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Grief Therapists in Lehigh County
Bereavement, Loss, Mourning

Elizabeth Vega Casey, Counselor  in Coopersburg
“I passionately believe that many emotional issues people struggle with are the result of responses to recognized or unrecognized loss. These responses make healthy relationship building difficult and sometimes frustrating. I have 25 plus years of counseling experience ranging from trauma to hospice care, the last 8 years focusing on grief and transitions issues. I am offering individual, couples and family counseling, utilizing an eclectic approach, combining several different counseling methods with a down to earth style. I tailor my therapeutic process to the needs of my clients and work with them to identify goals that are attainable.
Grief
(484) 498-4612
Office is near:
Coopersburg, Pennsylvania 18036
Roberta R. Penn, Psychologist  in Emmaus
“I want to help every person find strength and develop resilience to enhance functioning and pleasure, and to learn how to find positives in relationships. I do believe that happiness is a decision and that we all have choices in how we look at circumstances, for the most part. I am a part of a multidisciplinary private practice and have been counseling individuals, couples and families for over 25 years, bringing to my work a deep appreciation for the life cycle and generational issues involving change and loss.
Grief
(610) 965-6418 x107
Emmaus, Pennsylvania 18049
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LPC, CAC
“Are you struggling with losses or challenges in your life? Do you want to change but you feel blocked? We can work together to help you overcome the obstacles that are holding you back from enjoying your life and accomplishing your goals. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with over 30 years experience working with clients to improve their lives. I work with adults and specialize in helping with issues of grief, loss, change, recovery, and finding meaning in today's world . I also work with people who are blocked creatively or who are trying to change professional direction.
Grief
(610) 915-8307
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18102
DiYenno and Associates, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Coopersburg
“Counseling and assessments for individuals, couples and families. Holistic treatment of anxiety and panic disorders, work and relationship Issues without need for medication. No charge for initial consultation via telephone or in person. Convenient hours and total confidentiality. Medicare and other insurances accepted, or sliding scale based on income.
Grief
(267) 915-2219
Office is near:
Coopersburg, Pennsylvania 18036
Pam Fullerton, Counselor  in Emmaus
“I have a great deal of respect for those who enter counseling. My clients would tell you that I provide a caring, nonjudgmental, safe and warm environment for our work together. I view our work together as collaborative, meaning that we create a dialogue that will allow you to explore the areas of your life that are important to you. I provide a strong sense of intuition, genuineness, and respect for you and your work in therapy. I seek to understand and provide guidance in the areas of your life that you wish to explore.
Grief
(610) 915-8011
Emmaus, Pennsylvania 18049
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“When the problems of life become overwhelming, the decision to call a therapist is a significant step. As a licensed psychotherapist with over twenty five years of experience, I offer compassionate, individualized treatment for stress and anxiety, depression, anger issues, grief and loss, relationships, divorce adjustment, life transitions, work place issues,and self-esteem issues. My approach is to work together with you to enhance your strengths, self understanding and enable you to resolve your concerns, in a confidential office setting.
Grief
(610) 915-8723
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18195
Shonda Bear Moralis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Breinigsville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I work best with patients seeking to collaborate on goals and who are willing to step out of their comfort zones to explore new ways of thinking, understanding, communicating and experiencing life. I understand and honor that each person comes with a unique situation and background. While using an eclectic and individualized approach, I draw heavily upon Mindfulness-Based Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). I enjoy working with children, adolescents and adults, specializing in the treatment of anxiety and stress-related disorders, parenting issues and life balance.
Grief
(484) 772-5395
Breinigsville, Pennsylvania 18031
Sarah M Hasker, Psychologist  in Allentown
“Finding the right therapist is an essential first step in helping you manage or resolve your current life struggle or situation. I provide a safe, nonjudgmental, comfortable environment to enable you to get the most from your therapeutic experience. Working collaboratively with my clients, we will develop treatment goals to meet your individual needs. I help my clients to work towards living the life they desire through listening and feedback, providing education, and teaching coping and relationship skills to help you navigate life a little bit more easily.
Grief
(610) 400-3831
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18106
Gaye Beatty, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Allentown
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“My goal is to provide a warm & safe environment where you can feel heard & supported. I have learned that when life's challenges are great, we often minimize our strengths & only see the negative. I will try to help you gain a broader perspective, deepen your self awareness & even learn new skills to deal with conflicts, improve relationships & calm uncomfortable feelings. I tend to work well with people who have experienced early trauma or abuse and who are now dealing with new problems in life that strike a similar chord.
Grief
(484) 235-5778
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104
Luke T. Schultz, Psychologist  in Allentown
“I am a licensed psychologist with expertise in Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT). As a CBT therapist, I offer a safe and comfortable environment to work collaboratively on your concerns through an effective, goal-focused, and evidence-based therapy. My mentors are internationally recognized leaders in the field of psychotherapy, including Dr. Aaron T. Beck (the founder of Cognitive Therapy) and Dr. Edna Foa (a pioneer in CBT for OCD and anxiety). I enjoy working with teens, adults, and older adults. I am also an instructor for the Beck Institute, where I teach CBT to clinicians from around the world.
