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Matthew Esch, MA, LMFT

Matthew Esch, MA, LMFT

Matthew Esch, MA, LMFT has spent more than a decade helping people in Allegheny County with developmental disorders, attention-deficit/hyperactivity, mood disorders, life changes, trauma and abuse. As a licensed marriage and family therapist, Matt has delivered couples and family therapy as well as individual therapy in his busy career.

Matt has received specialized training to work with victims and perpetrators of abuse. His treatments are based on the principles of structural family therapy, systems theory, and solution-focused/cognitive behavioral techniques.

He recognizes that each family has its own unique dynamics and patterns of interaction and examines those factors to help families alleviate problems that cause suffering. Matt highly values the therapeutic relationship, and works tirelessly to gain the trust and confidence of the clients he serves, remembering that the course of treatment is as much the clients’ work as is his own.

Matt earned his Bachelor’s degree from Westminster College, and his Master’s in counseling psychology with a specialization in couples and family therapy from Seton Hill University.


Availability

Greentree:

Mondays: 3 - 9 p.m.
Wednesdays: 5 - 9 p.m.
Fridays: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturdays: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.


Client Testimonials

“I cannot say enough to thank Matt Esch and Relationship Resolutions his gift of care, compassion, and support literally changed the course of events within our relationship, for both my partner and me. Matt spent countless hours with each of us both alone and together and worked with us through the painful past to find our way to a healthy future. Matt patiently led us through facing and owning all of our fears and frustrations and helped us to grow in our relationship like we never dreamed possible. We became a real TEAM: working together with Matt to preserve that amazing (yet fragile) “person in the middle” our relationship with one another. He became our trusted friend and confidant, and we became two whole people who could be focused, loving, and emotionally healthy partners for each other. While he says he was ‘just doing the job we hired him to do’, it is obvious that for Matt Esch, helping others heal their broken relationships is much more than a ‘job’, it is indeed a labor of love... and we can’t thank him enough.”

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