You’ll be given the tools and resources you need to live a more positive life!
Based on your needs, we’ll match you with the right therapist. We’ll also talk you through the process so you feel completely comfortable before your first session.
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We empower you with the tools and support you need so you can resolve your issues, gain confidence, and break free from negative patterns.
Mental health issues affect more than just our individual lives – they can impact our families, partners, and loved ones! We’ll find solutions and strategies as an unbiased third party to get the skills and tools you all need to thrive. We also offer sex therapy for our couples or individuals struggling with sexual health concerns.
We deeply believe in community and de-stigmatizing mental health issues, which is why we offer workshops in person and online. These workshops teach you about a specific topic, such as boundaries, trauma, or grief.
We also offer group therapy (up to 10 members) that are 6-8 weeks long so you can get information tailored to you in an intimate setting.
The goal of EMDR is to fully process past experiences and sort out the emotions attached to those experiences. Replacing negative with positive encourages healthier behavior and social interactions that ultimately lead to self efficacy. We find this intervention effective in treating a wide range of mental health symptoms including: anxiety, depression, chronic pain and grief and loss. We also offer a subset of EMDR and Brainspotting.
Medication can be an extremely important component in managing your mental health, especially when your doctor and therapist work together. Dr. Eli Muhrer is available to provide medication for individuals located in any of the following states: PA, NJ, TX, FL, MD, TN, CO, UT.
Dr. Eli Muhrer (he, him) is a board-certified psychiatrist based in Philadelphia. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology with a multidisciplinary focus on the human experience from Vassar College. He studied mood disorders at the National Institutes of Mental Health before obtaining his MD at Harvard Medical School. After completing his psychiatry residency at the University of Pennsylvania, he had advanced training in the medical treatment of mental health disorders (substance use, eating disorders, OCD, Anxiety, Depression, trauma, & PTSD) as well as different forms of psychotherapy.
These therapy options are incredibly powerful with helping people utilize their creativity to gain insight into themselves and learn how to regulate their emotions.
Dance and movement therapy is especially helpful for those that have a history of trauma or are looking to restore a sense of safety in their body.
Kyra, Jen, and Andrea offer art therapy and Erika offers dance & movement therapy.
You deserve to have peace in your relationship with food and work towards your health goals without going on another diet. It can be tough to navigate this alone, which is why we have a Health at Every Size nutritionist who will collaborate your therapist to meet your goals.
Tracey Stassi is a Licensed and Registered Dietitian Nutritionist. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Nutritional Sciences with a minor in Human Development and Family Studies from the Pennsylvania State University. She then earned her Master of Health Science with a Nutrition Concentration from Cedar Crest College.
While working at The Renfrew Center of Philadelphia, Tracey quickly developed a passion for helping individuals with eating disorders and those who wanted to heal their relationship with food and their bodies. She uses a non-diet approach and integrates the Health At Every Size philosophy into the work that she does, creating unique plans for each person’s individual journey.
*Serving clients in PA, CA, & CO *
“In addition to individual therapy, I'm in a weekly group. I've created wonderful friendships here. It's also functioned as a safe space for me to experiment with things like stating my needs, getting vulnerable, setting boundaries, and receiving feedback from a non-therapist. Therapy for Women has saved my life and then stuck with me to help me rebuild it from the bottom up.”
Therapy is for everyone and healing happens best when you’re treated as a whole person—not a set of symptoms. Whether you need a speciality therapist, psychiatrist or a nutritionist, we've got you covered!
Scheduling your first therapy appointment is a big step. Booking shouldn't be. Our website and staff make it easy to find the perfect therapist for you! Our providers are real humans who have been to therapy themselves, so you know there will be zero judgement from us.
We embrace technology to the fullest offering therapy both in person or via video. Use your portal to schedule appointments, pay balances and even check in with your provider.
Our FREE workbook will walk you through the process!
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