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"When I work with a client on an issue, I like to first uncover the root cause, then the focus can get branched out to other aspects of the issue. Therapy is not all about learning coping skills and finding distractions, healing begins on a deeper level. I have helped young people with a wide variety of issues including anxiety, depression, OCD, Autism, defiance, eating disorders, and family-related problems. "
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"When I work with a client on an issue, I like to first uncover the root cause, then the focus can get branched out to other aspects of the issue. Therapy is not all about learning coping skills and finding distractions, healing begins on a deeper level. I have helped young people with a wide variety of issues including anxiety, depression, OCD, Autism, defiance, eating disorders, and family-related problems. "
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"Many people have had negative experiences with counseling, making them hesitant to seek help again. At Dunlap & Associates Counseling we are especially skilled at working with those who are uncomfortable with the idea of therapy. Clients have described us as “Therapists for people who don’t like therapy”. We try to understand people on an individual level & adapt our skills to meet their needs. Our goal is to provide a safe, comfortable, & nonjudgmental atmosphere. Therapy should not be simply "learning coping skills", to deal with negative feelings, it should involve working to root of the problem to facilitate long-lasting change."
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"Many people have had negative experiences with counseling, making them hesitant to seek help again. At Dunlap & Associates Counseling we are especially skilled at working with those who are uncomfortable with the idea of therapy. Clients have described us as “Therapists for people who don’t like therapy”. We try to understand people on an individual level & adapt our skills to meet their needs. Our goal is to provide a safe, comfortable, & nonjudgmental atmosphere. Therapy should not be simply "learning coping skills", to deal with negative feelings, it should involve working to root of the problem to facilitate long-lasting change."
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"Seeking help can feel uncomfortable not only to those who have never sought therapy before, but also to those who have had negative experiences with counseling in the past. With over a decade of experience working with those who struggle with ADHD, Anxiety, Autism, Behavioral Problems, Depression, Parenting, Relationship Issues, Work Issues, etc., my goal is to create a laid back atmosphere where we work together to achieve your goals. "
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"Seeking help can feel uncomfortable not only to those who have never sought therapy before, but also to those who have had negative experiences with counseling in the past. With over a decade of experience working with those who struggle with ADHD, Anxiety, Autism, Behavioral Problems, Depression, Parenting, Relationship Issues, Work Issues, etc., my goal is to create a laid back atmosphere where we work together to achieve your goals. "
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"I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP). With over ten years experience working in the social service and community mental health fields, I strive to provide personal, compassionate, and informed care to all my clients. I specialize in late adolescents and adults struggling with mental health conditions such as anxiety and depression. I have training and experience working with family members and individuals struggling with addiction issues. As a CCTP, I am skilled to provide support and therapeutic techniques for clients who have suffered a traumatic event that is impacting their daily functioning."
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"I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP). With over ten years experience working in the social service and community mental health fields, I strive to provide personal, compassionate, and informed care to all my clients. I specialize in late adolescents and adults struggling with mental health conditions such as anxiety and depression. I have training and experience working with family members and individuals struggling with addiction issues. As a CCTP, I am skilled to provide support and therapeutic techniques for clients who have suffered a traumatic event that is impacting their daily functioning."
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"Trauma keeps rearing its ugly head, and you have no idea what to do with it anymore. You feel anxious. On edge. Jumpy. Your social anxiety is starting to impact your work and your friendships. You can't trust people. You don't feel like yourself anymore--sometimes you wonder what that even is. You feel shame. You feel "other". You don't feel like you deserve happiness. You're becoming a control freak, and you hate that. You're beginning to realize that some of the issues you've struggled with for a long time may actually be related to what's happened to you, despite trying to convince yourself otherwise."
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"Trauma keeps rearing its ugly head, and you have no idea what to do with it anymore. You feel anxious. On edge. Jumpy. Your social anxiety is starting to impact your work and your friendships. You can't trust people. You don't feel like yourself anymore--sometimes you wonder what that even is. You feel shame. You feel "other". You don't feel like you deserve happiness. You're becoming a control freak, and you hate that. You're beginning to realize that some of the issues you've struggled with for a long time may actually be related to what's happened to you, despite trying to convince yourself otherwise."
