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Therapists in Lodi

Barbara M Pitocco, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lodi
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“My style is personal and interactive with a strength-based approach rooted in respect for each individual I see. Each person brings an unique set of strengths and challenges to our sessions. I listen to the unique needs and concerns and provide feedback based on exploration of those issues which interfere with a person's ability to live life to the fullest-whether it be the self-image of a child,concern of a parent, self-esteem of an adolescent, confusion of a young adult, life challenges of an adult, grief and loss of an older adult.
(973) 536-2940
Lodi, New Jersey 07644
Heidi Flax, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Lodi
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LPC
“I have been working with families for over 20 years. During this time I have worked with children, adolescents, adults and couples. Many people begin therapy to work towards moving aside obstacles or issues that prevent movement forward, whatever that looks like to them...it is all individual. Although my expertise has always been in working with adolescents dealing with social, emotional, family or school issues, I feel equally capable when working with a family, a couple or an individual towards their goal.
(201) 283-8153
Office is near:
Lodi, New Jersey 07644
Peter Martindale, Psychiatrist  in Lodi
“I like to have conversations with my patients (My listening attentively to you doesn't help much if you have no idea what I'm thinking.) My style is direct and serious but not sober. I expect candor from you, just as you may expect it from me. I also prescribe medication but it's not the first thing that I think about, and I don't see it as a replacement for talking. I work toward results; therapy should not be a way of life.
(201) 620-2077
Office is near:
Lodi, New Jersey 07644
Rebecca Dombrowsky, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lodi
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a warm empathic therapist with 12 years of experience treating the emotional needs of adults and children. I offer a combination of effective evidenced- based therapy to help children, adolescents and adults cope with life changes, stress and illness in a relaxed, supportive setting.
(201) 345-7504
Office is near:
Lodi, New Jersey 07644
Harold Goldstein, Psychologist  in Lodi
“I am a straightforward person who values humor and compassion in relationships. I will not dispense advice but will challenge you to think about yourself in new ways, encourage you to look at yourself honestly and talk about painful issues that you keep at a distance. My role is to help you figure out what needs to change in your life and then help you make those changes.The goal is for you to develop trust in your own wisdom and judgment so that you learn to look inside yourself for the answers you seek.
(201) 254-0603
Office is near:
Lodi, New Jersey 07644
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