Therapists in Bucks County

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Maria G D'Errico, Psychologist  in Langhorne
Psychologist, PhD, JD
“Specializing in sex therapy:: I push my clients to explore parts of their mind and psyche to unlock their full potential and explore ways to make the necessary changes for good sex and a healthy relationship. As an AASECT certified sex therapist, I specialize in men's sexual health and couples therapy. For over 25 years I have practiced clinical psychology using different conversational methods to put my clients' minds at ease while they challenge and push themselves to resolve their issues.
Langhorne, Pennsylvania 19047
(215) 995-3236
Jennifer Wilt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fairless Hills
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, QCSW
“I have worked in the field of mental health for over ten years with a variety of age groups and ethnicities. I provide individual, couples, and family therapy. I cover a wide range of therapeutic issues such as adjustment/situational issues, depression, anxiety, anger, relationship, divorce, social skills, esteem, body image, self harm, suicidal thoughts, chronic pain, LGBT, and grief and loss.
Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania 19030
(267) 309-2053
Mary V Shull, Counselor  in Pipersville
Counselor, MEd, LPC, NCC
“Are you suffering from anxiety or depression? Are you feeling you lack meaning and purpose in life? Do you feel isolated and lonely? Have you ever experienced sexual or emotional abuse only to be told never to tell anyone? Have you experienced the loss of a child or loved one? Are you struggling in your closest relationships? I can help you work through these issues. As a compassionate and skillful therapist I have helped many client's move from a place where they felt stuck and hopeless to a place where they find life meaningful again. Let me help you live!
Pipersville, Pennsylvania 18947
(215) 326-9978
Brad Isserman, Psychologist  in Newtown
Psychologist, PhD
“I offer treatment for stress ,anxiety ,panic attacks ,depression and conflicts in relationships. I have been committed to helping people successfully work through these and many other issues which often result in improved self esteem and more satisfaction in one's relationships. I know it is always a courageous and positive step to ask for help. Therapy can be very useful to improve understanding in yourself and others, and to feel empowered as you learn to overcome these challenging issues.
Newtown, Pennsylvania 18940
(215) 579-1262
Laura Ferreri,   in Doylestown
“Helping persons find their own balance by creating a safe space for self-expression and establishing a trusting relationship are my goals as a therapist. Working together, I hope to help you identify limiting beliefs and behaviors that may be holding you back from being comfortable in your life and your relationships. Using a mix of theoretical and practical modalities, my work focuses on exploring past patterns and identifying strengths to help you live your authentic life.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(267) 612-4354
Joanne Adar, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Doylestown
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, QCSW
“Do you find that you are often feeling sad, angry, or anxious? Is this a particularly challenging time in your life, with more stress than you feel that you can manage? How about the important relationships in your life, are they characterized by trust, warmth, support and clear communication? You do not have to handle all of life's challenges alone. Therapy can provide support, resources, and insight.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(215) 694-6932
Lisa J Taylor, Psychologist  in Langhorne
Psychologist, PhD
“The decision to start psychotherapy can be a very emotional--even scary--endeavor. I am sensitive to the many concerns people have about psychotherapy and offer a non-intimidating, supportive, and empowering environment for self-exploration. In particular, I encourage patients to become more active participants in their own lives and to create opportunities for themselves that lead to permanent, life enhancing change. Psychotherapy is a challenging but rewarding process. Take your time to find a therapist who feels like the right match for you, and please congratulate yourself for taking this first step toward examining and enriching your life.
Langhorne, Pennsylvania 19047
(215) 741-7174
Dory Colavita, Psychologist  in Yardley
Psychologist, PHD
“Are you hesitant to talk with family and friends about about the issues that are bothering you? Have you tried confiding in those close to you about your struggles,and still feel out of control, overwhelmed, or discouraged? If you are struggling with anxiety, depression, an eating disorder, relationship issues, or life transitions, I would like to help you. I believe it is important to have someone you can confide in and trust to help you feel better and cope with the challenges you are facing. I believe it so strongly that I have made it my life's work.
Yardley, Pennsylvania 19067
(215) 995-3201
Joel Sperling, Counselor  in Holland
Counselor, MS, LPC
“Helping children reach their full potential, means meeting their needs not only academically, but also socially and emotionally. The pressure to succeed in school can be anxiety producing and lower a child's self-esteem. Through Cognitive Behavioral techniques and play therapy, I help students of all ages take more pride in their accomplishments and help them to overcome the obstacles standing in their way. I will work with children, adolescents and their families as they work to become more resilient and help them reach their goals.
Holland, Pennsylvania 18966
(215) 688-5720
Rachel Kuter Cleary, Counselor  in Newtown
Counselor, LPC, MA
“As a Licensed Professional Counselor, my focus is helping individuals overcome stress in their lives. Anxiety, depression, self-esteem and relationship problems often do not improve on their own. I understand asking for help is a difficult step, and I aim to provide a supportive, non-judgmental environment to help individuals work through their unique challenges. I utilize a collaborative approach that involves teaching, talking and practicing healthy ways to cope. I use cognitive and behavioral therapy to empower individuals to believe they deserve to feel better and make changes to improve their lives.
