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Alzheimer's Therapists in Alaska (AK)

L A Kelsey, Counselor  in Anchorage
“Respectful, supportive positive counseling and symptom management (CBT) techniques so you can see improvement quickly, feel in control, improvement/ manage your outcomes in relationships, work/career or performance (sports). Brief intensive therapy interventions that give you tools for success and that takes practice. Clients who do well want to be independent, yet are patient with themselves, journal and do homework" after and in between sessions and realize sometimes therapy is a marathon and not a sprint. I value your intuition and inner guidance system and help you fine tune those so hey are working well for you and your relationships.
Alzheimer's
“We provide performance psychotherapy services for all areas of life: home, work, family, peer, athletics etc. Make the most of your talents and abilities. Live your dreams. Actualize your desired reality. Evidence and research based methods utilized. All ages. Remove blocks, obstacles, pain and suffering. Diminish and extinguish painful symptoms. You deserve to be happy, joyous and free.
Alzheimer's
Deborah A Gideon, Psychologist  in Anchorage
“With a person-centered holistic approach, I address the cognitive, emotional and behavioral challenges of individuals and their loved ones who have been affected by brain disorders. In addition to having excellent training and extensive experience in Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology, I specialize in the role of brain function in emotions and social behavior. I provide Neuropsychological Evaluations of thinking, emotions and behavior, always followed with guidance and psychotherapy as needed to address the person's challenges. For medical and mental health providers, I offer consultation to assist with diagnoses and treatment of individuals with known or suspected brain disorders
Alzheimer's
(907) 891-8093
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Substance Abuse Rehab - Cascade, Treatment Facility  in Anchorage
“The question, "Why do some people become addicted to drugs while others do not?" is a common one. While a number of risk factors and causes have been associated with the development of various addictions there remains no clear answer to this question. Unfortunately, many people who have never been addicted may think they have the answers, leading to negative stereotypes and stigmas. This can be extremely painful for those fighting an addiction and sometimes even prevent them from seeking care. If you are suffering with an addiction you have likely experienced negative consequences related to your problem, along with negative self-judgments about trying to quit but not being successful. You also may have experienced problems with relationships perhaps leading to social isolation, and feelings of hopelessness about the improvement of your future, resulting in a sense of helplessness over your perceived inability to make positive changes in your life. You don't have to feel alone anymore. At Cascade we can help you uncover the strengths within you and show you ways to use these internal resources to successfully battle your addiction so you can start down the road to a healthy, happy life.
Alzheimer's
(206) 981-3352
We serve:
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Amen Clinic Northwest, Treatment Facility  in Anchorage
“There's no such thing as "normal." As the saying goes, "everyone is normal...until you get to know them." Chances are, you or someone you love will suffer from an imbalanced brain at some point in your life. This may be due to a specific issue, like ADD or anxiety, which may or may not have been diagnosed. Or, it could be the result of years of brain mistreatment that adds up to mental fogginess-something most doctors can't diagnose and can't tell you how to fix. The Amen Clinics methodology can help you learn more about your brain, choose the most appropriate treatment program for your brain, and help you comply with the program using the unique tools only offered at the Amen Clinics.
Alzheimer's
(425) 336-3205
We serve:
Anchorage, Alaska 99501
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Sue Findlay, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Anchorage
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My purpose is to give people back to themselves." (Neale Donald Walsch) As a therapist my passion is to help you capitalize on your strengths to help you gain insight into what is getting in the way of your living how you want to. I see this process as a collaborative endeavor based on values of trust, equality and mutual respect. I don't see my role as providing the answers, rather asking thoughtful questions designed to support you in reaching your goals.
