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Therapists in Rochester

Katherine E Sargent, Counselor  in Rochester
“Relationships can be one of the biggest blessings and also one of the biggest stresses in your life. It's amazing how quickly life can get in the way of our relationships and cause chaos in our lives. We have obligations, responsibilities and demands that we have to keep up with, while putting in work to create a successful relationship. It can be exhausting at times and things can fall apart quickly. Therapy can be helpful for not just the couple or family, but the individual.
(315) 415-0308
Rochester, New York 14618
Marty Kaufman, Psychologist  in Rochester
“I welcome you to meet in person for a risk free initial consultation. This will provide an opportunity to see how I may help you with the issues you are seeking a therapist for. Call or email me directly to arrange a time.
(585) 286-1836
Rochester, New York 14620
Raeanne Lacatena, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rochester
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“"In what ways can I positively impact my life, right here and right now?" If this question resonates with you, but the answer has been difficult to come to on your own, then working in a therapeutic coaching relationship may be the answer. I work with professionals and young people who are feeling stressed, overwhelmed, and exhausted due to the many roles and responsibilities in their lives. I am a strengths-based, action focused counselor and coach who enjoys working with individuals who are motivated and committed to look at what in their lives they can change here and now.
(585) 487-8896
Rochester, New York 14607
Dolly Malik, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rochester
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, PhD
“Change is so hard. It is not easy to adjust our thinking to the changes life brings us such as going to college, starting a job, relationships, having children, divorce, and illness. Often we need support to adapt our thinking. My focus is to help clients re-establish balance with their world by reframing their emotions and thoughts. I focus on a skills based approach so that I can work collaboratively with clients to develop their ability to manage life changes. Using therapies of mindfulness, acceptance and strengths-based skills, clients develop effective ways to cope with their new world.
Rochester, New York 14618
Hilda M Saltos, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rochester
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I recognize that making the choice to embark on the therapeutic journey is a difficult one and consider it a privilege to share in that journey with you. I firmly believe that an individual's process is unique to that person and that healing is possible when you are ready for change. My hope is that my clients will guide the process, while allowing me to be a collaborator. My style is to be direct and honest, while being supportive. Utilizing an overall holistic and strength-based approach to treatment, I strive to tailor treatment to your individual needs.
(585) 678-6193
Rochester, New York 14623
Holly K. Vollink-Lent, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in Rochester
Verified by Psychology Today
Licensed Psychoanalyst, MDiv, NCPsyA, LP
“When I moved to Rochester from NYC four years ago, I was surprised to discover that I am Rochester's only Jungian psychoanalyst! If you consider yourself to be a high-functioning individual or professional, my services may be the perfect answer to help you gain a deeper understanding of yourself. Psychoanalysis offers the opportunity to create lasting change, as opposed to the attempts of behavioral approaches which have proven to fade within a few years. My focus is not on "mental illness" but on helping you to create "personal wholeness" and bringing new meaning and purpose to your life.
(585) 598-9867
Rochester, New York 14618
Kristina Walker, Counselor  in Rochester
“Taking the first step to reach out for support is the hardest part of your journey. Finding a therapist that is a good fit is an important part of this process. My clients have found benefit in my warm, friendly, and genuine approach as we work together to resolve concerns such as stress management, anxiety, mood or anger problems, relationship problems, or self-improvement. I value the importance of providing a confidential and supportive environment to achieve personal growth with a passion for helping my clients to reach their goals.
(585) 633-7670
Rochester, New York 14618
Lisbeth Berger Ornstein, Psychologist  in Rochester
“If you are struggling with food, your weight, or how you feel about your body, I can help. Instead of continuing to feel out of control, we will work to put you back in charge. While I have been regarded as an authority in the field of eating disorders for over two decades, I also have extensive training and can offer effective treatment approaches for coping with depression, anxiety, and panic; posttraumatic stress; marital and family problems; the challenges of parenting; and infertility and adoption issues. It would be my pleasure to offer you Confidential, Compassionate Solutions for Fuller Living.
(585) 204-2286 x6
Rochester, New York 14618
Sarah Bowman Davila, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rochester
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you looking for guidance toward a fuller expression of who you are? Do you seek to cultivate and live in more joy? In therapy we will work to explore the challenges (past and present) that impact your functioning and take time to experience the feelings compassionately, create new thoughts and skills and move into greater awareness and ability. I will assist you to create healthy coping strategies, build support, nurture intimacy, enhance self acceptance and empowerment, cultivate joy, and be more fully alive and thriving.
(585) 765-4347 x3
Rochester, New York 14617
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, PhD
“I love this work, because people's lives are so interesting! When people run into a snag, I can help. Working with individuals, couples, & families, I look at both the immediate concerns, as well as the 'big picture' of where it fits into their lives. Session one is a consultation opportunity to meet and learn a bit about each other. Do you feel comfortable with me as you tell me what's brought you here? As I listen, I think about how I can help. If it's a good match, we can make a plan for treatment.
