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Therapists in Green Bay

Paula Larson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Green Bay
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSE, LCSW
“People don't care how much you know until they know how much you care. I have been in practice for 25 years caring for people. I know sharing your struggles with someone can be difficult and scary. It takes courage to allow someone to join you in your healing journey. I enjoy helping individuals, couples, and families create change in their lives.
(920) 215-2072
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54313
Gina M Greatens, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Green Bay
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I work with individuals, couples, families, and children addressing everything from everyday stress to chronic anxiety & depression. Many clients simply want an objective and trusted listener. I offer a comfortable and private setting for you to settle in and talk about your concerns. Maybe you're contemplating a change and not sure about your path; a new job, starting, ending, or recharging a relationship, confronting someone or resolving old hurts. The thought of change is usually more overwhelming than the actual act of change; anticipation often far worse than participation.
(920) 455-8370
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
Thomas Andrew Doughman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Green Bay
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LCSW
“I have extensive experience with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), anxiety, relationship issues, depression and substance abuse issues. I work with families, adolescents, and in groups to help clients find workable solutions to what brings you to counseling. Clients usually see me for three to six sessions on average.
(920) 319-8163
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
Counseling By Schlader, LLC, Counselor  in Green Bay
“In my private practice I believe in a systemic approach to therapy that is individualized for each patient. I use strength based techniques and empower patients to make better choices. It is my willingness to work "out-of-the-box", be creative, and custom fit sessions that has generated positive testimonials. I encourage patients to take the drivers seat in the development and implementation of their treatment plan. This gives you the best chance at positive change and success. My hope is that after every session you feel more focused, balanced, and empowered.
(920) 341-4176
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54304
Barbara K Delforge, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Green Bay
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“We can all use a little help at times. Sometimes having someone available to just listen and not judge you is a wonderful thing. I offer a free fifteen minute phone consultation to determine if my services are right for you. I have been a licensed psychotherapist practicing in Green Bay, WI for over seventeen years. I provide individual, couple and family therapy for clients 12 years and older. Please contact me if you feel I can help. I look forward to speaking with you.
(920) 659-0946
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
Julie A Kruk, Counselor  in Green Bay
“Each of us has something that no one else has. Something inside makes us truly unique from one another. Unrepeatable! In therapy, I encourage discovery of that uniqueness and strive to provide scenarios for developing it to its fullest potential. My approach is Person Centered Therapy with trust building experiences that use active listening skills. Offices at Breakthrough Counseling, LLC provide an inviting and comfortably safe setting for our clinical work together.
(920) 645-2793
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
Sharon A Paprocki, Counselor  in Green Bay
“A bridge is engineered for one purpose, which is to provide passage from one spot to another. As your therapist, I hope to provide you a bridge between who you are and who you want to become. By supporting the whole of you -- mind, body and spirit -- I believe your hurts can be healed and new insights can light your path to the future you desire. It is your time to embrace a life of wholeness and vitality. I look forward to meeting you.
(920) 843-9187
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54303
Laurie Ferguson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Green Bay
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT, LCSW, NCGCI
“As an individual, couples, and family therapist with 30 years of experience, I match my therapy approach to meet your specific needs. My training and experience give me the ability to tailor various approaches specifically to you. It is my belief that you have the resources and most of the answers to the challenges that you are now facing. I consider you to be the expert on you, and I am the expert on the process. With couples I use Emotionally Focused Therapy, a therapy model that is research driven, and highly successful. I have advanced training in this model.
(920) 550-9897
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
Kimberley M Welk, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Green Bay
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“My practice is based on systemic beliefs that the most successful therapy is accomplished when my client's are supported by those important people around them. This belief transfers into many life issues: marriage, family conflict, divorce, anxiety, school, grief, depression, women's issues, mood disorder etc. I am particularly skilled at working with families' with adolescents, as well as women's issues and with the disorders of depression, anxiety, and mood disorder.
(920) 482-6619
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
“Im a Christian based clinic that addresses Sexual Addiction and Internet Pornography. This is an ever growing issue for many internet users. Internet Pornography is one click away from unhealthy use of your personal computer. Breakthrough Counseling can assist you with these unhealthy internet behaviors.
(920) 645-2709
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
“James P. Heider, Ed.S. is a Wisconsin Licensed Psychologist practicing in the areas of Marriage & Family Therapy, Biofeedback and Ecumenical Faith Based Counseling? He also holds a Wisconsin License in MFT and has worked with biofeedback in combination with other techniques such as hypnosis and behavior modification. James is a Senior Fellow of the Biofeedback Certification Institute of America, and has helped young professionals to enter the field of biofeedback and seek certification. He has specialized with Anxiety Disorders, Depression, and Impulse Control Disorders.
