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Therapists in Milwaukee

Earle Ruhnke, Psychologist  in Milwaukee
“I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with over 15 years of experience providing treatment to adolescents and adults. I believe that the therapeutic relationship is a unique one that provides perspective and insight. The collaboration is important and is necessary for growth and development.
(414) 982-1222
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Karen Kubik, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“I have been working in the clinical and counseling field for over 20 years. I work with individuals, couples, and families. In my practice I work with male and female clients ages 13 and older. Along with the above, I have worked with a very diverse clientele, including male and female corrections clients. Former clients of mine have described me as very relaxed and laid back along with being very easy to talk to. I have also been described as enjoying my work in all areas of counseling.
(414) 269-5675
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Sue Sittler Nelson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“SORRY MY PRACTICE IS CURRENTLY FULL AND I'M UNABLE TO ACCEPT NEW CLIENTS. I have provided psychotherapy for over 20 years to people who want to make changes and grow in their lives. I enjoy helping individuals work through a variety of issues including stress and anxiety, grief and loss, body image and self esteem. I have been voted by my peers and recognized in Milwaukee Magazine as an eating disorder specialist in Milwaukee. My treatment approach is to help you use your strengths to find solutions to resolve your problems and change dysfunctional patterns.
(414) 978-7384
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Trish Miller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I believe psychotherapy is a journey of self-discovery and self-acceptance. I also believe it is a collaborative relationship that is built on trust and mutual participation. I offer clients a compassionate and non-judgmental approach that encourages an honest exploration of difficult patterns and stuck places in their lives. I assist clients in calming their inner critic and developing a positive and loving relationship with themselves and others. I empower clients to find their own answers and truths. I invite clients to develop their inner resources and to deepen their spiritual connections.
(414) 376-5005 x307
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Kara Catrelle, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Welcome . . . finding the right therapist can be a daunting task. I have a deep understanding of the evolutionary path of the soul on its quest to regain wholeness. I use a holistic combination of Eastern Practices and Depth Psychology - helping clients to bring what lies in the hidden realms of the unconscious mind into the conscious mind and allowing people to live a more authentic & joyful life where their inner world aligns with their outer world. This process of unfoldment brings their Higher Self to the forefront of their consciousness and assists in attaining Self Mastery and Higher States of Consciousness.
(414) 501-2563
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Mary Jane M Demet, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I enjoy walking a journey of self-discovery with clients who want to have a more meaningful life and enhanced interpersonal relationships. Struggling with depression and anxiety makes life seem overwhelming and change difficult. I can help.
(414) 269-5507 x226
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Lisa Hillary, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“Do you want to be more successful in your relationships, have higher self-esteem, and feel less depressed? Would you like to regain a sense of pleasure in everyday activities? Do you sometimes feel like you are stuck in a "rut" that you are unable to get out of, no matter what you try? As an experienced Therapist, I can help you find happiness in your daily life. I will teach you how to restore your sense of joy in activities, life and relationships. Together, we will rebuild your self confidence, so you feel like yourself again.
(414) 369-2913
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
David Franczyk, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, MSW
“I believe that people not only want, but also need, someone to listen to them. I welcome the opportunity to develop a therapeutic relationship with individuals and couples to guide them from hope to healing.
(414) 367-4948 x104
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Joseph G Pikalek, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“It's very important to me that my clients feel welcome and safe enough to show up exactly as they are. I do my best to attend to my clients in a fully present and available way so that I can deeply witness, listen, and respond to them with clarity, openness, non-judgment, and compassion. I believe that psychotherapy can be a powerful vehicle for self-discovery, self-acceptance, and transformation. I draw on my own experiences of joy and suffering to be with my clients in a human way, and welcome all those who seek a path of healing.
(414) 982-1440 x2
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Brandon Wells, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“As a psychotherapist in Milwaukee I offer services in a private comfortable setting designed to meet your unique needs. I treat depression and anxiety in a caring and compassionate manner geared toward empowerment. These issues can be difficult but getting effective help does not have to be. We will work together to achieve your desired results. I have over 20 years of experience treating clients with a wide range of issues. I will personally call you back, set an appointment within a week and help you navigate all insurance and or finacial obstacles.
(414) 369-2963
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211
Shannon L Smith, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“Are you depressed, easily angered, or stressed out? I am, Shannon Smith with SLS Counseling Group, LLC, specializing in providing high quality behavioral and mental health services. I am committed to building self-esteem, improving decision making, and developing appropriate coping skills to youth in the community. I focus on individual and group therapy that ranges for academic underachievement to substance abuse. Each individual has a trait to be resilient and has the inherent capability of achieving goals.
