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Welcome to the Milwaukee Therapist Directory

Here you'll find the most comprehensive local listings of Therapists in and around Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Therapists in Milwaukee

Nicole Klepp, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“My experiences have taught me that developing a deeper understanding of oneself is important for learning, growing, and successfully reaching one's goals. One of my professional goals is to incorporate this philosophy into treatment by helping individuals focus on their strengths and solidify their belief systems. Self-exploration is only one portion of successful therapy though. In its entirety, treatment can help provide the foundation for life altering opportunities through a process that also involves mastering challenges and effectively adapting to the changes that naturally accompany growth and life.
(414) 973-2825
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53217
Ashley Widmayer, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MA, LPC, CSAC
“I am a Masters level therapist credentialed by the State of Wisconsin as both a Professional Counselor and as a Clinical Substance Abuse Counselor. I enjoy working with college students and young adults in particular, helping them to navigate the various life changes and decisions they must make. In my practice, I like to focus on positive thinking, using your personal strengths, and helping you to live a healthier life. Everybody needs someone to talk to at times, and when you do I am here to listen with understanding and professional experience.
(414) 269-6275 x261
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Ajay R Wadhwa, Psychologist  in Milwaukee
“I am a clinical psychologist licensed for independent practice in the State of Wisconsin. My office is conveniently located in Downtown Milwaukee, and I work primarily with adult individuals who are interested in psychotherapy. I also have affiliations with psychiatrists within our clinic for those who may be interested in medication as a treatment option to supplement their therapy.
(414) 376-6041
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Dustin "Ephraim" Weeks, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“I want to partner with people who want to feel happier ASAP! You have limited time so I make the process easier by offering services in my office, in your home, over the phone and online through a secure video format. The research demonstrates effective ways to improve painful relationships, resolve aching hurts from the past, heal from traumas, and end overwhelming back, fibromyalgia and other pains. Evidenced-based treatment in these and other areas is my specialty.
(763) 225-3727
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53224
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(414) 973-2621
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53207
Christine A. Harness, Psychologist  in Milwaukee
“A decision to enter into a therapeutic relationship indicates a willingness to change behavior that has never been, or is no longer, effective. My services include providing individual therapy with older children, adolescents and adults, and marital therapy. I have a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and I work with individuals experiencing depression, anxiety, marital concerns, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and other issues. I also work extensively in the areas of Industrial/Organizational psychology and mediation. My fees for consulting and mediation differ from individual and couples psychotherapy fees.
(414) 270-1981
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Cornerstone Counseling Services,   in Milwaukee
“Welcome to Cornerstone Counseling Services, Inc. Cornerstone is a private, state certified outpatient clinic that provides both mental health and alcohol/drug abuse services at 9 locations in Southeastern Wisconsin. Our professional staff includes licensed psychiatrists, psychologists, psychotherapists, social workers and alcohol/drug abuse counselors. Our mental health professionals provide a variety of services to children, adolescents, adults, families, and couples. We are here to help you meet your personal goals, experience emotional well-being, and reach your fullest potential.
(262) 789-1191
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53224
Mackenzie Harris, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“I work with individuals ( adolescents & adults ), couples, families, & extended families. I have over 25 years of integrative clinical counseling experience, and am exceptionally skilled at helping clients create and achieve vibrant, positive, resilient ( sustainable ) growth and integrated life balance. To achieve this, I partner with my clients in ways that re-energize their personal strengths, resources, and unique healing processes. I use both traditional and contemporary therapies in an individualized manner, in order to help clients address emotional issues which bring them to counseling, and to facilitate positive treatment outcomes.
(414) 292-3900 x223
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53209
Sue Sittler Nelson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“have provided psychotherapy for over 20 years to people who want to make changes and grow in their lives. I enjoy helping individuals work through a variety of issues including stress and anxiety, grief and loss, body image and self esteem. I have been voted by my peers and recognized in Milwaukee Magazine as an eating disorder specialist in Milwaukee. My treatment approach is to help you use your strengths to find solutions to resolve your problems and change dysfunctional patterns.
(414) 978-7384
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Joni L Downs, Psychologist  in Milwaukee
“I believe counseling is a collaborative process which involves your active participation. In recognizing the uniqueness of the individual and the power of relationships to heal, I use an integrative approach that considers both your needs and strengths. My goal is to create a framework in our work together that is both useful in the process of change and flexible enough for you to feel safe, comfortable and empowered. I look to provide support and practical feedback to help you resolve current problems and long-standing patterns with sensitivity and compassion.
