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"Feeling sad, anxious, worried, more than just a couple of weeks? Experiencing racing thoughts, low energy, lack of enjoyment in life? Caught up in troubled relationships or wondering "what is the point of it all?" If you are feeling discouraged, irritable, overwhelmed, or need the opportunity to sort things out, therapeutic counseling may help. Nurture yourself by investing dedicated time to discover who you are, and how you want to be in the world."
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"Feeling sad, anxious, worried, more than just a couple of weeks? Experiencing racing thoughts, low energy, lack of enjoyment in life? Caught up in troubled relationships or wondering "what is the point of it all?" If you are feeling discouraged, irritable, overwhelmed, or need the opportunity to sort things out, therapeutic counseling may help. Nurture yourself by investing dedicated time to discover who you are, and how you want to be in the world."
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"I am a Pennsylvania licensed clinical psychologist. I believe that every person is different, bringing with him or her a unique set of difficulties, backgrounds, and strengths to my office. Therefore, I like to take an eclectic approach, meaning that I tailor the treatment specifically to the individual patient's needs. There is no "one size fits all" therapy. Of course this is done collaboratively; anything that is done in therapy is at first discussed, and I never proceed unless the patient agrees with the treatment plan."
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"I am a Pennsylvania licensed clinical psychologist. I believe that every person is different, bringing with him or her a unique set of difficulties, backgrounds, and strengths to my office. Therefore, I like to take an eclectic approach, meaning that I tailor the treatment specifically to the individual patient's needs. There is no "one size fits all" therapy. Of course this is done collaboratively; anything that is done in therapy is at first discussed, and I never proceed unless the patient agrees with the treatment plan."
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15209
"*Not currently accepting*Change, transition, and facing the unknown can be incredibly overwhelming. I believe in sitting together with my clients in whatever they are experiencing and working together to explore meaning and any possible resolutions. Operating from a place of strengths-based support and solidarity, I will empower you to identify and adapt to your needs. By incorporating psychoeducation, trauma informed care, and evidence-based practices, I will work with you and hear you to understand your symptoms, guide you in learning and practicing skills to manage your distress, and provide a space for continued transformation. "
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"*Not currently accepting*Change, transition, and facing the unknown can be incredibly overwhelming. I believe in sitting together with my clients in whatever they are experiencing and working together to explore meaning and any possible resolutions. Operating from a place of strengths-based support and solidarity, I will empower you to identify and adapt to your needs. By incorporating psychoeducation, trauma informed care, and evidence-based practices, I will work with you and hear you to understand your symptoms, guide you in learning and practicing skills to manage your distress, and provide a space for continued transformation. "
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15216
"My approach to counseling is person-centered and solution focused. There is a saying, "you are not the problem, the problem is the problem." My experience has taught me that counseling covers a range of issues beyond just mental health, including relational issues, phase of life problems, work problems, and parenting challenges. I have worked with adults, children, and families. I have worked with individuals with serious persistent mental illness and those simply adjusting to a new way of life. I believe that we are all capable of growth and development, sometimes we just need an assist."
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(412) 693-6348
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15216
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"My approach to counseling is person-centered and solution focused. There is a saying, "you are not the problem, the problem is the problem." My experience has taught me that counseling covers a range of issues beyond just mental health, including relational issues, phase of life problems, work problems, and parenting challenges. I have worked with adults, children, and families. I have worked with individuals with serious persistent mental illness and those simply adjusting to a new way of life. I believe that we are all capable of growth and development, sometimes we just need an assist."