(414) 376-9024
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53216
Riverwalk Psychotherapy Associates, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
“I view psychotherapy as a powerful tool for breaking out of confusion and pain. I work with people seeking help with depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, life transitions, job problems, relationship issues, lonliness, and unhappiness. For couples and families, I aid with communication, conflict resolution, decision-making, trust, intimacy, parenting, developmental transions, behavior and school problems, launching adolescents, and marriage after children. I actively and compassionately work with individuals (adults and adolescents), couples, and families to help them regain a sense of hope, meaning, and connection in their lives, improving their coping skills and to manage daily stress and overcome destructive behaviors.
(414) 263-9090
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53203
Alison Kravit, Psychologist  in Milwaukee
“Hello! I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist specializing in treatment and management of diagnoses such as ADHD, depression, anxiety, and Asperger's Syndrome. Much of my practice revolves around Adult ADHD and the impact on relationships, improving social skills and relationships, bullying and LGBTQ issues in the school, and working with teenagers navigate through this tough period of their lives. The practitioners at my clinic frequently refer patients to me for psychological evaluations in order to clarify diagnoses, understand possible barriers to progress in therapy, and provide insight regarding how emotions affect one's ability to cope effectively with stress.
(414) 774-1794
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53226
Medina's Way, Pastoral Counselor  in Milwaukee
Pastoral Counselor
“Hello Potential Clients! Thank you for your interest in Medina's Way, for your counseling and mental health needs. Medina's Way provides comprehensive mental health service for individual, families, and children, where they are welcomed in a warm and inviting environment, and can find comfort and peace while dealing with their own personal issues. We provide therapy/counseling for issues such as: ADHD, ADD, AADD, AODA, Behavioral Issues with both children and adults, Depression, Bi-Polar, Schizophrenia, Natural Health Alternatives, Marriage Counseling, Substance Abuse, Nutrition, Grief Counseling, and so much more.
(414) 751-8950
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53216
Linn Visscher, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, JD, MA, LPC, LMFT
“Are you feeling overwhelmed or frustrated with life, work, or your important relationships? Someone who listens deeply, respectfully, and with understanding can help build solutions and create room to breathe. Sincere listening, safety, trust, and discretion are at the heart of my practice. I draw from various approaches to understand and address your concerns, using perspective gained from my counseling masters degree, a two-year post graduate marriage and family therapy program, and my personal experience with the rigors of professional life as a former practicing attorney. Your needs and goals ground every selected approach. All are collaborative, engage strengths, generate solutions, and provide support.
(414) 301-6748
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53203
Brooke Phelps, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“Beginning therapy can often be difficult and may carry a host of fears, uncertainties, and challenges. I believe that it can also be a life changing journey that can help explore those difficult pieces and peel those layers that have kept us from being our authentic selves. My goal as a therapist is to provide a space for my clients, one that is safe and allows for real change and healing to take place.
(414) 306-7269
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53203
Emily Hoeveler, Counselor  in Milwaukee
“With enthusiasm and competence, I treat individuals, couples, and families through the difficult times in their lives. My counseling style is straightforward and empathetic so that my office is a safe environment for self-exploration. My therapy draws from a number of different methodologies that are based on each individual's needs. In order to guide others toward healthy and stable decision-making, I use the techniques of cognitive-behavioral, reality, and rational-emotive therapies.
(414) 501-2666
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Catherine C Loomis, Psychologist  in Milwaukee
“I specialize in the field of behavioral sleep medicine. I work exclusively with those who have sleep problems. I offer cognitive-behavioral therapy for insomnia. It is a treatment that is recommended by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and it has extensive research to support its effectiveness. I also work with people who have chronic nightmares or difficulty adjusting to their PAP treatment for sleep apnea. Some of my patients have problems with their biological rhythm. For example, they struggle with shiftwork, or they are extreme "night owls" and have difficulty getting up for work or school.
(414) 376-6564
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53226
Karen A Jick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW, ACSW
“My practice operates from the premise that people are doing the best they can under the circumstances and that people have strengths, coping skills, and resilience that they are often unaware of. Life challenges happen to everyone. These challenges come in the form of relationships, physical & mental health, and unexpected experiences that overwhelm our ability to cope. It is often the attempted solutions to those challenges that then become the problems. My job is to guide and support the individual/couple/family in clarifying the impact of life's challenges so that workable solutions are found, to everyone's benefit.
(414) 269-5539 x6
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Tammy Giannopoulos, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukee
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LCSW
“I believe that everyone can benefit from seeing a therapist as it is a great stress reducer and can help you achieve the most out of life. It is important to have a place to release all worries and stress without fear of being judged. I use an eclectic approach to helping others by using the best therapeutic technique based on individual needs. I am dedicated to putting my clients first and helping them live a quality life.
(414) 982-1445
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211
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