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Therapists in Springfield

Elizabeth Roberts, Counselor  in Springfield
“Beth Roberts, M.A., LPC, Director Beth Roberts-Pacchione is the Director of The Social Enrichment Center. Beth received her Master of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology at Eastern University and has her license as a Professional Counselor in Pennsylvania. Beth has also been trained in Floortime, Interactive Metronome and has worked in ABA programs. For 10 years at the Pennsylvania location of The Wanna Play Program, Beth facilitated social skill groups and individual sessions for children ages 3 through 21 years. She conducts individual and small group sessions, and contracts with local school districts and community organizations as a consultant and direct service provider.
(610) 365-4371
Springfield, Pennsylvania 19064
Michele Reich, Psychologist  in Springfield
“Life can present us with challenges at any age. Each of these times can be an opportunity to grow and make changes. Therapy can provide a safe place for self exploration, understanding, and acceptance. At times, therapy can be anxiety provoking when we think about being vulnerable to someone we do not know. Allowing youself to be open to this process can lead to long-term benefits of coping, resiliency, and healing. I will join with you in the therapy journey in a safe and comfortable environment.
(610) 285-1274
Springfield, Pennsylvania 19064
Michael P. D'Angelo, Counselor  in Springfield
“I believe that with courage and dedication to the therapeutic process clients can transform their pain into healing so that they can live a more authentic life.
(484) 436-4035
Springfield, Pennsylvania 19064
D. Keith Coleman, Counselor  in Springfield
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, DMin, AAPC, Fellow, LMHC
“I am a Pastoral Psychotherapist and Certified Fellow in the American Association of Pastoral Counseling! I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (in MA). I feel this background allows a combination of treating mind, body, and Spirit. My three areas of primary training are in Pastoral Counseling, Jungian Psychology, and Mind/Body Medicine. These approaches to treatment tend to be very helpful with any stress related issues, including; relationship problems, emotional disorders, chronic and acute medical problems, children and adolescents, insomnia, weight loss, grief, and many other crises. I use an approach I call Quadrant (or Core Value) Therapy with couples and families.
(774) 567-2027
Springfield, Pennsylvania 19064
Rebecca Truax, Psychologist  in Springfield
“My approach is very eclectic, and based on building a rapport with my clients. I have a very psycho dynamic view of personality , and find it important to address the presenting symptoms and also the developmental issues that may contribute to a pattern of continuing distress, for more lasting changes. I am trained in EMDR and find the mind is very neuroplastic. Therefore many new behaviors and beliefs can be developed. I hope always to be nurturing and nonjudgmental. And I prefer a client who takes an active role in our discussions and making changes.
(484) 262-0379
Springfield, Pennsylvania 19064
Center for Pastoral Counseling, Pastoral Counselor  in Springfield
“It takes courage to look up Psychology Today's "Therapist Finder" and make that first call. For many, finding this courage can be the first step towards a journey of personal growth and healing, best taken with someone you trust rather than alone. People come for counseling with a variety of concerns: anxiety, depression, conflicted relationships, parenting challenges, or simply feeling stuck, lonely or scared. Life is not turning out the way you had hoped. There may be spiritual issues as well: Where am I going in life and who is there to walk with me on this leg of my journey?
(215) 804-4224
Springfield, Pennsylvania 19064
Megan M. Moore, Psychologist  in Springfield
“I believe that the key to change in psychotherapy is creating a safe environment in which you can explore the issues that brought you into therapy, and developing new ways of coping with them. This is facilitated by my focus on building a strong and mutually trusting therapeutic relationship. I utilize an insight-oriented approach when underlying factors are contributing to emotional pain, but I also use cognitive behavioral strategies, mindfulness/relaxation, and problem solving to help people find the right solutions for them.
(610) 813-2196
Springfield, Pennsylvania 19064
Donna J. Harris, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Springfield
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, MA, LCSW
“I am a dedicated, caring therapist with over 20 years of clinical and supervisory experience. My approach to treatment is client centered, incorporating emotionally focused therapy (EFT) interpersonal and psychodynamic, training. This enables me to work with a broad range of couples & individuals to help them identify and achieve their personal goals. I view therapy as a developmental process of change involving both the client and therapist. My job is not to tell you what to do but rather to help you recognize and negotiate the obstacles preventing you from achieving personal satisfaction, personal connections and professional growth.
(484) 895-1180
Springfield, Pennsylvania 19064
“I work with children, adolescents, and families to navigate the challenges of social disorders. Utilizing various therapeutic methods, I can develop strategies to support growth and success in the home and school settings. Our facility offers individual, dyad, and group therapy sessions: for social skill development, anxiety related disorders, executive functioning skill building, and more.
(610) 572-3477
Springfield, Pennsylvania 19064
Cardinal Counseling-Donna Liu LPC NCC, Pastoral Counselor  in Springfield
“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.
