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Therapists in New Milford

Stephanie Rich, Counselor  in New Milford
“Treating individuals, children, adolescents, and families has been both my passion and profession for over 10 years. I specialize in counseling clients with substance abuse disorders as well as depression, anxiety, parenting issues and most life-changing events. I offer a warm, down to earth treatment approach and work with clients to develop new tools and strategies for healthy ways to cope with the existing issue.
(203) 779-6064
New Milford, Connecticut 06776
Christina M Keenan, Counselor  in New Milford
“I am a seasoned Professional Counselor with experience helping people of all ages overcome the impact of trauma, grief, loss, anxiety, depression, and addiction, to live healthier lives. I believe that a strong therapeutic relationship is the key factor in therapy with any age. I work to create a safe, relaxed, and trusting environment where my clients can learn, grow and change. With over a decade of experience working with clients across the lifespan, I provide solution focused, cognitive behavioral, and trauma informed approaches to treatment.
(203) 403-6134
New Milford, Connecticut 06776
Kate Reed Tyler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Milford
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“LIVE YOUR TRUTH! FIND YOUR HAPPY! Exploring Addictions, Anger, Anxiety, Depression, Fear, Self-Defeating Behaviors. Hello, my name is Kate Reed Tyler. I am a licensed Master's level Social Worker and my background includes 5 yrs as a drug rehab counselor/group facilitator and 10+ year in Elder Services. Most Social Workers are 'change agents' by nature. When a client enters therapy, he/she is looking to change SOMETHING, large or small, within themselves. I offer a relaxed non-judgmental setting for you to initiate change.
(203) 779-6784
New Milford, Connecticut 06776
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My clients struggle with anxiety and depression. Some have been significantly traumatized. I strive to create a safe and nurturing relationship that fosters in-depth self-examination which is the building block to establish (or re-establish) a productive and fulfilling life. This process begins by offering them hope and my assurance that I will work with them to achieve their goals.
(860) 556-4972
New Milford, Connecticut 06776
Madeline Morasco, Marriage & Family Therapist  in New Milford
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I have been a Marriage and Family Therapist working in Connecticut for 22 years. I like a relaxed atmosphere in which clients can set goals for therapy and explore what may have been getting in the way of achieving their desired outcomes. Discussing patterns of behavior and self limiting beliefs we are able to get to the core of the issues so the client can move forward with success.
(203) 701-8561
New Milford, Connecticut 06776
“I enjoy helping people find balance in their lives. Some of the issues I treat include: depression, anxiety, divorce, couples or family conflicts, self esteem issues and much more. I have been in practice for 14 years and use a variety of techniques to help people feel better and use tools well after therapy is over. Some include: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Family Systems Therapy, and Gestalt techniques. I often give homework assignments so that healthy work can continue outside of the therapeutic session. I see clients that range in age from 14 thru the elder years.
(203) 303-7800
New Milford, Connecticut 06776
Robert S Creal, Psychologist  in New Milford
“Sad, lonely, empty... Excessive worry/distress... Issues of relationship, loss, or trust. Therapy can help these life problems become more manageable. It is important to talk with someone who is warm, understanding, and genuinely cares about your life being happier. I can help you feel safe and comforted even as I encourage you to take risks or face issues. I have extensive experience working with people. Building skills to cope with depression and anxiety, marriage and relationship issues, anger management, and adolescent struggles are my specialties. I also specialize in improving communication skills, building life goals, and improving parenting skills.
(860) 578-8881 x4
New Milford, Connecticut 06776
Donald H Westerberg, Psychologist  in New Milford
“It has been my privilege and pleasure to help people who want my help to get beyond unproductive suffering for over 30 years. I work mostly as a resource and guide, offered in a caring and supportive manner, to help you achieve your goals and live life more effectively. My job is not to see through you, but to see you through momentary or lifelong challenges that are too much for you to handle alone. The typical person, couple, or family who comes to see me is stuck, in need of new ideas, new tools, new perspective.
(860) 308-1275 x2
New Milford, Connecticut 06776
Interface Center,   in New Milford
“Nancy Creal, LCSW, Dr.Robert Creal, Dr. Alice Higgins, Susan Ratner, LCSW, Dr. Donald Westerberg INTERFACE CENTER is located in the Marsh House at the peaceful town green in New Milford. We offer a comfortable and accepting atmosphere for you to address your concerns. Three licensed Psychologists and two Licensed Clinical Social Workers allow Interface Center to offer expertise for children, adolescents, adults, and older adults. We have been warmly received by the greater New Milford area for over 25 years. wwww.interfacecenter.org
(860) 578-8946
New Milford, Connecticut 06776
Alice D Higgins, Psychologist  in New Milford
“Have you reached that place in life where you are tired of feeling overwhelmed,anxious or depressed? Are you weary of trying hard in relationships and getting nowhere or of finding yourself in the same old patterns? Are you unable to get over old emotional wounds? I have over 25 years of experience working with adults and couples with an approach which is gentle and supportive. However I also challenge unhealthy and unproductive patterns and offer skills for change. I have a special interest in adult children of alcoholics, depression, codependency, trauma, anxiety and relationship issues.