(907) 331-6758
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Deborah E Stamm, Counselor  in Anchorage
“If it seem like there is a cloud lingering over your good intentions and hope-filled dreams, join me as we build your life and rebuild your dreams. If you have been disappointed with self-help methods, expensive or confusing programs, or previous counseling experiences, don't despair. My strategies surpass gimmicks and empty promises. I offer effective personalized, client-centered, strength-based therapy for a variety of challenges ranging from poor self-esteem, anxiety, stress management, to more destructive disorders of PTSD, and substance abuse. With courage and sound theory we can transform life; and happiness is certainly achievable.
(907) 677-7636
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Tom McCabe, Counselor  in Juneau
“Are you ready to change your life? I help people uncover the strength and motivation that lie beneath familiar habits and patterns. Together we develop new ways of looking at your life and new choices for you. Yes, you need to be willing to bravely face things that are uncomfortable or stuck in your life, but we do that as just one part of turning problems into opportunity and turning opportunity into success. Anxiety, anger, depression, and relationship problems -- they are all experiences we have; they do not have to define you or stop you.
(907) 312-1272
Juneau, Alaska 99801
H B Acker, Psychologist  in Anchorage
“Confidentiality, trust, and therapeutic compatibility are essential for the successful resolution of a person's problems in counseling and psychotherapy. They form the foundation for an honest dialogue between client and therapist that enhances a person's ability to deal with what is true in their life. As a therapist, my job is to help clients identify and resolve those truths and move on, feeling better about themselves and more confident in their ability to handle the difficult problems and challenges that life presents. MEDICAID covers Psychological Evaluations. MEDICARE and most other insurances cover the full range of the psychological services provided.
(907) 562-1126
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Karen M Cunningham, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Anchorage
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT-A
“I focus on the strengths inherent in each individual, couple, and family. My fundamental belief is that people are innately good and that psychological problems often stem from a rigid or outdated coping system. I stress each individual's growth and the importance of self-actualization. In couples' therapy, there is an emphasis on learning to listen to the emotional truth of the other, while gaining greater authenticity in expressing one's own truth. Through genuine appreciation of one another, couples can learn to re-create, or perhaps experience for the very first time, true understanding, connection, joy and love.
(907) 341-4062
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Stephanie McMillian, Counselor  in Anchorage
“I work collaboratively with you to help you realize and build upon your strengths and resources, inner and outer, to get you on back on path to wellness and joy. I take an eclectic approach, that is, using individually tailored tools that resonate with you, assisting you to use your own strengths to feel better about yourself.
(907) 341-4836
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Bobbi O'Kelley, Counselor  in Palmer
“I am a licensed professional counselor who strives to incorporate balance into my practice and daily life. Balance is sought out by each individual and entails a holistic process regardless of age. I am intrigued by perplexing behaviors that involve self-sabotage and learned helplessness in addition to exploring the power of thoughts and their effect on human behavior and feelings. My natural curiosity of how others think, behave and respond to stimuli in their environment was reinforced when I lived in Japan for nearly 2 years.
(907) 440-6405
Palmer, Alaska 99645
Shawnmarie Carpenter, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Anchorage
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MEd, MS
“Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT) creates improvements in 90% of couples coming in for therapy. As an EFT provider I am passionate about helping marriages and families. I believe that when a relationship feels stronger and safer, one gains confidence in all areas of life. I use a combination of empathy, patience and a deep focus on attachment to collaboratively reconnect you into positive relationships. Learning to speak the Language of the Heart you will absolutely see a life changing and rebalancing to your world.
(907) 331-6726
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Kelvin Pace, Counselor  in Anchorage
“As a therapist, I believe that lasting change comes from the inside. I view therapy as a guide post to help individuals, couples, and families navigate difficult situations and to discover their inner strength and potential. I believe in providing a safe, nonjudgmental, and relaxed atmosphere to create a therapeutic alliance to help you attain your goals. For the past 5 years I have worked with children, families, and young adults from various backgrounds and life situations dealing with a wide range of complex issues such as trauma, depression, anxiety, and developing healthy relationships.
