Therapists in Bucks County

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Jeff Auerbach, Psychologist  in Southampton
Psychologist, PsyD
“While I work with clients on all types of typical issues (such as anxiety, life and work stress, etc.), I primarily specialize in all things having to do with relationships. I am the author of the book "Irritating the Ones You Love- the Down and Dirty Guide to Better Relationships." I have helped hundreds of couples resolve conflicts and improve the happiness and quality of their relationships. For those who are still looking for the love of their life, I offer unique tools in helping people successfully negotiate the dating process and find lasting love.
Southampton, Pennsylvania 18966
(610) 915-8372
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
Advisory Ctr for Educational and Career Transit,   in Yardley
“Advisory Center for Educational and Career Transitions provides assessment, coaching and counseling for young people as they move from high shcool to college and from college to landing their first job. Our services include assistance with college and college major selections as well as a step by step training program to secure the "right job". Our job selection training includes one to one counseling on every aspect of the job search process including videotaped interview rehearsals, assistance in resume writing and identifying real job opportunities that match the candidate's interests, personality, work experience and educational background.
Yardley, Pennsylvania 19067
(215) 987-5934
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
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
Mark Howard Magerman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Langhorne
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW, BCD
“At each moment we are in a process of evolving from whom we have been to who we are becoming. I work using an experiential, dialogical and integrative approach to self-discovery and personal growth. Through compassionate understanding, confirmation of each persons' uniqueness, attention to present-moment experience and heightened awareness, we can complete what is unfinished from the past, giving way to our emerging creative selves. Understanding how processes can function to sustain disruptive patterns, as well as challenge and support the possibilities for creative problem-solving, can lead to deliberate actions that transform relationships between people, and between people and organizations.
Langhorne, Pennsylvania 19047
(215) 645-4521
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
Jyothsna S. Bhat, PsyD, Psychologist  in Newtown
“Does your child feel depressed? Do you have troubles communicating with your spouse? Feel stressed about work? I can help you learn how to cope with these issues head on! I have worked with children, adults, and families for over 10 years helping them deal with depression, anxiety, school issues, family problems, and other emotional and behavioral issues. I use a collaborative "I-C-A-N" approach to help empower clients to take an active role in their therapy. Ongoing homework and exercises are provided to ensure your getting the full benefits of therapy. Learn more at
Newtown, Pennsylvania 18940
(267) 293-9275
The Doctors Eig, LLC, Psychologist  in Newtown
“The Doctors Eig are Pennsylvania and New Jersey licensed psychologists, trained in cognitive-behavioral theory at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM), accredited by the American Psychological Association. They provide a range of clinical, forensic, and neuropsychological services to children, adolescents, and adults. The Doctors Eig deliver a careful and thoughtful integration of information, based upon scientific findings, to responsively meet the needs of their patients/clients.
Newtown, Pennsylvania 18940
(215) 600-1445
Linda Andrea Hart  in Newtown
“Are you motivated but having difficulty affording therapy? I can help. I have worked with individuals of all ages that have had difficulty with anxiety, depression, relationships, divorce and work stress. As a seasoned pre-licensed PhD Psychologist with post-doctoral experience, I am flexible with sliding-scale arrangements.
