PCC is located at 313 S. 16th Street in Center City, Philadelphia (16th Street between Pine and Spruce Streets). PCC is convenient to all major highways (just blocks from the Schuylkill and Vine Street Expressways) and is convenient to public transportation incuding SEPTA Regional Rail lines (Surburban Station, 16th and John F. Kennedy Boulevard), PATCO Hi-Speed Line (16th and Locust Streets), Broad Street Subway (Walnut-Locust), Market Frankford Elevated Line and Subway Surface Lines (15th and Market) and Amtrak (transfer to SEPTA at Suburban Station). On-street parking and several parking garages are within walking distance of PCC. Detailed directions
Due to the size of our staff, we do our best to accommodate all of our clients by offering flexibility in scheduling. In addition to our regular business hours, we offer some evening appointments. We are often able to arrange for an appointment within a week of your initial call. Learn more about our hours.
There are several ways to make contact with us. Currently, the best way to reach us is by calling the Intake Department at (215) 732-8244, ext. 611. They will be happy to discuss your questions and provide you with the earliest appointment available with a therapist who is best-suited to match your needs. You may also contact the Intake Department by e-mailing them at email@example.com.
We accept out-of-pocket payment in the forms of cash and check. We also have some therapists who accept insurances including Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield Personal Choice, Magellan, Health Partners, Keystone First, Medicare A/B and Medicaid. Read more about our Fees & Insurance.
Our out-of-pocket fees start at $75. Thereafter, fees are arranged privately between you and your therapist, taking into account your particular financial situation. Learn more about our fees.
Yes. We are able to work with clients on a sliding-scale fee basis. Learn more about our fees.
Yes. We have therapists fluent in English, Spanish, Portuguese, Persian and other languages.
Psychoanalysis is an approach to therapy that addresses a person’s life problems through unhurried, in-depth discussion. This common-sense and comfortable approach allows you to speak freely without being judged or criticized. Psychoanalysts are trained and experienced in helping you resolve current dilemmas and strengthen your ability to handle future difficulties and decisions. This approach also has the effect of enriching and deepening self-knowledge and understanding.
Unfortunately, at this time we do not have a psychiatrist on staff and are not able to provide medication management.