Therapists in Bucks County

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Ravenhill Psychological Services, Treatment Facility  in Doylestown
“Since 2001, Ravenhill Psychological Services has been providing meaningful and responsive mental health treatment to the children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families of Bucks and its surrounding counties. In order to provide services to all members of the community who need it, Ravenhill offers both day and evening appointments, and accepts medical assistance and several commercial insurances. We pride ourselves on responding promptly to requests for service, so please contact us today to find out if Ravenhill participates with your particular insurance plan. Private pay options are also available. At Ravenhill, we will always incorporate the needs of the community into our current and future practice.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(215) 701-4092
Maureen McGurk, Counselor  in Doylestown
Counselor, MS, MEd, LPC, CAADC
“Within each of us is a unique essence that is striving to find its voice and grow in a positive and productive direction. For some of us, however, blocks develop that prevent us from growing toward our true potential and, essentially, we become stuck. The role of therpy was designed to help us uncover, understand, and move beyond these obstacles to once again continue our growth. As your therapist, we will work together exploring and eliminating those blockages preventing you from the enjoyment of a harmonious life.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(484) 238-0905
Emily M. Easterling, Counselor  in Doylestown
Counselor, MA, LPC
“Establishing a trusting relationship and an environment that is warm and supportive where clients feel safe and motivated to engage in their therapeutic journey is my essential goal. My approach to therapy is formulated by the uniqueness of the person, along with the uniqueness of the environmental and familial systems within which they have developed. Over the past 12 years, I have worked with individuals, groups, families, and couples and have treated several mental health conditions. Some conditions that I am more closely acquainted with include, Autism, Depression, Anxiety,Grief, ADHD, Self-esteem, Identity, and Interpersonal Conflicts.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(267) 800-2918
Nancy Logue, Psychologist  in Yardley
Psychologist, PhD
“Painful relationship issues and lifestyle struggles can interfere with all aspects of life. Distress, Depression, anxiety, marital conflict or alienation, job stress, losses and health problems impact the quality of home life, career functioning, physical and mental health. Effective psychotherapy can help you face these challenges and empower you to improve your life. With training and expertise in a variety of therapeutic techniques, I use a comprehensive, practical approach attuned to your needs and goals. I have many years experience helping couples, individuals and families connect with themselves and each other. Identifying, understanding and clearly communicating our true needs we can break destructive negative cycles.
Yardley, Pennsylvania 19067
(215) 995-5148
Elyse Stein Batoff, Psychologist  in Langhorne
Psychologist, MA, LMFT
“I am director of the Langhorne office of Council for Relationships. Throughout my 27 years of practice, I have assisted individuals, couples, and families overcome the emotional barriers that maybe hindering their lives as well as improve the quality of their important relationships. I enjoy working with a broad range of clients. I provide a supportive, non-judgmental environment where individuals can openly express and explore their feelings. I offer strategies to help people accomplish their goals. Excellent clinical care is provided. My policy is to respond quickly because I realize taking the first step is often a difficult one.
Langhorne, Pennsylvania 19047
(215) 874-8445 x2
Glenn A Heinrichs, Psychologist  in Warminster
Psychologist, PhD
“Dr. Heinrichs is the founder and CEO of Ivyland Counseling Center. We are a full service community mental health center that has assembled a team of 18 therapists from a broad array of disciplines and treatment approaches. We approach each client holistically, with a focus on addressing the whole person, not just the symptoms. Since effective therapy always begins with the connection between the therapist and client, we do our best to get you to the therapist that will fit you and your needs best. Visit us at www.IvylandCounselingCenter.com to learn more about our services and staff.
Warminster, Pennsylvania 18974
(267) 338-3207
Counselor, LPC, LP
“With more than twenty years experience both as an LPC and a Licensed Psychoanalyst, I combine the benefits of cognitive-behaviorism with psychoanalysis to create an warm, caring environment that invites my clients to express, explore and grow from the experience of opening themselves to new strategies, new ways of perceiving. Whether your diagnosis is depression, grief, anxiety, trauma, divorce, career difficulties, or stress relief, together we will work to find solutions tailored to you as an individual. My approach is compassionate, eclectic, holistic. If you have questions, please do not hesitate to call. l look forward to speaking with you.
Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania 18977
(215) 995-1113
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Richboro, Pennsylvania 18954
(267) 699-3752
Florrie Fisher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Southampton
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSS, LCSW
“Are you feeling tired, overwhelmed, angry, or confused? Is there a change in your appetite? Are you having trouble sleeping? Talking with an experienced therapist will help you sort out and clarify issue(s)for change and a more satisfying life. I have over 25 years of experience helping individuals deal with depression and anxiety related to relationships, transitions in life, health, and loss of a loved one or a pet. I also assist people deal with issues related to aging.
Southampton, Pennsylvania 18966
(215) 600-4759
Marianne Welch Salkind, Counselor  in Langhorne
Counselor, MS, LMT, LPC
“I Specialize in individual & family counseling and PTSD, trauma therapy for Veterans and their families. Using creative counseling techniques integrating Mindfulness, art therapy to enhance therapeutic outcomes with adults, children, adolescents and teens. I am a trained EMDR therapist for those who have experienced trauma in it's many forms. I also have advanced training in: Stress management, Loss and Grief therapy, Behavioral Modification and Mindfulness therapy. I am a member in good standing with the American Counseling Association; the Association of Cognitive Behavioral Therapists and EMDRIA.
