Gregory Estadt Psy.D.
Dr. Estadt is a clinical psychologist specializing in individual, couples, and family therapy, and maintains a group practice with locations in South Philadelphia, Center City Philadelphia, and Media, Pa. He specializes in cognitive behavioral psychotherapy, and believes that thoughts can had a powerful influence on emotions and behaviors. He works with clients to identify and change thought patterns that contribute to emotional, behavioral, and interpersonal problems … Read More
Gerlinde Harb PhD.
Dr. Harb is a licensed clinical psychologist helping individuals and couples with a wide range of life difficulties. Her approach is grounded in principles of cognitive-behavioral therapy as well as a deep understanding of the evidence base for a variety of techniques which she integrates into her practice. Dr. Harb specializes in treating clients with insomnia and sleep problems, posttraumatic stress and other anxiety problems. She has special interests in helping women undergoing cancer treatments, during pregnancy and post-partum, we well as working with clients to thrive in the face of life stressors such as medical treatments or interpersonal difficulties…Read More
Melissa Gonska Psy.D.
Dr. Gonska views therapy as a journey that is led by the participant. As a therapist, Dr. Gonska works toward guiding others through the therapeutic journey by providing a warm, supportive environment. Her style as a therapist is non-judgmental, genuine, and empathetic. Her approach to therapy is integrative and tailored to each person’s unique styles, growth edges, and strengths. Dr. Gonska believes that a collaborative relationship between a therapist and participant is essential to working toward self-growth and wellness. She values the use of research-informed techniques and is versed in various therapeutic modalities. She joins her clients on their therapeutic journey with the ultimate goal of obtaining wellness…Read More
Taylor Daly M.S., L.P.C., C.A.A.D.C., C.C.T.P.
Mrs. Daly is a licensed professional
counselor who specializes in working with adults struggling with substance abuse, trauma, anxiety, depression, life transitions, codependency, and grief. Mrs. Daly has worked in a variety of settings including inpatient, partial hospitalization, outpatient, and community mental health treating co-occurring disorders. She is very experienced in addressing issues that stem from addiction or dysfunction in the family and has also worked with couples/families. She has specialized training in motivational interviewing and treating other addictive behaviors. Mrs. Daly helps her clients make positive changes to improve their quality of life and relationships, in addition to healing current and past wounds… Read More
Erica Burden PhD.
I believe that a thorough initial evaluation of a client’s thoughts, attitudes, environments, relationships, and current life situations are key in formulating effective treatments.
When there are depression, anxiety, or other challenges, a therapist must fully understand what keeps these feelings and emotions going,
and what to do to help with managing difficulties and achieving better adjustment and a better life.
However, there are usually no ‘quick fixes’ and living a more satisfying and fuller life requires work for both the client and the therapist.
I am willing to work for you and with you and expect that you will also do your part. ….Read More
Eileen Brumbaugh-Amos M.S.W., L.C.S.W.
It is my belief that beneficial treatment for all kinds of emotional difficulties lies, most importantly, in my active listening and then,in my offer to teach skill building techniques for problem solving. In this practice of listening and then reflecting back, I can assist you in learning to hear yourself and then, to use your skills to make better decisions. You can do this because you are able to use the newly learned strategies, that allow you to see your choices more clearly. Then, the decisions that you make can be the result of your own insights, not mine.
My training began when I left the University of Pennsylvania, after earning a liberal arts degree. I began to work for the Department of Public Welfare, and then in Child Protective Services… Read More
Janine Oliver PhD, MSW, LCSW, RYI200, CH, CCATP,
is a psychologist and licensed clinical social worker with over 20 years’ experience counseling in the mental health field. Dr. Oliver is trained in cognitive psychology and uses cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy and logotherapy as primary interventions in treatment. These interventions help with many issues, such as grief, loss and depression. Dr. Oliver is a certified yoga instructor, acknowledging the connection between body, mind and spirit as a holistic approach to overall health and well-being. Dr. Oliver is also a certified hypnotherapist, meditation instructor and EFT practitioner…Read More
Katie Jasion M.Ed., L.P.C.
Ms. Jasion is Licensed Professional Counselor who specializes in working with anxiety, depression, ADHD, trauma, relationship problems, and grief. She has extensive experience with children and adolescents, and has completed training in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) through the University of Pennsylvania while employed at the Children’s Crisis Treatment Center (CCTC) in Philadelphia. As a part of her graduate training, she trained at several area high schools, and has developed skills to effectively work with adolescents and teens… Read More
Maureen Townsend M.S.W., L.C.S.W.
Ms. Townsend is a licensed clinical social worker. Specializing in the treatment of anxiety and depression, trauma, and grief and loss, Ms. Townsend uses cognitive-behavioral therapy and other solution-focused models to help clients reach their goals. Ms. Townsend offers practical, nonjudgmental feedback in a warm, welcoming atmosphere, and she looks forward to accompanying you on your journey to a happier life… Read More
Craig Aaron M.S., L.M.F.T
Mr. Aaron is a compassionate, empathetic, and non-judgmental practitioner who prides himself in providing evidence-based care for all of his clients. His down-to-earth nature allows him to understand the many challenges life presents, and that clients endure. He has the ability to recognize the inner strengths of clients and empower them to utilize their strengths to pursue their goals and dreams… Read More
Evan Morrow M.S.W, LCSW
Mr. Morrow works with his clients to create a collaborative arrangement that focuses on empowering them to use their inherent coping mechanisms, to live their best lives. As he and the client set the agenda for therapy together, client concerns are placed at the forefront of the agenda in each session. Mr. Morrow primarily uses a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy approach and Motivational Interviewing to help the clients towards the goals of symptom management and living healthy, fulfilling, and independent lives. Mr. Morrow is a non-judgmental, validating clinician that believes that some of the best tools that a client has come from their own life experience…Read More
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