Emotional Abuse Therapy therapists in Oreland, Pennsylvania PA

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Havertown, Pennsylvania therapist: Dr. Charles Zeiders, psychologist
Emotional Abuse Therapy

Dr. Charles Zeiders

Psychologist, PsyD, Diplomate in CBT,NBCC Certified,Licensed Psychologist
Often described as the "Best Kept Secret of the Main Line." Dr. Zeiders is quietly popular for his insightful, effective psychotherapy, executive coaching and "fix it" abilities as a Psychologist. He treats anxiety, stress, shyness, depression, marital issues and addictions.  
In-Person Near Oreland, PA
Media, Pennsylvania therapist: Phoenix Center for Experiential Trauma Therapy, treatment center
Emotional Abuse Therapy

Phoenix Center for Experiential Trauma Therapy

Treatment Center, DSW, LCSW, BCD, CGP, FAAETS, TEP
Our center is composed of multiple trauma specialists, all of whom have experience working with emotional abuse. Emotional abuse comes in many forms and can be difficult to address as it is easy to minimize or internalize. Our approaches to trauma therapy can help you heal from past emotional abuse.  
8 Years Experience
In-Person Near Oreland, PA
Online in Pennsylvania
Phoenixville, Pennsylvania therapist: Dr. Susan E. Schumacher, licensed professional counselor
Emotional Abuse Therapy

Dr. Susan E. Schumacher

Licensed Professional Counselor, DA, LPC, LCPC, CCTP, EMDR Clinician
Recognizing and recovering from emotional abuse involves a gentle, kind approach where curiosity and awareness increase over time. The Power & Control Wheel and Equality Wheel can be helpful to identify behaviors that have crossed healthy boundaries and intimidated or limited you. We will work at your pace to build on your strengths and abilities and support you as you work through challenges.  
14 Years Experience
In-Person Near Oreland, PA
Online in Pennsylvania
Cincinnati, Ohio therapist: Ben Dickstein, psychologist
Emotional Abuse Therapy

Ben Dickstein

Psychologist, PhD
Many of the trauma-survivors I work with tell me that the most damaging aspect of their traumas were the many negative messages that they received about themselves from abusers. Emotional abuse often leaves deeply rooted self-doubt and self-loathing in its wake. I use some of the best evidence-based trauma practices available to help survivors of emotional abuse identify and challenge these negative messages, in turn increasing self-confidence and optimism.  
10 Years Experience
Online in Pennsylvania
Flagstaff, Arizona therapist: Psychotherapy.Com, psychologist
Emotional Abuse Therapy


Psychologist, Ph.D.
Treatment for Emotional Abuse  
27 Years Experience
Online in Pennsylvania