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Therapists in Bryn Mawr

“My practice focuses on the assessment and treatment of children, adolescents, and young adults presenting with emotional, behavioral, and/or learning problems. I specialize in tailoring psychoeducational and psychological evaluations to meet the concerns of my clients, clarify learning and emotional issues, formulate diagnoses, and generate educational strategies and recommendations, including accommodations for standardized testing, and behavioral or therapeutic interventions. I use a range of carefully chosen individually administered assessment measures, together with history, observations and input from parents and teachers, to evaluate cognitive, academic, and emotional processes.
(610) 400-3386
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 19010
Heather L Trobert, Counselor  in Bryn Mawr
“Sometimes there are problems that are difficult to talk about and hard to change. It takes great courage to share one's thoughts and feelings with another person, and I am committed to working with you while honoring your own individual healing process. Having trained with world-renowned experts in the field, I'm experienced in tailoring this knowledge to meet the needs of my patients within the context of a collaborative, caring relationship. I have a particular inclination in treating individuals who have had multiple prior treatments and/or complex conditions.
(610) 533-7887
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 19010
Joseph Delvey Jr, Psychologist  in Bryn Mawr
“You find yourself at a job that for years has been really great, except now you suddenly have a new boss who is corrupt and sadistic. You learn your teenage daughter is addicted. You suspect your spouse is having an affair. Your realize your mother's dementia has progressed and she cannot be left alone. How do you cope? Sometimes, there are no obvious solutions to such crucial issues. But speaking with a psychologist may help you order your priorities and commit to the next right step.
(610) 525-8477
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 19010
Carly Goldberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bryn Mawr
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, DSW, LCSW
“As an experienced clinician, I specialize in the psychological development and emotional wellness of women. In our work together, we seek to learn about the nature of your current difficulties, such as any experience of anxiety, sadness, fear, isolation, overwhelm, or confusion, and explore your strengths to facilitate insight and growth. Together we can work to ensure that your voice is heard and that you are able to experience yourself as a whole person. Together, I know that we can create a space for self exploration, healing and growth.
(610) 930-3025
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 19010
Barbara H Kase, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bryn Mawr
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, MS, LCSW
“A Chinese proverb reminds us, "The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step." It may take courage to take that first step - to contact a therapist. I am an experienced, caring, knowledgeable Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I view psychotherapy as a collaborative process, in which the therapist and client work together toward the client's goals. I help clients to examine and understand their past, their thinking, their feelings, their options. I can provide support and empowerment to help you address your issues and struggles, whatever they may be.
(610) 915-8240
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 19010
Deborah Miller, Psychologist  in Bryn Mawr
“I am a licensed psychologist and specialize in treating anxiety, depression, and eating disorders. I have a collaborative approach; where actively working together to deeply understand you and your issues is the first step. Working together to understand and not judge the thoughts, feelings, beliefs and experiences that are contributing to your patterns is essential. Decreasing shame, and increasing self esteem, acceptance, and compassion, are integral aspects to therapy I offer, and necessary to reducing the internal conflict which so often fuels the problems and patterns. For therapy to be effective, it calls for a very active effort on your part, as well as mine.
(484) 652-8209
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 19010
Sarah Murphy,   in Bryn Mawr
“Would you love to live a life filled with joy and abundance? A life of purpose, with work you love and relationships that support you? Do you want not just to survive, but to thrive? In spite of how good things are, you know there is more for you. Despite your best efforts, old patterns seem intractable. Something isn't working. Whether in relationships, finances, health, or some other issue, you find yourself blocked. This is because old emotional scars and traumas, deeply embedded thoughts and conditioning can hold us back from living life to its fullest potential.
(484) 494-2882
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 19010
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Clients who are struggling with anxiety, depression, stress due to relationship,family and work issues, as well as those suffering from loss and grief find that my long professional experience and warm, empathic style helps them access their own inner strengths. I strive to help clients clarify their thoughts and feelings, and support them in developing personal goals that will make their lives more satisfying. My intention is to help clients remove both inner and outer obstacles that prevent them from living rich and meaningful lives. I find my work deeply rewarding and inspiring.
(610) 422-3784
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 19010
Hava N Bergdoll, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bryn Mawr
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Needing someone to be a sounding board? Do certain issues in your life seem overwhelming? I offer discernment and tools to assist with finding resolution or strategies for better quality living. Both Cognitive Behavioral and Sand tray therapies are some of the primary intervention methods I use. I have an understanding of emotional focused work and integrate the need to connect with others as a means for healing self and your support network. I will meet you where you are emotionally and assist you in setting achievable goals.
