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Therapists in Attleboro

Katherine (Kat) Kasheta, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Attleboro
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Congratulations on taking the first step to make positive changes in your life. I understand that choosing to start therapy is a decision that sometimes people can struggle with. It is important to find a therapist who you can open up to and trust. I enjoy working with children, adolescents and young adults who are looking to make positive changes in their life. I have over 10 years of experience and I am here to listen and use a strength based , integrative approach to help you reach the goals that you have identified.
(857) 776-7323
Attleboro, Massachusetts 02703
Lauren Palmaccio, LMHC, Counselor  in Attleboro
“My approach is to identify the clients' therapeutic needs with compassion. My goal is to help clients to identify their presenting problem, understand their thoughts and actions, and guide them towards awareness and concrete resolution. I am passionate about helping people with their relationship challenges. I offer couple, individual, family therapy and workshops. I provide counseling for adults, adolescents, and children. Prior to practicing in the Private Sector, I served as the Clinical Director of a treatment facility in Massachusetts.
(617) 209-9022
Attleboro, Massachusetts 02703
“I enjoy working with people of all ages in individual, couples and family therapy. My clients describe me as being a down-to-earth psychologist, with a signature laugh, who is willing to talk as well as listen. With over 20 years of clinical and supervisory experience, I have developed a flexible treatment approach that incorporates elements of psychodynamic "talk therapy" and practical cognitive/behavioral strategies. I believe that all people have the power to change and view myself as a facilitator of the process.
(508) 603-9524
Attleboro, Massachusetts 02703
Steven D Berube, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Attleboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“My focus is on meeting others where they are at and participating in a collaborative process of change. My underlying approach can be described as being supportive, and relationship based to enhance the outcome, while also integrating evidenced based strategies. I enjoy working with people who are hesitant to come into therapy and may even be uncertain about the process.
(508) 315-6834
Attleboro, Massachusetts 02703
David S La Pensee, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Attleboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, ACSW, MSW
“As a seasoned professional with 30 plus years of experience, the chances are good that I can relate to your problem and I have proven measures to help you resolve them. I bring a level of caring, commitment and an ability to induce comfort that has stood the test of time, many of my clients and there have been over 10,000, say that the greatest helping aspect, has been the caring and personal commitment I bring to the helping process. Together, we can make a real difference in your life. One call could be life changing.
(978) 407-3291
Attleboro, Massachusetts 02703
Sage Goodwin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Attleboro
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Children, Families, Adults and Couples: I specialize in children and their families; working to increase the health of the family system. I will work individually with a child and also ask the caretaker to take an active role in the child's healing process. Today many children have a variety of issues that arise in their developmental path; internal and external. Therapy can help get them back on their appropriate developmental trajectory. I use play therapy, filial therapy, and many other tools to assist the child and their family. My office includes a playroom.
(401) 352-4682
Attleboro, Massachusetts 02703
Diana Holmes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Attleboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Therapy can provide an opportunity for reflection, growth, acceptance and forgiveness. I welcome the chance to meet with you and discuss your challenges and assist you with fulfilling your potential. I use a strength-based approach with a focus on setting and obtaining goals. My style is eclectic and is based on the needs of the client.
(619) 821-2516
Attleboro, Massachusetts 02703
Todd J Schmenk  in Attleboro
“Health Educator, Behavior Therapist, and now completing my Clinical Mental Health Counselor training allows me to draw from a wide variety of disciplines in addressing patient needs. Special focus in assisting individuals and families in addressing mental health and behavioral health issues, specifically anxiety, OCD, depression, disruptive/maladaptive child disorders, and weight loss/body image issues. Approaches include and eclectic blend of applied behavioral analysis, client-centered, cognitive behavior, gestalt and solution focused brief therapy supported by strong training in neuroscience, mindfulness, nutrition, and active lifestyle modification plans.
(401) 239-0493
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Attleboro, Massachusetts 02703
Andrea J Scarbrough, Counselor  in Attleboro
“Has life got you feeling stuck? Life can become overwhelming at times and the decision to come to counseling is not easy. It takes strength and courage to reach out and to work towards living a more fulfilling life. Together, we can recognize and develop your inner strength to face those difficult times as well as accomplish your goals and desired growth in life. We can also work towards self-awareness which will help you with change and acceptance.
(508) 369-9484
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Attleboro, Massachusetts 02703
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I work with adults seeking improved quality of life. I have 19 years experience,assisting those adjusting to a life stressor, those with depression, anxiety, relationship difficulty, trauma,and addiction among other issues. It requires courage to take steps to improve one's situation. My approach is geared toward an individuals personal motivation, whether he or she is just beginning to contemplate change, is open to learning new coping strategies,or understand and shift patterns of behavior that are no longer effective, and are preventing them from enjoying life.
