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Grief Therapists in Columbia County
Bereavement, Loss, Mourning

Cindy Foster, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Martinez
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, NBCCH, ACSW
“Imagine yourself discovering or reclaiming the innate healing potential that resides within you." I am trained in traditional "talk" psychotherapy and "mindbody" therapy. I am a licensed clinical social worker, psychotherapist & stress reduction consultant with over 30 years of experience. I am also a nationally board certified clinical hypnotherapist. I am trained to work with a wide range of issues. People seek my help for emotional healing and regulation, eliminate negative habits, move through life transitions, improve focus, and conflict resolution skills or other combination of areas to strengthen. Individual treatment programs. Customized hypnotherapy, stress reduction & healing through illness recordings.
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Claudia J Coenen, Counselor  in Hudson
Counselor, CT, MTP
“Grief shatters our life, or so it feels - you find ways to put it back together. Your grief healing begins with your story. Tell me what happened, tell me how you feel. Let's look at your relationships and who you are as a result. Allow me to listen, to walk with you, to sit with you in compassionate presence as you uncover your own personal skills to guide you on your Grief Journey. You can rebuild your life into a comfortable shape while honoring your connections to the past. I can help you find your way back to wholeness.
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Carolyn A. Ramp, Counselor  in Martinez
“It has been my experience that what most of us are looking for is resolution to the issues we are facing. I have learned to help clients focus on how they want their lives to be different rather than focus on what went wrong in the past. My goal is to understand your concerns and assist you in living a happier and more satisfying life. My experience is varied and includes working with bereavement, grief and loss issues, womens' issues, anger and depression, relationships, and parenting. I have worked with individuals, couples, families.
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(706) 680-7473
Office is near:
Martinez, Georgia 30907
Gregor Simon-MacDonald, Counselor  in Copake
“Counseling is a team process. The way we relate is a key part of this. If you're feeling overwhelmed - or stuck on a particular issue - we will work to re-connect you with your underlying strengths, to understand what's blocking you and to practice new skills. All this can help increase your confidence and your motivation to make positive choices. If the spiritual dimension is important for you, we'll explore how your can deepen that connection.
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Elisabeth Ansel Edwards, Counselor  in Lake City
“I work from a relational and insight oriented approach. I believe that we were all created for connection and that our woundedness often gets in the way of this connectedness, whether it be to God or others. Deep, intensive counseling can help heal this woundedness so that connections are more honest, genuine, and whole. It should also leave you with a deeper sense of self and identity, so that you can interact in healthy ways with the world around you.
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(352) 325-4587
Office is near:
Lake City, Florida 32024
Jennifer Daniels, Counselor  in Hillsdale
“Regardless of the individuals and families particular difficulties, two things have struck me time after time in my work with them. First, is the rightness of their 'symptoms.' If I listen close enough and with enough openness to learn the language of their 'symptoms,' that which, at the onset, seems to have an its own private mind boggling logic, makes a great deal of sense. Second, was the level of determination and creativity people attempt to resolve said difficulties ... a determination and creativeness I attempt to match and respect during my time in their lives.
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(413) 206-2145
Office is near:
Hillsdale, New York 12529
Velma M Haag, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Poynette
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Therapy is a collaboration between client and therapist, focused on understanding the client's needs.
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(608) 713-4880
Office is near:
Poynette, Wisconsin 53955
Christi L Wright, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Valatie
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, BCD
“If you are ready to change your life, then I am ready to assist you.Change is difficult but it can happen with genuine commitment . Using tools designed to help you focus on what you want to see differently in your life , you can accomplish things you never thought possible. The therapy I provide is especially helpful for breaking old patterns of relating to people, places and things. If you are stuck in a poor relationship with another person, family or job this therapy can help. I work with all populations except very young children.
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Becky Sternal, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Hudson
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, RSMT
“Thank you for viewing my profile. Unfortunately, I am not accepting new clients at this time.
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Ellen Winkler, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chatham
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“COUNSELING FOR DEPRESSION, ANXIETY, RELATIONSHIPS, ADDICTION, TRAUMA: For individuals and couples--to treat the thoughts, emotions, and spirit, offering psychodynamic therapy, guided meditation, and other modalities to restore your emotional balance, achieve insight, healing and personal growth. Whether you're feeling confused or angry, have symptoms of addiction, stress, or trauma, or just don't feel like yourself, we can recover your emotional equilibrium. I offer a supportive, confidential setting and honor diversity. Focusing on your strengths, interests, and needs, we can work toward meaningful change.
