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Therapists in Syracuse

Kimberly A Oakes, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Syracuse
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LPMFT
“There is hope! With a varied and vast personal and educational background my strength, first and foremost, is connecting with my clients. I am truly honored by the opportunity to walk with my clients through to the other side of their personal healing. As we collaborate on how to reach your goals, with hope and compassion you CAN experience greater peace, joy, and improved mental health! Some focus areas include Couples and Families in distress, Special Needs individuals /Families, Children/Adolescents, Couples surviving sexual betrayal/pornography dependence, and relief from Anxiety/Depression.
(315) 285-4350
Syracuse, New York 13203
Harvest House Marriage and Family Therapy, P.C., Marriage & Family Therapist  in Syracuse
“Life is hard. Relationships are hard. Sometimes we try as hard as we can only to end up in the same place we always end up, whether it be with your self or a loved one. You are not alone. Getting unstuck is a challenge. I suppose it is not unlike getting a car unstuck. You try all that you can to get traction but sometimes you just have to call someone who can pull you out.
(315) 314-3207
Syracuse, New York 13203
Eric Schroeder, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Syracuse
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“"Help When You Need It For the Seasons of Your Life" Problems are part of being alive. Seeking help is a sign of being human, rather than weakness or failure. It is an act of caring and taking responsibility for your health. I provide professional and compassionate counseling and psychotherapy for adults, combining traditional and complementary interventions to address the holistic nature of healing and health.
(315) 628-8130
Syracuse, New York 13203
Dara Shipman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Syracuse
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Relationships can be difficult and change is hard. I think the uncertainty of life can be unsettling. Sometimes it's worth reaching out for a little bit of help. Pain, loss, anxiousness, and hopelessness can be overwhelming. You don't have to move through it alone. You can attend therapy individually, with a partner, or family to create the change you desire in your life. I can help by providing culturally sensitive guidance and a safe space for you on your path to healing.
(315) 679-5388
Syracuse, New York 13203
“Everyone has problems sometimes. You may find yourself in a situation that is difficult to handle, or you might be experiencing feelings that are impossible to live with every day. It can be difficult knowing which way to turn. We offer respect, warmth, and hope. We will help you find what you need to feel better. Whether it's your relationship, a past or present situation, or feelings you struggle with, it may seem like no one cares, or knows how to help.
(315) 290-3209
Syracuse, New York 13203
Geri Lynne Jackson, MA, LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Syracuse
“I've been a Marriage and Family Therapist 27 years. I've learned a lot about the process of change from every family, couple and individual with whom I've had the privilege to work. I believe that our interconnectedness, (with our friends, family, our workplaces, schools, and our community) has the power to transform us into our best selves or trap us in old scripts and routines. Learning to navigate these relationships while holding onto our truest selves gives life meaning and empowers us to be productive, successful and happy. My approach is collaborative, individualized and relational.
(315) 371-3674
Syracuse, New York 13203
Christopher Cederquist, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Syracuse
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, CASAC
“I view therapy as a process through which people can explore the influences and factors that interfere with their ability to function well in their lives. As with physical illness, our emotional "immune system" can become overwhelmed. We can develop symptoms, such as depression, anxiety, substance abuse or other problems, which affect the quality of our relationships with others, our work, and the relationship with ourselves. I have a particular interest in helping people explore their relationship with substances, including early and longer term recovery.
(315) 849-2407
Syracuse, New York 13214
Judith A. Falk, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Syracuse
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“Judith A. Falk, LCSW, as a clinical counselor and psychotherapist, through holistic mental health service to a diverse clientèle, affirms the value & dignity of every individual.
(315) 314-2069
Syracuse, New York 13203
Brenda Hartman-Souder, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Syracuse
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“Therapy can help you understand symptoms of anxiety, depression, burnout, or stressed relationships. These symptoms can overshadow your strengths, skills and resilience, but they also provide a potential opportunity for growth and positive change. Honestly facing and taking responsibility for changing the part you play in problems, and letting go of that which cannot be changed, reveals strength, courage and determination.
(315) 849-2394
Syracuse, New York 13203
Jamie Ghany, Psychologist  in Syracuse
“As a therapist, I am warm, respectful, and genuine with my clients, and prioritize developing a relationship in which they feel consistently supported and challenged. I have been practicing short and long-term therapy for over 10 years and work collaboratively with my clients to guide them to a better understanding of the presenting issue, to highlight their strengths and resources, and to help them to identify other ways of approaching complex problems. Psychotherapy can be the first step towards developing insight into our problems, allowing for symptom relief and for creating more possibilities for meaningful experiences in our lives.
