Psychologist, PsyD
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"Much of my success in working with children has come from my ability to effectively establish a strong therapeutic relationship. I give them a safe place in which they can effectively express their feelings. Boundaries are extremely important in this process. My patients know that what they say in my office stays in my office. I work collaterally with the family to help address the child's needs, without violating their trust or the boundaries we have established."
(610) 915-8201
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"Much of my success in working with children has come from my ability to effectively establish a strong therapeutic relationship. I give them a safe place in which they can effectively express their feelings. Boundaries are extremely important in this process. My patients know that what they say in my office stays in my office. I work collaterally with the family to help address the child's needs, without violating their trust or the boundaries we have established."
Johanna Kulp, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"I am a psychotherapist who believes in the possibilities therapy offers to help manage life's daily stressors and create personal change and growth. My approach is to meet the needs of my client by jointly developing a clear plan towards a healthier individual. I believe that therapy provides a unique experience where one can feel cared for and supported. I utilize a psychodynamic technique incorporating thought challenges, coping skill use, and self-care importance. In this environment, my clients can work through feelings to create positive changes in their lives."
(610) 810-1492
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"I am a psychotherapist who believes in the possibilities therapy offers to help manage life's daily stressors and create personal change and growth. My approach is to meet the needs of my client by jointly developing a clear plan towards a healthier individual. I believe that therapy provides a unique experience where one can feel cared for and supported. I utilize a psychodynamic technique incorporating thought challenges, coping skill use, and self-care importance. In this environment, my clients can work through feelings to create positive changes in their lives."
Sherry Tucker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"I have been an experienced psychotherapist in private practice with more than 25 years of experience working with individuals, couples, families, and groups. I feel passionate about helping people who feel stuck and unable to achieve their potential in their love and work lives. I help people find the courage to move from being blocked and in pain to living full, engaged lives. Helping people develop themselves, their relationships, and their lives to the fullest is the heart of my work."
(610) 850-0221
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"I have been an experienced psychotherapist in private practice with more than 25 years of experience working with individuals, couples, families, and groups. I feel passionate about helping people who feel stuck and unable to achieve their potential in their love and work lives. I help people find the courage to move from being blocked and in pain to living full, engaged lives. Helping people develop themselves, their relationships, and their lives to the fullest is the heart of my work."
Aimee Wood, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Everyone has strengths that they can utilize and build off of in order to create the change they want. They may need me to help look inward and find them, but I believe strengths are there for everyone. I have been working in this field for over 10 years, and specifically working with individuals and couples in a private practice setting since 2010. During the therapeutic process, you will learn how your past impacts your current interactions, choices, and behaviors. You will learn to understand and identify what is keeping you from your ideal change and how to overcome unhealthy behaviors."
(610) 557-3885
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"Everyone has strengths that they can utilize and build off of in order to create the change they want. They may need me to help look inward and find them, but I believe strengths are there for everyone. I have been working in this field for over 10 years, and specifically working with individuals and couples in a private practice setting since 2010. During the therapeutic process, you will learn how your past impacts your current interactions, choices, and behaviors. You will learn to understand and identify what is keeping you from your ideal change and how to overcome unhealthy behaviors."
Jason R McLaughlin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, MSS, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"The secret to a satisfying life is found in the experience of loving relationships and gratifying work. Sometimes, life's challenges interfere with our relationships and careers, and prevent us from experiencing the joy that life can offer. The challenges that led you to this page - depression, anxiety, addictions, grief and loss, career dissatisfaction - may be affecting your work or relationships. It may feel like you don't know where to start, but you have made an important first step in beginning to address these challenges so that you may find happiness and satisfaction."
(484) 577-2929
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"The secret to a satisfying life is found in the experience of loving relationships and gratifying work. Sometimes, life's challenges interfere with our relationships and careers, and prevent us from experiencing the joy that life can offer. The challenges that led you to this page - depression, anxiety, addictions, grief and loss, career dissatisfaction - may be affecting your work or relationships. It may feel like you don't know where to start, but you have made an important first step in beginning to address these challenges so that you may find happiness and satisfaction."
