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Richard O'Connor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lakeville
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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
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a former teacher who became more and more interested in social work as I observed the struggles of my students (anxiety, low self esteem, bullying etc.). I see clients of all ages and individuals with special needs. My focus is on improving quality of life--helping reduce feelings of isolation, disconnection, constant worry, depression, relational difficulties, school problems, reactions to trauma reminders, insomnia etc. I lead a support group for parents of children/adults with special needs. I also treat people for insomnia.
(860) 356-0032
Lakeville, Connecticut 06039
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Psychiatric Nurse, MS, MA, APRN, BC, NCC
“The majority of clients who come to my office have been in psychotherapy without complete relief. The client is generally coming in for a more involved psychiatric assessment and evaluation for possible medication use.
(860) 484-7302
Lakeville, Connecticut 06039
Lee A Minoff, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in Lakeville
Licensed Psychoanalyst, NCPsyA
“IT'S NOT TRUE THAT LIFE IS JUST ONE DAMN THING AFTER ANOTHER. IT'S THE SAME DAMN THING OVER AND OVER ." (Edna St. Vincent Millay). First and foremost: Life is difficult. And we all bring to it our personal distortions, anxieties and depressive feelings.
(860) 364-0718
Office is near:
Lakeville, Connecticut 06039
Priscilla Young Rodgers, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in Lakeville
“I am a jungian analyst and psychoanalytic therapist. I work in depth with a wide range of clients. I have been in practice for nearly 30 years as a therapist, and am currently a senior training analyst in New York City. If you suffer from depressive feelings, poor self esteem, shame, anxieties, loss of meaning, problems in relationships or life transitions, or have felt you would benefit from a way to grow more deeply conscious of your inner life, personality, and motivations in order to develop creatively, spiritually and personally, you may be very suited to this type of therapy.
(646) 681-5620
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Lakeville, Connecticut 06039
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