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Hypnotherapy Therapists in Litchfield County

Nancy F Sharp, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Woodbury
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, Cht, LFYP
“My mission is to help people live a life of healthy congruity, to experience a sense of forward movement and clear direction-physically, financially, professionally, emotionally, relationally. I help my clients bring forth the energy and focus to dramatically change their lives so they enjoy greater health, happiness and wholeness. I've worked with many busy people who were exhausted, miserable, tapped out, feeling out of balance, stressed and worried. As a Licensed Psychotherapist, Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, Certified LifeForce Yoga Practitioner and Holistic Coach I use an integrated holistic approach to personal growth and renewal.
(203) 763-4702
Woodbury, Connecticut 06798
Rachel D Rosa, Counselor  in Bantam
“-Are you tired of your anxiety taking charge of your life? Is your anxiety dictating what you do during the day? Would you like to learn how to manage your anxiety? My area of expertise is anxiety management. We will work together to help you overcome and/or manage your anxiety and your panic attacks. We practice these skills in sessions. You will feel much more confident in managing your stress and anxiety. I would like to help you rediscover your purpose and passion and to live a more joyful and fulfilled life.
(860) 896-5379
Bantam, Connecticut 06750
Oliver Taeb, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Torrington
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LADC, CHT
“As a Professor, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Hypnotherapist who graduated from Fairfield University with 15 years of experience, I believe the best way to conduct therapy is through understanding the relationship you have with yourself first. This relationship can then translate into happier connections with others including parents, wife, husband, partner, co-workers and co-dependent relations including various addictions. By improving your relationships in all aspects of your life, you can then see results in lessening of your anxieties and depression. I believe in hypnotherapy and it is a great tool along traditional therapy
(860) 618-5910
Torrington, Connecticut 06790
Donna Capowich,   in Bethlehem
“Are you looking for short term assistance in gaining personal transformation? Are you struggling with a profound sense of loss over the death of a loved one or the loss of a relationship? I believe that through a process tailored to meet your needs we can succeed in achieving the next level through mediumship, hypnosis,guided meditation,and the development of intuitive awareness . From this space,meaningful change is possible.The work I do as a therapist,spiritual medium, and Reiki Master will help you in changing stagnant patterns.
(203) 883-0765
Bethlehem, Connecticut 06751
Ruth Guedes, Hypnotherapist, Life Coach,   in Woodbury
“You've done the work, but still feel like something is missing? You haven't been able to get where you want to be in your life? Something is holding you back? Are you eager to break through? Transform your life by releasing obstacles that have kept you stuck in these limiting beliefs. As a Transformational Strategist, I use a broad spectrum of models to help you move forward with your life. All work is done through the subconscious mind which carries all the answers so you can take full control of your life & modify unproductive behavioral patterns. Do it now!
(203) 490-0747
Woodbury, Connecticut 06798
Steven E Lurie, Psychologist  in Litchfield
“I am committed to creating a caring, accepting and non-judgmental environment in which clients feel understood, valued, and safe to open up, explore and express their thoughts and feelings. I work with symptoms of anxiety disorders including panic, OCD and phobias using the most effective evidence-based, shorter-term cognitive behavioral and mindfulness based therapies which help reduce acute symptoms within weeks. For people seeking to overcome longer term depression, anger, low self-esteem and self-defeating habits that keep them from living life more fully, I use longer term insight-oriented psychotherapy.
(516) 312-3428
Litchfield, Connecticut 06759
Leesa Sklover, Counselor  in New Preston
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, LPC, CMT, IKYTA, CRC
“Lessen stress through trust, communication and support, Learn tools to enhance joy and lessen the difficulty of chronic illness/pain, emotional stress/anxiety, health and relationship issues. As a licensed professional counselor, I work with adults, children and teens, focusing on resilience and self advocacy. I am experienced in Counseling, Coaching, Crisis consulting, Integrative medicine, Creative arts therapy, Yoga in hospitals / the spa industry, involves 20 years of training and private practice, ( Canyon Ranch Spa 12 years, Hospitals NY, CT.) My practice helps Improve relationships, to self, work-school, and others through through creative learning and experience,
(860) 578-8292
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New Preston, Connecticut 06777
Jennifer T Giustra-Kozek, Counselor  in Woodbury
“As your Psychotherapist, I am walking along your path to healing to help you avoid a few pitfalls along the road by seeing them first. As a Licensed Professional Counselor and Hypnotherapist I assist and guide individuals, couples and families through their life journeys and transitions. Helping during periods of depression, anxiety, substance abuse related issues & teaching how to better manage emotions by helping you design more helpful coping strategies. Find me on Facebook @ Healing ADHD & Asperger's without Hurting
(203) 403-6384
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Woodbury, Connecticut 06798
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Richard H Raskin, Psychologist  in Litchfield
“I've helped many people cope with excessive life stress, resolve problems in relationships, recover from difficult divorces, manage traumatic bereavement and loss, cope with major life transitions, and develop effective strategies to manage changes in their lives. I served as the director of the Counseling Center at Pace University for 24 years. I've also worked in multiple settings with diverse populations including active duty military personnel, veterans of military service, persons in 12-step programs (AA NA DA), adolescents and their families. I also enjoy helping men to better understand and talk about their feelings.
