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Therapists in New Haven

David C Tate, Psychologist  in New Haven
“Although I have worked with many clients with a variety of presenting concerns, I work best with people who are ready to make significant positive changes in their lives. I use a strength based approach in which clients are empowered to envision the future they want to have and then we build a plan to get there, one step at a time. In order to create the largest positive impact on the client's well-being, I believe it is important to understand the whole person (physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual) as well as the contexts in which they live.
(203) 774-4552
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
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
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
Alison Thurber, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Haven
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Life offers both the opportunity and the challenge of navigating assorted relationships in our personal and professional lives. Many people struggle to thrive in these relationships because of barriers to communication, trust, or accumulated stressors - any of which can result from unresolved conflicts or traumas. I work with individuals who may be experiencing symptoms of depression, anxiety, or other impediments to satisfying relationships. I also work with couples and families who are seeking support in recovering feelings of intimacy or repairing painful fractures in the relationship.
(203) 651-7948
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Psychotherapy can help individuals, couples, and families to create the kind of change they want to see in their lives. I specialize in providing therapy to those who are struggling to overcome issues with intimate relationships, food, body image, stress, anxiety, substance use, depression, and the successful navigation of difficult life situations.
(502) 230-4680
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Robert Page, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Haven
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“Robert Page, LCSW, BCD, practices in New Haven, CT. For more than 25 years, after graduate work at Yale University Divinity School and University of Connecticut, he has worked with individuals and couples in his private practice--Mental Health Associates. In his professional and clinical work he serves as a clinical supervisor, consultant, seminar facilitator on topics such as "The Impact of Race and Ethnicity on Psychotherapy, and he has held adjunct and assistant professor positions at Southern and Western Connecticut State Universities. He is trained in EMDR, a psychotherapy that treats effectively the emotional & psychological effects of trauma.
(203) 651-5031
New Haven, Connecticut 06515
Marc J Tobin, Psychologist  in New Haven
“I place importance on being approachable, thoughtful, sensitive and direct. In therapy, I think it is valuable to focus on both past and present experiences. Looking at your history can help us understand what sets of beliefs, about yourself and the world, might be holding you back from having a better experience in life - and what makes these beliefs so powerful. Examining current behaviors and interactions allows for reflection and adjustment of unhelpful thoughts, feelings and behaviors impeding your success and personal satisfaction.
(203) 376-3776
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Myriel Rodriguez, Psychologist  in New Haven
“I am a bilingual clinical psychologist who is committed and passionate about my work with clients of all ages (adults, children, adolescents) and all walks of life. I believe that empathy and genuineness are fundamental in developing a trusting and meaningful relationship with my clients, which is necessary for creating change. I also believe that a balance should exist in inviting change and validating accomplishments. These values are essential to who I am, both professionally and personally.
(203) 652-8738
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
Cheryl Kenn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Haven
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“20 years of wide-ranging clinical experience informs my work. My aim is to help individuals find fulfillment, understand themselves better, advance toward their highest goals and live wholeheartedly within the world. This may include focusing on changing self-defeating patterns, improving relationships, health, career success, artistic creativity; resolving past traumas, accelerating spiritual development &/or finding meaning in life's adversities. Creating awareness increases consciousness, which brings forth potential solutions. Serendipitously, unforeseen negative events can make us vulnerable, which may invite self-discovery. When old patterns no longer work, we can open to new ones, overcome the odds and thrive.
(203) 916-0984
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
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
Melvin P Roy, Psychologist  in New Haven
“I have been developing my skills as a practicing psychotherapist in the New Haven area for over thirty years. My therapeutic approach is eclectic, dynamic, and practical, inspired by my use of clinical hypnosis as an agent for positive change. My primary interest is in helping people to help themselves by releasing and reinforcing emotional resources previously unrecognized and unused. Imaging issues creatively and incisively can generate the emotional strength and confidence to deal with problems, even those seemingly insurmountable. Much of the enthusiam for my work has been derived from my connection with the Yale University School of Medicine.
(203) 701-6934
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Ingrid V. Rodriguez, Psychologist  in New Haven
“I am a Spanish bilingual psychologist with a practice focusing on adults and couples. My role as a therapist is to help you clear self-defeating thoughts/emotions/behaviors so that you can begin living a life more in tune with your authentic self. I work in collaboration with you, guiding you through emotional challenges and offering new skills and perspectives. I believe a strong therapeutic relationship forms the foundation for an enriching therapy experience. Ultimately, my goal is to provide a safe and comfortable atmosphere in which you can be yourself and fulfill your true potential.
(203) 930-1626
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
“I am a clinical psychologist in private practice in New Haven for over thirty years. I am on the faculty in the Yale Department of Psychiatry where I supervise clinical psychologists and psychiatrists in training. I work with children and their families,adolescents, adults and couples. I have experience with a broad range of issues including but not limited to depression and anxiety, self esteem and issues related to gender, sexuality and relationships.
(203) 212-9369
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Barbara Greten Psychotherapy & Pastoral Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Haven
“All of us deserve to savor what life has to offer to the fullest extent possible. Many of us experience that journey as compromised by obstacles that threaten to rob us of our joy. These blockages may come from events in the present such as loss of a loved one or a deteriorating relationship; or they may result from earlier events that have left wounds/scars unhealed. I have been engaged in clinical work for 35 years, helping people navigate difficulties, heal trauma, restore their lives to wholeness. I invite you to let me walk that journey with you.... -- Barbara
(203) 433-0538
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
Sarah E Fitzpatrick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Haven
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have have been providing psychotherapy to diverse populations in a variety of settings for over 15 years. Since 1998, I have held a range of clinical, supervisory and teaching positions in Yale's Department of Psychiatry and Child Study Center. My professional work is informed by psychodynamic, family systems and attachment theories. While these theories anchor my work, my ability to be open-minded, direct, insightful, collaborative and compassionate are at the core of what's helpful to my clients.
(203) 916-5743
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
“We at Jessica R Fay, LCSW, LLC are committed to joining with each person and/or family that I work with to empower them to reach their full potential. We are excited to continue to expand to meet the needs of the communities that we serve.
(203) 930-1631
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
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