Our Team

Empathic and professional Philadelphia therapists that you can trust.

Your relationship with your therapist has the potential to be a deeply personal one in which you might share meaningful thoughts, feelings, and experiences that you might not feel comfortable sharing with anyone else. When you look for counseling or therapy in Philadelphia, you deserve a seasoned team of psychologists and therapists that can put our experience to work for you.

Eric- Spiegel - Attune Philadelphia Therapy Group

Eric Spiegel Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist

Bryn Mawr & Philadelphia psychologist Eric Spiegel, Ph.D. works with adolescents, adults, couples, and groups. He enjoys helping his clients recognize, develop, and master their inner strengths and resources to deal with a number of concerns, including anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship issues, and physical psychosomatic symptoms.  His relational approach is influenced by attachment theory and self psychology; he also enjoys integrating experiential techniques such as clinical hypnosis into therapy, as applicable.  Clients describe Eric as possessing a calm, consistent, and curious demeanor that allows them to feel understood and build self-awareness.  They also note that he brings a sense of energy and humor to the room that is active, engaging, and present.  This combination allows him to be direct and interactive with clients while maintaining a soothing and collaborative empathic connection.

Focuses
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Attachment and relationship concerns
  • Identity development
  • Grief and Loss
  • Trauma
  • Psychosomatic Disorders & Health Psychology
  • Pain Management

Jayna Burleigh Psy.D.

Licensed Psychologist

Licensed psychologist Jayna Burleigh, Psy.D. works with individuals ages 18 through 85+. As a clinician who works from a trauma-informed relational psychodynamic approach, she focuses on supporting clients in exploring their inner world to increase insight and self-understanding, which then leads to a reduction in symptoms by making more informed decisions moving forward. In this process, Jayna collaborates with the client to help them identify patterns that may no longer be serving them and support them in increasing their agency to change. She works to walk alongside the client in this journey by actively listening for links between the client’s past and present while also accounting for the context and systems that the client has to navigate. Because of the collaborative nature of therapy, the therapy relationship between client and therapist is an essential tool for facilitating growth and self-discovery. To this end, Jayna provides a warm and empathic space that encourages self-reflection and self-compassion.

Focuses
  • Relational trauma
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Grief and loss
  • Identity development
  • Attachment and relationship concerns
  • Posttraumatic stress
  • Personality disorders
Jon Krigel - Attune Philadelphia Therapy Group

Jon Krigel Psy.D.

Licensed Psychologist

Philadelphia psychologist Jon Krigel, Psy.D. works with adolescents, adults, couples, and groups.  His principle focus as a therapist is to cultivate a meaningful connection with clients which encourages introspection and collaborative exploration.  Jon primarily employs a relational psychodynamic approach to therapy which emphasizes reflective and patient listening.  Additionally, Jon effectively integrates, when applicable, techniques from other schools of thought, such as mindfulness, behavioral, and analytic interventions.  Clients describe Jon as caring, engaging, and warm.  He maintains a safe and trusting environment while being dedicated to providing the therapy that is best suited for each individual.  In this way, Jon consistently develops close relationships with his clients that enable personal growth and a more developed understanding of self.

Focuses
Rayna Markin - Attune Philadelphia Therapy Group

Rayna Markin Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist

Bryn Mawr psychologist Rayna Markin, Ph.D. works with adults, couples, and groups.  Her principal area of focus is maternal mental health, pregnancy loss, and infertility.  She is passionate about working with women and couples who have experienced pregnancy loss and/or infertility, helping them to process and make meaning from reproductive trauma, rebuild self-esteem, feel less alone and misunderstood, and more connected to their partners.  Her theoretical orientation is influenced by psychodynamic, attachment, emotion-focused, and interpersonal psychotherapies.  Clients describe Rayna as empathic, supportive, and easy to relate with.  She places an emphasis on building collaborative therapeutic relationships that help her clients feel understood and accepted.

Focuses

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