Langhorne, Pennsylvania 19047
(215) 920-4325
Manuel J Rivera, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newtown
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LPC, NCC
“I have worked with several programs based in psychological theory in which I have worked alongside young adults who have been diagnosed with a wide range of addictive and mental health disorders. I use an existential approach to help increase the quality of life in my clients. My aim as a clinician is to help those realize that, although we are imperfect, we can make great decisions and are capable of wonderful things once the time and effort of counseling can be provided. I believe I can offer an environment of serenity and warmth for a chance to grow.
Newtown, Pennsylvania 18940
(215) 392-2507
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, LMFT
“My focus is family dynamics,whether I see a family, a couple, or individuals. Sometimes our growth is stunted and we get stuck in ineffectual patterns of behavior requiring some change to florish. I use EMDR, Brainspotting and other mind body techniques to assist your process of change. I like child centered play therapy because it involves the parents directly in the process of change in their children. Parents are the most powerful enablers for their children and have the ability to effect change in a way that another outside the family cannot.
Southampton, Pennsylvania 18966
(215) 987-5034 x3
Marina Frayman, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Warminster
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MS
“Sometimes the pressures of family, work, and relationships have a scary way of making us feel that our choices are limited. The result of this taxing lifestyle leads to unhealthy coping skills, eventually causing feelings of depression, anxiety, and the development of substance abuse issues, amongst other addictions and mental health ailments. My goal is to help individuals learn to manage stressors within healthy and productive limits. I recognize that asking for help during a time of need isn't easy, and as your therapist, I'll be here to lend a helping hand within a safe and judgement free environment.
Warminster, Pennsylvania 18974
(267) 535-2236
Stephanie Vassallo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newtown
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“No matter what you need to navigate through and find peace with, I can help guide you. Do you feel stuck or overwhelmed? When you are struggling it can be hard to see the big picture. Together we will help you focus and gain heightened awareness of yourself and and how to cope with past or present tough situations. Once this occurs, it will lead to improvement in all spheres of your life. I believe that it is never too late to figure out who you are and how you best fit into the world!
Newtown, Pennsylvania 18940
(215) 874-3830
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
Brad Shamis, Psychologist  in Bensalem
Psychologist, PhD
“Dr. Shamis’ clinical experience provides the diagnostic expertise to target the exact cause of individual problems and formulate an elimination strategy. By precisely identifying the nature of personal thoughts and feelings associated with these problems, he facilitates a natural growth process within each person. This ultimately allows people to access their own capacities for wise self-direction, and improve the way they think about problems. Dr. Shamis is so successful because he effectively creates a permanent shift in perception of real events and relationships, and provides positive attitudes toward life.
Bensalem, Pennsylvania 19020
(215) 995-3085
Biju Basil, Psychiatrist  in Yardley
Psychiatrist, MD
“Education: 1988-1993 Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS); St. Johns Medical College and Hospital, Bangalore, India 1993-1994 Rotating Internship; 1995-1998 Resident Dept of Psychiatry; National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences Bangalore, India 1998-1999 Senior Research Fellow Dept of Psychiatry; National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences Bangalore, India 2002-2004; Resident Dept of Psychiatry Drexel University College of Medicine Philadelphia, PA; Resident Medical Officer Cortinas Hospital, Chellanam, Kochi, India 1999 Registrar; Attending Psychiatrist MHM Services Philadelphia, PA 2006- 2006; Psychiatrist Fairmount Behavioral Health Services Philadelphia, PA; 2006- present Attending Psychiatrist Friends Hospital(Drexel University), Philadelphia
Yardley, Pennsylvania 19067
(215) 977-4375
Rosemarie Brennan, Counselor  in Warminster
Counselor, MS, LPC
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and Psychotherapist with deep interest, experience and clinical training in helping adults identify and work through the underlying issues that produce symptoms, such as depression and anxiety. Much of my therapeutic focus has been aimed toward helping people as they gently navigate through stages of grief and loss and difficult life transitions; helping people to best cope with the challenge of balancing family and work; providing support to parents of teens and emerging adults as they become increasingly independent; and providing support to caregivers for aging parents.
Warminster, Pennsylvania 18974
(267) 592-3032
Christopher Pittelli, Counselor  in Doylestown
Counselor, MA, LPC, NCC
“Deciding to call a therapist and reach out for support with life's challenges requires courage and a leap of faith in your self. Your desire to end your suffering is where this healing journey begins. Your call or email is the first step. If you are reading this, the time is now. I understand the human condition, the trepidation about going to therapy and the place you are in life right now. I am here for you. Know that aside from decades of professional training as a therapist, I have also been a client for my own personal growth and healing.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18902
(267) 282-6084
Lauren DeSouza, Counselor  in Warminster
Counselor, MS, LPC
“Sometimes life challenges can be difficult to cope with and making a choice to seek therapy can be scary in itself. Each person is unique in their own way and I recognize the importance of "meeting you where you are at." I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and I specialize in treating adolescents and adults struggling with Addiction, Co-Occurring Disorders, Anxiety, Depression, and Adjustment/Transition difficulties.
Warminster, Pennsylvania 18974
(215) 977-4471

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