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Therapists in New Haven

Sexuality Power, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Haven
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“Are you tired of ending up in the same relationship? Are you not sure what you keep repeating that is leading to the same results? Do you want help in resolving the past and living in the present relationship? Are you struggling with knowing what you want or how to express your desires to your partner? Do you struggle with self-esteem/ undervalue yourself? If you have said yes to any of these questions, I can help. I work with individuals or couples to uncover past blocks and work toward a different future. Together we can cocreate what you desire.
New Haven, Connecticut 06513
Dean Leone, Psychologist  in New Haven
“I have been in private practice for 14 years where I work with adults and couples struggling with a wide variety of issues. My training is very broad-based. Although I have a psychoanlytic bias, I appreciate the uniqueness of each individual patient and believe it is important to meet them where they are in the moment and tailor my approach accordingly. Hence, I incorporate a wholistic approach which integrates various theoretical orientations and models of intervention.
(860) 412-6079
New Haven, Connecticut 06510
“Most people encounter rough times in their lives. I like to help people to get through these times. I like to help people to explore more options. When upset, many people get stuck in their ideas and wishes. I like to help people figure out ways to overcome challenges that interfere with their enjoyment of life and all it has to offer. I am an experienced therapist and have worked with a variety of people in varied clinical settings. I particularly enjoy working as an independent practitioner with all the unique concerns my clients bring.
(203) 312-7954
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Ruth A Geller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Haven
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am an experienced psychotherapist and can help clients make constructive change in problematic relationships, overcome depression and anxiety, strengthen self acceptance, acquire parenting skills, courageously face the hardships around health and aging, and help young adults master the developmental tasks of transitioning to adulthood.
(203) 651-7256
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Yiara S Blanco, Psychologist  in New Haven
“This is a bilingual practice/ Hablamos espaņol! I thrive to help individuals, families and groups reach their goal of self-actualization by understanding and respecting cultural backgrounds, promoting all-encompasing well-being and offering evidenced based treatments focused on the client's needs. Therefore, co-creating healthy individuals who are positive, productive members of the community.
(203) 583-3996
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
George H Davis, Psychologist  in New Haven
“At the Center for Dialectical and Cognitive Behavioral Therapies, we provide compassionate psychological treatments based on current knowledge about effective treatments for anxiety, depression, emotion dysregulation, OCD and other behaviors that interfere with improving quality of life.
(203) 787-3070
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW, MEd
“I enjoy working with people who are having difficulties in the face of life's persistent challenges, who may be coping with depression or anxiety, difficult and painful relationships, or losses and traumas (either past or present) that make living from day to day difficult. My approach is sensitive, respectful, thoughtful and collaborative as I attempt to help individuals better understand themselves and more effectively cope with the challenges they are facing in their lives. My theoretical approach is primarily psychodynamic, and is enriched by cognitive, behavioral, and relational approaches as well.
(203) 405-5491
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Lauren Dennehy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Haven
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, MSW, LCSW
“I look forward to working with anyone concerned about the wellbeing of their child, their family, and/or themselves. I am an experienced clinician who is committed to engaging with you on a process of reflection, of respect, and of health and healing. This process is universal, while the intervention and support will vary dependent on age, issues, and needs of each person. While I will conduct a thorough assessment and offer feedback and recommendations, the course of treatment will include co-created goals and I will be transparent in the intervention I believe will be most helpful.
(630) 448-4709
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Leanne Peterson,   in New Haven
“Not sure you need therapy? I work with people who feel they do not necessarily need therapy but are instead in a place where they could use additional guidance to navigate a particular area in their life. A mental tune-up, so to speak. I use a short-term approach that quickly gets you on track, allows you to work through your issue and gives you the tools to successfully navigate future issues. You identify a target you would like to address, and we will work together to reach your goals quickly and effectively.
(203) 583-3482
New Haven, Connecticut 06510
Loretta Staples, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Haven
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I specialize in working with those who feel 'different,' and whose sense of difference creates distress. Issues may include concern about 'fitting in,' alienation from family members and significant others, and uncertainty about identity, appearance, and community. Left unresolved, these challenges can yield interpersonal conflict, depression, anxiety, addiction, and self-harm. Acknowledged, they can provide opportunities for growth and healing, deepening one's sense of self, purpose, and belonging.
