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Medicaid Therapists in Albany County

Patricia A Huber-Villano, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“I graduated from the State University of New York at Albany in 1999 and currently practice as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I have 15 years of experience in the treatment of mood and anxiety disorders, self esteem issues, anger management, grief and loss as well as addiction issues. I have a particular passion for utilizing a strength based model and specifically Cognitive Behavioral Techniques to help navigate into a world of more realistic thinking patterns. I am a firm believer in developing a partnership with my clients to guide you along the path of your own recovery.
Medicaid
Clear Skies Counseling, Counselor  in Laramie
“Everyone needs support! I am excited you are taking the time to find the counselor to best fit you and your needs! My mission at Clear Skies Counseling is to help you to create and reach your personalized life worth living. Reaching out for help is the first step for you to walk forward hand in hand towards those goals. I believe in working with individuals and families based on the need presented and recognize everyone is unique, therefore I want to support you and/or your family in recognizing what is most helpful and healthy for your lives!
Medicaid
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I use client-directed, solution-focused counseling, by which I mean that we collaborate on what methods we use, and we focus on what works.
Medicaid
Maureen B. O'Brien, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, ACSW
“Serving the Capital Region since 1986. Masters in Social Work from the School of Social Welfare, University at Albany. Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies, the College of St. Rose, Albany.
Medicaid
Kelly Petrino, Psychologist  in Laramie
“Knowing that it is usually an experience of pain or frustration that prompts people to seek counseling, my goal is to provide a safe place for you to effectively move through it. Often that pain comes from unmet needs, harmful experiences, or coping systems that no longer serve you. I want to work with you, to offer reflection, understanding, information, and new windows to help you experience relief and a sense of well being.
Medicaid
Wyoming Art Therapy and Medical Counseling LLC, Art Therapist  in Laramie
“The focus of my work is to help individuals, families and communities cope with the changes of illness and loss. I specialize in supporting persons dealing with cancer, chronic and acute illness and losses from these illnesses. Cancer and medical changes affect our relationships and our sense of self. I am actively involved in many supportive cancer counseling services with in the state of Wyoming, including Wyoming Camp Courage - a camp for families affected by childhood cancer, The Wyoming Comprehensive Cancer Control Consortium, and Casting for Recovery - a retreat program for women who have experienced breast cancer.
Medicaid
Carol Lynn Youtz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSWR
“Carol Lynn brings compassion and a deep commitment to helping people find the best within themselves. Together with her clients she develops individualized ways of dealing with critical life issues. She is experienced in managing a broad range of mental health concerns with creativity & humor. Carol Lynn has a special interest in helping people manage the pain of transition and loss.
Medicaid
William E Breen, Psychologist  in Slingerlands
“I am a Clinical Psychologist specializing in evidence-based treatment for emotional and behavioral problems. My clinical expertise includes treatment for anxiety and mood disorders (e.g., Panic, Depression, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) and co-occurring problems (adjustment issues, chronic medical conditions, substance abuse). I also have extensive experience in behavioral medicine and a special interest in working with individuals diagnosed with cancer. I work mostly with adults but am competent and enjoy working with adolescents and families. As a therapist, I approach treatment from a strengths-based perspective and incorporate aspects of positive psychology (mindfulness, character strengths) into therapy.
Medicaid
Janet Upchurch, Counselor  in Laramie
“Starting counseling can be an anxiety-provoking experience. It takes a lot of courage to take the first step in looking for a therapist who fits your needs. Thank you for taking the time to learn more about me. I believe firmly in my clients' natural desire and ability to achieve health and wellness in their lives. I believe in the importance of addressing all aspects of a person's wellbeing: physical, emotional, intellectual, spiritual, and social. I take a client-centered approach, partnering with my clients to work together toward realistic and achievable goals.
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Karen E Robertson, Counselor  in Laramie
“I work with individuals, couples and families. I have extensive work with grief, trauma, adolescent issues, communication, co-dependency, domestic violence, and women's issues. The ideal client is ready to work hard in counseling sessions as well as outside the sessions. It seems that insight evolves often during the time between sessions when given the opportunity.
