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Therapists in Delaware County

Pam Cooper Reimund, Counselor  in Thornton
“There is one important aspect of our lives that affects how we feel and that is relationships. If you are experiencing worry, sadness, anger, guilt or any other negative emotion surrounding any relationship then we should talk. I have had the privilege of helping countless people gain a greater understanding and healing in this area.
Paul M Spengler, Psychologist  in Muncie
“Thank you for considering working with me to achieve personal growth and change. For therapy clients, I seek to provide you with a safe and secure environment where you can explore your private thoughts and feelings and achieve the change you desire for a healthy and satisfying life. You have reached my web page on my therapy services. (If you are interested in other aspects of my practice, including psychological and forensic evaluations, please call my office for more information).
(765) 308-0001 x1
Andrea Roche, Counselor  in Glen Mills
“If you are looking to get out of a harmful relationship, or recover from an abusive relationship, help is available. I provide counseling for individuals adjusting to being single after an abrupt breakup, and can help couples with marriage therapy as a marriage friendly therapist. I can help you if you are struggling to keep your job or maintain close relationships with family. I provide counseling for teenagers struggling with ADD, depression, or destructive behaviors. I use proven, evidence based techniques to create solutions for your needs and goals. Often counseling focus is on helping clients cope with personal stress and relationship setbacks.
“Ted Fallon has 25 years experience as a child and adult psychiatrist and psychoanalyst. He practices primarily psychotherapy, intensive psychotherapy and psychoanalysis, addressing a full range of issues from emotional strains, trauma, loss and anxiety to developmental issues including autistic spectrum presentations, and psychosis. He is also the Director of the Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytic Training Program at the Psychoanalytic Center of Philadelphia.
“I enjoy working with young children, adolescents, and their families, as well as, individual adult clients. I utilize various creative therapeutic approaches with my clients including play therapy, sand tray therapy, art therapy, bibliotherapy and movie therapy. I want to make sessions enjoyable so clients will remain in therapy until they meet their goals rather than dropping out early. I strive to empower my clients, thereby enabling them to recognize their choices, and thus their responsibility/accountability. I enjoy assisting my clients in identifying and progressing towards their individual goals.
Marcelle Blair, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Media
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Despite challenging one may face in their life or family; a happy, healthy, well-adjusted life can be possible with support. For many years I have valued being a psychotherapist. I have an ever increasing passion to help improve relationships at work, in families and marriages. Also, those with stress and mood disorders like anxiety. I work to help those I serve identify and promote the use of strengths and achieve their ideal self and circumstance. Let's start working!
Cardinal Counseling-Donna Liu LPC NCC, Pastoral Counselor  in Media
“I am a L.P.C. with a MS degree in Pastoral Care and Counseling. I chose PCC because I believe that for some people it is helpful to bring their spiritual beliefs into the healing process. Starting psychotherapy is the beginning of feeling at home with yourself. It is a place where you can feel safe, grounded and secure, as you explore the difficult areas in your life that you may not want to face alone. This includes spiritual, emotional and/or physical pain.
Anna Balfour, Counselor  in Wayne
“'Feeling stuck' or thinking 'I just can't keep going on like this'? Perhaps the past keeps resurfacing yet you think you should be over it by now. Or you see the same self-defeating patterns reoccurring in your relationships, making you unhappy, frustrated or even despairing that life could ever be different. I have over 30 years of experience working with people with those - and other difficulties,and an Oxford UK Clinical Psychologist training and a Professional Counseling License (PA). I would love to talk with you. Call / email and together we can make a start to move forward.
Esther Pacheco, Counselor  in Delaware
“I help kids thrive in life. Building skills to help them to succeed and enjoy life. Providing and safe place to learn and grow in a positive direction. Another key part of my therapy is helping parents love and cherish their kids.
Providence Living Treatment Center, Treatment Facility  in Media
“Providence Living is an outpatient treatment program for professionals (e.g. physicians, dentists, pharmacists, executives, etc.) in need of alcohol and drug addiction recovery. We provide a supportive and effective course of treatment to assist the professional in sustaining their recovery from alcohol and drug abuse, while remaining in the community. We also provide comfortable sober living for those in need of housing while in treatment.
Susan Longstreth Maroto, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chadds Ford
“I listen carefully first to get a sense of who you are and what it is that you want help with. I then work with you to figure out what kind of approach will best help you. I always respect your feedback as to what is helpful and what is not and will keep trying until we figure out how to get you to where you want to be. Please visit my website, www.therapywithsusan.com for more information.
