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Grief Therapists in East Providence
Bereavement, Loss, Mourning

Heather Bonds-Harmon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in East Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW
“My approach to working with clients is both in starting where the client's needs direct our treatment and in establishing trust and safety within the client-therapist relationship. My work experience has involved working with life ages and stages of development from 2-65. I have extensive experience in helping clients who are struggling with trauma, grief and loss issues, anxiety, and those experiencing concerns around sexuality. I believe in a holistic approach to treatment which has been influenced by the work of C.G. Jung, Dialetical Behavioral Therapy, Feminists' models use of empowerment, and family systems work.
Grief
(401) 371-0081
Office is near:
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Bruce J Thompson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in East Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LICSW
“I have worked primarily with gay men, beginning in the 1980s. At that time, my practice focused mostly on gay men and their partners/families who were dealing with HIV/AIDS. I have continued to work with individuals and couples coping with illness, death and bereavement - and the existential and psychodynamic issues that they present. I am particularly interested in working with mid-life and older gay men, including those dealing with illness and those interested in life review. Of course, I also work with men and women of all ages who want to explore psychotherapy as a way to make some changes.
Grief
(401) 519-5456
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Rebecca Sousa, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in East Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Do you want to change your life but don't know where to start? I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) at Anchor Counseling Center who has worked in the field of social work for ten years. I have worked in both inpatient and community settings and have experience assisting individuals and families with a wide variety of mental health concerns. Through use of cognitive behavioral therapy we can address your troublesome thoughts, feelings and behaviors together. My primary goal is to offer a safe, confidential space for adults to work towards improving their quality of life.
Grief
(401) 244-8532
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Jacqueline Meszaros, Counselor  in East Providence
“I provide a safe and supportive environment in which individuals may explore the difficulties and challenges confronting them. With 25 years of experience my practice integrates many psychotherapeutic techniques including Psychodynamic, Gestalt, Family Systems, Jungian, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. In addition, I have extensive experience working with individuals with self-esteem issues, trauma, impulse control disorders, eating disorders as well as developmental disorders. I also specialize in issues related to personal growth, life transitions, spiritual concerns and grief/loss utilizing an integrative model that seeks to bring the individual into relationship with all aspects of his/her self.
Grief
(401) 352-5101
Office is near:
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Michael R Slavit, Psychologist  in East Providence
“Understanding my clients' view of their world is of utmost importance. I take your feelings very seriously. My specialty areas are tension reduction, stress management, alleviating depression, unresolved grief, ADHD, relationship issues, and health/fitness/weight. I work with individuals ages 15 through 99, as well as with couples. I use a variety of methods depending on the client and problem. For instance, I rely on expressive therapy for unresolved grief, whereas I use mainly behavior therapy for tension reduction. Above all, I check frequently with my clents to be sure the methods I am employing are meeting their needs.
Grief
(401) 680-1203
Office is near:
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
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Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I am accepting new individuals, couples, and families . . . making appointments within one week of phone call or possibly sooner depending upon the need.
Grief
(401) 519-4392
Office is near:
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
“I have over 20 years experience helping individuals, families & couples with a variety of issues including: Anxiety, Depression, ADHD, Self-Confidence, Life Transitions, Relationship Issues, Strengthening Families Communication, Trauma Issues. I primarily utilize a Cognitive-Behavioral Approach, providing concrete tools to assist clients navigate through their challenges.
Grief
(401) 486-6081
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Katya Ildeykina, Marriage & Family Therapist  in East Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“The decision to examine one's life in a therapeutic context takes courage. I am here to assist you in taking the first steps, understanding the process, and exploring your options. I try to create an environment that is non-judgemental and accepting. Comfort and trust are critical to a healthy and productive working relationship in psychotherapy, and I want you to feel secure as we identity and explore issues of personal struggle. I am here to help you to go through the difficult times, to overcome self-imposed limitations in your life, and to gain a sense of emotional balance.
Grief
(401) 264-6313
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Timothy Dawes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in East Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Tim Dawes is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, who came to Anchor following a career at Bradley Hospital. Tim has a particular aptitude for working with youth who are undergoing difficulties with ADHD, anxiety, mood issues, impulse control, or anger management. He is skilled at working with youths who have behavioral problems and can be helpful to parents in terms of developing child management strategies. His clinical skill set includes a variety of approaches, with an emphasis on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and developing coping skills that youths and their parents can utilize to improve family life.
Grief
(401) 309-0593
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Richard Figueira, Counselor  in East Providence
“You have taken the first step. I want to help you help yourself. I enjoy working with adults, families, children, and adolescents whom may have Anger, Anxiety/Fears, Depression, Relationship Issues, Family conflicts or OCD. During the therapuetic relationship we will use in array of treatment modalities given your needs. Using these therapeutic interventions, help provide my clients with the psycho-education, thought restructuring, mindfulness, positive healthy coping skills, in a private, confidential environment. You will feel comfortable discussing your most intimate and personal issues in a professional confidential environment. Email me and I will respond within the hour.