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15219
"I’m a Licensed Professional Counselor with over 8 years of experience working in community mental health. I work with people around all kinds of issues, as everyone has their own story and unique life experiences. This often includes major life transitions, various challenges in relationships, self-exploration and identity work, experiencing shame and self-doubt, feelings of depression, struggles with body image, exploring sexuality, and much more. I believe that when we’re able to live as authentically, honestly, and purposefully as we can, we feel more satisfaction, connection, and peace. "
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(412) 328-2886
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"I’m a Licensed Professional Counselor with over 8 years of experience working in community mental health. I work with people around all kinds of issues, as everyone has their own story and unique life experiences. This often includes major life transitions, various challenges in relationships, self-exploration and identity work, experiencing shame and self-doubt, feelings of depression, struggles with body image, exploring sexuality, and much more. I believe that when we’re able to live as authentically, honestly, and purposefully as we can, we feel more satisfaction, connection, and peace. "
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
"Being able to ask for help takes a lot of courage. So, first and foremost, let me commend you for taking these first steps in the therapeutic process. I believe therapy is so important because while life can be incredibly beautiful, it can also be confusing, lonely and bleak. My job is to help you tackle the emotional obstacles that are hindering you from enjoying the life that you want and deserve."
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(412) 329-4718
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
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Existential
"Being able to ask for help takes a lot of courage. So, first and foremost, let me commend you for taking these first steps in the therapeutic process. I believe therapy is so important because while life can be incredibly beautiful, it can also be confusing, lonely and bleak. My job is to help you tackle the emotional obstacles that are hindering you from enjoying the life that you want and deserve."
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
"Sometimes, we look in the mirror and have difficulty understanding the face looking back at us. How did we get here? Is this the life I want to lead? Why do things have to be so hard? These are questions that can build slowly over time, or are the direct result of events we have endured. I can help you learn about the things that move you, further your exploration of your inner world, and assist you in deciding what really matters to you. My goal is to act as your guide, collaborating with you in your journey to find balance and a life worth living. "
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(717) 546-9542
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Existential
"Sometimes, we look in the mirror and have difficulty understanding the face looking back at us. How did we get here? Is this the life I want to lead? Why do things have to be so hard? These are questions that can build slowly over time, or are the direct result of events we have endured. I can help you learn about the things that move you, further your exploration of your inner world, and assist you in deciding what really matters to you. My goal is to act as your guide, collaborating with you in your journey to find balance and a life worth living. "
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
"TELEMEDICINE-enabled practice. I see counseling as a collaborative process. My approach is mindfulness-based. The idea is to become aware of how you think, feel and behave in order to overcome problems and live life more fully. I believe that learning to see yourself and others with compassion leads to well-being and meaning in life. I have 20+ years of clinical experience, and an active, engaging counseling style. My approach to treating perfectionism was empirically validated to be effective by an independent research team. As a speaker, I conducted numerous domestic and international workshops."
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(412) 425-6708
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"TELEMEDICINE-enabled practice. I see counseling as a collaborative process. My approach is mindfulness-based. The idea is to become aware of how you think, feel and behave in order to overcome problems and live life more fully. I believe that learning to see yourself and others with compassion leads to well-being and meaning in life. I have 20+ years of clinical experience, and an active, engaging counseling style. My approach to treating perfectionism was empirically validated to be effective by an independent research team. As a speaker, I conducted numerous domestic and international workshops."
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15218
"As a transpersonal, body and gestalt psychotherapist, EMDR and Comprehensive Energy Psychology practitioner, meditation teacher and hypnotherapist, I offer an embodied and integrated approach to therapy, coaching, consultation, and teaching. Our problems and difficulties are opportunities for growth and wisdom, our innate intelligence always knows exactly what we need to transform or heal. Often, we need to undergo a process of compassionately encountering what it is that we find unacceptable, terrifying, or seemingly impossible for us to bear or let go. Paradoxically, these are the things that can lead us into deeper relationship with our true self."
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(412) 545-6036
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"As a transpersonal, body and gestalt psychotherapist, EMDR and Comprehensive Energy Psychology practitioner, meditation teacher and hypnotherapist, I offer an embodied and integrated approach to therapy, coaching, consultation, and teaching. Our problems and difficulties are opportunities for growth and wisdom, our innate intelligence always knows exactly what we need to transform or heal. Often, we need to undergo a process of compassionately encountering what it is that we find unacceptable, terrifying, or seemingly impossible for us to bear or let go. Paradoxically, these are the things that can lead us into deeper relationship with our true self."