Medicaid
Emily Siegel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Laramie
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I see therapy as helping people to unlock their highest potential in health, family, work and happiness. It is normal that there are times in life when things get in the way of feeling or doing your best, or even feeling like yourself. Old problems are like toxic waste buried in the backyard. You can lay sod over it, but it’s still there and leaks out at unpredictable times. Together with clients, I work to create a safe environment and develop tools to safely remove old “toxins” that interfere in present day. Client's identification of what they want to change serves as the map.
Medicaid
Michelle Aneiros Worden, Counselor  in Laramie
“I work to help those who struggle with anxiety, trauma or substance abuse issues. I strive to offer a compassionate space for my clients to help themselves find their own healing path towards healthier living. The type of therapy that I use is dependent on the client and what seems to work best for them and their situation. Choosing to seek help is a courageous act and we will work together to figure out how to best change your unhealthy thoughts and destructive behaviors and to work differently with intense emotional states.
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Brenda Cannon, Counselor  in Laramie
“I truly have a passion for counseling and for supporting individuals, couples, and families. Counseling involves trust in the process of change and in building relationships. I hope to continue providing clients with an empowering, holistic, and genuine counseling experience and continue to be a part of a supportive team of helping professionals within the community.
Medicaid
Anne Bunn, Psychologist  in Laramie
Psychologist, PhD
“It's Okay to Ask for Help." I know the energy that goes into finding a therapist that is right for you. I approach each client with this in mind -respecting the courage it takes to open up to another person. With over 15 years of experience you will find a confident and supportive tone in my approach to working with all of life's concerns. Whether this is your first time reaching out or you've worked with a therapist before, I will support you're unique process in discovering inner health and healing.
Medicaid
Donna M Abram-Cioppa, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-R
“I am a social worker who specializes in working with adults ages 18 to 70. I have worked with children for many years as well, but recently have switched my practice. I employ multiple modalities and I am a trauma therapist. I have assisted men and women in domestic violence situations and its aftermath. Within the LGBTQ community I have been working with transgendered clients going through transition. The ideal client for me would come to therapy with goals in mind. Typically I do not accept clients who are mandated to treatment, nor will I work with sex offenders.
Medicaid
(518) 875-1455 x21
Jennifer Erin Harp, Counselor  in Laramie
“Hi, I'm Jen. I have been a therapist for over 8 years and recently opened my own private practice, Northern Star Counseling, llc. My practice specializes in improving the mental well-being of adults, youth and families. I believe in using an assortment evidence based, effective techniques to help you achieve optimum wellness and results. Such techniques include Thought-Field Therapy used to treat trauma and PTSD, cognitive-behavioral restructuring interventions, play therapy and thorough assessments and evaluations. Treatment plans are individually customized to fit your unique circumstances.
Medicaid
(307) 212-8271
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Laramie, Wyoming 82070
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Faisal Rafiq, Psychiatrist  in Albany
“I am a Board-Eligible Psychiatrist, I have 8 years experience in the field of psychiatry. I am an alumni of Albany medical Center Psychiatry residency. Being in Albany for the last 10 years, I am very familiar with the services and referral sources this community has to offer. I hope to treat my clients with a unique, and individualized plan, with less emphasis on the "clock" and more on providing excellence in care. I will be accepting many HMO insurance plans after January 2014.
Barbara L Freedman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“People arrive at a therapist's office, having tried their best way of getting along in the world, regardless of age, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation and so forth. A universal reason for seeking outside help is distress in a primary relationship. In therapy, I help individuals understand how past relationships with parents, siblings and significant others impacts relationship troubles in the here and now. A trusting therapeutic relationship offers an opportunity for exploration of one's own mind at the deepest level, this can facilitate healing, new pathways of relating, greater authenticity, vitality and living a life that's true to one's self.
Phyllis Adler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Life can be hard and at any time and we can feel depleted and looking for answers. I believe that a lack of inner peace is a main source of all kinds of problems. Through a positive therapeutic relationship, we can uncover the areas the prevent you from peace. I appreciate the whole person and understand that life experiences, past and present, can impact thoughts and actions. It is easy to lose heart...but you can find your way back. It is never too late. You are welcome to visit my website for more information about my services.
Ronald G Nathan, Psychologist  in Albany
“Confidential counseling can help you take charge of your life, control your emotions, and understand yourself and your relationships. I have extensive experience counseling men under stress and my work, "Stress Management for Men" was profiled in "The Best of Albany," published in the Metroland newsweekly.
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Medicaid Therapists
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