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Therapists in Danbury

Elizabeth Felicia Cotter, Counselor  in Danbury
“I am a licensed professional counselor with over 10 years experience working with women, children and families in both public and private schools, non-profit organizations, and city agencies throughout Connecticut. My psychotherapy practice specializes in work with women, children, and adolescent girls addressing a variety of issues including trauma, depression, anxiety, self esteem, inter-relationships, parenting, and effective communication. I offer a holistic approach to counseling, implementing an eclectic variety of treatment modalities based on the unique needs of each individual.
(203) 763-4514
Danbury, Connecticut 06810
Lori J Ferguson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Danbury
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“At some point in our lives, we all encounter personal challenges. I am a solution-focused therapist who is dedicated to giving you the best possible care in the shortest amount of sessions. With my straight forward and reality-based approach, I will provide you with the effective tools needed to help you overcome the destructive patterns of behavior that prevent you from enjoying life. An important component of the psychotherapeutic process is the knowledge that within each of us a deeper wisdom exists. As such, personal growth requires insight, awareness and the courage to move toward healing.
(914) 703-4385
Danbury, Connecticut 06811
Elaine E Malgieri, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Danbury
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“At some point in eveyone's life, problems may seem overwhelming. At that time counseling can make a difference. If you have a problem that isn't getting resolved, or if someone you care about does, please call for an appointment. Counseling can help you take charge of your life and feel better about yourself and your world. I can help you discover options and alternatives, let go of things you can't change and improve your relationships. I have learned that the path to success is derived from one's willingness to explore areas of growth.
(203) 274-8230
Danbury, Connecticut 06810
Julianne Mitchell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Danbury
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Do you need guidance in dealing with life's struggles? Do you feel like you, your marriage or your family needs to overcome obstacles or trauma? Are you feeling uncomfortable with yourself? Maybe only in certain situations? Please refer to my list of specialities cultivated over more than twenty years of practice in a respectful, understanding and confidential environment.
(203) 295-3090
Danbury, Connecticut 06811
Dorothy Ann Weise, Counselor  in Danbury
“Being a teenager is difficult! Navigating the teen social scene is a challenging experience for the majority of adolescents. I have worked exclusively with teenagers for the past 12 years focusing on a wide range of issues including substance abuse, eating disorders, family related matters, sexuality, grief/loss, depression, anxiety, academics, social concerns and more. I have dealt extensively with the many peculiarities that come with adolescence and the often difficult fallout for families as the teenager struggles to gain independence.
(203) 794-7101
Danbury, Connecticut 06810
Rosemary Fleiss, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Danbury
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Rari Fleiss "Feeling stuck, confused, or angry too often? Are you having problems in your relationships at home or at work? If you would like to make a change, I'd like to help. I have been helping people reduce depression and anxiety, sustain recovery from substance abuse, and facilitate difficult life transitions for 15 years as a clinical social worker. I am an active partner in the therapeutic process, offering you my knowledge and support to clarify what you need to do to achieve a more stable, satisfying life."
(203) 513-9924
Danbury, Connecticut 06810
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“We all pass through difficult times in life. Divorce, relationship issues, medical problems, current or past traumas, financial issues, family conflict, grief and loss, academic, social and employment problems can impact us all. Depression and anxiety can be biological, rooted in adjustment and or stress, or a result of medical and substance abuse problems. My experience over the past 20 years providing group, individual and family treatment to adults and children has shown me there is no problem that can't be solved with the right combination of coaching, support and resources.
(203) 598-5405
Danbury, Connecticut 06810
Soribel Martinez,   in Danbury
MS, MBA, LMSW
“In the past Seventeen-years I have been dedicated to the work with children, adolescents, adults and families. My Mission/Vision is to help families build healthier and happier homes based on love and respect. I have a passion to work with individuals and families who would like to make a changes in their lives and home structure with the proper assistance in a non-judgmental and safe environment.
(203) 303-4968
Danbury, Connecticut 06810
Michael Mckinney, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Danbury
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Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MSW, LADC, CPP
“I successfully work with persons chemically addicted to drugs and alcohol. A large part of my focus is working with individuals that would benefit from the use of an addiction medication, such as Methadone or Suboxone. I also work with non-chemically addicted individuals such as problem gamblers. It is a recognized strength to work with addicted individuals with respect and dignity and without moral judgment. I support individuals' use of 12 step programs however; I effectively work with individuals who do not prescribe to 12 step philosophies.
(203) 951-6407
Danbury, Connecticut 06810
Robin Angoy, Counselor  in Danbury
“Life is ever changing with many unexpected issues that can lead to unhappiness, and discord. However, "being well through the changes" is key to a sound mind, body, and spirit. My goal is to create an alignment of all three by utilizing an eclectic, holistic approach to therapy. Central to my belief system is the understanding that having a spiritual relationship with a being greater than ones-self is primary to being well and challenging the "demons", or issues that causes discord of the mind, body, and spirit. I combine a balance of spirituality and psychotherapy in my treatment.
