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Therapists in Providence

Joy A Williams, Counselor  in Providence
“Welcome and thank you for considering me as your therapist! I believe in the power of counseling and psychotherapy in supporting people as they move towards positive change and the fullest expression of their identity and personality. Together, we can begin a journey of self-discovery, clarification and empowerment. Whether you're dealing with relationship issues, difficulties in motivation, anxiety, depression or something else, I will be a safe, intuitive, empathetic and understanding partner in a therapeutic alliance that focuses on you, your needs, your ambitions and your dreams.
(401) 229-6065
Providence, Rhode Island 02909
Jayna Klatzker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, ACSW
“It takes a lot of COURAGE to see a therapist. It often means there is something that is not going well in your life. Walking through the office door initiates the process of change. I honor that with respect, careful listening, and active feedback. I am a seasoned clinician with confidence that together, we can move your concerns to a more manageable place. Struggles come from many sources. I have extended experience helping people through very difficult, scary, and/or unexpected life events. I explore answers in a way that is safe and comfortable.
(401) 753-6908
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Maureen Walsh,   in Providence
“My ideal client is a human being courageous enough to seek the help of a psychotherapist. I see my role as assisting this individual in uncovering strengths and strategies for overcoming the issues with which they present.
(401) 287-2109
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Nanci Adams, Counselor  in Providence
“I am psychotherapist who works with children and adolescents ages 6-18. Emotional and behavior problems such as mood swings, fears, excessive anger, sleep issues, sadness, parent/child conflict and social isolation are all reasons children/teens attend therapy sessions in my office. I identify the cause of distress, set goals for therapy and use custom techniques to get kids back on track and loving their life.
(401) 451-1004
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
“I have been a licensed mental health counselor for nearly 20 years and licensed substance abuse professional for over 15 years. My focus is to support your individual personal growth and development, to help you resolve your problems, and to enable you to achieve your desired goals.
(401) 217-9974
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Renee De Marco, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“20 years experience working with eating disorders and co-occuring problems like general anxiety, depression, body image issues, low self-esteem. Within a psychodynamic process, we will identify your struggles, strengths, and goals for wellness. I also utilize CBT & DBT to help with symptom management.
(401) 592-3109
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Amy Bach, Psychologist  in Providence
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist and I practice cognitive behavioral therapy. I work with individuals and couples on a range of different issues but I specialize in the assessment and treatment of anxiety disorders such as panic disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, social anxiety disorder and generalized anxiety disorder. I also frequently work with couples who are experiencing difficulties in their relationship. I help people to identify, understand and change patterns in their thoughts, behaviors and emotions so that they feel empowered and more able to achieve their goals.
(401) 404-4538
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
“I have been in private practice for over 15 years specializing in treating individuals from age 12 into older adulthood. I have extensive psychodynamic training but ulilize an eclectic intervention approach. I believe in direct and honest feedback which works well for most patients.
(401) 249-0924
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Kimberly L. Jackson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“With an affirming, welcoming approach, I offer fresh insights that can enhance your sexual health and relationships. My treatment philosophy is holistic, taking into account the physical, psychological and interpersonal aspects of your specific challenges. I can help you identify patterns, generate solutions, and minimize shame.
(401) 354-2705
Providence, Rhode Island 02909
Mona Barbera, Psychologist  in Providence
“I see only couples in my practice. My job is to help you find the solution that is right for you. I use the powerful Internal Family Systems Model to help you get obstacles out of the way so solutions can emerge. You can also check out my book, "Bring Yourself to Love: How Couples Can Turn Disconnection into Intimacy."
(617) 446-3274
Providence, Rhode Island 02909
Carla Ferrari, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“While experience, knowledge and judgment are essential to effective therapy, the key ingredient to success is a positive personal connection. As a therapist with 25 years experience in both private practice and in-patient settings, I have a long track record of developing trusting relationships with a wide range of clients and helping them to achieve the type of positive change they seek.
(401) 234-1871
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
John Bean, Counselor  in Providence
“Are you having problems with relationships or communication? Are you feeling depressed, anxious or just plain stuck? Are you struggling with painful experiences from the past that lead you into thinking negatively about yourself and/or cycles of behavior you wish you could break out of? I may be able to help you. Therapy is not magic. It's a human, transparent, nonjudgmental process where we work together to increase your self-understanding and ability to effect positive change in a way that is meaningful to you.
