William Kelly, Ph.D., NCP


Location: 5725 Forward Ave, Suite 300, Pittsburgh 15217
Fast Contact: Email or Call Dr. Kelly.
Worry and StressGrief and Loss
Relationship IssuesTrauma and Abuse
Self-Understanding and IdentityPanic Disorder

My approach is compassionate, respectfully inquisitive, and tailored to your personality style and needs. As a therapist, my aim is to work with you to help you feel better and make the changes you need to live a richer, more fulfilling life.

Judith Moolten, Somatic Treatment Consultant, Communication Coach

IBSR One & Done Session & Somatic Tool

Location Near Therapist: Pittsburgh, PA
Fast Contact: Email or Call Judith.
Somatic TherapySomatoform Disorders
Body memoriesEMDR-IBSR Hybrid
Anxiety, DepressionGrief, Loss
PTSD, TSD, Complex stress NOSChronic Pain

We treat stress disorders and trauma with Integration Based Stress Removal (IBSR), the most effective somatic psychology method. We use no pharmaceuticals and offer immediate results with no relapses. IBSR treats stress and trauma in one session – One and Done.

Susan Stay and Associates, LCSW


Location: 470 Streets Run Road Suite 402, Pittsburgh 15236
Fast Contact: Email or Call Susan Stay and Associates.
Family And Couplesaddictions

If you are seeking services to manage day to day stress,relationship issues, trauma, depression, panic, anxiety or other issues that create distress and compromise our day to day living. We invite you to share with us the possibly of personal and relational growth.

Stephen Luther, MSEd, MEd, NCC, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Location: 1120 Greenfield Ave., Pittsburgh 15217
Fast Contact: Email or Call Stephen.
Christian CounselingMarriage
Foster Care/AdoptionSubstance Abuse

Grace Wellness Center has multiple practitioners at 14 offices throughout Western PA. At our offices you will experience an integrated clinical, faith based model of treatment. You are a whole person Body, Soul and Spirit; we will address all these areas in treatment.

Related Sites:
City of Pittsburgh
Pennsylvania State Board of Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists, and Professional Counselors Licensure Information

Therapy Pittsburgh, PA

Counseling Munhall, Baldwin, McKees Rocks, Carnegie, Wilkinsburg, Millvale

Pittsburgh is the second largest city in Pennsylvania, with around 313,000 residents in the city, and around 2.5 million in the greater metropolitan area. The city is known as the city of bridges with 446 bridges due to the three different rivers that flow through the city.1 The climate in Pittsburgh is one of colder temperatures in the winter and warm temperatures in the summer, and receives a lot of precipitation throughout the year. This is definitely a city where you can find an array of cultural activities for the whole family. For instance, there is the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, the Pittsburgh Opera, and the River City Brass Band. While this may seem a bit boring for kids, it is definitely a cultural experience that they could learn to enjoy. There is also a youth symphony that would have musical performances geared towards the younger patrons. The Pittsburgh Ballet is also great to visit, particularly during the holiday seasons when the Nutcracker is performed.

Mental Health in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh residents that face a mental health crisis can seek emergency assistance from the Resolve Crisis Network. Resolve offers intervention and stabilization services 24-hours a day, seven days a week. Walk-in services are offered to those who need to talk to someone about personal concerns or concerns they have about a loved one. A telephone hotline is also available. That number can be reached at 1-888-796-8226.2

Mobile mental health treatment is available to Pittsburgh area residents through Southwest Human Services. This community-based and home-based service is offered to individuals that are unable to seek assistance in a traditional setting. Southwest Human Services works with clients at locations comfortable for them, and provides programming that reduces stress, emotional strain, or distress due to mental illness. At this time, the program is available for adults 21 years of age and older who qualify for medical assistance. To learn more, call 412-831-8211.3

The Gay and Lesbian Community Center in Pittsburgh seeks to promote good mental health and social wellbeing of the city's LGBTQ community. The organization engages in advocacy and outreach programs that fight for equality and seek to raise awareness of the unique mental health needs of this population. Social support services are provided at the center and give people an opportunity to meet with others that struggle with depression, isolation, anxiety, and other conditions due to discrimination by the public or lack of acceptance by family or friends. Call 412-422-0114 to inquire about the support services that are offered.4

Current Initiatives

Stand Together is an initiative of Pittsburgh Cares and the Allegheny County Department of Human Services that seeks to stop the stigma of mental illness. The initiative focuses on providing positive learning experiences and training exercises for the city's youth that encourage acceptance of others and a better understanding of common mental illnesses. The program is ongoing in seven local middle schools and high schools. Contact Stand Together at 412-471-2114 to obtain further details.5


1. Greater Pittsburgh Convention and Visitors Bureau. (2014). Pittsburgh History. Retrieved from http://www.visitpittsburgh.com/about-pittsburgh/history/
2. University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. (2014). Resolve Crisis Network. Retrieved from http://www.upmc.com/services/behavioral-health/pages/resolve-crisis-network.aspx
3. Southwest Human Services. (2014). Mobile Mental Health Therapy. Retrieved from http://shs-pgh.org/other-services/
4. Gay and Lesbian Community Center. (2014). GLCC Mission Statement. Retrieved from http://www.glccpgh.org/about-the-glcc/mission
5. Pittsburgh Cares. (2014). Stand Together. Retrieved from http://standtogether.pittsburghcares.org/