Peter Goldenthal, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD, ABPP
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Since completing my post doctoral fellowship training at the Judge Baker Guidance Center and Children's Hospital of Boston in 1983, I have provided therapy for children of all ages, for adults, and for families. For children, these regularly treated problems include fears of all kinds, toiling issues, compliance with parental requests and instructions, autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, and selective mutism. I regularly help teens and adults with anxiety, depressed mood, and relationship issues. I use couples and family visits to help with behavioral problems of preschool and elementary school age children, disagreements about parenting, and couples issues."
(484) 494-2081
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"Since completing my post doctoral fellowship training at the Judge Baker Guidance Center and Children's Hospital of Boston in 1983, I have provided therapy for children of all ages, for adults, and for families. For children, these regularly treated problems include fears of all kinds, toiling issues, compliance with parental requests and instructions, autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, and selective mutism. I regularly help teens and adults with anxiety, depressed mood, and relationship issues. I use couples and family visits to help with behavioral problems of preschool and elementary school age children, disagreements about parenting, and couples issues."
Stephen Martin, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"As a Jungian analyst, my approach focuses on one's unlived life as expressed continually through dreams, fantasies and other symbolic material. By actively engaging this material and understanding its symbolic message, as well as demonstrating its relevance for life lived now, suffering can be dramatically alleviated and a more meaningful, more balanced, and spiritually satisfying life becomes possible. Many consult me specifically for my Jungian orientation but many come also who are not familiar with this approach but who are referred for psychotherapy and profit from it because of its focus on healing and transformation."
(610) 896-7536
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"As a Jungian analyst, my approach focuses on one's unlived life as expressed continually through dreams, fantasies and other symbolic material. By actively engaging this material and understanding its symbolic message, as well as demonstrating its relevance for life lived now, suffering can be dramatically alleviated and a more meaningful, more balanced, and spiritually satisfying life becomes possible. Many consult me specifically for my Jungian orientation but many come also who are not familiar with this approach but who are referred for psychotherapy and profit from it because of its focus on healing and transformation."
Vicki Tornetta Counseling, LLC,
"If you suffer from anxiety, depression, relationship or marriage distress, emotional dysregulation, sexual abuse, eating disorders or body image issues please contact me. I am interested in helping the whole person; paying attention to the intersection of spiritual, physical, and emotional health-to encourage overall well-being. I believe that the counseling relationship is critical to the healing process, so I strive to create a warm, genuine, understanding, and safe environment, while using evidence-based treatments."
(610) 756-0518
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"If you suffer from anxiety, depression, relationship or marriage distress, emotional dysregulation, sexual abuse, eating disorders or body image issues please contact me. I am interested in helping the whole person; paying attention to the intersection of spiritual, physical, and emotional health-to encourage overall well-being. I believe that the counseling relationship is critical to the healing process, so I strive to create a warm, genuine, understanding, and safe environment, while using evidence-based treatments."
Sandy Kosmin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSS, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Therapy offers a collaborative and genuine place for you to explore what is meaningful for you. My approach involves moving toward change by focusing on how to integrate your inner and outer life. We will work to comprehend how the issues that concern you came about, what they mean, what keeps them in place, and what is needed to make changes. This method of working goes beyond only treating symptoms and offers a way to make changes that are reliable and lasting. Humor and creativity, when appropriate, can help to expand our perspective. The experience of therapy can enhance your self-esteem and connectedness to others."
(610) 832-0627
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"Therapy offers a collaborative and genuine place for you to explore what is meaningful for you. My approach involves moving toward change by focusing on how to integrate your inner and outer life. We will work to comprehend how the issues that concern you came about, what they mean, what keeps them in place, and what is needed to make changes. This method of working goes beyond only treating symptoms and offers a way to make changes that are reliable and lasting. Humor and creativity, when appropriate, can help to expand our perspective. The experience of therapy can enhance your self-esteem and connectedness to others."
Kate Cornwell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"We all come to points in our lives where we lose perspective and feel hurt and alone. I work with children, families and individuals who have lost joy in their lives and need help to regain their self respect. I encourage potential clients to come in and see if we are a good fit and if I can be of help. Having been in mental health for many years and the director of a community mental health center for 13 years, I am comfortable with big and not so big problems."
