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Intervention Therapists in New Britain

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Colleen Picone, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Britain
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“As individuals progress through life, challenges arise. Therapy is a vital component in addressing these challenges. My areas of expertise include, but are not limited to, depression, anxiety, interpersonal/relationship difficulties, trauma, identity issues, behavioral problems, and adjustment difficulties. I welcome the opportunity to collaborate with you on your path to healing.
(860) 819-3153
New Britain, Connecticut 06052
“Every client is unique and presents learnings for me to discover , both my talents and God's mission. I work with Men's issues, relationship issues, anxiety and depression. I like working with children. I work with a lot of sports difficulties.
(860) 532-0978
New Britain, Connecticut 06052
Nancy McClure Brockett, Counselor  in New Britain
“Are you feeling stressed, confused, anxious or depressed? Are your relationships unsatisfying? Do you long for a spiritual connection but find it lacking in your life? I teach you how to move from negativity to peace & purpose. Using painless, drug-free, easy to use techniques, I help you uncover & build on your own inner strengths so you can live with more joy in your life. Or maybe you find yourself going in circles in close relationships, trying to straighten things out & getting the same old results. I teach you simple skills for helping you be your best self in relationship.
(860) 552-6092
New Britain, Connecticut 06050
Giovanna Maria Cammuso, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Britain
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“No matter what issue brings one to therapy, most people experience more hope when they feel connected and understood. I have over 12 yrs of experience assessing and counseling young children, adolescents, and adults. My personal goal is to offer a supportive, non-judgmental, problem-solving approach when providing services to clients of all ages; whether it is long-term or short-term services. Establishing trust with each individual is critical. While my success is due largely to education and training, I believe it has been my ability to genuinely connect with my clientsRest assured that HIPAA confidentiality is taken seriously.
(860) 919-7136
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New Britain, Connecticut 06050
“I believe that people can change and I will work with anyone who is willing to try. I have been successfully treating addiction, anxiety and depression, relatiopnship issues, and trauma.
(860) 531-3841
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New Britain, Connecticut 06053
Pamela R. Aiken, Marriage & Family Therapist  in New Britain
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, RN
“I have had the privilege and the pleasure of working with families,couples and individuals of all ages for more than 19 years, initially as a Registered Nurse and currently as a Marriage and Family Therapist. In my practice I strive to instill hope in all of the individuals I work with, that healing and change can occur. This is done by creating a safe, non-judgmental, warm and supportive environment. I want to offer you the therapy that you deserve, as we work together to help you reach your goals.
(860) 531-3138
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New Britain, Connecticut 06051
Andrew Degling, Counselor  in New Britain
“My practice provides a safe, non-judgmental and holistic environment for individuals with the willingness and courage to improve their emotional and physical well-being. My approach supports and allows time to experiment with lifestyle changes. It is important to note many people fear failure. This concern is addressed throughout therapy so that fear does not become a barrier to self improvement.
(860) 308-1819
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New Britain, Connecticut 06050
Alicia Alfson, Counselor  in New Britain
“I dedicate myself to working with children, adolescents, adults, and families to help them create realistic goals and expectations for themselves. I focus on helping individuals with mental health and substance abuse troubles to help them meet their goals. Collaboration with family, friends, schools, and other providers is key to help in the therapeutic process and I'm dedicated to helping individuals with anything they wish to accomplish.
(860) 356-0563
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New Britain, Connecticut 06051
Thomas Jon Sommerfield, Counselor  in New Britain
“Hello! I am located in Hartford County, the town of Berlin to be exact. Therefore, I am centrally located in Connecticut. I enjoy my job as a counselor immensely and helping people through difficult life challenges. Please visit my personal website for more details: http://www.webspawner.com/users/tsommerfield/index.html Don't hesitate to call or send me an email to set up a free consultation. I would be delighted to hear from you. -"Dr. Tom" Sommerfield
(860) 308-1668
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New Britain, Connecticut 06050
Dwight Norwood  in New Britain
“My clients are smart, creative, competent people who want to live to their fullest potential but need some assistance. I approach counseling as a creative process used to access your innate wisdom which may be buried or forgotten at the moment. Only you know the path that is best for you. Based on my experience and training in body based psychotherapy, I believe the body informs us if we listen. Through bodily awareness and cognitive insight you will find new ways to be in relationship with yourself and others. Call me today for a free consultation.
(860) 882-9207
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New Britain, Connecticut 06050
“Twenty-five years into it, I still love being a counselor and psychotherapist. It is an honor and a privilege to be involved in the personal struggle and transformation of each client, couple, and family I see. I regard therapy more as an art than a science, though I certainly utilize current research in my practice. Most often my clients present problems in living rather than "mental illness" per se and they appreciate my attention to their strengths, resources, and spiritual concerns.
(860) 591-9907
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New Britain, Connecticut 06050
Richard V. Daly Iii, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Britain
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Richard V. Daly III, LCSW,received his Masters in Social Work from The University of Connecticut. During his career he has worked as an psychotherapist with individual adults, families, couples and groups and as a parenting coach. He has worn many hats during his career that include: Deputy Commissioner, Clinical Team Director and Program Director. In 1984, Richard was responsible for the creation of the first psychiatric mobile response service in Ct. In 2003, Richard created a parenting program for DCF's parents.He has worked in the mental heath field for the past 35 years.
(860) 254-6977
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New Britain, Connecticut 06050
