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Therapists in Madison

Diane G Perris, Counselor  in Madison
“I believe that people seek psychotherapy for a variety of reasons that can be summed up in one phrase: they feel STUCK. Whether they are struggling with mood, procrastination, addiction, or painful relationships, clients often describe their struggles in ways that seem to say, "Why does this keep happening?" I'm known for being a dynamic, engaged therapist who believes in active participation in your process. I'm comfortable with conflict and strong feelings, especially working with couples. This allows me to provide a "container" for the issues many people feel uncomfortable sharing with friends or family.
(608) 441-6725
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Amber Ault,   in Madison
“Finding a great partner or creating a healthy relationship in the absence of excellent role models can be confusing and complicated. I help people in relationships that are characterized by drama, confusion, and frustration identify the sources of these problems and move forward into happier times---whether together or independently. I help couples learn new skills that promote harmony and closeness, and help individuals recover from toxic relationships and move on to fulfilling ones. All of these processes can be liberating, empowering, and joyous. I use a number of tools to support you in arriving at that empowered place.
(608) 807-5983
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Sandra Eugster, Psychologist  in Madison
“Everyone's life is difficult at times. No one can avoid experiencing loss, stress, unhappiness, uncertainty, relationship or work problems. Sometimes it's hard to know when to ask for help. Seeking therapy does not mean there is something wrong with you. Many individuals get labeled with a mental illness because they are struggling with life issues, traumatic events or troubled families. I am less interested in finding a label for your distress or symptoms, and more interested in working with you to reach a better understanding of them, and to develop more successful coping techniques.
(608) 291-5144
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Amy L Rock, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW
“I provide behavior therapy treatment to children, teens or adults, who suffer with anxiety disorders. These include panic attacks, agoraphobia (fear of going out), simple fears (spiders, storms, etc.), and OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder, i.e., excessive hand washing, fear of germs, etc.).
(608) 351-2413
Madison, Wisconsin 53715
Jim Powell, Counselor  in Madison
“My philosophy holds that the therapeutic relationship is sacred and deserves the highest respect. In this relationship the mystery of each personís inner being unfolds. I honor the uniqueness and integrity of each individual I see. I view my role as a support and a guide while I join you at a very important juncture in your life. You deserve safety and trust. The objective part of therapy may involve psych-spiritual strategies/interventions that help integrate the insights of therapy. These approaches may include psychodynamic, cognitive, behavioral or spiritual interventions such as meditation and yoga.
(608) 561-2554 x3
Madison, Wisconsin 53703
Susan Hofer, Counselor  in Madison
“Difficulties are a part of being human. Yet, somehow, we often feel alone in the face of those difficulties. Whether struggling with individual troubles, relationship concerns or matters related to children or family, it can be hardest to talk to others when we need guidance the most. But no matter how daunting your situation, there are always possibilities. Therapy is a collaborative relationship that provides a safe place to discover new perspectives and tools to move you in the direction you want to go. It can help you discover the signs within already pointing you in the right direction.
(608) 519-4969 x4
Madison, Wisconsin 53713
Debbie L Rowley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, CAPSW
“With knowledge, compassion & respect for your unique life experiences I provide coaching & therapy services to clients experiencing a broad array of life challenges. Although I work with a variety of diagnoses, I have an expertise in Adult ADHD & I'm also committed to serving Madison's LGBTQ population. My therapeutic style is unique in that I assist clients in working diligently towards behavioral change in an action-oriented format that is both engaging & effective. I challenge my clients to explore & experiment with new behaviors & viewpoints & to develop successful tools that fit the lifestyle & personal needs of each individual, couple, & family.
(608) 509-9363
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Elizabeth Schreiber, Psychologist  in Madison
“Therapy provides an opportunity to gain greater insight into your feelings, thoughts and life patterns. Through this process, you can develop deeper self-understanding that leads to positive change and growth. I am a Psychologist and I am passionate about accompanying you on this journey. I will help you explore, understand, and ultimately work to change that which may be getting in the way of your well-being, life satisfaction, and relationships.
(608) 438-8807
Madison, Wisconsin 53703
Rita Hockers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a licensed psychotherapist who has been counseling individuals and couples for over 25 years. I work with compassion, non-judgement and respect. I utilize a variety of different modalities, including traditional talk therapy, cognitive/behavioral therapy, mindfulness meditation, art therapy, gestalt therapy and energy work. I use different approaches with different people, depending on their needs. My ideal clients are those who have anxiety, OCD or depression. I also enjoy working with couples who want to improve their communication skills and resolve conflicts easier.
(608) 256-5115 x2
Madison, Wisconsin 53703
Dawn Donner-Chambers, Counselor  in Madison
“My name is Dawn Donner-Chambers and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor. I have provided counseling to children and adolescents for over 20 years. I often use creative arts therapies in my work. These modalities utilize self expression and include art, play, music, writing, bibliotherapy and games in the context of therapy. My therapy offers a gentle and developmentally appropriate approach to helping young people of all ages heal.