Grief
(401) 213-9197
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Abby L Stein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in East Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MEd, LICSW
“I work with a variety of client issues including anxiety and depression. I am gifted at helping clients to transition through the grieving process as well as supporting those who have experienced trauma. Additionally, I am adept at working with women who struggle in their relationships. I have a passion for working with mothers whose children have been diagnosed with Asperger's and are experiencing its challenges. A licensed psychotherapist and special education teacher, I received my Master's degree in Social Work at Simmons College in Boston and my Master's degree in Special Education at Rhode Island College.
Grief
(401) 519-5460
Office is near:
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Kenneth Patterson, Counselor  in East Providence
“I have a history working with adults, children, couples and families. I enjoy working with a diverse population. Change is inevitable in life however how one moves through it is up to the individual. Behavior is changeable but only by the person that has the behavior not by his/her partner, parent, friend etc.
Grief
(401) 489-7724
Office is near:
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Communities for People Counseling and Wellness, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in East Providence
“Communities for People Counseling and Wellness offers individual, couples, family, and group therapy for the child, adolescent, young adult, and adult populations. It includes creative alternatives to traditional talk therapy including Wellness Coaching, Therapeutic Drumming, and a Therapeutic Sports Program which serves youth ages 6-21. We are dedicated to providing effective, strengths-based counseling services to ensure the success of our clients.
Grief
(401) 519-4390
Office is near:
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Cynthia J. Bearse, Counselor  in East Providence
“Are you feeling overwhelmed? Anxious? Are you or someone you love dealing with an addiction and you don't know what to do to help them or yourself? Not quite yourself but you dont't know why? Let me help you. As a holistic mental health counselor, I use all the traditional therapies, with a whole person approach to help you deal with the problems that are getting in the way of you enjoying your life.
Grief
(401) 244-8534
Office is near:
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Eliza Sher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in East Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MFA, MSW, LICSW
“A non-judgmental environment where you can explore your real feelings can make a world of difference and help you find solutions that are right for you. If you are feeling depressed, anxious, irritable, or overwhelmed; are unhappy and don't know why; if you keep having the same pattern of problems at work or in your relationships; or if you simply want more out of life, therapy can help you achieve change in unexpected ways. Change can come through understanding how childhood shaped your experience of self and others. We collaborate to help you grow at your own pace.
Grief
(401) 680-1022
Office is near:
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Diane Petrella, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in East Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, CPCC
“Do you want to take your life to the next level? Do you want to learn an effortless way to solve your problems? Using a mind/body approach, I integrate psychology with spirituality. My ideal clients are individuals who want to access their inner wisdom and learn to trust their intuition to guide them. You will learn powerful tools of visualization, meditation and affirmations as well as the healing benefits of forgiveness and self-compassion so you can take charge of your life, release your current problems and create lasting, empowered change.
Grief
(401) 831-1341
Office is near:
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LMHC, LCDP
“I am a caring person, just like you. I see clients as individuals. My areas of expertise include working children, as well as adolescents and adults whose lives have simply become unmanageable, sometimes due to depression or anxiety and at times life changing events.
Grief
(401) 270-7379
Office is near:
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Jane Georgina O'Farrell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in East Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Anxiety, depression, anger, mood changes, difficulties with inter-personal relationships and low self-esteem are areas that I specialize in. Many of us are not aware that our core beliefs of self and others come from our experiences while growing up and continue to affect us in adulthood. I am here to help you overcome anxiety, low self-esteem and depression by helping you understand, process and move on from these challenging emotions that continue to impact your life. I also treat single traumas that are unrelated to childhood i.e. unexpected death, an accident, victim of crime, etc.
Grief
(401) 287-2178
Office is near:
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Hollis Burkhart, Counselor  in East Providence
“Individuals or couples often come to see me when something is just not working, whether it be their relationship, their job, they feel depressed or are getting more anxious than usual. Sometimes they don't know exactly what's "wrong," only know that they don't "feel right." I think of my work as helping guide individuals back to their authentic self, knowing each person has the innate ability to do this, with some help from a compassionate companion in therapy. My perspective is holistic, acknowledging and valuing each person's physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual attributes.
Grief
(401) 415-7085
Office is near:
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Cynthia Rosengard, Psychologist  in East Providence
“I look forward to working with clients who are motivated to work through life transitions (college transitions, marriages, divorces, parenthood, loss) as well as those experiencing mood and anxiety challenges. I have experience working with students, medical patients, sexual minority clients, veterans, individuals involved in the criminal justice system and elderly individuals. I look forward to hearing from engaged, motivated individuals who are eager to work toward bettering their lives.
Grief
(401) 365-4577
Office is near:
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914

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Therapists in East Providence have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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