Individual, Couple, Family and Group Therapies

The licensed therapists at The Center for Relational Change are  capable, compassionate, experienced clinicians that provides individual, couple/marital, and family therapy for a wide range of issues, including but not limited to, relational conflict, trauma and abuse recovery, parent-child conflict, anger management,co-parenting, family therapy, couples therapy, working with issues related to anxiety, depression, sexual orientation, gender, and race/ethnicity and more.

Individual, Couple and Family Services

  • Marital strife
  • Grief and Loss
  • Emotional distress
  • Gender identity
  • Communication struggles
  • Childhood trauma
  • Racial or ethnic struggles
  • Couple intimacy
  • Self-esteem
  • Parent-child conflict
  • LGBTQ issues
  • Pre-marital counseling
  • Blended and step families
  • Religious or spiritual concerns
  • Divorce or separation
  • other difficulties, struggles, issues or concerns

Therapeutic Support Groups

Women Overcoming a Neglected Childhood

For women who suffer from low self-esteem, depression, anxiety, problems maintaining healthy relationships or other relational issues, as well as for women who experienced physical or emotional neglect in childhood.

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Grief & Grieving: A Group for Adults Experiencing Loss

Increase your social support while building resilience in the face of emotional distress, reconnecting with yourself, and finding your way toward post-bereavement growth and change.

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Support Group for Adult Male Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse Support Group

The Male Survivor Group is for adult males who have childhood sexual abuse and/or trauma. The group focuses on understanding the impact of abuse on themselves and their loved ones; address shame and loss in healthy ways; and supports members on their journal of healing.

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Anger Management and Support Group

The Anger Management and Support Group will help participates: Gain knowledge on how anger works in your body’s physiology, learn techniques for a healthy connection with your anger,  explore the brave message your anger is trying to send you, build skills to increase your freedom in responding to your anger, and use what you learn from anger to change its role in your life and relationships.

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Activist Therapeutic Processing Group

This is a free, monthly group available both in-person and virtually for community activists and organizers fighting for social justice and equity in Pittsburgh.

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Black Men’s Mental Health Matters Group

The Black Men’s Mental Health Matters Group is a safe space for Black men to tell their own stories, while understanding they are not alone and not to blame when dealing with issues Black men encounter on a daily basis. Group members learn healthy ways to deal with life obstacles. All group sessions are confidnetial and provide na open and safe environment where these men are able support one another during their time of healing.

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Frontline Worker Support Group

The Frontline Worker Support Group is specialized for EMT’s, nurses, doctors, respiratory therapists and other frontline medical workers to create a safe space for grieving, finding support, reconnecting with hope, slowing down, exploring how COVID has impacted you and more. For the sake of trust and confidentiality, this is a closed group with a limit of 8 members. Please contact us to reserve your space.

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Center’s Residency Program

In addition to our licensed clinical consultants and interns, we have post-masters level clinicians who are a part of our residency program. Our residency program is an extension of the internship program. The residents are clinicians that have graduated from a graduated mental health program, and are working toward licensure. They have a minimum of 2 years of graduate level education and clinical experience. The residents are under the continued supervision of our experienced, licensed clinicians and charge a reduced out-of-pocket fee for clients.

At the Center for Relational Change we believe in offering affordable therapy service to the disenfranchised, uninsured, under insured and all who seek treatment. Based on our values of social justice, we provide affordable options to individuals, couples and families who do not have health care or cannot afford the fees associated with their mental health care coverage.

This treatment is provided by an advanced masters level intern(s) under the supervision of our experienced, licensed clinicians. Treatment is provided as a reduced, out of pocket fee of $20 per session.

If you are interested in this treatment option, please contact us at 4412-450-0518.

East End Office

1789 South Braddock Ave., Suite 350Pittsburgh, PA 15218

: 412-450-0518
Fax: 412-727-7475

North Hills Office

4721 McKnight Rd., Suite 208
Pittsburgh, PA 15237

: 412-450-0518
Fax: 412-548-3025

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