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for Therapists in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Therapists, Counselors & Psychologists

As the second largest city on the East Coast, searching for the right therapist in Philadelphia may seem daunting. TherapyTribe is a great resource for finding excellent therapists with both the credentials and expertise for caring and professional treatment. Browse therapist profiles and blogs, then use the quick list feature for easy searching. The great size of this city makes it home to many leading pioneers in the mental health industry.

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Ms. Jody Miller, B.A., M.F.T.,P.C., Marriage and Family Therapist

Welcome to my practice, Jody Miller MFT. Reaching out for help is the first and
hardest step; my point of view is that within every problem is an amazing opportunity for personal growth, so please know you have reached out to grow. I have treated individuals, couples and families for 18 years.

1.76 miles from
19108

326 Hermit Street Phila., Pa. 19128 Manayunk/Roxborough Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19128

t: 215-508-2722

w: Jody Miller M.F.T.

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Dr. Alyson Nerenberg, Psy.D., CSAT, Psychologist

I am a clinical psychologist who is compassionate and dynamic with over 17 years in practice. I integrate philosophies from the medical, psychological and self-help communities in order to treat the whole person. Also, I am a positive person who focuses on my clients strengths to help them heal.

2.05 miles from
19108

8627 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118

t: 610.331-7303

w: healingrelationshipspa.com

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Jessica D. Getson, LPC, Licensed Professional Counselor

People encounter challenges in life. Managing these situations can seem overwhelming. If you are struggling you have taken a great first step in seeking out help and support.

I help to provide POSITIVE THERAPY FOR PERSONAL HEALING.

You have a choice. The day is yours . . . make it a good one.

3.18 miles from
19108

555 Andorra Glen Court Suite 2 Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania 19444

t: 610-828-2801

f: 610-828-2829

w: www.jessicagetson.com

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Richard P. Kluft, MD, PhD, Psychiatrist

My patients and I work together to develop unique approaches to their therapeutic needs that blend their individualities, objectives, and preferences with the options available among today's state of the art treatments. I try to contain potential crises to promote stability during difficult work.

3.46 miles from
19108

111 Presidential Boulevard Suite 238 Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania 19004

t: 610-667-3250

f: 610-667-3374

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Eileen Kates Dancis, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with experience and expertise in counseling individuals of various ages and backgrounds. My office in Narberth, PA on the Main Line is comfortable, private and accessible.

When working with people, I sometimes address specific problems with targeted solution

3.99 miles from
19108

822 Montgomery Ave #314 Narberth, Pennsylvania 19072

t: 267-467-4836

f: 610-658-9549

w: danciscounseling.com

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Mitchell Romirowsky, Marriage Council, UPenn/Marriage, Family & Sex Therapy, Therapist

Has the loss of a loved one been so devastating that you feel that you will never be happy again? Are you and your family struggling to resume normal life? I help individuals, couples, and families to cope with all types of loss in a healthy way. You control the pace so therapy never moves too fast

4.57 miles from
19108

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19066

t: (610) 368-8858

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Dr Philip H Friedman, Ph.D, Therapist

I am easy to talk to and confide in, sensitive to clients needs and work in a collaborative way to re-empower clients. I help clients feel comfortable, relax, sort out their feelings, clarify their goals, develop healthy, positive attitudes and solve their problems with my support, guidance & skill.

5.2 miles from
19108

Red Rowen Lane Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania 19462

t: 610-828-4674

w: www.philipfriedman.com

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Dr. Jeremy Frank, Ph.D., C.A.C., Psychologist

Counseling and therapy is a collaborative process where clients/patients sort out thoughts and feelings in order to gain a better understanding of who they are so they can make more informed decisions about what they want and need in their lives.

www.jeremyfrankphd.com

5.44 miles from
19108

3900 City Avenue Presidential Appartments D-108 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131

t: (215) 356-8061

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Dr. Seth J. Gillihan, PhD, Therapist

Your mind has an incredible ability to heal itself, given the right conditions. Evidence-based cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) provides those conditions, helping people to get their lives back. I provide CBT for OCD, trauma, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and related conditions.

5.59 miles from
19108

355 Lancaster Avenue Building E2 Haverford, Pennsylvania 19041

t: (610) 649-3265

f: (610) 537-5059

w: sethgillihan.com

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Hornstein, Platt and Associates Counseling and Wellness Centers of Philadelphia

Our practice is holistic and insurance friendly, in a warm, professional setting. We dedicate ourselves to prompt attention (we'll return your calls the same day), ease of insurance use (you are responsible only for your copay) and sensitive, individualized treatment. Find out more on our website!

5.68 miles from
19108

1526 Cecil B. Moore Avenue Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19121

t: 215-763-1044

w: www.hptherapy.com

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With a population of more than 1.5 million, Philadelphia has a diverse mix of ages, economic backgrounds, ethnicities, and cultures. This also means there are very diverse mental issues being dealt with all across the city. Some of the most common problems are substance abuse, depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Heroin is a particular problem; according to statistics released by the White House in the Pennsylvania Drug Control Update, this drug is responsible for more substance abuse treatment admissions than any other. 

Major depressive disorder includes six or more symptoms of depression that significantly interfere with an individual's ability to experience pleasure, enjoy life, and carry on with day-to-day activities, such as work and school. Unfortunately, once a person has experienced an episode of major depression, it is likely to reoccur. The good news is that the city has a variety of top-notch mental health centers and private therapists for treatment.

Addiction is a chronic and complex mental health disorder. It's actually a brain disease that eventually affects memory, learning, and motivation. The brain circuits are disrupted, and it's difficult for both drug and alcohol addicts to stop the behavior. In Philadelphia, addicts can find excellent treatment at rehab centers for detox, support, and therapy. The city's rehab centers offer detox under medical supervision, a supportive environment, and activities for healthy living.

Anxiety disorders often impede one's ability to successfully function at work, school, or in social settings. Although, some amount of anxiety is natural, when fears and worries keep one from engaging in everyday activities, it's wise to seek help from an anxiety therapist for a complete evaluation and treatment. Treatment modalities vary, and an experienced therapist can help you select the best treatment plan for your individual needs. Common methods of treatment include anti-anxiety medications, psychotherapy, and biofeedback. At TherapyTribe, you'll find a wide array of therapist types offering different treatment modalities. This way, you can select a therapist who meets your personal needs.

When choosing a therapist, there are several things to consider. Location is important, as you'll want a therapist that is conveniently located close to where you live. You'll also want to consider the therapist's area of expertise. Some focus on depressive disorders, while others may focus on family issues or addiction. If you feel that you'd be more at ease speaking to a specific gender, choose whichever makes you more comfortable. You may even be more comfortable speaking to a therapist who can relate to your own culture or background. Finding a therapist who meets your unique needs is the key to success.

Most of these professional accept health insurance for treatment. Just be sure to inquire whether or not the therapist or center accepts your specific plan.

Mental illness is nothing to be ashamed of. Many famous people have suffered from mental illness, like Einstein and Mozart. The mental health community in Philadelphia is not only full of expert therapists, but also understanding and caring ones.