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Therapists in Albany

David M Louis,   in Albany
“I am a Professional Family and Divorce Mediator with offices in Albany, Catskill and Saratoga Springs. I work primarily with couples who have decided to separate or divorce. I can help you avoid the pain, anguish, cost and time of going to court. I facilitate a process that gives you with the opportunity to make your own agreement, including parenting plans, division of property and debts and financial support. Together, I will help you take the next step in a civil, constructive and respectful way, avoiding a costly and time consuming legal struggle. I also help couples who are staying together to communicate more effectively.
(518) 319-1075
Albany, New York 12208
Gretchen Wilber, Psychologist  in Albany
“I am a results-oriented Clinical Psychologist. My practice is built upon providing flexible and yet comprehensive clinical treatment personalized to my client's or group member's needs. I use integrated Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Psychodynamic approaches to explore factors maintaining the emotional difficulties which interfere with personal, work and familial relationships. Previous clients have benefited from my contemporary clinical style, which often makes use of: tele-mental health, therapeutic smartphone applications, self-assessment questionnaires, structured homework assignments and relaxation exercises. These tools, combined with other techniques, empower clients to develop lasting therapeutic changes both during and in-between sessions.
(518) 621-0147
Albany, New York 12205
Donna M Lochner, Counselor  in Albany
“Do you feel confused or frustrated with one or more of your relationships (including the one with yourself)? Does it seem like things used to be better and you can't figure out how they went sour? Do you sometimes feel like you'll pull your hair out trying to get the other to hear you? Whether the struggle is with your relationship with yourself, a partner or spouse, a family member, or a friend, relationship snags hurt and can be difficult and messy to sort through. Maybe you wonder if things will ever be right in this relationship. You may question whether you're still valued.
(518) 456-7030
Albany, New York 12205
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, SAP
“Are you feeling stuck in your life? Unhappy with your relationships or not coping well with the difficulties of life? Or are you at a critical point in your life, dealing with a major illness, a life changing event or ongoing problems with addictions, depression, relationships, domestic violence, anxiety, or self-image? I will join with you in uncovering your strengths, guiding you to understand how your thoughts and feelings impact your behavior, and sort through the "stuff" of life that is weighing you down. This will help you discover your individual path to wellness.
(518) 289-4358
Albany, New York 12208
Ellen Handler-Singleton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“As an experienced clinician I realize what it takes to reach out and decide it is time to seek assistance for a personal or family matter. Entering into counseling provides you an opportunity to overcome negative patterns of behavior and thinking, to foster a positive self-image, and to build fulfilling relationships with co-workers, partners, friends and family. To achieve your goals I utilize an individual approach that builds upon the strengths you already have and assists you to learn new ones. This is a collaborative process which is based on an understanding of your history and patterns, your strengths and personal goals.
(518) 620-1944
Albany, New York 12205
Josette Langlois, Counselor  in Albany
“Feeling lost and not sure which direction to go in? Feeling anxious, depressed, stressed and not sure how to handle it or what to do? Are you having difficulty in a relationship and need some guidance? I can help..
(518) 543-4117
Albany, New York 12208
Susan C Maille, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“I am a nonjudgemental, compassionate listener and active participant in the therapy process. I look forward to supporting you as you identify your goals and start on your journey to a happier, healthier and more successful life. I have more than 20 years experience providing individual and group therapy to adults in an Outpatient Clinic of a local medical center. I have also provided adoption assessments for the Courts and for Social Service agencies and families for ten years.
(518) 499-3017
Albany, New York 12205
Marie Dolfi, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“As a social worker with extensive training on adoption issues, Marie understands that adoption can impact individuals in a variety of different ways over a lifetime and at times counseling can be helpful. The private practice of Marie Dolfi specializes in providing counseling services to adoptees, adoptive families, birth parents, prospective adoptive parents, and expectant parents considering making an adoption plan for their child. To learn more about Marie's services and professional background visit
(518) 636-1862
Albany, New York 12203
Jennifer L Cole,   in Albany
“Change is inevitable in our lives, yet it can be scary, and the reality is that no one knows how things will be different until change takes place. This is where having a therapist is helpful: someone to help you set realistic goals for yourself and find ways of achieving them. Someone to listen with intent and help you understand what is going on in your world. Someone that can help you to learn to achieve balance, manage stress, cope with mental health symptoms, and help you to improve the overall quality of your life.
