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Philip Friedman, Ph.D

Director: Foundation for Well-Being; Psychologist

46 Red Rowen Lane, Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania 19462

I create a safe, warm, caring atmosphere so that you can share your painful, feelings of hurt, anger, depression, bitterness, stress, sadness, helplessness, discouragement and hopelessness. You may also be experiencing guilt, fear, anxiety, shame or grief and serious relationship (marital, family, parent-child, partner, career/job) problems. I can help you shift from this state of emotional and mental distress to the experience of emotional and mental light. I can help you let go of the past and let go of “shoulding” on yourself, unrealistic expectations, perfectionism, self attack thoughts, loss and the sense you are ineffectual, unworthy, incompetent or deficient in some way or just no

Ellen Israel, Ph.D.

licensed psychologist

166 Bunn Drive #105, Princeton, New Jersey 08540

I am a psychologist specializing in parent child relationships and attachment disorder in children and adults. No child is too young or too old to benefit from parent child therapy and all concerns are appropriate for an appointment and consultation. Successful early relationships create a foundation for trust, self-worth, and long term social emotional health and competence. I also work with adults experiencing adverse manifestations of childhood trauma and disordered relationships. I believe that intergenerational relational trauma and dysfunction can be curtailed through treatment and the experience of healthy relationships within the current generation.

Lee Bowers, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist

210 Tower Road, Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085

I take a very holistic approach to psychology and psychotherapy. We truly are body, mind, and spirit, and I believe all three aspects must be honored. I generally take a problem-solving approach with my clients, first identifying the issues, and then looking at various options for resolution. I think psychotherapy should be a learning experience. This involves not only learning techniques to help you in a specific situation, but also, approaches to life that will serve you well long after therapy has concluded. And of course, you will most likely learn a lot about yourself in the process!

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