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Therapists in Providence

Kimberly L. Jackson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
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
Lynn A. Hess, Psychologist  in Providence
“For over 10 years, I have helped people through difficult life transitions and make positive changes in their lives. Psychotherapy can be an incredible experience that supports you during a hard time or helps you change a life-long pattern. As a client, the most important thing to look for is a relationship that feels like a good fit for you. I work with adults who are depressed, anxious, going through life transitions (perinatal, divorce, job loss), have difficult interpersonal relationships or struggle with substance abuse.
(401) 229-4395
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
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
Cameron Dickson, Psychologist  in Providence
“Life can take its toll on anybody. Perhaps you feel sad, angry, worried, or disappointed. A relationship or job or family life might not be going well. Maybe something unfortunate has happened in your life and you are seeking support and guidance. In any case, you are ready to start feeling better. I work with adults and adolescents who are struggling with depression, anxiety, relationship and intimacy problems, eating disorders, life transitions, and academic and professional difficulties. I also work with women experiencing postpartum blues and depression, as well as those facing the challenges of pregnancy, pregnancy loss, and parenting.
(401) 441-6984
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Communities for People Counseling and Wellness, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
“Communities for People Counseling and Wellness offers individual, couples, family, and group therapy for the child, adolescent, young adult, and adult populations. It includes creative alternatives to traditional talk therapy including Wellness Coaching, Therapeutic Drumming, and a Therapeutic Sports Program which serves youth ages 6-21. We are dedicated to providing effective, strengths-based counseling services to ensure the success of our clients.
(401) 519-4390
Providence, Rhode Island 02909
Sarah A Torrey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“My curiosity about people's lives, relationships, feelings and the way they create meaning is at the heart of my practice in psychotherapy. I am deeply interested in the complexities and possibilities of family life. As human beings, we all must negotiate daily the emotional landscapes of our families, past and present. I have been doing that with adults, children and families in various capacities for over twenty years.
(401) 287-2244
Providence, Rhode Island 02909
Sonia Gomes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, QMHP
“I have experience working with different populations including women and gay men facing life transitions, challenges and losses. These life transitions include chronic medical diagnosis, dual diagnosis of substance abuse and mental health, aging and physical changes. My passion includes helping address personal challenges including occupational, family and relationship concerns.
(401) 229-2170
Providence, Rhode Island 02909
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
Christine McAuliffe, Psychologist  in Providence
“As a clinical psychologist, my career has been focused on the needs of children, adolescents, young adults, and families utilizing a community-based, multi-systemic perspective. I have dedicated myself to helping my clients deal with a wide range of issues, including adjustment difficulties, divorce, developmental challenges, parenting skills, behavior issues, learning problems, anxiety, ADHD, depression, psychosis, foster care placements, child abuse, and trauma.
(401) 216-4156 x8
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Diane Petrella, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, CPCC
“Do you want to take your life to the next level? Do you want to learn an effortless way to solve your problems? Using a mind/body approach, I integrate psychology with spirituality. My ideal clients are individuals who want to access their inner wisdom and learn to trust their intuition to guide them. You will learn powerful tools of visualization, meditation and affirmations as well as the healing benefits of forgiveness and self-compassion so you can take charge of your life, release your current problems and create lasting, empowered change.
(401) 831-1341
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Bita Shooshani, Counselor  in Providence
“Thank you for visiting my site. I have been practicing since 1997, primarily serving multicultural communities, including LGBT communities in San Francisco, California and more recently in Providence, Rhode Island. I have a small private practice and am currently taking clients. My approach is client centered - I believe you inherently know what you need to address the problem at hand. My work as a therapist is to create a safe space for you to be able to access your inner wisdom. Knowing the causes of our suffering allows us to find a way towards mental health.
(401) 566-3641
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Amy M. D'Souza, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“"Working together to effect positive change" is my motto. With over 13 years of experience working with children, families and adults coping with loss, life transitions, and trauma in a community-based setting, I am skilled at treating anxiety; depression; behavioral issues; and developmental disorders.
(508) 318-6449
Providence, Rhode Island 02904
Tracy M Townsend, Psychologist  in Providence
“I provide a trusting and warm relationship in which clients can begin to explore and change the hurtful patterns that keep them from living to their fullest potential and happiness. Using an integrative approach, I work with my clients to understand the ways in which their personal histories, as well as societal influences, have informed and limited their lives and relationships (both with themselves and others). Perhaps most importantly, we begin to look at how to transform and grow in the here and now. I utilize a practical approach that includes mindfulness, self-compassion, and behavioral interventions within a psychodynamic framework.
(401) 632-4491
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Todd J Schmenk  in Providence
“The goal of my practice is helping individuals, couples and families regain a sense of balance and purpose in their lives. Drawing upon my experience in mental health counseling, health education and nutrition, I have found I have much to offer for those seeking assistance in dealing with situations which bring about anxiety and depression as well as dealing with the physical and emotional effects of living with a chronic health condition, either personally or a close relative. I do this through a combination of education, behavioral, emotional and cognitive approaches which are evidenced based and produce positive outcomes.
(401) 239-0493
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Jayna Klatzker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, ACSW
“Website: Jaynaklatzker.com. 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
Gabriele Chorney, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in Providence
Licensed Psychoanalyst, PsyaD
“Are you feeling desperate and alone, misunderstood or judged? Do you long for connection and love but somehow can't achieve it? Do anxieties keep you up during the night and worry consumes you all day? My training specializes in understanding unconscious conflicts and repetitive behavior that keeps you stuck. I have sixteen years of experience of working in the mental health field. Call me and we can arrange a time to meet. I offer flexible hours and a sliding fee scale. Talking is still the best medicine.
(508) 740-0444
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
Shawn Cooper, Psychologist  in Providence
“People seek therapy when things are not going well in some part of their lives -- feeling too anxious or sad, having trouble with a relationship or work, reacting to a recent issue or to something that has bothered them for a long time. I work with individuals and couples regarding the above sorts of problems. I listen very carefully to what each person has to say, and use cognitive and problem-solving approaches with occasional humor so each individual can feel safe, heard and understood to let us get to and deal with the root of their concerns.
(401) 237-4360
Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Jeffrey D Hughes, Psychologist  in Providence
“I combine development of coping strategies with deepening an understanding of one's self to help clients improve their overall quality of life. Discovering emotions, attitudes, and behavioral patterns of which a person was previously unaware can be a difficult undertaking, but the end reward is the freedom to truly make decisions for one's self.
(401) 354-1969
Providence, Rhode Island 02909
Sean Manchester, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Providence
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, M, Div
“We all get stuck sometimes. We can find ourselves caught in intense and confusing emotions, and aren't sure how to handle them. Although these feelings can be painful, the truth is that there are stories connected to them, and telling our stories, in time, can produce remarkable change. I offer a calm, supportive setting that allows you to be heard, share your feelings and experiences, and discover new options to live a happier, more balanced life.
(401) 285-1923
Providence, Rhode Island 02908
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