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Depression Therapists in Madison

Kathleen S Buono, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Honesty, open-mindedness, and willingness to change and grow - this is 'HOW' recovery works. Every individual's life is filled with both trials and tribulations. During the difficult times, it is very common to seek out a therapist, in order to develop and strengthen healthy coping strategies. In a caring and nurturing environment, based on respect, we can work on gaining a deeper understanding of your thoughts and how they directly relate to your feelings and behavior. The ultimate goal, no matter what the presenting problem is, is to be able to function effectively in the here and now.
Depression
(908) 349-1074
Madison, New Jersey 07940
Rosanne Connolly, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LCADC
“People seek therapy for a variety of reasons. Some seek personal growth or are struggling with addictions, depression, anxiety or relationship issues etc. People are individuals who respond in their own particular way to therapy. I work collaboratively with my clients and utilize various therapy techniques depending on their needs. One of the most important factors in therapy is having a positive therapeutic relationship where trust can be formed and the person feels validated.
Depression
(973) 607-3184
Madison, New Jersey 07940
Cecilia Dilzell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LCSW, ACSW, LMFC
“Former field instructor for the graduate schools of Columbia and Rutgers universities. Clear and direct feedback with compassion. Focused short term and long term goal-oriented treatment sessions in the CBT and DBT treatment framework. Willing to accompany agoraphobic clients to feared settings. Knowledgeable about psychotropic medications and will work with prescribing physician as needed. Phone or e-mail inquiries are welcome. Reduced fee considered in special circumstances. Group therapy offered periodically.
Depression
(973) 536-0318
Madison, New Jersey 07940
Lisa R Greenberg, Psychologist  in Madison
“As a psychologist, I create a climate in which people feel comfortable addressing the obstacles that are keeping them from a full and satisfying life. I work with people of all ages, from young teenagers through old age, who are struggling with a wide range of problems, including stress, depression and anxiety, relationship and family conflicts, and school and career issues. I understand that it is usually difficult for people to decide to reach out for help, and I try to make the experience as easy as possible.
Depression
(973) 765-0313
Madison, New Jersey 07940
Low Cost Psychotherapy Center at CPPNJ, Treatment Facility  in Madison
“The Psychotherapy Center (PC) is the community service agency of The Center for Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis of New Jersey since 1987. To Learn more about CPPNJ go to www.cppnj.org . The PC provides affordable, intensive, quality psychotherapy for adults who either do not have insurance or prefer to go outside managed care. The PC also offers couples therapy at a low cost. Therapists use an integrated approach using contemporary models such as emotionally focused therapy and imago therapy, along with a contemporary psychoanalytic perspective. For couples, therapy tends to be short term (8-20 sessions) and is aimed at finding effective solutions to gridlocked impasses in couples. For those seeking family or child therapy referral suggestions can be provided.
Depression
(866) 923-2032
Madison, New Jersey 07940
Debra Haverson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I bring a calm, non-judgmental presence to our sessions while remaining direct about the ways in which your own perceptions and actions may be keeping you from enjoying life more fully. I also recognize that sometimes there's just a need to problem-solve and tackle challenging circumstances from a practical perspective. It is possible for people to feel more joy and contentment from their lives and their relationships. Difficult feelings such as sadness and worry, as well as problematic behavior patterns, usually arise from a combination of the typical pressures of life and our own personal histories.
Depression
(973) 679-7424
Madison, New Jersey 07940
Ann C McCarthy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Therapy can create opportunities for change. It is a process and can be risky at times. A current situation may be uncomfortable, but it is often familiar and resistant to change. Sometimes gaining acceptance from others becomes more important than gaining acceptance of oneself.
Depression
(908) 864-7834
Office is near:
Madison, New Jersey 07940
Jaqueline Bonanno, Counselor  in Madison
“Welcome! I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and an LCADC with 20 years of experience helping families,couples, adults and adolescents.Change is possible when we choose it.Psychotherapy allows us to recognize how problems are interconnected to past and present contexts. Resolution is understanding this pattern and being empowered to change for the better.Treatment is based upon your unique history and the presenting situations that bring you to my office.Frequently clients comment on feeling safe and comfortable in their initial visit. I see it as a privilege to engage in an exploratory process on your therapeutic journey.
Depression
(862) 200-7929
Office is near:
Madison, New Jersey 07940
Andy Lapides, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, BCD, QCSW, CSW-G
“Hello! Thanks for looking at my ad. My name is Andy Lapides and I am a psychotherapist in Morristown, New Jersey. I believe that all people have the ability to heal with the right conditions. It often takes time and patience to develop trust, consistency, and a supportive relationship. I bring warmth, strong listening skills, flexibility, and humor to my work.
Depression
(973) 539-5009
Office is near:
Madison, New Jersey 07940
Janine Tremblay, Psychologist  in Madison
“When you come to see me for your first session, you can expect to feel comfortable and free to express your needs. I will interview you to find out what concerns you are bringing to me. Your can be confident that any information you share about your struggles will be treated with the respect it and you deserve. Together, we will discuss your treatment options and start formulating a plan. The best way to get started is simply to call me with your questions about my practice and what you are seeking to address through therapy.