(508) 928-9068
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Attleboro, Massachusetts 02703
Carol A. Adams, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Attleboro
“Clients describe me in a number of ways: warm,outgoing and a little spacey; smart, enthusiastic and kind of funny; spiritual, calm and a bit on the old side. Whichever of these adjectives might apply in any given moment, clients always have my full attention and caring. I love the process of helping people sort out what the issues are, what can help, and how to change.
(401) 351-3300
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Attleboro, Massachusetts 02703
Marquita S. Myrick, Counselor  in Attleboro
“(NOW ACCEPTING BCBS) Are you looking for a down to earth therapist who will meet you where you're at? I'm a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and practice from a Strengths-Based and Integrative model and believe in my clients ability to access a life full of happiness and fulfillment. I welcome clients from a variety of life experiences and ethnic backgrounds. If you have a desire to explore, discover and change, contact me today!
(508) 939-6243
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Attleboro, Massachusetts 02703
Carol J Jensen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Attleboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD
“Psychotherapy focuses on restoring perspective and building confidence in addressing life's challenges. My approach is interactive, collaborative, and based on an appreciation of each person's creative potential. Through asking questions, sharing knowledge and observations, and getting feedback, we work towards self-discovery and understanding. Together we focus on clarifying goals and identifying effective ways to meet them. Psychotherapy involves recognizing patterns, expectations, or beliefs that may have been helpful in the past, but are no longer. Addressing these patterns removes barriers to change. Strengths are identified and fostered, becoming the foundation for new ways of approaching things.
(401) 680-6121
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Attleboro, Massachusetts 02703
Corey J Flanders, Counselor  in Attleboro
“I provide a confidential, non-judgmental environment in which to explore life's most difficult challenges: expected or unexpected major life changes, fear of death, unresolved grief, feeling alone or disconnected from others or from oneself, feeling lost in chaotic relationships, feeling a loss of direction or purpose in life, or anything that has increased your stress level and eroded your sense of possibility. Together we can explore the problem and make a plan to move forward while addressing the barriers to a joyful, meaningful life.
(508) 794-3622
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Attleboro, Massachusetts 02703
Stephanie Sakalian, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Attleboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“The focus of my practice is with adults and teenagers and includes issues of trauma, anxiety, depression, and eating disorders. I have had many years of experience with traumatized clients (sexual and physical abuse). My ideal client is one who is ready to work in therapy--to discover and get to the bottom of it all. My goal is to create a safe and accepting environment where one can open up and begin to deal with inner conflicts and pain.
(774) 901-5430
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Attleboro, Massachusetts 02703
Michelle P Burke, Counselor  in Attleboro
“If you are dealing with stress in your life and need someone to talk to please feel free to give me a call. I would be happy to help. Office hours are by appointment Monday through Thursday.
(508) 644-1836
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Attleboro, Massachusetts 02703
Carrie Ruggieri, Counselor  in Attleboro
“Throughout the past 25+ years , my adult and child clients have been inspired me to believe that nature has equipped us with the potential for resilience and transformational thriving even the most tragic circumstances. My healing work with clients validates the two essential applications of relational neuroscience that ground my work: 1) emotional healing is as inherent in our biology as is physical healing, and 2) the healing actions of the mind/brain can only occur in the context of the safe, attuned, and trusting therapeutic relationship.
(401) 454-4040
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Attleboro, Massachusetts 02703
Elizabeth Heiss, Psychologist  in Attleboro
“Life can feel overwhelming at times. For over 25 years, I have collaborated with clients from all walks of life as they work to overcome their struggles with mood (anxiety, panic and depression), relationships with others and with themselves, grief and loss, destructive habits and maladaptive patterns, health challenges, eating concerns and phase of life issues and decisions. Although initiating therapy can be daunting, many find the process to be life-changing and rewarding. I welcome your call.
(401) 234-0213
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Attleboro, Massachusetts 02703
Jonathan P Chisholm,   in Attleboro
“I work with clients who wish to rediscover a felt sense of self and freedom. The self that has been lost in addictions (of any type), dysfunctional relational patterns, the ongoing effects of old trauma and beliefs that limit who we are and how we function in the world. My ideal client wants to deeply see and understand early patterns that set the tone of their current life and who is now willing to break free and experiment with new ways of being in the world.
(401) 244-7102
Office is near:
Attleboro, Massachusetts 02703
“I am a licensed psychologist who has had extensive experience working with adults, adolescents and children in individual, couple and family therapy modalities. If you are dealing with stress, anxiety, depression, relationship or loss issues, or feel stuck in moving past negative thought patterns, past events or current fears or concerns, I can help you to get through these feelings or obstacles to get to a more positive life experience. Couples therapy, parenting, child and adolescent issues including ADHD, behavioral concerns, fears, anxiety, school and family issues are also a large part of my practice.
(508) 928-5069
Office is near:
Attleboro, Massachusetts 02703

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