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Thank you for visiting my site. Whether you are new to therapy or have seen a number of therapists over the years, I would like the opportunity to help you reach your goals.

I am a Licensed Psychologist in private practice who specializes in adult individual therapy. I earned my doctorate at The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. and completed both my internship and post-doctoral fellowship at The University of Pennsylvania Counseling and Psychological Services. In addition to college counseling, I have worked in outpatient community mental health and at a center for trauma survivors.

I have experience working with a wide variety of concerns, including anxiety, depression, difficulty feeling and expressing emotions, relational and family conflicts, trauma, sexual abuse and assault, loss, and chronic illness. My style of therapy is active and collaborative. I believe that a good therapy relationship, like any good relationship, allows us to feel seen, heard, and compassionately challenged to grow and create the change we long for in our lives.

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I see therapy as a holistic endeavor. When it comes to creating change, I believe in the importance of our bodies, not just our heads, in the healing process. So many of us have no issues with thinking. We can clearly analyze, and maybe even feel like we overanalyze, our struggles but still feel disconnected from ourselves, our relationships, the world around us.


We are much more than our thoughts and I find therapy to be more effective when our full human experience- physical, emotional, spiritual- is also given focus. To this end I have completed foundational training in Sensorimotor Therapy for trauma, a somatic psychotherapy, as well as a three-year training in Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy, a modality which combines psychoanalytic insight and depth with a focus on our bodies and emotions.

I am fascinated by traditional methods of healing across cultures and alternative medicine. It is deeply important to me to honor each person’s unique cultural and spiritual experiences within therapy, whether that means looking through an ancestral lens, incorporating relationship to the natural world, or involving rituals and practices that feel personally meaningful. I believe we all carry our own map to growth and healing and my job is to help in following it.





I am in-network for Highmark PremierBlue Shield and work with other insurance companies out-of-network. Out-of-network service may be covered in full or in part by your health insurance or employee benefit plan. The following questions are helpful to ask when discussing your out-of-network mental health coverage with your insurance company:


  • Do I have out-of-network mental health insurance benefits?

  • Is a referral required from a primary care physician to see an out-of-network provider?

  • Do I need pre-authorization before seeing an out-of-network provider?

  • Do I have a deductible and has it been met?

  • How many sessions per calendar year does my plan cover?

  • What is the coverage amount for an out-of-network therapy session?


A receipt will be provided at the end of each session to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement.



Cash, check, or credit card are accepted for payment at the time of service.



Please notify me within 24 hours if you cannot attend your appointment. Late cancellations incur the full cost of the unattended session.

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Hanna Berleth, Psy.D.
1500 Walnut St., Suite 1340
Philadelphia, PA 19102


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