(920) 372-5118
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54303
Lois Pulvermacher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Green Bay
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a combination Mental Health Therapist/Christian Counselor meeting people where they are at and help them work through difficult issues/stages in life. You will be able to "think out loud" and not be judged, to learn tools/strategies to work with situations you feel are out of control and learn to cope. I facilitate a parenting class to help: raise respectful and responsible children, avoid un-winnable power-struggles, and set enforceable limits.
(920) 267-5163
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54311
Paul M Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Green Bay
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I currently specialize in treating law enforcement officers and their families, focusing on those issues that arise from the uniqueness of working within this profession. Issues surrounding traumatic events, organizational stressors, AODA problems, and relationship difficulties are some of the primary issues addressed.
(262) 457-4327
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
Karen M Pleshe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Green Bay
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Have you tried other forms of therapy or don't have confidence that counseling is going to help you? EMDR may be the type of treatment that will assist you. Developed initially for PTSD, it has been found to be extremely effective in helping people overcome performance issues whether they are at work, home, athletically, or relationally related. Whether it is trauma or anxiety symptoms that are the root cause of your problem, EMDR can help you move beyond the negative beliefs and mental barriers that stem from these symptoms, to a place of peace,confidence, and improved well being.
(920) 710-0993
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54313
Steve Shefchik, Counselor  in Green Bay
“Hello. I have 17 years of counseling experience. I take a wholistic approach to counseling: physical, emotional, mental, behavioral, and spiritual (if it is important to the client). These five factors affect our overall well being and should be discussed as part of a move toward general wellness. My focus is to help make positive change(s) in the lives of my clients. Sessions are client-directed and relational based. I also work with a Nurse Practicioner with a psychiatric specialty. Together we can speed up the scheduling and medication process.
(920) 306-1727
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54303
Tricia Gonzalez, Counselor  in Green Bay
“Tired of having the same arguments in your relationship? Struggling with tiredness and lack of interest in the things you used to enjoy? Caught up in worry? Feeling anxious and that "something isn't right?" Or maybe you're just having a hard time and everything you try isn't working. Whatever is troubling you can be resolved. Don't spend another day struggling on your own. With sensitivity, respect, and support, therapy sessions with me will teach you what the real problem is, how it may have started, and what steps are needed to resolve it. Change is possible!
(920) 645-2086
Office is near:
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
Jan Butterbrodt, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Green Bay
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, LCSW, LPC, CSAC
“May I help you navigate to calmer waters. A Lighthouse is the symbol of my mission statement "to provide a safe harbor and a guiding light of HOPE". May I offer you that safe harbor and guiding light of hope as you find your compass in life and navigate to calmer waters. I am a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Licenced Clinical Social Worker, Licenced Professional Counselor, Certified Sex Therapist, Certified Drug/Alcohol Counselor, Trauma Therapist-Certified in EMDR. I am certified in Hypnosis to help with pain management, weight loss, phobias, IBS, and to stop smoking. I am a Mediator, Divorce Coach and Family Ambassador to help families through the un-coupling process and through the upcoming months/years. I am a Life Coach and help with goal setting, challenging negative self messages that can immobilize. I hope to be your Lighthouse and safe harbor. Warm Wishes, Jan
(920) 545-4986
Office is near:
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
Jody S Jessup, Counselor  in Green Bay
“As one of only an handful of therapists in the US who is also a Registered Dietitian, I hold unique qualifications to deal with the entire range of eating disorder and body image issues. I work with weight loss using the non-diet approach. I offer Integrative Personal Wellness coaching to restore balance to body, mind, spirit through the combination of nutrition education and therapeutic skills. Depression and anxiety, communication problems, relationship issues, personal growth and wellness, stress management and medical concerns requiring nutritional consultation are my additional interests and strengths. I work with your goals and at your pace.
(920) 358-0909
Office is near:
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
Sharon Gray, Psychologist  in Green Bay
“Do you wish you could feel happier? Do you struggle with your child's behavior, attitude or school achievement? Feeling stressed, anxious or depression? Have troubled relationships? My work is strength-based, let's find what is working and improve the areas that are not! Life CAN feel better... Through the use of Interpersonal Neurobiology (Brain Science) I provide treatment of emotional and behavioral issues in adults, children, couples, and families. In addition to individual, couple, and family therapy, I also provide assessments for children and adults, including testing for school issues like ADHD and other learning or behavior issues, as well as psychological evaluations.
(920) 471-1773
Office is near:
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
Amy B. Skiver, Counselor  in Green Bay
“At times, we need a direction in life-a "starting point" to get back into balance. The realization of this began for me personally after being diagnosed with breast cancer while I was pregnant with my first child. It was during this intimate and life altering journey that I fully recognized that we all have the potential to create optimal health for ourselves, emotionally, spiritually, and physically. I believe that all forms of healing are rooted in the mind, body and spirit. With guidance, we can harness these elements to invoke necessary change to elevate ourselves.
(920) 645-2810
Office is near:
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301

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