Therapists in 18901

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Joanne Y Whitworth, Counselor  in Doylestown
Counselor, MA, NCC, LPC
“Life can be overwhelming. There can be struggles; relationship issues, life transitions, the trauma of an accident or abuse. Sometimes talking with friends or family doesn't help. Talking with someone who can listen carefully, who is empathic and offers confidentiality can help. I believe it is this therapeutic relationship, based on a foundation of trust and respect that provides a safe place to take the risks that are necessary for change. I can help you recognize your internal strengths and positive qualities which will encourage you to see more possibilites for yourself.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(267) 354-7305
Denise Olesky  in Doylestown
“Hello and welcome! My focus as a therapist is an overall sense of well being. Positive mental health that is free of stress, anxiety, and worry can create a life filled with personal growth and personal satisfaction. Alleviating symptoms of depression, anxiety, and negative thoughts can help individuals find joy in day-to-day activities and relationships and create a more rewarding and fulfilling life. I support individuals in a warm non-judgmental environment where they can build a strong sense of self and move towards their desired path in life.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(239) 628-3988
Cheryl H. Litzke, Ph.D, LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Doylestown
Marriage & Family Therapist
“For 30+ years I have worked with individuals, couples and families, instilling hope that their relationships and lives can be much improved. Problems in relationships often stem from previous unmet needs and expectations that are carried into the present. People come to my office seeking help at various transition points whether they be the challenges of marriage, parenting, family stressors such as illness/death or general relational challenges. I work with individuals all along the age spectrum. People find me to be a warm, comfortable and trustworthy person with whom to share. Find out more at www.cheryllitzke.com.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(215) 995-0202 x1
Jan Carey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Doylestown
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Do you find yourself stuck in a repetitive negative interaction with your partner? Would you like to rebuild a secure connection with them? Forget about learning how to argue better, analyzing your childhood, making grand romantic gestures, or experimenting with new sexual positions. Instead get to the emotional underpinnings of your relationship by recognizing that you are attached to and dependent on your partner much in the same way that a child is on a parent for nurturing, soothing and protection. Learn the pattern of conflict you and your partner keep engaging in, so that you can step out of it.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(215) 253-6226
Lynne Henderson Welsh, M.S. & Associates, Counselor  in Doylestown
“Sometimes people are discontent with their lives but may not understand why this is so or know how to change their lives or situations. In some cases the discomfort is a result of frustration or dissatisfaction with where you find yourself at this point in your life. In other cases a client may be experiencing a deeper sense of unhappiness, perhaps even a life- long battle to find peace and happiness. In either situation, my work focuses on helping sort through the issues and feelings that prevent people from feeling happy and comfortable in their life and within their relationships.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(215) 240-8908
Laura A Favin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Doylestown
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LP
“My goal is to help you to be able to get what it is you want in life. This is done through finding comfort in having all of your thoughts and feelings so that you can make clear choices about the best steps for you to take. Talking really does help. Having another person to discuss issues, concerns, worries and interests with can make a tremendous difference.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(917) 209-6534
Joyce Cooney, LPC Intern  in Doylestown
LPC Intern, MS
“I have worked with adolescents for over ten years, the last six working as a counselor in a therapeutic high school, serving students diagnosed with mental health disorders and/or on the Autism spectrum. Some of the presenting issues I have treated include: anger,eating disorders, anxiety, depression, grief, and substance abuse.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(215) 631-3369
Susan R. Hansen LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Doylestown
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“"Are the problems in my life because of the people around me, or is there something wrong with me?" Susan Hansen uses the most current Cognitive Behavioral techniques in a Sociological perspective to guide you through the rethinking of your current relational concerns. Susan uses the 'Gottman Method' when working with couples. The Gottman Institute bases their therapeutic techniques on 30 years of observational research conducted by Drs. John and Julie Gottman. "It's about taking a fresh, often simplified look at the way we explain the situations around us."
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(215) 995-0026
Christine M Vanbasten, Counselor  in Doylestown
“We all live in a world of relationships. Life events occur and we get disconnected from ourselves. This can show up as anxiety or depression. We might have affairs or self sabotage in other ways which then sets up patterns of disconnect with our family, spouses, children or our career. My specialties focus on bringing awareness to client's behaviors and re-connecting them to their true selves in a safe, healing environment. Allow me to help you to develop skills that will move you forward in your life. Live the life you deserve!
