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Therapists in Madison

Catherine Treece, Psychologist  in Madison
“You may be wondering how to choose the right psychologist for you. After appropriate qualifications, the next most important thing is that you will feel comfortable, connected and understood. This is hard to predict, but check the website, and phone or email as a first step. Listen to both your heart and your head. You may have to make a few tries to get the right person but it will be worth the trouble.
(608) 247-5290
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Anne Erhardt, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“"Growth is the result of responding to change in a positive way. We all go through hardships, trouble, and calamity. This world is full of adversity and difficult situations. However, if we look at each adversity as an opportunity for growth, we can rise above the situation. After all, a seed has to be crushed and broken in the ground before it can begin to grow. Although it may not be easy, there is always the seed of equal or greater benefit. This is growth. We struggle, we learn, we overcome". --Unknown Author
(608) 492-5478
Madison, Wisconsin 53704
Full Potential Coaching & Counseling, LLC, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Madison
“Ted Izydor has been providing mental health and addictions counseling to adolescents, adults, couples and families for over 20 years. He blends a supportive and reality based approach with best practiced approaches to help clients get the results they are looking for. Ted was a key developer of the Alternatives to Aggression teen program at Family Service in Madison, Wisconsin. He has appeared on several television and radio shows to present expert opinion on addiction and violence issues. Ted is an accomplished triathlete and social entrepeneur and also does personal coaching for adolescents, adults and professionals.
(608) 472-2428
Madison, Wisconsin 53716
David Lacocque, Psychologist  in Madison
“Anxiety and depression are heavy burdens that are treatable. Therapy is an effective way to learn about yourself that promotes positive, lasting change. Together, we can form a new understanding of what feels stuck so that you can experience greater security and freedom in the parts of life that are most important to you.
(608) 478-0445
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Emily Barr Ruth, Psychologist  in Madison
“I work with a variety of clients, and I seek to create a personalized approach to meet each of their needs. I believe that my clients can experience profound and lasting change in their lives, and I empower them to implement that change. I work collaboratively with my clients to identify lasting solutions to problems so that they can have more satisfying lives.
(608) 371-6011
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Andrea Vogel Counseling LLC. Ph.D., LPC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
“My clinical focus addresses the needs of people of all ages experiencing eating disorders, depression, anxiety and self harm/NSSI representing diverse cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. I work in tandem with my clients toward an enhanced understanding of the ways in which our constructions of experience impact the way we think and feel and our subsequent actions and behaviors.
(608) 729-4072
Madison, Wisconsin 53719
Shoshana Hellman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, EDD, LPC
“As a result of my personal background I have a deep understanding for people who went through life transitions such as changes in geographical locations,immigration, schools,careers, family changes and divorce. I have worked with people from different cultural backgrounds. I have specialized training in Post traumatic stress (EMDR) worked with clients experiencing a variety of traumas such as abuse and near-death experiences.I have years of experience working with schools and issues related to parents, ADHD, behavioral, emotional and academic issues. I taught and supervised counselors for many years, and prepared counselors for their licensure in Wisconsin.
(414) 395-8206
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Ben Endres, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PhD
“I provide psychotherapy for individuals and couples that is caring, responsive, pragmatic and grounded in evidence-supported methods. I have extensive post-graduate training in a several research supported approaches to therapy for individuals and couples. I balance empathetic responsiveness with a focus changing patterns in work, relationships, and emotional experience.
(608) 218-4750
Madison, Wisconsin 53711
Margaret Berg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“My therapy practice focuses on restoring connection within the couple relationship. I specialize in Imago Relationship Therapy and Sexual Health. Discover what lies underneath relationship conflict and how to resolve it together. Turn conflict into opportunity for growth. Break free from old relationship patterns embedded since childhood and create a healthy, loving connection. Do you desire to be heard, seen and appreciated by your partner? Has your relationship shifted since you first started dating and you are desiring more passion? Are you feeling the profound sadness of a lack of sexual intimacy with your partner? Is sex synonymous with pain, anxiety or emptiness?
(906) 662-4886
Madison, Wisconsin 53715
Andrea Schultz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, RYT, CPT
“With compassion and a gentle, yet direct style, I can help you to navigate painful experiences and emotions, to shift patterns of self-criticism, judgment and shame and to cultivate self-acceptance and desired changes in yourself and in your relationships... I work with clients experiencing anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, illness, self-abuse, relationship issues, compulsions, impulsivity, eating disorders, and identity struggles as well as other lifelong and situational challenges. I firmly believe in our capacity to heal, to find comfort and joy in our lives and to know greater peace. I offer individual, couples, group and skype sessions.