(907) 312-1279
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MFA, MSW, LCSW
“In my psychotherapy practice with adolescents, men, women and families the focus is typically on issues such as behavioral concerns, depression, anxiety, trauma, PTSD, ADHD and anger. I believe that everyone is entitled to be treated with respect and honesty and that therapy should start where the client is at. Additionally, each client has their own ways of gaining insight and implementing new patterns into their lives and will have their own pace at which they discover the strengths within themselves. I like to work with the client to discover what is most effective for them and go from there.
(907) 331-6775
Fairbanks, Alaska 99708
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Being a therapist has taught me that those who seek treatment are "stuck" in patterns of thinking, feeling and reacting that have not worked for them. Most know what the problem is, but not how to fix it. Would anyone take their car to someone who didn't understand automobiles and all the mechanical strengths and weaknesses of a car? A good therapist is first and foremost a good detective, looking for clues that are not always apparent. And secondly, a quality therapist has an innate sense of what must change to eliminate the problem and a plan that will work for that client.
(907) 312-5130
Fairbanks, Alaska 99701
Kathryn H. Cranor, Counselor  in Juneau
“I approach therapy from an integrative perspective, utilizing psychodynamic approaches, mindfulness, and trauma healing tools. I believe that discomfort or symptoms which result in individuals seeking therapy arise from the body, brain, physiology, biochemistry, spirit and/or soul.
(907) 331-6786
Juneau, Alaska 99801
Gayle Nauska, Counselor  in Anchorage
“My therapy philosophy is based on the importance of treating clients with dignity and respect, and of empowering clients. My therapy approach includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, 12 Step, client-centered, psychoeducation, EMDR, and spiritual resources depending on the needs and desires of the client. I also have extensive cross-cultural experience with Native Americans/Alaskans.
(907) 277-1166
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Daniel Francom, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Palmer
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I love Alaska and enjoy helping people reach their goals in overcoming challenges. I provide an emotionally safe environment where you can explore your strengths while working towards your goals. I specialize in working with teenagers with behavioral problems, couple and family conflict, and adults with anxiety and depression. I have worked in residential treatment centers for youth and outpatient mental health centers for all ages.
(435) 565-4456
Palmer, Alaska 99645
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have been providing solution-focused mental health services to individuals, couples and families for 20 years. I provide a comfortable, confidential, and supportive atmosphere, I offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each of my clients individual needs to help attain the personal growth they're striving for. I accept most insurances except Medicaid, Medicare and Denali Kid Care.
(907) 341-3028
Palmer, Alaska 99645
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Alzheimer's Therapists
A progressive neurodegenerative disease, Alzheimers Disease slowly destroys an individual's memory, judgment, cognition and eventually ability to function. It represents an enormous burden on victims of the disease and their family alike.

Alzheimer's is characterized by memory loss, language deterioration, impaired ability to mentally manipulate visual information, poor judgment, confusion, restlessness, and mood swings.

Alzheimer's usually begins after age 65, but its onset may occur as early as age 40, appearing first as memory decline and, over several years, destroying cognition, personality, and ability to function. Confusion and restlessness may also occur. The early symptoms of AD, which include forgetfulness and loss of concentration, can be missed easily because they resemble signs of natural aging.

If you're looking for help for a friend or mother or father with alzheimer's in Alaska (AK) or for an Alaska (AK) alzheimer's Therapist, these professionals provide alzheimer's help, alzheimer's therapy, alzheimer's counseling and alzheimer's treatment. They include alzheimer's Therapists, alzheimer's psychologists and alzheimer's counselors. Therapists can help with testing for alzheimer's or diagnosis of alzheimers in Alaska (AK). They work with alzheimer behaviors in Alaska (AK) and follow alzheimer's research. Therapists can provide support for family members and carers of alzheimer's patients in Alaska (AK) or direct you to local alzheimer's resources.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Alaska (AK) have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Alaska (AK) you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Alaska (AK) and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Alaska (AK) or family therapy in Alaska (AK).