Depression
(973) 814-4322
Office is near:
Madison, New Jersey 07940
Psychiatric Services of New Jersey, Psychiatric Nurse  in Madison
“We specialize in treating consumers throughout the lifespan; from children to elder adults, offering bilingual and bicultural providers. Believing in treating the individual holistically, our course of treatment focuses on the emotional, intellectual, spiritual and physical, through medication management and counseling.
Depression
(973) 975-4562
Office is near:
Madison, New Jersey 07940
Maureen Kritzer-Lange, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I provide a warm, caring approach to help you understand and work through the difficult issues in your life. Working to get to know yourself better will give you the freedom to help you begin to make positive life changes. For over 18 years I have specialized in the treatment of eating disorders. I am on the faculty of the Center for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy of New Jersey (CPPNJ). I am also the past President of the Eating Disorders Association of New Jersey.
Depression
(973) 310-2111
Office is near:
Madison, New Jersey 07940
Patricia A Hucko, Counselor  in Madison
“What clients have taught me over 15 years in practice is that to be genuinely heard and understood is a lost art in our busy technological world. Whether we are deeply hurt due to relational trauma, painfully grieving as the result of loss of meaningful attachment or trying to survive the distress that comes from living life with spouse/ child who has been diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome. In these tumultuous times we frequently yearn for "another" who can professionally provide a soft place to fall and help us find answers and sort out the tangled emotional and cognitive web of internal confusion.
Depression
(908) 287-1833
Office is near:
Madison, New Jersey 07940
Jeffrey Wolff, Psychiatrist  in Madison
“Many of my clients have battled symptoms for years. Some have been in psychotherapy and some have tried psychiatric medications. Few have been able to work with one care provider in both modalities simultaneously. I offer this possibility- the option that many research studies have shown to be the most effective! As a physician I will take your overall health and nutritional status into account in formulating an approach to your care. I will make sure you are totally comfortable with our plan.
Depression
(973) 536-2863
Office is near:
Madison, New Jersey 07940
Discovery Psychotherapy Center, LLC, Treatment Facility  in Madison
“At Discovery Psychotherapy Center, our mission is to create a warm and welcoming environment where you will feel comfortable sharing your personal struggles and triumphs with us. Through the supportive and collaborative process of psychotherapy, we seek to help you increase your awareness of yourself, your motivations and your actions. As you become more aware of yourself, your perceptions, and your usual ways of relating to others, you increase your ability to break out of old patterns that may not be working anymore. Sometimes the journey of psychotherapy involves finding relief from troubling symptoms, while at other times it consists of making room for increased effectiveness, freedom and joy. This personal change process happens through guided discovery.
Depression
(973) 928-8190
We serve:
Madison, New Jersey 07940
Kathleen Andrews, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“It's hard to decide on a therapist. Make this first decision easier by coming in to talk with me. This first visit is complimentary. Its so important to find the right match - for both of us. If we work well together, we will develop a plan for moving forward. If you (and/or I) feel that we can't get you where you need to be, I will try to direct you toward someone that can help. Take the guessing out of this process because, I am guessing, you already have enough to think about.
Depression
(973) 512-6251
Madison, New Jersey 07940
Affordable Mental Health Services, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
“FREE FIRST SESSION, LOW FEES. With 30 years of experience, I can provide you with analysis of your problem, probability of successful resolution and method of treatment after your first free session. Please see website for further information and references.
Depression
(862) 324-7160
Madison, New Jersey 07940
Carl L Shesler, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, DMin
“I have practiced psychotherapy with individuals, couples and families in the Madison, NJ area for 29 years. I work with people of all personality types and provide a supportive relationship for change and growth. It is my privilege to be in a "people-helping" profession and to see the resourcefulness of the human spirit in working through problems and becoming whole.
Depression
(973) 433-5757
Madison, New Jersey 07940
Violina Frenkel, Psychiatrist  in Madison
“My treatment philosophy involves operating from a biopsychosocial framework to implement the most comprehensive treatment plan for each patient. I believe psychopharmacological interventions are an important part of a treatment plan, but are most efficacious in conjunction with other non-pharmacological interventions such as psychodynamic or cognitive behavioral psychotherapy. My services include consultation and medication management. I work very closely with a number of therapists who I refer to if therapy is essential to your treatment.
Depression
(908) 325-5292
Office is near:
Madison, New Jersey 07940
Diane L Cabush, Psychologist  in Madison
“People seek therapy because they struggle with depression, anxiety, relationships, work, or faith that is no longer working for them. Expectations of life and relationships are formed by our experiences in our formative years. Therapy provides a place where our stories can be told and understood, and involves examining the past, along with expectations and hopes, so that we can come to see more clearly what changes are necessary to experience the future we desire. As we understand how our past has shaped us and begin to experience something new, we are freer to choose growth and health for ourselves.
Depression
(973) 310-2053
Office is near:
Madison, New Jersey 07940

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

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Madison you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Madison and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Madison or family therapy in Madison.