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"Are anxiety, panic, chronic worry or self-doubt affecting you at home, work, or in your relationships? Or perhaps you're in a season of grief, loss or depression. Parent-child conflicts, being a new mom or dad, and caregiver fatigue, can leave you doubting yourself, feeling overwhelmed, out of control, angry and burned out. If any of these issues resonate with you, know that you are NOT alone! And, I think I can help. For 30 years, I've helped people just like you navigate these rough waters and come through in a much better place."
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"Are anxiety, panic, chronic worry or self-doubt affecting you at home, work, or in your relationships? Or perhaps you're in a season of grief, loss or depression. Parent-child conflicts, being a new mom or dad, and caregiver fatigue, can leave you doubting yourself, feeling overwhelmed, out of control, angry and burned out. If any of these issues resonate with you, know that you are NOT alone! And, I think I can help. For 30 years, I've helped people just like you navigate these rough waters and come through in a much better place."
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"I like to work with individuals who are motivated to change or couples and families that want to change but just don't know how. Also, sometimes people are experiencing symptoms and are not sure where they come from or how to escape the pain. I can work collaboratively to help alleviate the anxiety and depressive symptoms by creating an improved lifestyle and internal peace of mind."
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"I like to work with individuals who are motivated to change or couples and families that want to change but just don't know how. Also, sometimes people are experiencing symptoms and are not sure where they come from or how to escape the pain. I can work collaboratively to help alleviate the anxiety and depressive symptoms by creating an improved lifestyle and internal peace of mind."
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"Glade Run has a 165 year history of service to individuals in need in our communities. With a range of caring and professional client-focused therapists, we are able to help you set and reach your personal goals. With office locations in Zelienople, Butler, Beaver Falls, and Pittsburgh, Glade Run is ready and available to help. "
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"Glade Run has a 165 year history of service to individuals in need in our communities. With a range of caring and professional client-focused therapists, we are able to help you set and reach your personal goals. With office locations in Zelienople, Butler, Beaver Falls, and Pittsburgh, Glade Run is ready and available to help. "
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"I am a clinical psychologist with 30 years' experience working in diverse settings. My experience is most extensive in the treatment of children, adolescents and their families (including behavior problems, ADHD, anxiety, and parenting issues), although I also provide mental health services to adults and couples. My basic approach to therapy is to help the client/family to identify and build on current strengths and become more aware of ways to use these strengths while also developing new skills that will be helpful in addressing the concerns that are presently causing stress/distress for the client/family."
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"I am a clinical psychologist with 30 years' experience working in diverse settings. My experience is most extensive in the treatment of children, adolescents and their families (including behavior problems, ADHD, anxiety, and parenting issues), although I also provide mental health services to adults and couples. My basic approach to therapy is to help the client/family to identify and build on current strengths and become more aware of ways to use these strengths while also developing new skills that will be helpful in addressing the concerns that are presently causing stress/distress for the client/family."
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"I truly value people. I believe that our worth came at birth and nothing can take that from us. I believe recovery is possible for all people. I am committed to individuals, families, and or groups striving to achieve a better quality of life regardless of what the circumstances may present. I realize in our society that people are judged for a multitude of reasons but I guarantee you will not be judged by me. I am very empathetic to anyone struggling in life and will listen intently to whatever problems you or your loved one may be experiencing."
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
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(724) 230-8071
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"I truly value people. I believe that our worth came at birth and nothing can take that from us. I believe recovery is possible for all people. I am committed to individuals, families, and or groups striving to achieve a better quality of life regardless of what the circumstances may present. I realize in our society that people are judged for a multitude of reasons but I guarantee you will not be judged by me. I am very empathetic to anyone struggling in life and will listen intently to whatever problems you or your loved one may be experiencing."
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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."
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
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(724) 705-0052
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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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"Are you looking to strengthen relationships or find solutions for current obstacles? Together we can look at any problem without judgement, in a relaxed space, where you feel safe sharing thoughts, feelings and concerns. I believe therapy is a process that should be personalized to you so that you gain fulfillment in multiple life domains, while also developing a deeper sense of stability. Together we can work on improving relationships or an individualized healing process so that emotional intimacy and joy can flourish in your life."
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
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"Are you looking to strengthen relationships or find solutions for current obstacles? Together we can look at any problem without judgement, in a relaxed space, where you feel safe sharing thoughts, feelings and concerns. I believe therapy is a process that should be personalized to you so that you gain fulfillment in multiple life domains, while also developing a deeper sense of stability. Together we can work on improving relationships or an individualized healing process so that emotional intimacy and joy can flourish in your life."
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"If you are motivated to make changes in your life, there is a solution to your problem and nothing is impossible. I treat individuals, couples, and families; specializing in many issues, such as anxiety and depression, substance abuse, relationships, and grief/loss. I facilitate a weekly group for people who are recovering from all types of addition. My facility is located in a discrete area, easily accessible by several major highways and my hours are flexible. You can email me at drweis2013@gmail.com or visit our website at http://drweis.vpweb.com. I look forward to hearing from you!"