(414) 376-6557 x309
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Amy Lemberger, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I have been working in the mental health field since 2005 and have experience working with children and their families in a variety of settings including hospitals, residential treatment, and community based services. I am able to see children as young as 4 years old struggling with aggressive behaviors, anxiety, depression, or have a history of trauma. Though I work with children I am also trained in family and couples therapy. I focus on improving emotional awareness within a couple to make them a stronger, more effective unit.
(414) 255-2581
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53210
Greg Parrish, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker having worked with a spectrum of emotional, mood and behavioral issues. I have experience working with adolescents to older adults. My empathic and compassionate personality sets a safe and supportive environment to help clients navigate through life stressors and problems. I like to help people learn how to take control over thoughts that cause problems and challenges. It is also to help you identify the changes that can be made to achieve what you want for the present and future.
(414) 269-4918
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211
Judy Lauwasser-Bruett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, lcsw
“Has your relationship been shaken by an affair? Are you feeling alone, overwhelmed, confused? Do you worry and wonder if you and your relationship can survive the overwhelming sense of betrayal. An affair rocks the foundation of a relationship. No one thinks it can happen to them or that they can survive the intense emotions of infidelity
(262) 395-7807 x103
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53224
Morgan Vance, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“The decision to begin therapy is a big one, and often filled with a range of emotions and questions. There are many paths a therapeutic process can take in moving toward healing, processing painful issues, and working toward positive change. Each person enters therapy with specific individual challenges and hopes for treatment. I work from a perspective of respect for my clients and utilize an eclectic, collaborative treatment approach based on your individual needs. I strive to create a safe and supportive environment that will enable us to work collaboratively and objectively toward those goals.
(414) 255-3301 x81
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53217
Michael Leo Wallner, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“I have worked in the field of Mental Health Counseling for over ten years and have extensive experience working with adults, families, adolescents and children. I received much of my clinical training and experience working in inpatient hospital, residential treatment and outpatient treatment settings. During that time I held a variety of professional positions, received quality supervision and completed my Masters Degree in Community Counseling.
(414) 376-5041
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53210
Regina Goodman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“As a therapist, I want to be one with whom you can feel safe, who you can trust and respect, who can face your pain with you and help you heal. Whether that pain is from childhood wounds or current stressors, I can help you understand it and cope in new ways. I help clients of all ages overcome trauma or loss, anxiety, depression, ADHD, anger, oppositional behaviors, and adjustment to divorce. I also help those who are struggling with loneliness, relationship issues, panic disorder and life transitions.
(414) 939-3284
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53203
Joseph G Pikalek, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“It's very important to me that my clients feel welcome and safe enough to show up exactly as they are. I do my best to attend to my clients in a fully present and available way so that I can deeply witness, listen, and respond to them with clarity, openness, non-judgment, and compassion. I believe that psychotherapy can be a powerful vehicle for self-discovery, self-acceptance, and transformation. I draw on my own experiences of joy and suffering to be with my clients in a human way, and welcome all those who seek a path of healing.
(414) 982-1440 x2
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Lisa Hillary, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“Do you want to be more successful in your relationships, have higher self-esteem, and feel less depressed? Would you like to regain a sense of pleasure in everyday activities? Do you sometimes feel like you are stuck in a "rut" that you are unable to get out of, no matter what you try? As an experienced Therapist, I can help you find happiness in your daily life. I will teach you how to restore your sense of joy in activities, life and relationships. Together, we will rebuild your self confidence, so you feel like yourself again.
(414) 369-2913
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Kelly Smerz, Psychologist  in Milwaukee
“My work as a clinical psychologist is based on my belief that good psychotherapy can be a powerfully transformative experience. While resolution of the symptoms or issues that brought you to treatment is undoubtedly important, I also provide for my clients the opportunity to work in a manner that promotes lasting change and a deeper understanding of themselves. To that end, I strive to assist my clients in developing a sense of well-being that extends to all areas of their lives.
(414) 376-6553
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53217
Emily Hoeveler, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“With enthusiasm and competence, I treat individuals, couples, and families through the difficult times in their lives. My counseling style is straightforward and empathetic so that my office is a safe environment for self-exploration. My therapy draws from a number of different methodologies that are based on each individual's needs. In order to guide others toward healthy and stable decision-making, I use the techniques of cognitive-behavioral, reality, and rational-emotive therapies.
(414) 501-2666
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
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