Newtown, Pennsylvania 18940
(804) 621-7206
Bill Montgomery, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Doylestown
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CGT, PhD-Sys
“Bill has received recognition for his work with couples, as well as individual adults and teenagers. He helps people find their way out of depression, anxiety, panic, anger, stress, mistrust, addiction of all types, trauma, harmful behavior, attention issues, and more. He works with individuals, couples, and families of all backgrounds. Bill helps bring positive change in relationships. He understands that clients often feel helpless or stuck and helps people rediscover their inner strength. He provides emotional tools and ideas to help improve their relationships and their lives. He has written a book covering some of these tools and concepts.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(215) 489-0826
Jill K Harle, Counselor  in Doylestown
Counselor, MACP, NCC, LPC
“Everybody experiences adversity differently. Not only is it is important to get to the core issues that are interfering with your daily functioning, but also to have someone provide understanding about these issues. My job is to focus on the presenting symptoms and work to get to the root of the problem. Whether you need individual or family counseling, I can provide it in a safe and comfortable atmosphere. By working together, you will be able to better identify strategies to help manage your symptoms and improve everyday life.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(215) 989-4395
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
Amy E. Stein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Warminster
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Create a life of wellness. Imagine for a moment that you feel peaceful, calm and relaxed. You find happiness in your relationships and discover joy in life. Learn how to use your strengths to achieve a life of peace, balance and wellness. Reduce stress by identifying new interests, exploring emotions, improving sleep and finding meaning and purpose in life. Improve relationships through communication with your children, spouse and significant others. Explore concerns about illness, address grief and loss and improve health with exercise and diet. Work toward new goals in counseling using creative, collaborative and problem-solving approaches.
Warminster, Pennsylvania 18974
(215) 600-1442 x327
Dina Ricciardi, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Doylestown
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW, ACSW
“Are you or is your child weighed down by life's challenges and using food as a way to cope? Welcome to my practice, where you will find a safe and supportive environment for you and your family to explore your relationship with food and create healthier habits and behavior patterns. Whether you are over or under weight, an emotional eater, or have a poor body image, talking about it really does help, and my practice offers an effective place for you to do so. It's not what you're eating, its what's eating you.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(215) 478-6835
Bucks County Counseling, Counselor  in Quakertown
“We are a fully state licensed Drug and Alcohol Outpatient Facility. We implement only evidence-based practices. Our clinical practice guidelines are based on current research findings along with recommendations by panels composed of experts in the field. Our clients will recieve the most effective treatment options available. Our counseling center is dedicated to providing a therapeutic environment that meets the individual and family needs. We promise to care for you and treat you with acceptance and empathy as you heal in mind, body, and spirit.
Quakertown, Pennsylvania 18951
(215) 392-0338
Mary McGloughlin, Counselor  in Newtown
Counselor, MS, LPC
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and Art Therapist with 15 years of professional experience working with issues related to divorce, blending families, childhood abuse, domestic violence, dating violence, foster care, grief/ loss, and family communication in general. I provide individual and family therapy, and also have openings in some child groups and teen groups that are starting soon: Self Compassion Group, Family Changes Group, Dealing with Anxiety Group, and Social Skills Support Group.
Newtown, Pennsylvania 18940
(908) 962-7249
Deborah Wiley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Doylestown
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSS, LCSW, ACSW, BCD, DCSW
“There is no one way to live, nor is there one standard of emotional well being. With more than 30 years of experience as a psychotherapist, and training in a broad range of therapeutic modalities, I prefer to shape my approach to reflect the needs, goals, and personal situation of the individual.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(215) 348-2825
Rachel Baker, Counselor  in Perkasie
Counselor, LPC, MA, CAADC
“At times, we all feel that there is something missing or out of place within us...this place within us can even get filled with addictions, unhealthy behaviors and relationships that get out of control. My plan is to partner with you on finding what gives you hope, a goal, as well as grabbing on to the motivation to change and practical steps to move you in the right direction! I treat older teens, adults and families who are struggling with making changes towards a healthier life.
Perkasie, Pennsylvania 18944
(267) 592-6351
Lee A Picariello, Psychologist  in Newtown
Psychologist, PsyD
“I work best with people who have difficulty connecting how their current role relates to a personal problem. If you often respond to stressful situations in similar ways with little resolve and are left feeling misunderstood (anxious) and/or alone (depressed), this is an example of learned behaviors that becomes more casual for people over time. I one-on-one coach to promote change and help develop realistic tools that assist you in-the-moment as a life event unfolds. Using a straightforward approach I can improve your insight, discourage old habits and improve your personal control.
Newtown, Pennsylvania 18940
(610) 983-8851

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