We are a full-service private practice offering a variety of therapeutic services conveniently located in Old City, Philadelphia. In a warm and serene atmosphere, our psychotherapists are dedicated to providing highly personalized, trauma-informed care tailored to individual needs. All of our therapists are professional, compassionate, and have specialized training and experience in their areas of specialty and are licensed in the state of Pennsylvania. Our foremost priority is helping to provide the best possible client-therapist match.
At Turning Leaf Therapy, LLC, we provide trauma-informed psychotherapy and assessment services for children, adolescents, and adults. While each clinician has her own specialties and approach, the clients who find our practice to be a good fit for them typically are struggling with difficult experiences from the past that continue to cause distress in the present. Our comprehensive psychotherapy services also include help for difficulties related to:
We strive to help people develop a deeper understanding of themselves - to come to know how the pieces of their life story fit together, including the past, the present, internal experiences, and external relationships. In the short-term we aim for symptom relief, but in the long-term, for helping people address their problems at the root and to make meaningful and lasting changes. Please follow this link to learn more.
Contact Us Contact our Assistant Clinical Director, Katie Fries, by calling us at 215-399-4128or fill out the CONTACTform.
Discuss Preferences, Availability, and Payment Information During your initial call, please tell us a little about what brings you in so that we can help ensure the best client-therapist fit. We will also discuss scheduling availability, preferences, and fees/insurance information. Please have your health insurance information available.
The Initial Consultation The first meeting with your therapist is an initial consultation. It is an opportunity for you and your therapist to get to know one another to see if you both think you might be a good fit to work together. It is important that you share as much or as little information as you feel comfortable and that you have an opportunity to ask any questions you may have. This is also a good time to explore your current concerns and goals for working together. If, at any point, it seems you would be better served by a different therapist, appropriate referrals will be provided.