(518) 703-6078
Albany, New York 12205
Mary Ellen Bloniarz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“Are you struggling with worries, anxiety, depression, parenting, relationship problems or life transitions? Do you want to function better and have more joy in your life? Counseling can help you with all of those things. Together we can create a conversation that will help you identify what you'd like to change and where you like to go in your life.
(518) 294-4612
Albany, New York 12203
“I work with a wide range of behavioral approaches that provide and improve the quality of life people are looking for in their lives. In a quiet comfortable and supportive office, I offer an advanced personalized approach tailored to each individuals needs to help attain the individual growth people are striving for.
(518) 659-1847
Albany, New York 12205
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Having been a psychotherapist for over thirty years, I have extensive experience in many aspects of both mental health and addiction problems. For the past seven years I have been utilizing Energy Psychology techniques for resolution of many kinds of problems including anxiety,phobia, trauma, guilt, shame, anger and grief. These techniques are also very helpful in the treatment of addictions, depression and OCD. Energy Psychology techniques are a significant addition to the traditional talk therapies we are familiar with and include Thought Field Therapy, EFT, Touch and Breathe and TAT.
(518) 379-0137
Albany, New York 12203
Phyllis Adler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Life can be hard and at any time and we can feel depleted and looking for answers. I believe that a lack of inner peace is a main source of all kinds of problems. Through a positive therapeutic relationship, we can uncover the areas the prevent you from peace. I appreciate the whole person and understand that life experiences, past and present, can impact thoughts and actions. It is easy to lose heart...but you can find your way back. It is never too late. You are welcome to visit my website for more information about my services.
(518) 353-6553
Albany, New York 12206
Maureen B. O'Brien, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, ACSW
“Serving the Capital Region since 1986. Masters in Social Work from the School of Social Welfare, University at Albany. Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies, the College of St. Rose, Albany.
(518) 882-8946
Albany, New York 12209
Cynthia Spellman, Psychiatrist  in Albany
“At some point in everyone's life, stressful situations happen. If you find yourself in such a situation, you are not alone. Sometimes it helps to talk with a compassionate, competent and objective professional. Yet you don't want to entrust your confidences to someone who fails to respect their sacredness. Tempting as it is to use your insurance, you may know that psychiatrists who accept your insurance label you with a mental illness in order to ensure payment. You should not have to sacrifice your privacy and your future security just because you are going through a stressful situation.
(518) 951-8582
Albany, New York 12205
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a solution focused psychotherapist who works with individuals,couples, families, children, adolescents, and senior citizens. I am also a trainer and faciliataor for Restorative Practices.I especially like to work with multi-generational families. I also have direct school experience for children and adolescents.
(518) 565-0831
Albany, New York 12203
Kim Ploussard, Counselor  in Albany
“I specialize in marital and relationship counseling. If you are tired of having the same fight, feel disconnected to your partner, or would like to find ways to enhance your relationship, you will benefit from my approach. I help couples make repair by supporting each person to be more authentic in their relationships. I have a unique style that is supportive in a way that is also direct and challenging. Couples learn how to move through difficult issues and expand their comfort zones. Through this process, couples achieve greater closeness with each other while maintaining their own identity.
(518) 290-0918 x94
Albany, New York 12203
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“As a seasoned therapist with over 30 years experience, I have come to understand that healing involves not only the psyche, but the spirit and body as well. I see my clients as unique multifaceted individuals who partner with me in the process of their healing and recovery. My theoretical approaches vary and include but are not limited to cognitive-behavioral, life-stage, gestalt, ego-state,psychodynamic and eye-movement-desensitization- reprocessing therapy(emdr). At present I do not take insurance.Individual sessions average $30-$50, Couples and families average $60-$90. Groups range $20-$40.
(518) 223-8500
Albany, New York 12205
Ronald G Nathan, Psychologist  in Albany
“You can improve your situation. Confidential counseling can help you take charge of your life, control your emotions, and understand yourself and your relationships. I do my best counseling with men, so after working at Albany Medical College for ten years, I opened the area's first practice entirely limited to the special needs of men.
(518) 768-7864
Albany, New York 12203
“Life in general is hard. When you add financial and employment problems or a history of childhood trauma...or domestic violence.... or unhealthy substance use, it can become difficult to function. Depression and anxiety may appear. My thoughts about how people change is 3 fold - it is important to identify all the things that are challenging you, gain some insight AND develop a path forward that involves changing your behavior to be better able to achieve the things in life that you want.
(518) 963-0931
Albany, New York 12208

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