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Asian Therapists in New London

Sam Schaperow, Marriage & Family Therapist  in New London
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MSMFT, LMFT
“I am a caring, evidence-based, holistic (consideration of the whole) therapist, looking forward to challenging cases from people needing my expertise. Making use of a wide variety of therapies, from verbal to non-verbal, devoting much time on each of the select cases I take, and engaging in colleague consultations, I am often able to help with even the most challenging of issues. I also see children, doing family therapy even for the toughest kids. You'll see the difference family support makes, rather than my just trying to "fix the kid".
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(860) 553-3053 x1
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New London, Connecticut 06320
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“I have a wide range of experience but specialize in working with issues that often affect women including trauma, self esteem and body image issues, relationship difficulties and parenting struggles. I have worked with a diverse client base and am comfortable treating clients of differing backgrounds, ethnicities and experiences. Because of my background in art therapy and my EMDR training, options for alternative approaches to therapy are available as appropriate and desired.
(860) 365-8140
New London, Connecticut 06320
Deedee Prisloe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New London
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My practice consists of individuals, couples, children and adolescents who experience a range of challenges including: depression, anxiety, grief and loss, life transitions, women's issues, relationship and communication difficulties and parenting concerns. My holistic and eclectic style of working with clients utilizes strength approaches, cognitive behavioral therapy, spirituality, insight and psychoeducation within a framework of collaboration, respect and hope. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) with a Masters of Social Work from the University of Connecticut, a Master of Science in Special Education from Southern Connecticut Univeristy and a Bachelor in Arts from Case Western Reserve University.
(860) 451-9985 x5
New London, Connecticut 06320
Thomas M Greaney, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in New London
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Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LADC, CCDP, SAP
“I specialize in "Assisting Others in Healing and Growth" and take a creative approach to counseling.
(860) 498-4059
New London, Connecticut 06320
Vivian Jean Reddin, Counselor  in New London
“Are you feeling stuck and ready to make life changes? Is stress ruining your fun? I teach common sense, practical ways that create more joy and happiness. I am a outgoing, creative, enthusiastic, optimistic person. I believe in treating people unconditionally with respect and non-judgement. Learn to slow down your thoughts and decrease anxiety and depression through meditation, effective breathing and body postures, which will also increase circulation, improve muscle relaxation, ease chronic pain, and improve sleep. My clinical work has been in rehabilitation centers, hospitals, outpatient clinics and schools.
(401) 363-8407
New London, Connecticut 06320
Interfaith Counseling Services, Inc., Counselor  in New London
“Interfaith Counseling Services' trained Pastoral Counselors offer therapeutic approaches integrating the psychological and spiritual dimensions of our journeys. First, coping with life transitions: the loss of a loved one, employment, illness, approaching retirement, non-medication approaches for dealing with anxiety and depression, life coaching, and spiritual guidance. Second, addressing marital conflict: the empty nest experience, growing apart, the changing role of a marital partner when his/her spouse faces health challenges, and extended family tensions.
(866) 659-6051
New London, Connecticut 06320
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I work with women who have a history of trauma. Trauma brings with it, problems with self-esteem, self-worth, anxiety and depression and leaves you feeling stuck in the past. I want to help you understand and believe that you do not have to remain in your past and that you can move forward in your life to be happy, to feel good about yourself as a woman who is strong and capable of making choices for yourself.
(860) 554-0434
New London, Connecticut 06320
“I am looking for a client who is committed to changing barriers that have been causing them to have difficulty living their life to the fullest. Many times a client will come to therapy with the hope that they can change another only to realize that the change will have to happen within them. This takes courage and time. I look forward to working with a client that is willing to take this challenge. My goal is to assist a client in being the best they can be in the face of what appears to be insurmountable to them.
(860) 709-9949 x7
New London, Connecticut 06320
Katie Teper, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New London
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Thanks for considering me to be your therapist. Often the stressors and complexities of life lead us to seek solutions that improve the way we are thinking, feeling and behaving. I believe each person, couple and family holds particular strengths that, when recognized and accessed, allow the person or relationship to thrive. My work with people emphasizes these strengths, and together we will work to address the challenges that bring you to therapy.
(860) 331-8619
New London, Connecticut 06320
Shane Murphy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New London
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have experience helping children, adolescents and adults in a therapeutic setting since 2007. This includes considerable work with families to improve their relationships and communication while also reducing problem behaviors and symptoms. Difficulties in relationships can start small and build over time to become increasingly challenging and demanding. I believe that all individuals and families possess strengths and resiliency to overcome these obstacles. I respect your expertise and knowledge of your family. We will work together to identify solutions to improve functioning, reduce conflict and problem behaviors, and improve overall well-being and happiness.
