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Therapists in Springfield

John Madsen-Bibeau, LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Springfield
“I believe people can get better if they want to. Their lives won't be perfect, but they will be a whole lot better, with therapy. People who engage in therapy with me will hopefully be able to cope with whatever life throws at them by the time we're done. After therapy, most of the people I see thrive in their lives. They begin to find their best self and they pursue it. I guess that's it: It's my job to help people find their best self, and I like my job.
(413) 648-8707
Springfield, Massachusetts 01108
Jacqueline Diaz Maldonado, Counselor  in Springfield
“ALWAYS ASK FOR JACQUELINE DIAZ WHEN CALLING INTAKE DEPARTMENT .We welcome: kids 3 yr and older, adolescents and adults. Individual, Couples and Groups.Treatment is customized. We speak English and Spanish. All races are welcomed. We treat special problems in Women and Men. Sexual problems treated with respect. Trabajamos:ninos desde los 3 yrs, adolescentes y adultos. Todas las razas son bienvenidas. Individuos, parejas, terapia de grupo y su terapia la hacemos de acuerdo a sus necesidades. Profesionales y publico en general son bienvenidos.
(413) 341-1792 x1690
Springfield, Massachusetts 01105
Anne C Pratt, Psychologist  in Springfield
“Are you in emotional pain because of the past? Do you want help that will focus on feeling better soon? Is depression stealing your energy? Are you anxious or depressed because of something that happened to you? I work with people with histories of trauma (PTSD), including motor vehicle accidents, crime, childhood physical or sexual abuse, and combat. I also treat anxiety, depression, and many post-traumatic symptoms with mindfulness-based stress management and cognitive-behavioral techniques. These approaches to treatment can help reduce symptoms quickly, make coping with life easier, and provide a safe place to talk about difficult topics.
(413) 725-4046
Springfield, Massachusetts 01118
“"Today is a new day, for a new beginning". We all have busy lives and sometimes forget about ourselves. We look for solutions but can't find them on our own. I provide active listening and support to adult women and men, with issues and/or diagnosis of anxiety and depression, relationship issues, self-esteem, addiction, care givers burden, and obesity. I assist individuals with processing and given rise to their emotional and mental blockages that interfere with their daily lives. In addition, I provide a safe healing, holistic ( mind, body and spirit) environment as well as bilingual (Spanish and English) services for the community.
(413) 347-4949
Springfield, Massachusetts 01104
Bri McCarroll, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Springfield
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I engage in short-term work that focuses on resolving immediate problems and also long-term treatment to address changes you want to make in yourself, your relationships, your coping, and overall well-being. In my experience, we often have the answers to our own struggles/experiences, but are not able to identify that answer, or doubt our own wisdom. In therapy, I ask you questions, give feedback, offer perceptions, and help you figure out your own solutions. In the end, it is your life and you know yourself the best and what will work for you.
(413) 314-3979
Springfield, Massachusetts 01118
Barbara Anne Dunne, Psychologist  in Springfield
“How do you decide from a personal statement that I might be a therapist with whom you would like to work? This saying captures how I see life and the struggles life presents: "I walk, I fall down, I get up, I fall again.....but meanwhile, I keep dancing." For me as a therapist, that is the goal-how do we achieve that? What does "dancing" mean in your life? I utilize a very collaborative approach with my clients, focusing on cognitive-behavioral theory (CBT); but also mindfulness based work integrating supportive and interpersonal therapies.
(413) 754-4967
Springfield, Massachusetts 01118
Carl E Skeene Jr, Counselor  in Springfield
“My mission is to provide the best in Mental Health care with a focus on clients' Strengths. I view my work with clients as a mutual learning experience; we are teaching each other. I retired from Springfield Public Schools (2009), and the Springfield Police Department(1984). (2009). I really enjoy working with Trauma victims; those who have ADHD, among other diagnoses. Feel free to check my Web:
(413) 357-1084
Springfield, Massachusetts 01119
Sarah Shube, Counselor  in Springfield
“Therapy should be a space that empowers clients to address challenges in a collaborative way. I treat individuals, couples and families. A new client would be open to process, gain insight, and develop skills to be the best person they can be in any life stage. My clients have the option of using art therapy, but I also offer talk therapy as a primary support for the process. The tools my clients and I use include: art therapy, cognitive behavior therapy, and goal-focused treatment.
(413) 650-6128
Springfield, Massachusetts 01104
Marcy Taliceo,   in Springfield
“Hello, I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in CT and a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in MA. Currently, I practice in both states. I have worked in a variety of settings providing mental health and behavior management services including prisons, schools, for-profit and non-profit mental health agencies, as well as private and community-based agencies. I provide individual, family, couple, and group therapy that helps to grow and strengthen future-focused thinking through a variety of techniques. I hold a Master's of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology with a concentration in Forensics. I have specialized training in Applied Behavior Analysis
(860) 591-5209
Springfield, Massachusetts 01105
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LCSW
“Are you or your loved one experiencing a difficult season with feelings of sadness, anger, low self-esteem or family stress? Do you feel like you need some help understanding your child and what he/she is going through? If so, I can help. I am a vibrant individual who enjoys working with children, youth, young adults and families to help bring a sense of peace, understanding and unity when difficult times arise.
