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Therapists in Flourtown

Katie K May, Counselor  in Flourtown
“I am a Nationally Certified, Licensed Professional Counselor who specializes in working with children ages 3 to 19. I have worked extensively with families whose children and teens have experienced trauma and loss, family conflicts, suicidal behaviors, anxiety and social withdrawal, school issues and bullying, low self-esteem, and depression. I specialize in using Mindfulness-Based practices, Play Therapy and Creative Arts to provide children and teens with a way to communicate their feelings when talking about them is too difficult.
(610) 813-2575
Flourtown, Pennsylvania 19031
Elizabeth Campbell, Counselor  in Flourtown
“There came a time when the risk to remain tight in the bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom. ~Anais Nin. At times, we become stuck in old patterns long after they are needed, thus limiting ourselves. Letting go of these can open us up to abundance. I am a licensed professional counselor providing an empowerment and strength-based approach to support individuals in personal growth and change. I specialize in play therapy with children, family therapy, creative counseling for adolescents, and trauma-informed treatment. I utilize an integrative, mindful approach to address the whole individual and promote healing and wellness.
(484) 546-5346
Flourtown, Pennsylvania 19031
Joseph L Nines, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Flourtown
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and an Educator. I hold a Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology from LaSalle University and a Doctorate in Human Sexuality from Widener University. I maintain a private practice in Flourtown, Pennsylvania. I teach Clinical Counseling and Human Sexuality as an Adjunct Faculty member in LaSalle University's Graduate Psychology Program. I provide educational and clinical interventions in sexuality for parents, teachers and churches throughout the Philadelphia area.
(215) 337-4849
Flourtown, Pennsylvania 19031
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, BCD
“I have worked as a Clinical Social Worker in a variety of settings for thirty years since receiving a Masters Degree in Social Work from the University of Michigan. I have been employed as a therapist in private practice for the past fifteen years. I treat a diverse client population of adults, adolescents, couples and families. I see individuals aged sixteen and up with phase of life issues, such as adjustment to young adulthood. I treat depression and other mood disorders, anxiety and panic disorders and relational problems.
(215) 253-6281 x3
Flourtown, Pennsylvania 19031
Stefani Bohm LSW, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Flourtown
“I have been in practice since 1998 treating children, adolescents and adults ages 5 and older. I work with individuals families and couples. Some of the treatment modalities I practice are play therapy, CBT, DBT, exposure therapy, mindfulness and supportive therapies with all ages. I have found in my practice that using an eclectic approach allows my clients treatment to be tailored specifically to their needs. I treat clients with a variety of MH/ life-altering issues such as mood and anxiety disorders, ADHD, PTSD, school related issues, stress managment, loss & grief, phobias, co-occurring disorders, trauma, substance abuse, relationship concerns and work related issues.
(215) 621-8735
Flourtown, Pennsylvania 19031
Jen Perry, Counselor  in Flourtown
“Life is challenging and ever-changing. Paralyzing fears, confusion, disappointment, sadness, and anger can obscure your basic wisdom and sap your strength, leaving you feeling stuck and unsure where to begin to address problems. Contact your wisdom and strength and learn how to meet life's challenges and uncertainty with grace; perhaps also opening to be more present to life's joys. Together, we will discover authentic ways to meet fears, sadness, anger, isolation, and overcome problematic health and life disrupting behaviors that erode personal, family, and professional relationships and overall quality of life.
(215) 352-3443
Flourtown, Pennsylvania 19031
“As an experienced psychotherapist for over 20 years, I have helped people with a variety of problems, including relationship issues, work and school-related stress, adult-child and parent issues, eating disorders, post-adoption stress, and young adult life transitions. My style is warm and accepting, and my work addresses each individual's unique experiences as related to cultural background, environment, and family of origin history.
(610) 756-2806
Flourtown, Pennsylvania 19031
Kimberly Katz Vargas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Flourtown
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Anxiety, depression, anger, and low self-esteem are issues that can be overwhelming. I help clients to identify the factors that contribute to these issues, and then assist in formulating a plan to reduce the symptoms and resolve the problems. I provide a warm, nonjudgmental environment to address these concerns. Additionally, I am experienced in working with individuals and couples struggling with relationships and/or parenting. Parenting can be wonderful, but also extremely challenging. Relationships can falter. These situations can bring up unexpected thoughts and feelings that may be difficult to share with friends and family.
(267) 388-4559
Flourtown, Pennsylvania 19031
Maxine Margolies, Psychologist  in Flourtown
“The essence of therapy is to free the present from the past. Together, we can see how issues from your childhood, can be blocking your present-day well-being. This understanding will give you the tools to move beyond the stuck places, and to live more fully in the present. Motivation increases, and change becomes possible, furthering positive growth, with my ongoing support. A thorough assessment, allows the therapy to focus on strategies for change.
(215) 995-5224
Flourtown, Pennsylvania 19031
Megan Reddish, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Flourtown
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSS, LCSW, CACD
“I offer individual and family counseling for adolescents and adults ages 13-70. I individualize treatment based on person's needs but primary approach is CBT. I utilize meditation and mindfulness to help people establish a mind-body connection in alleviating stress, depression and anxiety. I look to a person's inherent strengths and skills to guide the treatment process . I am a certified addiction counselor and offer treatment for addictions or referrals to higher levels of care if needed.