(484) 842-4181
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 19010
Andrew J. D'Amico PH.D LLC, Psychologist  in Bryn Mawr
“Andrew J. D'Amico PH.D LLC is a seasoned behaviorist and family therapist who uses Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), a mindfulness, evidenced-based third wave cognitive behavioral therapy. Dr. D'Amico treats anxiety, depresssion, obsessive compulsive disorder, trichotillomania, opposition, peer relations, school avoidance, and family concerns. Dr. D'Amico works with children, adolescents, adults and families. His approach is warm, compassionate, and hard working. The aim of ACT is to produce change based on increasing psychological flexibility. Andrew offers a unique program for teens-a free community-based support group for kids with personal concerns.
(610) 298-1484
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 19010
Chris J Malanga, Counselor  in Bryn Mawr
“I work with individuals, young adults, couples, and families to address the issues which impact their ability to find the happiness and peace of mind they desire. My typical client knows that something in their life is not working and they are ready to seek greater clarity, even if they don't know exactly what their issues are at the onset of treatment.
(973) 947-7392
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 19010
Shawn Patricia Kraemer, Counselor  in Bryn Mawr
“I specialize in working with women. We often explore issues like how to: find work/family/ life balance, develop more fulfilling and mindful relationships, heal from loss including pregnancy loss, cope with infertility, manage transitions into and out of work and school, make decisions about relationships and parenting, hone skills for managing stress and emotional distress, and develop greater compassion for self and others.
(267) 354-4665
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 19010
Wendy A. Weiner, Ph.D., Psychologist  in Bryn Mawr
“Do you sometimes need someone to talk to to open up about your worries and sadness, and hopes and dreams? Maybe you don't want to keep asking your friends/family to listen or maybe there isn't anyone to open up to at all. Now you don't have to do it alone...
(610) 616-5914
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 19010
Thomas K Hurster, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bryn Mawr
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSS, LCSW, CGP
“I am a licensed clinical social worker who has been providing counseling and therapy services to youth and their families for 35 years. While I do see adults in psychotherapy as part of my private practice, I primarily work with children, adolescents, and young adults, and their families. I have extensive experience with the range of problems and issues that youth encounter, including anxiety, depression, excessive anger, and self-esteem erosion, and have a particular expertise in working with the emotional consequences of struggling with learning differences and learning disabilities.
(484) 696-1433
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 19010
Melanie A Wilson, Psychologist  in Bryn Mawr
“Are you worried about your child or teen? Maybe the school has called you in for a meeting or maybe your child has asked to "talk to someone." Young people experience so many demands today. Now... add some trauma to the mix, such as major loss, illness, or divorce, and we're liable to see a "perfect storm" of distress in the family. Children and parents can feel sadness, anger, shame, guilt, anxiety, and confusion. Symptoms can include behavior or academic problems, risky behaviors, substance use, arguments, or other alienating communication in family members.
(610) 915-8526
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 19010
Dina H. Harth, Psychologist  in Bryn Mawr
“Dr. Dina Harth provides psychological services to individuals, couples and families of all ages who are coping with issues across the lifespan. She uses an integrative approach, combining cognitive-behavioral principles with insight-oriented, as well as marital and family therapies. She provides individualized treatment based on the needs and style of each client.
(610) 526-0755
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 19010
Stephanie Newberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bryn Mawr
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MED, MSW, LCSW
“I am dedicated to providing each individual, couple, and family with quality, individualized care. I strive to help my clients feel heard, and to learn new coping strategies and relationship skills so that they can lead more meaningful, healthy, and intimate lives. I work with clients who are dedicated to their own personal growth and self-awareness and who want to work on decreasing stress, depression, anxiety, and family conflict in their lives. I value helping my clients to have quality relationships in which they can feel accepted and understood.
(610) 628-4527
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 19010
Jaime Spinell Zuckerman, Psychologist  in Bryn Mawr
“Can't stop worrying? Carrying around a heavy sadness? Have stressful relationships? Feel out of control or stuck in your life? I can help. In my practice I specialize in the treatment of adults dealing with anxiety, depression, adjustment to illness and relationship issues. These difficulties, along with life's everyday stressors, can greatly impact your ability to enjoy life, connect with loved ones and perform your role as mother, father, spouse, friend and employee. Through therapy you will learn behavioral strategies and emotional coping skills needed to achieve your goals, helping you to live a more fulfilled, happy life.
(610) 628-1463
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 19010
Dora Ghetie, Psychologist  in Bryn Mawr
“I believe that the most important and healing aspect of therapy is the relationship I develop with each of my clients. Whether you are seeking therapy for help with a specific problem or general dissatisfaction with your life, my first goal is always to establish an atmosphere of trust and openness so that you can talk freely about yourself. Therapy is not a quick fix, but sometimes even a few sessions can give you a different perspective. Being truly listened to is an experience people find very helpful from the very beginning.
(484) 334-8600
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 19010
Michael E Silverstein, Psychologist  in Bryn Mawr
“I am a clinical psychologist with over 25 years experience helping individuals and couples find relief from depression, anxiety, addiction, OCD and relationship problems. I use evidence-based approaches that have been scientifically proven to work. I teach coping skills and new habits that are easy to learn and apply to everyday life.
(484) 578-0426
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 19010
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