Licensed Professional Counselor, MS, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"My goal is to enhance and support the well-being of all people with an emphasis on leveraging your inherent strengths to address current challenges and build resiliency. Over the last decade, I have helped people with a variety of issues including; anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress, gender dysphoria, abuse, trauma, relationships, parenting, and many others. I support all people with particular attention to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, and polyamorous communities including individuals, couples, partners, and families."
Transgender
Women's Issues
(484) 241-4248
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Transgender
Women's Issues
"My goal is to enhance and support the well-being of all people with an emphasis on leveraging your inherent strengths to address current challenges and build resiliency. Over the last decade, I have helped people with a variety of issues including; anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress, gender dysphoria, abuse, trauma, relationships, parenting, and many others. I support all people with particular attention to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, and polyamorous communities including individuals, couples, partners, and families."
Bailey Guyer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Hello! My name is Bailey—I also use the name Basil—and my pronouns are they/them and he/him. I’m a Licensed Social Worker currently located in Philadelphia, PA. I recently relocated to Philly after spending the last decade in the Bay Area. I received my B.A. and M.S.W. from San Francisco State University while supporting myself in various roles within disability services. I've been working in queer & trans mental health specifically since 2017. I am committed to providing identity affirming, trauma informed and social justice oriented therapy to trans/enby/gnc folx & LGBQIA+ women. "
Transgender
Women's Issues
(267) 214-1227
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Transgender
Women's Issues
"Hello! My name is Bailey—I also use the name Basil—and my pronouns are they/them and he/him. I’m a Licensed Social Worker currently located in Philadelphia, PA. I recently relocated to Philly after spending the last decade in the Bay Area. I received my B.A. and M.S.W. from San Francisco State University while supporting myself in various roles within disability services. I've been working in queer & trans mental health specifically since 2017. I am committed to providing identity affirming, trauma informed and social justice oriented therapy to trans/enby/gnc folx & LGBQIA+ women. "
Walnut Psychotherapy Center, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, DSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Walnut Psychotherapy Center is a group of therapists dedicated to the effective use of long-term psychotherapy. We are wholeheartedly subscribed to understanding the complexity of the human mind and condition. We think of our histories, our attachments, and our traumas as essential facets of the puzzle that makes up how we function in today's world."
Transgender
Women's Issues
(215) 458-2646
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Transgender
Women's Issues
"Walnut Psychotherapy Center is a group of therapists dedicated to the effective use of long-term psychotherapy. We are wholeheartedly subscribed to understanding the complexity of the human mind and condition. We think of our histories, our attachments, and our traumas as essential facets of the puzzle that makes up how we function in today's world."
Tia Pinkson-Burke, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSS, LSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I utilize an eclectic psychoanalytic and relationa approach while employing a strong social justice, feminist, and queer theory lens. I practice from a body-positive, sex-positive, and intersectional feminist perspective. I believe that one's past informs how they interact with and experience the world. Healing takes place as one fosters empathy and consideration for their past and present selves. The therapeutic relationship allows for gaining deeper perspective and understanding of oneself. I strive to build genuine and earnest rapport with my clients by being deeply nonjudgmental and always practicing with respect."
Transgender
Women's Issues
(410) 587-0075
Verified
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Transgender
Women's Issues
"I utilize an eclectic psychoanalytic and relationa approach while employing a strong social justice, feminist, and queer theory lens. I practice from a body-positive, sex-positive, and intersectional feminist perspective. I believe that one's past informs how they interact with and experience the world. Healing takes place as one fosters empathy and consideration for their past and present selves. The therapeutic relationship allows for gaining deeper perspective and understanding of oneself. I strive to build genuine and earnest rapport with my clients by being deeply nonjudgmental and always practicing with respect."
Samantha Appel, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD, MEd
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe that everyone deserves a time and a place to work on their mental health, heal from painful experiences, and move towards finding more meaning in their lives and relationships. I offer a warm and judgment-free zone to work on a range of issues. I believe psychotherapy works best when it is tailored to each person as a unique individual. I utilize an integrative model, drawing from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), relational, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and humanistic approaches. "
Transgender
Women's Issues
(267) 394-9291
Verified
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Transgender
Women's Issues
"I believe that everyone deserves a time and a place to work on their mental health, heal from painful experiences, and move towards finding more meaning in their lives and relationships. I offer a warm and judgment-free zone to work on a range of issues. I believe psychotherapy works best when it is tailored to each person as a unique individual. I utilize an integrative model, drawing from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), relational, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and humanistic approaches. "
Rachel Simon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, MEd
Verified by Psychology Today
"People often want to improve some aspect of their emotional and mental health. In our work together, we will explore the areas of your life that are challenging or distressing, access and process difficult emotions, and make meaning of patterns in your unique narrative. My practice is based in relational, psychodynamic and strengths-based theoretical orientations. I also integrate narrative and feminist approaches to enrich and empower the existing resilience in each client. I have specialized experience in working with transgender and queer individuals and provide affirming, nonjudgmental therapy for all folks from age 4 to 54."
