Why Choose Us?
- Highly Experienced
- Flexible Hours
- Dedicated To Client Satisfaction
- Over 30 Years Of Experience
- Positive Suggestions
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Caring Psychologist in Pittsburgh, PA
You deserve to see a Pittsburgh, PA, psychologist who has the experience, resources, and
dedication needed to help you face the challenges ahead. At Constance T Fischer PhD, we've been assisting patients for more than 30 years, and our staff is ready to learn more about your condition and discuss your options moving forward. Whether you're curious about the ways a specific prescription can benefit you or a family member, or simply need someone to talk to, our Pittsburgh, PA, professionals are here to help you achieve greater psychological well-being.
We invite new and returning Pittsburgh patients to our relaxing facility. We're committed to providing personalized treatments to each and every one of our patients, and our staff is dedicated to client satisfaction. Let us offer positive suggestions and help you stay focused and motivated. We want you to better understand your condition or disorder, and our psychologists will readily answer your questions and address your concerns.
Clinical Psychology ServicesPsychotherapy/Counseling: Individuals (adults, adolescents); Couples
Individuals’ commonly presented concerns/topics include feeling anxious, depressed, fearful, guilty, grieving, making sense of one’s life, facing existential issues, making life decisions, preparing for interviews, addressing work-related problems, coming to terms with sexual orientation, making particular decisions, getting to know one’s self better, and dealing with repeated nonproducive or destructive behavior.
Couples’ commonly presented concerns: communicating (daring or learning to share, being honest, being clear to self and to partner), growing apart, forgiving, disciplining children, raising blended families, improving sexual life, joint budgeting, trusting, bypassing habitual problematic reactions, developing shared expectations, negotiating shared custody, premarital planning, rediscovering common ground,“revisiting who we used to be together,” and developing ways to separate constructively.
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