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(215) 874-4493
Annie Yocum, Psychologist  in Doylestown
Psychologist, PsyD
“Welcome. I see therapy as a process of joining someone in dealing with difficult situations or problems. Striving to provide an emotionally safe and nonjudgmental space to explore and work through your concerns, I will listen carefully and tailor treatment to your particular goals and circumstances. I can help you address your immediate needs as well as assist you in understanding and attending to any underlying issues.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(215) 987-6583
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 15 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 Relationship and Family Conflicts/Challenges.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(267) 800-2918
Chad Coren, PsyD, CACD, Psychologist  in Doylestown
“It's only human to feel sad, anxious, or overwhelmed at some point in our lives. Perhaps we've know someone who's struggled with relationship problems, difficulties at work/school, or drug/alcohol misuse? Left unattended, these concerns will not only affect our well-being, but leave us feeling stuck and unhappy. Life shouldn't be characterized by uncertainty, insecurity, and instability. During these times we CAN reach out for help. People have sought out my practice for a variety of reasons. . .
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(267) 949-6844
Amy C O'Neill  in Doylestown
“It is a privilege to be witness to ones growth and evolvement. Getting to the core of issues allows for insight and change. I provide a safe, confidential and supportive atmoshphere to work through identified problems areas. Managing these negative patterns of thinking and behaving allows one to flourish interpersonally, emotionally and in the context of all their relationships. I treat anxiety, depression, addictions as well as many other issues. My goal is to help each client reach their full potential.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(215) 874-6368
Connie Guerin, Counselor  in Doylestown
Counselor, MA, MS
“I am an Integrative Psychotherapist and Wellness Coach with 20+ years of experience working with people who want to feel better and create a satisfying life. I help people who are struggling with anxiety, depression, addictions, health issues and relationship issues. Drawing from Traditional Psychotherapy and Holistic Psychology, I help clients by using a variety of techniques. Many are helped with traditional talk therapy. Others want to improve their health and energy with Holistic interventions.and stress reduction. We can work together to reduce stress and neutralize past issues to clear the way for the life you want.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(267) 341-9556
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a graduate of the Institute for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapies (1991) and the Washington School of Psychiatry's Object Relations Training Program (1993). My study of object relations theory has helped me to appreciate the many and complex ways in which early experience becomes structured in the internal world, then to be realized and repeated in the external world. It is my goal to provide psychoanalytically-oriented psychotherapy of sufficient depth, duration and thoughtfulness to facilitate the mastery of emotional problems, the restoration and enhancement of self-esteem, and the fostering of emotional resilience, creativity and self-discovery.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(215) 995-3070
Robin B Lynk, Psychologist  in Doylestown
Psychologist, PhD
“"The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes"..... Do you ever feel like you are stuck in a cage without a key? Are you caught in an unexpected or difficult situation which seems increasingly demanding? Maybe you find yourself caught up in thoughts, memories or behaviors which leave you feeling diminished or scared, and leave others feeling worried about you. Via psychotherapy, we can turn these experiences around by effecting changes in the way you experience yourself and your world.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(215) 262-7400
Gabrielle B Nerl  in Doylestown
“It is my belief that every person has the strength to change and therapy can help you develop a greater sense of self while enhancing your innate ability to endure and thrive in life. I have worked primarily with children, adolescents, and young adults, and have a strong background in the treatment of disordered eating, distorted body image, low self-esteem, anxiety, depression, interpersonal conflict and adjustment disorders. Our therapy will be based on your unique personality and will aim to alleviate symptoms as we work in tandem to understand the roots of your presenting problems.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(215) 717-8974
Center for Psychology & Counseling,   in Doylestown
“The Center for Psychology and Counseling is highly experienced and respected Group Practice located in Doylestown, PA. CPC was founded in 1995 by married couple Harvey Ziff, Ph.D. and Julie Ziff, LCSW. In the 25 years they have been in practice they have come to earn a stellar reputation in the Bucks County community by consistently providing a level of clinical excellence, professional integrity, and an ability to connect with clients that provides a sense of comfort and trust. The CPC is highly regarded by colleagues and physicians who are familiar with their successful outcomes and sterling reputation.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(215) 526-5451
Marge Nocton-Barr, Counselor  in Doylestown
Counselor, LPC, CRS
“Therapy gives us the time to sit with our pain, however uncomfortable it may be. Be it the anxiety that stops us from doing what we want, or the depression that isolates us when we want to feel close, the anger so uncontrollable we scare ourselves and the ones we love, or the chronic pain that has made the body an enemy, therapy gives us the time to talk. Freud called therapy the "talking cure". Putting into words what is really going on is a risk and necessary to understand the roots of our pain.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(215) 458-2328
Psychiatrist, MD
“As a psychiatrist, most people who come to me are suffering significant anxiety, mood-related, physical, occupational/academic, relational or self-esteem difficulties. Many people are referred to me either by other professionals who feel my expertise is needed or by former/current patients of mine. Proper diagnosis and prompt relief from suffering are my initial goals, after which the focus may broaden to analysis of problem components and formulation of change strategies to prevent future recurrences. I both enjoy and am good at relating to a wide variety of people of different ages and backrounds.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
(215) 688-5534

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