(413) 992-6547 x4
Office is near:
Springfield, Massachusetts 01101
Michelle Lifer Murray, Counselor  in Springfield
“Are you feeling exhausted by the effort it takes to keep "pushing down" your worries and sadness? Especially if you have a history of trauma, it can feel like a losing battle keeping all of this at bay, but it doesn't have to. If you are ready for some relief, I can help. Acknowledging pain doesn't erase strength, and tending to it doesn't require "falling apart" in the process. I can help you put your past where it belongs: behind you. I start by strengthening the resiliency and coping strategies you already have, and adding more.
(413) 314-3681
Office is near:
Springfield, Massachusetts 01103
Dana DeCillis, Counselor  in Springfield
“My flexible and individualized approach provides clients with the choice of in-office or in-home therapy. I provide Individual Psychotherapy for Children, Adolescents, Adults, Families, Couples, and Group therapy that is supported by research. I have a master's degree in Psychology, and I am licensed to practice in CT and MA. I am certified in Trauma Treatment, Perinatal Mental Health, and Parent & Family Education. I have extensive knowledge and experience working with those involved in the family and probate courts and the child welfare system.
(413) 537-4284
Office is near:
Springfield, Massachusetts 01109
Alan Kurtz, Psychologist  in Springfield
“Over more than 30 years of clinical practice, I have developed skills in working with the core concerns that people face: depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship problems, life transitions (including adoption) and work issues. Through my life's experiences I have developed a deep understanding and appreciation of the Latino culture, and my fluency in Spanish allows me to work comfortably in that language.
(413) 418-3204
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Springfield, Massachusetts 01101
Elaine Dove, Psy.D, Psychologist  in Springfield
“If you are having a difficult time or would just like to have a better life please give me a call at 413-505-9954 or send me an email at I hav over 22 years experience helping people live happier, healthier lives. I am offering Life-Coaching and Relationship Counseling to help you build confidence, reduce stress and improve all of your relationships, both personal and professional. By increasing self-understanding, learning new skills and ways of communicating you can reach your full potential. I am looking forward to hearing from you.
(413) 505-9954
Office is near:
Springfield, Massachusetts 01101
Frank Wotton III, Behavioral Hlth / Addiction Spec, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Springfield
“"If you are struggling with personal or social distress I would like to be part of your solution. Many of us now have difficulty dealing with life's complexities & need support & outside expertise to find a healthy means of coping & communicating effectively."
(413) 358-4898
Office is near:
Springfield, Massachusetts 01104
Rondey A Allen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Springfield
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, LPN
“I am driven to foster healthy adult manhood by working with what I call "adjustment issues of male-ness" like anger management, sexual integrity issues, marital adjustment and fatherhood. Along with this, I work especially well with emerging young men and boys to point toward character in a nurturing manner. I am certified in anger management and military/veteran behavioral health. I am able work with issues from a Christian perspective but I don't have to. My approach is client paced and informed (not necessarily centered).
(413) 732-7677
Office is near:
Springfield, Massachusetts 01119
Max Chorowski, Psychiatrist  in Springfield
“In addition to the treatment of anxiety and depression, our office treats sexual dysfunction, PMDD, postpartum depression and menopause issues. I have been fellowship trained in behavioral gynecology and human sexuality, and also in consultation liaison psychiatry. I am also a Clinical Instructor of Psychiatry at Tufts University School of Medicine, as well as a Clinical Associate Professor of Gynecology who has written and lectured on PMS, sexual counseling and menopause.
(413) 842-7450
Office is near:
Springfield, Massachusetts 01103
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, BCD
“For the past 30+ years the focus of my clinical work has been on serving the needs of children (ages 3-12), teens and adults in coping with emotional, developmental and/or behavioral challenges. You are welcome to call to see if my background and areas of expertise will be a good fit with your own or your family member's challenges.
(413) 314-3755
Office is near:
Springfield, Massachusetts 01101
CrossPoint Clinical Services, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Springfield
“CrossPoint Clinical Services, Inc. is a non-profit public benefit company. We provide mental health counseling for individuals, couples, and families; educational workshops on a variety of topics; and consultation services for pastors and lay church leaders. CrossPoint was created to empower individuals and families in New England and beyond to overcome life's challenges. Our mission is to promote personal healing through quality psychotherapeutic services and guide others to do the same with our professional consultation services. We believe that trust, respect, confidentiality and compassion are essential to our work with individuals, families, and professional clients.
Office is near:
Springfield, Massachusetts 01101
Jaime Beth Gershman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Springfield
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I practice a body-centered approach to counseling with an intention of supporting people to discover lasting pathways to feeling better. Woven through our talking together will be periods of mindfulness and tuning in as a way to deepen awareness, growth and healing. I will bring my warmth, heart, experience and presence to our unique collaboration focused on creating how you want to feel in your life. When we have the support we need, we feel more freedom to be ourselves emotionally, intellectually, physically and spiritually--we naturally heal, improve our relationships, and make life choices that feel good.
(860) 237-8321
Office is near:
Springfield, Massachusetts 01103

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