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Rose Bourgeois, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Scappoose
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I work actively with you to understand the layers built up around faulty belief systems which interfere with feeling empowered, enabling you to make healthy choices and create the life and relationships you desire. In a safe non-judgemental environment, with gentle humor, kindness, compassionate understanding, and unconditional support, you will uncover new ways of addressing challenges, internally and externally, thus dramatically improving your sense of overall well being. My goal is to help clients discover a deeper awareness of themselves, their lives, and how they create them. And as this becomes clearer, therapy becomes a supportive vehicle for making and enacting new life choices.
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Stacie Speed LCSW-R, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Hudson
“I have many years of experience working in the field of mental health. I specialize in the treatment of Mood Disorders (such as Depression), Anxiety Disorders and am OASAS certified to evaluate and treat clients with an alcohol and/or substance abuse problem. I also work with the NYS Department of Motor Vehicles in evaluating drivers convicted of a DWI/DWAI offense as to whether or not treatment is recommended for the driver before the reinstatement of their NYS driving privileges.
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Keith W. Edmonds, Counselor  in Martinez
“Have you been worrying a lot, feeling "on edge," unable to concentrate, or feeling overwhelmed by events in your life? We've all felt like this at times but when these feelings begin to interfere with work, relationships, and other activities in your life it may be time to seek counseling. My focus is to help you learn how to get better and stay better by learning strategies to address stress, depression, and other issues that impact ourselves and those closest to us. Addiction treatment is also available and sometimes the overriding issue in relationship problems.
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Mabatho Lucia Matima, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kinderhook
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSWR
“I have over 25 years working with children and adults dealing with mental health problems. and other problems of living and challenges that include but are not limited to behavior / oppositional problems, school problems, relationship and addiction problems, poor anger management, grief and loss, chronic pain and trauma. I am experienced in conducting comprehensive suicide risk assessments. I also offer supervised visits for non- custodial parents. I am experienced working with individuals with a diversity of issues and backgrounds. I offer individualized treatment plans that are tailored to the clients challenges and needs.
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Steven D Brown,   in Stuyvesant
“Dr. Brown is a licensed Psychoanalyst practicing near Hudson, NY and New York City. Professional activities include training school guidance counselors to develop and run adolescent resiliency groups. For 13 years, Dr. Brown was on staff at Kaiser Permanente HMO and Northeast Permanente Medical Group. Utilizing a solution-focused model of psychotherapy, he provided psychotherapy to Kaiser Permanente's membership. Dr. Brown developed and provided EAP services to medical and administrative staff at Kaiser and NPMG. He developed, conducted, and supervised various workshops and groups including community and corporate workshops on stress management, support groups for children of divorced families, "Fair Fighting" workshops & support groups.
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Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“Dr. Brody has provided marriage and family therapy for over 35 years. He works with individuals, couples, families and children, and is a clinical member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
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William Culley,   in Chatham
“I provide LENS Neurofeedback and conversational Psychotherapy to address a variety of needs in clients of all ages.
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Christy Dunn, Counselor  in Evans
“We all go through times when life gets overwhelming and we need help in the recovery process. As a licensed professional counselor working in community mental health and private practice settings, I have had the privilege of serving children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families from diverse walks of life and cultural backgrounds. I specialize in depression, trauma recovery/PTSD, and LGBT issues, but have experience with a wide variety of presenting problems such as addictions, severe mental illness, anxiety, adjustment, self-esteem, abuse, codependency, self-harm, suicidal behavior, chronic pain, illness, couple and family issues, grief/loss, social skills, behavioral problems, divorce, and stress management.
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Shaleda A Mirra, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, MSW, LCSW, CAP
“"I've worked all my life on the subject of awareness, whether it's awareness of the body, awareness of the mind, awareness of your emotions, awareness of your relationships, or awareness of your environment. I think the key to transforming your life is to be aware of who you are~Deepak Chopra." The key to changing oneself must first begin with a journey of self-exploration, and assisting others with this journey of personal introspection is my passion. My goal is to assist each individual with whom I work, achieve the highest level of authenticity and to enjoy life.
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Chuck Rahe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Scappoose
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“People come to counseling because they want to change how they feel, how things are going for them, or for members of their family. We talk about what you want to accomplish and identify activities that can help in the short and the long term.
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