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Therapists in Carlisle

Michael Spencer, Counselor  in Carlisle
“I approach the practice of therapy as a sacred process of healing and self-discovery. I believe in working with the whole person - body, mind, emotions, and energy - to achieve a deep and lasting sense of resolution and to guide each person toward the fullest, most authentic expression of her or his own infinite nature. I use a gentle and collaborative therapeutic style, blending traditional talk therapy with experience-based methods including guided visualization, breathing techniques, sand-tray, meditation, humor, and dream work to tap into individuals' innate capacity for healing and growth.
(717) 494-4310
Carlisle, Pennsylvania 17013
Bernadette Cachara, Psychologist  in Carlisle
“In my clinical work, I emphasize a warm and collaborative environment that will give you the support to make positive changes in your life. I hold a specific interest in working with individuals that have experienced trauma in their lives. This trauma-focused work encompasses all ages, including preschool children. The practice also includes a female colleague that specializes in working with children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders.
(717) 978-0129
Carlisle, Pennsylvania 17013
David R Mohr, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Carlisle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“My goal as a counselor is to create a supportive environment in which the clients can explore their emotional needs and overcome barriers that limit their full potential. I take an open-minded approach to client wellness and consider the client's work life, family traditions, cultural and spiritual beliefs, and sexual identity. I offer counseling sessions for individuals, couples, and families in the following areas; Depression and Sadness, Codependency, Anger Management, Anxiety and Stress Communication issues, Arguments, Trust issues, Loneliness, Emotional intimacy, and Self-esteem issues
(717) 563-0970
Carlisle, Pennsylvania 17013
Robert Weaver, Counselor  in Carlisle
“Your life is valuable; your time is important; your finances are budgeted. I understand. I will listen and evaluate; diagnose quickly; and schedule an immediate appointment to begin the process of discovering the life you were meant to have. I am your one-stop, therapy-shop. Call me for a free phone consult to further determine if I can help you "weave" the frayed edges of your life together.
(717) 778-4231
Carlisle, Pennsylvania 17013
Innovative Counseling and Wellness, Psychologist  in Carlisle
“I am a licensed psychologist with almost 20 years of experience working with children, adolescents, and adult patients, performing psychological assessments, evaluations and psychotherapy. Over the years, I have worked extensively in homes, schools, and community settings with people struggling with social, emotional, behavioral, and cognitive difficulties. In addition, I have spent many years working with school districts and community agencies providing consultation and collaboration on behavioral and mental health need areas. I also have experience as a college counselor, as well as military experience as both a military member and psychologist. I am set-up to provide telehealth services.
(717) 759-4909
Carlisle, Pennsylvania 17013
Lori R Gallagher, Counselor  in Carlisle
“My clients range in age from 3 years to over 60. I believe they appreciate the varied background and experiences I provide making it easy for them to share, relate, and feel understood. I have a special interest in working with children who are having behavior issues in school; dealing with attention deficit disorders or autism; or coping with divorce, grief and loss, and adoption. Whether you are dealing with some form of trauma or struggling with the daily stressors of life, the sessions are designed to meet your individual needs in an environment that is supportive and nonjudgmental.
(717) 473-4612
Carlisle, Pennsylvania 17013
Karen Capone, Counselor  in Carlisle
“I am a licensed professional counselor in the state of Pennsylvania. My work is primarily with adults who are experiencing normal life stressors such as work problems, relational issues, trauma and grief and loss. I really enjoy working with people to gain personal insight and weigh out options for difficult decisions. Additionally, I have experience with most mental health diagnosis and continue to work with most anxiety and mood disorders.
(717) 993-4012
Carlisle, Pennsylvania 17013
Valerie Domenici, Psychologist  in Carlisle
“Do you have symptoms that "make no sense," or "come out of the blue?" Are you having trouble understanding why you feel the way you do? I specialize in helping people make sense of experiences that are painful, confusing, or "illogical." I start with the assumption that all feelings are messages to you, from you, about you. Together, we will work to understand these messages, using them to guide the process of change.
(717) 713-0059
Carlisle, Pennsylvania 17013
Heidi B Roeder, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Carlisle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, LPC
“My passion is working with individuals, couples and families to help them improve and strengthen their relationships. My approach is to assess family of origin, individual needs and behaviors, relational issues and cultural and social issues. I also incorporate emotions focused work, attachment theory, communication skills building and mindfulness practices to empower my clients to better understand themselves and their relationships for enhanced intimacy and satisfaction.
(215) 382-6680 x4432
Carlisle, Pennsylvania 17015
Rosanne G Murray, Counselor  in Carlisle
“When you struggle with strong emotions like stress, anger, depression, grief or even overwhelm, our counseling relationship can provide a safe space for emotional healing. Through the counseling process you will learn to pay attention to what's bothering you differently so that you can mange even intense feelings effectively, with less drama. You will learn to make good decisions and trust yourself. You will improve your self esteem and self awareness. And you can use all these new skills to feel better quickly.