Transgender
Women's Issues
(215) 645-4551
Verified
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Transgender
Women's Issues
"People often want to improve some aspect of their emotional and mental health. In our work together, we will explore the areas of your life that are challenging or distressing, access and process difficult emotions, and make meaning of patterns in your unique narrative. My practice is based in relational, psychodynamic and strengths-based theoretical orientations. I also integrate narrative and feminist approaches to enrich and empower the existing resilience in each client. I have specialized experience in working with transgender and queer individuals and provide affirming, nonjudgmental therapy for all folks from age 4 to 54."
Lucy Gleysteen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Hello! My name is Lucy and I am a Licensed Social Worker located in Philadelphia. My approach to psychotherapy is gentle, client-centered, and non-judgemental. My goal in working with you is to cultivate a therapeutic environment that facilitates healing, exploration, and connection. "
Transgender
Women's Issues
(267) 214-5706
Verified
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Transgender
Women's Issues
"Hello! My name is Lucy and I am a Licensed Social Worker located in Philadelphia. My approach to psychotherapy is gentle, client-centered, and non-judgemental. My goal in working with you is to cultivate a therapeutic environment that facilitates healing, exploration, and connection. "
Cameron O'Mara, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
"My therapeutic practice is centered on using the relationship that we develop as the vehicle for healing and growth. I work to help you heal from traumas, losses, or other life challenges, foster your self-understanding, provide insight to make connections you might not have seen, and empower you to move forward in ways that feel authentic to who you are and want to be. While I draw from various theories and approaches as needed, I operate primarily within the psychodynamic tradition."
Transgender
Women's Issues
(215) 867-6671
Verified
Office is near:
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
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Transgender
Women's Issues
"My therapeutic practice is centered on using the relationship that we develop as the vehicle for healing and growth. I work to help you heal from traumas, losses, or other life challenges, foster your self-understanding, provide insight to make connections you might not have seen, and empower you to move forward in ways that feel authentic to who you are and want to be. While I draw from various theories and approaches as needed, I operate primarily within the psychodynamic tradition."
Lisa M Correale, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD, NCPsyA
Verified by Psychology Today
"Psychotherapy and psychoanalysis can help you work through emotional issues, resolve relationship problems, improve your family life, find more satisfaction in your work, and develop more positive self-regard."
Transgender
Women's Issues
(267) 343-9106
Verified
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Transgender
Women's Issues
"Psychotherapy and psychoanalysis can help you work through emotional issues, resolve relationship problems, improve your family life, find more satisfaction in your work, and develop more positive self-regard."
Kendra Hypolite, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Hello! My name is Kendra and I use she/her pronouns. I bring a feminist, trauma informed, social justice perspective to my clinical work. I aim to ensure that all my clients feel respected and are given autonomy throughout their therapeutic process. I approach my work with a sense of cultural humility which means acknowledging that clients are in control of their own narrative. "
Transgender
Women's Issues
(267) 360-7003
Verified
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Transgender
Women's Issues
"Hello! My name is Kendra and I use she/her pronouns. I bring a feminist, trauma informed, social justice perspective to my clinical work. I aim to ensure that all my clients feel respected and are given autonomy throughout their therapeutic process. I approach my work with a sense of cultural humility which means acknowledging that clients are in control of their own narrative. "
Elizabeth R. Weisman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"BECAUSE IT'S TIME FOR A CHANGE... It is human to suffer and it is human to face challenges. When the suffering becomes too great, and the challenges too large, good therapy can play a key role in bringing about change. If you decide to work with me, I would consider it an honor to become part of your journey towards increased health and well-being. When you come to therapy, you will be treated with respect. I bring many years of experience as a therapist, and will work carefully with you to define and achieve your goals over time."
Transgender
Women's Issues
(267) 202-4386
Verified
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Transgender
Women's Issues
"BECAUSE IT'S TIME FOR A CHANGE... It is human to suffer and it is human to face challenges. When the suffering becomes too great, and the challenges too large, good therapy can play a key role in bringing about change. If you decide to work with me, I would consider it an honor to become part of your journey towards increased health and well-being. When you come to therapy, you will be treated with respect. I bring many years of experience as a therapist, and will work carefully with you to define and achieve your goals over time."
