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Therapists in Wynnefield Heights - Philadelphia, PA 19131

“I am fortunate to have worked these past 19 years with a broad cross-section of Philadelphia area residents. My clients usually seek help because of nagging stress, anxiety, and/or depression that often spring from current relationships, the workplace, trauma, or longstanding personal issues. They work with me either individually or as couples to ease these issues as swiftly as possible.
(215) 477-2448
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
“I offer dedication and integrated knowledge while utilizing eclectic and personalized approaches, in using a diverse personal and professional life experience. i have been many years in the field of mental health working in different settings with a wide range populations. i am trained in family therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, relationship therapy among other modalities, witch allows me to provide an integrated approach to mental health and well-being. I treat Mood Disorders - Depression - Anxiety - Couples of mixed cultures - Adjustment to immigration and relocation - Employee Assistance Program (EAP) - SAP/DOT - Addictions/substance abuse - and Divorce mediation in a safe and supportive environment.
(215) 987-5958
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
Inger Colzie, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW
“Are you living the life you really want? Sometimes it's hard to believe you will feel better when you are struggling. It's important to understand the ways which your present emotions and outlooks are guided by your past experiences. I can help how you see your life and empower you to create your own change and move forward to get the full life you want in a successful and effective way. We will discover where you are and where you want to go. I will provide tools; strategies and support that help you accomplish healing and create happiness.
(484) 282-3830
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
Gayle V Logan, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“I know it is necessary to feel comfortable and trust a person, who is listening to your experience. I know it won't happen if from the onset, thoughts about you are viewed, and treated by the therapist like everyone else. My approach to understanding relationship problems, whether it is with a child, parent, friend, partner or marriage is to interpret how the person experience it, because there is a reason for everything, and usually a solution. It may not be recognized, and a cycle of conflict continues, but that is when I will provide an invaluable service to you.
(215) 583-3310
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
Belmont Behavioral Hospital in PA, Treatment Facility  in Philadelphia
“For over 75 years, Belmont Behavioral Hospital has been providing superior mental and behavioral healthcare to young people and adults alike in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area. This hospital offers a full continuum of services so as to meet the varying needs of individuals requiring exemplary mental health treatment. Additionally, Belmont Behavioral Hospital employs a staff of caring, compassionate, and expertly trained professionals who want nothing more than to see patients heal and recover. These same professionals lead counseling sessions and offer ongoing support as patients work towards their treatment goals. Whether a person is suffering from a mental illness, substance abuse problem, or dual diagnosis, this hospital is equipped to identify, address, and effectively treat a myriad of presenting and underlying concerns. In choosing Belmont Behavioral Hospital to receive care, children, adolescents, men, and women can partake in treatment that can set the stage for brighter, healthier tomorrows.
(844) 201-8133
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
Belmont Behavioral Hospital ED Treatment, Treatment Facility  in Philadelphia
“As one of the largest providers of behavioral and mental healthcare, Belmont Behavioral Hospital has been providing exceptional treatment for children, adolescents, adults, and senior adults for over 75 years. Offering a full continuum of services, the highly trained and qualified staff at Belmont is able to meet the unique needs of each individual who is entrusted into their care. The staff is dedicated to providing the highest quality of treatment possible, so that each patient can leave Belmont Behavioral Hospital with a renewed sense of overall wellness and the confidence to embark on a bright future. Whether people are suffering from chemical dependency or psychiatric concerns, such as depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, schizophrenia, or eating disorders, the staff at Belmont will work to ensure that true and lasting recovery is within their reach.
(844) 201-8134
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
Belmont Behavioral Hospital, Treatment Facility  in Philadelphia
“As one of the largest behavioral healthcare providers in the Philadelphia area, Belmont Behavioral Hospital offers fully comprehensive treatment for children, adolescents, adults, and older adults. By supplying world-class care, those who come to this hospital are able to experience the stabilization and alleviation of their most pressing mental health and addiction concerns, while learning the skills needed to live healthy and more productive lives. The staff of caring professionals who facilitate treatment do so with unparalleled dedication to seeing each patient become well and thrive. Various therapeutic interventions, of which include medication management services, a myriad of therapies, and specialty services, allow each man, woman, and child to receive the most appropriate treatment that only Belmont Behavioral Hospital can provide. In choosing this hospital for care, patients will not only achieve their treatment goals, but they will exceed them in such a way that every facet of their lives will be positively affected.
(855) 488-0230
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
John G. Taylor,   in Philadelphia
“Often times in life we face challenges that we just can't seem to understand. We began to think that there isn't any way that we are going to get through this, that we are going be the same again or that we will ever see the bright side to this adversity. I am here to say to you that while you are hurting today, worried today, depressed today and feeling hopeless....... today doesn't have to define the rest of your life.
(215) 432-7383
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
Barbara Eve Breitman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, DMin
“There are times when we know we need a thoughtful, compassionate and skillful listener to help us sort things out. I have helped many people move through life transitions and losses with resilience; resolve relationship problems and discern new directions for work, school and creative expression.