Newtown, Pennsylvania 18940
(484) 494-2100
Betsy Zazow, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Doylestown
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I work with teens, adults, couples, and families providing a safe, respectful, and confidential place to talk. In a therapy session we thoughtfully identify the areas in need of change in your life, as well as your personal strengths. We may discuss ways to improve communication in relationships, gain insight into the reasons for the problems, how to change unhealthy behaviors, and increase a sense of happiness and well-being. There are other reasons for coming to therapy sessions such as grief work, history of trauma, strengthening self understanding and personal goals, and achieving higher levels of functioning.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(215) 345-6252
Patricia Connors, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Furlong
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, CAC
“Whether you are searching for yourself or a loved one, I understand that this is a difficult time for you and your family. I offer confidential help to the individual and the family affected by substance abuse/addiction. I have been helping individuals with addiction for over 20 years. Through compassionate counseling, interventions and case management, I provide a space to begin the journey of recovery. One of my specialties is working with families whose loved one is resistant to getting help. This is the first step. There is hope!
Furlong, Pennsylvania 18925
(215) 392-4734
Cary S Rothstein, Psychologist  in Doylestown
Psychologist, PhD
“I have been in general practice for over 30 years, treating a wide range of ages and problems. My present focus is anxiety-based disorders; including panic attacks, phobias, OCD, and performance problems, such as insomnia, test anxiety, and sexual dysfunction. I also have a strong interest in psychological factors in health/illness; Medically-based interests include stress disorders, such as headache, hypertension, irritible bowel, as well as Post Traumatic Stress symptoms following an accident or assault. SPECIALTY PRACTICE NOW LIMITED TO ANXIETY/PANIC/PHOBIC/STRESS DISORDERS OF ADULTS AND CHILDREN. LIMITED INSURANCE ACCEPTANCE.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(215) 987-5182
Donna Monk, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Warminster
Marriage & Family Therapist, RN, MS, LMFT
“I am a Registered Nurse & a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist providing counseling services to individuals, couples & families. Combining my counseling skills with my nursing background gives me a broad view of the struggles clients share both physical & emotional. Building a therapeutic relationship provides a safe place where clients can identify their feelings, feel heard, gain clarity, discover options, and recognize they're not alone. I know how hard it can be to make that first call. It takes courage to acknowledge pain and do something about it. Making time to care for yourself can change your life. Thank you for considering my services.
Warminster, Pennsylvania 18974
(215) 987-5957
Kaitlin Simmer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Quakertown
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Personalization of treatment and clinical expertise are the foundation of my treatment approach. Individual preferences and ideas of the person are incorporated into this approach. I have a special interest in nutrition and relaxation techniques and have worked with many individuals with difficulties with anxiety and depression. There are so many strategies that can be used in psychotherapy to achieve positive results. Couples therapy and co-parenting also comprise a large part of my practice. Children with emotional and behavioral difficulties also find relief and growth in my therapy sessions. I value including parents in sessions and provide useful tools.
Quakertown, Pennsylvania 18951
(267) 915-6167
Marc Carafa, Psychologist  in Fountainville
Psychologist, PsyD
“Do you ever wish that life felt more fulfilling? Does it ever feel like you have a hard time knowing who you are, what you are feeling, or what you need? Do you ever wish that you felt more connected with others, and less isolated? There are times in life when we just feel "stuck," and have a hard time finding our way out. Many things can come along in life that get us off the track that we want to be on, whether it be depression, anxiety, grief, or hurtful events from our past.
Fountainville, Pennsylvania 18923
(215) 352-3134
Steven Marc Gursky, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bensalem
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I take a very personal and humanistic approach. All persons are unique and valuable deserving of respect and dignity. I have worked with all age groups in many settings (including Jewish Community Centers, Wraparound, prison) with individuals, families and with groups. My Masters degree is in Social Work and I am a Pennsylvania Clinical Licensed Social Worker, Level 1 and Level 2 EMDR trained (a therapy which has proven to be very successful with single incident trauma and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder).
Bensalem, Pennsylvania 19020
(215) 995-1123
Phylesha Banaszynski, Psychologist  in Doylestown
Psychologist, MEd
“I am a licensed psychologist with 30 years of facilitating positive change for children, adolescents and adults. I believe everyone desires a conscious, harmonious life; however, when patterns, habits or other life challenges create blocks that cannot be moved, then life feels stuck.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(267) 460-4938
Jean Ruttenberg, Counselor  in Warrington
Counselor, MA
“I am a therapist specializing in the treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder. For over twenty years I have provided individualized treatment to children and adults. I assist individuals with exploring and expanding their abilities in the areas of adaptive social-emotional development, self awareness, and confidence building to allow them to meet the demands of daily living. I work closely with family members in developing home strategies including behavioral supports, environmental modifications, and visual supports, that promote growth and independence. Therapy goals focus on the formation of skills that allow the individual with ASD to improve their quality of life.
Warrington, Pennsylvania 18976
(215) 874-5516
Jesse F Menarde, Counselor  in Langhorne
Counselor, MA, LPC
“As a licensed professional counselor, my focus is on strengthening family relationships, as well as helping individuals and couples balance their lives. Over the past ten years my experience in outpatient therapy has given me the opportunity to help families and individuals overcome difficulties in the areas of anxiety, depression, mood disorders, behavioral issues and other family discourse.
Langhorne, Pennsylvania 19047
(267) 403-4261

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