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"You feel so different from other people. Trauma has resurfaced and crept back into your life. You’re having trouble being your authentic self, or maybe you don’t even know what that is. You’ve tried everything, but continue to feel worse. Your drinking and substance use have increased in an attempt to just feel anything other than how you’re feeling right now. Your relationships are suffering—no one gets it. Your hobbies are no longer enjoyable. You have no idea why something as simple as going to the grocery store is Just. So. Hard. You are feeling overwhelmed and discontent, and you’re not sure why. That's where I come in."
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"You feel so different from other people. Trauma has resurfaced and crept back into your life. You’re having trouble being your authentic self, or maybe you don’t even know what that is. You’ve tried everything, but continue to feel worse. Your drinking and substance use have increased in an attempt to just feel anything other than how you’re feeling right now. Your relationships are suffering—no one gets it. Your hobbies are no longer enjoyable. You have no idea why something as simple as going to the grocery store is Just. So. Hard. You are feeling overwhelmed and discontent, and you’re not sure why. That's where I come in."
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""You don't need a new day to start over, you only need a new mindset." Lets join forces to develop insight and awareness into how you have constructed your inner world and to what degree it impacts your present life circumstances, as well as how it influences your interactions with others. Allow me to join you on your journey in exploring your perceptions, thoughts, behaviors and emotions. As your therapist I will provide you with a comfortable, welcoming and nonjudgmental environment as we make our way towards reaching your treatment goals."
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""You don't need a new day to start over, you only need a new mindset." Lets join forces to develop insight and awareness into how you have constructed your inner world and to what degree it impacts your present life circumstances, as well as how it influences your interactions with others. Allow me to join you on your journey in exploring your perceptions, thoughts, behaviors and emotions. As your therapist I will provide you with a comfortable, welcoming and nonjudgmental environment as we make our way towards reaching your treatment goals."
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"Unfortunately many people have had negative experiences with counseling, making them hesitant to seek help again. I am especially skilled at working with those who are uncomfortable with the idea of therapy. A client once told me "You should be a therapist for people who do not like therapy". I try to understand people on an individual level & adapt my skills to meet their needs. My goal is to provide a safe, comfortable, & nonjudgmental atmosphere. Therapy should not be simply "learning coping skills", to deal with negative feelings, it should involve working through the root of the problem to facilitate long-lasting change. "
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"Unfortunately many people have had negative experiences with counseling, making them hesitant to seek help again. I am especially skilled at working with those who are uncomfortable with the idea of therapy. A client once told me "You should be a therapist for people who do not like therapy". I try to understand people on an individual level & adapt my skills to meet their needs. My goal is to provide a safe, comfortable, & nonjudgmental atmosphere. Therapy should not be simply "learning coping skills", to deal with negative feelings, it should involve working through the root of the problem to facilitate long-lasting change. "
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"Compassion, understanding and commitment to quality, collaborative and affordable care is what you can expect from your treatment. I utilize successful treatment approaches for helping improve relationship conflict, anxiety, depression, anger issues, grief and loss and all types of addictive problems. I also work well with teens and family issues. I specialize in treating underlying trauma, which is often at the core of many issues. Overall, I'll be helping you explore, discover and become the best you possible! A brighter future awaits you! "Invest in yourself and others will too." Take the first step - call for an appointment!"
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"Compassion, understanding and commitment to quality, collaborative and affordable care is what you can expect from your treatment. I utilize successful treatment approaches for helping improve relationship conflict, anxiety, depression, anger issues, grief and loss and all types of addictive problems. I also work well with teens and family issues. I specialize in treating underlying trauma, which is often at the core of many issues. Overall, I'll be helping you explore, discover and become the best you possible! A brighter future awaits you! "Invest in yourself and others will too." Take the first step - call for an appointment!"
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"I provide a safe and non-judgmental environment to allow people to comfortably express and process their thoughts and feelings. I believe that therapy is a collaborative effort between the client and their therapist to work towards a goal. It is also a way for someone to explore why they may be feeling or thinking a certain way, which, in turn, can help them learn more about themselves and make positive life changes. I have over 15 years experience working with adults, adolescents, and children."
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"I provide a safe and non-judgmental environment to allow people to comfortably express and process their thoughts and feelings. I believe that therapy is a collaborative effort between the client and their therapist to work towards a goal. It is also a way for someone to explore why they may be feeling or thinking a certain way, which, in turn, can help them learn more about themselves and make positive life changes. I have over 15 years experience working with adults, adolescents, and children."