Augie Hermann, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you feeling anxious, depressed or overwhelmed? Struggling with your relationships? We humans are wired for connection. When life's experiences damage those connections, we end up depressed, anxious, angry & unhappy, often turning to unhealthy lifestyles including alcohol, food, drugs & overspending. We suffer & our relationships suffer. Therapy allows time for exploring these disconnections & learning new skills for connecting to ourselves, others & the world, so we can live the life we want. I can help you clarify & work productively with these issues, develop your strengths, & experience a greater overall sense of well-being."
Transgender
Women's Issues
(215) 352-4798
Verified
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Transgender
Women's Issues
"Are you feeling anxious, depressed or overwhelmed? Struggling with your relationships? We humans are wired for connection. When life's experiences damage those connections, we end up depressed, anxious, angry & unhappy, often turning to unhealthy lifestyles including alcohol, food, drugs & overspending. We suffer & our relationships suffer. Therapy allows time for exploring these disconnections & learning new skills for connecting to ourselves, others & the world, so we can live the life we want. I can help you clarify & work productively with these issues, develop your strengths, & experience a greater overall sense of well-being."
Philadelphia Couples Therapy, Psychologist
Psychologist, Psy.D.
Verified by Psychology Today
"We are a group of couples specialists who have come together with the shared belief that couples need more emotional support than they currently receive in our culture. It takes a village to raise children, but also to forge and nurture a healthy romantic partnership. It can’t be done in isolation. And now more than ever we expect the world of our partner; they are our confidant, our co-parent, our caretaker, our best friend, our sole sexual partner, the only one who sees us at our worst. This kind of unique dependence is beautiful in many ways, but can also create a pressurized environment. "
Transgender
Women's Issues
(215) 631-3200
Verified
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Transgender
Women's Issues
"We are a group of couples specialists who have come together with the shared belief that couples need more emotional support than they currently receive in our culture. It takes a village to raise children, but also to forge and nurture a healthy romantic partnership. It can’t be done in isolation. And now more than ever we expect the world of our partner; they are our confidant, our co-parent, our caretaker, our best friend, our sole sexual partner, the only one who sees us at our worst. This kind of unique dependence is beautiful in many ways, but can also create a pressurized environment. "
Matthew LeRoy, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"My experience has continued to highlight the importance of forming a collaborative therapeutic relationship with all of my clients. To this end, I value our mutual sense that we can connect, and explore your most vulnerable parts. These vulnerable parts can be difficult to explore, as they tend to be imbued with feelings of shame we have learned, but forming a close connection will allow us to have some challenging conversations. I see my role as helping clients understand their emotions and patterns, which could be hurting their quality of life."
Transgender
Women's Issues
(215) 987-2697
Verified
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Transgender
Women's Issues
"My experience has continued to highlight the importance of forming a collaborative therapeutic relationship with all of my clients. To this end, I value our mutual sense that we can connect, and explore your most vulnerable parts. These vulnerable parts can be difficult to explore, as they tend to be imbued with feelings of shame we have learned, but forming a close connection will allow us to have some challenging conversations. I see my role as helping clients understand their emotions and patterns, which could be hurting their quality of life."
Rose Winchell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Our lived experiences are unique to us and set the path for how we envision ourselves and the world around us. My practice comes from a diverse perspective that allows for understanding to meet you where you see fit. I provide a safe space where you can feel comfortable, understood and valued as an individual. Within this space, we will explore your current difficulties and challenges. Whether your journey shows the capabilities of strength and resiliency or leads you through tremendous pain and despair, we begin to see the possibility of individual healing and growth as we try to build upon your unique strengths and personality. "
Transgender
Women's Issues
(267) 214-4352
Verified
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Transgender
Women's Issues
"Our lived experiences are unique to us and set the path for how we envision ourselves and the world around us. My practice comes from a diverse perspective that allows for understanding to meet you where you see fit. I provide a safe space where you can feel comfortable, understood and valued as an individual. Within this space, we will explore your current difficulties and challenges. Whether your journey shows the capabilities of strength and resiliency or leads you through tremendous pain and despair, we begin to see the possibility of individual healing and growth as we try to build upon your unique strengths and personality. "
Sarah E Pulver, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"This journey of life can sometimes be trying, difficult, and uncomfortable, but I believe that by meeting clients where they are and working together, we can create steps in a journey which will lead to a brighter future. I look forward to working with you to untangle and pull strings from the past, create meaning in the present and make space for healing in the future"
Transgender
Women's Issues
(267) 329-7095
Verified
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Transgender
Women's Issues
"This journey of life can sometimes be trying, difficult, and uncomfortable, but I believe that by meeting clients where they are and working together, we can create steps in a journey which will lead to a brighter future. I look forward to working with you to untangle and pull strings from the past, create meaning in the present and make space for healing in the future"
Colette A Grosso, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, MEd
Verified by Psychology Today
"Let my office be a place where you feel safe enough say out loud the thoughts that are keeping you stuck...the thoughts that others may not know how to help you with. Together, we will work to find better ways of thinking, behaving, and coping with emotions to improve your sense of well-being. I use a grounded and intuitive approach to help clients develop the best possible relationship with themselves and others. My work incorporates various approaches, including cognitive behavioral and mindfulness techniques."