(215) 600-4723
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
Jeremy Frank, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Addiction psychology alchohol and drug counseling is my forte. While I offer counseling for compulsive behaviors like, love, gambling, internet, computer and gaming addictions, my focus is relationships, depression, anxiety and other mental health & psychological treatment & counseling. Therapy is a collaborative process where clients sort out their thoughts and feelings in order to get a better understanding of who they are. I believe relationships define who we are and I try to help people realize what it is they want and need from others in their lives.
(215) 356-8061
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
Elaine Frank,   in Philadelphia
“Parenting Services for Families and After Adoption is a prevention-early intervention psychotherapy and educational practice for families with young children, both by birth and via adoption. Elaine Frank and Denise Rowe assist parents in getting to know their infants and toddler's personalities and ways of relating and communicating. The better one knows one's child, the more effective will be parenting strategies. Parent-child groups are a stimulating, enjoyable way to learn about aspects of the parent-child relationship, improve child and parent behavior, and learn about the 'ghosts' one brings from childhood to parenthood.
(215) 650-3271
Hosts group in:
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
Michael E Remshard, Psychologist  in Philadelphia
“Many of us experience times of uncertainty. The challenges we confront may seem overwhelming, but we don't have to face them alone. There is very little that happens to us in life from which we cannot recover and rebuild. Therapy is one way to do so. Therapy involves a special conversation from which new possibilities emerge. From listening to people over the years I have discovered that all of life, the negative and the positive, can contribute to greater clarity, love and understanding.
(215) 839-3232
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
Catherine Weigley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSS, LCSW
“There are times in life when people can benefit from some extra support and guidance. Through my work, I hope to help people to gain a clearer understanding of themselves and their circumstances. I strive to create a comfortable and safe setting for open sharing. I will work with you to help you to find greater comfort and fulfillment in your situation or life.
(610) 915-8370
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
Helene lovell Dow, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW
“My goal as a therapist is to create a safe place in which clients may explore how patterns of thinking or acting may be creating anxiety, stress or dissatisfaction in their relationship with themselves and others. I believe therapy is a partnership between the therapist and client in a process of rediscovering and strengthening the resources we all possess that enable us to meet and handle life as it comes. My priority is meeting clients where they are and supporting them in their journey toward greater self-awareness and appreciation of their own capacity for healing and change.
(215) 874-6109
Office is near:
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
“I have more than twentyfive years of experience evaluating and developing psychological and educational interventions for school age and preschool children who are have learning and/or behavioral issues. This is the primary focus of the practice.The secondary focus of the practice includes adults who might need consultation, counseling, or accommodations to work more effectively in college, or who need to assess their strengths and needs for vocational, or personal purposes. Adult outpatient therapy and outpatient therapy for seniors is also available. Medical Assistance and Medicare Insurances are accepted.
(267) 274-4167
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
Mary E May, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Philadelphia
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“In my practice it has been key to identify what values and beliefs that guide an individual in their everyday decisions and actions. Then identify their goals for sufficiency for their ideal therapeutic path and journey. Collectively, the relationship is formed to clearly address from a coaching perspective utilizing interventions that are wholistic yet specific to the individual receiving therapeutic services. My clinical and therapeutic style has been effective in impacting children, adolescents, young adults, individual, woman concerns, and couples in their marital journey.
(267) 354-4494
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
Council for Relationships, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Philadelphia
“Dr. Michael K. Keene Sr., is a staff therapist working with individuals, couples and families in Voorhees NJ. Michael's belief is that we are in relationship with each other, either as, friend, business partner, and family, spiritual or marital. Far too often in our hectic day-to-day living, we neglect these very important relationships, which require continuous cultivation, and nurturing. committed to working with adolescents, couples, families and clergy. In addition clergy carry an additional burden of caring for their congregation and often feel alone when they undergo a personal family crisis and require spiritual healing.
(609) 843-2054
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
Jill Maier, Counselor  in Philadelphia
“Everyone faces some bumps on the road of life. Often times it is helpful to have someone besides friends or family to help fix the pot holes or navigate a new road. One of my strengths is creating a safe space through a non-judgmental attitude, being open minded, using humor, and basically keeping it real. By blending a focus on present day problems and any childhood issues we will work towards the goals you want to accomplish. Together we will focus on you making healthier choices, improving mood and self-esteem, and creating a better life balance.
(215) 600-4801
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
Gina Rothermel  in Philadelphia
“I find a lot of joy in helping children, adults, couples, and families discover and reach their individual goals. I have over 10 years of experience working with non-traditional families formed through foster care, adoption, or blended families, and understand the unique challenges these families face.
(215) 392-6879 x7116
Office is near:
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
Bridgette Nicole Montgomery, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Philadelphia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW, MSNPM
“Whatever your reason is for seeking counseling services, I am here and I am committed to helping you resolve your interpersonal issues. I often share that no one is exempt from experiencing life's problems. At some point in life, we all will face some challenges. What I have learned is that not everyone have proper coping skills to deal with those problems. In speaking with a therapist, you are on the right track into identifying ways to deal with those problems. Change is hard. But with persistence, commitment and hard work any positive change is possible.
(267) 436-0127
Office is near:
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131

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