Domestic Abuse therapists in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania PA

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania therapist: Sarah Kincaid, licensed clinical social worker
Domestic Abuse or Violence

Sarah Kincaid

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LMSW
Together, we will explore your strengths, resilience, and inner resources, helping you reclaim your sense of self-worth and agency. You are not defined by what you have endured, and you deserve to live a life free from fear, pain, and control.  
14 Years Experience
Online in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania therapist: Richard P. Kluft, psychiatrist
Domestic Abuse or Violence

Richard P. Kluft

Psychiatrist, MD, PhD
I approach those who have endured such situations with a comprehensive effort to understand not only the current situaltion, but how it came to be, and how to move toward a very different future.  
36 Years Experience
In-Person Near Philadelphia, PA
Havertown, Pennsylvania therapist: Dr. Charles Zeiders, psychologist
Domestic Abuse or Violence

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 Philadelphia, PA
Media, Pennsylvania therapist: Phoenix Center for Experiential Trauma Therapy, treatment center
Domestic Abuse or Violence

Phoenix Center for Experiential Trauma Therapy

Treatment Center, DSW, LCSW, BCD, CGP, FAAETS, TEP
Our team of trauma therapists also have significant experience working with survivors of domestic abuse, intimate partner violence, and relational trauma.  
9 Years Experience
In-Person Near Philadelphia, PA
Online in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Saint Paul, Minnesota therapist: Joe Groninga, psychologist
Domestic Abuse or Violence

Joe Groninga

Psychologist, PsyD, LP
Domestic abuse often creates very painful symptoms and is something for which I use a therapy called Prolonged Exposure (PE). In this therapy, we will revisit traumatic situations, process painful emotions, and change unhelpful beliefs about yourself and the world around you as a result of your trauma. People are often amazed at how quickly this treatment can work and by the very meaningful change that can result. For these reasons, this is one of my favorite treatments to provide.  
19 Years Experience
Online in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania