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Therapists in Pittsburgh

Amanda Mezhinsky, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Have you noticed a change in your child's behavior? Is worry, anger or sadness affecting your family's daily life? Has your child's school expressed concerns? Difficulty coping with change and life's stressors can happen at any age. Without the appropriate skills to communicate their emotions, children often express their feelings through negative behavior. Psychotherapy can be a positive process through which children learn the strategies and skills needed to cope, adjust and effectively communicate their thoughts and feelings. I offer counseling and therapy services to children/families to assist them in this process of change.
(412) 253-2904
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
Christian Counseling Associates of Western PA, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Christian Counseling Associates (CCA) provides individual, marriage, and family counseling. We serve Christians who want their faith integrated into the counseling process and those holding any beliefs or attitudes toward spirituality. Our counselors will help you identify the core issues that have caused your emotional and personal problems, and immediately develop strategies to resolve these issues. CCA is able to provide a full range of clinical services. Please visit our website at Christiancounselingwpa.com for a complete description of our faith based counseling services, locations, and counseling staff.
(724) 216-0332
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15236
Thomas J Stokes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ACSW, LCSW, BCD, RN
“My goal is to collaborate with you in a safe, caring environment to help you grow and develop in ways that are meaningful to you. I will partner with you in a holistic manner and tailor approaches designed to your unique set of circumstances. I particularly welcome past or present members of the military, military families, and anyone associated with military members and their families.
(412) 246-8318
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15223
Village Center for Holistic Therapy, Treatment Facility  in Pittsburgh
“We come to therapy for many different reasons. Maybe we've lost someone close to us. Maybe we feel disempowered and unmotivated at work and at home. Or we're drowning in rage. Or shame. Or fear. Maybe we have a tendency that interrupts our connections with others and our self-growth. Maybe we can't bring our selves to forgive. Or certain memories have hijacked our very being. But the most vital reason we come to therapy is that we want to grow: we have imagined something else and we want change. That in itself is momentous.
(412) 727-8882
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15220
Nancy Mramor, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“My clients are interested in a mind-body and/or mind-body-spirit approach to wellness and personal growth. Anxiety and Depression, Stress related illness, unresolved physical pain that may have an emotional basis, Trauma and Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome are typical concerns of clients that come to Dr. Nancy Mramor. Those seeking therapy, Mid-life issues, and therapy for adults and children are welcome. Cognitive therapy, Hypnosis, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, and Neuro-emotional Technique/Energy work are tools that assist clients to remove blocks, heal and move forward toward their life goals.http://drnancyonline.com/therapy/
(412) 253-2558
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
Frank Bienkowski, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“The image I use to represent my practice is that of a Butterfly. The Butterfly symbolizes an experience of liberation and transformation. I am interested in and passionate about working with individuals and families who desire to transcend historic personal and interpersonal limitations in order to embrace and enjoy a richer experience of life. My experience has shown that human beings carry within them the ability to heal and live well. My purpose is to guide you into your own resources and facilitate the emergence of a new awareness about yourself and your relationship with the world around you.
(412) 532-1784
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Jayne Chianelli, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW, CSW
“Welcome, today you are one step closer to a new you where you feel empowered and on a positive path to growth and well-being. As a solution-focused therapist, my goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life. By applying complementary therapy approaches and techniques, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life.
(412) 339-2035
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15238
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I strongly believe that people have the ability to make changes at any time in their lives. I have specialized training in step-family therapy and recognized they have different dynamics than intact families. I work with people who have depression, anxiety disorders, relationship issues, as well as those needing anger management skills.
(412) 228-0503
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15218
“How do you deal with a sense that somehow your life has gotten "off-track"? How do you make a marriage, a relationship, a family -- whether it is a first family, step-family, the one with your parents and siblings, or a work situation, go more smoothly? How do you manage difficult children, parents in-laws, or bosses or co-workers? What about a marriage with a partner who has had an affair? You already know that there are no easy answers, and you may have already tried therapy, but to no avail.
(412) 265-2515 x24
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15232
Brooke N. Generett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Brooke Generett, a licensed clinical social worker, founded Generett Counseling Services, LLC in 2012. Brooke boasts 10 years of experience working with adolescents and their families. She equips her clients with essential life skills for problem-solving in challenging environments. Her approach for improving mental health highlights her clients' strengths, helps them identify barriers to their personal successes, and tailors wellness strategies to their needs that produce positive outcomes. Brooke received her bachelor's degree in psychology from Hampton University and her Master of Social Work, with an emphasis in mental health, from the University of Pittsburgh.
