Mental Health For You E Pennsylvania E James K. Joseph

James K. Joseph

City: Philadelphia, PA
State: Pennsylvania
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License Name: Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)

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Office Address:

James K. Joseph, LCSW, M.S.Ed.

135 South 19th Street, Suite 250

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103

Therapy Specialties: 

Anger Management
Coping Skills
Emotional Disturbance
Infidelity
Pain Management
Phobias
Trauma and PTSD
Asperger's
Child or Adolescent
Developmental Disorders
Gender Identity
Life Coaching
Parenting
Self Esteem

Modality:

Individuals
Couples
Family
Payments Accepted:
Cash, Check

 

Personal Statement

I began my career working as a teacher in early childhood/elementary regular and special education. After completing graduate school, I moved on to work as a social worker, academic liaison and advocate for children and adolescents in therapeutic foster care.

I have spent the last ten years working as a therapist with individuals of all ages, providing individual, couples and family therapy. During this time I have also served as a court approved mediator, behavioral health consultant for schools, conference presenter, and university lecturer.

My background in education, foster care, and divorce and custody mediation, has provided many transferable skills to my clinical practice. In order to work successfully with children, one must work with their parents and other significant systems in their lives. The inclusion of family and other systems is necessary for creating interventions with enough environmental support to be effective for the child over time. This work with adults often includes helping them address their own issues, often unrelated to the child, that interfere with parenting. Through my practice with children, I have grown to work with whole families and couples and individuals of all ages.

Client Focus (Age)

Children (6 to 10)
Preteens/Tweens (11 to 13)
Adolescents/Teenagers (14 to 19)
Adults
Elders (65+)

Treatment Orientation

Acceptance & Commitment Therapy
Collaborative Problem Solving
Eclectic
Integration of different therapy models
Mindfulness Based Approaches
Coaching
Conflict Resolution Therapy
Family Systems
Interpersonal
Motivational Interviewing
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy
Person Centered/Rogerian
Psychodynamic
Systems Theory/Therapy
Solution Focused Brief (SFBT)

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