(315) 541-4378
Syracuse, New York 13214
Elizabeth (Beth) M Wade, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Syracuse
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“As we move through the journey of life, new transitions can be difficult and confusing. Perhaps you need to reinvent yourself to face new challenges."Sometimes... you just need someone to talk to..."
(315) 790-6352
Syracuse, New York 13203
Mitchell Jaffe, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Syracuse
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Therapy is about change. Your goal might be personal growth, working on a relationship(s) in which you are struggling or to figure out how to manage feelings of depression, anxiety or some other emotionally painful experience. My approach is to help you explore the factors that contribute to what you are experiencing and help you create positive and useful meaning and understanding from the process. I believe that this understanding helps you to be clear about what you want in life and to make choices that help you to feel better, reach your goals and enjoy fulfillment and success.
(315) 544-0524
Syracuse, New York 13203
“Psychological HealthCare (PHC) is a group practice dedicated to providing quality, focused, interventions for the full range of mental health problems. Each of the psychologists and social workers on our staff is licensed by New York State. Each is different and more information about them can be found by going to our website at phcny.com. But they are all similar and connected in their desire to be helpful, and in working very hard to continue to learn and and develop their therapeutic and treatment skills. Because of the great variety of interests and talents in our group we are able to draw upon a variety of techniques to better address the needs of the people who come for our services. We serve people of all ages from young children to adolescents, adults, and the elderly, and provide services to individuals, couples, and families. All of our offices are conveniently located and accessible by automobile and public transportation.
(315) 670-4177
Syracuse, New York 13206
Jeffrey A Brentley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Syracuse
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, lcsw-r
“Let me help you create long term resolutions that will make you feel empowered, motivated and joyful. I have a passion for helping people improve their emotional well-being by providing solution-focused counseling services. I am committed to helping people identify the root cause of their challenges and working with them to develop attainable and sustainable strategies to resolve those issues.
(315) 407-5965
Syracuse, New York 13203
Karen Fernandez-Cosgrove, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Syracuse
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“Often the hardest part of solving problems is finding the right person to help you. Since therapy can be an exciting, challenging, and at times a daunting process, it is important to know that you are working with a therapist who is experienced with the issues you are struggling with.
(315) 496-4751
Syracuse, New York 13203
Harriet Marcia Casey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Syracuse
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I offer a caring and compassionate place to do your healing work. I have over thirty years of experience working with adults, adolescents and children. My goal is to help you find the tools you need to bring harmony and balance to your life.
(315) 895-1494
Syracuse, New York 13215
Amanda Bailey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Syracuse
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“I support individuals by bridging the gap between where they are right now and where they want to be in the future! My main goal is to help everyone live happier lives and feel better about themselves doing it. I have a general practice, which means that I work with a variety of people with a variety of issues in individual and couple counseling.
(315) 210-8419
Syracuse, New York 13203
Michael J Miller, Psychologist  in Syracuse
“My approach to therapy is based in careful, respectful, and nonjudgmental listening. It is best suited to people who are interested in using therapy as an opportunity to get free of symptoms that have become painful, while at the same time learning more about themselves. You can expect to have an ongoing conversation in therapy that is closely attentive to what you have to say about your own experience--in a way that other conversations are not. This kind of talking aims to foster greater self-awareness and the growth of the whole person.
(315) 895-1799
Syracuse, New York 13210
Centre Syracuse, Treatment Facility  in Syracuse
“Centre Syracuse and Buffalo Centre are leading edge psychologically based therapeutic day programs located in New York, specifically for the treatment of eating disorders. Our multidisciplinary team of eating disorder experts address all complex eating disorders with comprehensive and consistent care in a non-institutional, safe and respectful setting.
(315) 359-4524
Syracuse, New York 13206
Amanda S. Hartman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Syracuse
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“Having happiness and peace in your life again can be possible. Exploring new options for self care and wellness can help you attain your goal of feeling better. By discovering the possibilities for change, therapy will help you be who you want to be and gain control back in your life. My approach to therapy is patient and caring. I will listen to your needs and work collaboratively to help you build new coping skills and strengthen those you already posess.
(315) 254-2182
Syracuse, New York 13203

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