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Therapists in Lakeville

Felicia McParland, Counselor  in Lakeville
“I work with deaf and hearing children, adolescents, and adults. My specialty is working with individuals who suffer from anxiety, panic, and agoraphobia (which simply means you avoid doing things/going places because you fear having one of those awful panic attacks) which in some cases can be severe enough that you do not leave home. This type of anxiety can seem as if there is no hope for recovery but there is and I can help you get there. I am also trained and working towards certification in EMDR and work with victims of abuse and other traumas including military trauma.
(617) 505-4149
Lakeville, Massachusetts 02347
Robin Badiali, Counselor  in Lakeville
“Feeling overwhelmed? Things don't make sense and you've lost perspective? Sometimes it is a big reason - such as divorce, medical issues, chronic pain, weight management, financial stress or job loss. Or sometimes we just realize that we are not where we want to be in our life and not sure how we got there or how to get back. This can result in anxiety, depressed mood and sadness. It's time to start putting the pieces together - changing bad behaviors and replacing them with healthy ones, being accountable and responsible for our own lives.
(508) 514-1920
Lakeville, Massachusetts 02347
Ginny Kelly, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lakeville
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I have been providing counseling services for children and adults for over 15 years. In this process I have created a wellness center where other therapies are offered to help with mood management. I see mostly women for depression and anxiety, couples with relationship issues, and children with adjustment issues. I specialize in trauma recovery, especially sexual abuse. I have developed tools that have been very useful in trauma recovery and facilitate a survivor group which is always a positive experience for those who participate. Sessions are available at my office or via SKPE on the internet.
(508) 876-2451
Lakeville, Massachusetts 02347
Angela L Briggs, Counselor  in Lakeville
“***PLEASE NOTE: I AM NOT ACCEPTING COUPLES THERAPY OR FAMILY THERAPY CASES AT THIS TIME. Counseling is a unique process where you feel accepted and safe enough be yourself, create goals, and work together with your therapist to achieve them. As your therapist I provide a relaxed environment for you to share whatever you chose to share. I will listen, empathize, and provide direction so that you can reduce symptoms, reduce stress, and grow as an individual. I am creative and comforting and will be objective and non-judgmental so that we can work on whatever brings you to therapy.
(508) 342-8442
Lakeville, Massachusetts 02347
Leigh Ann Coderre, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lakeville
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, OTRL
“My primary focus, as your therapist, is to make you feel comfortable, validated and listened to. This will allow a therapeutic relationship to develop so that you can be honest in sharing your thoughts and feelings. I have over 8 years of experience working with many complex mental health issues, and I have comprehensive training in cognitive behavioral, psychodynamic, emotive, relational, dialectical behavioral and couples specific interventions. I particularly like working with individuals who experience emotional dysregulation, anxiety and relational issues. My style is open, gentle and supportive.
(774) 470-1459
Lakeville, Massachusetts 02347
Amanda Nicely, Counselor  in Lakeville
“My therapeutic passion is working with families & couples to address relational problems that typically present after a major life stressor. My work also focuses on treating young children with a history of trauma/adjustment problems for the purpose of decreasing behavioral outbursts. I have received advanced clinical training in early childhood mental health as well as trauma-focused Child-Parent Psychotherapy for youth under the age of 6. I believe that the fundamental basis of therapy relies on honesty, open communication, & emotional expression. My approach is to provide support & practical feedback to help client's effectively address personal life challenges.
(508) 306-4339
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Lakeville, Massachusetts 02347
Heather Grosso, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lakeville
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I really enjoy learning what each client's strengths and goals are when they start therapy. I understand that starting therapy can feel scary and overwhelming, but my outlook is that therapy can be used as a great space to gain support around difficult issues, learn to recognize maladaptive patterns in thinking and behaviors, and/or make behavioral changes that can improve functioning and self esteem. Come in with an open mind and a readiness to explore your motivation to change, and you will be surprised at what you can accomplish.
(508) 216-0345
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Lakeville, Massachusetts 02347
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