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Therapists in Rocky Hill

Lisa E Bianchi, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rocky Hill
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe the human spirit has the incredible power to heal. Through exploration and guidance I help my clients empower themselves, and discover their inner strength. Therapy is a journey to a happier, peaceful, and fulfilling life. It is a privilege to help my clients along their journey.
(860) 471-8059
Office is near:
Rocky Hill, Connecticut 06067
Laurie Ann Browne  in Rocky Hill
“Life can be stressful and overwhelming at times and it can be very difficult to find your balance or happy place. Now is the time to regain control over your life. Get organized, learn effective ways to multi-task, and learn creative ways to carve out time just for you! We can work on finding ways to decrease your stress and elevate your mood by tapping into your own strengths and abilities.
(860) 910-1647
Office is near:
Rocky Hill, Connecticut 06067
CT Psychological & Assessment Center, LLC, Counselor  in Rocky Hill
“At CT Psychological & Assessment Center we strive to provide clients with the highest quality mental health care. We serve diverse populations of all ages, respect our client's needs and goals, and consistently seek to improve our services to better serve our clients. Our goal is to support client's journey to achieve a happier and healthier quality of life. We provide a comprehensive, array of quality behavioral healthcare services for the effective treatment and prevention of mental illness and continually strive to be recognized as the best provider of behavioral healthcare in our market area.
(860) 967-0400
Office is near:
Rocky Hill, Connecticut 06067
Alma Jasarevic (Gusic), Marriage & Family Therapist  in Rocky Hill
“With an array of struggles in this day and age I am here to provide a safe, comfortable and judgment free environment. My professional and personal experience includes a diverse group of people and wide array of expertise. With a supportive, compassionate, and holistic approach I am here to help you get that change and new beginning in life no matter how big or small the struggle or challenge is.
(203) 617-0243
Rocky Hill, Connecticut 06067
Marilyn Mills LPC / Broad Street Counseling, Counselor  in Rocky Hill
“After 25 years I still love working with people who have grown, healed, learned, thrived, changed or decided not to change. My clients feel safe to bring up any issue. Variety is great. Clients who drag in family members are surprised that their loved ones come back enthusiastically (or willingly). We laugh a little or a lot, look at things lots of different ways and open up new choices on how to be together or apart. Please, CALL with your questions regarding treatment and costs. 860-347-7320. Ignore email option - it is a quirk in system!
(860) 347-7320
Office is near:
Rocky Hill, Connecticut 06067
Danielle Morisse-Corsetti, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rocky Hill
“Whether you have seen many therapists before or this is your first time, finding a therapist who is a good fit for you is critical. Changing your life can be very difficult and yet, with the support of a compassionate professional, anyone can overcome the anxiety and depression that is holding them hostage. I will teach you specific skills and push you to find your power at the same time offering strong support. You can build the life you want, and I would be honored to help.
(860) 357-6420
Rocky Hill, Connecticut 06067
New Beginnings LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rocky Hill
“Welcome to New Beginnings! We are a counseling agency with a team of highly qualified mental health clinicians. Our mission is to provide a customized approach for addressing the unique needs of our clients by designing strategies for resolving internal and interpersonal conflicts. We believe that we can help in bringing about positive change and healing within our clients. Our team includes Sukriti Kushwaha, MA, Ivette Betancourt, M.Ed., and Keith Murphey LPC.,ATR.
(860) 453-6738
Office is near:
Rocky Hill, Connecticut 06067
New Leaf Institute of Behavioral Health, LLC,   in Rocky Hill
“New Leaf Institute of Behavioral Health was formed by its partners who shared a vision of offering a cutting edge practice that is grounded in professional integrity and mutual accountability. Our combined experience of over 30 years, across a diverse range of clinical services, enables us to adapt and implement an approach that accommodates the unique needs of each of our clients.
(860) 631-5039
Rocky Hill, Connecticut 06067
Asha Patlikh, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Rocky Hill
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MS
“Do you feel like it takes too much effort to just meet daily tasks? Are you feeling overwhelmed or anxious most of the time? Are you feeling stuck in the same patterns or relationships? Have you been to a therapist before and did not feel like you were helped? I can help! Allow yourself to experience therapy/counseling in a unique and creative way. Where the focus is on providing a 3-D approach, fully engaging your ears, eyes and brain so that change is quick and lasting. Together we take on an active, creative, multi-sensory journey to resolve a wide range of difficulties.