Transgender
Women's Issues
(267) 244-7908
Verified
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Transgender
Women's Issues
"Let my office be a place where you feel safe enough say out loud the thoughts that are keeping you stuck...the thoughts that others may not know how to help you with. Together, we will work to find better ways of thinking, behaving, and coping with emotions to improve your sense of well-being. I use a grounded and intuitive approach to help clients develop the best possible relationship with themselves and others. My work incorporates various approaches, including cognitive behavioral and mindfulness techniques."
Melissa Krechmer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Finding a therapist can be a daunting task. I applaud you for being here. Therapy can help navigate some of life's most difficult and overwhelming challenges. I utilize a relational approach to work collaboratively with you to manage those challenges and move towards a healing path. My areas of practice are in LGBTQIA community, body and self image, and relationship issues. Contact me at melissakrechmertherapy@gmail.com or melissakrechmertherapy.com to schedule an appointment!"
Transgender
Women's Issues
(215) 876-2731
Verified
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Transgender
Women's Issues
"Finding a therapist can be a daunting task. I applaud you for being here. Therapy can help navigate some of life's most difficult and overwhelming challenges. I utilize a relational approach to work collaboratively with you to manage those challenges and move towards a healing path. My areas of practice are in LGBTQIA community, body and self image, and relationship issues. Contact me at melissakrechmertherapy@gmail.com or melissakrechmertherapy.com to schedule an appointment!"
April Gagne, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, MS, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Experiencing a period where we realize that life is not what we wanted or expected is difficult and often overwhelming. Relationship issues, life transitions, depression, anxiety, and trauma can all lead to stress and unhappiness. My calm and open approach addresses these concerns by creating a space where you can feel safe and comfortable to speak honestly. We begin by exploring thoughts and feelings to uncover patterns of thinking and acting and better understand where they came from. This enables you to begin to accept or change them and to heal from any pain they have caused."
Transgender
Women's Issues
(267) 642-5490
Verified
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Transgender
Women's Issues
"Experiencing a period where we realize that life is not what we wanted or expected is difficult and often overwhelming. Relationship issues, life transitions, depression, anxiety, and trauma can all lead to stress and unhappiness. My calm and open approach addresses these concerns by creating a space where you can feel safe and comfortable to speak honestly. We begin by exploring thoughts and feelings to uncover patterns of thinking and acting and better understand where they came from. This enables you to begin to accept or change them and to heal from any pain they have caused."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSS, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"My approach to therapy will activate your creativity, strengths, and resources to help you reach your goals, alleviate pain and feel more fully alive. You may have been disconnected from these, but I am skilled in helping people access their inner and outer resources in the service of growth and healing. I cultivate a collaborative, non-judgmental relationship by skillfully listening, and asking questions in order to understand what is important to YOU. I work with issues of anxiety, depression, past or current trauma, loss and grief, feeling stuck, difficulties with relationships, and life transitions.I am experienced in EMDR."
Transgender
Women's Issues
(215) 596-4049
Verified
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Transgender
Women's Issues
"My approach to therapy will activate your creativity, strengths, and resources to help you reach your goals, alleviate pain and feel more fully alive. You may have been disconnected from these, but I am skilled in helping people access their inner and outer resources in the service of growth and healing. I cultivate a collaborative, non-judgmental relationship by skillfully listening, and asking questions in order to understand what is important to YOU. I work with issues of anxiety, depression, past or current trauma, loss and grief, feeling stuck, difficulties with relationships, and life transitions.I am experienced in EMDR."

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Transgender (Gender Dysphoria) Therapists
We should make clear that not all the therapists listed here are transgender themselves. Rather, they specialize in helping with aspects of being transgender in 19102 and transgender identity. They help with trans life and trans relationships.

If you're transgender or are looking for help with transgender issues in 19102 or for a 19102 transgender therapist these professionals provide transgender counselling and transgender friendly care.

Transgender people in 19102 may meet the criteria for a diagnosis of gender dysphoria (historically called gender identity disorder (GID)) "only if being transgender causes distress or disability." This distress is referred to as gender dysphoria.

The professionals listed here include transgender friendly therapists in 19102, transgender friendly therapists in 19102, transgender friendly psychologists, and transgender friendly counselors.

Counseling for transgender issues in 19102 can help those living a transgendered life or transgender relationship; or family members coming to understand the life of their transgender child or sibling.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 19102 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 19102 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 19102 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 19102 or family therapy in 19102.