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Grief
(724) 841-1826
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Grief
"If you are motivated to make changes in your life, there is a solution to your problem and nothing is impossible. I treat individuals, couples, and families; specializing in many issues, such as anxiety and depression, substance abuse, relationships, and grief/loss. I facilitate a weekly group for people who are recovering from all types of addition. My facility is located in a discrete area, easily accessible by several major highways and my hours are flexible. You can email me at drweis2013@gmail.com or visit our website at http://drweis.vpweb.com. I look forward to hearing from you!"
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"I am committed to providing a safe and comfortable environment for you to explore and learn about a multitude of issues. I believe the most important part of therapeutic work is forming a positive relationship with my clients that facilitates honesty and change. I strive to assist clients and their families to reach identified treatment goals and improve overall life satisfaction for all involved. I am qualified to work with a multitude of concerns such as marriage counseling, grief/loss, family interventions, and mental health concerns."
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Grief
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"I am committed to providing a safe and comfortable environment for you to explore and learn about a multitude of issues. I believe the most important part of therapeutic work is forming a positive relationship with my clients that facilitates honesty and change. I strive to assist clients and their families to reach identified treatment goals and improve overall life satisfaction for all involved. I am qualified to work with a multitude of concerns such as marriage counseling, grief/loss, family interventions, and mental health concerns."
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"Whether you're struggling with a particular issue or just feeling alone in this world, Good Choices Counseling, LLC can help. We provide a caring environment in which you can identify and explore those issues that may be getting in the way of a more rewarding home life/career or more fulfilling relationships. The goal is to help provide you with the insights and tools you need to move beyond old, limiting, beliefs and behaviors. In Spiritual Counseling, we love our Lord and want to help you build your faith, hope, trust and obedience in Him!"
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Grief
(724) 991-0048
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"Whether you're struggling with a particular issue or just feeling alone in this world, Good Choices Counseling, LLC can help. We provide a caring environment in which you can identify and explore those issues that may be getting in the way of a more rewarding home life/career or more fulfilling relationships. The goal is to help provide you with the insights and tools you need to move beyond old, limiting, beliefs and behaviors. In Spiritual Counseling, we love our Lord and want to help you build your faith, hope, trust and obedience in Him!"
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"Christian Counseling Associates (CCA) provides individual, marriage, and family counseling. We serve Christians who want their faith integrated into the counseling process and those holding any beliefs or attitudes toward spirituality. Our counselors will help you identify the core issues that have caused your emotional and personal problems, and immediately develop strategies to resolve these issues. CCA is able to provide a full range of clinical services. Please visit our website at www.ccawpa.com for a complete description of our faith based counseling services, locations, and counseling staff."
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Grief
(724) 472-4157
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"Christian Counseling Associates (CCA) provides individual, marriage, and family counseling. We serve Christians who want their faith integrated into the counseling process and those holding any beliefs or attitudes toward spirituality. Our counselors will help you identify the core issues that have caused your emotional and personal problems, and immediately develop strategies to resolve these issues. CCA is able to provide a full range of clinical services. Please visit our website at www.ccawpa.com for a complete description of our faith based counseling services, locations, and counseling staff."
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"My goal in providing therapy is to promote a judgement free, non-anxious presence so that you can explore and grow in ways that feel right to you. By using a mix of traditional and trauma-informed therapy styles, we will work together towards healing and authenticity. Whether you struggle with abuse, discrimination, anxiety, depression, need to hone your coping skills or discover your future path, I'm here for you."
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Grief
(724) 202-1590
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"My goal in providing therapy is to promote a judgement free, non-anxious presence so that you can explore and grow in ways that feel right to you. By using a mix of traditional and trauma-informed therapy styles, we will work together towards healing and authenticity. Whether you struggle with abuse, discrimination, anxiety, depression, need to hone your coping skills or discover your future path, I'm here for you."
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"My specialities are in mood and anxiety disorders, trauma, grief and couples therapy. I am a certified trauma professional, certified in DBT, Level II trained in EMDR, Level 3 in Brainspotting and Level III trained in Gottman Marital Therapy. I am also a Board Certified Coach. I specialize in adults, adolescents, couples and families."
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Grief
(724) 677-3301
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Grief
"My specialities are in mood and anxiety disorders, trauma, grief and couples therapy. I am a certified trauma professional, certified in DBT, Level II trained in EMDR, Level 3 in Brainspotting and Level III trained in Gottman Marital Therapy. I am also a Board Certified Coach. I specialize in adults, adolescents, couples and families."
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"I believe the most effective therapists are those that are genuine, caring and always put their clients needs first. I have years of experience working with Addiction, Mental Health, and Families. I pride myself in being honest, trustworthy, patient, dedicated, compassionate, insightful, organized, personable, and optimistic. My desire to deeply understand problems, situations, and people led me to pursue a career as a Professional Counselor which I embrace to this day and take great pride in. Being a part of a person's transformation and helping them to become better versions of themselves is truly inspiring."
