Dr. Richard W. Cohen is a graduate of Temple University School of Medicine and the Albert Einstein Residency Program in Psychiatry and Neurology.  Dr. Cohen is Board Certified in Psychiatry and Neurology and has more than thirty years of clinical experience.  He is trained to listen and interact in a way that helps you get to the very root of your emotional concerns. 

Dr. Cohen provides individual psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, couples therapy, and family         therapy;  depending upon the needs of the client.

Dr. Cohen also treats professional and amateur athletes in various sports such as tennis, football, basketball, and baseball.  He teaches athletes mental toughness, focusing, setting short and long term goals, visualization, improved self esteem, strategy mechanisms, and anger and time management.

Art Carey, Philadelphia Inquirer journalist, recently featured Dr. Cohen in a May 2, 2011 article, "For This Doctor, Tennis Serves as a Medicine."

Dr. Cohen offers everyone the opportunity to face their difficulties constructively and confidently; freeing them to enjoy all the good things life has 
to offer. Don’t wait another minute. Give us a call. 

Dr. Cohen serves center city Philadelphia and the greater Philadelphia area.  

                            Richard W. Cohen, M.D.
                            2401 Pennsylvania Ave
                            The Philadelphian,  Suite 1A7
                            Philadelphia, PA  19130

                            Phone:  215-232-3003
                            Fax:  215-232-5642

Richard W. Cohen, M.D. was inducted into the Philadelphia Jewish Sports Hall of Fame 
23 May 2012.  

Above is a video of 
Dr. Cohen's induction speech.