Joseph Micucci, Psychologist  in Rosemont
“The relationships in which we participate are the most important resource for helping us to make the changes we wish to make. In my work, I pay close attention to my clients' relationships with others, especially their relationships with family members. How we think about and define our problems are also important factors that keep us stuck and prevent us from finding solutions. I help my clients think in new ways about their problems and concentrate not just on what they are doing wrong, but on what they are doing right.
Barbara A Hyatt, Psychiatric Nurse  in Chadds Ford
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, MS, PMHCNS, BC
“I believe that the basis for effective therapy resides in the connection between therapist and client, one which is based on trust and safety, in a comfortable and pleasant environment. My mission is to assess, understand, and clarify the client's needs and goals for therapy which enrich living. I believe in using every resource and tool available to that end. I have experience with most issues and problems. I believe in the importance of understanding the relationship between mind, body, and spirit.
Lee A. Bowers, Psychologist  in Villanova
“Are you anxious, depressed, maybe diagnosed with a serious illness? Are you losing sleep, in pain, scared, not knowing who to talk to? Maybe youre confused about information your doctor or friends are giving you. Id like to help. Would you like to find natural ways to reduce your physical and/or emotional symptoms, or bolster your immune system without interfering with what you and your health team are already doing? I work with people who have emotional or physical health concerns: anxiety, depression, relationship problems, cancer, autoimmune disorders, heart disease, and chronic pain.
Bryce Ernest Taylor, Psychologist  in Muncie
“I am a psychologist with over 16 years of experience. I am equally skilled at working with children, adolescents, and adults. I am comfortable working with a broad spectrum of clients presenting with a variety of problems including those associated with trauma and loss, academic difficulties, anxiety, and depression. I integrate complementary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach, tailored to each client. I am aware that while you, your child, or your family may be experiencing difficulties, you also have strengths that can be used for growth and healing.
Leslie A Pepitone, Psychologist  in Broomall
“I'm a seasoned therapist, in private practice more than 25 years, previously a teaching and supervising faculty member at a Philadelphia medical/graduate school. I don't do "pop" psychology, nor use any fad techniques. In my work, symptom relief is just the first step into a collaborative process in which we explore deeper issues. These underlying thoughts and feelings often center around relationships, both past and present. Hopefully, you emerge from this process stronger, grounded in meaning and satisfaction in your life and its many choices. I"ll be as decent and caring a therapist as I can.
Marcia Forbes Counseling, Psychologist  in Wayne
“I specialize in Grief and Loss, difficult relationships, parenting issues, stress management, life transitions, women's issues, divorce, health and illness, depression and anxiety in a nurturing and safe environment. With a humanistic orientation, I am also trained in Jungian concepts, cognitive-behavioral and family systems, I use an eclectic approach to match the client's needs. I believe we all intrinsically know what is best for us and it is my job to help you find what is meaningful in your life.
Linda A May, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Radnor
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSS, CW, CACD
“OATS' clients are enormously fascinating; coming from many walks of life: physicians, moms, business professionals. Intelligent capable people finding themselves stuck, or in unwanted circumstances that boggle the mind. Together we uncover systems laid down long ago that, like the grammar of English, inform every utterance, decision, action undertaken today. The science is solid: 1. Unconscious motives exert greater causal power upon our behaviors than conscious intentions. 2. Bringing these unconscious systems into consciousness severs the causal link. 3. Individual and group psychotherapy utilizing mentalization promote deep satisfying healing, unleashing your unique creative capacity to bring desired outcomes to fruition.
Deborah Miller  in Muncie
“My strength as a therapist is helping clients feel comfortable with an often uncomfortable process. I use humor, understanding, and a non-judgmental attitude to facilitate a relationship that can help you grow. I like working with adults and couples with a variety of issues. My goal is to help you feel supported in a counseling relationship built on trust, understanding, and genuine feedback; identify your core values (as an individual or couple); and work on what is keeping you stuck in negative patterns.
Alba Manalastas Hidalgo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newtown Square
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSS, LSW, CCDP-D
“Alba believes that talking to a well-trained mental health professional is a necessary brain exercise to help maintain not only one's emotional health but also their physical health. The depth of Alba's experience professionally and personally could assist individuals and families in addressing any issues related to overcoming minor to severe mental health and addictive disorders.
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Delaware County have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Delaware County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Delaware County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Delaware County or family therapy in Delaware County.

How to find a specialist?
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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.