(608) 729-4604
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Wendy Alettha, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Separation from and mistrust of our inner nature and of Nature all around leads to pervasive fear and a deep sense of loss (anxiety, depression, addiction,grief and shame) that we often don't understand and struggle to change. Healing from the effects of this Self alienation can feel very dangerous as you open up the dark, hidden places in your mind and heart. You do not have to do this alone. My commitment as your therapist is to be present and compassionate; supporting your curiosity and connection with the living energy of what you love and who you really are.
(608) 561-4753 x7
Madison, Wisconsin 53713
Linda Garrity, Psychologist  in Madison
“I am a Training/Supervising Psychoanalyst at the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis and a Clinical Psychologist. My psychoanalytic training enables me to help you uncover unconscious patterns that create self-defeating behaviors, relationship problems, anxiety and depression. Simultaneously we will work to foster the growth of vital but underdeveloped aspects of your personality. I strive to provide a warm, trusting atmosphere so you can feel safe to explore painful thoughts and feelings. My patients achieve lasting change because of their connection to me and the insights into the working of their mind that were revealed through our connection.
(608) 251-1111
Madison, Wisconsin 53703
Emily Barr Ruth, Psychologist  in Madison
“I work with a variety of clients, and I seek to create a personalized approach to meet each of their needs. I believe that my clients can experience profound and lasting change in their lives, and I empower them to implement that change. I work collaboratively with my clients to identify lasting solutions to problems so that they can have more satisfying lives.
(608) 371-6011
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Andrew P. Yake,   in Madison
“** Why me? ** Because I work to help you (1) Get unstuck, (2) Overcome pain and suffering, and (3) Maximize life satisfaction and enjoyment. My method is mindful and compassionate conversation about whatever matters to you most. Essentially, I work to help you forge reliable tools that allow you to move confidently and effectively toward your goals. Sometimes, I even help people sort out what their goals really are. Whatever your goals really are, if I can be helpful to you, then I will hope to have that privilege.
(412) 350-8814
Madison, Wisconsin 53726
Henry Steinberger, Psychologist  in Madison
“AA not your cup of tea? Come see me. With over 24 years of experience & my continuing love of science, I offer practical up-to-date evidence-based best practices along with warm understanding. I'm active-directive, not just reflective; I'm empathic and not confrontational. You'll feel understood & accepted. Discover, commit & ACT on your higher values. Let me show you how to overcome unnecessary suffering, get motivated, accept yourself unconditionally, act assertively without guilt, & change harmful addictive behaviors without (or with) 12-Steps spirituality. Cut down or quit; you choose. Call me & let's jump start your changes.
(608) 247-5199
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Lauren Cunningham, Psychologist  in Madison
“Human beings are delightfully resilient creatures. People may experience pain, yet be determined to work through and move beyond it. I feel privileged to witness such courage and determination in my clients. I will work collaboratively with you. The expert on you is you! I bring my training, experience, and knowledge of psychological principles and treatments as tools to help you meet your goals. Often a balanced approach is helpful, developing practical strategies as well as identifying underlying issues contributing to your present-day problems. Some clients prefer emphasizing one approach over another; I aim to be responsive to your needs.
(608) 492-1068
Madison, Wisconsin 53711
Circle of Stones Wellness, Counselor  in Madison
“I specialize in utilizing evidence-based cognitive strategies, motivational strategies, and mindfulness techniques to change thinking patterns, addictive habits, stress and pain reactions, and trauma symptoms related to anxiety and fear. These techniques have research and evidence behind them that prove they work. My training allows me to teach and use techniques to help clients actually change their brains and nervous systems for better mental and physical health. My techniques are less about talk therapy and more about creating actions and plans that work toward change and the creation of a happy, healthy life!
(608) 807-4638
Madison, Wisconsin 53715
Mary L Trainor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, ACSW, BCD, LCSW
“I recognize the power that socially sanctioned discrimination due to gender, race, class and sexual orientation have in adversely effecting people. I acknowledge the pain and suffering that can be caused by addictions and dysfunctional family dynamics. More powerful, I believe is the infinite resilience, wisdom and creativity of the human spirit. With over 25 years of counseling experience, my work involves helping you rediscover and trust your intuition, instincts and innate wisdom. I create a respectful, sacred space where you can safely explore your challenges, resolve immediate problems or heal from more repetitive dissatisfying life long patterns.
(608) 588-6948 x7
Madison, Wisconsin 53703
Nina Pernecke, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“What is possible for you in your life? Are you ready for peace? A hallmark of my work is the relative quickness of the process. Discover and sustain your unshakable, peaceful core, replacing self criticism, depression, anxiety, insecurity, trauma responses and their manifestations. For example, these may include a lack of focus, relationship issues, panic, anxiety, self esteem problems or boundary challenges. My gentle, nurturing, client-centered approach to your healing is to respectfully behold you, your experiences, how they affect you and to turn it around.
(608) 554-1079
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Amy Kucin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW
“Life can feel like a struggle, but it doesn't have to stay that way! We can work collaboratively to help you be happier, healthier and more connected to the world around you. Therapy provides a space to slow down, heal old wounds, learn skills to cope and gain a deeper sense of compassion and understanding. I work holistically, so I see mental health as a product of overall health and wellness. I use a variety of techniques to help you cope, find direction and bring your life back into balance.
(608) 276-9191 x205
Madison, Wisconsin 53711
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