Psychological Therapists in Pittsburgh, PA

Our Therapists

 

Harold "Harry" N. Ash, M.Ed.

Licensed Psychologist
Harry Ash earned his Master's Degree from the University of Pittsburgh, and completed post-graduate training at the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland. He treats anxiety, depression, addictive disorders (including pathological gambling), co-dependency, other relationship concerns, anger management issues, and mood swing problems.
In addition, Harry treats bipolar disorder, psychoses, and dual-diagnoses often in connection with your psychiatrist. He is a former staff member of UPMC-Western Psychiatric Institute & Clinic, other local agencies, private practices and was a former director of a substance abuse program. Harry is a member of the American Psychological Association (APA) and the Pennsylvania Psychological Association (PPA). Harry is a licensed psychologist of over 20 years. Lastly, as an ex-smoker of over 30 years, he has particular interest and expertise in working with tobacco use problems.
 

Paul Herman, PhD

Licensed Professional Counselor
Dr. Paul Herman received his Master's Degree from Penn State University, and his Doctorate from Capella University. He specializes in treating anxiety and depression, addictive disorders, and codependency and other relationship concerns. He has additional training in chemical dependency assessment and treatment, family systems work, and treating dual-diagnoses.
Dr. Herman holds multiple board certifications, including advanced certification in treating addictive disorders (CAC/CAADC), and in dual-diagnosis (CCDP) work. He is also certified as a Forensic Addictions Specialist (CFAS), conducts substance abuse evaluations in legal and custody cases, and serves as expert witness in these matters. Dr. Herman is credentialed as a Certified Intervention Professional (CIP), and conducts ... Read more
 
 
If you or a loved one are in need of assistance or treatment for psychological or mental health problems, please call Allegheny Psychological & Counseling Services today.