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Substance Abuse Therapists in Albany

Daytop NJ, Treatment Facility  in Albany
“Daytop NJ gives teens back their lives and parents back their child. Daytop NJ is an integrated residential treatment and therapeutic boarding school for teenagers aged 13-18. Located in the beautiful town of Mendham, New Jersey, Daytop NJ provides an integrated school and residential treatment program for teenagers with substance abuse and co-occurring disorders.
Substance Abuse
(845) 510-8709
We serve:
Albany, New York 12201
Faisal Rafiq, Psychiatrist  in Albany
“I am a Board-Eligible Psychiatrist, I have 8 years experience in the field of psychiatry. I am an alumni of Albany medical Center Psychiatry residency. Being in Albany for the last 10 years, I am very familiar with the services and referral sources this community has to offer. I hope to treat my clients with a unique, and individualized plan, with less emphasis on the "clock" and more on providing excellence in care. I will be accepting many HMO insurance plans after January 2014.
Substance Abuse
(518) 605-7505
Albany, New York 12203
Patricia A Huber-Villano, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“I graduated from the State University of New York at Albany in 1999 and currently practice as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I have 15 years of experience in the treatment of mood and anxiety disorders, self esteem issues, anger management, grief and loss as well as addiction issues. I have a particular passion for utilizing a strength based model and specifically Cognitive Behavioral Techniques to help navigate into a world of more realistic thinking patterns. I am a firm believer in developing a partnership with my clients to guide you along the path of your own recovery.
Substance Abuse
(518) 304-5525
Albany, New York 12208
The Right Place, Treatment Facility  in Albany
“What makes us The Right Place to detox is our multi-dimensional outlook and our ability to individualize treatment and care. Our state-of-the-art facility is privately owned and intimate, assuring you the sort of personalized care not available at hospitals or larger institutions. Our medical staff is headed by an M.D. with many years experience in the treatment of addition. Our dedicated nurse and support staff offer personal compassion coupled with the highest level of professional care.
Substance Abuse
(561) 325-7309
We serve:
Albany, New York 12202
Retreat at Lancaster County, Treatment Facility  in Albany
“Retreat is located on 24 wooded, serene acres providing the ideal setting for the early stages of recovery. The 120 bed campus includes common areas, dining room, treatment center, gymnasium, fitness center and patient rooms featuring locally handmade Amish furniture, full size beds, granite counters and ceramic tile showers.
Substance Abuse
(717) 850-9357
We serve:
Albany, New York 12202
“I have been working in mental health since 2007, starting on an inpatient setting working side by side with a psychiatrist and learning very much about psychiatry and medication management. As I became more comfortable after getting experience in an inpatient setting, outpatient and ER setting, I then moved on to a mental health clinic and was seeing many ages from 5-80 and was providing medication management for a seriously persistently mental health population in an OMH clinic. My experience is extensive and have also worked in the private sector treating all ages and all mental health diagnoses.
Substance Abuse
(518) 620-4059
Albany, New York 12205
Lavonne Freeman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, LICSW
“If your relationship with your significant other has become distant, and you're feeling as if the two of you are drifting apart, the therapeutic milieu is a good place to start piecing things together. The goal is restoration. I provide homework assignments geared towards enhancing communication and structured interactions such as: What do you believe to be central to your partner's thinking? Write 2 statements that summarize what you heard your partner describe. How does your partner think? What goes into their decision-making process? Other assignments such as a Date Night, and Exploratory Readings are also explored.
Substance Abuse
(518) 213-4192
Albany, New York 12208
Carolyn Schimanski, Counselor  in Albany
“Life in general is hard. When you add financial problems and employment problems...or a history of childhood trauma...or domestic violence... or unhealthy substance use, it becomes difficult to function. Depression and anxiety appear. My thoughts about how people change is multilayered. It is important to identify all the things that are challenging you, gain some insight AND develop a path forward that involves changing your behavior to be better able to achieve the things in life that you want.
Substance Abuse
(518) 244-8638
Albany, New York 12208
Albany-Therapy.com, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Albany
“With safe, thoughtful and cooperative interaction, we can find ways to give lift to your struggle. It really is that simple. I am ready to listen to you and hear what you have to say.
Substance Abuse
(518) 662-0621
Albany, New York 12202
Sean M Endress, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW-R
“You are more than just a diagnosis. Respect, compassion, and collaboration are essential components of effective counseling. I hope that we can work together to bring joy, gratitude, hopefulness, and ease back into your life. I will gently help you to make sense out of anxious and depressed states, manage overwhelming feelings, eradicate unhealthy patterns of behavior, and create a positive vision for your future. This will help you to feel more confident, resilient, and fulfilled.
Substance Abuse
(646) 600-9229
Albany, New York 12203
Gretchen Wilber, Psychologist  in Albany
“I am a results-oriented Clinical Psychologist. My practice is built upon providing flexible and yet comprehensive clinical treatment personalized to my client's or group member's needs. I use integrated Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Psychodynamic approaches to explore factors maintaining the emotional difficulties which interfere with personal, work and familial relationships. Previous clients have benefited from my contemporary clinical style, which often makes use of: tele-mental health, therapeutic smartphone applications, self-assessment questionnaires, structured homework assignments and relaxation exercises. These tools, combined with other techniques, empower clients to develop lasting therapeutic changes both during and in-between sessions.