(608) 561-2641
Madison, Wisconsin 53704
Ruth Ellen Saul, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
“I partner with my clients to reduce anxiety, depression, stress, and malaise, while also building strengths and adaptation strategies. To do this, we usually 1) explore any straightforward or creative ways to alter life circumstances that contribute to the malaise, and 2) identify, then make and implement a plan to reduce any self-limiting thoughts, beliefs, assumptions, and doubts that contribute to my clients' distress. While this sounds abstract and difficult, I am informal in my approach and we often have a good time getting where we're going!
(608) 567-4703
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Nancy Feingold, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW
“I welcome clients who want to transform difficult personal and relationship challenges into opportunities for richer, more fulfilling lives. Grief, due to death, break-up, estrangement and unresolved anger can be resolved with guidance and support. My professional training, scores of years in practice, and spiritual grounding combine to offer guidance and healing . Specific skills in mindfulness and meditation add depth to our work together.
(608) 561-4631
Madison, Wisconsin 53711
Jennifer Ebbott, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I work with children, adolescents, adults and families. I have a strong background in working with children and families experiencing stress of all kinds. This could be a loss, an illness or a traumatic event. I also work with many parents who are just hoping to do better, improve their parenting skills and adopt/maintain a positive parenting strategy. I will explore with you your goals and strengths, as well as the barriers that get in the way of your success. I believe that growth and healing comes from a collaborative and supportive therapeutic relationship. I believe in all persons capacity to change and grow.
(608) 216-2266 x8993
Madison, Wisconsin 53719
Martha Kauppi, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, AASECT
“I offer warm, compassionate care to individuals, couples and families. I particularly love helping with issues of self, relationship, sexuality, creativity, and identity. Are there aspects of your relationships you would like to strengthen? Are you struggling with who you are, want to be, or are expected to be? Do you have health issues, belief systems, or relationship challenges that create blocks to sexual expression? Are you experiencing a loss of passion or sense of disconnect in your intimate relationship? Does your life feel less creative and zesty than you would like? I would love to help!
(608) 406-2896
Madison, Wisconsin 53704
Ann Veilleux, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW
“Are you unhappy in your relationship? Do you feel that the two of you are stuck and not making things better? Yours is a common problem. Maintaining a personal relationship can be the hardest job there is - for a lot of us. I teach couples how their mode of communicating is getting in the way of feeling trusting and close. I am particularly skilled in catching the subtleties of how people effect each other with out realizing it. Let's work together to regain what it was that brought you together in the first place.
(608) 406-2875
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Dr. Sanjay Agarwal, Psychiatrist  in Madison
“Hello. If you are visiting this site and reading my profile, chances are you have recognized that you or somebody you care about has an issue affecting the ability to live a happy life. I focus on more than just helping to restore a person's functionality; my goal is to help people realize their true potential, from a personal, professional, social, and spirtual point-of-view.
(608) 554-4013
Madison, Wisconsin 53711
Amanda Meyer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I understand that starting therapy can be a scary process. I work to create an open and inviting atmosphere for everyone who walks through my door. It is important to feel like you have a "good fit" with your therapist, which is why I take the time to listen to what brings you in, hear your personal goals and explain what you can expect from therapy. It's not my job to judge, blame, or take sides. I will work with you to provide tools, identify your personal strengths and offer new ways of communicating to provide relief.
(608) 478-0415
Madison, Wisconsin 53715
Peter C Jackson, Psychologist  in Madison
“I enjoy and work well with a variety of clients and encourage clients to contact me directly to find out if I am a good fit for their needs. I am an empathic and supportive clinician who deeply values and respects others, particularly at a most vulnerable time in their lives, where sharing with another person can be difficult. Through this process, I collaborate with clients on what their needs are so that we can begin to help them work through their issues in solving problems in their lives so that they can be beneficial to themselves and others.
(608) 713-6263 x209
Madison, Wisconsin 53711
Marina DeMenech, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My goal is to help you find your way to a happy and satisfied life. Together, we will talk about your feelings, thoughts, dreams, choices, and behaviors, and we will work to understand them. As you come to know yourself more, you will feel stronger and better able to overcome what has been troubling you.
(646) 679-7808
Madison, Wisconsin 53703
Nina Pernecke, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“What is possible for you in your life? Are you ready for peace? A hallmark of my work is the relative quickness of the process. Discover and sustain your unshakable, peaceful core, replacing self criticism, depression, anxiety, insecurity, trauma responses and their manifestations. For example, these may include a lack of focus, relationship issues, panic, anxiety, self esteem problems or boundary challenges. My gentle, nurturing, client-centered approach to your healing is to respectfully behold you, your experiences, how they affect you and to turn it around.
(608) 554-1079
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
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