(585) 326-1444
Rochester, New York 14610
Mary Clare, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rochester
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW, MSEd
“Over the nearly twenty years in practice, I have developed expertise in the treatment of depression, anxiety, relationship/marital issues, trauma and sexual abuse, aging/older adult issues, and ADD/ADHD. Regardless of which of these challenges you are facing, I will focus on providing you with the understanding and support you need, while challenging you through feedback, questions, and sometimes homework, to grow and change to achieve the goals you seek. I am serious about the work we do together, but I'm described as warm, with a memory for the details you tell me, and a sense of humor.
(585) 598-9709
Rochester, New York 14607
Stephanie V. Dobbin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Rochester
“Sometimes life poses overwhelming challenges. Maybe you're feeling unmotivated, hopeless, or "stuck." Perhaps you're facing a major life transition, like parenting a tween-turned-adolescent or becoming an empty-nester. Or maybe a relationship that's very important to you is on shaky footing. If you've decided you can't manage on your own, I urge you to get in touch. Together we can come up with a plan for helping you feel better and achieving the changes you want to make. If you're just looking for a supportive sounding board, I can be that, too.
(585) 672-7740
Rochester, New York 14618
Khadijah Tillman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rochester
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Most of us encounter periods where we need extra support to help us through. Some of us need help breaking problem behaviors, or help with our relationships. We often take for granted our own strengths and capacities. Using a holistic approach I will be there to guide you through your difficult time; helping you to find and build on your strengths and wisdom. You will leave therapy feeling more confident about your situation, more at peace with yourself, and better able to manage life's tests.
(585) 454-8068
Rochester, New York 14618
Elizabeth Zinn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rochester
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“Sometimes life's challenges become unmanageable and we need someone to help us navigate until we can once again find our way. Whether you are having difficulty in relationships, adjusting to life changes, struggling with depression or anxious feeling, or can't take care of life's daily activities the way you'd like to, therapy can help. I hope to create a comfortable, safe and confidential environment where you feel understood and accepted. I will help you explore your life stressors and create an environment to help you look at your concerns from an unbiased perspective, helping you to find your unique path.
(585) 805-5017
Rochester, New York 14621
Anne Lenox, Counselor  in Rochester
“These are words used to best describe my style, including feedback from clients and colleagues: experienced, direct, honest, friendly, genuine, compassionate. I have been practicing for over 20 years. I use an eclectic approach using cognitive-behavioral, experiential, relational, emotional freedom technique (EFT), supportive, insight-oriented uncovering psychotherapy. I am a certified Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) and am specifically approved by the Department of Transportation (DOT) to conduct DOT evaluations. I am also a certified Reiki Level 2 Master.
(585) 431-1327
Rochester, New York 14615
Lynda W Spiegel, Counselor  in Rochester
“I have a unique background, and being a Licensed Mental Health Counselor is my second career. My first career, 22 years in law enforcement, taught me that no family is immune from the unexpected; and, if it doesn't happen sooner, it happens later. At some point, we are handed something we did not want and/or did not expect, yet have to cope with it. My focus is to help people develop skills to cope with life transitions, whether that is trauma, grief and loss, anxiety, and/or depression. My theoretical orientation is a relationship-oriented, cognitive behavioral approach.
(585) 670-6388
Rochester, New York 14610
“It can be very confusing and difficult trying to find a therapist when you are struggling. Linden Oaks Therapy Offices (LOTO) makes it as easy as possible to do so. Having psychiatrists, psychologists, and social workers co-located, we can quickly and easily connect you with the therapist who can be most helpful to you and your unique situation.
(585) 672-7359
Rochester, New York 14625
Martha C Kohl, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rochester
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“I believe that trauma, stressful life situations,losses and life transitions often develop into extreme emotional distress and pain as well as physical symptoms. I am eclectic in my approaches to both short and long term therapy, emphasizing a holistic perspective to healing that embraces emotional, physical and spiritual growth. In addition to the traditional therapies, I use mind/body techniques, along with Guided Imagery and Creative Visualization to help individuals develop their innate healing abilities. I work with my clients collaboratively and adapt my style and skills according to their needs.
(585) 420-6098
Rochester, New York 14620
Marguerite Martino McCarty, Counselor  in Rochester
“Are you just not feeling like yourself? Is something going on in a relationship, at work, or at school that is consuming your thoughts? Transition, change, and loss are difficult and I know it's sometimes hard to ask for help. I strive to help my clients with the ultimate goal of getting them to a healthier, happier, and more balanced place in their lives. While working together, I am willing to work not only during our sessions, but also outside of our meetings. If pressing questions or thoughts occur to you between meetings I am happy to address these via email or text.
(585) 496-3520
Rochester, New York 14618
Kathryn S. Castle,   in Rochester
“We all struggle at times. Whether you're feeling lost, confused, anxious, depressed, abandoned, angry, jealous, or alone, I can help. I believe the strength you need is within you and that with support and guidance, you can change your life. I provide a warm and comforting presence, as well as the mental and emotional space, resources, and tools you need to take back the power you've lost in your life. When you change what you can, accept what you can't, and appreciate life for its ups and downs, your life will be more fulfilling and productive.
(585) 507-4395
Rochester, New York 14607
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