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"Dr. Parrish is a Licensed Professional Counselor with an approach that is grounded in Reality Therapy & Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. While recognizing that each and every individual is a product of his/her unique life experiences, relationships, and circumstances, he prides himself on creating open & honest therapeutic relationships."
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"Dr. Parrish is a Licensed Professional Counselor with an approach that is grounded in Reality Therapy & Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. While recognizing that each and every individual is a product of his/her unique life experiences, relationships, and circumstances, he prides himself on creating open & honest therapeutic relationships."
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"Dr. Edwards is a Clinical Forensic Psychologist and Ms. Samantha Etzi is a Licensed Social Worker serving the greater Pittsburgh area. Unique to the Pittsburgh area, are Dr. Edwards' eight years of academic training in Forensic Psychology, which involved law and psychology specialty coursework. They both have extensive forensic and clinical experience working with juveniles, adults, and families. Dr. Edwards' and Ms. Etzi's academic foundation, applied training, and clinical supervision provided the necessary ethical and clinical tools allowing them to competently practice the specialization of law and psychology's intersection."
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"Dr. Edwards is a Clinical Forensic Psychologist and Ms. Samantha Etzi is a Licensed Social Worker serving the greater Pittsburgh area. Unique to the Pittsburgh area, are Dr. Edwards' eight years of academic training in Forensic Psychology, which involved law and psychology specialty coursework. They both have extensive forensic and clinical experience working with juveniles, adults, and families. Dr. Edwards' and Ms. Etzi's academic foundation, applied training, and clinical supervision provided the necessary ethical and clinical tools allowing them to competently practice the specialization of law and psychology's intersection."
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"The relationship between therapist and client is of the utmost importance throughout the therapy process. As your therapist, I bring myself fully to our interactions. As your therapist, I listen with a compassionate heart to what you tell me, but I also pay attention to how you tell me. I strongly believe in the transformative process that occurs through therapy. I am committed to individuals, families, and or couples striving to achieve a better quality of life. With compassionate, non-judgmental support, I will work with you to overcome some of life's most debilitating problems."
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"The relationship between therapist and client is of the utmost importance throughout the therapy process. As your therapist, I bring myself fully to our interactions. As your therapist, I listen with a compassionate heart to what you tell me, but I also pay attention to how you tell me. I strongly believe in the transformative process that occurs through therapy. I am committed to individuals, families, and or couples striving to achieve a better quality of life. With compassionate, non-judgmental support, I will work with you to overcome some of life's most debilitating problems."
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"Most of my life has been devoted to professional counseling. I bring passion and dedication to my clients. I work with both adults and adolescents. I experience my greatest joy as they achieve their goals and experience healing.I use an integrative approach to therapy inspired by a variety of evidence based practices, including, but not limited to, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), solution focused therapy, and mindfulness. I've received advanced training in CBT, having successfully completed a cognitive behavioral therapy certificate course led by Dr. John Ludgate, who trained under Dr. Aron Beck, founder of cognitive therapy."
(412) 275-5130
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"Most of my life has been devoted to professional counseling. I bring passion and dedication to my clients. I work with both adults and adolescents. I experience my greatest joy as they achieve their goals and experience healing.I use an integrative approach to therapy inspired by a variety of evidence based practices, including, but not limited to, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), solution focused therapy, and mindfulness. I've received advanced training in CBT, having successfully completed a cognitive behavioral therapy certificate course led by Dr. John Ludgate, who trained under Dr. Aron Beck, founder of cognitive therapy."
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"As a Christian doctoral psychologist, I see sustained, profound change and growth as possible for all people who seek wellness. A comprehensive approach that considers spirit, soul, and body interventions is essential and begins with a profound desire to understand each person I am privileged to encounter. Together we will pursue optimal health and growth through considering and effectively intervening to overcome areas of distress. Openness, acceptance, and curiosity describe my relational style. My blend of pragmatic and insight oriented approaches has been developed over 25 years of working with adolescents and adults. "
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"As a Christian doctoral psychologist, I see sustained, profound change and growth as possible for all people who seek wellness. A comprehensive approach that considers spirit, soul, and body interventions is essential and begins with a profound desire to understand each person I am privileged to encounter. Together we will pursue optimal health and growth through considering and effectively intervening to overcome areas of distress. Openness, acceptance, and curiosity describe my relational style. My blend of pragmatic and insight oriented approaches has been developed over 25 years of working with adolescents and adults. "
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"Life can be difficult to navigate. Sometimes it helps to have a co-pilot who can help you see new paths. You have your own difficulties and past. You might know what you or your child needs help with: anxiety, depression, trouble in relationships, school or work, or feeling upset about events that have occurred in your life. Maybe you don't know why, but just feel like something's wrong. I create a safe environment to listen and talk with you as you learn about yourself, what's causing your symptoms, and how life can be more enjoyable."