(412) 436-4255
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Ashley Lynn Hanks, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I believe that good therapy offers a time and place to help adults, children, couples and families navigate unresolved problems, conflicts, and emotional pain through non-judgmental support. The intention of our practice is to always provide a safe environment so that every client may achieve a pronounced sense of peace and fulfillment in their lives and in their relationships. Confidential appointments are now available with me or any of my professional colleagues on weekdays, evenings and weekends for individual therapy with adults, children, teenagers, marital and couples counseling, and family therapy.
(412) 357-4621
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
Theresa M Banas, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I believe in providing high quality, compassionate, and individualized mental health counseling to all clients. Life is dynamic process which involves adapting to changing situations. Whether the event is positive such as a new job, or baby, or negative such as loss of health, or death of a loved one, it can involve anxiety, and stress. I can help you process your feelings and provide encouragement and help for anxiety and depression, as well as provide resources to help you through life transitions. I believe that there is hope and healing available for everyone person despite past or present circumstances.
(412) 330-1643
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15215
Eric Krauss Cohen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW, MA, MBA, MSW, MIS
“I am a licensed social worker specializing in mood disorders (depression, dysthymia & bipolar disorder) as well most psychological issues and relationship counseling, anxiety, life coaching and creative development.
(724) 726-4061
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Jeb Jungwirth, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“Difficulties in life, work, and relationships often evoke symptoms that are too much for us to handle on our own. The work I do as a therapist is grounded in the practice of compassionate listening, understanding, and open-mindedness in helping individuals, couples, and families heal the symptoms and wounds that prevent them from enjoying life and living fully, with clear purpose and meaning. I work diligently to help clients overcome obstacles and symptoms, drawing on my education in clinical psychology, passion for holistic healing traditions, and training in cognitive, humanistic, and psychodynamic theory.
(412) 530-5712
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15233
Jessica M Gage, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Hello! Whether you have already decided to begin your counseling journey or are still trying to decide whether counseling is your next step, you have come to the right place! As a Licensed Professional Counselor contracted with The Christian Counselors Collaborative, my goal is to serve you and your loved ones by offering professional counseling with affordable payment options. I offer counseling to individuals (ages 14+), couples, and families at two convenient locations: Pittsburgh's North Side and Allison Park.
(724) 705-0131
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15212
Cynthia Magistro, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“Therapy can offer you a space to slow down, listen to yourself, receive support, and take steps that improve your relationships and your life. I believe I can help you to notice and change the habits that hold you back from achieving your goals. In addition, I hope to help you make peace with the parts of your life that are beyond your control. I will work with you individually or together with your significant other to explore issues and develop skills to make the changes you're hoping for.
(412) 436-3190
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Michelle Landau, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSA, LCSW
“I help clients learn to listen to and hear themselves; my interest is in helping you to develop the confidence to recognize and honor your own wisdom and thereby make more effective choices in your life. My clinical experiences have afforded me the opportunity to work with a wide range of clients, including but not limited to those with major depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, bi-polar disorder, and grief. If you are interested in gaining insight into your problems and concerns in order to make changes in your life, then our work together will be rewarding for you.
(412) 253-6173
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Lynn Harper, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“Do you feel overwhelmed, anxious, depressed or angry? Are you trying to cope with loss, loneliness, or chronic illness? Are you struggling to change behaviors or do you feel stuck in your thinking? You may already know what you need and want in your therapy or you may doubt that therapy can even help. We will begin wherever you are at. My goal is to effectively address the issue or issues that bring you in for treatment. In our sessions, you will have the opportunity to talk openly in a safe, supportive setting.
(412) 567-4211
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Christopher P Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
“Each of us each and every day is confronted with significant life difficulties. We can become overwhelmed and unable to cope with what appears to be insurmountable problems. My approach to counseling and consultation is that of a life coach assisting and supporting each person in learning new ways to deal with life difficulties and reach ones full potential. Most of us can benefit from a coach from time to time to help us deal with issues such as: relationships, parenting, adolescent struggles, substance misuse, abuse or addiction, anxiety and depression. Tomorrow can be different than today!
(412) 228-0601
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Lisa A. Osachy, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“Are you feeling overwhelmed or stuck? Do well-meaning friends and family give you advice that doesn't feel right? Life has become so fast-paced that it's hard to push the 'pause' button and actually hear your own inner voice - that's the voice that may be telling you that you're in a relationship that isn't good for you or that you're in the wrong major or career. Therapy is like hitting the pause button and giving yourself the gift of time -to reflect and explore what is and isn't working in your life.
(412) 848-1923
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
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