Psychotherapy Treatment in Philadelphia
Psychotherapy can help reduce stress, anxiety and depression and help you feel good about yourself and your life. Pam brings 20 years of clinical experience, providing a caring and gentle atmosphere for women and couples who are striving to achieve pregnancy. She provides support for individuals and couples to help manage the stress and isolation associated with infertility.
Psychotherapy can help reduce stress, anxiety and depression and help you feel good about yourself and your life.
Common topics in Psychotherapy treatment are:
- Developing coping skills
- Reducing stress
- Anxiety and depression
- Learning mindfulness techniques
- Communicating with your partner, family or friends
- Balancing work/life with doctor appointments and busy schedules
- Intimacy, sex and infertility
- Financial stress
- Working effectively with medical professionals
- Coping with loss
Fertility Wellness Program with Penn Fertility
Wednesday Evenings 6:30-8:30pm
Pam Kelberg, MSSW, LCSW is an experienced psychotherapist specializing in helping women and couples on their fertility journey. She provides a caring and gentle atmosphere for those striving to achieve pregnancy.
Support groups and mindfulness have been shown to help with infertility and the common feelings it brings and can be extremely beneficial in navigating the decision-making and emotional aspects of achieving pregnancy. She teaches mindfulness techniques to help with anxiety, life/work balance and stress reduction.
Pamela Kelberg, MSSW, LCSW
Pam brings 20 years of clinical experience, providing a caring and gentle atmosphere for women and couples who are striving to achieve pregnancy. She provides support for individuals and couples to help manage the stress and isolation associated with infertility.
Pam has completed professional training in marriage and family therapy, sex therapy, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, mind-body techniques, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, treatments for anxiety and play therapy. She graduated from Columbia University and has lectured at the University of Pennsylvania and Bryn Mawr College.
Pam holds office hours on Wednesdays in our Center City office.
Carol Mazzotta-Goldman, MS from East West Psychology
Carol partners with her patients going through challenging times. She brings 20 years of experience working with individuals and their families recently diagnosed with a life-threatening illness, individuals living with a chronic illness, stress, trauma, life changes, depression, anxiety, relationship and work-life balance.
Her approach to treatment is eclectic in that it combines Shamanic drumming, movement therapy, meditation, Chinese herbal remedies with good old fashioned talk therapy. She supports her patients in a creative way to fit each persons individual needs. Her work aims to help clients have a better quality of life through emotional and spiritual healing and balance.
Carol holds a Masters degree in Clinical Psychology and has completed additional professional training in Shamanic Journeying, Auricular Acupuncture for addiction, weight loss, PTSD, Vipassana Meditation, Emotional Freedom Technique (Tapping) to release negative thoughts and the effects of trauma.
Carol also holds a Masters degree in Acupuncture and Chinese medicine from The Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, NY. She is currently completing her Doctorate in Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine while seeking licensure to practice acupuncture in PA (Dec 2017).
Carol holds office hours on Friday and Saturday from 8am-1pm in our Center City Office.