(203) 617-0929
New Milford, Connecticut 06776
Caroline Reid Sorell, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in New Milford
“I work with adults who have difficulties with depression, anxiety, phobias, marital and other relationship conflicts. My work with teens and children involves those who have school, family, or peer problems. As a psychotherapist with psychoanalytic training, I can help you to be able to: 1. Identify and understand root patterns of behavior that cause depression, anxiety or problems in personal, marital, and professional relationships, and in academic or work performance; and, 2. Learn how to make changes. I use a variety of treatment modalities, such as psychodynamic, behavioral and family therapy, as needed.
(860) 261-2415
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New Milford, Connecticut 06776
Maureen Berube, Marriage & Family Therapist  in New Milford
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Would you like to improve your relationships? Your job? Or other life situations? I strive to help clients experience immediate relief from problems by shifting perspective and working on the development of new skills. Life transitions like a new relationship, loss, marriage, divorce or job change can be challenging and may require outside help. I provide an unconditionally accepting environment to help you explore solutions that lead to meaningful, long-term results.
(917) 746-5458
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New Milford, Connecticut 06776
Alistair James Highet, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in New Milford
Verified by Psychology Today
Licensed Psychoanalyst, MA, LP, NCPsyA
“To me, being a therapist is a privilege, and I like to work with anyone who is eager to try and understand what is happening to them in their life. Together, we'll try to understand all the factors that are creating the trouble - including some of the unconscious ones - and then we'll put them in perspective, cut them down to size, and talk about what can be done. I create a safe, intelligent, and comfortable environment where we can talk about anything together without judgment. My office is a safe place to be yourself.
(860) 819-3152
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New Milford, Connecticut 06776
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My theoretical and practical approach is Integrative Psychotherapy. Integrating a number of therapeutic approaches, including psychodynamic, transactional analysis, gestalt, and cognitive/behavioral, I focus on developing a sense of wholeness, both within self and in relationships. This may involve integrating past experiences, or aspects of self that have been lost, disowned or denied. Having lived in India for 18 years, I bring a cross-cultural awareness to my work. I have authored and co-authored several articles and books, including "BEYOND EMPATHY: A Therapy of Contact-in-Relationship" (Brunner/Mazel, 1999) and "Spirituality in Psychotherapy" (Transactional Analysis Journal, 2003)
(646) 583-2201
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New Milford, Connecticut 06776
“I provide professional counseling and life coaching services for children and adults in individual, couples and family settings. I am experienced in working with a wide range of mental health issues and life changes. I have additional specialty training to assist clients who are recovering from traumatic experiences.
(860) 253-2412
Office is near:
New Milford, Connecticut 06776
Jim Sullivan, Counselor  in New Milford
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, LPC, NCCFC, ACS, NAFC
“One size never fits all. Each person and each issue needs its own caring approach. I work in the modes of cognitive-behavioral, family systems, psychodynamic, and others -- in a context of acceptance, warmth, and humor. Gains rely on maximum challenge matched with maximum support. Because I am often called on by DCF and the Courts to testify for children of abusive, neglectful, or mentally ill parents, these parents may lie about me on "rating" websites -- comments, which, unfortunately, cannot be removed. Please be cautious in what you read about me or others and, instead, trust recommendations you are given.
(203) 775-6997
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New Milford, Connecticut 06776
Donna Johanson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Milford
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“The essence of my work is to help you make safe authentic connections and to create a kind and loving relationship towards yourself and others. As we begin to explore your "issues" we may also begin to wonder about old hurts, beliefs, self-defeating patterns and how they may be related to a lack of confidence, and loneliness. I bring my experience, as another human being, who knows what it is like to navigate the challenges that life offers us. I have discovered that pain is an inevitable part of life, however suffering doesn't have to be.
(860) 331-8615
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New Milford, Connecticut 06776
Soribel Martinez, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Milford
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, MBA, LMSW
“I am Soribel. For the past eight years, I have been able to help individuals make significant changes in their lives. My work has been focus in helping children, adolescents, couples and families live a healthier life style from all socioeconomic and cultural background. I work well with an individual who is open to explore where he/she is it at the present time. You should be available and ready to develop a plan that would help you make changes that would last a lifetime. I also work well with immigrants who struggles with issues related to acculturation and adjustment to a new culture.
(203) 350-0586
Office is near:
New Milford, Connecticut 06776
Cheryl A Dury, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Milford
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ATR-BC
“Do you find yourself spending so much time taking care of other people's needs that your own needs are not met? Are you not even sure of your own needs? Do you feel that you have lost your voice or never really had one? Do you have a persistent feeling of not being 'good enough'? Are you unclear about the direction of your life? Are you having difficulty in relationships? Are you or your child struggling with the impact of trauma? I provide a safe, nonjudgmental therapeutic space to explore the issues that are troubling you.
(914) 819-5703
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New Milford, Connecticut 06776
“I have much experience and perspective with families and children, relationship issues, recovery issues, ADD/ADHD, children of all ages and adolescents, psych testing and assessment, school psychology, diversity, and generalist issues in relation to liason work with other disciplines .
(860) 856-5664
Office is near:
New Milford, Connecticut 06776
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