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Therapists in Providence

Lisa M. Goldman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“20 years of experience has lead me to understand the benefits of a trusting therapeutic relationship in resolving personal issues.
(401) 491-4835
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Laurie Lennon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Part of the decision to start therapy is the decision to enter into a trusting relationship. I believe that the relationship between therapist and client is the basis of healing. I work collaboratively with clients to help define and meet treatment goals in a non-judgmental, kind and relaxed environment. When life feels overwhelming and decision making becomes difficult, finding a safe place to explore your feelings can be the first step towards a happy and balanced life. I love my work and feel privileged to be able to share the journeys of my clients.
(401) 415-6002
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMHC
“Holistic psychotherapy for individuals, couples and groups based on respect for the organic capacity of body, mind and spirit to heal. This is a collaborative process that involves both the therapist and you in co-creating solutions.Through the integration of different modalities we focus on establishing wellness and finding practical solutions that help you reach goals in the most effective ways. Areas of expertise include trauma recovery, trust & intimacy, issues of sexuality and gender, grief, and spiritual questions. Understanding that it takes great courage to embark on a journey of self-discovery, I provide support and guidance through every step.
(401) 229-2516
Providence, Rhode Island 02909
Laurence M Hirshberg, Psychologist  in Providence
“I have been working with kids and adults who struggle with social relationships, attention, anxiety, mood, learning, and behavior for more than 25 years. I provide traditional psychological services like assessment, individual psychotherapy, and family therapy. I also offer cutting edge treatment approaches backed by scientific research. Far too many people continue to struggle and suffer with psychological disorders despite multiple attempts to get help. So I closely follow the research on the most promising new approaches to treatment. We can sit down together and discuss your goals, and consider together what treatment approach is the right one for you.
(401) 262-5838 x101
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
“My goal is to help individuals learn how to make better choices, be more effective in personal and professional relationships, and improve overall life satisfaction. Topics such as relationships, separation, divorce, loss, job stress, family issues, parenting and major life changes are among many that receive focused attention to resolve upset and create a new path for growth. I use a collaborative approach in which the client and I work together to explore problems and identify solutions at a pace which makes sense. Ultimately individuals will be empowered to live a more fulfilling life.
(401) 307-1929
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Irwin K Bennett, Psychiatrist  in Providence
“I specialize in a wide variety of biopsychosocial difficulties of adults, children, and families, such as ADHD, mood disorders, Asperger's Disorder, and many others. My approach is an integrative one, incorporating psychopharmacologic, medical, psychodynamic, and cognitive mindfulness strategies.
(401) 281-9974
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Jacqueline Meszaros, Counselor  in Providence
“I provide a safe and supportive environment in which individuals may explore the difficulties and challenges confronting them. With 25 years of experience my practice integrates many psychotherapeutic techniques including Psychodynamic, Gestalt, Family Systems, Jungian, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. In addition, I have extensive experience working with individuals with self-esteem issues, trauma, impulse control disorders, eating disorders as well as developmental disorders. I also specialize in issues related to personal growth, life transitions, spiritual concerns and grief/loss utilizing an integrative model that seeks to bring the individual into relationship with all aspects of his/her self.
(401) 352-5101
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Craig Caldwell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Leading fulfilling lives and having healthy relationships is possible for all of us. I help adults who are suffering with anxiety, depression, sadness and loss to re-build their lives on the way to enjoyable and successful living. I believe that careful exploration and resolution of these problems can create positive changes toward personal well being, performance and fulfilling relationships. The potential benefits of therapy are increased energy, relief from emotional distress and overcoming fears.
(508) 507-7287
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Lindsay D. Daskalopoulos, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I enjoy working with late adolescents and adults in a collaborative relationship to help facilitate change. Generally, I see individuals struggling with identity concerns, life transitions and adjustment, loss and grief as well as eating disorders, depression and anxiety. I also like working with cross-cultural issues and foreign students.
(401) 308-4105
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Archie Roberts, Counselor  in Providence
“Therapy can make an enormous difference in people's lives. I've seen it again and again. And if you're considering therapy -- alone or with your partner -- you've probably reached a point where you realize that things need to change. Getting that change started is a big step. And finding someone you feel comfortable with makes all the difference. I'll want first and foremost to understand the situation you're in, and to get a sense of how you see things. I'll want to understand what you've been experiencing, and what sorts of changes you'd like to see.