Erin Eickenhorst, Counselor  in New Britain
“I have over 10 years experience in this field. My passion is working with children and adolescents and helping them navigate through life's challenges by giving them tools and skills they can then use for a lifetime. I have flexible hours and used a variety of modalities including: Cognitive behavioral therapy, play therapy, solution focused, and art therapy. My specialties include: Grief and loss, ADHD, Depression, Anxiety, Relationship issues, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, and self injury.
(860) 356-0545
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New Britain, Connecticut 06050
Richard Engelhardt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Britain
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My clinical social work practice is with a variety of populations and problems. I am by training and orientation a family therapist, so I work with lots of couples, children and adolescents. What we do together will depend on what you are seeking help for and what I feel is the best way for me to help you.
(860) 484-3937
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New Britain, Connecticut 06050
Robin Tucker Lapidus, Counselor  in New Britain
“Are you or your family stressed out and at the end of your rope? Are you having difficulty with your child/tween/teen's behavior, school work, moods, or social life? Do you want to return to harmony and peace in your home? I specialize in treating children, adolescents, parents, and families and am committed to helping all individuals recognize their greatest potential. I am a nationally certified school psychologist and Licensed Professional Counselor who has worked in public schools for 30 years. I can help you and your child navigate difficult problems in your life at home and school.
(860) 481-8210
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New Britain, Connecticut 06050
Natale Teodoro, Marriage & Family Therapist  in New Britain
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I treat a wide range of issues. I specialize in providing couples and family therapy to address common issues such as marital stress, relationship problems, communication problems, and family transitions, including additions and losses. I also specialize in providing treatment for trauma and anxiety related problems to individuals. Other specializations include substance abuse, adolescent behavior problems, and existential and spiritual dilemmas.
(860) 556-4115
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New Britain, Connecticut 06051
Bernard Lapp, Psychologist  in New Britain
“My 30+ year career in psychology began with a specialty in the behavior problems of children and adolescents. Although this continues as a specialty, my practice has evolved to include adult, marital, and family issues. I place a strong emphasis on enhancing family harmony and cohesiveness through "common sense" parenting and developing sound marital relationships. I am aware that certain adult mental health issues may negatively impact family functioning. In some instances those adult issues need to be addressed first. I attempt to include the school and other agencies in the treatment plan when indicated.
(860) 986-6808
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New Britain, Connecticut 06050
Nancy Ferrero, Marriage & Family Therapist  in New Britain
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“The decision to enter a therapeutic relationship can be an intimidating one. I attempt to alleviate any anxieties you may have about taking this step and work toward gaining a clear understanding of what your goals are. You are the "expert" on your life. I will offer a collaborative voice to facilitate your own growth process. Whether faced with repeating negative patterns, a difficult life transition, or feeling overwhelmed by life's responsibilities and challenges, I will meet you where you are at. Together, we will discuss areas of your life where you feel confident, as well as those which need attention and fine-tuning.
(860) 709-9937
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New Britain, Connecticut 06050
Tatum Wrobel, Marriage & Family Therapist  in New Britain
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I am a clinician that takes a holistic approach to treatment. I believe in working with an entire person, body, mind and spirit. I have a background in structural family therapy and work with families, couples, and individuals. I am also trained to run adolescent groups that focus on decision making and relational issues frequently encountered by adolescents. I am truly about the journey and am humbled that I be present with individuals as they make a new path.
(860) 787-5181
Office is near:
New Britain, Connecticut 06050
Andrea B Maule LLC, LPC, NCC, MS, 6th Yr, Counselor  in New Britain
“I work with individuals, couples, and families in a relaxed, confidential, and professional setting. I believe one of the most important aspects of therapy is the client's comfort level with the therapist. I provide a high quality of service to my clients in a positive, friendly, and nurturing environment and possess a down to earth, genuine, and empathetic style. My clients feel encouraged, supported, and empowered to tackle life's issues. At the end of each session, my clients feel a sense of relief, calmness, and confidence to manage the issue at hand.
(860) 631-5143
Office is near:
New Britain, Connecticut 06051

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Intervention Therapists
An intervention can motivate someone to seek help for alcoholism, drug abuse, eating disorders or other addictive behaviors.

An addiction intervention in New Britain or a drug intervention New Britain typically offers a comprehensive course of treatment that is designed to provide individuals who are involved with drugs with the education and life skills they need to overcome their addiction.

Alcohol interventions in New Britain focus primarily on how alcohol addiction affects the entire family. Interventionists in New Britain provide tools for the family to adequately deal with the situation, and work to establish healthy boundaries that restore order during this chaotic time. Most importantly, highly trained and educated interventionists work diligently to urge the alcoholic to accept treatment or face the consequences of his or her continued use.

The earlier an Eating disorder intervention in New Britain takes place, the better the chance for recovery. The cooperation of a professional is an important part of this often complex assessment.

Everything that takes place within an intervention is facilitated and supervised by a professional interventionist. One of the ways the interventionist can assist is by preventing a breakdown of communication. The interventionist will often meet with family members and friends of the affected individual prior to the intervention. During this preliminary meeting, the entire group will work together to design an approach. This may include preparing individual letters that detail personal experiences or describe pain that has been caused by the addiction.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in New Britain have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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