(860) 920-5622
New London, Connecticut 06320
Lorraine LaBarre, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New London
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I counsel from a positive, nonjudgmental, compassionate perspective. My goal is to help clients, through exploration, encouragement and respectful challenge to develop their strengths and competencies and to strengthen their connections to others. I provide guidance as a partner with individuals, couples, and families to help solve any unique issues they may have. I help clients recognize any anxiety-producing thought patterns and learn more effective ways of thinking and behaving. Designed to meet the needs of clients, services may include education, one-time consultation, short-term/long-term therapy, and/or referral for medical evaluation.
(860) 782-0979 x7
New London, Connecticut 06320
Bernadette Golden, Marriage & Family Therapist  in New London
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Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I take a systemic approach with all clients. Each of us lives in relation to others and the world. Whether working with an individual, couple, or family, we explore all facets of life that are a source of stress as well as satisfaction, and collaborate to create habits for living well.
(860) 598-0905 x2
New London, Connecticut 06320
New London County Psychologists and Counselors  in New London
“With literally hundreds of therapists in New London County alone, it is hard to know who to see. There are so many different degrees, license types, and approaches. By contacting us, we'll help you find a good match with a therapist in our large Waterford practice. If we cannot find you a good match within our practice, we will find you one outside of it either nearby or elsewhere in the county. There is no charge, either way.
(860) 248-4176
New London, Connecticut 06320
Hana Dunham, Marriage & Family Therapist  in New London
“Start your Journey Here... Any trauma to the heart impacts a person's spirit, causing challenges of depression, anxiety, stress, or addiction. These symptoms mask the true potential of living a more heart-centered, balanced and joyful life. Remaining mindful of client's goals, together we address trauma, navigate life transitions, resolve conflicts, manage crisis, and heal relationships. Through a non-judgmental and an emotionally supportive space clients gain insight and learn communication skills which enhance and deepen relationships. On this healing journey we undertake together I encourage clients to connect with their innate strengths to achieve profound emotional healing and positive lasting change.
(860) 308-1354
Office is near:
New London, Connecticut 06320
Tracy Colsen Schaperow, Psychologist  in New London
“Deciding to seek psychological services can be a difficult step to make. Whether looking for therapy or an evaluation, the right clinician/client match is essential. As a psychologist, my goal is to respond to my clients with compassion, empathy, and in a non-judgmental way, as well as stay up-to-date with the most effective treatment interventions. Many of the people that I have successfully treated have struggled with low self-esteem, assertiveness difficulties, loss/grief, guilt, eating disorders, emotional eating, anxiety, panic, life transitions, divorce/separation, obsessive thinking, & depression.
(860) 552-6388
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New London, Connecticut 06320
Lois Panikoff, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New London
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LADC
“Having had over 30 years of experience, I understand that different people respond to different approaches to therapy. We will work together to find solutions based on who you are. If you are looking to work with someone who is direct, concrete, and flexible, you may want to meet with me to explore how the patterns you may have formed in your life are no longer serving you.
(860) 572-8945
Office is near:
New London, Connecticut 06320
John A Healy, PHD, Psychologist  in New London
“I am a clinical psychologist and I employ a family systems theoretical perspective in doing counseling with adults, adolescents, and children. Depending upon the particular person and his or her specific area of concern, I will conduct individual, couple/marital, or family sessions to help individuals gain insight into the dynamics of his or her family of origin. Moreover, we discuss in detail the manner in which these behavior patterns and unresolved issues are currently influencing the client's relationships with spouses, children, in-laws, friends, co-workers, supervisors, employers, and other significant individuals in his or her life.
(860) 455-4529
Office is near:
New London, Connecticut 06320
“I have been a practicing psychotherapist since 1985 and have been trained in a variety of therapy approaches: client-centered psychodynamic, humanistic, relational, feminist/gender,and cognitive behavioral restructuring. I typically work with individual adults and adolescent females. I believe in the connections between our youth and our current situations. I see the psychotherapeutic process as a client's journey in which I have been invited to participate. My view of the goal of psychotherapy is to assist a person in making changes to his/her perceptions, interpretations, reactions and/or behavior in order to enhance the quality of that person's life.
(860) 412-6090 x4
Office is near:
New London, Connecticut 06320
Jill Whitney, Marriage & Family Therapist  in New London
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MFT, AAMFT
“Do you feel stuck in your life or in your relationship(s)? Or are you in a transition that's bogging you down? You don't have to go it alone. Together, we can clarify what isn't working for you and identify areas for change; tap into your strengths and talents; and help you move toward greater joy and deeper connections.
(860) 724-4127
Office is near:
New London, Connecticut 06320
Center for Healing Therapies, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New London
“I am passionate about bringing mental health services to all populations, including active and retired military, adult child caregivers, and the elderly. My therapeutic approach is largely cognitive behavioral but I draw from an eclectic mix of therapeutic schools of thought according to the needs of my clients. My therapeutic interests include but are not limited to: PTSD detection and treatment, Mind/Body/Spirit connection in the therapeutic process, life stages and transitions, mitigation of caregiver stress, and cultural competence in the healing relationship.
(860) 786-4586
Office is near:
New London, Connecticut 06320
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