(646) 386-2208
Litchfield, Connecticut 06759
Richard O'Connor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lakeville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, PhD
“I specialize in mood disorders and anxiety. I've published five books--Undoing Depression is probably the most familiar---on depression, stress, and happiness, My latest, "Rewire," was released August 2014. My approach is basically psychodynamic, with a lot of CBT and mindfulness. I believe that anyone can change--the brain can literally be rewired--but it takes a lot of patience and practice. Most of the people I meet have been battered around by life, and it's left scars--difficulty hoping, difficulty trusting. It's my job to mobilize that hope and trust.
(860) 492-0400
Lakeville, Connecticut 06039
“Therapy can be one of the most influential, and insightful experiences. In coming from a place of strength and being client centered in all of my practice I work with my clients around their needs. Through the last 14 years in the field of human services I have learned we come to our own realizations in our own time. I am very flexible to what you personally need, constructing therapy based on what works to relieve suffering, foster growth, and develop insight. We will focus on understanding, but we might use mindfulness, anxiety management techniques, or other modalities.
(203) 347-4893
Watertown, Connecticut 06795
Jennifer Lefebre-McGevna, Psychologist  in New Hartford
“Often, children have used up their own problem solving tools leading to complicated behaviors and situations...they may misbehave, act out at home or school, and have trouble with friends. I utilize play, art, sand, books, and interactive talk therapy to create a safe, compassionate, and dynamic approach to help children cope with difficult emotions and find solutions to their problems. I encourage the healing power of the family to help children and adolescents develop, as children often respond best when their significant family members participate in therapy. Treatment can range from a few appointments to long-term support.
(860) 591-5459
New Hartford, Connecticut 06057
Holly Varanelli, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Winsted
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“At times, life can be very stressful. Having a safe place to share about what is most stressful, can be a relief. For those who have had a difficult past, life can be even harder. Through music, art and conversation, we will work together to find the peace that you seek.
(860) 237-5884
Winsted, Connecticut 06098
Rosalie Salie Guest, Counselor  in Litchfield
“I am a registered nurse and licensed professional counselor. I am multi-dimensional in the services I provide. I see children, adolescents, individuals, couples, and families. I started my career working with and teaching children who were not psychologically ready to move from kindergarten to first grade. My love for helping people inspired me to go back to school and pursue a nursing degree. After moving to Connecticut, I worked as a psych nurse at Waterbury Hospital at Merriman Hall for 6 years. This was a locked unit and it was here that I learned all the family therapy methodology.
(860) 615-4124
Litchfield, Connecticut 06759
Michael Weaver, Psychologist  in New Hartford
“I have been practicing psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, and couples therapy for over twenty five years. I believe that clients are generally hoping to better understand their emotions/actions in order to develop a stronger sense of self and to achieve more satisfying personal relationships and careers. While I have completed five years of postdoctoral training geared toward working with highly motivated, insight oriented patients, I have worked in many different communities with diverse populations and am quite comfortable with assisting men, women and children from all walks of life in achieving their personal goals for growth.
(860) 269-6535
New Hartford, Connecticut 06057
“I practice individualized, solution focused therapy using an eclectic array of techniques to assist the person in regaining and maintaining an optimum level of functioning. My areas of expertise are in treating people with depression, anxiety, mood disorders, relationship issues, life transitions, and substance abuse issues. I am versed in divorce mediation. In addition, I am knowledgeable regarding the struggle adult children are having caring for elderly parents and offer consultation in exploring appropriate alternatives and managing the emotional distress associated with such decisions.
(203) 350-0601
Watertown, Connecticut 06795
Steve Kukolla, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Litchfield
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I work with older children, adolescents, young adults, and their families who struggle with trauma, substance abuse, self-injury (cutting), peer relational skills, parent-child conflict, anxiety, and depression. I also help individuals and couples with emotional and relational issues.
(860) 398-6150
Litchfield, Connecticut 06759
Elizabeth Betsy Phelan, Counselor  in New Hartford
“Hi..I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, a former school counselor, guardian ad litem, and social worker with a particular interest in young adults and family issues. My office is in my home, a cozy, non-threatening space which lends itself to comfort and trust. My goal is always to help my client(s) to recognize what is causing their personal conflicts and to then feel empowered to resolve them. I am a good listener, supportive and non-judgmental. Feel free to ask for a brief session to determine if you feel a comfortable connection with me.
(860) 308-1570
New Hartford, Connecticut 06057
Betsy Edwards, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Woodbury
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker with 19 years of experience working with children, adolescents, and adults. My experience has been in the areas of depression, anxiety and loss; infertility, miscarriage and adoption issues; coping skills training for anger expression, self esteem, bullying and self injurious behaviors; individual, family and couples therapy; and support to children and adolescents with divorce issues.
(860) 415-4517
Woodbury, Connecticut 06798
Barbara L Bourgeois, Counselor  in Woodbury
“I have an empathetic, strength-based approach and work hard to help my clients discover the parts of themselves they have unknowingly hidden away so that they may learn to be their own best resource for finding the solutions they seek. By applying my training to 48 years of experiential life, I have become an effective therapist in the areas of addiction, crisis intervention, depression, ADD, and general life issues. I have spent many years living in other countries, have experienced third-world poverty, and have held the hands of both children and adults who have lost their way.
(203) 745-2154
Woodbury, Connecticut 06798
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Hypnotherapy Therapists
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