(610) 898-3241
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"We all come to points in our lives where we lose perspective and feel hurt and alone. I work with children, families and individuals who have lost joy in their lives and need help to regain their self respect. I encourage potential clients to come in and see if we are a good fit and if I can be of help. Having been in mental health for many years and the director of a community mental health center for 13 years, I am comfortable with big and not so big problems."
Jennifer Paige Hendler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Using a holistic approach, I help adolescents and adults with anxiety, depression and relationship issues get unstuck. We figure out why negative experiences are repeating and how you can move in a positive direction, always in manageable steps. In situations where you feel powerless, we find where you do have power and choice. We focus on how you can live the life that's right for you, not the life you think you "should" be living. You learn how to stop criticizing yourself and believe in your worth. You learn how to have healthy boundaries in your relationships. You learn how to use your challenges as doorways into peace."
(215) 600-4793
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"Using a holistic approach, I help adolescents and adults with anxiety, depression and relationship issues get unstuck. We figure out why negative experiences are repeating and how you can move in a positive direction, always in manageable steps. In situations where you feel powerless, we find where you do have power and choice. We focus on how you can live the life that's right for you, not the life you think you "should" be living. You learn how to stop criticizing yourself and believe in your worth. You learn how to have healthy boundaries in your relationships. You learn how to use your challenges as doorways into peace."
Marta W Ludwig, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, MA
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"My approach to psychotherapy is strength-based, warm and full of respect for each individual and their unique journey. My goal is to help people reach their potential. At times, this can mean dealing with unfinished business from the past; at other times we will concentrate on expanding awareness in the present moment. Most of the time we look at how the past informs the present and how we can move on from our past experiences. In my practice, I pay particular attention to the here and now, being mindful of relational patterns that emerge in the room."
(607) 354-4134
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"My approach to psychotherapy is strength-based, warm and full of respect for each individual and their unique journey. My goal is to help people reach their potential. At times, this can mean dealing with unfinished business from the past; at other times we will concentrate on expanding awareness in the present moment. Most of the time we look at how the past informs the present and how we can move on from our past experiences. In my practice, I pay particular attention to the here and now, being mindful of relational patterns that emerge in the room."
Sonia Voynow, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Psychotherapy helps you see yourself, and your world, in a new way. I am passionate about helping my clients to discover what make them feel truly alive, and I view my role as helping clients to identify the ideas or relationships that stifle that power. My style is compassionate and interactive, fully appreciating the courage it takes to engage in psychotherapy, while helping you make room for new possibilities to unfold. I look forward to working with you!"
(215) 839-1194
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"Psychotherapy helps you see yourself, and your world, in a new way. I am passionate about helping my clients to discover what make them feel truly alive, and I view my role as helping clients to identify the ideas or relationships that stifle that power. My style is compassionate and interactive, fully appreciating the courage it takes to engage in psychotherapy, while helping you make room for new possibilities to unfold. I look forward to working with you!"
Robert Michael Pileggi,
MSS, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"I work with folks who would like their perspective on life to change and grow in ways that supports greater well-being, empowerment, and a sense of balance. Life is constantly changing and presenting challenges, and I support people who are ready and willing to look honestly at themselves, to learn new skills, and to make changes that may initially be scary but - with my support and growth of your confidence - changes that are possible. I also work with couples who wish to deepen their relationship, to be more present with one another, and to communicate more effectively."
(646) 859-0031
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"I work with folks who would like their perspective on life to change and grow in ways that supports greater well-being, empowerment, and a sense of balance. Life is constantly changing and presenting challenges, and I support people who are ready and willing to look honestly at themselves, to learn new skills, and to make changes that may initially be scary but - with my support and growth of your confidence - changes that are possible. I also work with couples who wish to deepen their relationship, to be more present with one another, and to communicate more effectively."
Amy Alfred, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"I am a licensed psychologist who enjoys working with all different kinds of people. I like to work on what gets in the way of optimum mental health. Much of my practice in the past twenty years has focused on relationships of all kinds, depression, self-esteem, adult children of alcoholics, parenting, anxiety, chronic illness, addictions, and sexual abuse. I believe our work doesn't just happen in our therapy hour, but between sessions as well. I am committed to psychotherapy and helping people to change in a supportive atmosphere."
