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Therapists in Providence

David Joseph Pagliaro, Counselor  in Providence
“Life is challenging. Seeking therapy during times of increased stress can provide people the time, space, and support they need to be happy and productive again. I believe the role of the therapist is varied. At times people are looking for someone to listen to their unique story and bear witness to their painful details, emotions and reactions. Other times, they seek support for change; confirmation about the path chosen; or new ideas that compliment their efforts for self-understanding. At any point in life, therapy can help people gain the confidence necessary for initiating change.
(401) 312-4954
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Meghan Cavanaugh, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I have five years of experience working with children, adolescents and their families. I have worked with children in both outpatient and home-based settings, helping them to understand and manage their feelings and behaviors in healthy ways. I specialize in attention and behavioral disorders, mood disorders and life transitions. Working with kids both individually and with their families builds a supportive foundation for them and helps them succeed. I enjoy being a part of empowering children and adolescents to make healthy decisions and seeing the pride on their faces when they succeed.
(401) 309-0591
Providence, Rhode Island 02904
“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
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
Martha Powers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
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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
Bonnie A Kane, Psychologist  in Providence
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist with a holistic and client-centered approach. My private practice is located on the East Side of Providence. My specialties include Women's Issues, PTSD, ADHD, Depression and Mood Disorders, Anxiety, and Consciousness-raising. In addition I work with children, families (including parenting) and couples.
(774) 614-9979
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Mi Na Chung-Brcak, Psychologist  in Providence
“I believe that every individual enters psychotherapy with his or her own unique set of fingerprints, and that authentic change, healing, and transformation are different for everyone. Likewise, every individual exists within a broader cultural context - from family to society - that shapes and informs our identity and our experiences of being in the world.
(401) 257-6386
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Heidi M Monroe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I believe in the benefits of a therapeutic relationship and understand the courage it takes to initiate therapy and share your story. It is my professional goal to meet the individual needs of each of my clients by providing a safe, supportive, and empowering environment. Together we will focus on your strengths and create the change in your life that you are seeking. Whether you are in a place of transition or feeling stuck in pain from the past, there is hope and I believe we all can learn to live authentic and fulfilling lives.
(401) 536-9474
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Christine Pastore Rhodes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW
“Working with individuals in a cooperative atmosphere, I specialize in the treatment of issues related to trauma, substance abuse, mood disorders, eating disorders, addictions, and relationship issues. I work with my clients to enhance coping and communication skills across a wide variety of challenging areas in their lives. I have specialized training and expertise related to depression, trauma, substance abuse and anxiety symptoms. I work from a strength-based perspective, helping each client to identify every small success and build on those positives.
(401) 285-6254
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Kathleen Laroche, Counselor  in Providence
“My ideal client is an individual who is self aware and ready for change! Body awareness, breath work, cognitive reframing, and laughter are strong components in my private practice. The issues which I am best suited to treat are anxiety, anger management, sexual relationship concerns, and change of lifestyle issues, and communication challenges.
(401) 218-0960
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Andrew D. Ellison, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Providence
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I use a strength-based, family systems approach in helping individuals, couples, adolescents, and their families reduce relationship and family conflict, to improve communication and overall well-being. I work hard to develop positive relationships with my clients and empower them to achieve the changes they are looking for in their lives.
(401) 274-8777
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Judith Orodenker, Psychologist  in Providence
“I offer a gentle and supportive approach to therapy, one in which client and therapist work together to discover patterns that may be interfering with happiness and peace of mind. I provide a nurturing and non-judgmental environment in which my clients may explore themselves fully, gaining access to their inner guidance and allowing their heart to speak. We look at how shifts might be made so that change and transformation can be achieved, leading to health, wellbeing, and the actualization of one's goals.
(401) 288-1013
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
David Dove, Psychologist  in Providence
“I provide evidence-based psychological treatment for students age 14 and up, adults, and families. I specialize in concerns related to depression and anxiety disorders, family problems, adolescent mental health, high risk behaviors, stress and adjustment to life transitions.
(401) 400-0144
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LCSW, ACSW
“I have over 20 years of experience treating adults and couples in private practice. I work with the full multitude of problems and concerns that adults deal with including but not limited to, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, adjustment, stress and relationship issues. I am goal focused and supportive. I choose from a wide range of eclectic techniques that best suits each client and their concerns including cognitive behavioral therapy. I am looking forward to working with you.
(401) 229-6189
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Steven M. Kane, Pastoral Counselor  in Providence
“STOP!!! Before you make your decision about counseling or coaching, visit my website (www.counselorprovidence.com) and see what I can offer you. You'll also find helpful and encouraging information about my background, training, interests, and more. I provide services via telephone to people outside the greater Providence area. Currently my long-distance clients include people from Florida, Illinois, and California. Phone sessions really do work!
(401) 246-4248
Providence, Rhode Island 02909
Aurit Lazerus, Psychologist  in Providence
“Welcome! I offer appointments from 11am to 9pm. Whether you have a specific problem or want to feel generally better, therapy may bring relief and happiness. My approach is fundamentally collaborative. My goal is to enter your world and help you make sense of it. I'll work with you to make therapy engaging and soothing by creating a playful and sensitive environment. Though therapy can be challenging, it's also energizing and affirming. We'll incorporate your strengths into treatment. My clients say they look forward to sessions because they feel more understood, hopeful, balanced, self-aware, and empowered.
(401) 203-4564
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, week after week and year after year. 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
“Michael H Kane
(401) 237-4149
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Courtnay Meletta,   in Providence
“As an integrative psychotherapist my goal is to create the safest environment for you to share your challenges. Together we will work to uncover your greatest strengths and reveal important insights about your life so you can learn to accept parts of your self that have been hidden and consciously change the parts of self that are no longer working for you. Expect your relationships and your confidence to improve as you get to know yourself in a more intimate and loving way. Let's begin your journey in self-acceptance and self-love today!
(646) 490-0320
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
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