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Therapists in Greenwich

Paige Greytok, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Greenwich
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LMHC, CADC
“Everyone has challenges and trying times; by working together we can obtain balance in your life and stability in your family. You deserve health and happiness, and it is my job to insure that you find both. I have decades of experience in the private and public sector. I understand the complex challenges in both corporate and home life. I am sensitive to your needs and can help with the most difficult cases. I am fortunate to have three different clinical licenses that give me a greater perspective on how to effectively treat my clients.
(203) 779-6417
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
Roni Rogers, Counselor  in Greenwich
“As a Psychotherapist I offer spiritually oriented as well as traditional psychological approaches within a compassionate, interactive, healing partnership. My training is eclectic, although based on psychodynamic and humanistic psychology. My transpersonal orientation is informed by Eastern and Buddhist thought. I believe that healing in the therapeutic process flows from the relationship between the therapist and client. The therapist serves as guide and companion, which allows for a safe, accepting and deeply trusting relationship. I have come to understand that each person has his or her own answers already inside themselves. This empathetic, non-judgmental connection reveals these answers and change occurs.
(203) 318-4803
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
Sandra Eagle, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greenwich
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a psychotherapist, working with children (playtherapy), adolescents, and adults, in individual, couples, family therapy, and groupwork. I blend techniques from the psychotherapeutic and meditational traditions, to guide you right to the place where tension and confusion are causing your energy to be 'knotted', and facilitate a break-through. The freed energy becomes available to support you in creating your life, and your relationships, in the way you aspire to. take a look at my website www.sandraeagle.com available here by viewing my homepage.
(203) 275-0715
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
Joyce Z. Pere, M.D., Psychiatrist  in Greenwich
“I approach each new patient as a caring, sympathetic practitioner, taking the time to assess the challenges facing both the patient and their family. My main objective is to help children, adolescents, adults and their families by providing Psychodynamic Therapies to enable patients to develop a variety of coping skills that will help balance life. Medication management is offered with a careful, cautious approach.
(203) 583-3843
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
“As a psychiatrist in Greenwich, Connecticut (CT), I specialize in treating an array of mental disorders and illnesses, including addiction disorders, ADHD, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorders and depressive disorders. My training is in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Treatments consist of: Neuropsychopharmacology, certification in Buprenorphine (Suboxone), Naltrexone maintenance therapy and Psychotherapy. I am dedicated to providing my patients with the highest level of personalized, authentic and therapeutic care. My goal is to build collaborative relationships with patients that creates a platform for greater insight into ones self understanding, which in turn leads to goal achievement.
(203) 433-5469
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
Emily Hoffman Stern, Psychologist  in Greenwich
“I specialize in the cognitive behavioral treatment of anxiety, stress, and depression in adults and teens. I also work with many patients on issues such as relationships, children, work and school. As a cognitive behavioral therapist, I help patients understand underlying patterns in their thinking and behavior and develop strategies to change these patterns. I also incorporate emotion-focused and mindfulness approaches, working with patients to process their feelings and reactions in a helpful and effective manner.
(646) 762-1128
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
Jill Silverman, Psychologist  in Greenwich
“Choosing a psychologist with whom you will feel comfortable is an important and personal decision. As a psychologist with a background in biology and social work, my work reflects my fundamental commitment to diminish distress and suffering for adolescents and adults. In my 20+ years of practice, it has been my privilege to assist many people in attaining a life reflecting their strengths and goals. Whether psychological / social issues are interfering with your life or medical problems impacting your functioning, you need not be alone with these concerns. I utilize cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic and clinical hypnotherapy in individual, family and couples settings.
(203) 296-3215
Greenwich, Connecticut 06831
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
Beth Hartley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greenwich
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Therapy can be challenging, but it can also be life changing. I am a licensed clinical social worker who works with pre-teens, adolescents, adults, and families in discovering creative and effective solutions for troubling feelings, unsatisfying relationships, and unproductive thinking and behaviors. My therapeutic approach is based on an interactive, warm, and non-judgemental relationship that will help increase self-awareness and insight and transform destructive patterns into new ways of relating to others, the ability to better manage painful and difficult feelings, identify healthier life choices, and effect positive and lasting change.
(203) 318-4752
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
Jennifer Denkin, Psychologist  in Greenwich
“The challenges of life are opportunities to learn about ourselves and make changes to bring us more happiness and health. If you feel unsatisfied, angry, sad or stressed, these emotions can lead to depression, anxiety, relationship problems and poor health. I believe therapy should be client-centered and focused on strengths to promote coping and self-growth. Whether your symptoms or patterns are lifelong or you are experiencing them in response to a life stressor or embarking on a new phase of life, I can help you learn the skills to create the life you want.
(203) 347-4284
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
Edward J Schork, Psychologist  in Greenwich
“Welcome! Feeling stressed, overwhelmed, unfulfilled or invalidated at work or in your relationships? Experiencing intense sadness, anxiety, anger, loneliness, stuck in unsatisfying or self-defeating patterns? Worried about a struggling child or challenged by a troubled teen or difficult family member? Having romantic/marital difficulties, contemplating breakup/divorce? I can help. Together we can build a compassionate, empathic "team effort" that builds upon & enhances your existing strengths, helps you learn new, optimal coping strategies & communication & relationship skills, heals pain and suffering, overcomes obstacles, optimizes career, school or family wellbeing & success, enhances feelings of life satisfaction and fulfillment, and maximizes your and your loved ones' potential.
(203) 463-4194
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
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
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
Rachel Franco,   in Greenwich
Certifi, Life, Coach, MSAP
“Making an important life decision? Dealing with a problem or obstacle? Experiencing a challenging transition? Pursuing a significant goal? We work on strength identification and use as well goal clarification and implementation. Research has shown that the use of positive psychology in life coaching can actually make people happier, optimize their functioning and increase life satisfaction. The practice of Positive Psychology focuses on what is right and strong with people.
(203) 774-5241
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
Devra Braun, Psychiatrist  in Greenwich
“Devra Braun is committed to collaborating with her patients and to providing individualized treatment options. She provides up-to-date scientific information about evidence-based treatment alternatives. This helps to empower patients to make informed decisions. Dr. Braun can provide medication treatment, where needed; however, she also teaches mind-body stress management and self-observation and relationship effectiveness skills. An Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at Cornell (Weill) Medical College, Dr. Braun is the Medical Director of Integrative Medicine and Psychotherapy of Greenwich, LLC.
(203) 212-8653
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
Edward Schork, Psychologist  in Greenwich
“CHILD & ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGIST - SPECIALIST. Over 35 years experience. PHD in CHILD PSYCHOLOGY, SCHOOL Psychology, and CHILD CLINICAL Psychology from #1 ranked program in US (US News/World Report). I really ENJOY talking with & helping kids, and have a knack for getting them comfortable, talking, smiling & better. I blend insightfulness, a warm enthusiastic & humorous style, state of the art evidence-based CBT methods, parent guidance, & family participation. Credentials: 2 Harvard Med School fellowships - Boston Children's Hospital/Judge Baker Children's Guidance Center, & Massachusetts General Hospital. 8 years Senior Psychologist Eating Disorders Program NYPresbyterian Hospital. Assistant Professor, Cornell Medical School. Supervised/Trained younger psychologists. Fulbright Scholar.
(203) 916-0935
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
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
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