(717) 306-9211
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Carlisle, Pennsylvania 17013
Paul Anthony Clements, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Carlisle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Do thoughts about the past or worries about the future prevent you from enjoying your life now? Are you longing for more meaningful relationships and deeper connection with others? Do you wish to change certain behaviors that are having a negative impact on your life? If so, you are one step closer to developing a greater sense of well-being and contentment in your life. For over 10 years, I have helped numerous individuals overcome past hurts, live joyfully in the present and feel optimistic about their future.
(717) 945-0274
Office is near:
Carlisle, Pennsylvania 17013
Ericka S Pinckney, Counselor  in Carlisle
“I am passionate about serving diverse populations and I practice from an eclectic/integrative theoretical orientation in an effort to not take a one-size-fits all approach to counseling. I also align with the six major schools of thought related to the counseling profession which includes the (Psychodynamic, Behavioral, Humanistic, Pragmatic, Constructivist, and Family).
(717) 689-4107
Office is near:
Carlisle, Pennsylvania 17013
Michael Linn, Counselor  in Carlisle
“I love working with a person who is motivated to find solutions to their problems and believes that the process of change is possible. I have worked with many teenagers, adolescents, adults, in addition to working with couples. I have had success in helping to treat sexual addiction, impulse control problems, behavioral issues, anger management, depression, trauma based problems, and anxiety. I also have worked with spiritual issues and can provide Christian based treatment if requested.
(717) 473-4523
Office is near:
Carlisle, Pennsylvania 17013
Diana Brown, Psychologist  in Carlisle
“Life is stressful enough and that can be made worse when you don't have the right person to talk with. It is often hard to gain clarity and find the right direction for yourself when stress, anxiety, depression, hurtful life factors and indecisiveness cloud your view. The good news is that I get that! I have a strong empathetic therapeutic style and I strive to create a warm, relaxing environment that is still conducive to the urgency you may need. I am highly trained in Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Family Systems, Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT), and Positive Psychology.
(717) 296-1091
Office is near:
Carlisle, Pennsylvania 17015
Mary Davis Harfst, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Carlisle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
“When life seems to be getting the best of you, stop and take the time to get a fresh perspective. Whether personal struggles, relational struggles, family issues,or something more chronic, help is only a phone call away. Recognizing the need and reaching out is the hardest part. You're half way there.
(717) 983-4655
Office is near:
Carlisle, Pennsylvania 17013
Raymond S Klein, Psychologist  in Carlisle
“A Cognitive Behavioral Therapist with a Psychoanalytic orientation, serving clients in South Central Pennsylvania for over 20 years. I use psychological tests and brief therapy. Patients, mainly adult, present a wide array of psychological disorders. I have extensive experience with adults and older clients. I am affiliated with a psychiatrist for med reviews. Family and work related issues and concerns are also addressed. Used by attorneys in legal assessments and Judges during pre-trial and pre-sentencing evaluations. Excellent diagnostic skills with creative treatment approaches. Usually, only a few sessions are needed.
(717) 516-5025
Office is near:
Carlisle, Pennsylvania 17013
Nicolee Hiltz, PhD, Psychologist  in Carlisle
“I've been practicing as a psychologist since 1990 and have come to believe that the most important thing I bring to a therapeutic setting is my belief that people can change. Most people seek therapy when they feel like nothing else has worked. What I have to offer is a willingness to join the effort to change and the creativity to offer new avenues to that change. I believe that real change occurs when we feel genuinely accepted. It's when we feel the safety that comes with acceptance that we can make the deep changes we seek.
(717) 827-4830
Office is near:
Carlisle, Pennsylvania 17013
Lois Beer Dunnavent, Counselor  in Carlisle
“Looking for meaning in your life? Like a present-day Yoda, Lois couples awareness of one's personal issues with the growth of one's spirit. A down to earth problem solver, she is keenly tuned into matters of the spirit. Many years of personal spiritual practice have fueled her own spiritual growth. From that foundation, she brings practical wisdom to her clients.
(717) 769-4465
Office is near:
Carlisle, Pennsylvania 17013
Jake D Thiessen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Carlisle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD
“My approach to psychotherapy is integrative and systemic. I believe people are multifaceted-including physical, spiritual, emotional, cognitive and relational dimensions. Effective therapy is respectful of each of these dimensions. Meaningful change occurs only as these aspects of our selves are understood, accepted and engaged empathically. My primary interest is in couple's therapy. Change occurs relationally. It depends on our feeling accepted as we are. We want to feel that however messed up we are, we still deserve love and respect. We want to experience this feeling from our partner despite not feeling it to be true within ourselves.
(717) 417-4116
Office is near:
Carlisle, Pennsylvania 17013
Nancy M DeMuth, Psychologist  in Carlisle
“In a comfortable and welcoming office, my practice (solo & very confidential) offers unique opportunities for self-growth and movement toward positive changes. We work in partnership and close collaboration to best meet your individualized needs and treatment goals. I have extensive background as a cognitive-behavioral therapist and as a trainer in mindfulness (mindfulness-based stress reduction) to help clients change bad habits, tame unhealthy thinking and navigate life's challenges with greater ease/less discomfort. Other professional interests are positive psychology methods (to look at life's possibilities, not constraints) and to enhance mind-body-spirit resiliency.
(717) 862-4021
Office is near:
Carlisle, Pennsylvania 17015

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