Therapists in Philadelphia
I work with people to identify issues in their lives that they would like to change and empower them to make those changes. We work together to tackle life to be more healthy and to feel more productive and happy.
I help men who are struggling, dads who feel distant (or are told they are distant) from their families, and kids who can’t seem to get it together.
I work best with people who a) think they are too smart for therapy, or too smart to be generally understood, b) have been struggling with the same problem for many years, or c) want insight in addition to empathy.
If one of the above describes you, I recommend reaching out for a consultation. Our first step is outlining how our therapy might be helpful for you; this includes any questions or concerns you might have, as well as my education, approach, and experience.
As a therapist, I prioritize creating a supportive and understanding atmosphere for my clients. I am a real person that does not believe therapy needs to be a stuffy, clinical, and generic experience. I aim to make sessions feel safe, valuable, and judgment-free; to accomplish this, I give it my all to be genuine with each person.
I practice from a person-centered perspective, which means that I view the therapist-client relationship as a partnership. I believe that the client is the expert on their own life, and my job is to help them harness their strengths and resources to make the changes they want to make.
Dr. Jason Branch
Dr. Jason Branch
Welcome to therapy! In order to create healthy change and live life on our own terms, we must become comfortable being uncomfortable. I want to assist you on your journey to create and maintain balance and overcome lived experiences to find peace and clarity. We all face challenges in life. With my assistance, you can work towards overcoming these challenges to live the life you deserve. I provide a safe space to uncover your concerns and find some light at the end of the tunnel. You get one life, so let’s make the best out of the life we have! Remote therapy only.
Call and request an initial appointment by phone or email. Once you get to your appointment, explain your symptoms and what’s going on in your life.
Learn more about talk therapy.
Don’t know what to say?
- “Hi, I found your website through HeadsUpGuys. I’ve been dealing with a lot of stress recently and am looking for a therapist to consult with.”
- “I’m wondering if you are taking new clients? I’m looking for someone to work with to help me get through a rough patch.”
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It may take reaching out to 3+ therapists to find one who is currently accepting new clients. So don’t get discouraged if you don’t hear back right away. Keep reaching out to therapists until you get a response. Your better health is worth the effort.
For more information on talk therapy, including more ways to find a therapist, virtual/online therapy options, how to make the most of therapy, and how to know if it is working, see: