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Therapists in Greenwich

Scott Harvey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greenwich
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you feeling sad, depressed, or worried? Do you feel like you have no one to talk to, no one who understands you? Are you having relationship problems or don't feel like you fit in? You are not alone. Let me help you.
(203) 487-5712
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
Clarena L Mcbeth, Counselor  in Greenwich
“I am a licensed professional mental health counselor that offers comprehensive psychotherapeutic care for adolescents, adults, and couples who suffer from depression, anxiety, adjustment disorders, eating disorders, trauma, stress, and relationship difficulties, among others. Services are provided in a comfortable and confidential office to facilitate the most therapeutic environment for each individual. My therapeutic approach is client centered, with focus on a collaborative dialogue, while using the support of psychotherapeutic techniques depending on the individuals needs.
(203) 687-4132
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
Sara Thies Feldman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greenwich
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Everyone goes through periods of time where they struggle with things. I offer support in a non-judgmental environment. I have worked with adolescence and families for the last 8 years. Anxiety, Depression, Eating Disorders and Self Harming behaviors are the areas that I concentrate on. My approach is to work as a team with my client and explore ways to change behaviors that are having a negative impact on their lives.
(203) 916-6812
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
Emily Guttman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greenwich
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I love my work and feel incredibly fortunate to have formed so many meaningful therapeutic relationships. It is a privilege to travel with clients as they emerge from suffering and utilize the strengths they have found and the skills they have learned to achieve balance and ultimately, their life goals. The relationship between therapist and client is a real, equalitarian relationship built on honesty, respect, and collaboration. As we get to know each other, you will find that I am warm, genuine, non-judgmental, flexible, direct, and irreverent. I have a good sense of humor and believe that laughter is an important part of healing.
(203) 433-0327
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
Ashley E. Watson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greenwich
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Life is often unpredictable. It can be filled with pleasure and joy as well as frustration and sadness. Learning how to manage stress, anxiety, relationships, internal and external pressures in a healthy way is a step towards achieving a fulfilling path for your own personal existence. From young to more mature, personal issues vary but each is worthy of close attention in an effort to achieve balance and satisfaction.
(203) 273-4405
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
Therapy Now, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Greenwich
“"The whole is greater than the sum of its parts." Stop using the same approach and expecting different results. Try something new! 10+yrs of experience using therapeutic techniques from the cutting edge of psychology and tailored to your unique set of needs. I have a track record of helping you to develop new and successful solutions. Ultimately leading to the achievement of your goals and helping you to sustain your success for the long term. The opportunity to improve your life is renewed with each waking moment. 2015 is the time to become the person you want to be.
(203) 525-6496
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
“Anxiety, depression, irritability, overwhelming stress, and obsessive worries can be debilitating and significantly limit your capacity to live life. These feelings lead to self doubt, relationship conflict, feelings of inadequacy, loneliness, uncertainty about direction in life, and potentially to substance use to lift depression or ease anxiety. My treatment philosophy draws from diverse experience and theoretical approaches. Treatment is individualized, collaborative, and aimed at understanding underlying conflicts, clarifying life goals, and making substantive behavioral change to enable you to live life in a more introspective, mindful way that leads to greater fulfillment.
(917) 725-5165
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
Susan Gestal, Counselor  in Greenwich
“I have a passion for helping people of all ages improve their relationships, develop healthy coping skills and heal from relational injuries or trauma. In a safe and accepting environment we explore and understand the things that are not working well for you. There is always a reason for people's choices and behaviors, even those that cause significant problems. Once you understand the reason behind the behavior you can begin to make changes and adopt new healthier ways of living. I walk alongside and encourage you in this often difficult, but rewarding process.
(203) 275-0453
Greenwich, Connecticut 06831
Lisa A Mounts, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greenwich
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Everyone experiences feelings of anxiety, disappointment or sadness from time to time. You may be struggling with relationships, your career or perhaps you are coping with a loss or life transition. Overcoming life's challenges can be difficult. Although challenging, these difficulties are treatable. Making the decision to contact a therapist to get help is not easy, but an important first step to feeling better. Finding a highly trained, experienced "results-oriented" therapist who you feel comfortable working with is critical. For the past 20 years I have been providing psychotherapy here in the US and internationally.
(203) 584-9208
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
Joan N Aronson, Counselor  in Greenwich
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, LPC, BCIAC, ADTR
“TRAIN YOUR BRAIN...TRANSFORM YOUR LIFE through an innovative DRUG-FREE approach to ADD, stress, anxiety, depression, OCD, insomnia, migraines, addictions & more. I'll support you in your quest for wellbeing by combining neurofeedback, a sophisticated mind-fitness technique, with cognitive therapy, an exploration of beliefs & attitudes that may be preventing attainment of your desired goals. Neurofeedback is a profound yet gentle computerized training method. It monitors electrical impulses in the central nervous system & feeds back information about your brainwave activity & corresponding state of mind, allowing your brain to rebalance itself naturally.
(203) 212-8123
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
Jeremy B Barowsky, Psychiatrist  in Greenwich
“I view successful psychotherapy as a partnership between patient and therapist. Because people are experts of their own internal experiences, my role is one of empathic co-investigator to help identify maladaptive thinking and behaviors and, subsequently, to facilitate change in my patients. I also offer "state of the art" pharmacotherapy whenever it is indicated.
(203) 916-5485
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
Joyce Nathan, Psychologist  in Greenwich
“The focus of therapy is helping people have better relationships. The work is collaborative in that we work on the problems together and is aimed at helping self-understanding regarding the contribution the person is making to an emotional lock. Focus is also on helping identify feelings as well as learning to express feelings in a productive way so that feelings are more likely to be heard and well received. In times of stress, the issues in relationships are the same but are intensified. Commonly employed protective defenses to stress are withdrawal and isolation which can bring out further negativity in others.
(203) 403-2907
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
Sonya Rencevicz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greenwich
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“When dealing with the curve balls life throws, you can end up feeling stressed, depressed, angry, or lost. Relationships, Parenting, Work/family Balance, Addiction, H.S./ College Athletic, Peer or Academic pressures, Eating Disorders... The expectation is to have all the answers, however the best of us get stuck at times. As an interactive therapist, I provide a warm, judgment free environment with an easy dose of humor . Current challenges or long standing issues? I understand the struggles of living with unhealthy patterns. Together we will utilize your inherent strengths, identify options, & develop optimal strategies towards effective, long term solutions.
(203) 347-0435
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
Melissa Otero, Psychologist  in Greenwich
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist and work primarily with children, adolescents, young adults, and families. I specialize in working with individuals who are struggling with low self-esteem, mood issues, trauma, chronic illness (particularly HIV/AIDS), anxiety, loss, behavior issues, and developmental issues (particularly Autism Spectrum). I feel that parental involvement is crucial to successful treatment, and work closely with parents to encourage the development of positive parenting techniques. One of my primary goals is to help each individual in the family identify and use their strengths to address those areas of their lives in which they are challenged.
(914) 873-0270
Greenwich, Connecticut 06831
Sara W. Hess, Psychologist  in Greenwich
“Hello and Welcome! It takes a lot of courage and commitment to look for a therapist for you or your child, so first of all, it is wonderful you have gotten this far. The clients I see are resilient, they know they can feel better and they want things to change. Their desire to feel better combined with my expertise in cognitive behavioral therapy is often all they need. Psychology is not a mystery, it is science. I provide evidence-based treatments to address complex psychological issues, such as anxiety, depression, phobias, self-harm behaviors, parent behavioral training and ADHD.
(860) 946-4175
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
Amanda Poole, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greenwich
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“As a psychotherapist I help people strengthen their inner resources to deal with problems ranging from addiction and eating disorders, to anxiety and depression. I work collaboratively with patients, ending self-destructive beliefs and behaviors, developing their genuine self-love and acceptance, and recovering their true selves. Both in my training and in my work, I have used a variety of different treatment methods, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), 12-Step recovery, and Emotionally Focused Therapy for couples counseling. Drawing on these diverse approaches, my goal is to meet each patient's individual therapeutic needs in a supportive manner.
(917) 725-2099
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
Lucy D. Flynn M D, Psychiatrist  in Greenwich
“I believe in detailed health evaluation alongside psychopharmacology and therapy. Our health status and environment strongly influence mood and well being, and small or large changes in these areas go a long way to feeling optimal. Health and overall well being are my passion, and my goal for each patient.
(203) 687-4369
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
Jonathan M Gilman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Greenwich
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“As a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist I strive to help clients gain new insights, maximize strengths and effectively manage stress in daily life. I always validate clients' personal efforts to achieve well-being as we address relationship, mood, work, addictions and a wide range of life stage concerns.
(917) 725-4158
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
Kevin A. Root, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greenwich
“As a psychotherapist who has been in practice for over twenty years, I have learned--without a doubt--about works most effectively in therapy, and how to achieve optimum results.These convictions have grown out of my experience not only as a successful therapist,but also out of many years of training and personal experience in the analytical methods known as Jungian depth-psychology. The Jungian approach begins with an understanding of the human PSYCHE; that is, both the conscious, and, perhaps most importantly, the unconscious mind must be understood.
(203) 302-9473
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
Karen Perlman, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in Greenwich
Verified by Psychology Today
Licensed Psychoanalyst, PhD, LP
“I enjoy working with children, adolescents, and adults on a wide range of issues including anxiety, depression, self-esteem, loss, relationships, and family dynamics. My goal is to help people find greater satisfaction in themselves, their relationships, and their work. I believe that the increased self-knowledge and understanding gained through the collaborative psychotherapeutic process relieves symptoms, helps to deepen the capacity for intimacy, and promotes the strength, confidence, and skills necessary to lead a personally meaningful and productive life.
(203) 692-4998
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
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