Teletherapy for Pennsylvania

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Photo of Kathryn Eberle Cotter, Marriage & Family Therapist in Pennsylvania
Kathryn Eberle Cotter
Marriage & Family Therapist, MMT, MT-BC, MFT
Verified
My goal as a therapist is to engage authentically, share honestly, and think openly. I have been fortunate to work with people in end of life care, chronic illness, grief and loss, incarceration, addiction, autism, depression, anxiety, trauma, and have spent most of my career supporting youth and families through a variety of life stages and challenges. I provide opportunities for people to engage in experiences that will expand their understanding, explore their circumstances, and develop resources for their unique journey.
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Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
(724) 200-8560 
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Butler, PA 16002
Offers online therapy
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John Gleim
Pre-Licensed Professional, PhD, MA
Verified
In my clinical work I focus on helping clients develop a more compassionate and complete understanding of themselves. If you're experiencing anxiety or depression—particularly symptoms like intrusive thoughts, OCD, or the lingering effects of past trauma or abuse—it is possible to find relief through counseling. I'd like to help you start to make sense of things.
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Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
(805) 261-4489 
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Philadelphia, PA 19103
Offers online therapy
$100 Per Session
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Jannette Travali
Licensed Professional Counselor, MSCPMPH, NCC/LPC, RDN/LDN, CEDS, CEDRD
Verified
I am a Psychotherapist, Nutrition Therapist & Exercise Physiologist. With the Client/Therapist Relationship at CORE, I provide Individualized, Integrative Care: Eating Disorders, Trauma, Mood, Relationships, Transitions -acknowledging & encouraging growth of diverse values &/or needs, I use an Eclectic Therapeutic Approach –including Person-Centered, Mindfulness, Expressive (art, music, movement, writing), Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), CBT, RO-DBT, Existential, Narrative, EMDR, Gestalt, Motivational Interviewing, Positive Psychology, Nutrition Therapy –Intuitive Eating/HAES (Health at Any Size) & Medical Nutrition Therapy.
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Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
(724) 320-1816 
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Seven Fields, PA 16046
Offers online therapy
Waitlist for new clients
Photo of Katherine Schneider, Clinical Social Work/Therapist in Pennsylvania
Katherine Schneider
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
People come to me from all walks of life, all seeking something different for themselves. I specialize in helping people working through life transitions. This includes people experiencing faith transitions or healing from religious/spiritual trauma or transitioning away from a high-control group, those transitioning to a new family structure, people entering a new season of life, those coping with a diagnosis or illness, and those navigating new relationships or exploring existing relationships in new ways. As life changes, we change with it. I help my clients explore and navigate this messy, confusing, exhilarating process.
Relational
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
(480) 530-5093 
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Philadelphia, PA 19128
Offers online therapy
$120 Per Session

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Teletherapy
Teletherapy and Online counseling have grown enormously as a medium for therapy since the advent of social distancing. Most therapists are happy to provide sessions by video or phone.

All professionals are licensed to provide video therapy to clients within the State in which they hold their license. Cross State licensing exists, but is rare.

So if you're a client in Pennsylvania, this list of teletherapists are licensed to provide therapy to you online (by phone, video or text based chat) because they are within your state. They are sorted nearest to furthest, with professionals in Pennsylvania listed first.

Teletherapy via phone or video can be very similar to conventional in person sessions. The message is the same, even if the medium is different. There are some advantages in the form of convenience, lack of travel and being in comfort of your own home. Set against those, professionals find it more difficult to read non-verbal signals of their clients, and you may find you yourself can be more easily distracted.