(484) 482-8116
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"I am a licensed psychologist who enjoys working with all different kinds of people. I like to work on what gets in the way of optimum mental health. Much of my practice in the past twenty years has focused on relationships of all kinds, depression, self-esteem, adult children of alcoholics, parenting, anxiety, chronic illness, addictions, and sexual abuse. I believe our work doesn't just happen in our therapy hour, but between sessions as well. I am committed to psychotherapy and helping people to change in a supportive atmosphere."
Emily Sonenshein, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"I have expertise working with a variety of presenting issues, including but not limited to body image issues/eating disorders, women's-related issues, relationship concerns, anxiety, depression, family issues, and physical health-related issues."
(267) 214-5941
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"I have expertise working with a variety of presenting issues, including but not limited to body image issues/eating disorders, women's-related issues, relationship concerns, anxiety, depression, family issues, and physical health-related issues."
Harriet Zilber, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"I believe that psychotherapy is best done as a collaborative process. I have the training and experience and you, the client, bring all you know about yourself and your life. Together, we develop goals, both long and short term, that hopefully will lead to active awareness, emotional relief and behavioral changes."
(610) 915-8690 x1
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"I believe that psychotherapy is best done as a collaborative process. I have the training and experience and you, the client, bring all you know about yourself and your life. Together, we develop goals, both long and short term, that hopefully will lead to active awareness, emotional relief and behavioral changes."
Meira N Weingarten, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"It is often difficult to talk to others about your problems, but I am here to listen. I work with clients of all ages who are attempting to make changes in their lives. I have experience working with anxiety and depression, addictions, eating disorders, trauma, and relationship problems. Together we will work in a calm and relaxing setting to help you learn to cope and adapt to your life and make the changes necessary to feel better."
(267) 282-6929
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"It is often difficult to talk to others about your problems, but I am here to listen. I work with clients of all ages who are attempting to make changes in their lives. I have experience working with anxiety and depression, addictions, eating disorders, trauma, and relationship problems. Together we will work in a calm and relaxing setting to help you learn to cope and adapt to your life and make the changes necessary to feel better."
Megan Bousquet, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, ATR, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Throughout a woman’s life there are many emotional shifts and it takes strength to reach out for support. I understand the many challenges and stress that sometimes might have you not feeling like yourself. Do you feel alone, anxious, tired, sad, angry, irritable, or stressed? I work with women who are experiencing anxiety, depressed mood, grief and loss, fertility, miscarriage, transition to motherhood, and other life changing events. I have specialized training in anxiety, maternal mental health (pregnancy, birth, postpartum, motherhood), child development, and eating disorders. "
(215) 607-6440
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"Throughout a woman’s life there are many emotional shifts and it takes strength to reach out for support. I understand the many challenges and stress that sometimes might have you not feeling like yourself. Do you feel alone, anxious, tired, sad, angry, irritable, or stressed? I work with women who are experiencing anxiety, depressed mood, grief and loss, fertility, miscarriage, transition to motherhood, and other life changing events. I have specialized training in anxiety, maternal mental health (pregnancy, birth, postpartum, motherhood), child development, and eating disorders. "
Main Line Relationship Center, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, M.Ed., LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"You want to see the "best" therapist, but with 770 + of us in Montgomery County alone, how do you begin? For help narrowing the field, read "How do I find the best therapist for me?" by clicking the "Website" button beneath my photo. As a PA-licensed psychotherapist, I've been helping clients improve their lives for more than 15 years. Through insight and skills acquisition, my goal is to get you out of therapy and back to enjoying your life. Bring your concerns, goals, strengths and humor. We'll figure out the rest together."
(215) 995-0227
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"You want to see the "best" therapist, but with 770 + of us in Montgomery County alone, how do you begin? For help narrowing the field, read "How do I find the best therapist for me?" by clicking the "Website" button beneath my photo. As a PA-licensed psychotherapist, I've been helping clients improve their lives for more than 15 years. Through insight and skills acquisition, my goal is to get you out of therapy and back to enjoying your life. Bring your concerns, goals, strengths and humor. We'll figure out the rest together."

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