Amanda is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and sexuality educator who works with adults and older adolescents. Her specialties
Message from Amanda: I see our therapeutic relationship, as a collaborative and healing one. We will use our time together, to better understand your struggles and hopes, while finding new ways to cope with the stressors of life. Emphasis will be placed on examining the entirety of your being: mind, body and spirit. By creating a space where you feel comfortable, safe and free to be vulnerable, you will begin to discover a new relationship with yourself and the world around you. Just like life, therapy can be challenging at times, but as you give way to vulnerability (with my support), your desire to live a more authentic, connected and fulfilling life, will become possible. I value the use of empathy, humor and mindfulness-based,
Amanda is currently accepting new clients. If you’re interested in scheduling a phone consultation or appointment, Amanda can be reached at: 267-994-7640 or via email: info@
I believe that therapy begins with the building of a strong, collaborative relationship. Through the creation of this alliance, it becomes possible to discover an individual, couple or family’s goals for treatment and to engage dynamically in the therapeutic process. I see therapy as a space for growth and healing, co-created and nurtured by both client and clinician. My practice is psychodynamic, relational, and at its core holistic, recognizing and integrating the biological, psychological, and social aspects of experience, as well as the individual, institutional, and cultural roots of issues as they arise. I have a deep awareness of the profound impact of oppression on the psyche and am dedicated to maintaining a practice that is affirming of all identities and experiences. Areas of expertise include LGBTQ+ identity, family planning, addressing trauma, and surviving chronic illness, though I welcome diversity of focus in my practice.”
Anastasia holds a Master of Social Work from the Smith College School for Social Work and has trained as a full-spectrum doula. Anastasia is available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. To read more about Anastasia’s practice, please visit www.anastasiafujii.com. To schedule a brief phone consultation or first session, contact Anastasia by email at email@example.com
I am a licensed professional counselor; my framework is holistic, with an awareness of cultural and systemic impacts on mental health. I bring deep empathy, openness, creativity, warmth, and a sense of humor to the therapeutic relationship. Using modalities of mindfulness practices, insight-based talk therapy, and CBT, we will work together to integrate your experiences that need healing and/or understanding. I believe that the therapeutic process can impact my clients ability to grow, heal, and reach their full potential. Areas of expertise include grief and loss, depression, anxiety, self-esteem, family transitions, aggression, existential crises, and interpersonal relationships.
Sometimes life can be overwhelming; talking to a non-judgmental professional in a safe and nurturing space is one avenue to acceptance and momentum. Please give me a call for a free phone consultation to see if we are a good fit. I look forward to speaking with you!
Available: Wednesdays and Thursdays
Contact: 215.804.4137 Website: www.bethjellinek.com
Peter Richan is a certified massage therapist practicing for 17 years in Philadelphia. He combines aspects of myofascial release, trigger point therapy, meridian clearing, deep tissue massage, as well as mechanical and structural integration, to help clients find ease of movement in exercise, dance, and everyday life.
Peter’s study of the Alexander Technique, stretching, and structure and mechanics of the anatomy has kept him feeling good over his long career as well as helped him support clients to become more aware of their bodies and bring home useful information from sessions into their lives.
Available on Tuesdays & Fridays.
For appointments a few days or more in advance, email peterrichan @ gmail.com or call: (hm) 215-336-6857. For appointments day of, call: (m) 215-207-6811
Baltimore Native Missy Meyers, started her massage career over a decade ago. Her personalized sessions combine various techniques and modalities for a complete healing experience. Whether you are dealing with a sports injury, TMJ pain, headaches, or just all over wear and tear of the body, Missy will work with you to figure out the right bodywork plan. She offers and combines Deep tissue, Myofascial Release, TMJ massage, prenatal massage and a wide array of stretching techniques. At its core, Missy believes there should be a balance of relaxation and therapy in each massage. Her goal is to meaningfully connect with you and transcend the massage table
Missy may be reached by phone at 443-554-0262 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
I have been providing therapeutic massage since 2005, working in medical and spa settings. My goal is always to connect with my clients so they can receive the maximum benefits of each massage. I believe in what I do and enjoy making a difference in people’s lives. I use a Swedish based massage and incorporate other techniques depending on the needs of my client. Every massage is unique. I offer work with pregnant women, reflexology, and much more.
I am available Mondays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. You can reach me at email@example.com or 267-235-0362 or book here
As a naturopathic doctor I am trained and happy to handle any health concern as a general practitioner. I specialize in the treatment of chronic diseases, digestive issues, and hormonal imbalances. Health puzzle solving is my passion! Whether a patient is dealing with an acute illness, trying to prevent future problems, or dealing with a lifelong health issue that hasn’t been figured out, I work to uncover the underlying causes of health concerns and provide lasting solutions that fit into my patients’ busy lifestyles!
As a professional counselor, art therapist and Certified Hakomi Practitioner (a unique, mindfulness-based, somatic therapy), I utilize expressive and body-based modalities that move the therapeutic process past, “just talking”, into deeper layers of experience. The process of talking is typically linear, rational and often relies on information we already know. However, the lived experience of our personal challenges are often quite the opposite: non-linear, messy and confusing. Because of this, we need approaches that get us “out of our head” and instead into our hearts, bodies and then minds. From a more integrated perspective, we not only see our blockages with more clarity and compassion, but further strengthen the connection with our inner- most self that drives us towards growth, and the personal transformation we are seeking.
In an atmosphere of safety and genuine collaboration, I help my clients become aware of unconscious habits of body and mind, building insight into how these patterns lend us protection while also inhibiting deep healing and creative growth. The people I work with are individuals who are seeking personal growth, and are interested in dynamic, creative and engaging therapeutic modalities.
Some of the areas I specialize in are:
- Pre and postpartum support & support for parents
- Life transitions (marriage, childbirth, moving, etc.)
- Working through familiar patterns of feeling and reacting that never seem to bring satisfaction
- Inner child work
- Self- esteem issues
- Attachment-based relational work focused on couples or families
Sekayi is a graduate of Cortiva Institute/ Steiner Education Group. Sekayi’s approach to healing is based on the individual needs of her clients, keeping in mind the body’s need for balance between mind, body, and spirit. Sekayi believes in tailoring a massage towards the individual needs of each client by using multiple modalities to get the best results possible In her massage; she specializes in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, Sports Massage, Myofasical Release, and several others. She prides herself on her ability to care and listen to the needs of others. She is well versed in anatomy and physiology, pathology, and ethics. Her goal as a massage therapist is to assist and invite clients into actively participating in their own health and wellness.
Sekayi is available Wednesday and Thursday. Appointments available with a few days in advance by phone 267-582-4346 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Julia Taylor is the director of Threshold Wellness. She is a nationally certified massage therapist, practicing Myofascial Release, Craniosacral Therapy, and therapeutic massage in Fishtown, Philadelphia. Julia teaches anatomy and physiology and self-care workshops. Now, in her fifth year doing bodywork, she offers therapeutic touch with a deep listening, and trust in the body’s capacity to transform, heal, and amaze. To find out more about Julia and her offerings, go to www.bodyvoto.com