**Please note: I will be on maternity leave until July 2021**  As a result, I do not have availability for new therapy patients or evaluations at this time.  Unfortunately, I will not be able to respond to inquiries until my return or maintain a waiting list. I understand the difficulty at this time to find therapists with availability.  That is why I compiled this list of crisis resources and several practices that may be able to accommodate your request or need.  Note: the fact that they are listed below is not a guarantee of availability of these practitioners. 

If you are a current patient, we have made arrangements for your care during my leave; please refer to that plan.  If you are a returning patient looking to restart treatment, please feel welcome to reconnect when I return.  In the meantime, you may refer to the resources below.

Emergency/crisis services, Psychotherapy Options, and Pregnancy & Reproductive health resources

Crisis Resources:

PA Support & Referral Helpline:   phone: 1-855-284-2494 (TTY: 724-631-5600)
Suicide Prevention Lifeline:  https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ phone: 1-800-273-8255
Crisis Textlinehttps://www.crisistextline.org/ text: Text HOME to 741741 from anywhere in the United States.

Psychotherapy Resources

Council for Relationships is an organization with many therapists who provide individual, couples, and family therapy, some at sliding fee rates and through insurance. See their website for more information about their participating therapists:  Council for Relationships

Philadelphia Couples Therapy is a private group practice that works with individuals and couples presenting with a range of needs. They periodically offer groups as well.  For more information and to be in touch with their intake coordinator, please refer to their website:  Philadelphia Couples Therapy

Sari Fleishman, Psy.D. PLLC, Philadelphia Psychological Services, is comprised of several licensed psychologists who provide individual adult psychotherapy with specialties in a variety of modalities, around different issues (i.e. trauma, relationship difficulties, some of whom accept Highmark Blue Shield Insurance or are otherwise private pay. Evening appointments may be available.  Telehealth only.   For more information please refer to their website:   www.phillypsych.com

The Pennsylvania Psychological Association is a professional organization that provides a way to search for mental health practitioners by location and insurance.  Here is their Psychologist Locator

The Philadelphia Center for Emotionally Focused Therapy is a professional organization serving couples therapists who practice EFT.  Their therapist listing is here.

For sliding fee or lower cost options for psychotherapy, this list may be helpful:

Mental health guide: Where to get therapy on a sliding scale in Philadelphia

Pregnancy & Reproductive Health Resources

Whole Heart Maternal Mental Health is a Philadelphia-based group practice offering group, individual and couple support from family planning, navigating infertility and pregnancy, to parenting. Please refer to their website for information on how to contact their therapists: Whole Heart Maternal Mental Health

Postpartum Support International, Chat with an Expert

Postpartum Support International, main website

Motherhood Center Support Groups

Postpartum Support International, Support Groups

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