(215) 948-2927 x5
Flourtown, Pennsylvania 19031
Kathleen Ann Krol, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Flourtown
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSS, LCSW, RPT-S
“My passion and belief is individuals and families possess their own innate ability to heal when underlying causes are identified and inner resources are strengthened. My family focused approach to treatment views the child/adolescent/adult as part of a family system. The treatment approach I use to best fit your individual or family needs may incorporate sand tray, Family-Play therapy, cognitive behavior techniques, stress-reduction strategies, EMDR, Trauma Art Narrative Therapy and Filial Family Therapy. I provide a safe and supportive environment for children, adolescents and adults experiencing anxiety, depression, ADHD, behavior issues, trauma, grief and loss.
(215) 488-7271 x1
Flourtown, Pennsylvania 19031
Charles H Blonstein, PhD, Psychologist  in Flourtown
“I've been a psychologist for 3 decades and help: (1) couples regain emotional closeness and connection; (2) individuals process traumatic experiences; and (3) families replace conflict with mutual support. My contribution may include making sense of cause and effect; listening, understanding, acknowledging; discussing resources and possibilities; providing feedback; introducing new elements to unblock obstacles; and reinstating hope for change. I generate an interaction in which you feel comfortable sharing your needs, feelings and preferences. Treatment is individualized, flexible, and responsive to your ongoing input- based on your unique circumstances, past history and experiences, personal goals and motivations; etc.
(215) 970-2897 x8
Flourtown, Pennsylvania 19031
Laurie Baker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Flourtown
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“You can read more than 35 reviews by clients who trust me at the website link (left). I provide caring, supportive psychotherapy for adults, couples, adolescents, children (10 and older) and families. I specialize in family and couples' therapy for a wide range of relationship and parenting concerns. Even if you attend therapy by yourself, understanding your family dynamics is often the key to feeling better and improving current relationships.
(267) 274-4036
Flourtown, Pennsylvania 19031
Susan G Perricelli, Counselor  in Flourtown
“I have approximately twenty years of experience providing counseling for individuals and families ages fifteen years and older. I work with a variety of issues including, but not limited to, depression, anxiety, work-related, substance and relationship problems. My approach is eclectic with an emphasis on cognitive-behavioral therapy and solution-focused counseling. I can help you by fully assessing your situation and developing a plan to help you solve the problems you are facing and make the changes you desire. Change is possible and I am here to help you develop the necessary skills to attain your goals.
(215) 278-4496 x4
Flourtown, Pennsylvania 19031
Brittiney George,   in Flourtown
“Your mind knows your story. Your body knows your life. Listening to the wisdom of your body helps you to hear the messages beneath emotional, relational, and physical pain. Pain can give insight as to what you are holding on to, what is holding on to you, and the burdens you are carrying that are not, and likely never were, yours. In this busy world, pain is often the wakeup call that tells us to stop, change direction, or move differently. In this way, pain can be an incredible ally and the body an amazing resource for healing.
(484) 866-8264
Flourtown, Pennsylvania 19031
Robert J Wieman, Psychologist  in Flourtown
“I have over 40 years in the practice of Clinical Psychology, sex therapy, marital and family therapy. I work with both adolescents and adults on issues such as depression and anxiety, marital and relationship problems, loss and grieving, chronic illnesses, phase of life issues, addictions, gender and sexual identity issues, post traumatic stress disorder, and dissociative disorders. After leaving Penn State, I completed a Postdoctoral Internship in Clinical Psychology and went on to serve as Assistant Director of an addictions treatment program while completing a six year tenure as an Associate in Psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania Medical School.
(215) 346-7355
Flourtown, Pennsylvania 19031
J Snyder Therapeutic Services, Counselor  in Flourtown
“I have extensive experience treating adolescents, families, couples, and individual, adults. I have been able to achieve solid outcomes with people suffering from depression, bipolar disorders, anxiety disorders such as traumatic reactions to stress, phobias, and obsessive-compulsive disorders, dissociative disorders, ADHD, and some eating disorders. I strive to codetermine a therapeutic contract that assists people in outlining their goals while working to reduce maladaptive symptoms that impede life, love, work, and the formation of a solid relationship to one's self. I am relentless in my pursuit of holistic health, yet judicious and professional in my methodologies.
(215) 688-5974
Flourtown, Pennsylvania 19031
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, BSL
“My ideal clients are those who are experiencing difficulties with blended family issues, adolescent development, trauma, grief and loss, separation and divorce. My role as a therapist is to facilitate a process of healing by partnering with each client. I believe it is essential to listen carefully to an individual, couple or family and develop a partnership that combines my training and experience as a practitioner with each persons unique capacity for healing and growth. Most importantly, the objective of intervention and caring is promoting the family's ability to support the passions and interests that exist in each individual.
(215) 977-4832
Flourtown, Pennsylvania 19031
Nefertiti Isoke, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Flourtown
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSS, LCSW
“Life is like a box of chocolate you never know what you are gonna get. It may sound corny or funny but we all know it is true. Life is an adventure and sometimes we need help navigating through it. If you are finding that you or a love ones are having trouble with the assortments of chocolate, life has handed you please call. I specialist in trauma, anxiety, depression and have experience working with children, adolescents, adults and family. I went into this private practice with one goal helping people heal.
(484) 813-4151
Flourtown, Pennsylvania 19031
John Levenson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Flourtown
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD, CGP
“I combine active listening with creative response as a Gestalt therapist. I do brief and long term work depending on what the client needs. I am seasoned and I care about my clients' well-being.
(215) 995-1235
Flourtown, Pennsylvania 19031

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