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Psychologist, PhD, CST
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
"I believe the strength of the therapy relationship is fundamental to the success of therapy. Thus, I attend closely to the quality of the relationship and aim to create a warm, respectful, and validating environment within which the person feels safe enough to talk about difficult and painful issues. At the same time, through gentle challenge and empathic, genuine feedback, I offer clients the opportunity to explore and examine ways of thinking and being that have not been helpful and may need to change so that they might have more of the kind of life they want to live."
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(412) 573-6356
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
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"I believe the strength of the therapy relationship is fundamental to the success of therapy. Thus, I attend closely to the quality of the relationship and aim to create a warm, respectful, and validating environment within which the person feels safe enough to talk about difficult and painful issues. At the same time, through gentle challenge and empathic, genuine feedback, I offer clients the opportunity to explore and examine ways of thinking and being that have not been helpful and may need to change so that they might have more of the kind of life they want to live."
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15221
"Psychotherapy is a unique journey; a journey that I am committed to taking with you. My interests include working with interpersonal/relational issues as well as concerns related to identity, personality, sex/sexuality, anxiety, and trauma. I practice from a psychodynamic approach, personalized to meet the needs of each client. Our sessions together will assist you in developing a greater understanding of self and your interactions with others. I offer treatment to individuals, couples, court-ordered families/couples, as well as group therapy for a variety of concerns (depression, anxiety, relational issues, etc). I also offer supervision to pre-licensed professionals."
Existential
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"Psychotherapy is a unique journey; a journey that I am committed to taking with you. My interests include working with interpersonal/relational issues as well as concerns related to identity, personality, sex/sexuality, anxiety, and trauma. I practice from a psychodynamic approach, personalized to meet the needs of each client. Our sessions together will assist you in developing a greater understanding of self and your interactions with others. I offer treatment to individuals, couples, court-ordered families/couples, as well as group therapy for a variety of concerns (depression, anxiety, relational issues, etc). I also offer supervision to pre-licensed professionals."
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
"Coming into therapy is a difficult decision, but one that can bring incredible rewards. My task is to join with my clients as they increase their self-awareness, and to support them as they work through issues and challenges that they feel stuck on. Because therapy is a collaborative process, choosing someone you feel safe with, and understood by, is essential. "
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(412) 460-4069
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
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Existential
"Coming into therapy is a difficult decision, but one that can bring incredible rewards. My task is to join with my clients as they increase their self-awareness, and to support them as they work through issues and challenges that they feel stuck on. Because therapy is a collaborative process, choosing someone you feel safe with, and understood by, is essential. "
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
"Hello! I believe that therapy is a collaborative process where choices and boundaries are made transparent. I work to create an experience that feels safe and helps to encourage healing and alignment of mind, body, and spirit for the purpose of improving the quality of your life in ways that are meaningful for you. I can be the extra set of eyes and ears that can help you to discover new possibilities so that you become more empowered to make the decisions that are right for you."
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(412) 307-3656
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Existential
"Hello! I believe that therapy is a collaborative process where choices and boundaries are made transparent. I work to create an experience that feels safe and helps to encourage healing and alignment of mind, body, and spirit for the purpose of improving the quality of your life in ways that are meaningful for you. I can be the extra set of eyes and ears that can help you to discover new possibilities so that you become more empowered to make the decisions that are right for you."
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15238
"Nothing changes if nothing changes. I love this saying. It reminds me that if we want any kind of change in our lives, we need to take that first step and begin the process. Sometimes that starts with therapy, talking with someone to help sort things out, gain insight, and reach clarity. "
Existential
(878) 203-1906
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"Nothing changes if nothing changes. I love this saying. It reminds me that if we want any kind of change in our lives, we need to take that first step and begin the process. Sometimes that starts with therapy, talking with someone to help sort things out, gain insight, and reach clarity. "
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
"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!"
