Thriveworks Counselors, Psychiatrists, and Mental Health Services in Philadelphia, PA
Our ultimate mission at Thriveworks is to accompany you on a path that leads to a happier, healthier, more fulfilling life. This might mean helping you overcome anxious thoughts that rule your mind, manage symptoms of depression that hinder your every day, address problems in your relationship, or even work through a momentous life event like moving to a new town or starting a new career. Whatever it is, a caring, skilled mental health professional can provide you with the guidance and support you seek.
“The strong individual is the one who asks for help when he needs it.” –Rona Barrett
The therapists, counselors, psychiatrists, psychologists, and life coaches at Thriveworks Counseling & Psychiatry Philadelphia are dedicated to seeing this mission through. They have devoted their lives to acquiring the education, training, and experience necessary to help you live your very best life and are more than qualified to do so. If you think that you could benefit from working with a counselor, therapist, or life coach, don’t hesitate to begin this journey. Reach out to Thriveworks Center City to start this important work in in-person counseling or online counseling therapy today.
What Mental Health Services Are Offered at Thriveworks Counseling & Psychiatry Philadelphia?
Here’s a list of the main mental health services offered at Thriveworks Counseling & Psychiatry Philadelphia:
- Individual counseling
- Couples therapy/marriage counseling
- Family counseling
- Child therapy and teen counseling
- Psychiatry and medication management
Through counseling, therapy, and/or psychiatry services, we help with a range of mental health conditions and other challenges, including:
- Eating disorders
- LGBTQ+ issues
- Relationship problems
- Sexual abuse/issues
- Sleep problems
Our providers — from therapists/counselors to psychologists, psychiatrists, and nurse practitioners — specialize in a range of counseling approaches, but they’ll cater your treatment to your unique preferences and needs. They might utilize:
- Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT)
- Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR)
- Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)
- Strength-based counseling
- Solution-focused therapy
- Christian counseling
- Emotionally-focused therapy
- Family systems
- Motivational interviewing
How Can Mental Health Services Help Me?
As we mentioned above, mental health professionals can help you address a wide range of challenges, from mental illness to relationship issues and major life transitions. Ultimately, these health care providers help you improve and sustain your mental health, which includes your emotional and psychological wellbeing. Here are a few things that affect your mental health and are often addressed in therapy:
- Lack of self-confidence
- Harmful thoughts and behaviors
- Anxiety or depression
- Unhealthy habits
- Neglect of self-care
This is far from a comprehensive list. Anything that you feel is worthy of discussion in counseling, your counselor wants to hear about. An important part of their job is to understand your unique challenges and your goals in counseling. Here’s an exclusive look at how counselors can help their clients:
- Jeffrey and Lauren have been together for 6 years now—but they haven’t been happy in recent months. Finally, Jeffrey decided it was time to end it. He thought he would thrive in his newfound independence, but instead, felt incredibly lonely. Jeffrey hoped it was just a phase that would soon pass. Unfortunately, however, his lonely feelings just got worse—which led him to take the leap and seek help from a counselor. He still struggles to adjust to life post-breakup, but his counselor has already helped him correct negative thinking patterns and actually enjoy his time to himself.
- Emily had bailed on her friends three different times now. She only made plans in the first place because it sounded like a good idea—not because she actually wanted to go. When the time came to meet her friends out or have them over, she’d shoot them a short text saying she wasn’t feeling up for it today. In fact, she wasn’t up for much lately. She went to work, but only because she had to. The rest of her time she spent in bed. Finally, her friends convinced her to talk to someone about her change in mood and behavior. Quickly, after assessing her symptoms, her counselor diagnosed her with depression and has since helped her begin managing those symptoms.
Should I Meet With an Online Psychiatrist?
If you’re dealing with depression, anxiety, substance abuse, or another mental health issue, you may benefit from speaking with a psychiatrist.
Psychiatrists are able to look at both the psychological and physical symptoms of your disorder as trained medical doctors. Psychiatrists can prescribe medication to alleviate symptoms or address other biological factors that may impact your condition. They can also administer psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), or another form of talk therapy if that is determined helpful for your situation.
Plus, you can access this kind of comprehensive treatment from the comfort of your home. Our telepsychiatry appointments are available over the phone or by live video chat for your convenience. Click or call to get started with one of our licensed psychiatrists at Thriveworks Counseling & Psychiatry Philadelphia.
Schedule a Session at Thriveworks Counseling & Psychiatry Philadelphia
Therapists, psychiatrists, and psychologists commit their time and their work to helping you. They truly care about your success in therapy and in life—this is precisely why therapy works. Not to mention, the providers at Thriveworks Counseling & Psychiatry Philadelphia are the best of the best. They have extensive training and experience helping people just like you through life’s obstacles. These professionals will utilize this training, experience, caring nature, and special skills to best help you.
You don’t have to feel guilty or ashamed of the problems you present in therapy. Every single one of us runs into problems that threaten our wellbeing, especially if they go unaddressed—which poses another problem because we often don’t know how to effectively address these problems and are hesitant to ask for help. Let’s stop that cycle today. If you think you could benefit from partnering with a counselor or therapist, reach out for help at Thriveworks Counseling & Psychiatry Philadelphia. We’ll get you set up with your first in-person counseling or online counseling appointment. Call us today at (215) 543-6271.
Where Is Thriveworks Counseling & Psychiatry Philadelphia Located?
Thriveworks Counseling & Psychiatry Philadelphia is located at 1015 Chestnut St Suite 403, Suite 1520, Philadelphia, PA 19107. We’re within the Jefferson Building, across from The Gold Center. If you have trouble finding our office or have any questions about how to get here, please don’t hesitate to reach out!