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Therapists in New Haven

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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
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
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
Enroue Halfkenny, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Haven
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“At Healing and Liberation Counseling I will help you address the emotional, spiritual, and physical health issues that are preventing you from being in the world the way that you want to be. Issues related to PTSD/trauma, anxiety, self doubt, sexism, life changes, racism, chronic stress, spiritual crises, career changes, relationship difficulties, depression, parenting, and death/grief/loss can all impact us in ways that throw us off from being our whole selves. By creating effective interventions, I will address these issues as they relate to you, your spouse/partner, family and to the people and communities around you.
(203) 204-1395
New Haven, Connecticut 06515
Andrew FB Campbell, Counselor  in New Haven
“I know that choosing a therapist is a stressful and challenging task. Because client-therapist fit is so important, I encourage any potential clients to contact me to set up a free consultation. This initial consultation is a chance for us to meet, for you to tell me about your concerns, for me to tell you more about my practice and how I might be able to help you, and to answer any questions you might have. I work to provide a safe, non-judgmental space for clients to change unhelpful patterns and move towards greater health and happiness.
(860) 631-4095
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Jennifer Jordan Sawyer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Haven
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My clients ranging in age from child to adult are referred for mental health problems such as anxiety, depression, poor self esteem, bullying, racial, family conflicts and histories of sexual, emotional and physical abuse and other forms of trauma. They are encouraged to work on relationship, educational and professional struggles. They are referred due to behavioral and academic problems in school. They are encouraged to explore their sexual identities. They are referred for counseling due to loss of a loved one through natural death or violence. I recommend that anyone interested, please contact me for a free telephone consultation.
(203) 819-7217
New Haven, Connecticut 06510
Howard Kahn, Psychologist  in New Haven
“I have been providing Psychotherapy assistance for individuals, families, and groups for over 40 years throughout the state of Connecticut. I have trained mental health professionals in the United States and Europe. I teach a course every year in Family Therapy and Cultural Diversity at the Child Study Center of Yale University Medical School, where I supervise and train Psychiatry,Psychology and Social Workers in psychotherapy with individuals, couples and families.
(203) 493-0279
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Ernst Prelinger, Ph.D, Psychologist  in New Haven
“I believe that, as human beings, we continually work within ourselves, trying to realize our hopes, desires and ambitions, Sometimes this is harder than what we can accomplish; we feel conflicted, helpless, and stuck. At such times turning to thoughtful and experienced assistance may be of help. As a psychodynamic psychotherapist I view myself as a possible assistant to the person's own efforts to do his or her psychological work.
(203) 403-2864
New Haven, Connecticut 06510
Chaundra C Bailey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Haven
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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
Cheryl A Henderson, Psychologist  in New Haven
“I have over 25 years working as a multicultural clinical psychologist with specialties in marriage and family and clinical groups. My clinical orientation utilizes strategies from family systems, cognitive/behavioral therapy and psycho-dynamic theory.
(203) 491-1854
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MA
“I view psychotherapy as a creative and collaborative process that leads to a fuller engagement in love, work and play. I specialize in treating depression, anxiety and self-esteem issues as well as creativity issues and matters relating to relationships, gender and sexuality.
(860) 498-2067
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
“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
Nancy Horn, Psychologist  in New Haven
“Dr. Horn is the Director of Psychological Services Of Southern CT, a private practice, that has been helping adults, families and children for many years. They provide counseling and psychotherapy to a broad range of clientele throughout the New Haven and Milford areas, regardless of the ability to pay. Because they know that life is busy, they offer both day and evening appointments to accommodate everyone. Specialists in Depression / Stress / Anxiety / Relationship Difficulties
(203) 490-0012
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Uta Gosmann, Counselor  in New Haven
“Getting to know yourself. Will make you feel good inside. While you understand difficulty and learn how to use it constructively.---This process is indispensable to a fulfilled and meaningful life.
(203) 303-7926
New Haven, Connecticut 06510
Yale School of Medicine, Psychologist  in New Haven
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist working at the Yale University School of Medicine. I can help you through the process of improving relationships, changing your substance use, reducing stress, alleviating anxiety and depression, improving self-worth, and achieving your goals. My approach to treatment is very collaborative. I will work with you to reach objectives that you set in therapy and help you to achieve success.
(203) 405-5277
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Christine Lidz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Haven
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“There are times in everyone's life when we can feel overwhelmed with life's challenges and difficulties. At those times we can benefit from a confidential and supportive environment to help resolve an emotional challenge or cope with a personal experience. I have had over 30 years of experience in providing short and long term individual therapy, as well as couples therapy, and in that time I have provided emotional healing, personal growth and understanding for people struggling with anxiety, depression, stress, grief and loss, relationships, couples issues, and life changes.
(203) 295-3089
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
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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
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
“In a complex world, it is often difficult to make connections. This can result in feelings of anxiety and depression, a sense of being adrift, or feeling unsatisfied with relationships. I will collaborate with you to set goals, explore the reasons that you might be experiencing challenges and work with you to overcome impasses, building on your strengths. I will help you explore not only the "what" but also the "why" of your life challenges and difficult patterns. I have been engaged in the practice of counseling or psychotherapy for 30 years and consider it to be a vocation.
(203) 204-2891
New Haven, Connecticut 06510
Loretta Staples, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Haven
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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
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