Grief
(610) 224-9725
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18103
Vivek K Katara, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Allentown
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW
“If you've become lost in the mist of obstacles on your journey, my goal is to help guide you to a happier life by offering well researched and scientifically proven interventions, addressing self-defeating thoughts/behaviors, and leading you from the past to the present by gaining insight about unhealthy patterns that stand in the way of your personal growth and happiness. By learning to alter your perspective and thoughts you learn to change how you feel. You develop power & control over how you allow yourself to feel. You learn to see/identify life stressors and situations with a new pair of glasses.
Grief
(484) 303-4449
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18106
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor who has worked in the mental health field for over 8 years. During my career, I have treated children, adolescents, adults, and families presenting with a wide range of mental health and behavioral issues. I believe that within the therapeutic relationship individuals can work to understand the ways in which their unique experiences may have impacted their moods or behaviors so that they might implement positive changes in their everyday lives. Emphasis is placed on helping individuals to develop effective coping strategies for managing their personal needs.
Grief
(484) 297-6908
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18109
David J Smock, Psychologist  in Whitehall
“When life gets really hard we need someone who will listen. We need someone who does not judge us. We need someone who can patiently help us explore our problems and help us develop ways of resolving our problems. I am that type of person and really value the opportunity to help people in times of great distress.
Grief
(610) 898-3273
Whitehall, Pennsylvania 18052
Heather Evans, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Coopersburg
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Heather Evans has had diverse experience with children, adolescents, and adults. Using an eclectic, goal-directed approach with some emphasis on cognitive-behavioral techniques, she seeks to facilitate growth and change. She welcomes clients of all religions and backgrounds. Through individual, marriage and family therapy, the interventions are designed to provide emotional support, improve personal insight, and identify tools for daily living.
Grief
(484) 546-4827
Coopersburg, Pennsylvania 18036
Janet Grossner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Allentown
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I encourage you to take the first step and begin to feel better. I am a licensed psychotherapist with 25 years of experience who has developed insight and wisdom about the problems which confront preteens, adolescents and adults. I have a general individual psychotherapy practice with experience treating preteen, adolescent and adult depression, anxiety, self esteem, and relationship issues. I also work with family and parenting issues with respect for the many complex difficulties that face families at this time. I offer a compassionate and caring approach utilizing a variety of psychotherapy techniques determined by individual needs and issues.
Grief
(610) 915-8623
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18195
Lindsay E Norvick, Counselor  in Allentown
“Life is a journey complete with bumps along the way, that throw us off track. Often these bumps create the need for change, processing and growth to work through them. As a Licensed Professional Counselor I believe that one of the greatest services I can provide in your times of trouble, sorrow or confusion is to take the time to listen to your concerns with patience kindness and empathy, without judgment. Together through counseling we can work to create change, identify strengths, achieve increased self-understanding and focus on getting back on track to reaching your life goals.
Grief
(484) 997-7181
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104
Samantha Pastier  in Allentown
“I am a marriage and family therapist who believes that in any dynamic, whether it is in couples, family, or individual counseling; in order to achieve a healthy lifestyle it is a journey and every journey starts with one step. The first step is seeking help with a therapist that knows and understands what you are going through. Throughout my work as a therapist, I have worked with a diverse group of individuals in a wide array of settings. Working with a diverse population, I have learned and truly believe that it takes a collaborative approach to treatment in order to achieve a healthy lifestyle.
Grief
(717) 967-8309
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104
Allison Otto  in Allentown
“I believe that people are complex individuals with dynamic lives and histories, and so my approach to psychotherapy is individualized to each of my clients. Our work together will focus on self growth and making significant, long lasting changes, in yourself and in the way that you relate to others. In addition to psychotherapy, I also provide diagnostic psychological testing and consultation for individuals who are seeking insight into their personalities, ways of thinking, symptoms, strengths, and areas for growth.
Grief
(610) 709-6556
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18103
Glenna Linder, Counselor  in Allentown
“As a therapist, I am confident that we all have the potential to move forward, heal, and grow. Talking with a professional can help you make progress when you are stuck or in a difficult place. My passion is to help people decrease their sadness, anxiety, anger, and to improve their relationships. My style is respectful, compassionate, nurturing, and practical. Confidentiality is a high priority as we work together on your goals. I draw from my successful marriage and parenting experiences to help people improve their family relationships.
Grief
(610) 572-2832
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18103
Carmen Garrison, Counselor  in Allentown
“My philosophy is that positive change is possible for everyone. I believe that achieving wellness is a journey, and I am dedicated to helping others along their path. Using a compassionate, person-centered style; I work collaboratively with my clients. My holistic approach to wellness focuses on all areas of wellness; mind, body and soul. Finding balance gives us the strength to face challenges in our lives. Through counseling, hope can be restored. In my nine years of working with individuals and families, I have seen an immense amount of resiliency and hope. "Once you choose hope, anything is possible"
Grief
(610) 628-4157
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18106

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