Substance Abuse
(518) 621-0147
Albany, New York 12205
James K Mosher, Psychologist  in Albany
“Have you had therapy that felt good, but nothing got better? Maybe your therapist was "too nice" or didn't push you enough? I have a gentle-but-challenging style and, together, we will confront the things that you don't want to face but that you know you need to. No one comes to see me because life has been too kind to them; to me, this means life-changing psychotherapy is hard work. It is scary. You have to feel tough feelings. And, after doing this, you feel better. If you want to change your life, call me.
Substance Abuse
(518) 832-5387
Albany, New York 12205
“Dr. Neil Cervera is a licensed New York State Psychotherapist, who received his doctorate from New York University. Dr. Cervera has been in practice for more than 30 years. In addition, he is a Research Assistant Professor Emeritus in the School of Social Welfare at the University at Albany. He is a specialist in the areas of Infertility Therapy and Child and Family issues. His areas of specialization include: Infertility and Adoption issues; Depression and Anxiety; Relationship and Communication problems; Coping with life transitions such as divorce, remarriage or alternate lifestyles; Smoking cessation; Stress management; Child/adolescent and parent problems;
Substance Abuse
(518) 379-0246
Albany, New York 12208
Project Equality, Counselor  in Albany
“When you want or need to stay together, and problems include physical or emotional abuse, services are hard to find. Project Equality develops programs that are responsive to client's requests for options and choices. The solution to interpersonal violence no longer rests entirely with shelters and courts. There is much new thinking about how to address the issues. I have over 30 years of experience with both perpetraters and victims of abuse. Throughout the process we focus on your subjective experience of safety. Then we provide education, skill building, counseling and next steps.
Substance Abuse
(518) 875-4278
Albany, New York 12208
Lacey Gayle Putnam, Counselor  in Albany
“Lacey Putnam, LMHC, has worked for over 10 years as a therapist. She graduated from Columbia University in 1991 and the University of Nebraska in Omaha in 2002, with a degree in Counseling. Early experiences included job coaching individuals with severe mental illness and providing residential support and management for group homes for adults with developmental disabilities. Since becoming a therapist, Lacey has enjoyed working with children, teens and adults, specifically in the areas of addiction, behavior management and coping with mental illness.
Substance Abuse
(518) 531-3365 x103
Albany, New York 12208
Lauren Fury, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“I am experienced with treating clients of all ages from early childhood through adulthood with varying needs and difficulties. I am great with both male and female clients from diverse and varying backgrounds. I realize that clients are coming in with their own unique stories, strengths and struggles. In individual therapy, I look at each individual within the larger context of the environment in which they live. I work alongside the client to collaboratively come up with agreed upon goals for treatment. I individualize treatment tailored to the needs of each client using a strengths based approach towards problem solving.
Substance Abuse
(845) 208-0748
Albany, New York 12207
Kim Ploussard, Counselor  in Albany
“I specialize in marital and relationship counseling. If you are tired of having the same fight, feel disconnected to your partner, or would like to find ways to enhance your relationship, you will benefit from my approach. I help couples make repair by supporting each person to be more authentic in their relationships. I have a unique style that is supportive in a way that is also direct and challenging. Couples learn how to move through difficult issues and expand their comfort zones. Through this process, couples achieve greater closeness with each other while maintaining their own identity.
Substance Abuse
(518) 290-0918 x94
Albany, New York 12203
Puspita Sen, Counselor  in Albany
“Puspita Sen, LMHC, CASAC/ICADC, CH ~ Puspita is a highly effective, compassionate and dedicated clinician with twelve years of active clinical experience. She is a culturally competent clinician and works collaboratively with her patients while focusing on their strengths to empower them to bring healing and joy in to their lives. Her clinical advice, "No matter how good or bad you think your life is, wake up everyday and be thankful for being the way you are, you are a unique kind of wonderful and make the most of it."
Substance Abuse
(518) 893-4115
Albany, New York 12208
Compassionate Treatment Center, Counselor  in Albany
“Your life has profound meaning and sense that transcends any limitation experienced or imagined. It is alright, and a sign of strength to ask for help. Dr. Simon is always available to help.
Substance Abuse
(518) 512-0253
Albany, New York 12205
Susan C Maille, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“I am a nonjudgemental, compassionate listener and active participant in the therapy process. I look forward to supporting you as you identify your goals and start on your journey to a happier, healthier and more successful life. I have more than 20 years experience providing individual and group therapy to adults in an Outpatient Clinic of a local medical center. I have also provided adoption assessments for the Courts and for Social Service agencies and families for ten years.
Substance Abuse
(518) 499-3017
Albany, New York 12205

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Substance Abuse Therapists
If you're looking for help with substance abuse in Albany or for Albany substance abuse counseling, these professionals provide substance abuse services and substance abuse treatment. They include substance abuse Therapists in Albany, substance abuse psychologists and substance abuse counselors. They can help with drug addiction and drug abuse treatment in Albany, alcohol addiction, chemical dependency and substance abuse recovery. A Albany substance abuse Therapist provides outpatient services but can also refer to treatment centers, clinics, rehab, treatment programs and substance abuse facilities.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Albany have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Albany you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Albany and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Albany or family therapy in Albany.