Matthew CP Purinton, LCSW

Staff Therapist, University City Office
215-382-6680 ext. 3135
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Fees for staff therapists can start as low as $50/hour and increase accordingly based on the experience level of the staff clinician and other factors. CFR is currently not in network with any insurance plans. $ = $50-$80; $$ = $80-$120; $$$ = $120-$160; $$$$ = $160+. More information about fees

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CFR has 10 offices in the greater Philadelphia area located in Blue Bell, Bryn Mawr, Oxford Valley, Paoli, University City & Center City Philadelphia, and Wynnewood, PA and in Lawrenceville and Voorhees, NJ; We offer online therapy throughout PA & NJ. View all locations

Online TherapyPhiladelphia, PA -University City
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Our staff specializes in over 45 areas. View our Therapist & Psychiatrist Directory

Children with Special Needs, Chronic Illness, Chronic Pain, Depression and Anxiety, Grief, Loss, and Bereavement, Sex and Love Addiction, Veterans, Active Military, and Their Families

Mr. Purinton practices individual, couple and family therapy as a social worker. His experience and areas of interest include depression, anxiety, children who have lost a loved one, and palliative care as a model of medicine to improve quality of life. Mr. Purinton is especially passionate about working with adults and children who are dealing with pain and/or disability. He is trained in clinical hypnosis as well as guided imagery and relaxation techniques. He helps individuals, children and adolescents, couples, and families to build on their strengths and help them in developing effective coping strategies to deal with the adversities of life.

 

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More information about fees can be found here. All of our clinicians are available by phone to answer questions related to their services and fees. 

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