(401) 709-4295
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Eliza Sher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MFA, MSW, LICSW
“A non-judgmental environment where you can explore your real feelings can make a world of difference and help you find solutions that are right for you. If you are feeling depressed, anxious, irritable, or overwhelmed; are unhappy and don't know why; if you keep having the same pattern of problems at work or in your relationships; or if you simply want more out of life, therapy can help you achieve change in unexpected ways. Change can come through understanding how childhood shaped your experience of self and others. We collaborate to help you grow at your own pace.
(401) 680-1022
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
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(401) 237-4149
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Michael J Hodosh, Counselor  in Providence
“Are there love, work, family, or personal circumstances that you would like to discuss? Are you having symptoms that are causing you distress or interfering with your daily life? Are there changes that you wish to make or life transitions you are trying to get through? Are you struggling in your relationship and needing to find new ways to communicate, a new perspective on your partners, or a better way to understand your partner?
(401) 287-4742
Providence, Rhode Island 02908
Michele Laferte, Counselor  in Providence
“Hello. I enjoy helping people find practical ways to cope with emotions and relationships. Usually I find that as we work together on whatever is troubling in the present moment, healing occurs in many areas of life, even those not addressed in session.
(401) 406-2171
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Susan Hurd, Counselor  in Providence
“I am compassionate, supportive, & pro-active. I have 20 years expertise with Mindfulness-based Mind-Body Therapies, which are cutting edge, well researched methods to help reduce stress, anxiety, depression & pain. Together, we will help you find some clarity, peace, & balance, and help you feeling better, while learning coping strategies to better manage life's stressors. I address the interconnection of thoughts, behaviors, emotions, body senses and beliefs. In addition we may address lifestyle, diet, exercise, stress & pain management, and spirituality. I do integrate Positive Psychology, CBT, Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy & Meditation.
(401) 285-1911
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Laura D'Aluisio Coykendall, Counselor  in Providence
“I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor trained as an Expressive Arts Therapist. For the past 20+ years I have worked with children, adolescents, adults and families on such issues as: depression or stress management, childrens behavioral/ developmental concerns and related parental stress, adolescent self-esteem/insecurities or social difficulties,eating disorders,substance use and general adjustment to changes within families. I am fluent in a range of therapeutic approaches and I have the flexibility to tailor my approach to the individuals and families' needs and comfort level.
(401) 935-2645
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Nelly Uhlenkott,   in Providence
“Are you looking for something to change in your life? You might be hoping that therapy will help, and also worrying that change isn't really possible -- especially if you've been trying on your own to make changes without much success. I can say from first-hand experience that therapy is a remarkably powerful & effective way for people to transform their lives. I have seen it happen in my office, time and time again, and have seen those changes last. Many of my clients say that they never could have imagined how big an impact therapy would have.
(401) 237-3397
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Judith Vilmain,   in Providence
“Your willpower alone isn't working. And you keep beating yourself up because you feel like a failure. But it's very difficult to will yourself to get over a fear, or lose weight, or stop worrying so much, or motivate yourself to change any habit. And nearly impossible to will away chronic pain, or intrusive thoughts. Your conscious mind --where your willpower is -- constitutes only about 10% of your mental capacity. Your subconscious mind controls 90%, and has an unlimited supply of resources. Hypnosis and mindfulness meditation give you better access to your subconscious, making change so much easier.
(401) 217-3057
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Michael Robbins, Psychologist  in Providence
“I enjoy working with a varied population of clients and diagnoses or problems. I have extensive experience working with children, adolescent and younger adults, especially those struggling with anxiety and depression. I also work with many couples and families. During therapy I use an integrated and collaborative approach that includes looking at past factors in my clients' experiences, exploring present day systems, such as family, work, or school that impact the person's psychological health, and looking at the internal thoughts and feelings that maintain or contribute to long standing problems.
(401) 536-9308
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Renee Brochester, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“From my many years as a therapist, I appreciate each person as unique with many strengths and abilities that may become blocked in response to life's curveballs. Depression, loss, low self esteem, rejection, self doubt or major life adjustments can be difficult. In therapy, we work together to address your problem/ concerns and set goals towards building skills and connecting to inner resources. We work on lessening obstacles and confusions, in you, or in relationship to others.Your e-mail/call is an action which is an important first step to change.
(401) 244-8449
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
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