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Therapists in Rochester

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
Tara Nolan, Counselor  in Rochester
“We all have thoughts about who we want to be or things in our lives that we want to be different. Often times though, past events or current factors leave us feeling stuck and struggling to turn our thoughts into action. My primary goal is to provide you an environment of safety, the opportunity to lighten the weight you carry and to support and guide you in your journey to optimal wellbeing.
(585) 366-0268
Rochester, New York 14618
Amanda J Rudd, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rochester
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I provide a unique therapy experience that is tailored to YOUR needs. I am time efficient, solutions focused, spiritually sensitive,& reality based. I use a blend of humor, knowledge, & experience to challenge behavior, build relationship, & inspire change.I "stand in the gap" for you,& provide a hand to make the next step. I truly believe that each person that walks through my door is meant to be there. I use a variety of methods to help you tell your story & imagine a different future. I use a blend of humor & reality to meet YOUR goals.
(585) 563-3622
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? We connect in therapy with that wellspring of joy within each of us and work to explore the challenges (past and present) that impact today's functioning; then take time to experience the feelings, create new thoughts and skills and move into greater awareness and ability. These are the building blocks to nurture intimacy (with self and others), build support where it is needed, enhance acceptance and empowerment, cultivate joy, and be more fully alive and thriving.
(585) 765-4347 x3
Rochester, New York 14617
Despina Mitchell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Rochester
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“As a licensed marriage & family therapist my training and experience encourages me to look beyond the individual, couple or family. We are all part of a bigger system. In identifying the influence of our surroundings, and how they shape us, we become more insightful about the areas we would like to grow in. Often times the dilemma that brings people into treatment is merely a symptom of something more. Something that through discovery and understanding can be reformed to prevent the dilemma from impeding on your ability to feel balanced as an individual, a couple, or a family.
(585) 387-0008
Rochester, New York 14625
Acrossworlds Counseling,   in Rochester
“Navigating this big world isn't easy, especially with so many obstacles that happen along the way. Making decisions is easier when we know ourselves and what matters to us. Where we are today is a reflection of our decisions, yesterday. Our experiences, in addition to biological, psychological and social circumstances all affect what paths we choose. When examining the stories that surround the decisions we've made, we discover things that we didn't see and we begin to make sense of our lives, determine what we want to do, and we help create our next paths.
(888) 579-5513
Rochester, New York 14623
Felicia R Reed-Watt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rochester
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“"When I talk with Felicia, I leave feeling good about myself and others". Change occurs when people feel supported and comfortable enough to become aware, recognize their strengths and learn effective ways to deal with life's challenges. Now that you have made the first step let's work together to learn new life affirming skills, dispel negative beliefs, resolve painful issues and deepen your spiritual connection
(585) 454-9334
Rochester, New York 14607
Siera Weiss, Art Therapist  in Rochester
“"I never made one of my discoveries through the process of rational thinking" (Albert Einstein). The creative process activates areas of the brain that are crucial to the understanding of the self, others, and life in general; areas that tend to not be accessible through rational, analytical thought and discussion. If traditional therapy has felt insufficient, if you find that words are not enough to verbalize the complexity of how you feel, if you think you are not creative or artistic, or if you think you are, art therapy can help you through the obstacles you are currently faced with.
(585) 286-5274
Rochester, New York 14618
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Sometimes our problems and pain are too much for us to manage on our own. I can help people understand their relationships with others and manage the challenges in their lives. My clients find me easy to talk to: I believe I know when to be quiet and when people need my help to talk about their suffering and struggles. Together my clients and I identify the troublesome patterns in their relationships - professional and personal - and figure out how to change those patterns. Sometimes I am there just to be with people as they acknowledge and bear what cannot be changed.
(585) 687-6065
Rochester, New York 14607
Kristen Conjerti, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rochester
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Welcome. You have taken the first step on this journey that will lead you and/or your loved one to a happy and more fulfilling life. Over the last 10 years, I have enjoyed assisting a variety of children, adolescents and adults in working through stressors stemming from school, home, relationships, trauma and numerous other sources. I use an eclectic blend of techniques including, but not limited to, art, CBT and play therapy and tailor my methods to the individual needs of my clients.
(585) 300-4358
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
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
Mitchell J Lurye, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rochester
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSWR
“I provide a safe, supportive therapeutic experience for adults and teens with the goals of feeling better, growing as a person and enhancing communication. If you are seeking therapy due to feeling overwhelmed, depressed, anxious, struggling with your relationships or your work, I can help. I have over 25 years of experience in the field of mental health.
(585) 902-0916
Rochester, New York 14607
Kelly N. Floyd, Psychologist  in Rochester
“As a practicing psychotherapist and devotee to lifelong learning and growth, I am committed to helping individuals, couples and groups achieve happier and more productive lives. In a private, comfortable setting, I offer brief and/or in-depth therapy directed at meeting the needs you express. I appreciate working with people from a wide variety of backgrounds, orientations, and beliefs.
(585) 687-6058
Rochester, New York 14620
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
Suzanne Sefton-Silver, Psychologist  in Rochester
“Hello. If you are on this site, it is likely things are not going well for your child at school, at home or with friends. You're worried, frustrated and possibly angry. When our children suffer, parents want to make it better. Sometimes, it can feel overwhelming. There is hope and there is help. I am a clinical psychologist specializing in work with children 12 years and younger. I have extensive experience addressing the developmental, behavioral and emotional needs of children in diagnostic, school and family settings.
(585) 563-5056
Rochester, New York 14618
Daniel R Borrello,   in Rochester
“Dan is a Rochester radio personality, who has produced several talk shows in Rochester as well as hosting his own; most recently, The Break Room on 96.5 WCMF. The 2002 graduate of St. John Fisher College has learned from his 13 years in the public eye that every person has a story. But anyone can change the course of their lives with just a little help from a friend. With smart work-not HARD work-along with a little faith and a calming outlook can help anyone achieve the goals they're striving for in their lives.
(585) 471-6426
Rochester, New York 14618
Donna J Grant, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rochester
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I offer an interactive, practical, comprehensive, respectful and resourceful style of therapy that helps people shift their focus from wondering, "What's wrong with me?" to asking a very different question: "What's right about me?" My sessions, for both individuals and couples, are designed to identify effective and practical problem-solving strategies, as well as to uncover inner strengths and healing resources to address your concerns. I am open-minded, value cultural diversity, and am LGBTQIA+ friendly.
(585) 563-9570
Rochester, New York 14620
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
Frank C Johnston, Psychologist  in Rochester
“My therapeutic style is based on the belief that good rapport is essential to accomplish our therapeutic goals. While I think in terms of family of origin issues, I intervene through many diverse approaches depending on the needs of the person.These approaches include thoughts, bodily sensations, feelings, and the experiences of childhood. I follow the lead of whom I am working with and tailor my psychotherapeutic work to fit where they are at in their psychological development. A primary focus is to help one become at ease with oneself.
(585) 598-9868
Rochester, New York 14618
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