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Therapists in New Haven

Katy MacRae, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Haven
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you want to be in therapy but find you don't have the time? I provide online coaching and in-person psychotherapy. Although they are different modalities, both can help you move forward in your life and learn skills to cope with difficult situations. Using creativity as a way to gain insight is a passion of mine. With me, you will learn how to use art, humor, and self care to improve your wellbeing and relationships.
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Lisa M Fucito, Psychologist  in New Haven
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist at the Yale University School of Medicine. I can help you change your substance use, quit smoking, sleep better, manage stress, alleviate your anxiety and depression, and improve your relationships. I provide cognitive-behavioral therapy and motivational interventions. My approach to treatment is very collaborative. I help you recognize problematic patterns, learn new coping strategies, and achieve your goals.
(203) 651-7072
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LADC
“In my practice I provide cognitive behavioral and mindfulness based therapy to those seeking recovery from addictions, trauma, general mental health and grief and loss issues. I use a trauma focused approach to support behavior change, improved coping and stress management. My goal is to provide clinical supportive services to help individuals and families improve their quality of life through the counseling process.
(203) 285-3085
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
Tammy Nelson, Counselor  in New Haven
“I have worked with individuals and couples for many years, my focus is on relationship issues. I am an Imago therapist and specialize in couples issues, I am a Board Certified Sex Sexologist, a Certified Sex Therapist, a Certified Imago Relationship Therapist and an Infidelity specialist. I help couples and individuals find or restore passion to their lives. I work with affairs and infidelity, sex addiction as well as other issues around monogamy negotiation. I have written several books including The New Monogamy, Getting the Sex You Want and What's Eating You?
(203) 318-4860 x1
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Guldeniz Yucelen, Psychologist  in New Haven
“Greetings! 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
Christine Lidz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Haven
Verified by Psychology Today
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
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
Nedra Rauschenberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New Haven
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) and former Yale faculty member. I am experienced in working with children, adolescents and their families, as well as working with adults. I believe that my clients are the experts on their own lives and that my role, as a therapist, is to facilitate and empower personal growth. In therapy sessions I combine active listening and empathy with teaching clients new skills they can use to regulate their emotions and change their behavior. I also help clients to develop greater self-awareness and insight so they can better understand themselves.
(203) 318-4672
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Matthew Steinfeld, Psychologist  in New Haven
“I work with people to understand how they can have more fulfilling, healthy, and happy lives, while honoring their needs and the wisdom underlying their choices. Along with joys and opportunity, life inevitably brings with it challenges, confusion, and hardships. Psychotherapy, as both a treatment and life-practice, can be invaluable in relating to these moments as opportunities for growth and positive change. I view treatment as a collaboration, based on a safe and trusting therapeutic relationship, tailored uniquely to each individual, to bringing about healing and new possibilities.
(203) 916-0934
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 14 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 Shepherds.
(203) 819-8042
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
The Yale Center for Anxiety and Mood Disorders, Psychologist  in New Haven
“The Yale Center for Anxiety and Mood Disorders is affiliated with the Department of Psychology at Yale University. We have served the greater New Haven community for over 20 years and specialize in working with individuals who are coping with difficulties relating to anxiety (e.g., panic disorder, generalized anxiety, trauma, social anxiety, OCD, and other forms of anxiety) and mood (e.g., depression).
(203) 612-5688
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Norka T Malberg, Counselor  in New Haven
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PsyD, LPC, EdM, MSc, MS
“Dr. Malberg has 20 years of experience working as a psychotherapist. She is a graduate of the prestigious Anna Freud Centre in London and holds a doctorate from University College London in the UK. She brings into her practice her experiences as a clinician, researcher and trainer of other professionals as well as her dedication to the well being of her patients. She strives to run a practice based on openess, flexibility and commitment to her clients and their emotional needs.
(239) 829-5905
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
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
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
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
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
Les R Greene, Psychologist  in New Haven
“As a Yale-educated and Yale-affiliated psychologist, I have been practicing psychotherapy for forty years. My therapeutic aim is to help individuals and couples better understand the conflicts and tensions from which they suffer and discover new understandings and new means of coping. In addition to my private practice, I supervise Yale psychiatry residents and psychology trainees, as well as consult to several community mental health agencies. I also serve as Editor of a prominent journal on mental health and psychotherapy and consult to several other professional journals and am President-Elect of the American Group Psychotherapy Association.
(203) 212-8364
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Xoli Redmond, Psychologist  in New Haven
“What is stress? Why do I suffer? How do I find peace? Who am I really? As a therapist, my intention is to assist in the contemplation of your deepest questions, and to continuously orient towards the truth that you discover within - your inherent wisdom. I aim to help you become free of stress, to realize your truest aspirations, to become intimate with this experience called life, and to encounter who you really are. I continuously feel gratitude for the opportunity to spend time with people as they contemplate the very fabric of their existence and discover what lies within.
(203) 916-1421
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
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