(203) 779-6307
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Chaundra C Bailey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Haven
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Sometimes the challenges of life can overwhelm a persons ability to manage stressful situations on their own. During these times I offer confidential, respectful, and nonjudgmental support with the purpose of providing quality clinical services. My goal is to offer a safe environment where we can work together toward identifying and improving your individual strengths, self awareness, and other personal skills needed for maintaining a more healthier and productive life.
(203) 494-4684
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LADC
“For over 30 years, it has been my deep privilege to provide therapeutic services to clients, who wish to successfully address their current individual, relational, and family stressors. I believe that each client possesses her or his unique, inner resilience to effectively achieve positive and transformative life change!
(203) 903-9684
New Haven, Connecticut 06512
“I am a clinical psychologist with offices in New Haven and Middletown. My clients are primarily adults, both individuals and couples. My areas of interest and/or expertise include marital distress; problems at work; organizational issues; life transitions; spirituality, meditation, and mindfulness practice; coping with life-altering illness; death, dying and bereavement; and problems of identity. I have advanced training from the Gottman Institute in marital therapy, and have completed the training and supervision requirements for certification in Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy developed by Susan Johnson and her colleagues. I also provide consultation and clinical supervision for other psychotherapists and organizations.
(203) 318-4828
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Erin A. S. Oleskey, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Haven
“Psychotherapy is a unique opportunity to explore and understand the feelings, thoughts, experiences, and behaviors that contribute to one's difficulties. I assume that (a) what anyone is experiencing is what's possible for the present moment and that (b) change is also possible. With each patient I work toward change over time, be it in the form of self-acceptance, emotional relief, satisfying relationships, or choices he or she feels better about.
(203) 286-4549
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Jennifer M. Hagelston, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Haven
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have had the pleasure of working with adolescents and adults for over 15 years as a Licensed Clincial Social Worker specializing in depression, anxiety, and phase of life issues. My therapeutic approach stems from a strength based perspective with the purpose of increasing self-awareness and developing positive behavioral patterns to best encourage a happy and healthy life experience. I offer individual and couples psychotherapy with a flexible schedule.
(203) 989-0128 x2
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Morel Morton Alexander, Marriage & Family Therapist  in New Haven
“I have a special interest in working with couples. All partnerships face times of stress. Employing an emotionally-focused approach, I help you break through your cycles of conflict and stagnation. Together, we look at your patterns of interacting and the emotions underlying them. As you begin to understand these, we practice ways of changing and improving communication so that you can connect in more meaningful ways with your partner.
(203) 275-0491
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Mary I. Daly, Psychologist  in New Haven
“You may be experiencing anxiety, sadness, irritability, fear, or just discouragement and fatigue. And, you are looking for help so that you can feel stronger and creatively tackle your personal goals and manage life's pressures. As a warm and interested psychologist, I will help you to overcome these emotional difficulties and tap into your strengths and inner resources so that you can feel strong, optimistic, and assertive.
(203) 318-4483
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Guldeniz Yucelen, Psychologist  in New Haven
“I approach my work in a spirit of acceptance and humility, expecting to learn from you about your psychological challenges, your strengths and aspirations, your relationships, and relevant past experiences as they contribute to your current difficulties. Establishing a strong therapeutic relationship where you feel comfortable is crucial for a successful psychotherapy process. In this process, I provide my professional knowledge and input to support you in overcoming the barriers to enjoying a fulfilling life. The therapeutic relationship is a collaboration that requires commitment and endeavor to achieve the desired changes.
(203) 612-5671
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Jeffrey P Kerekes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Haven
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW
“I am a respected psychotherapist (counselor) who brings good humor and compassion to my specialty in depression, anxiety and phase of life issues with adults and couples. I draw from over ten years of experience including work at the training grounds of Yale and Harvard Medical Schools as well as from my clinical degree from Columbia University. I see people in my New Haven office, and meet over the phone nationally and internationally. On the weekends, I enjoy time on the trails with my wife Pei and our two Australian Shepherd.
(203) 819-8042
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Kathryn G White, Psychologist  in New Haven
“As each person is unique, the best therapy is individualized. 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. I avoid jargon and acronyms, preferring to talk in more ordinary or evocative language. Sometimes, there are big issues to grapple with, but often by focusing on seemingly small blocks, we can loosen the process of growth and the experience of being alive to one's own life.
(203) 393-8775
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
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