassionate environment in which to accomplish your goals? Wanting an active partner in your journey? In the years since opening my practice in 1979, I have developed an eclectic style that is part teacher of skills and wisdom, part personal coach, and of course seasoned clinician. I will focus you on goal-setting and achieving change. We will emphasize solutions in addition to insights that free you from old patterns. With couples, I teach communication and conflict resolution skills, and explore gender differences, as we work through the issues that impede satisfaction in your relationship.
Couples
(412) 228-0399
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Amy Lewis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW
“Whether you suffer from the effects of a single trauma or a lifetime of overwhelming events, relationship distress, tough transitions, compulsive behavior, or addiction, I can help. I bring focused, informed attention to touch your concerns at a depth and pace respectful of your boundaries. Working together, stuck places move; painful, unsustainable states return to balance.
Couples
(412) 515-8315
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15219
Amy K. Bucciere, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“[Please visit my revamped site: www.amykbucciere.com] You deserve to be happy and I can help. My small, accessible practice offers personalized help using gentleness, humor and honesty.
Couples
(724) 871-3085
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Victor Barbetti, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“We often find ourselves struggling in the relationships that matter most to us: with co-workers, family members, or friends. Perhaps something feels "off," or we feel "stuck." We can choose to suffer through these conflicts, or we can embark on a new path of healing and self-care. Our ability to repair and to grow in our relationships with others and our self requires a unique kind of work. Psychotherapy is the space where we begin to find new insights into our behaviors and thoughts, which in turn leads us toward empowerment and a more authentic engagement with others.
Couples
(412) 387-4894
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15220
Teresa Elaine Blackburn  in Pittsburgh
“"We already have the power inside all of us to heal ourselves; sometimes we just need a guide to seek it out." I assist people with releasing old patterns, habits, and behaviors so that they may have a fresh perspective, experience freedom from the past and get in touch with their true selves. My unique style of therapy addresses but is not limited to: anxiety, anger issues, grief, weight problems, addictions, phobias, self-esteem issues, and LGBTQ issues.
Couples
(740) 313-0199
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15205
Ryan Hunt, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“In our work together in therapy, we will begin by articulating your problems, symptoms, or concerns as you understand and experience them, and establishing your goals for treatment. Then, as we continue to explore additional meanings that you bring to these issues, and how they relate to other areas of your life in the past and present, we will discover not only new ways to understand your concerns but also new possibilities for how to address them in the present and future. This can lead both to a lessening of symptoms and also to increased freedom and possibilities going forward.
Couples
(412) 246-8529
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Cristina I Rivera-Kumpf, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I can be the extra set of eyes and ears than can help you to discover new possibilities so that you become more empowered to make the decisions that are right for you. I believe that therapy is a collaborative process where choices and boundaries are made transparent. I work to create an experience that feels safe and helps to encourage healing and improving the quality of your life in ways that are meaningful for you.
Couples
(412) 307-3656
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Amy Isaac, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I believe the strength for change lies within you and encourage you to utilize the therapeutic process to grow and find balance between the mind, body, and spirit. I work from a down to earth holistic approach, striving to help clients balance all aspects of their lives in order to aid in the healing process. It is my belief that recognizing the connection between the emotional, mental, physical, spiritual, and social aspects of life is a vital part of getting to the root of the issue and not just addressing the current symptoms.
Couples
(412) 301-9949 x21
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15232
Jason L Charney, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“"How can I provide a relationship which this person may use for their own personal growth?" - Carl Rogers
Couples
(412) 447-8630
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222
Sherri Williams, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“As a therapist in private practice, I offer individual psychotherapy, couples | relationship | marriage counseling, life coaching, & group therapy to help clients find compassion for themselves & others, confront issues of shame, & make more loving choices. Shame is universal & takes many forms, including addiction, codependency, judging, blaming, & perfectionism. One voice of shame is "There is something wrong with me." Another is "I'm not good enough" or "I don't matter." These messages are often found and experienced in relationships and families. Finding joy & self-acceptance is possible. Improve the quality of your life & relationships. Call or email today!
Couples
(412) 512-3135
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Liz Winter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LSW
“My approach is to work with each personís own blend of strengths and abilities to address a wide range of concerns, including anger, addiction, depression, stress, sexuality, relationships, and professional issues. With experience in law and business, I can offer expertise with professional and executive concerns.
Couples
(724) 201-1286
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
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.
Couples
(412) 927-1075
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15218
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.
Couples
(412) 436-5798
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222
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