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Therapists in Pennsylvania

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Dr. Carol Gantman

Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania

Dr. Carol Gantman

PhD in Clinical Psychology, Bryn Mawr College
Years in practice: 45
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Through a relational approach, I work to reduce an individual’s suffering, enhance a sense of empowerment as he develops skills to mindfully accept what life can provide. I use a variety of therapeutic modalities to accomplish the objectives that are identified.

Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania
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Dr. Tracy Scanlon

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Dr. Tracy Scanlon

EdD, Duquene University
Years in practice: 10
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I specialize in trauma and grief. My practice revolves around a predominately male population as I see many first responders and law enforcement professionals.

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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Josh Zlatkus

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Josh Zlatkus

MA in Counseling, Lasalle University
Years in practice: 5
Offers:  Remote Therapy

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.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Jonathan Levin

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Jonathan Levin

MSW, The University of Illinois at Chicago
Years in practice: 23
Offers:  Remote Therapy

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.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Dr. Jason Branch

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Dr. Jason Branch

PhD, Auburn University
Years in practice: 11
Offers:  Remote Therapy

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.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Dr. Paul Sachs

Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania

Dr. Paul Sachs

PhD in Clinical Psychology, Vanderbilt University
Years in practice: 37
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I am a licensed psychologist and non-profit manager. Thus, I am familiar professionally and personally with the pressures, challenges and opportunities in the workplace, particularly in large organizations. My approach in therapy is trauma-informed, considering the person within their larger social system, focused on practical decision making and building self-knowledge.

Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania
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