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33 Rock Hill Rd #100,
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2133 Arch St #303,
Philadelphia, PA 19103

215-837-6749  |  INFO@THERAPYFORWOMENCENTER.COM

My experience on the other side of the “couch” has afforded me the opportunity to see that real change is possible when we recognize that we deserve to ask for help. Seeking support through therapy is an invaluable experience, and it’s an honor and a privilege to be a part of the process.

My therapeutic style is interactive, warm, and compassionate. I bring together psychodynamic psychotherapy with my trainings in CBT and DBT, presenting opportunities to reflect and identify underlying issues, while also offering skills and tools to use in moments of great distress. I specialize in the treatment of Eating Disorders, and emphasize Health at Every Size (HAES) in my work.

The relationship between you and your therapist is essential in the therapeutic process. I take great pride in providing a space for collaboration, working with my clients to create individual treatment plans that best support them in meeting their own therapeutic goals. I work hard to ensure that my clients feel safe and empowered to express themselves and their needs authentically, creating an ideal environment for reflection and sustainable change.


SPECIALTIES: ANXIETY & DEPRESSION, ADHD, ADOLESCENTS, EATING DISORDERS, GRIEF & LOSS

Arielle Cosgrove, LCSW

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Dolly Parton

Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Extensive Training in Eating Disorders
HAES Professional
Trained in DBT, CBT, Mindful Self-Compassion

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