(484) 498-4588
Springfield, Pennsylvania 19064
Steve Parker, Psychologist  in Springfield
“A full-range of high quality mental health services are provided so you can achieve true emotional and spiritual freedom. Rest assured you will be treated with the utmost respect in a warm, trusting and empathic environment. The newest evidence-based treatment interventions will be considered first. For example, if you suffer from depression or anxiety, cognitive behavioral strategies will typically be employed as they've been proven the most effective. Actively working together we will focus on solutions tailored to your unique concerns. Every effort will be made to help you achieve your personal goals in a timely manner.
(302) 364-0945
Springfield, Pennsylvania 19064
Tracey Beth Katz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Springfield
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CPHM
“I am a practicing social worker of 14 years with my LCSW and experience in behavioral health, substance abuse, neuroscience, telemetry, end of life, crisis and trauma. I have worked in several settings to include residential, inpatient medical and behavioral and out patient. I believe therapy is about a joining of client and therapist that requires trust and a non judgmental therapeutic alliance. My objective is to help you find your own voice, reach your your potential and succeed by using treatment methods that are best suited to your reasons for seeking treatment
(267) 592-6532
Springfield, Pennsylvania 19064
Springfield Psychological, Psychologist  in Springfield
“We are a friendly and professional mental health practice that has been providing outstanding and affordable therapy for adults, couples, families, teens, and children since 1985. Our compassionate and caring team of licensed clinicians offer diverse expertise and are dedicated to helping people manage life's challenges as well as realize their full potential. With four locations in Havertown, King of Prussia, Springfield, and West Chester as well as flexible scheduling options, we are able to offer appointments during the daytime, evening and weekends for your convenience. In addition, we accept most insurance plans. Please visit our website for directions to all four locations.
(610) 572-3474
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Springfield, Pennsylvania 19064
Sara Harowitz, Psychologist  in Springfield
“My clients often comment on how comfortable they feel once they enter my office. With over twenty one years of experience, I am committed to working with you to help you resolve difficulties within yourself and your relationships. I offer a place where you will feel safe to reveal your deepest feelings and concerns. We will explore and resolve your pain and discomfort in a trusting environment allowing you to heal and attain positive and lasting change. I can help you change unhealthy patterns and overcome barriers that are leaving you feeling unhappy, dissatisfied or lacking in self worth.
(610) 915-8397
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Springfield, Pennsylvania 19064
Emily Kahn-Freedman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Springfield
“Are you struggling to stay in a frustrating relationship? Do you feel lonely even though you have a partner? I have experience working with a wide range of problems including communication, sexuality, betrayal, grief, anger, anxiety, and disability. I love to help couples and families rediscover their joy in being together. I can help people better understand and express their emotions, and learn to better control their reactions in stressful relationships. The therapy relationship can help individuals and couples to heal old wounds.
(484) 494-2073
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Springfield, Pennsylvania 19064
“I am a licensed psychologist with a great deal of experience. In our work, I encourage active participation in the treatment process while utilizing a variety of treatment, modalities, including cognitive, behavioral, verbal supportive, educative, client-centered, anger and stress management and congnitive imagery techniques. Clients are actively involved and working between visits incorporating newly learned strategies and behaviors. While working together, you will develop skills for life.
(484) 734-0411
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Springfield, Pennsylvania 19064
Shari Y Baron, Psychiatric Nurse  in Springfield
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, MSN, CNS, GCP, FAGPA
“I work with individuals, couples and in groups to help you move in new directions and explore new ways of interacting with others. Being in therapy is sometimes challenging. I will strive to help you verbalize your thoughts and feelings about what happens in your life, as well as what happens between you and me in our evolving relationship. The challenge will be to learn from whatever happens in this experience and to move toward the goals we have worked together to define for you. We will work in partnership to design the plan that will achieve your best results.
(610) 880-2326
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Springfield, Pennsylvania 19064
Season Apple, Counselor  in Springfield
“I have a special interest in the family system and how that affects each individual. This includes psychotherapeutic treatment of couples, parents and their children. My goal going into each session with my clients is to help them feel, think and act more positively and have an overall improved quality of life than when they originally came to see me. The therapeutic relationship is one of the most important things when engaging in the counseling process which means my primary focus is to aid my clients in handling stress and daily challenges. It can be difficult but with my support it is absolutely attainable.
(484) 838-6691
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Springfield, Pennsylvania 19064
Nancy S Shapiro, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Springfield
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSS, LCSW
“I am a seasoned therapist who delights in working with clients who are living with a variety of issues and challenges. My life experience ( I am 62) plus my varied professional skills put me in a unique position to understand from a broad perspective what needs to be healed and how we can get down to the business of helping you get well. My goal is to help you heal your past so that you can be free to live in the present-- where happiness is waiting.
(610) 228-0799
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Springfield, Pennsylvania 19064
Valerie Glauser, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Springfield
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Are you feeling desperate or stuck? Lonely even though you are in a relationship? Frustrated that your needs are not being met? Angry that a loved one has betrayed your trust? I work with individuals, couples and families coping with relationship stressors, depression, anxiety, mood swings, grief and trauma. I also work with those in recovery from addictions, including substances and gambling. This also includes work with their families, even if the addict has chosen not to seek help. Couple therapy is an important focus of my work, including rebuilding trust after a betrayal, and sex therapy.
(484) 401-9335
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Springfield, Pennsylvania 19064

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