Psychotherapy: Individual, Couples & Family Therapy

Dr. Jane Shure & Dr. Beth Weinstock

“With great understanding of the human spirit,
Jane and Beth help people still
their minds so that their souls can flourish.”

— Dr. Dan Gottlieb,
Radio Host for NPR “Voices in the Family,”
Philadelphia Inquirer Columnist, Author

Experts In Our Field

We met in the elevator of the Child Guidance Clinic of Philadelphia, while taking a master’s class in family therapy. We’ve been the closest of friends and colleagues since that day in 1984. Through extensive work in the areas of trauma, abuse, shame, and eating disorders, we have come to understand a lot about the human condition, the resilience of the spirit and the process of healing.

We are both known for our ability to simplify complex human dilemmas, communicate clearly and directly, boost people’s self-confidence and promote emotional and relational health and well-being.

With more than 35 years of experience in cultivating our clinical skills, we both draw from many disciplines in order to help people make changes that improve their life conditions.

We are nationally recognized as experts in our field, known for helping clients claim their strengths, overcome their resistance to change, expand their perceptions and mobilize forward movement. Our work recognizes that negative self-talk, the voice of the Inner Critic, is a powerful inhibitor of success. In the process of psychotherapy, we expand people’s skills for positive self-talk, boost resilience, fortify self-esteem and strengthen the healthy core that lives within each of us.