(203) 577-5626
Danbury, Connecticut 06811
Theresa Canada, Counselor  in Danbury
“My practice focuses on individual counseling, career counseling and consultation with adolescents and adults. My therapeutic approach is eclectic, but methodology tends to be cognitive behavioral and behavioral therapy. I work best with those seeking more inner peace in their daily lives.
(203) 242-0026 x422
Danbury, Connecticut 06810
Michael Schwarzchild, Psychologist  in Danbury
“Past President, Connecticut Psychological Association. I've spent over 30 years providing psychotherapy to children, adolescents, adults, individuals, couples, and families, and I grow more fascinated by the process every day. The human experience is vast -- although there are common themes, each individual's journey is truly unique. I have learned much from my patients over these many years. Every client has increased my ability to help the next. My commitment to helping ease psychological and emotional pain has increased along with my knowledge, training, and experience. I hope that you will allow me to help you on your path.
(203) 916-6853
Danbury, Connecticut 06811
Juel B Reid, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Danbury
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CSAT, CMAT
“I believe that compassionate, respectful psychotherapy provides effective tools and strategies for recovery when life and relationships become emotionally painful. Personal distress due to depression, marital or family discord, anxiety, sexual addiction, substance abuse, eating disorders, or other concerns, warrant effective therapy which addresses underlying issues contributing to these symptoms. My goal is to use the tools of therapy to open new opportunities for growth, to increase self-understanding & self-respect, to heal emotional wounds - and to take your life in new directions.
(203) 903-9922
Danbury, Connecticut 06810
Joan M Salzman,   in Danbury
“As a psychotherapist in Danbury Ct., I truly enjoy the opportunity to help and guide clients according to their particular needs and issues. My specialites include depression, anxiety, grief and loss.. I've worked over 10 years with families, couples and individuals, with many different diagnoses. I have training in several therapeutic modalities, including the mind/body connection as well. My approach is eclectic, wholistically oriented, and suited to each individual .. I am very non judgemental, and supportive in my approach. I encourage a phone consultation with you to determine if you'd like to move forward together. Thank you!
(203) 774-4553
Danbury, Connecticut 06810
Wendy Mooney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Danbury
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Sometimes our emotions become overwhelming as we try to deal with our relationships, work, school, finances or any of the many issues we face on a daily basis. When anxiety, depression, anger or poor self esteem keep us from being able to achieve our goals it is often beneficial to seek outside help through therapy. I gently encourage my clients to take responsibility for how they contribute to what isn't working in their life so they can learn and grow - creating something better. I provide a safe, non-judgmental environment that acknowledges that change takes courage and hard work pays off.
(203) 745-2142
Danbury, Connecticut 06810
Michael S Johnson, Psychologist  in Danbury
“During 35+ years of practice, I have learned that many people are self-conscious when contemplating beginning therapy. Therefore, I try to help the the client feel safe and comfortable, and openly acknowledge that his/her issues could be similar to ones that may have touched my life as well. I have found that if the client is comfortable during the first session, achievement of mutual therapeutic goals is optimized. I view therapy as collaborative and based upon mutual respect and further believe that learning from mistakes is preferable to repeating ineffective actions.
(203) 318-4364
Danbury, Connecticut 06810
Kimberly Scott, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Danbury
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that a good therapist must be both compassionate and challenging. I have had much success working with people to overcome the depression, anxiety and destructive patterns of behavior that have prevented them from enjoying their lives. I offer my clients a creative and practical approach to the struggles they are facing. I ensure that I fully understand what they are currently experiencing, help them clarify what they want or need for the future, and utilize the skills developed in my 20+ years of experience to help them reach their goals.
(203) 318-4328
Danbury, Connecticut 06811
William D Rhodes, Psychiatrist  in Danbury
“Please click on WEBSITE ! I have been a Medical Doctor since 1974. I will help you search for an answer, a solution, to an issue or problem.YOUR goal will receive all attention.. I have worked with many types of people in many situations, always with great success. I will help you with anything you need. I have specialties in Children and Adolescents, all Adult Issues, Substance abuse , Depression, Bi-Polar Conditions.
(845) 262-2290
Danbury, Connecticut 06810
“I provide professional counseling and life coaching services for children and adults in individual, couples and family settings. I am experienced in working with a wide range of mental health issues and life changes. I have additional specialty training to assist clients who are recovering from traumatic experiences.
(860) 253-2412
Danbury, Connecticut 06810
Patricia E. Gordon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Danbury
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“Feelings of depression, anxiety, loss or unexpected life circumstances oftentimes have a crushing way of throwing one off balance. At an emotionally vulnerable time, it may seem even more challenging to take care of oneself and to seek help through therapy. In a safe, empathic, compassionate, and non-judgmental environment, I provide culturally sensitive psychotherapy and counseling to adults. I believe that by working with people to help them recognize the origin of their emotional distress will allow them to pull on their strengths to overcome these challenges and gain a deeper level of personal insight.
(203) 347-4252
Danbury, Connecticut 06810

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