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Grief
(412) 426-3202
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Grief
"I believe the most effective therapists are those that are genuine, caring and always put their clients needs first. I have years of experience working with Addiction, Mental Health, and Families. I pride myself in being honest, trustworthy, patient, dedicated, compassionate, insightful, organized, personable, and optimistic. My desire to deeply understand problems, situations, and people led me to pursue a career as a Professional Counselor which I embrace to this day and take great pride in. Being a part of a person's transformation and helping them to become better versions of themselves is truly inspiring."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, CST, CCTP
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"Do you feel invisible? Has life lost it's zest? Do you feel like you and your spouse can't communicate? Are you talking about the same things over and over again and not getting anywhere? It is never too late to look at areas of your life that create significant stress and make a change; or take a troubled relationship and turn it into a healthy, loving, supportive union. I have had great success helping individuals & couples identify and resolve persistent issues helping them live the life they want. My passion is to motivate you to realize your full potential and achieve your dreams."
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Grief
(724) 479-7929
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Grief
"Do you feel invisible? Has life lost it's zest? Do you feel like you and your spouse can't communicate? Are you talking about the same things over and over again and not getting anywhere? It is never too late to look at areas of your life that create significant stress and make a change; or take a troubled relationship and turn it into a healthy, loving, supportive union. I have had great success helping individuals & couples identify and resolve persistent issues helping them live the life they want. My passion is to motivate you to realize your full potential and achieve your dreams."
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Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC, NBCC
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"Post Traumatic Stress Disorder can impact your life for years. I practice E.M.D.R. therapy along with conventional treatments to help end the trauma and other concerns. Yes, EMDR therapy can be done online! Couples and Family Counseling, Court-ordered Anger Managment, Opposial and Defiant Behaviors in children, Anxiety and Depression are other specialities. I love it that on-line therapy saves you time, travel expense and is very efficient."
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Grief
(724) 359-0327
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Grief
"Post Traumatic Stress Disorder can impact your life for years. I practice E.M.D.R. therapy along with conventional treatments to help end the trauma and other concerns. Yes, EMDR therapy can be done online! Couples and Family Counseling, Court-ordered Anger Managment, Opposial and Defiant Behaviors in children, Anxiety and Depression are other specialities. I love it that on-line therapy saves you time, travel expense and is very efficient."
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"Welcome to Slippery Rock Counseling Services! Are you feeling depressed, lonely, or stressed out? Do you have difficulty managing relationships or daily activities? If you are having these challenges Counseling can help! Making that first call to seek counseling services for you or a family member is often a very difficult decision. Once you have made the commitment to enter counseling you will be paired with a licensed therapist who will work with you during this journey. Together you will explore your past and present concerns, solve the challenges you are facing, and move towards finding balance and peace in life."
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Grief
(724) 300-1331
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Grief
"Welcome to Slippery Rock Counseling Services! Are you feeling depressed, lonely, or stressed out? Do you have difficulty managing relationships or daily activities? If you are having these challenges Counseling can help! Making that first call to seek counseling services for you or a family member is often a very difficult decision. Once you have made the commitment to enter counseling you will be paired with a licensed therapist who will work with you during this journey. Together you will explore your past and present concerns, solve the challenges you are facing, and move towards finding balance and peace in life."
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"A person acts and reacts based on their knowledge, experiences and the world in which they live. That tells me that each person is unique. I utilize elements of many techniques to help individuals better understand themselves and the situations they have been in and are currently in. We can't change our past or others. However, we can gain knowledge, insight and skills to improve ourselves and help us cope with what we can't change. My goal is to aid you in identifying and learning skills to help you grow and live a happier life."
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"A person acts and reacts based on their knowledge, experiences and the world in which they live. That tells me that each person is unique. I utilize elements of many techniques to help individuals better understand themselves and the situations they have been in and are currently in. We can't change our past or others. However, we can gain knowledge, insight and skills to improve ourselves and help us cope with what we can't change. My goal is to aid you in identifying and learning skills to help you grow and live a happier life."
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"I work primarily with children, teens, adults and families who want to overcome traumatic experiences from the past. I believe the therapeutic relationship is at the core of our work together. I work collaboratively with clients and provide a place of unconditional acceptance where individuals can feel safe enough to give voice to their pain and find freedom to move forward to a different future. Areas of focus include depression, anxiety, trauma, life transitions, and mood disorders."
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"I work primarily with children, teens, adults and families who want to overcome traumatic experiences from the past. I believe the therapeutic relationship is at the core of our work together. I work collaboratively with clients and provide a place of unconditional acceptance where individuals can feel safe enough to give voice to their pain and find freedom to move forward to a different future. Areas of focus include depression, anxiety, trauma, life transitions, and mood disorders."
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"Rick specializes in work with early-life abuse and neglect. Over 30 years of work with domestic violence/abuse include training of police response to domestic violence, as well as therapy for victims. Rick also counsels couples with problems with communication, chemical and behavioral addictions, anger, infidelity, intimacy, and “lifestyle” conflicts."
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"Rick specializes in work with early-life abuse and neglect. Over 30 years of work with domestic violence/abuse include training of police response to domestic violence, as well as therapy for victims. Rick also counsels couples with problems with communication, chemical and behavioral addictions, anger, infidelity, intimacy, and “lifestyle” conflicts."

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