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Jennifer Bullock, M.Ed, M.L.S.P., LPC
Licensed Profesional Counselor
Location Near Therapist: Philadelphia, PA
|Couples And Family||Depression|
Jennifer offers compassionate expertise to help you create the life and relationships you want
Natasha Chang, M.S. MFT
Marriage Family Therapist
Location: 232 S. 4th street, Philadelphia 19106
|Marriage Therapy||Family Therapy|
|Individual Therapy||Anxiety Focused Therapy|
|Addiction Focused Therapy||Emotionaly Focused Therapy|
Natasha works with individuals, couples and families to improve communication resolve conflict and achieve a greater satisfaction and joy in their relationships. Natasha helps couples establish or restore intimacy in their relationship, even after such traumatic event
Eric Levin, Ph.D.
Location: 628 S. Broad St., 2nd Floor, Philadelphia 19146
I believe that the relationship in therapy is truly healing. Honesty, compassion and sometimes a sense of humor can be powerful medicine.
In our culture, I think it's easy to forget how to feel really alive. My goal is to help people feel more alive.
Esther Kaplin, MA
Esther Kaplin Recovery Management Specialist
Location Near Therapist: Philadelphia, PA
|Relationship Difficulties||Addiction Recovery Management|
As both therapist and trained personal recovery care coach I can provide professional guidance, supported by a solid plan. Together we will develop the practical skills you’ll need to manage your issues, and ensure you lead a more balanced and fulfilling life.
Kelly Romirowsky, PsyD
Location: 2133 Arch St Suite 302, Philadelphia 19103
|Stress Management||Relationship Issues|
|Dating Stress||Excessive Worrying|
|Test Anxiety||Panic Attacks|
|Learning Disabilities||Academic/ Professional Issues|
I use a solution-focused approach to help you address the issue(s) you are facing today. We will collaboratively set goals for our work together and measure your success every session. We will also focus on preventing a relapse of the same issues or symptoms.
Walter Matweychuk, Ph.D.
Location: 255 South 17th Street; Suite 2900, Philadelphia 19103
|Emotional Disturbance||Relationship Issues|
|Anger Management||Addictions (Substances & Sex)|
|Lack Of Self-Discipline||Infidelity|
|Life Coaching||Loss Or Grief|
I will show you how make yourself upset over what happens. Although life gives you an opportunity to get upset you largely make yourself disturbed. You can choose a different philosophy so you can more effectively change what can be changed.
Craig Cohen, PhD, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Location: 1601 Walnut Street, #403, Philadelphia 19102
|Relationship Issues||Life Transitions|
I provide an open and safe environment for people who are struggling with depression, anxiety, a significant life transition or problems in their relationships.
Alex Caroline Robboy, CAS, MSW,LCSW
licensed Clinical Social Worker & Certified Sex Therapist
Location: 233 S. 6th Street # C33, Philadelphia 19106
|Sex Therapy||Marriage Counseling|
|Obsessive / Compulsive||Imago Therapy|
I believe that each individual is unique and can develop the skills necessary to achieve a fulfilling life. There is not one best way of living; however, there are ways in which you could experience more pleasure and achieve an increased amount of satisfaction in life.
Elizabeth Earnshaw, MFT
Marriage and Family Therapist
Location: 1500 Walnut Street Suite 700, Philadelphia 19102
Even if you do not feel this inside, the statement you make by attending therapy is "I matter", "I am important" & "I deserve to have and live a life that feels good". I am ready to hear about whatever is happening in your life right now and help you find fulfillment.
Dr. Kevin Fleming, Ph.D.
Location: Philadelphia 19019
|Emotional Issues||Partner Conflict/Relational|
|Behavior Change||Peak Performance|
|Weight Loss||Executive Coaching|
Grey Matters International, Inc and the work of Kevin J. Fleming, Ph.D.is not counseling or the professional practice of psychology. We help the brain do the changing with powerful technology that can dramatically reduce time,frustration, and money spent on your goals
City of Philadelphia
Pennsylvania Board of Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists and Professional Counselors
Counseling Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Therapist Bella Vista, Devil's Pocket, Dickinson Narrows, East Passyunk Crossing, Girard Estate, Greenwich, Grays Ferry, Hawthorne, Italian Market
Philadelphia is the city of Brotherly Love and was named by William Penn, a Quaker who was granted the land by charter in 1681 by Charles XI of England in repayment of a debt. Penn wanted Philadelphia to reflect rural England and be a place where people could worship freely. The history of Philadelphia is a long and hard one beginning in the late 1800s and still continuing today. Due to the history in the area, there are events going on to commemorate the history throughout the year. You can be a part of these activities as well as enjoy the rich culture. National Historic sites include Independence National Historic Park,1 Independence Hall where the Declaration of Independence was signed and Liberty Bell. The preponderance of Victorian and Georgian architecture can be seen in the famous row houses in the north of the city.
Mental Health in Philadelphia
If you are seeking mental health services you will be able to find a variety of organizations focused on the well being of Philadelphia's citizens. The Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability Services (DBHIDS) provides various resources and opportunities for those seeking help.2 Services offered include behavioral health screening, mental health first aid, and a Recovery Wellness Community Center. To learn more about their state-of-the-art services, please contact DBHIDS at 215-685-5400.
For those in the Philadelphia metropolitan area that suffer from poor mental health and hopelessness, there are plenty of adequate options for free and low-cost services throughout the city. St. Elizabeth's Wellness Center offers a variety of mental health services and evaluations including therapy, testing, and medical care.3 To learn more about these services and others like them, please contact 215-235-3110 ext. 5609.
LaSalle University is just one of many higher education programs that prepare students for practice as a mental health clinician. The School of Arts and Sciences offers a number of graduate programs in the mental health field, including a Master of Arts in Professional Clinical Counseling. Graduates of this program are highly trained in clinical aspects of mental health, including assessment, treatment and theory. The program's philosophy is client-centered, and graduates reflect that approach to therapy. The program prepares students for licensure in Pennsylvania as a Licensed Professional Counselor. Call 215-951-1767 for more information.4
1. Independence National Historic Park. (2013). National Park Service - Home.
Retrieved from http://www.nps.gov/inde/index.htm
2. Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability Services. (2013). Home.
Retrieved from http://dbhids.org/
3. St. Elizabeth's Wellness Center. (2013). Services.
Retrieved from http://www.projecthome.org/services/community/health.php
4. LaSalle University. (2014). Counseling and Family Therapy Master's Programs.
Retrieved from http://www.lasalle.edu/grad/index.php?section=clinical&page=index