(860) 946-4160
Rocky Hill, Connecticut 06067
Robert K Riccio, Psychologist  in Rocky Hill
“Welcome, As parents, we always want what is best for our children. When they struggle, we worry and want to help. Psychological assessment and behavioral consultation can provide answers and direction to enhance a child's functioning at home and school. If you worry that your child may have ADHD, autism, behavior problem, anxiety disorder or learning disability, answers and solutions can be found. Services provided may include:Neuropsychological screening and Forensic assessments. In office/school/home consultation/assessment. Two week turnaround on psychological testing with practical recommendations to address problems if found.
(877) 598-0467
Office is near:
Rocky Hill, Connecticut 06067
Sue Richmond, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rocky Hill
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I use a model of psychotherapy that helps people understand how they’ve come to take on certain beliefs and behaviors over their life course. The goal of this work is to be able to unburden those beliefs and behaviors that have led one to experience unhappiness, interpersonal difficulties, and at times, dissatisfaction with life. I encourage clients to cultivate a genuine and authentic approach to life, regardless of earlier contradictory messages. I bring a holistic approach to psychological wellness, viewing people within the context of their whole lives. My philosophy is that all problems can improve when addressed within a compassionate, non-judgmental, therapeutic context.
(860) 724-4929
Rocky Hill, Connecticut 06067
Suzanne Roberts, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rocky Hill
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have been a therapist (LCSW) for 14+ years treating numerous disorders and age groups. My clinical focus/expertise includes: depression, anxiety, OCD, PTSD, relationship issues, eating disorders, severe trauma, grief/loss and child behavioral issues. My treatment approach often utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy (changing the way you think and respond). I assist you with learning positive coping skills, focusing on your strengths and offering constructive feedback to reduce the level of interference your struggles have on you. Often it is our own fears that limit our growth; fear can be our enemy or our greatest teacher if we so choose!
(860) 598-4824
Rocky Hill, Connecticut 06067
Janine Swanson, Psychologist  in Rocky Hill
“In the eternal words of Mahatma Gandi "the future depends on what we do in the present." If you are viewing this profile then you are probably looking for some insight and/or strategy to help you make some positive change in your life. Whether you are striving towards obtaining some goal(s) or trying to resolve emotional pain or stress, psychotherapy can help you feel better today and positively shape your future. Yet, an essential component in the success of therapy in helping you obtain your goals is having a good fit between patient and therapist.
(860) 615-5723
Office is near:
Rocky Hill, Connecticut 06067
“The Family Counseling Center is recognized as a leader in providing Individual, Couples, Family Counseling Services, Psychiatric Assessment, Treatment & Medication Management. The Family Counseling Center also hosts The CT START Center for Adolescents & Transitional Youth. Recognized in 16 states, the START program provides services for individuals (and their families) facing the challenges of Autism Spectrum Disorder, Intellectual or Developmental Disability, Traumatic Brain Injury or other complexities. This program provides a full array of services to include counseling, psychiatric assessment, medication management, behavioral planning & supports (utilizing FBA and PBS planning / treatment) and in-home respite-mentor services. The Family Counseling Center is fully-licensed by the State of Connecticut. Licenses held include The Department of Children & Families, The Department of Public Health, and is an Approved Provider of the Department of Developmental Services. We hold accreditation from the nationally recognized Council of Accreditation (COA). The Center accepts most major commercial insurance, Husky A&B, Medicaid, CT-BHP, and DDS Waiver funding. A sliding-scale fee structure is also available. Please call or email for a consultation today.
(860) 896-5512 x338
We serve:
Rocky Hill, Connecticut 06067
Karen Urbano, Counselor  in Rocky Hill
“People who come to me are often experiencing anxiety, depression, grief, panic or are going through a major life transition. Sometimes these difficulties are due to a significant traumatic event and sometimes they are the results of career/relationship transitions, childhood, beliefs, circumstances or from seeing things through our filters. We are all unique and resourceful individuals but when we're feeling stuck, stressed, overwhelmed or confused, it often feels impossible to change or know what to do. If you struggle with self-blame, self-criticism, self-judgment or low self esteem, therapy may provide a positive path to growth, healing and well-being.
(860) 304-9633
Rocky Hill, Connecticut 06067
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LADC
(860) 317-2815
Office is near:
Rocky Hill, Connecticut 06067
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