(401) 312-7637
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Carol J Jensen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD
“Psychotherapy focuses on restoring perspective and building confidence in addressing life's challenges. My approach is interactive, collaborative, and based on an appreciation of each person's creative potential. Through asking questions, sharing knowledge and observations, and getting feedback, we work towards self-discovery and understanding. Together we focus on clarifying goals and identifying effective ways to meet them. Psychotherapy involves recognizing patterns, expectations, or beliefs that may have been helpful in the past, but are no longer. Addressing these patterns removes barriers to change. Strengths are identified and fostered, becoming the foundation for new ways of approaching things.
(401) 680-6121
Providence, Rhode Island 02903
Brittany Drozd, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“What are you experiencing right now? We can start there. Therapy should be a process by which you and I work together to meet goals you determine. Just as you are unique, your therapeutic experience should be as well. I will expect honesty and effort from you in our work together, and you can expect guidance and compassion from me. I am truly interested in your progress in finding peace of mind. I love the work that I do because I love being involved with people who are making positive changes in their lives. You can make these changes too.
(401) 404-7954
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Martha Powers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LICSW, CCEP
“I have worked with people with serious medical issues; my appreciation for what the body holds and what can break it down has become clearer. Through my training and practice as a Core Energetics practitioner I see the unconscious ways our bodies have reacted to childhood trauma/stress. In an important way, Core releases these bodily/physical accomodations to sadness, fear and hatred---the feelings that illicit the most shame and recrimination, often directed at ourselves, complicating intimacy, trust, passion----true connection to ourselves/others. My hope is to assist in releasing negative energy so that you can enjoy your life more fully.
(401) 622-4896
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Trauti Benjamin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I have been a licensed therapist in RI and Ma for29years. My Private Practice is on the East Side of Providence near Wayland Square. Finding someone to talk to about your most private life circumstances, whether it be relationship issues,parenting concerns, dealing with illness, job uncertainties, various losses or trauma, requires an environment of safety that is built on trust and confidentiality. My approach to my work,is to build on the strengths and inner resources of the Individual and to assist in the process of uncovering the various options and barriers for healing and problem solving.
(508) 252-4861
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Shareen Holly, Psychologist  in Providence
“I offer comprehensive evaluations for children, adolescents, and young adults struggling with issues relating to attention, behavior, emotional, developmental or social functioning. My role is to help identify unique areas of strength and use these strengths to address any needs at home or in the school setting.
(401) 283-1691
Providence, Rhode Island 02908
Claire Hagerty, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“If you are struggling, you do not have to go it alone. For clients dealing with addiction, depression, anxiety, loss, transition, or stagnation, therapy can help. I draw on various interests and techniques to fine-tune my approach for each client. We can work on resolving difficulties from the past while learning how to create more peace now. I listen empathically, and gently confront and challenge clients when they are ready. Therapy should be a safe environment where you can push yourself to explore new options.
(401) 406-2653
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Elaine Martin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, ACSW
“Engaging in therapy is a hopeful and courageous act. It is an opportunity to face problems and embrace life-giving thoughts, choices, behaviors and feelings. It is not necessary to remain feeling stuck, angry, overwhelmed, depressed and anxious. We possess the ability to create our own well-being by first manifesting acceptance of and compassion for ourselves. Awakening to this realization can result from choosing a therapist who is an attentive listener willing to bring to light ways of being that cause distress in one's life. Explore opportunities for personal growth in a supportive therapeutic relationship.
(401) 404-4529
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Frances B Carpenter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I am a Psychotherapist in Private Practice. My style is interactive and pragmatic, yet also reflective and insight oriented. I help people approach life transitions in hopeful, creative and fulfilling ways - whether in early adulthood, midlife, following divorce or loss, or older age. I specialize in the identity work of young adulthood and work with many undergraduates, graduates and international students. My office is an easy walk from Brown, RISD, Johnson & Wales and downtown Providence.
(401) 859-0801
Providence, Rhode Island 02903
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