Existential
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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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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
"Hi, I’m Neal Holmes. I am a believer in holistic and collaborative therapy. Bearing witness to your lived experience is an honor, because we are all striving to live and build relationships the best way we know how as people. I like to help my clients find their passion in life, remove blocks that are keeping them from being their authentic self and live the life they wish to live with their dreams and hopes fulfilled. "
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(412) 530-4360
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"Hi, I’m Neal Holmes. I am a believer in holistic and collaborative therapy. Bearing witness to your lived experience is an honor, because we are all striving to live and build relationships the best way we know how as people. I like to help my clients find their passion in life, remove blocks that are keeping them from being their authentic self and live the life they wish to live with their dreams and hopes fulfilled. "
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15219
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Existential
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15203
"*Telehealth options are currently available. As a therapist of over 17 years, I have helped individuals, couples, children, and families develop solutions to daily stressors and lifelong struggles. Trained in a multitude of disciplines, I am able to incorporate a variety of strategies into a personalized process of psychotherapy. Regardless of the symptoms, clients experience a supportive and interpersonal therapeutic encounter, intended to talk through problems and towards solutions. Depression, anxiety, trauma, grief and loss, anger management, sleep problems, relationship challenges, esteem issues, parental and familial stress."
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(878) 313-2397
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15203
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Existential
"*Telehealth options are currently available. As a therapist of over 17 years, I have helped individuals, couples, children, and families develop solutions to daily stressors and lifelong struggles. Trained in a multitude of disciplines, I am able to incorporate a variety of strategies into a personalized process of psychotherapy. Regardless of the symptoms, clients experience a supportive and interpersonal therapeutic encounter, intended to talk through problems and towards solutions. Depression, anxiety, trauma, grief and loss, anger management, sleep problems, relationship challenges, esteem issues, parental and familial stress."
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15205
"Our practice is a small, down to earth setting. We strive to make our clients feel at home and connected with supportive, caring staff. We come from many walks of life and a wide range of experience. We will tailor our treatment methods to best suit your needs so that you can get out of our office and back into the life you were meant to lead! Our office is open 7 days a week with morning, afternoon and evening hours to best suit your needs."
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(412) 961-9683
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15205
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"Our practice is a small, down to earth setting. We strive to make our clients feel at home and connected with supportive, caring staff. We come from many walks of life and a wide range of experience. We will tailor our treatment methods to best suit your needs so that you can get out of our office and back into the life you were meant to lead! Our office is open 7 days a week with morning, afternoon and evening hours to best suit your needs."
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
"I provide individual and group counseling services as well as educational programs across the life span. I operate from an existential, humanistic, person-centered philosophy that emphasizes meaning in one's life, self-actualization, responsibility, and relationships. I view counseling from a tripartite approach where I assist my clients with self-awareness, gaining knowledge, and developing strategies to manage effectively and successfully the various transitions they are experiencing in their lives. I employ my diverse training and integrate a multiplicity of therapeutic interventions that yield optimum results for the individual"
Existential
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"I provide individual and group counseling services as well as educational programs across the life span. I operate from an existential, humanistic, person-centered philosophy that emphasizes meaning in one's life, self-actualization, responsibility, and relationships. I view counseling from a tripartite approach where I assist my clients with self-awareness, gaining knowledge, and developing strategies to manage effectively and successfully the various transitions they are experiencing in their lives. I employ my diverse training and integrate a multiplicity of therapeutic interventions that yield optimum results for the individual"

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((https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapy-types/existential-therapy((Existential therapy)) is based on the philosophical belief that human beings are alone in the world, and that this aloneness can only be overcome by creating one's own meaning, and exercising one's freedom to choose. The existential therapist encourages clients to face life's anxieties head on and to start making their own decisions.

If you're looking for Existential therapy in Pittsburgh or for a Pittsburgh Existential therapist these professionals provide existential therapy, existential psychotherapy, existential group therapy and existential family therapy. They include Existential therapists, Existential psychologists, Existential psychotherapists and Existential counselors.

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

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