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"Life can be difficult to navigate. Sometimes it helps to have a co-pilot who can help you see new paths. You have your own difficulties and past. You might know what you or your child needs help with: anxiety, depression, trouble in relationships, school or work, or feeling upset about events that have occurred in your life. Maybe you don't know why, but just feel like something's wrong. I create a safe environment to listen and talk with you as you learn about yourself, what's causing your symptoms, and how life can be more enjoyable."
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"Do you sometimes feel disconnected from everything and everyone? Down for what seems like no reason? Always worried and anxious? Do you have difficulty loving yourself, or struggle to maintain healthy connections with the people you care about? Are you struggling with grief, loss, negative effects of past experiences? Are you just having trouble finding a balance? You are not alone. And the process of therapy can help you to take control over the past and the present, assist you in developing tools and strategies to make the changes you desire, and to find the courage that exists within you to seek out your best life. "
(724) 609-5258
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"Do you sometimes feel disconnected from everything and everyone? Down for what seems like no reason? Always worried and anxious? Do you have difficulty loving yourself, or struggle to maintain healthy connections with the people you care about? Are you struggling with grief, loss, negative effects of past experiences? Are you just having trouble finding a balance? You are not alone. And the process of therapy can help you to take control over the past and the present, assist you in developing tools and strategies to make the changes you desire, and to find the courage that exists within you to seek out your best life. "
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"Rachel received her Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. While in her master’s program, she specialized in multicultural mental health and domestic violence advocacy. During her time as a clinician, she has developed experience working with anxiety, trauma, child and adolescent behavior, and addictions."
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"Rachel received her Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. While in her master’s program, she specialized in multicultural mental health and domestic violence advocacy. During her time as a clinician, she has developed experience working with anxiety, trauma, child and adolescent behavior, and addictions."
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"Have bad experiences impacted how you feel about therapy or what it looks like? My goal is to create a comfortable non-judgmental atmosphere for you. Everyone is at their own personal level of change. I meet my clients where they are to begin the process of breaking old patterns and creating healthy, positive changes. During this time we will work together on the goals you have chosen. Therapy is more than just learning coping skills; I want to help you get to the root of your issues in order to facilitate long-lasting change. "
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"Have bad experiences impacted how you feel about therapy or what it looks like? My goal is to create a comfortable non-judgmental atmosphere for you. Everyone is at their own personal level of change. I meet my clients where they are to begin the process of breaking old patterns and creating healthy, positive changes. During this time we will work together on the goals you have chosen. Therapy is more than just learning coping skills; I want to help you get to the root of your issues in order to facilitate long-lasting change. "
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"I work well with many different types of people, and I treasure each client with whom I have ever encountered. I find that those who have been buffeted by life, either as children or adults find that they can move forward in their lives when we work together. Transformation is the goal of all of my clients."
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"I work well with many different types of people, and I treasure each client with whom I have ever encountered. I find that those who have been buffeted by life, either as children or adults find that they can move forward in their lives when we work together. Transformation is the goal of all of my clients."

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Dual Diagnosis Therapists
Dual diagnosis (also called co-occurring disorders, COD) occurs when clients suffer from a mental illness while also experiencing a substance abuse problem. Diagnosing a psychiatric disorder in someone with a substance abuse issue is challenging as the drug abuse itself can often produce psychiatric symptoms. These dual diagnosis therapists in 16066 may provide dual diagnosis programs, dual diagnosis facilities or 16066 dual diagnosis treatment - dual diagnosis rehab may be relevant. A therapist can help provide support or connect you to a 16066 COD network or support group.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 16066 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 16066 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 16066 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 16066 or family therapy in 16066.